“He has hyperthyroidism that he’s been dealing with for almost 10 years,” Steven Chasman told the Washington Post Monday. “It’s nothing life-threatening and he’s dealing with it.”
In a snap taken of Li with a fan in Tibet that surfaced Saturday, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the martial art star smiles for the camera but looks weak. The man he poses with uses
Before even stepping foot on set, a mutual friend had already told Busy that she was going to become best friends with Michelle. "We were already set up to fall in love," she joked. And when they actually met in person, that's exactly what happened. "Michelle is kind of an easy person to fall in love with, and
While it's hard to know what the "Sorry Not Sorry" singer was actually thinking during that moment, the two certainly have a complicated history. Not only did Demi diss Taylor's infamous squad during an interview with Glamour, but she also called out Taylor for being silent on social media following Kesha's Dr. Luke trial verdict in 2016. While Taylor eventually donated $250,000 to Kesha for legal fees, Demi seemed less than impressed, tweeting, "Take something to Capitol Hill or actually speak out about
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THR reports that the film is "described as an ensemble pic," but Kelly's rise through the ranks, accusations of sexual misconduct, and refusal to come out in support of Ailes will likely factor into the story in a major way, especially since Theron seems to be highly involved at the get-go. In fact, as an added bonus, Theron is producing the project as well! While no
Back in March, it was announced that the Obamas were in the late stages of talks to produce a collection of original series for Netflix, although the deal still wasn't final. Obviously, this would be the first time a president signed on for something like this, since most post-White House politicians opt to pen memoirs. It seems both Barack and Michelle are interested in bringing unscripted inspirational stories to the global streamer, which would line up with their fierce dedication to philanthropy and activism.
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To be fair, Harry did admit nerves were running high during the ceremony. So, was royal protocol - which says Meghan has to curtsy to the queen - really broken? Not so fast. As another eagle-eyed viewer watching at home pointed out, the effects of TV editing are to blame for the confusion. "Here is the bow/curtsy, which you can barely see because some genius decided on a wide shot," the user tweeted along with a video to prove it.
If you're reading this, hopefully you've basked in the glory that is Deadpool 2. The antihero's second go-round is certainly jam-packed with hilarious jokes, a whole flood of wild cameos (including one from Brad Pitt himself), and a pretty stellar soundtrack to boot. But we have a bone to pick with the latest R-rated superhero film, and it has everything to do with that postcredits scene. Turns out, it's actually a pretty big deal.
Before we get into the nitty-gritty, let's all go through a light recap together. Basically, Josh Brolin's Cable saves the day by using the remaining juice in his time-traveling gadget to save Deadpool. Now, he's stuck in the past. Which, like, Ok. Sure. By the time the credits roll, Deadpool has handed the device off to Negasonic Teenage Warhead and her girlfriend,
Starz's time-traveling historical romance is set to return later this year and will presumably follow the story in Diana Gabaldon's fourth book, Drums of Autumn. The new episodes will see everyone's favorite reunited couple making a new life in North Carolina, and their story will take a number of exciting new twists and turns. First and foremost is the introduction of a wily new villain, Stephen Bonnet. When they're not dealing with him, however,
- Billboard Music Awards (@BBMAs) May 21, 2018
When Kelly Clarkson stepped on the Billboard Music Awards stage to fulfill her hosting duties, she didn't try to hide her emotions. Instead, the superstar singer started things off with a very emotional plea for gun control. As she attempted not to cry, the Texas native revealed she was asked to orchestrate a moment of silence after the tragic Santa Fe school shooting on May 18, which left at least eight dead and a dozen hospitalized. Kelly decided to ask for a "moment of action" instead.
"I'm so sick of moments of silence - it's not working," she said. "You should be able to live your life without that kind of fear . . . we're failing our children and failing our communities." Watch her poignant moment above.
In a sneak peek below, director Andy Serkis - who knows his way around a CGI-heavy film thanks to his work in the Planet of the Apes and Lord of the Rings franchises - walks us through the story and the cast, which is led by young newcomer Rohan Chand and also includes voice work from Benedict Cumberbatch, Christian Bale, and Cate Blanchett. Be sure to check out the official trailer above before the film hits theaters on Oct. 19.
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- Billboard Music Awards (@BBMAs) May 21, 2018
Janet Jackson brought her A-game to the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night, where she performed a medley of her hits "Nasty," "It," and "Throb." After rocking the stage, the 52-year-old superstar received the Icon Award and made an outstanding, passionate speech, which alluded to her support of the #MeToo and Time's Up movements.
"I believe that for all of our challenges, we live at a glorious moment for history. It's a moment when at long last, women have made it clear that we will no longer be controlled, manipulated, or abused," she told the cheering audience. "I stand with those women and with those men equally outraged by discrimination who support us in heart and mind."
Of course, that wasn't all Jackson had to say.
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