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Angelina Jolie Set to Co-Chair Summit Combating Sexual Violence!

Angelina Jolie Set to Co-Chair Summit Combating Sexual Violence!

Angelina Jolie sports a black ensemble while working on the set of her upcoming film Unbroken on Monday (December 2) in Cockatoo Island, Australia.

The 38-year-old actress and director was seen demonstrating to an actor what she wanted to see happen during a scene.

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Last weekend, Angelina was spotted holding hands with her adorable five-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne while doing some shopping.

It was recently announced that Angelina would co-chair a global summit with British Foreign Secretary William Hague to combat sexual violence in war zones.

30+ pictures inside of Angelina Jolie directing her upcoming film Unbroken

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  • Josephina

    @ITA:

    Thanks. Usually fans like you have already handled the trolls.

    I don’t post often, but sometimes you have to get off of the sidelines.

  • Josephina

    @Love the JoliePitts:

    Thanks. I am surprised you did not answer that troll before me.

  • Josephina

    @really?:

    Thanks and stay parked here!

  • valis202

    @Cassi:
    with some members expressing “visible dismay” when the final number was tallied.
    —————————————————————————————————
    Good to know. I hope that there was some embarrassment in there as well.

  • well

    Steve, Brad, DeeDee, Chiwetel, Michael, Lupita, Sarah, Alfre, etc. have all been very articulate about why TYAS, while not an easy watch, has many important messages that resonate even today. If a few frightened or otherwise biased critics decide to make safe choices (or PR driven moves), it certainly can not take away from the beauty and power of TYAS. BTW, this is not the same “well” from a couple of posts up, but from earlier today, yesterday and years back. As I have said previously, we are all fans and I’m fine with more than one well! :-)

  • Josephina

    @really?:

    Agreed.

  • anustin

    @Josephina:

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    what focus exactly…becoz her only focus is the whereabout of the joliepitt…..haha.

  • Quim

    First time here and agree with everyone.

  • the ring

    New York Film Critics Circle award American Hustle for Picture, Screenplay, Supporting Actress

    ahahahahahaha no party pitty

  • suz

    Good God she looks horrific, and you all know it.

  • lucy

    @anustin: I just can’t get behind AH, even though I haven’t seen it. I like Jennifer Lawrence, but the rest of the cast is meh, BC is just creepy. As for JL winning another Oscar, IMHO she didn’t deserve the one for SLP, she should have won for Winter’s Bone, much better performance. Hoping the Academy doesn’t give her the Oscar just because she’s the “it” girl of the moment, because frankly that not only takes away from Lupita, who really deserves to win, and makes JL more of a commodity than a real actress with staying power, which I think she is.

  • lucy

    Trolls are too stupid, they should go back and check winners of the New York Film Critics Awards, they’d be shocked. Bet they didn’t even know Brad won Best Actor in 2011 for Moneyball. These awards are far from being the barometer for the Oscars.

  • Eatnoleanarina

    Paul Walker, ticky tacky,
    had to be said
    I’m Hungry
    -
    for a big bag
    of CrispyFatties

  • Passing Through

    # 199 Cassi @ 12/03/2013 at 4:04 pm
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    but Edelstein said there was a strong American Hustle camp and a strong 12 Years a Slave camp (reflected in McQueen’s best director win), and that the vote was remarkably close, with some members expressing “visible dismay” when the final number was tallied.
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    +++++++++++++++++++++++
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    LOL at the bolded part. I wonder if some of them were afraid there’d be some “they’re a bunch of racists” backlash? There’s always going to be some people who just don’t like a movie or don’t like the people involved or whatever and won’t vote for a movie no matter how good it is. That’s why it always looks strange to me when you have a Best Director that’s not the director of the Best Picture choice. How can more people have thought McQueen did a better job at directing and not think his movie was superior as well? I get the feeling this won’t be the last time we see this kind of split.
    .
    BTW – It always annoys me when critics give out major awards to movies that haven’t been allowed to be widely reviewed. American Hustle is still under embargo – as is The Wolf of Wall Street, yet they’re both racking up nominations. Either they need to hold back these award nominations until all the movies have debuted or those movies need to be ruled ineligible.
    .
    Also, you menioned the lack of noms\wins for TWOW – the movie wasn’t available for screening when the NYFCC announced their nominations so they lost out on the noms. That’s what’s wrong with these end-of-the-year awards – nobody waits until the end of the year. They start giving the noms in early\mid-Nov because everybody wants to be first giving out accolades so they get all the ink.

