2:06pm PST, Dec 13, 2021
Machine Gun Kelly remembers playing a role in the movie because Megan Fox will be in his scene
The romance between Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly may have been organic, but MGK knew what he was doing when he said yes to a role in the couple’s movie “Midnight in the Switchgrass.” When the musician was asked how they met during his recent appearance on “The Drew Barrymore Show,” he told Drew that he had said yes to the project just because he would be working with Megan. “We were filming… Ironically, the only reason I picked up the movie was because they were like, ‘Your scene with Megan Fox,’ and I was like, ‘I’m going to take the movie,'” he admitted, according to People. “I stayed out of the trailer, always my hunch. I’m fine and I’m so thankful for some reason I knew she’d invite me to lunch.” He said, just in time, someone approached him with a message, “Meghan wants to know if you want lunch in her trailer.” “Sure,” he said, join her in the trailer and apparently sparks started flying.” She walked in there and said, “How do you feel?” And I said, “I’m lost,” he continued. “She said, ‘Let’s find you.’ And I was like…she killed me. She was a cupid.” The stars announced their relationship in November 2020.
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Kim Kardashian says she passed ‘kids tape’ on the fourth try
Kim Kardashian West celebrates a milestone in her journey to becoming a lawyer. On December 13, the creator of SKIMS announced that she had finally passed the “Baby bar” exam while studying law through an apprenticeship. In a lengthy Instagram post — accompanied by photos of her wearing a chic, sparkly blue Balenciaga dress with a giant train — Kim explained what she went through before receiving the passing score on the test, which is awarded to first-year law students who do not attend state bar-accredited schools. It is difficult to pass them. “Looking in the mirror, I’m really proud of the woman looking back today in the reflection,” Kim wrote. “For anyone who doesn’t know my law school journey, I know this wasn’t easy or handed to me. I failed this exam 3 times in 2 years but I would come back every time and study hard and try again until I did!!! (I contracted COVID on the third day of my WA 104 experience but I’m not making excuses),” she joked. Explaining how “senior lawyers” warned of the “impossible journey” of not studying at a traditional law school, Kim said that “it was my only option and I feel It’s so good to be here and on my way to achieving my goals.” She continued to thank the lawyers I’ve trained with since 2018 and others, including her father, Robert Kardashian, who was also a lawyer and “I’d be very proud” to see her progress. “The bottom line is to never give up even when you hold a string, you can do it!!!!!Kim added at the end, urging followers, ‘Think about it and get it done because it looks so good once you get to the other side! “
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Armie Hammer leaves the treatment center
Armie Hammer is out of the treatment facility seeking help for drug, alcohol and sex addiction last spring “and he’s doing an amazing job.” This is according to his attorney, who confirmed the actor’s departure from the facility in a report published by People on December 13. The update comes as Armie, 35, has been accused of sexually assaulting several former partners, including a woman the actor claims he violently raped, leaving her fearing for her life. Armie has denied all allegations, including the rape allegation, which his lawyer described in Peebles’ statement was “totally consensual, previously discussed and agreed upon, and mutually participatory.” Despite his denials, Armie has lost several actors and film roles as a result of the allegations. Although the attorney did not say when Armie ended his treatment, TMZ reported in In mid-October he stayed at the same Florida facility where he checked in about six months ago.
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Kim Cattrall “excites” tweets about her absence from the Sex and the City reboot
With “And Just Like That…” airing on HBO Max, Kim Cattrall — who played Samantha Jones in the original series but publicly refused to be part of the “Sex and the City” reboot — noted Twitter reactions to her absence in the days Last. Over the weekend, Page Six spotted Kim “liking” a tweet from a publicist that showed “Kim Cattrall is not in the SATC reboot” in the list of “popular culture news items” has “expended.” Kim also gave her her stamp of approval with a prank tweet that read, “Kim Cattrall is not back at SATC because her choppy career finally started,” as well as a post directed at her that was praised by a self-described fan. “To make the choices that are right for you,” even as her character’s name on the new show is called out. Little spoiler is right here… in the first episode of “And Just Like…” we find out that Samantha has left the proverbial building by taking on a new job in London – a move that Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) believes was in response to the… Samantha fired her as her publicist. In real life, meanwhile, opting out of Kim’s reboot escalated a long and well-documented feud between the two.
