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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s daughter Zahara Jolie-Pitt to attend history college for black women this fall
Angelina Jolie and Brad PittZahara Jolie-Pitt’s daughter is attending Spelman College, and her mother is very proud. Actress, director and refugee advocate shared a photo of Zahara “with her Spelman sisters” over the weekend, praising the historic black women’s liberal arts school and Zahara’s soon-to-be classmates after the two attended an event in Los Angeles for Spelman freshmen, alumni, and graduates. Social media video from “SpelHouse Family Reunion” on Saturday, July 30, even shows Angelina trying to “Electric Slide” for a few beats before laughing and hugging her daughter as she is clapped by another parent. . “Zahara with her Spelman sisters,” Angelina captioned a cute photo of her daughter and some new friends. “Congratulations to all the students who just started this year,” she continued. “A very special place and an honor to have a family member who is a new Spelman girl. #Spelman #spelmancollege #spelmansisters #HBCU.” Located in Atlanta, famous Spelman alumni include Alice Walker, Stacey Abrams and former “Cosby Show” star Keshia Knight Pulliam, among others. Zahara’s college news comes three years after her eldest brother, Maddox, left home to attend Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea. Angelina – who also shares sons Pax, 18, and Knox, 14, and daughters Shiloh, 16, and Vivienne, 14, with Brad – adopted Zahara in Ethiopia when she was six months old. Brad is said to have co-adopted her the following year.
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Sylvester Stallone asks ‘Rocky’ producers for the upcoming ‘Drago’ movie; Dolph Lungren replied
Sylvester Stallone took another hit with “Rocky” series producer Irwin Winkler over the weekend, rejecting plans for an upcoming spin-off about Dolph Lundgren’s Ivan Drago, who made his debut in “Rocky” IV” in 1985. And it wasn’t long before the original Drago responded. “Another Heartbreaker… Just found out about this…”, Sly wrote in a deleted Instagram post on Saturday, July 30, according to Weekly entertainment. “Again, this 94-year-old PATHETIC PRODUCER and MY MORONIC PROFESSIONAL CULTURE CHILDREN, Charles and David, have once again picked up the BONUS of yet another amazing character I created without a trace. tell me,” he grumbled, referring to producer Irwin’s sons. “I DISCLOSURE TO FANS, I never wanted ROCKY characters to be taken advantage of by these parasites,” he continued, adding that he still has a good relationship with Dolph. “I have nothing but respect for Dolph but I wish HE would tell me what was going on behind my back,” the Oscar winner wrote. “Keep your REAL friends close.” Dolph, however, says there’s nothing believable for a Drago movie. He also admitted he thought Sly would be involved in anything that could come to fruition. “Just to set the record regarding a Drago spin-off. There was no approved script, no deal, no director, and I was personally under the impression that my friend Sly Stallone was involved with it. as a producer or even as an actor,” Dolph shared on Instagram on Sunday. “There was a press leak last week, which is unfortunate. Get in touch with Mr. Balboa – just so all the fans can relax… Ok, go.” Sly created the iconic boxer Rocky Balboa character in the ’70s, when he wrote the script for the movie that would soon make him a household name. He went on to write, direct, and star in the next five films for the franchise, but only made the money he was paid for the work due to an agreement that gave Irwin control of the rights to the franchise. commercials and its spin-offs, as he continued to do, despite Sylvester’s repeated demands that Irwin transfer the rights to “what’s left”. In recent weeks, those requests have taken a turn for the worse when the star attacked Irwin and his colleagues on social media before deleting the posts.
Beyonce changes offensive lyrics in new ‘Renaissance’ song after ‘maybe’ criticism
Amid backlash over “maybe” language on Beyoncé’s new “Renaissance” song “Heated,” Bey will be changing the offensive lyrics, her rep told New York Times On Monday, August 1. The words mentioned in the song, “spaz” and “spazzi’,” were used in an insulting context to people with hemiplegia, a numbing form of cerebral palsy. limb stiffness and impaired mobility, especially in the legs. Bey’s representative told the Times: “The word, not intended to be used in a harmful way, will be replaced. On Monday, it was unclear when that would happen, but change may not come anytime soon for disability advocates like Australian writer Hannah Diviney, who tweeted in June about Lizzo’s use The word “spaz” in her new song “Grrrls” received a quick and sincere apology from the singer to the disabled community – as well as editing the lyrics. “I’m tired and frustrated that we’re having this conversation so soon after we’ve received such a meaningful and progressive response from Lizzo,” Hannah told BBC News about Beyoncé’s offensive indiscretion. “Let me make one thing clear: I never wanted to promote offensive language,” Lizzo said in a statement following criticism from Hannah and other activists. “As a fat black woman in America, I’ve had a lot of hurtful words used against me so I overstated and what power words can have, (whether intentionally or unintentionally in my case).”