  • Wonderbust

    @Passing Through:
    Actually it screened for NYC critics yesterday

  • lucy

    @Wonderbust:No doubt in anyone’s mind that if TYAS had screened YESTERDAY for the critics, it would have been the overwhelming winner. And I too dislike the giving out of awards and nominations to movies that the public have no access to. Personally, WOWS seems a better film that AM, but then, I’m only going by the trailers and how much I like the cast. Plus, I hate, hate, hate, seventies style films.

  • Passing Through

    # 215 Wonderbust @ 12/03/2013 at 5:04 pm
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    @Passing Through:
    Actually it screened for NYC critics yesterday
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    +++++++++++++++++++++
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    Yes, but what I said was that the NYFCC nominations were announced LAST MONTH. The first WOW screenings were last Friday in LA because it wasn’t finished until last Wed. So the NYFCC missed the boat and now Tampon has to sue them on Leo’s behalf…cuz that Best Actor award was totally gonna be his. Damn that old fart Robert Redford anyway…

  • lucy

    @lucy: Sorry, meant AH, not AM. lol

  • Wonderbust

    Wolf screened yesterday and still lost screened over the weekend and last week. Likewise last year Zero Dark Thirty screened late also a sony production like AH.

  • Wonderbust

    @Passing Through:
    Nyfcc doesn’t do nominations only wins

  • Passing Through

    # 216 lucy @ 12/03/2013 at 5:21 pm
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    And I too dislike the giving out of awards and nominations to movies that the public have no access to.
    .
    +++++++++++++++++++++
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    Actually – I didn’t say the public. I meant other critics when I said “widely reviewed”. Look at what Pete Hammond did with TWOWS screening the other day – he instantly turned TWOWS into the first sliced bread. It was all over the internet barely 2 hours after he posted it. There was another critic at Hitfix who also praised it but he didn’t annoint it the way Hammondn did. Then other critics started complaining that they hadn’t been seen it and some of them weren’t going to be allowed to see it until the end of this week. Hammond saw the movie because was going to be moderating the Q&A. It’s gotten to the point where studios are handpicking critics or influential Oscar pundits to show the movie to first and other less important critics are being shut-out until these few critics have worked up a furor to see the movie. It’s like this every year at this time and seems to be getting worse.

  • Passing Through

    # 220 Wonderbust @ 12/03/2013 at 5:29 pm
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    I thought I saw a list from them list month? Maybe I’m confusing them with another group that announced their noms. OMFG…I’ve done a Tampon…

  • lucy

    @Passing Through: I see your point, and I agree about Hammond, he has this tendency to work himself into a frenzy over a film. But, I also think the public needs a chance to see a film, not some people handpicked to say the film is great. Who knows, AH might live up to the hype, but doubtful, it’d almost have to be the best film ever made to do that. I guess I never got the big deal made over SLP, and certainly never got the deal over Argo, but then I can only take so much of Ben A spitting all over everyone unfortunate enough to be in the same scene with him.

  • Alex

    @be for real faker:

    The blind as those who will not see. Angelina looks like a living skeleton. She is more than ugly. Is horrendous. Only for this site I see compliments your appearance. Already at the Oscar appearance, where she was ridiculous showing that skeletal leg in HP and other sites, N hundreds of comments criticizing her appearance. IF you who are fanatics, acknowledged that she is sick, and shout it to the world, maybe she resolved to improve their appearance. And since you brought me, I say, Angelina does not have hips, buttocks and now has no breasts. It is a true haunting.

