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Timothee Chalamet & Frank Ocean Buddy Up at Louis Vuitton Men's Paris Fashion Show!

Timothee Chalamet and Frank Ocean keep it cool and casual as they sit alongside each other at the Louis Vuitton Menswear Fall/Winter 2019-2020 Show held as part of Paris Fashion Week on Thursday (January 17) in Paris, France.

The 23-year-old Beautiful Boy star and the 31-year-old Grammy-winning singer was joined by Naomi Campbell, Joel Edgerton, Kid Cudi, Natalia Vodianova, Kris Wu, J Balvin, Offset, JJ Lin, Takanori Iwata, Sita Abellan and Gunna as they all sat in the front row.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Timothee Chalamet

After the presentation, Timothee and the rest of the VIP guests made their way backstage to congratulate Virgil Abloh, the Louis Vuitton’s Men‘s Artistic Director.

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Frank Ocean Makes His Instagram Public, Goes Shirtless for 'Welcome' Post

You are now able to follow Frank Ocean on Instagram!

The 31-year-old singer has made his @blonded account public on the social media app and he has over 300 posts that you can peruse.

Frank posted a shirtless selfie on Thursday evening (November 15) and captioned it, “Welcome.”

There are plenty of selfies on Frank‘s account, as well as photos of some of his favorite women, including his mom. Fans have speculated for some time that the account was his as his mother was following it.

WILL YOU FOLLOW Frank Ocean’s newly-public page?

Frank Ocean Reportedly Wants to Be Taken Off Travis Scott's 'Astroworld' - Find Out Why!

  • Frank Ocean reportedly wants his feature removed from Travis Scott‘s Astroworld because of how his vocals were changed. – TMZ
  • Bet you can’t tell this is Justin Bieber in disguise! – Just Jared Jr
  • Lady Gaga made up a new word! – Lainey Gossip
  • This Missy Elliott surprise moment on Ellen is a must-see! – TooFab
  • Eminem is sending a message with his new video. – MTV
  • Hailey Baldwin reveals the sexiest thing Justin Bieber does! – Popsugar

Frank Ocean Covers 'Moon River' Stream, Download, & Lyrics - Listen Now!

Surprise! – Frank Ocean has a new song out!

The 30-year-old released a sultry cover of “Moon River” late Valentine’s Day (February 14) – and you can listen to it here!

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“Moon River” was originally sung by Audrey Hepburn in the iconic 1961 film Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

Frank dropped the song in a Tumblr post he captioned,”in the late nite.”

You can download Frank‘s new song off of iTunes here.

Listen to “Moon River” below!

Check out the lyrics inside…More Here! »

Timothee Chalamet Opens Up to Frank Ocean About Artistic Integrity & the Digital Age

Timothee Chalamet graces the cover of VMAN 39, out on newsstands on February 22.

Frank Ocean interviewed Timothee for the cover story.

Here’s what the 22-year-old Call Me Be Your Name star had to say:

On being called by his Call Me By Your Name character’s name: “That’s been happening. Though riding the 2 train or taking the M12 bus around the city, that hasn’t changed; I guess people don’t really give a f–k in New York. I actually get more people stopping me for Lady Bird, and going, ‘Is that the douchebag from Lady Bird?’ So that’s awesome.”

On nostalgia for the past: “I’m a total ‘nostalgist’ and Call Me By Your Name‘s director, Luca [Guadagnino], grew up in that time period. In fact, the book is set in ’88 and he changed it to ’83 because he said that was the year in your life you can hear music from. In the movie, there’s Talking Heads, The Psychedelic Furs, or just the Bach or Beethoven–those are all songs from Luca‘s youth, what it was like for him in Italy in the ’80s. Also, in 1988, the AIDS crisis had already hit and that was part of the reasoning for making [the film] a little bit earlier too, so it wasn’t as intense, and could be a little more utopic. What a tragedy for movies now that if you want to be contemporary, phones have to be involved, with texting and FaceTime. I don’t know if [the characters in] Call Me By Your Name would ever have that relationship if there was passive-aggressive commenting and ‘likes.’ They actually had to talk, figure each other out, and struggle with their emotions.”

On his passion for acting: “I had this feeling I couldn’t not act and yet to get there I really needed teachers, and one teacher in particular, to make me comfortable with failing. To be bad and get over it–that opened the floodgates.”

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