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›  Why Zoe Saldana Is Cool Buying Her Sons' Clothes In The Girls' Section




When shopping for clothes for her three sons, Zoe Saldana cares more about whether her kids like the clothes than the section in which she finds them.


In an interview with Refinery29, the “Guardians of the Galaxy” actress explained how she picks out toys and clothes for Zen, her youngest son whom she welcomed earlier this year, and 2-year-old twins, Bowie and Cy. For her, it’s all about what her kids like, whether it’s a color, design or another detail of the clothing.


“We choose it because they need pants, they need shirts, and things like that,” she said. “But if they have a preference of a color or a shape or a person or an animal or a story, we will never choose things for them because of their gender.”


Saldana then told Refinery29 that her twins have actually been mistaken for girls because she and her husband, artist Marco Perego, dress them “quite colorfully.”










Saldana expressed the same sentiments in an interview with People earlier this month. She said Cy and Bowie have particularly been into picking out their shoes. Their preference? “Different pairs of glittery, bright pink trainers.”


“We get them their masculine ones. They don’t like those,” she said. “They want the glitter, the glitter bright pink ones, and we’re like, so be it.”


The mom of three also said she never avoids the girls’ section when shopping for her kids, who like wearing leggings and lots of color. Saldana simply wants to make sure her sons enjoy picking out their clothes. 


“So we find ourselves always sliding into the girls’ section, and we have fun.”


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›  'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' Trailer Has The Twist You Were Expecting



The king(sman) has returned.


The official trailer for “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” is here, and, what do you know, Colin Firth is back! 


The last time we saw Firth’s character, Harry Hart, Valentine (Samuel L. Jackson) was shooting him in the head. There’s even a moment where a disgusted Valentine asks if he is, in fact, dead. 


“That tends to happen when you shoot someone in the head,” replies Gazelle (Sofia Boutella).  





Firth is a Kingsman, though. He’s not going to let that hold him back.


We knew the character’s return was imminent from Firth’s name appearing on the poster for the new movie, and sure enough, one scene in the trailer shows Hart? now donning an eyepatch — much to the surprise of Eggsy (Taron Egerton).


The eyepatch gives Firth a very Nick Fury-like feel, which is Sam Jackson’s character in the Marvel movies. Egerton also previously teased that the first movie was like “Captain America,” and the follow-up is more like “Avengers.” 


What does this all mean? Who knows? But Jackson better come back, too. 







Perhaps the strangest twist in trailer is the ending montage naming all the big actors in the film. There’s Julianne Moore, Halle Berry, Channing Tatum and Jeff Bridges. But then Pedro Pascal, aka Oberyn Martell from “Game of Thrones,” shows up and doesn’t get a name-drop. 


He just appears and is all like, “Here I am!” (Crickets ...)




Why did they do that? It’s weird. Is this payback for Oberyn not finishing the Mountain on “Game of Thrones” when he had the chance?


For now, we’re guessing it’s just an awkward edit. Today is not the day our hype dies. 







 


 


 

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›  Here's Why Billy Porter Sees His New Album As An Act Of Resistance





Billy Porter likes to think of his new album as “resistance with sass.”


For “Billy Porter Presents: The Soul of Richard Rodgers,” the Tony-winning “Kinky Boots” star puts a fresh, contemporary spin on 12 classics from the Rodgers songbook. He’s called in a few A-list collaborators, too, including India.Arie, Pentatonix and “Hamilton” veterans Renee Elise Goldsberry, Christopher Jackson and Leslie Odom, Jr.


Many of Rodgers’ contributions to musical theater, of course, have gone on to become staples of Americana. Though musicals like “Carousel” and “The Sound of Music” have been performed countless times around the world, Porter feels the political messages at the core of those shows still resonate today.


“Because they’re so popular, because they’ve become so ubiquitous in our culture, because we’ve seen high schools do them, all of the politics have been sucked out of these shows,” Porter, 47, told HuffPost. “These people were pushing the envelope way back then! They were pushing it through art, and having these conversations through their work. It was thrilling!”


For Porter, “Billy Porter Presents: The Soul of Richard Rodgers” fit perfectly into what he described as his “life’s mission,” which is to show “how the past influences the present and, hopefully, the future.”



“Richard Rodgers’s music transcends time, race, ideology – everybody on the planet, even if they think they don’t know a Richard Rodgers song, probably knows one,” he said. “Pop music used to come from the theater, and the charge was lead by Richard Rodgers and his collaborators. They were the Kanye Wests, the Drakes, the Adeles of their day.”


Though he began recording his album well before President Donald Trump’s surprise victory in November, Porter said the 2016 election had a heavy influence on the final product, which hit retailers April 7. The actor-singer dropped the album’s first single, a plaintive “Edelweiss,” on Inauguration Day, because the “Sound of Music” ballad is “a prayer for a country in crisis.” Similarly, the actor-singer originally had a female vocalist in mind for the “South Pacific” ditty, “I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair,” but instead, he hit the studio with Todrick Hall to record it as a duet.