  • bap

    You Haters have nothing on Angelina, exception her weight. Again Angelina is constantly on the move in achieving her many goals.

    Angelina will never be considered a slacker in life. Angelina is a very beautiful woman inside and out.

  • angie

    i love angelina, but she does not look good, hasn’t for a while. and they say the camera puts on 10 pounds. wish she would get back to normal size. and, jp crazy fans, this is not healthy or beautiful, stop defending something that is off. it doesn’t mean we hate her, but she is not perfect and has an eating disorder. she’s not the only one in the world who does, but it’s wrong to defend it.

  • Wonderbust

    It was close guys….
    A guy who was right in the thick of today’s New York Film Critics Circle balloting (which took almost five hours to complete) shares the following: “For four ballots the Best Picture vote was essentially a tie between American Hustle and 12 Years A Slave, and then Hustle finally won in a run-off vote against Slave. So it basically took five ballots. Inside Llewyn Davis was a contender all day long but it didn’t have the votes. At least it did better than The Wolf of Wall Street, which didn’t compete strongly in any category.

    “The Best Supporting Actress vote went on for three ballots, and was very close between Hustle‘s Jennifer Lawrence and 12 Years A Slave‘s Lupita N’yongo. Nebraska‘s June Squibb was in there but not very strongly.

    “The Best Director voting was very strongly for Steve McQueen, David O’Russell, Alfonso Cuaron and the Coen brothers but McQueen and Russell were very close…and then McQueen took it on the fourth ballot.

    “There was no strong challenge against Cate Blanchett for Best Actress although there was some support for Adele “whatsername” (i.e., Exarchopoulos) and Hustle‘s Amy Adams.

    “Robert Redford‘s Best Actor trophy was decided on a second ballot. The bulk of the first-ballot votes went to Redford and Slave‘s Chiweitel Ejiofor. A certain level of support was also there for Oscar Isaac, Bruce Dern and Matthew McConaughey.

    “Dallas Buyer’s Club‘s Jared Leto took Best Supporting Actor on the second ballot. His closest competitors were 12 Years A Slave‘s Michael Fassbender and Spring Breakers‘ James Franco. Jonah Hill got a couple of votes but nothing to speak of.

    “After the Best Screenplay win for Eric Singer and David O. Russell’s American Hustle, the strongest runner-up was Before Midnight followed by Spike Jonze‘s Her screenplay and the Coen brothers’Inside Llewyn Davis.

    “Sarah Polley‘s Stories We Tell was a third ballot win for Best Non-Fiction. The Act of Killing and 20 Feet From Stardom were the runners-up.

    “There was no formidable competition for the Best Cinematography award won by Inside Llewyn Davis‘s Bruno Delbonnel. The strongest runners-up were for Gravity and Nebraska. The Wolf of Wall Street got one or two votes.

    “The Wolf of Wall Street was not a contender for Best Picture or in any other category,” he says.

    “There never any debate or discussion about anything — people just come in and vote. The first ballot and then if there’s no winner it goes to a weighted second ballot (3, 2, 1). Then the proxies drop out on the third ballot. And the fourth ballot is a run-off between the top two.”

    30 or 31 people actually showed up. The others voted by proxy.

  • Love the JoliePitts

    nyfcc

    HollywoodElsewhere

    Jeff Wells
    How NYFCC Balloting Went Down

    A guy who was right in the thick of today’s New York Film Critics Circle balloting (which took almost five hours to complete) shares the following: “For four ballots the Best Picture vote was essentially a tie between American Hustle and 12 Years A Slave, and then Hustle finally won in a run-off vote against Slave. So it basically took five ballots. Inside Llewyn Davis was a contender all day long but it didn’t have the votes. At least it did better than The Wolf of Wall Street, which didn’t compete strongly in any category.

