The first official promo for ABC’s upcoming Dirty Dancing musical event has arrived!
The three-hour filmed special tells the story from the beloved 1987 film in a fresh perspective – diving deeper into the iconic characters, showcasing their progression and tackling social themes like race, women’s rights and the socio-economic division in the country at that time.
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.
“Yeah, Nicole and I just spoke about it three days ago,” Reese told E! News of a possible second season. “We’re talking to Liane Moriarty, who wrote the book, about how could these characters go on, what would happen? We definitely left it open-ended so there’s a possibility there.”
“The poorest of poor are actually already paying for water, and in a lot of cases paying more than the middle class. If you’re not connected to the infrastructure then you’re taking time away from a job to go to a common water source and spend hours waiting in line with your jerrycan to fill up and bring it home. It’s incredibly inefficient,” Matt expressed while attending a panel with World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim on Thursday (April 20) in Washington DC.
Water.org has partnered with 65 local microfinance institutions across nine countries, providing $17m in subsidies, with India a particular focus so far.
“This president [Donald Trump] has already shown some flexibility in his thinking as he goes deeper on some of these issues,” Matt added. “With water, for every dollar you put in, you get seven dollars out. I think the benefit might appeal to his business brain … if you’re doing it right, it really is an effective use of the taxpayers’ money and saves you a lot long-term.”