“We are disheartened by recent events but the show will go on,” a statement read (via Us Weekly). “The Miss Universe Organization operates as an independent company. In its 64 year history, and under many owners, Miss Universe has developed into a globally recognized brand, with nearly 150 franchise holders domestically and internationally, the majority of whom are small business owners.”
Glory Johnson, the estranged wife of fellow basketball player Brittney Griner, has just dropped some major news -- she's pregnant with twins! It was previously revealed that Glory is pregnant and that news was followed by the couple's split. Now, she has revealed the new bombshell by showing off her sonogram on Instagram. Go read her full post now...
Photographed at Los Angeles’ famed Chateau Marmont, Will and Nicola posed for a series of pics with photographer Ellen von Unwerth. They’re deemed “two young actors who are poised for success in Hollywood—supporting each other along the way,” in the mag’s editorial!
On top of all of his other gigs, Ryan just announced that he has another show called Knock Knock premiering on FOX on July 21. The program will follow him as he surprises unsuspecting families at their home where they have the chance to win big cash prizes.
“i underestimated how many people wouldn’t be wearing clothing when i knock on their door,” he joked on his Twitter.
Check out the preview below…
Ryan Seacrest Could Soon Be Knocking On Your Front Door – Literally!
Rashida Jones dons a red lip on the cover of Wired magazine’s July 2015 issue, out on newsstands now!
Here’s what the 39-year-old actress had to share with the mag:
On managing her crazy schedule: “I get distracted. I’m in the middle of an email—a work email—and suddenly I’m online looking at a Pinterest board of remodeled farmhouses or an article on Hillary 2016 or a video on Funny or Die, none of which is getting me any closer to replying to hundreds of unanswered emails or finishing a draft for a deadline that has come and gone.”
On how she deals with stress: The first one seems to be self-discipline. My writing partner, Will McCormack, implements a no-phones-for-an-hour rule. The other thing I’m working on is being willing to accept failure, whether it’s a failure to get a TV show made or a failure to reply to a midnight email. Failure and risk are inherent parts of any real work. But there’s a lot of fear of failing. (And yes, it is harder for women. Men’s failures are not tied to their gender in the same way; that’s just a truth.) Even though my instinct is to feel the shame associated with failure, I am finding ways to be OK with failing and being imperfect.”
On finding happiness at work: “If your happiness depends on selling your company, snagging one perfect job, finishing the design for your perfect living room, you’ll never actually achieve it. And now that work and life have merged together, it’s doubly important to remember that you deserve to be happy all the time.”