This year, Jennifer won a Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album with the cast of The Color Purple. Unfortunately, Jennifer had been waiting on receiving her Grammy statue, but Ellen had a big surprise for her and had the award to give. Watch the moment below!
George Clooney is back as Nespresso’s spokesperson and is starring in this new campaign spot titled, “Comin’ Home.”
The 55-year-old actor stars in the ad – which also features Andy Garcia – and sees George inserted into many famous movies including The Muppet Movie, Psycho, Easy Rider, Smokey and the Bandit, Seabiscuit, and more. Kermit the Frog, Janet Leigh, Burt Reynolds, John Candy, and more stars are seen throughout the ad! If the music in the campaign sounds familiar – it’s sung by Mel Torme and is titled “Comin’ Home, Baby.”
Here’s what the 45-year-old The Leftovers star had to share with the mag:
On his marriage toJennifer Aniston: “I’m not giving any marriage tips. I am no brighter than any man.”
On if he’s jealous of Jennifer’s success: “Not at all. She’s successful for a reason…. We’re not in competition.” Pause. “If I was competing for the same job as her, I might be less forgiving.”
On battling ADHD: “It made school harder. You become sort of a loser because you can’t excel. But [ADHD] gave me other tools, because I would listen instead of read. I was able to hear the musicality of conversations. That’s helped me write dialogue.”
Kylie Jenner was protested by some animal rights activists this weekend in Las Vegas. She was at the grand opening of Sugar Factory when a bunch of protesters rushed the red carpet. Kylie wasn't wearing fur at the time, but they were apparently protesting her past fur looks.
Derek Klena and Christy Altomare pose on the red carpet at the Anastasia Broadway opening night party held at the Marriott Marquis Times Square on Monday (April 24) in New York City.
Earlier that night, the entire cast took their opening night bows on stage at the Broadhurst Theater. Ramin Karimloo, John Bolton, Mary Beth Peil, Caroline O’Connor, Constantine Germanacos, Allison Walsh, Kyle Brown, James A. Pierce III, Zach Adkins, Sissy Bell, Lauren Blackman, Janet Dickinson, Wes Hart, Ken Krugman, Shina Ann Morris, Molly Rushing, Nicole Scimeca, Johnny Stellard, McKayla Twiggs, Allison Walsh, and Beverly Ward also star in the show. See all of the photos in the gallery below!
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“First of all, I’m not a one issue voter. I know. I am not stupid,” the 67-year-old reality TV star expressed while making an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Tuesday evening (April 25) in New York City. “The Republican Party does not do a good job when it comes to equality and the entire LGBTQ community. The Democrats are better there. But, for me, I have been around a long time. I am probably more conservative.”
“I believe in little things like the Constitution and freedom,” Caitlyn continued. “I believe in minimal government. I believe in the people of this country to get us out of the trouble we are in financially, economically, more than I believe the government will fix this. The people will fix this. And, so, the Republicans have done a better job in that direction.”
“My loyalty is not with Donald Trump,” Caitlyn concluded. “My loyalty is not with the Republican Party. My loyalty is with my community.”
Caitlyn Jenner Defends Her Vote for Donald Trump
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Naomi, on David not believing in traditional auditions: “David will look at three or four, or maybe five, different pictures and say, ‘Okay, I’ll see those girls.’ If you’re the third person on the list and he’s had a great meeting, he doesn’t meet girl number four or five. So my getting the part felt like fate.”
Laura, on getting cast and then finding out what part you’ll play: “I’m always excited and surprised by what he asks me to play. Even in the beginning, I signed on because of David. He inspires that trust.”
Naomi, on sex scenes: “The sex in his films is emotional. It is not gratuitous. You feel that he is getting at something primal.”
Emmy Rossum took to Facebook to write a letter to fans about growing up with a single mom. With the letter, Emmy wanted to thank her mom, and those who made her feel welcome despite growing up without a father.
The 30-year-old Shameless star began, “If you have a single parent, read this. If you’ve been through sexual assault, health scares, grief and loss, hate and violence, job loss or really anything and want to find resilience, read this. Just take two minutes and read this.”
The letter came after Emmy saw Katie Couric interview Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and psychologist Adam Grant about their newest book “Option B.”
“The talk really hit me hard when Sheryl and Katie Couric (who lost her husband Jay to colon cancer when her daughters were 2 and 6) spoke about suddenly becoming single moms. How they never realized how hard it really was, how ostracizing it can feel for children. How hallmark holidays like “Father’s Day” and activities like the school “Father Daughter Dance” which once seemed like happy, easy, fun traditions suddenly became almost suffocatingly painful,” Emmy continued. “When they talked about this, I reached over and grabbed Sam’s hand and squeezed.”