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Kristin Cavallari Reveals the Plastic Surgery Procedures She's Had Done - www.justjared.com - Nashville
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19.06.2024 / 19:55

Kristin Cavallari Reveals the Plastic Surgery Procedures She's Had Done

Kristin Cavallari is clarifying what plastic surgery procedures she’s had done.

'This new £12 balm is the perfect alternative to cult-favourite £36 Jones Road blusher' - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
19.06.2024 / 17:15

'This new £12 balm is the perfect alternative to cult-favourite £36 Jones Road blusher'

I'm not usually one for blushers, but I recently tried Jones Road Miracle Balm for the first time, and it was love at first swipe.The dewy balm mixed with the perfect subtle pink (I use the shade Dusty Rose) instantly lifts my complexion, making me look more awake and healthy, especially after a late night or one too many glasses of vino. So, when I noticed that Glow Hub, a brand best known for its TikTok-famous Scar Slayer Serum, had released something strikingly similar to Miracle Balm but for a fraction of the price, I just had to give it a go.

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ EP Tom Campbell On Keeping The Series Fresh & Creating A Safe Platform For Queer Performers - deadline.com
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18.06.2024 / 19:15

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ EP Tom Campbell On Keeping The Series Fresh & Creating A Safe Platform For Queer Performers

16 years ago, executive producer Tom Campbell remembers when almost no one would take a chance on a reality drag competition series. Now, RuPaul’s Drag Race has received 63 Emmy nominations, with 29 wins, and has just wrapped their highest rated season in the last four years. “Every award we get, or anytime we get to talk about the show,” says Campbell, “I just think it reinforces that hopefully there’ll be one more year of RuPaul’s Drag Race and telling those important queer stories that rarely, if ever, get told.”

Variety Artisans: Behind the Seams: How ‘The Gilded Age’ Costume Designer Kasia Walicka-Maimone Crafted the Old vs. New Money Styles of 1880s New York - variety.com - New York - New York - county Jack - county Dunn
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17.06.2024 / 20:03

Variety Artisans: Behind the Seams: How ‘The Gilded Age’ Costume Designer Kasia Walicka-Maimone Crafted the Old vs. New Money Styles of 1880s New York

Jack Dunn For costume designer Kasia Walicka-Maimone, working on “The Gilded Age” was a “fantastic” history lesson on the beginnings of contemporary fashion. As she researched the styles of late 19th-century New York through paintings and photographs, she deeply appreciated the complex colors and modern design trends that defined high society during the 1880s. “A lot of the times, I’m being asked if I modernized it too much.

Who was killed in ‘House Of The Dragon’ season two episode one? - www.nme.com - Britain - USA
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17.06.2024 / 07:33

Who was killed in ‘House Of The Dragon’ season two episode one?

Game of Thrones prequel series House of the Dragon is up and running – but what happened to Jaehaerys and Jaehaera in last night’s big premiere?The first episode of season two aired on HBO in the US on June 17, with UK viewers able to watch concurrently via Sky Atlantic and streaming service NOW.Last month, a trailer for the second season was released, which built upon the tension that highlighted season one’s end, when Alicent (Olivia Cooke) and Otto Hightower (Rhys Ifans) conspired to put Alicent’s son Aegon II (Tom Glynn-Carney) on the throne after King Viserys (Paddy Considine) snuffed it.Viserys had originally designated daughter Rhaenyra Targaryen (Emma D’Arcy) as his heir – but a death-bed change-of-mind (conveniently only heard by Alicent) changed all that. Cue a Targaryen civil war, otherwise known as the ‘Dance Of The Dragons’ by readers of George R.R.

Watch ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Stars Perform ‘Power’ at a Library During Emmy FYC Event - variety.com - Texas - Florida - state Massachusets - Montana - Tennessee
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17.06.2024 / 01:35

Watch ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Stars Perform ‘Power’ at a Library During Emmy FYC Event

Marc Malkin Senior Editor, Culture and Events “RuPaul’s Drag Race” powers on — literally. Season 16 stars Dawn, Mhi’Ya Iman Le’Paige, Morphine, Q, Plane Jane, Sapphira Cristál and winner Nymphia Wind performed the original song “Power” from the “Werq the World” episode at Monday’s Emmy FYC event at the Culver City Library. And only “Just for Variety” has the exclusive premiere of the performance.

‘House Of The Dragon’ star Fabien Frankel auditioned for George Harrison role in Beatles biopics - www.nme.com - county Harris - county Harrison - George - city Dickinson, county Harris
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14.06.2024 / 11:47

‘House Of The Dragon’ star Fabien Frankel auditioned for George Harrison role in Beatles biopics

House Of The Dragon star Fabien Frankel has revealed that he auditioned for the role of George Harrison in one of Sam Mendes’ upcoming Beatles biopics.Announced back in February, the four biographical films will each be told from the perspective of a different Beatles group member, and will intersect to “tell the story of the greatest band in history.”Previously, it was reported that Paul Mescal will portray Paul McCartney, Harris Dickinson will play John Lennon, Barry Keoghan will be Ringo Starr and Charlie Rowe will star as George Harrison. At the time of writing, these rumours have not been confirmed nor denied by Sony, which will be distributing Mendes’ films.Now, in an exclusive interview with NME, Frankel has revealed that he auditioned for the role of Harrison, but didn’t land the part.“I read to play George,” he said.

