Sia is helping teach kids about the letter “S” during an appearance on Sesame Street and she even showed off her face during the video!
The 41-year-old entertainer wore her signature wig and giant bow on top of her head, but she also showed off her face while wearing a red ball on her nose.
“S is for Song! Sia joins some of your furry friends from Sesame Street to sing about how much they love songs! Songs can make you feel so good you just want to sing it out loud!” the caption for the video reads.
“Omg I had such a good time at G -A -Y Club! On this night!!! I can’t even begin to explain the love that I felt from u guys tonight! I will be back with a vengeance,” Jennifer captioned with her Instagram post. “Special thank u to my lovely dancers tonight! Yal really could be super models too! Team Jhud is constantly spreading !!!! Jhud take over!”
Harrison Ford doesn't let a few in-flight incidents prevent him from flying his airplane. He was spotted taking off with wife Calista Flockhart and son Liam this past weekend at Santa Monica Airport. This comes after he mistakenly landed on a taxiway reecntly.
The 24-year-old actress and entertainer and the 27-year-old singer walked through Guarulhos International Airport on Sunday (March 26) in São Paulo, Brazil. Selenaflew to the country to watch The Weeknd perform live in town.
Angelina Jolie is opening up about her kids in a new interview, in which she discusses where she sees her life going in ten years time.
“I imagine I will spend my days traveling from country to country to visit our children, who I expect will live around the world,” the 41-year-old actress told Hello magazine.
“I think some will be interested in the international work I do, and I would love to partner with them as I continue. I imagine I will be less involved in film and be focused more on family and foreign affairs,” she added.
Rachel Dolezal is back in the media while promoting her new book “In Full Color” and she corrected Today‘s Savannah Guthrie during a question about her racial identity.
Savannah asked why she says she is a member of the African-American community and pointed out that this could be the disconnect that the public has with her story.
“I don’t identify as African-American, I identify as black,” Rachel said. “I am part of the pan-African diaspora.”
“I definitely feel like, in America, even though race is a social construct and we’ve acknowledged this in academia and in science, there’s still a line drawn in the sand, there still are sides, politically there’s a black side and a white side, and I stand unapologetically on the black side,” Rachel added. “I stand with my own internal sense and values. I stand with my sons. I stand with my sister. And I also stand there really with the greater cause of challenging the myth of white supremacy.”