    “The Best Supporting Actress vote went on for three ballots, and was very close between Hustle‘s Jennifer Lawrence and 12 Years A Slave‘s Lupita N’yongo. Nebraska‘s June Squibb was in there but not very strongly.

    “The Best Director voting was very strongly for Steve McQueen, David O’Russell, Alfonso Cuaron and the Coen brothers but McQueen and Russell were very close…and then McQueen took it on the fourth ballot.

    “There was no strong challenge against Cate Blanchett for Best Actress although there was some support for Adele “whatsername” (i.e., Exarchopoulos) and Hustle‘s Amy Adams.

    “Robert Redford‘s Best Actor trophy was decided on a second ballot. The bulk of the first-ballot votes went to Redford and Slave‘s Chiweitel Ejiofor. A certain level of support was also there for Oscar Isaac, Bruce Dern and Matthew McConaughey.

    Jared Leto took Best Supporting Actor on the second ballot. His closest competitors were 12 Years A Slave‘s Michael Fassbender and Spring Breakers‘ James Franco. Jonah Hill got a couple of votes but nothing to speak of.

    “After the Best Screenplay win for Eric Singer and David O. Russell’s American Hustle, the strongest runner-up was Before Midnight followed by Spike Jonze‘s Her screenplay and the Coen brothers’Inside Llewyn Davis.

    “Sarah Polley‘s Stories We Tell was a third ballot win for Best Non-Fiction. The Act of Killing and 20 Feet From Stardom were the runners-up.

    “There was no formidable competition for the Best Cinematography award won by Inside Llewyn Davis‘s Bruno Delbonnel. The strongest runners-up were for Gravity and Nebraska. The Wolf of Wall Street got one or two votes.

    “The Wolf of Wall Street was not a contender for Best Picture or in any other category,” he says.
    “There never any debate or discussion about anything — people just come in and vote. The first ballot and then if there’s no winner it goes to a weighted second ballot (3, 2, 1) and then the proxies drop out on the third ballot.”

  • Love the JoliePitts

    Seems we read and posted the same column Wonderbust! :)

  • Love the JoliePitts

    Hope the below is not a duplicate post.

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    showbiz411

    NY Film Critics Awards: They Get it Mostly Right (and White) with Redford, Blanchett, Leto, Lawrence

    by Roger Friedman – Dec 3, 2013

    The New York Film Critics got it mostly right– and white– choosing their award winners today. They did pick Steve McQueen for Best Director of “12 Years a Slave,” but didn’t give that movie Best Picture or award any of its actors. They also sort of skipped right over “The Butler” and “Mandela.” They awarded “Fruitvale Station” Best First Feature, which is better than nothing.

    The group’s choices for the best actors are, I think, three for four with the ultimate Oscar outcome: Cate Blanchett, Robert Redford, Jared Leto, Jennifer Lawrence. I love JL, but I do think Best Supporting Actress will go either to Oprah Winfrey or Lupita N’yongo.

    David O. Russell’s “American Hustle,” a movie I loved, won Best Picture. Russell is going to benefit from “Silver Linings Playbook” not getting the big awards last year. He’s going to get a lot of love on the splash back.

    Could the NYFCC have been edgier? Yes. But they want stars at their proceedings. And they may have cut the idiotic National Board of Review off at the pass with these choices. When the NBR’s supreme high commanders make their fandecisions tomorrow, I still say they will err toward “Gravity” and other Warner Bros. fare. George Clooney will be presented with a virgin at their ceremony in January.