Snoop Dogg reveals the 2022 Golden Globe nominations, and the nominees are largely silent on social media
On December 13, Snoop Dogg announced the nominees for the 2022 Golden Globe Awards in response to… well, cockroaches mostly. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), which votes on and directs the annual awards ceremony, has been mired in controversy since the Los Angeles Times revealed in February that it had no black members in its ranks of 87 electors. It wasn’t a great look for an awards show that seemed to routinely overlook the performance of people of color in the nomination and winner choices. The organization has since announced major changes to address the diversity issue, including the addition of six new black members (out of a total of 21 new members). But a host of stars and media groups have already pledged not to work with the Globes until the organization can demonstrate progress. NBC, which has broadcast the party before, was among them and will not air the show this year, leaving it without a broadcast plan. As for the nominees – most if not all of whom didn’t acknowledge their gestures on social media hours after Snoop’s announcement – Dog Power and Belfast received seven nominations each. In the TV series section, “Succession” topped the list with five nods, while “Ted Lasso” and “The Morning Show” scored four each. The Best Actress nominees for 2022 are Lady Gaga, Kristen Stewart, Nicole Kidman, Olivia Colman and Jessica Chastain. The list of the best competing actors is more diverse, with Javier Bardem and Benedict Cumberbatch joining Denzel Washington, Mahershala Ali and Will Smith. The 2022 Golden Globe Awards are scheduled for January 9, the same date as the 2022 Critics’ Choice Awards.
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Megan Thee Stallion honored with Houston Humanitarian Award
Megan Thee Stallion is officially a college graduate – and also a humanitarian hero in her hometown of Houston. The rapper, 26, graduated from Texas Southern University with a degree in health administration on December 11. The following day, Houston Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee presented her with the 18th Congressional District Humanitarian Award, according to ABC 13. While presenting Meghan’s award, the congresswoman explained that the honor is for those who “show humanity” and “help without asking,” Noting that the honor “was not given to many or to many.” Megan’s recent philanthropy in H-town has included a six-figure donation to the nonprofit Houston Random Acts of Kindness, as well as her efforts to rebuild and repair homes for single mothers and elderly people in Houston after the historic freeze that recently hit the area. winter. Citing her “responsibility to look after the city that takes care of me,” Meg dedicated her award to her grandmother, who said she “taught me how to be the woman I am today.” In closing, the star added that while she is grateful for the “recognition,” she finds “more pride knowing I used my voice and my resources to put smiles on people’s faces and make a tangible difference in Houston.”
Dr. Oz to end a long-running talk show, focus on Senate campaign
As Mehmet Oz turns his attention to the Pennsylvania Senate campaign, the controversial television show of the famous doctor will end after 13 seasons. According to an announcement by Sony, via The Wrap, “The Dr. Oz Show” will air the final installment of the health and wellness talk show on January 14, 2022. Instead, the network will show “The Good Taste” featuring Muhammed’s daughter, Daphne Oz, along with “Top Chef” judge Jill Simmons and chef Jamaica Pessoa, who previously won”Next Food Star. Mohammed, who has faced criticism from medical professionals for promoting potentially dangerous and unproven treatments, said in his campaign run announcement.He was inspired to seek a position due to the government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which he claimed had been “sponsored by” the public. Daphne’s “The Good Taste” premieres January 17th.
Will Travis Scott make the Coachella headlines after the Astroworld tragedy?
In the wake of crowd chaos that killed 10 and injured hundreds at the Travis Scott Astroworld Festival on November 5, the rapper was reportedly delisted from his main venue at the 2022 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Station KESQ in Palm Springs, California, was the first to report a change The lineup after a Change.org petition garnered thousands of signatures supporting Travis’ removal from the bill. While representatives for Travis and Coachella have yet to confirm the report, sources recently told Variety that the festival has already reached out to Travis’ agent about his rumored plan to replace the rapper. If true, the cancellation could be devastating for Travis, who has already struck business deals and other partnerships that have been canceled amid the Astroworld fallout. Travis is currently facing hundreds of lawsuits, along with producers Astroworld Live Nation and Drake.