"I actually really want to recreate this TikTok with Jett and Bunny," said Princess, referring to her half-siblings. "I mean, I can't really do it with my mum and dad because they're not together, so that would be a bit awkward." Laughing, she added: "So I might have to redo that with Jett and Bunny one time." … [Read more...] about Peter Andre’s daughter makes very rare comment about parents’ divorce
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The show will remember Cory's character Finn Hudson and deal with the subject of drug abuse. Lea recently tweeted a picture from the set of Glee of her wearing a necklace that paid tribute to Cory's character Finn while they were filming the special episode. The show will start off with the news that Finn has died, and follow through with the characters remembering and honouring him. Lea is not expected to appear until the end of the episode. "Just read Cory Monteith memorial episode," tweeted Jane Lynch, who plays sports coach Sue Sylvester in the show, earlier this week. "Most beautiful thing. Thank you, @MrRPMurphy @BFalchuk Ian Brennan." The cast of Glee have been working hard to support and comfort each other, and Lea is said to be doing an "amazing" job at holding her co-stars together. "Lea has been amazing," a source told HollywoodLife. "She is definitely very sad, but has gotten so much better and has really been strong. "The whole crew and cast are … [Read more...] about Photo released of Cory Monteith Glee farewell episode as Lea Michele shares pictures from the set
Amanda's fans flocked to the comments section, with many replying that Hollie is taking after her mum in the looks department. "Mini Amanda," one wrote, while another posted: "Gorg! She's a mini you!" A third commented, "She's beautiful just like moma," while another noted: "She looks like Emma Watson. Beautiful." … [Read more...] about Amanda Holden shares gorgeous photo of her mini-me daughter Hollie
And the irony is, when a playwright does write that rare play about the fuzz, it’s extraordinary in some way. You can’t say the theater isn’t suited to cop stories: Sometimes, the police play is the peak in a career; occasionally, it’s the writer’s first or lone theatrical success. Here, according to my research (two stars) and murky memory (one star) are the post-1980 American plays produced in New York about the cops: Dennis McIntyre’s all-but-disappeared Split Second (1984), Tracy Letts’s lurid debut Killer Joe (1993), Adrienne Kennedy’s enraging Sleep Deprivation Chamber (1996), Kenneth Lonergan’s sly Lobby Hero (2001), Kia Corthron’s empathetic Force Continuum (2001), Keith Huff’s blockbuster A Steady Rain (2007), Christopher Demos-Brown’s heartbroken American Son (2016), and Antoinette Nwandu’s Beckettian Pass Over (2018). Fans of New York’s experimental theater will also remember the Debate … [Read more...] about Gee, Officer: Why Are There So Few Plays About Cops?
This isn’t the most apt comparison, but since we had a conversation about our mutual love of Twin Peaks earlier this year, Tim’s scene reminded me of Catherine Coulson’s scenes in The Return — despite being in recovery mode, he still managed to film a moment for the benefit of the show and its fans. He was remarkable. was the reason why we decided to do it anyway. We pushed it as far as we could and that was the last scene we shot. A couple of weeks ago is when we finally wrapped the movie. We got lucky and Tim crushed it. The movie didn’t feel real or complete to us until we did that. In a way, it’s pretty fresh in our minds that we got closure out of it and wrapped it up. It was a beautiful day, and I’ll never forget it as long as I live. … [Read more...] about How James Roday Rewrote