    Best Film
    American Hustle

    Best Actor
    Robert Redford, All Is Lost

    Best Actress
    Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine

    Best Director
    Steve McQueen, 12 Years A Slave

    Best Supporting Actress
    Jennifer Lawrence, American Hustle

    Best Foreign Language Film
    Blue Is The Warmest Color

    Best Supporting Actor
    Jared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club

    Best Animated Film
    The Wind Rises

    Best Screenplay
    American Hustle

    Special Award
    Frederick Wiseman

    Best Cinematography
    Bruno Delbonnel, Inside Llewyn Davis

    Best First Film
    Fruitvale Station

    Best Non-fiction Film (Documentary)
    Stories We Tell

  • Love the JoliePitts

    @Josephina:
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    #202
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    You are welcome.
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    Two reasons I did not respond to the troll before your excellent post.
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    1. I came online after you had already posted your excellent comments.
    2. I don’t read and respond to trolls’ posts any more. But I will acknowledge a fan’s post.
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    It is nice to see more JP fans coming out of lurking and giving their points of view. I hope you will keep it up. It is very much appreciated by me, and I hope more fans who lurk will do likewise.

  • Wonderbust

    Just so fans are prepared NBR has very off the wall choices so TYAS will more than likely not win anything. Just check the past years winners. They love Weinstein. Clooney, and WB so expect those wins. Just so no one freaks out, here are last years winners:
    Best Film: ZERO DARK THIRTY

    Best Director: Kathryn Bigelow, ZERO DARK THIRTY

    Best Actor: Bradley Cooper, SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK

    Best Actress: Jessica Chastain, ZERO DARK THIRTY

    Best Supporting Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio, DJANGO UNCHAINED

    Best Supporting Actress: Ann Dowd, COMPLIANCE

    Best Original Screenplay: Rian Johnson, LOOPER

    Best Adapted Screenplay: David O. Russell, SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK

    Best Animated Feature: WRECK-IT RALPH

    Special Achievement in Filmmaking: Ben Affleck, ARGO

    Breakthrough Actor: Tom Holland, THE IMPOSSIBLE

    Breakthrough Actress: Quvenzhané Wallis, BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD

    Best Directorial Debut: Benh Zeitlin, BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD

    Best Foreign Language Film: AMOUR

    Best Documentary: SEARCHING FOR SUGARMAN

    William K. Everson Film History Award: 50 YEARS OF BOND FILMS

    Best Ensemble: LES MISÉRABLES

    Spotlight Award: John Goodman (ARGO, FLIGHT, PARANORMAN, TROUBLE WITH THE CURVE)

    NBR Freedom of Expression Award: CENTRAL PARK FIVE

    NBR Freedom of Expression Award: PROMISED LAND

  • alana
  • Wonderbust

    LAFCA is Sunday here are last years wins:
    Best Picture:
    Amour
    Runner-up: The Master
    Best Director:
    Paul Thomas Anderson – The Master
    Runner-up: Kathryn Bigelow – Zero Dark Thirty
    Best Actor:
    Joaquin Phoenix – The Master
    Runner-up: Denis Lavant – Holy Motors
    Best Actress (tie):
    Jennifer Lawrence – Silver Linings Playbook
    Emmanuelle Riva – Amour
    Best Supporting Actor:
    Dwight Henry – Beasts of the Southern Wild
    Runner-up: Christoph Waltz – Django Unchained
    Best Supporting Actress:
    Amy Adams – The Master
    Runner-up: Anne Hathaway – The Dark Knight Rises and Les Misérables
    Best Screenplay:
    Chris Terrio – Argo
    Runner-up: David O. Russell – Silver Linings Playbook

  • Wonderbust

    So basically we won’t know who is winning until the televised awards in January like the BFCA, SAG, and Golden Globes :(

  • fiesta

    Wow- Roger F came out & said it- they want “stars” there…not to take away from Jlaw or RR, but how can what Lupita and Chiwetel did be ignored? Sad. TYAS is a film for the ages, regardless of shiny trophies. PT- I saw this on another site & thought that you might particularly enjoy this comment re GC:
    ___
    His buddy Brad has been talking about 70s movies and atheism for years in interviews, so I guess it is safe for George to follow suit now. No more trashing of Leo D & Russell C??? I guess his PR told him to stop because they are sick of issuing retractions. Yes, the Audrey/Grace thing is puzzling coming from a guy with his dating history and perhaps a bit revelatory. At least he seems to be honest with the girls-BUT poor Talia…married to him almost 5 years and he says she is not the love of his life…rude- I guess trolling for dates was more important than being classy.