“They’ve taken gay men off the census, so we have to stay visible. They want to erase our presence,” Porter said. “We have to be active, and as artists, we get to do that through art. This is when we are needed the most.”


It’s been a particularly busy few months for Porter. In addition to “Billy Porter Presents: The Soul of Richard Rodgers” and a series of concert engagements, the star is at work on two new plays. The first, he said, is called “The Untitled Sex Project” about “the lost generation of gay men who lived through the AIDS crisis who… know how to fight, but don’t know how to live,” and is currently in development at New York’s Public Theater. The second will be a contemporary gospel musical that has the working title “Sanctuary.”  



On a personal note, Porter married his longtime partner, Adam Smith, in New York on Jan. 14, just 16 days after getting engaged. Trump’s rise to power, he said, was the impetus for the couple’s decision to tie the knot so quickly. “I’ve been in this climate before,” he explained. “I lived through the AIDS crisis; I’ve been on the front lines fighting for a lot. I knew what was coming and I didn’t want to do it alone, and we were going to get married anyway, so it was just like, ‘Let’s do this now please!’”


The conflux of politics and Broadway theater has made headlines as of late. In November, the smash musical “Hamilton” faced a conservative backlash after one of its stars, Brandon Victor Dixon, delivered an impassioned speech to Vice President Mike Pence when he attended a performance. 


Porter, who collaborated with Dixon on “Billy Porter Presents: The Soul of Richard Rodgers,” said he isn’t concerned about similar repercussions for getting political. “I call bullsh*t on that,” he said. “It’s been since the beginning of time that artists have been the ones who speak truth to power, and they know it. I stand on the shoulders of the people who came before me, and I will never be silenced.”


Listen to “Billy Porter Presents: The Soul of Richard Rodgers” below. 








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›  Channing Tatum And Jenna Dewan's First Night Together Involved Uggs And Tequila



Some relationships begin with a coffee date or a trip to the movies. Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum’s started with a sombrero and Ugg boots. And yes, there was alcohol involved. 


During her appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Tuesday, Jenna dished on her first night with Channing, which occurred while the two were filming “Step Up.” 


“He did this whole thing where he didn’t want to be in a relationship, so I was like, ‘Look, if you want to date other people and be free, that’s fine, but we’re not going to hang out and watch movies. You’ve got to figure out what you want, because I know I want to be in a relationship,’” Jenna, 36, told host Ellen DeGeneres. 


A couple days later, Channing went out for a “crazy wild tequila” night with fellow “Step Up” cast members and dancers. As Jenna recalled, “He said he had the chance ‘to be free’ and he couldn’t stop thinking about me.” 


Around two in the morning after his rager, Channing went up to Jenna’s hotel room and started banging on the door. 


“I go and open the door — he’s going to kill me for this — he’s naked ? no, sorry, he has underwear, a sombrero and Ugg boots, and he’s like, ‘Let’s do this.’” 


Channing ended up spending the night in Jenna’s room, and of course, was still there in the morning. Production assistants on set were scrambling to find him, until Jenna ? who had an earlier call time ? told one of them where he was. When the actor finally walked onto set, he was met with applause. 


And that’s how it all began. Now, the couple, who’ve been married since 2009, share 3-year-old daughter Everly and continue to restore our faith in Hollywood romances.  






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›  So Chris Pratt Is Officially Over Taking Selfies With You

Even the most charming of Hollywood charmers has a limit, and for Chris Pratt it’s taking photos with fans. 


The “Guardians of the Galaxy” star is known as one of the friendliest guys around and a master of the selfie game in his own right, but the pressures of being a public figure are clearly getting to him. 


Speaking to Cigar Aficionado about his new philosophy when it comes to fan interactions, Pratt says sometimes he just wants to feel normal again. 


“I’ve always been a pretty deferential, go-with-the-flow guy. But now I have to be economical with my time,” Pratt explained. “If I go out and want to do normal things, I have to be comfortable disappointing people.”


“I just don’t take pictures with people,” he added. “Because that’s not about enjoying the moment; it’s about stealing the moment to brag about later.”


Now, instead of posing for pictures, he bargains his adoring public down from a selfie to a good old fashioned handshake. 


“So, I say, ‘Would you settle for a handshake?’ And then they take the picture anyway,” Pratt said. 


For the 37-year-old actor, it seems fame has been a fickle thing. Remember, he’s just another blue-collar American guy with a couple of multi-million dollar movie franchises. Apparently, all he wants is to strike up a conversation with randoms on the street without the hassle. 


“It’s tough sometimes, the amount of management you need to do on things you used to do spontaneously,” he revealed. “What I really miss is sitting down and talking to strangers who don’t know me, so we can discover each other. I’d say the majority of people I meet have an idea about me before they meet me. There’s something nice to being able to surprise somebody.”


