Sophia Culpo and her NFL player beau Braxton Berrios have split up.
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Citing his religious beliefs, San Jose Sharks goalie James Reimer has declined to participate in pregame activities on Saturday night that would require him to wear a promotional “Pride” themed jersey.
Reimer issued a statement that said he “always strived to treat everyone with respect” and that members of the LGBTQ community should be welcome in hockey.
“In this specific instance, I am choosing not to endorse something that is counter to my personal convictions, which are based on the Bible, the highest authority in life,” Reimer said.
The goalie is the second NHL player to refuse wearing Pride gear. Philadelphia’s Ivan Provorov made a similar decline in January. The New York Rangers also opted not to wear Pride jerseys or use Pride stick tape as part of their night in January, despite previously advertising that plan.
The Sharks said in a statement that they are proud to host Pride Night, saying the event reinforces the team’s commitment to inclusiveness.
“As we promote these standards, we also acknowledge and accept the rights of individuals to express themselves, including how or whether they choose to express their beliefs, regardless of the cause or topic,” the team said in a statement. “As an organization, we will not waver in our support of the LGBTQIA+ community and continue to encourage others to engage in active allyship.”
Associated Press contributed to this report.
Sophia Culpo and her NFL player beau Braxton Berrios have split up.
The Chicago Blackhawks organization has decided that the team will not wear Pride warmup jerseys before Sunday’s Pride Night home game against the Vancouver Canucks.
announced in Monday’s New York Post that he will wed former San Francisco police chaplain Ann Lesley Smith, 66, in a ceremony later this summer. The news comes less than a year after the media mogul’s high-profile divorce from Jerry Hall in June 2022; Smith will become his fifth wife – and per an interview with the Post, Murdoch says “my last.”“We’re both looking forward to spending the second half of our lives together,” he said.
Sammi «Sweetheart» Giancola anointed herself as «the sweetest b**ch you'll ever meet» when she appeared as an original cast member of the hit MTV series. In the years since that show went off the air in 2012 after six successful seasons, Sammi has earned other sweet monikers, from sweetest fiancée to sweetest entrepreneur.When the sequel was announced, Sammi was the only OG cast member who decided not to accept the vacay, citing she was «at a completely different place in my life right now.» On March 11, Sammi announced she was back and though it's unclear if she’s back in a full-time capacity, she’s set to appear in the current season of Family Vacation, which returned with season 6 at the end of January and has aired seven episodes so far.With her return imminent, ET takes a look at what Sammi's been up to since leaving Jersey Shore.A post shared by Sweetheart Styles (@swtheartstyles)The entrepreneurial bug bites her in 2013 and she launches Sweetheart Styles.
Sammi “Sweetheart” Giancola chose to come back to Jersey Shore after years away from the reality TV public eye for one reason: the timing was right.
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Sweet Tooth” will premiere on April 27 and released first-look images of the Emmy-winning show. Season 2 will illustrate the Last Men holding Gus and the other hybrids captive. Gus has to find his strength in order to save his friends and discover the secrets of the Great Crumble. The show is based on Jeff Lemire’s DC comic book series. The series features Christian Convery, Nonso Anozie, Adeel Akhtar, Stefania LaVie Owen, Dania Ramirez, Aliza Vellani, Naledi Murray, Neil Sandilands, Marlon Williams, Christopher Sean Cooper Jr. and Yonas Kibreab as well as narrator James Brolin.
Sammi ‘Sweetheart’ Giancola is heading back to Jersey Shore.
Guess who is heading back to the Jersey Shore? None other than Sammi “Sweetheart” Giancola!
Sammi «Sweetheart» Giancola is officially returning to the franchise with an appearance on the spinoff series,. Both the reality star and the series revealed the news on Instagram, posting behind-the-scenes photos of her taping confessionals. «She’s still the sweetest b**ch you’ll ever meet,» the official account wrote, while Giancola posted her own photo with the caption, «OK I can finally say… I’m backkk!»While it's unclear if she's back in a full-time capacity, Giancola is set to appear in the current season of, which returned with season 6 at the end of January and has aired seven episodes so far. A post shared by Samantha “Sammi Sweetheart" (@sammisweetheart)Giancola, meanwhile, was one of the original cast members of and appeared on the MTV breakout reality series for six seasons from December 2009 to December 2012.
A Jersey reunion! Sammi “Sweetheart” Giancola will join her former costars on the upcoming season of Jersey Shore: Family Vacation, Us Weekly can confirm.
It looks like a familiar face will be back on Jersey Shore: Family Vacation!
Kate Aurthur editor SPOILER ALERT: This story contains spoilers from Season 4 of “You,” now streaming on Netflix. “You” can go home again: At the conclusion of Season 4 of the Netflix thriller, Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) is back in New York City, alongside his billionaire girlfriend Kate (Charlotte Ritchie) — sitting on top of the world. He nearly died by suicide earlier in the episode, in some warped attempt at redemption. But by the finale’s ending, Joe, who’s has killed his way through London (in his fake identity of Professor Jonathan Moore), has emerged exultant. He’s fused with his murderous side, and seemingly happier than he’s ever been on “You.”
Amid the Scandoval, Stassi Schroeder has some exciting updates about her life!
Al Roker and his wife Deborah Roberts have been enjoying a well-earned break in Puerto Rico after several months of health battles, and the pair look happier than ever. ABC News anchor Deborah looked radiant in the pictures, as she rocked a geometric-patterned swimsuit with a low V-neckline and appeared to have a refreshing sparkling drink in hand.Al, who helps to host rival network NBC's Today Show wore a Team USA tee and board shorts in the pictures and kept safe with a baseball cap covering his head.
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contributors protested what they cited as The New York Times’ continued “irresponsible, biased” coverage of the transgender community. That open letter — written to a top New York Timeseditor, Philip Corbett — was signed by more than 180 Times contributors in February, some of which were among WGA East members and staff.Thursday’s open letter from WGA said that “biased and inaccurate reporting endangers the lives of trans people.
Peter Caranicas Deputy Editor Things are moving fast at Cowan, DeBaets, Abrahams & Sheppard. The bicoastal law firm has announced a new co-head of its entertainment practice, new co-heads in the Los Angeles office, a partner promotion, and further development of its art law group. Caitlin S. DiMotta (above right) has joined Frederick P. Bimbler (above left) in heading up the firm’s entertainment practice. Based in Los Angeles, DiMotta joined the firm in 2021 and works with clients in all areas of development and publishing in the television, literary, comic book/graphic novel, and motion picture industries. With almost 30 years’ experience in entertainment law, Bimbler has long advised clients in the areas of motion picture, television, theater, and performance art. His portfolio includes clients on both coasts, and he will co-head management of the firm’s Los Angeles office with partner Sarah Conley Odenkirk.