3:23pm PDT, Oct 16, 2020
Salma Hayek’s pro-voting message turns into a remark struggle zone for Trump and Biden supporters
With simply 18 days to go earlier than the presidential election, Salma Hayek took a second on Friday, Oct. 16, to share a non-partisan get-out-the-vote message. After all, at this level in what some are calling essentially the most contentious race in American historical past, a nonpartisan submit solely yields a large battle between blue and red-leaning commenters. Sharing a stunning selfie that confirmed her holding her accomplished mail-in poll on Instagram, the actress wrote, “#ivoted #votingmatters.” It did not take lengthy, nonetheless, for feedback to start out pouring in — a lot of them, from supporters of Donald trump’s reelection marketing campaign. “#MAGA2020 🇺🇸, Trump 2020!!!, and Me too 🙈#Donald2020,” wrote one. Others posted in assist of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’ ticket, however at one level Dem-leaning commenters had been drowned out by GOP voices — though Salma by no means uttered a phrase about how she voted. “Expensive 45 Trolls: are you able to please simply cease?” one consumer requested. They did not, however A-for-effort to the one who tried to convey some levity to the thread by writing, “i voted for Salma on the individuals’s alternative awards! 😁.”
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Kris Jenner admits the appearance of social media put an expiration date on ‘KUWTK’
Within the weeks for the reason that Kardashian-Jenner household introduced “Maintaining Up With the Kardashians” will come to an end after its twentieth season in 2021, a lot of causes for the choice have surfaced. In a current cowl story for WWD’s sister publication, Beauty, Inc., nonetheless, Kris Jenner makes a key level about why it is time to finish the 14-years-long collection: The truth TV format — significantly with celebs — now not is sensible the way in which it as soon as did. In the event you actually wish to sustain with the Kardashians, you watch their Twitter and Instagram posts. However “KUWTK” debuted means again in 2006 — the identical 12 months what was then known as “The Fb” began permitting individuals outdoors Mark Zuckerberg’s Ivy League bubble to hitch. Twitter additionally launched that 12 months. “Once we first began, there was no Instagram or Snapchat or different social media platforms,” says Kris. “The world has modified. Now there are such a lot of, the viewer does not have to attend three or 4 months to see an episode. We may give them all the info anybody would ever wish to know in actual time.”
Mark Ruffalo praises Demi Lovato as she hits again at ‘Commander in Chief’ critic: ‘You simply elongated your profession by telling the reality’
Demi Lovato’s scathing takedown of Donald Trump in her new music, “Commander in Chief,” is already incomes her a mixture of new followers … and perhaps some enemies. She shared the brand new music earlier this week, each on-line and with a efficiency on the Billboard Music Awards. Mark Ruffalo was among the many a number of Hollywood names who counseled her for the recording, which she posted alongside the caption, “Will not hand over, stand our floor… We’ll be within the streets when you’re #CommanderInChief. …🖤.” Responding to her submit, he wrote (through Billboard): “Thanks @ddlovato for talking reality to energy with this transferring music #CommanderInChief. Let’s all elevate up our voices proper now to encourage our sisters and brothers throughout this nation to vote and create a future the place we will all breathe.” Detractors, in the meantime, slammed her choice to combine politics and music, with one Twitter consumer griping: “I hope you notice this makes individuals that do not have the identical political opinions really feel like they can not take heed to you anymore … I actually hope this does not wreck your profession …” Demi observed the remark and gave this unshaken reply: “I actually do not care if this ruins my profession,” which in flip, additionally impressed her new fan, Mark Ruffalo. Replying to a submit about her response, he assured her: “Don’t be concerned about it. Not solely will you be advantageous however you simply elongated your profession by telling the reality and standing up for the oppressed.”
