Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara, and Jamie Bell pose for photos while making an appearance on the talk show El Gordo y La Flaca on Friday (July 31) at Univision Studios in Miami, Fla.
Earlier in the week, Michael and Kate did an interview for a radio station and were asked about their characters Johnny Storm and Sue Storm being siblings.
“From what I’ve seen, you’re brother and sister. Am I missing something?” an interviewer asked them.
When they said “no,” the reporter said, “But you’re white and you’re black. How does that happen?”
Michael gave a perfect response (via Buzzfeed): “They could be raised as brother and sister. There’s a whole bunch of family dynamics that could be without the ‘obvious adoption.’”
Kendall Jenner steps out for a sweet treat with BFF Gigi Hadid at Go Greek Yogurt on Friday afternoon (July 31) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The two models enjoyed their time out together, while doing a little window shopping. Later on, Gigi was spotted going to dinner out at Toca Madera to celebrate one of her older sister’s engagement party.
“Was so happy to be with my big sis tonight for her Bachelorette party!!!!” Gigi wrote on Twitter.
Meanwhile, Kendall’s younger sis Kylie was seen grabbing lunch at Sugarfish in Calabasas, Calif.
“Red 😍 yes. One day,” Kylie imagined on Instagram with a pic of her hair colored the ginger hue, plus gold, later on in the day.
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Jesse Tyler Ferguson gets on his knees to spoof some Broadway shows during the opening night performance of Monty Python’s Spamalot at the Hollywood Bowl on Friday (July 31) in Hollywood.
The 39-year-old actor’s character discovers that his “holy grail” is performing in Broadway musicals and he spoofs a few shows, including this bit from Fiddler on the Roof.
Also starring in the one-weekend only production are Craig Robinson, Christian Slater, Warwick Davis (who steals the show with “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life”), Kevin Chamberlin, Merle Dandridge, Rick Holmes, Tom Deckman, and original Monty Python member Eric Idle, who also wrote the Tony-winning musical.
There are two performances of the musical left so try to catch it if you can!