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Gabrielle Union and Dwayne Wade lead stars at the Broadway opening of Ain't No Mo'
Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade made a stylish pair at the Broadway opening of Ain't No Mo at Belasco Theatre on Thursday.The actress - who recently celebrated her 50th birthday - dazzled in a shimmery black gown, which she paired with pointed-toe heels and sparkling silver earrings.Meanwhile her husband, 40, looked dapper in a tweed brown jacket over a grey turtleneck and burgundy pants. Scroll down for video  Stylish pair: Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade made a stylish pair at the Broadway opening of Ain't No Mo at Belasco Theatre on ThursdayGabrielle wore a pair of black pants underneath the dress, and styled her black tresses in a halfway ponytail, with her bangs slicked down her forehead. As for glam, the beauty rocked dramatic eyelashes, a hint of blush and gloss on her pout.Dwyane paired his look with stud earrings and sported a neatly-groomed beard.   Shimmery: The actress, 50, dazzled in a shimmery black gown, which she paired with pointed-toe heels and sparkling silver earrings Dapper: Meanwhile her husband, 40, looked dapper in a tweed brown jacket over a grey turtleneck and burgundy pants Fashionista: Gabrielle wore a pair of chic black pants underneath her evening dress The stylish pair were seen arriving to the event hand-in-hand, with Dwayne rocking a long black coat. Oprah Winfrey's best friend Gayle King, 67, was also in attendance.
Jimmy Fallon - Gayle King - Drew Barrymore - My Mom Died - Drew Barrymore admits to difficulties with revealing childhood trauma - hellomagazine.com
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Drew Barrymore admits to difficulties with revealing childhood trauma
Drew Barrymore doesn't often need help opening up about her past or being candid about her life, but a recent interview on The Drew Barrymore Show made her see her approach entirely different.MORE: Drew Barrymore celebrates her daughter's birthday with an adorable photo you can't missThe actress sat down with Jennette McCurdy, former Nickelodeon star and author of the instantly viral book I'm Glad My Mom Died, and the two discussed having difficult, and often abusive, relationships with their moms.The two could instantly relate to one another having been raised in the spotlight, and though the iCarly actress is nearly two decades younger than the host, Drew was keen on getting advice from her about opening up about having faced parental abuse.WATCH: Drew Barrymore stuns with filter-free appearance inside quirky homeMORE: Drew Barrymore steps out with Jimmy Fallon and Gayle King for celebratory nightJennette's mom passed away nearly ten years before she wrote a book about their traumatic relationship, and speaking of her bold book title, the host asked her: "Do I have to wait to tell all my truths? I don't know if I can do it because certain people are alive?"She had a simple yet blunt response, replying with: "If saying the truth ends a relationship then it's probably a relationship that needed to end."As they continued to have their deep and frank conversation, Drew was not shy about admitting she was hoping to get advice from her guest, telling her: "I relate to your journey so much, I feel like I have a lot to learn from you."The candid conversation was insightful for bothThe Charlie's Angels lead has previously opened up about her difficult childhood, and she had a very public emancipation from her mother, Jaid
Elizabeth Queenelizabeth - Kate Middleton - Kevin Frazier - princess Charlotte - William Middleton - Elizabeth Ii II (Ii) - old prince Louis - Gayle King - Ii Queenelizabeth - prince George - Queen Elizabeth Ii - Princess Charlotte Kept Brother Prince George 'in Line' During Queen Elizabeth's Funeral (Exclusive) - etonline.com - Charlotte
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Princess Charlotte Kept Brother Prince George 'in Line' During Queen Elizabeth's Funeral (Exclusive)
Prince William and Kate Middleton, Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7, who paid tribute to their great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, alongside their parents during her funeral at Westminster Abbey on Monday.Charlotte was seen wearing a horseshoe brooch in a touching tribute to her late great-grandmother, who loved horses. A source tells ET that the brooch was a gift from the queen. George was dressed in a navy blue suit as he joined his sister and other members of the royal family. Missing from the occasion was William and Kate's youngest son, 4-year-old Prince Louis. ET's Kevin Frazier spoke with Gayle King, who revealed that she was told the royal duo wanted to be part of the day's ceremonies, despite the heaviness of the day. «I'm told that there was a conversation with [their] mom and dad about [whether] they [were] up for it,» she shared, adding that William and Kate «put it out» to the children to make their own decision. «We just learned about the decision this morning that they were gonna participate.»King said that from her perspective, the pair's presence seemed to be «setting a scene.» «The queen [was] never expected to be queen, she became second in line for the throne when she was just 10... she never thought she would actually be queen, she thought her father would serve out.
Kevin Hart - Will Smith - Jada Pinkett - Jada Pinkett Smith - Chris Rock - Gayle King - Dave Chapelle - Chris Rock finally speaks out about Will Smith Oscars slap - hellomagazine.com - USA - county Garden - New York, county Garden
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Chris Rock finally speaks out about Will Smith Oscars slap
Will Smith, Chris Rock has addressed the incident. The star was performing at Madison Square Gardens in New York when he made an unsubtle comment regarding the altercation which happened in March after Chris joked about Jada Pinkett-Smith's hair loss. MORE: Will Smith and Jada Pinkett's summer plans - all we know Chris was on stage alongside Kevin Hart and Dave Chapelle when he said: "Anyone who says words hurt has never been punched in the face," according to ET Online.WATCH: Will Smith assaults Chris Rock at the OscarsChris elaborated during his set the following day at when during a segment about overly senstive people, US Weekly reported that he said: “I’m not a victim."The statement comes days after Kevin - who is friends with both Will and Chris - spoke to Entertainment Tonight and said: "Will is apologetic, you know, he's in a better space, of course, than what he was after."People are human and as humans sometimes we make mistakes. So it's not about talking about the past, it's about acknowledging the present and doing your best to move forward."MORE: Chris Rock makes huge career announcement after Will Smith Oscars altercationMORE: Will Smith features in video as son Jaden celebrates his birthday Kevin continued: "I can only hope that the two of them find a way to find some solace in that and move past it … I still love him, I still love Chris, and, you know, you can’t judge a person by one thing.
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