Chadwick Boseman died with out a will
When “Black Panther” star Chadwick Boseman died this summer after a non-public battle with most cancers, he didn’t depart a will. In keeping with a number of retailers, the 43-year-old’s widow, Taylor Simone Ledward, not too long ago filed a probate case asking to be named the administrator of her late husband’s property. The couple received engaged in 2019 and had been married someday this 12 months, per TMZ. Since they didn’t have kids, she would usually inherit the belongings of the probate property. Individuals studies the courtroom paperwork listing an estimated worth of $938,500 for the property, though TMZ suggests that does not seem to be a “true reflection of Chadwick’s” earnings, a few of which could possibly be held in personal trusts. The distinction might even have one thing to do with the actual fact Chadwick survived each mother and father, whose names additionally seem within the paperwork.
Justin Bieber admits he has bother listening to ‘Lonely’ as he promotes new video
It is no secret child stardom can take a critical toll on a child’s psychological well being. Justin Bieber, 26, started talking publicly in regards to the results early rise to fame had on his feelings up to now few years. And after taking an extended break from performing, he is now making psychological well being points central to a lot of his new music and movies. The video for “Lonely,” which arrived Friday, is not any exception. The visible accompaniment to the observe options Jacob Tremblay enjoying a younger Justin as he sings his means by the conflicted emotions he has about attaining success and superstar standing so younger. “What for those who had all of it however no person to name, perhaps then you definitely’d know me/ ‘Trigger I’ve had all the pieces, however nobody’s listening, that is simply … lonely,” he sings at one level. “All people is aware of my previous now, like my home was all the time manufactured from glass/ Possibly that is the value you pay for the cash and fame at an early age.” Justin tweeted a hyperlink to the video Friday, admitting he has bother even listening to the music. “To be trustworthy the music is difficult for me to take heed to contemplating how powerful it was to get by a few of these chapters,” he wrote. “I consider it’s highly effective to precise vulnerability and that is why I consider this music is so highly effective.” Followers largely responded by calling out those that made enjoyable of him throughout his early teenage rebellious interval and praised him for talking out now. “Justin bieber was hated by grown individuals on the age 15, his each single transfer was/is criticized by the entire world,” tweeted one social media consumer. “He is been depressed, recognized with nervousness and lots of extra, and now with #Lonely he allow us to see his perspective.”
Mena Suvari is anticipating her first youngster with Michael Hope
Mena Suvari is pregnant — and and just a little bit surprised! In a twist she described as “a miracle” to Individuals on Friday, the actress mentioned she and husband Michael Hope are lastly anticipating their first youngster after what was apparently an extended and attempting wait. “It is nonetheless this course of for me of believing it and accepting that one thing this stunning might occur for me,” she informed the journal. “I am 41 and there is this air of like, I’ve received one foot within the grave and good luck.” She recalled taking her temperature repeatedly, maintaining a tally of her physique’s calendar and extra cautious planning earlier than she “pulled again and let go.” By July, she’d found she was, certainly, pregnant. “It was an enormous shock,” she mentioned.
Tom Cruise and Jerry Bruckheimer awarded Naval ‘wings of gold’
Like Bob Hope, Jim Neighbors and Susan Ford Bales earlier than them, Tom Cruise and “High Gun” producer Jerry Bruckheimer at the moment are Honorary Naval Aviators. The duo — whose newest collaboration, “High Gun: Maverick: is due out subsequent summer time — had been honored at a ceremony in Los Angeles in late September for his or her work on “High Gun,” which, their citations say, “considerably promoted and supported Naval Aviation and put plane carriers and naval plane into common tradition,” in keeping with People. The outlet notes the celebrities could now formally put on the Navy’s “wings of gold,” and at the moment are, “entitled to the honors, courtesies and privileges afforded to Naval Aviators.” Tom’s subsequent main aviation mission is slated for October 2021, when he is been permitted by NASA to travel to space to shoot an as-yet untitled movie aboard the Worldwide Area Station.