‘We’re Here’ Creators Stephen Warren & Johnnie Ingram and Showrunner Peter LoGreco On Expanding The Family For A “Diversity Of Stories” & “The Love That Drag Can Bring” - deadline.com - Oklahoma - Tennessee
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11.06.2024 / 18:25

‘We’re Here’ Creators Stephen Warren & Johnnie Ingram and Showrunner Peter LoGreco On Expanding The Family For A “Diversity Of Stories” & “The Love That Drag Can Bring”

Since Stephen Warren and Johnnie Ingram created the series in 2020, along with the help of showrunner Peter LoGreco, We’re Here has won four Emmys and shined a light on the drag and LGBTQ communities in small towns around the U.S. With today’s political climate, especially in smaller conservative areas where Pride events are being cancelled and hate is being directed towards the drag community, the trio decided that a format change was necessary for the fourth season to really get their message across: “There’s definitely a lot more love out there than hate.”

'The Morning Show' Season 4 Casting for Jennifer Aniston's Dad, 1 Famed Actor Turned Down the Role - www.justjared.com
justjared.com
11.06.2024 / 17:19

'The Morning Show' Season 4 Casting for Jennifer Aniston's Dad, 1 Famed Actor Turned Down the Role

A new character is being added for The Morning Show season four on Apple TV+ in what’s said to be a six episode arc!

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Raises $2 Million for ACLU Drag Defense Fund (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Texas - Florida - state Massachusets - Montana - Tennessee
variety.com
10.06.2024 / 21:17

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Raises $2 Million for ACLU Drag Defense Fund (EXCLUSIVE)

Marc Malkin Senior Editor, Culture and Events “RuPaul’s Drag Race” has $2 million for the ACLU’s Drag Defense Fund in the 14 months since the initiative was launched. Formed in April 2023 in partnership with World of Wonder, MTV and “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” the Drag Defense Fund defends constitutional rights and creative expression in the LGBTQ community at a moment when they are under attack and have become a rallying cry for many GOP political leaders and activists.

‘Top Chef’s New Host Kristen Kish On Stepping Into A New Role In The Kitchen, With Familiar Responsibilities: “I’ve Done All This Stuff Before” - deadline.com
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10.06.2024 / 16:03

‘Top Chef’s New Host Kristen Kish On Stepping Into A New Role In The Kitchen, With Familiar Responsibilities: “I’ve Done All This Stuff Before”

She may be new to hosting Top Chef, but this experience isn’t that new for Kristen Kish. As the winner of Season 10, Kish was chosen to host when Padma Lakshmi announced her departure from the series after almost two decades. Though the task seemed daunting at first, Kish quickly realized it wasn’t that different from being a chef. “Within the first few days, I was realizing that it was so much more similar than different,” she says. “You address chefs in your restaurant all the time, and you talk about food all the time. You give facts, you hold people accountable, you answer questions, you have conversations with people in the industry… I’ve done all this stuff before.”

The fight to stop fly-tipping in one Greater Manchester town - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - city Great Manchester
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
10.06.2024 / 13:09

The fight to stop fly-tipping in one Greater Manchester town

A new campaign to crackdown on people fly-tipping household and commercial waste has been launched by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and Trafford council. Town hall chiefs say illegally dumping rubbish costs the council tens of thousands of pounds to clean up and leaves neighbourhoods looking a mess.

Demi Moore Reflects on the Evolution of Ageism for Women in Hollywood: ‘There Was Shame Attached to Being Sexual’ - variety.com - Hollywood
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07.06.2024 / 21:19

Demi Moore Reflects on the Evolution of Ageism for Women in Hollywood: ‘There Was Shame Attached to Being Sexual’

Emily Longeretta In the ’70s, socialite Ann Woodward lived an afflicted life. That’s one of the first things Demi Moore learned about the former showgirl and model when tasked with portraying her for FX’s “Feud: Capote vs. the Swans.” Creator Ryan Murphy had called with the offer and before Moore read anything, she told him, “Whatever it is, I’ll do it.” And she never looked back.

Hollywood may be worried about AI, but the Tribeca Festival is ready to embrace the future - nypost.com
nypost.com
06.06.2024 / 10:23

Hollywood may be worried about AI, but the Tribeca Festival is ready to embrace the future

annual Tribeca Festival, which opened Wednesday night and runs through June 16, will look a little different this year.For the first time, Tribeca will give awards to short films generated by artificial intelligence. It’s one of the entertainment industry’s first public embraces of the new technology, which many actors and writers fear will render them obsolete.

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