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Justin Bieber returns to stage for first time since Ramsay Hunt diagnosis
Justin Bieber very excited and “grateful to be back” on tour after being excluded from Ramsay Hunt syndrome, a disorder that causes part of his face to become disfigured. temporarily paralyzed. On Sunday, July 31, the singer performed at Italy’s Lucca Summer Festival, marking his first performance since health fears forced him to suspend his Justice Tour, and His wife, Hailey Bieber, has come to support him on the road. “I’m so grateful to be back,” Justin told his team – and Hailey – in a video of the group gathered backstage with their arms around each other on the night of the show. “I love each one of you so much,” Justin added before they were led into evening vigil. Hailey also shared a clip of the night on Instagram, captioning her Story post, “One thing I know for sure is you can’t keep this guy down…” Another video on Justin’s page shows the singer reminding concertgoers of the message he hopes to convey with his tour. “This is my first day back,” he says in the clip. “As some of you know, Justice Tour is about equality, it’s justice for all, no matter what you look like, no matter your shape, size, ethnicity. We all the same, we are all one “We know that racism is evil and we know that division is evil, it is wrong. But we’re here to be the difference-makers,” he continued. Before being diagnosed as Justin’s Ramsay Hunt, Hailey suffered a stroke. Ryan Seacrest Direct!” Last month, she said that the “worrying thing” to the two’s health was that they had become “closer than ever” as a couple.
Jennifer Garner shares warning about unnecessary cosmetic procedures
At the age of 50, Jennifer Garnerlearned an important beauty lesson: Don’t worry about it too much. “My beauty advice is always the same,” the star said in a new interview with Harper’s Bazaar. “Look in the mirror less, less obsessly, and look at the rest of the world to see what you could use your time for. Good. You obsess over changes or how to fix some. things on my face.” She adds that seemingly minor repairs may not be worth it in the long run, especially when it comes to cosmetic procedures and injections. “My advice is to look in the mirror less and be careful when injecting anything in the face,” Jen stated. “Be very, very cautious and wait as long as possible to add anything. Don’t think you’re 37 years old and you need to take a picture of your face. You don’t have to put on too much makeup or make up. It’s like a constant blowout.”
Alison Brie Shares Rumored ‘Community’ Movie Update
“Community” fans, rejoice! After all, a movie about the hit classic comedy could be the spark. “You know what, I’ll say it. There’s been movement,” Alison Brie told The Wrap on the store’s latest issue.Unpackaged“podcasts.” There was some talk. People are talking and certain things – the wheel is spinning. I already said! “She exclaimed. Buzz about a movie that could join the show surfaced on social media in June, after Alison’s former co-star Joel McHale joked to the show’s legion of superheroes in an interview with Comicbook.com that he’s “spending all his money on making money” [a movie] happened, “thanks to the strong response to the series on platforms like Netflix.” Before, when I answered the question [about a ‘Community’ movie], I would say, ‘Maybe, I don’t know.’ But now, with its success on streamers during the pandemic, interest has returned,” he explained. I would say it’s more capable than it used to be, but it’s like building an aircraft carrier. “There’s a lot of moving parts” beyond confirming the interest of the original cast and securing funding. “So I’m definitely more aggressive than I am, but we’ll see,” he That’s a terrible answer, but certainly better than the one I gave two years ago. The sitcom revolves around a group of community college students (and their generally odd behaviors), also starring Chevy Chase, Ken Jeong, Donald Glover, Danny Pudi, Gillian Jacobs, and Yvette Nicole Brown Favorite series aired from 2009 to 2015.
William Shatner, George Takei Share Touching Gratitudes To Late ‘Star Trek’ Co-Star Nichelle Nichols
The cast of “Star Trek” say goodbye for a longtime colleague the weekend after the death of Nichelle Nichols, who played Lieutenant Uhura in all but 10 episodes of the original show and was one of the first black women to be played in a series. big TV series. William Shatner shared on social media: “I am so sorry to hear of Nichelle’s passing. “She is a beautiful woman and has played an admirable character who has done so much in redefining social issues in America and around the world. I will certainly miss her. Sending love and condolences to her family.” George Takei also shared an emotional post about the actress, writing: “I’ll have to say more about the ahead, incomparable Nichelle Nichols who shared the bridge with us as is Lieutenant Uhura of the USS Enterprise, and who passed away today at Age 89. For today, my heart is heavy, my eyes are shining like the stars that you are resting in, friend. We’ve lived a long and prosperous life together.” JJ Abrams, who hosted the 2009 movie version of the iconic show, honored the late star as “a womanizer.” remarkable female in a remarkable role.” Nichelle died of natural causes, according to a Facebook post by her son, Kyle Johnson.