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Brad Pitt's daughter Shiloh's early gender struggles and desire to live as a boy unearthed
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's daughter Shiloh insisted on being called John, asked for a cropped haircut and boy's clothes and, according to the family, identified as "one of the boys".Shiloh was the couple's first biological child - and fortunately both parents were accepting of her desire to live "like a little dude", although Brad claimed that some people might find it "obnoxious".Brad, 58, whose film Bullet Train premiered last week, was almost in tears on the red carpet at one of his Los Angeles promotional events, while talking about how proud he was of Shiloh's progression.He was instantly accepting of the desire she once had to self-identify as a different gender, as unearthed footage reveals.In a 2008 interview with US talk show host Oprah Winfrey, Brad explained: "She only wants to be called John."He added fondly: "Then I’ll say, ‘John, would you like some orange juice?’, and she goes, ‘No!’"It’s just that kind of stuff that’s cute to parents and it’s probably really obnoxious to other people," he joked.He added that Shiloh also enjoyed being referred to as "Peter" due to her penchant for the film Peter Pan.Shiloh's alternative gender first emerged when she was just three years old.However she is believed to currently still use the pronouns "she" and "her", as that is the way Brad and Angelina refer to her in their interviews.Angelina, 47, told the Daily Mail: "I don’t think it’s for the world to interpret anything."She likes to dress like a boy and wants her hair cut like a boy and she wanted to be called John for a while."The Maleficent star reasoned: "Some kids wear capes and want to be Superman and she wants to be like her brothers.
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Princess Charlotte Makes Adorable Appearance at 2022 Commonwealth Games With Kate Middleton and Prince William
Princess Charlotte is already getting into the swing of her royal duties.Kate Middleton and Prince William's only daughter made a surprise appearance at the 2022 Commonwealth Games on Tuesday alongside her royal parents, marking the first time she has joined them for a public engagement without either of her two brothers. Sporting a striped black-and-white dress with a Peter Pan collar, the youngster was hard to miss sitting with her parents in the stands of the Sandwell Aquatics Centre for the swimming competition. The princess seemingly enjoyed her day out as she was photographed smiling with her mom, reacting to the competition and giving her dad an enthusiastic thumbs up. Some very special guests are in attendance today. A warm welcome to Birmingham, @KensingtonRoyal! addition to the swimming, Charlotte also joined her parents for a visit to SportsAid House, for which the Duchess of Cambridge serves as patron. The pint-sized royal shook hands with SportsAid CEO Tim Lawler and sat in a meeting with athletes at the house.  While Charlotte and her siblings don't typically join their parents for daily public engagements, the older two did make appearances at Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee events in June and for the Service of Thanksgiving held in March in honor of their late great-grandfather, Prince Philip. Just days ago, she joined her dad in a video message shared on social media for England's women's national football team, the Lionesses.
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‘tick, tick…BOOM’ Review: Monumental Immersion
tick, tick…BOOM! (★★★★☆), the brilliant, semi-autobiographical, nineties rock musical the composer debuted as a self-performed monologue around the time he started working on RENT.Licking his wounds following the failure to launch Superbia, the musical he hoped would be his masterpiece, Larson bared his longing, self-doubt, ambition, and anger in a boldly firsthand account of an ambitious composer hellbent on mounting his masterpiece Superbia before he turns 30.In the show, reworked from Larson’s original monologue into a stage musical for a three-person cast, the clock is ticking for Jon, who’s prepping for a Superbia workshop performance that could change his life. Or, it could augur the end of his theater composing career before it’s truly begun.As he sings in the show’s opening number “30/90,” the clock is ticking for every Peter Pan and Tinker Bell, time inexorably racing ahead of their dreams, faster than they can keep up with bills and obligations.Fearing failure, and, whether motivated by a sense of his own mortality or just propelled by ego, Jon’s drive to create something great, and taste the spoils of his labor, feels especially urgent in Christian Montgomery’s impassioned performance.Urgency might be a calling card for four-time Helen Hayes Award nominee Montgomery, who’s distinguished himself on D.C.