  • Wonderbust

    What’s hilarious though is for months TammySal has been going on about Gravity and that movie wasn’t even a runner up for any awards at least Argo was a runner up for picture and director last year. Then yesterday he was all of a sudden a big Leo fan , that movie got no love not even runner up. So in a few hours he will be a huge David O Russel fan

  • Anustin

    @angie:
    @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@

    Fcking shi.t!!!!!how ur vaj know anjie has eating disorder ? Answer my azzz ….moron!

  • juju

    looking forward for unbroken
    angelina looks fantastic

  • Anustin

    @lucy:

    @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@

    Lucy,I’m lupita from day one.

  • juju

    @angie:
    ahahahaha
    don’t u get tired of repeating
    the same crap in all the threads
    almost NINE years
    .
    poor fat crazy thing
    ahaha
    just for u cause i know u love it

    beautiful skinny sexy angelina from 92 to 2012
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    http://www.imagebam.com/image/e7ae5b192763800

    .
    u should use the time u waste
    obsessing over angelina
    n get a life
    go to the gym
    lose that weight
    u gain in the last NINE years
    seating in front of the computer
    hating on someone
    because of a divorce
    it was not yours

  • AnalAngie & BackdoorBrad

    Just WOW… Jolie is like a stick figure. What is she doing? Smack? Ten enemas a day? What?

  • lissa

    She is so lovely.

  • Dawne

    What the trolls can’t stand its that Angie has that fab body naturally…..like her face…….all natural……..and her soul…….all natural………..so she has time to live a really big life……the wannabes who would kill to have her brain, body and face spend their every waking hour working on their attempt to look naturally beautiful leaving them no time for much else other than their clawing for a career and to be seen as hot……….eat it, haters. I’d kill for her body………most women would……let alone the face, heart and brain,…….and work ethic……….

    Shocked that TYAS did not win best picture in NY. Biases busy at work, I see. Most critics went over the top with praise but when push comes to shove…………hope the ‘Academy does the right thing……..

  • http://Justjared Susan

    OT
    Ken Paves is on QVC, selling a wig in the exact style of Ticky’s haircut, he is probably giving her a cut from these wigs.
    He is wearing one of the wigs, gosh he looks dreadful, maybe Ticky’s hair is so damaged, she is wearing a wig.
    This is so funny, the hair products she is hawking just is not doing it for her straw hair.

  • Jones

    A sun-kissed Angie in OZ is looking good. Love this woman’s energy. She’s totally in her element.
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    Svcks that TYAS, Chiwetel or Lupita were overlooked by the NY Film Critics. Although I’m happy for Cate Blanchett and Jared Leto. Cate killed it in Blue Jasmine and Jared threw down in Dallas Buyer’s Club. Other than that, a big disappointment…..and in NY of all places. Maybe I should prepare myself now before I get too far into award season.

  • jen the Hag

    the ring @ 12/03/2013 at 1:55 pm

    JLAW 23 years, three nominations …. pitty, she is the woman

    ding dong ding dong
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    Jennifer ANUSton 45 years Oscar = 0; People’s Choice Award – too many to mention (due to her fans voting via proxy server like tampon the gaywhore) and the best award of them all .. THE BEST DIRTBAG AWARD ..BWAHAHAHHAHAHH!!! DING..DING… DING !!!

  • Josephina

    @anustin:

    Yep. You’re right.

  • Question

    I thought old sal Aniston was besties with Ben Stiller??? Why wasn’t the old gal invited to his ceremony?? Maybe because real talent was only invited??

  • gia74

    @Susan:

    I thought her hair guy was someone else. that doesn’t look like the guy in those pics with her

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