Diddy says he is launching a brand new political get together for Black Individuals
This previous spring, Diddy urged Black Individuals that on the subject of the presidential election, they need to “maintain … hostage” a vote for any candidate as a method of demanding higher illustration within the political system. Now, he is received a brand new plan — and a brand new get together. “It could be irresponsible of me to have us maintain our vote hostage however it might even be irresponsible of me to simply let this second go by,” Diddy informed Charlamagne tha God in a brand new interview this week (through Complex). “The world is watching — and [I’m doing] all the pieces I can to make it possible for going forth, that we’re part of the narrative. That we personal our politics.” With that aim in thoughts, he mentioned, he is determined to fund his new creation, Our Black Celebration. “It is time for us to have our personal Black political get together — unapologetically. As a result of proper now, for those who take a look at the debates, we’re not even part of the dialog,” he defined. “We have no political energy, we have no political leverage and so we began our Black get together with some younger, fearless Black activists, elected officers, and I’ve stepped up and put the cash behind it.” On Twitter, he later endorsed Joe Biden, however with the caveat that Diddy‘s new group will “maintain [Biden] accountable” and careworn the significance of unity within the meantime.
Stevie Nicks on her 1979 abortion: ‘There could be no Fleetwood Mac’ with out Roe. V. Wade
Final week, Fleetwood Mac alum Stevie Nicks debuted her first new music in six years, a music she described in an announcement as “a prayer for our nation … a prayer for our world,” primarily based on the concept, “peace can come if you’d like it.” The other of peace, on this case, being division. “I’ve seen all this … I do not wish to dwell in a rustic that’s so divisive,” she informed Selection final week, mentioning that at 72, she’s “lived by the ’60s” and “fought for Roe vs. Wade,” which gave girls the best to legally finish an abortion in 1973. Talking to The Guardian in an interview printed this week, she elaborated on what Roe has meant to her, personally — and by extension, professionally. “Abortion rights, that was actually my technology’s battle,” Stevie defined. “If President Trump wins this election and places the judge he wants in, she is going to completely outlaw it and push girls again into back-alley abortions.” (She was referring to Amy Coney Barrett, who is anticipated to be confirmed to the Supreme Court docket following votes by the Senate Judiciary Committee subsequent week and the complete Senate the week of Oct. 26.) Stevie went on to recall the circumstances through which she terminated a being pregnant in 1979 whereas relationship Don Henley, basically saying the liberty to finish the being pregnant allowed Fleetwood Mac to exist. “If I had not had that abortion, I am fairly positive there would have been no Fleetwood Mac,” she mentioned. “There’s simply no means that I might have had a baby then, working as arduous as we labored always. And there have been a whole lot of medication, I used to be doing a whole lot of medication … I’d have needed to stroll away.” After a pause, the singer added: “And I knew that the music we had been going to convey to the world was going to heal so many individuals’s hearts and make individuals so pleased. And I assumed: you understand what? That is actually vital. There’s not one other band on the earth that has two lead girls singers, two lead girls writers. That was my world’s mission.”
Savannah Guthrie’s ‘As we speak’ colleagues react to her Donald Trump Townhall interview
Donald Trump and Joe Biden’s dueling City Halls on NBC and ABC Thursday night time had a lot of Hollywood weighing in with reward, criticism or in some instances, each. For Savannah Guthrie, who grilled the president on all the pieces from the coronavirus pandemic to his current tweet a few QAnon conspiracy concept, loads of assist got here from her “As we speak” colleagues. “@SavannahGuthrie proud to be your accomplice,” tweeted Savannah’s co-anchor, Hoda Kotb. “Get some relaxation.. see you within the morning,” she added. Al Roker echoed that sentiment, posting on Instagram, “Very pleased with @savannahguthrie and the remainder of the workforce @nbcnews who did a terrific job tonight producing the #trumptownhall.” “As we speak’s” third hour anchor, Craig Melvin, in the meantime, tweeted, “Tonight @SavannahGuthrie represented her mates and colleagues @TODAYshow and @NBCNews splendidly. Proud. Reality to energy.”