Month: February 2021

Todd Williamson/NBCGetty Images The coronavirus pandemic has drastically shifted how we experience the world, and yet…some things never change, do they? The ever-controversial Golden Globes are here again, this time as a bicoastal, part-virtual show. While celebrities might not all be sharing the real red carpet, nominees and presenters alike still had some major fashion
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Tonight (February 27), D’Angelo headlined a VERZUZ event live from the Apollo Theater, taking the stage as a solo performer with DJ Scratch with other collaborators. Take a look via Instagram or Apple Music. D’Angelo’s set broke from the typical VERZUZ format: its events have so far been one-on-one battles with occasional surprise guests, like
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At the time, the Russo Brothers had more than proven themselves as major talents in the movie business. Captain America: The Winter Soldier had been incredibly well received, and Sony was well aware of both their talents. Joe Russo further told British GQ that Sony still had doubts, though, which stemmed from the massive amount
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It’s quite clear that we’ll get more Marvel series on Disney+ this year than arguably Star Wars series. At the top of the first Disney/Marvel TCA session, President of Marvel Studios and Chief Creative Officer Kevin Feige gave a brief rundown of the studio’s plans. March 5 reps the end of season one of WandaVision.  Then
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Just like in season three—when her attempted kidnapping went unacknowledged—the biggest victim of the limited episodes was Princess Anne (Erin Doherty).  Though the troubles in her marriage to Captain Mark Phillips were briefly touched upon, one of Anne’s biggest scandals was overlooked entirely.  Breaking with tradition, Anne—the first woman in the family to give birth in a hospital
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The third episode of Bruce Springsteen and former President Barack Obama’s new Renegades: Born in the USA podcast gets released on Spotify on Monday, March 1. The episode, called “Amazing Grace: American Music,” will cover Springsteen’s early musical influences, the inspiration behind Springsteen on Broadway, Obama’s adolescent musical memories, and more. Hear a clip from
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AMC Entertainment, the nation’s largest theater chain, said Friday it’s awarding CEO Adam Aron and other executives “supplemental special incentive cash bonuses” to recognize the challenge they faced  steering the embattled company on a financial rollercoaster over the past pandemic year. Corporate associates and theatre management will also get special bonuses, with all payouts coming
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A Kardashian forgives, but never forgets.  On Feb. 26, Kylie Jenner shared a video of her doing Kourtney Kardashian‘s makeup. The sisters reminisced about all the highs and lows of their family life, from their best birthdays ever to arguments during trips to Disney World. One major moment the siblings can’t ever forget? The time Kim
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Taylor Swift has officially canceled her previously postponed “Lover Fest” tour dates. In a note on Twitter, Swift admits that “no one knows what the touring landscape is going to look like in the future.” An additional note on her website adds that refunds will be processed automatically. Check out the full statement below. Swift
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The Queen Mary Fringe Tiara Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Anne both wore The Queen Mary Fringe Tiara on their wedding days, and Her Majesty loaned the piece to her granddaughter, Princess Beatrice of York, for her intimate wedding to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. The tiara, which many believe was selected due to both it’s sentimental
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Paul Massey/Shutterstock “Enter the Era of Elegance,” read the cover line of Harper’s BAZAAR‘s September 1992 issue, and it was models who represented this credo. From ’80s powerhouses like Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell, and Cindy Crawford to newcomers like Kate Moss, Alek Wek, and Jenny Shimizu, these diverse beauties superseded the close, esoteric confines, stepping
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