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Strictly's Jayde Adams 'working out who I am' with 'cheeky snogs from girls and boys'
Jayde Adams, 37, and her pro dance partner Karen Hauer, 40, were eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing last weekend, as the competition heated up. However award-winning comedian Jayde says her journey isn't over yet, as she clarified in a new interview that her journey of self-exploration is just beginning."I’m absolutely having the best time of my life working out who I am and having cheeky snogs with girls, boys, non-binary people, people who are trans," she revealed candidly to lesbian culture magazine Diva.Jayde has been praised for her representation of the LGBTQ+ community - and also for size representation, as a curvier woman.She also defiantly gave Diva her point of view on body positivity, insisting: "If Brian from Kent doesn’t like my thighs, I’m fine about that because I’ve got an Amazon Prime special and my thighs got me here!"Jayde has been married for the past 15 years to her husband Clayton Wright.He is an event director and creative producer who specifically specialises in LGBTQ+ events, so the pair's interests are well matched.Clayton, who lives with Jayde in Bristol, is also the proud founder of the Body Movements festival.The pair met in one of the most unusual locations possible - an inflatable church - and they quickly found love.They are now in the middle of renovating a Victorian terrace house, which they hope will become their long-term home.When Jayde celebrated the pair's 14th wedding anniversary, she was gushing in her praise for him.Addressing the post to "my husband", she wrote: "From being vicars, to funerals for sisters, from introducing me to all the best people I’ve met to feeding me this ragu.
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Lizzo slips into red Adidas x Gucci ensemble... and gifts her mom with posh bag for her birthday
Lizzo has been known to splurge on some the newest fashions for herself, as well as on family and friends.And on Sunday the musician and rapper took to her Instagram page to share a series of photos of her more recent purchases, although at times she has enjoyed the perks of being a star and has gotten things for free.First up, the Cuz I Love You star struck a number of poses, both solo and with beau Myke Wright, in a new ensemble from the Adidas x Gucci collaboration collection.She would then direct her spending power on her mother and gift her with a new Gucci bag for her birthday, which she documented in a second series of snaps she took while celebrating with Wright and her family. Fashionista: Lizzo (born Melissa Viviane Jefferson), 34, showed off her love of Gucci and struck a few poses in a red ensemble from the Adidas x Gucci collaboration Lizzo (born Melissa Viviane Jefferson), 34, can be seen seated dressed in a red Adidas x Gucci ensemble that consisted of a miniskirt and cropped top in three of the five picturesThe outfit had an old school, retro look to it, which is the theme of the new collaboration, which got its launch during Alessandro Michele's show in Milan last September, according to Vogue.    'We Gucci,' she declared in the caption of the posts that featured the boisterous star with her raven tresses pulled back off her face, with the use of a head scarf.It only takes a glance to be able to recognize some of the familiar designs that each brand has been known for in yesteryears.
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Robin Wright, 56, shows off her fit physique and toned legs as she steps out in Los Angeles
Robin Wright kept her look casual and cool as she stepped out into the California heat to run a few errands earlier on Tuesday. The Forrest Gump actress, 56, opted for comfort and donned a pair of leggings and a loose-fitting tank top in Los Angeles. The talented star has been working through a busy schedule, and recently stepped behind the camera to direct an episode in the upcoming Hulu series, Tell Me Lies.  Running errands: Robin Wright, 56, was spotted out and about in Los Angeles on Tuesday without her wedding ring The Princess Bride star kept her look simple and casual, wearing a black tank top which she tucked into the waistband of her forest green leggings.  The Golden Globe winner slipped into a pair of lime green and black sneakers for her afternoon outing. Robin chose to not carry a large purse or handbag, and instead was seen balancing her car keys and coffee in her hand.   Casual style: The Forrest Gump actress opted for comfort, and donned a pair of stylish leggings and a black tank top The House Of Cards alum was seen carrying a large paper bag full of scrumptious treats for her lunch. Her blonde hair was parted in the middle and pulled back into a chic bun to keep her hair from falling into her face. To protect her eyes from the sun, Robin threw on a pair of round-shaped sunglasses to complete her overall ensemble for her daytime outing. The talented actress added a dainty gold necklace and matching gold bracelets, but her wedding band was missing.   Missing wedding ring: During her outing in Los Angeles, the award-winning actress was seen not wearing her wedding band Robin tied the knot with Saint Laurent fashion executive, Clement, four years earlier in 2018. The two were first seen publicly together
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“American Prophet” Review: Prophets and Losses
American Prophet: Frederick Douglass in His Own Words (★★★☆☆), in its world-premiere production at Arena Stage, wisely draw directly from the source for their expansive, though not exhaustive, biography of the great abolitionist, author, publisher, statesman, escaped slave, and public speaker.The bulk of Douglass’ lines and lyrics in the show are words that the man either spoke or wrote, interpreted and interpolated fluidly by book writers Charles Randolph-Wright and Marcus Hummon.Randolph-Wright also directs, while Grammy-winner Hummon composed music and lyrics for the score, which floats between R&B, pop, and gospel influences, but stays too comfortably within theater conventions.The music doesn’t start down the most adventurous path. Opening with Douglass plaintively singing “What Does Freedom Look Like?” feels way too obvious.The follow-up number, “Going to the Great House,” turns out to be a sharply satirical subversion of happy-dancing-slave tropes, but then shifts into a sober — and, again, very on-the-nose — “Wade in the Water,” complete with choreography reminiscent of Alvin Ailey’s “Revelations.”Fortunately, the show goes bolder in its characterization of Frederick Douglass.