SHOP NOW Last week, the 33-year-old opted for a more casual ensemble as she attended Katie's baby shower. While there appeared to be a pastel dress code, with the majority of the family opting for summer dresses, Michelle stood out in pale blue jeans, a black jacket and matching black and white converse. … [Read more...] about Michelle Keegan’s figure-hugging date night dress will leave you speechless
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Update, 12:00 a.m., June 19: Teyana Taylor’s latest LP, aptly titled The Album, has officially dropped, as promised, at midnight on Juneteenth. Future, Davido, Big Sean, and King Combs join Rick Ross, Erykah Badu, Quavo, Kehlani, Missy Elliot, and Ms. Lauryn Hill and lend their talents to the 23-track album, now available on all streaming platforms. … [Read more...] about Support Black Artists and Stream Teyana Taylor’s
At the top of Ronan’s monologue, she acknowledges that she is “extremely Irish” with “an extremely Irish name” that is difficult for Americans to say properly. In order to avoid mispronunciations like the ones she gets from Leslie Jones (“Circe! Sushi?”), Ronan sings a little ditty about her name that she ostensibly wrote when she was a child. It’s a catchy tune, but lyrically complicated and a bit too difficult to reproduce here. “Honey,” Kate McKinnon says, “The song is not as helpful as you think.” Nevertheless, Ronan tries to get other cast members onboard, including Beck Bennett — who has a very dumb song about his name that he wants to share. It’s simple and fun and addresses the elephant in the room. By the way, “Saoirse” rhymes with “inertia.” … [Read more...] about Recap: Saoirse Ronan Explains How to Pronounce Her Name
But more important, it’s a sign that the Academy is increasingly comfortable stepping into the role outsiders have long assigned it: Hollywood’s official ambassador to the outside world. If it’s going to be held publicly responsible for the industry’s problems — something its employees have long grumbled about in private — this is the Academy stepping into that responsibility and, for the first time, dictating terms of its own. It’s an interesting, and slightly surprising, power shift. But not an unwelcome one. … [Read more...] about What the Oscars’ New Diversity Initiative Does — and Doesn’t — Do
Friday Night Lights (5 seasons, 2006–2011)Zach Gilford (Matt Saracen), Adrianne Palicki (Tyra Collette), Scott Porter (Jason Street), Minka Kelly (Lyla Garrity), Gaius Charles (Smash Williams)Season 3, episode 13, “Tomorrow Blues” (with the exception of Charles, who left in episode four, “Hello, Goodbye”; and Porter, who left in episode 7, “New York, New York”)They all graduated — sort of, this takes some explaining. Friday Night Lights is one of the few high-school-TV shows to commit to its setting rather than just its characters, which meant that, as the series characters aged into senior year, it had to reckon with their future all at once (except for Landry, who the series decided was one year younger than everyone else). Some characters returned to Dillon, Texas, occasionally, but, as happens in life, most everyone ended going in different directions. In order of increasing heartbreak:After sustaining an injury in playoffs with the … [Read more...] about What Happens When Actors Leave High-School-TV Shows?