For the record, we’ll take a handshake anytime. 

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›  21 Dazzling Photos Of Jazz Legend Ella Fitzgerald Over The Years

Ella Fitzgerald’s voice was so powerful and sultry that it makes sense why she is often referred to as the First Lady of Song.


But that’s not the only moniker she was given for her earth-shattering voice. In the nearly 80 years she lived, Lady Ella also came to be known as the Queen of Jazz ? a fitting name that reflected her inimitable influence on the genre.


Tuesday marks the 100-year anniversary of Fitzgerald’s birth on April 25, 1917, in Newport News, Virginia ? and it’s a perfect moment to reflect on how she overcame adversity and achieved unprecedented success in her career as a black woman at the height of Jim Crow. Fitzgerald first gained recognition in 1934 after singing during amateur night at the Apollo Theater in Harlem and went on to win several other singing competitions. Lady Ella impressed crowds so much, she was quickly introduced to influential people in the music industry and attracted admirers everywhere. She soon landed a gig as a singer on tour with the Tiny Bradshaw band, performing in places like Harlem’s renowned Savoy Ballroom, before breaking into her own stardom with hit songs and albums.


Fitzgerald sold nearly 40 million albums, earned 13 Grammy Awards and worked alongside countless great jazz musicians before she died in 1996. In honor of her 100th birthday, let’s look back at moments that capture Lady Ella’s elegance and energy:


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›  Pamela Anderson Continues To Stun In Her Ever-Evolving Make-Under

Pamela Anderson was fresh-faced and gorgeous at an Earth Day event over the weekend.


The 49-year-old actress and model chose a long-sleeved dress with a high neck and nude heels for an Eco Fashion Week event with Maison Simons and Greenpeace.



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The event celebrated Vivienne Westwood’s $115 “Save the Arctic” T-shirts. All proceeds from the shirt are donated to Greenpeace. The two have collaborated together before for the shirts and in January, Anderson was named the face of the designer’s spring/summer 2017 campaign. 






Over the past few months, Anderson has made appearances in a variety of gorgeous dresses. 





We are lovin’ these looks!  


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›  Here's A 'Secret' Behind April 25, AKA The 'Perfect Date'

For the past 17 years, we’ve known April 25 as the “perfect date.”


In the film “Miss Congeniality,” Cheryl Frasier (played by Heather Burns), better known as Miss Rhode Island, says the iconic line as an answer to a question posed by William Shatner’s Stan Fields during a beauty pageant.


Fields asks Frasier to “describe her perfect date,” to which she responds, “That’s a tough one. I’d have to say April 25. Because it’s not too hot, not too cold. All you need is a light jacket.”





The scene is adorable in its absurdity. And on Tuesday, April 25, William Shatner tweeted a fun fact about this very special day:






Apparently, April 25 is the birthday of director Donald Petrie’s wife. Awww. 


Well, we hope she’s got a light jacket on and is enjoying this “perfect date.”

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›  J.K. Rowling Highlights An Important Thread About The Realities Of Anxiety

Today Matt Haig, British author of the forthcoming novel How to Stop Time, tweeted feelingly about his anxiety, writing, “Anxiety is a tricky thing. However bad it is now it convinces you things will get worse. It’s like a Jaws soundtrack of the soul.”


He continued to describe his condition, which he says is improving, making clear the distinction between anxiety and worry. Shortly after, spurred by responses he got on Twitter he added, “Forgot that every time you say anything online about anxiety you get folk denying your reality.”


J.K. Rowling shared the thread and added to the conversation, noting that denying the existence of anxiety might indicate that said denier experiences anxiety him- or herself.






“Sadly, it’s often a giveaway,” Rowling tweeted. “’If you’re a liar, maybe the dark, scary place I keep locked up inside me isn’t real, either.’”


According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders affect 18 percent of the American population, making it the most common mental illness in the country. Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder ? both mentioned in Haig’s comments on Twitter ? affect 3.1 percent of Americans and 2.7 percent of Americans, respectively.


You can read Haig’s moving thread on the topic below:

































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›  Matt McGorry To Men Who Use Feminism To Get Laid: 'F**king Stop It'

Matt McGorry has some strong words for sleazy dudes who use feminism to get laid: Stop it. Actually, he said, “fucking stop it.” 


On April 19, the “Orange Is The New Black” and “How To Get Away With Murder” actor attended a screening, along with HuffPost, for The Representation Project’s 2015 documentary about masculinity, “The Mask You Live In.”


Mic caught up with McGorry at the event and asked the actor what he would say to men who use feminism as a tactic to hit on women.  


“Fucking stop it and examine your privileges,” McGorry told Mic. “If that’s what your desire is to use feminism for, then understand that you probably have a lot of work to do on yourself, not only to be a better ally but actually to be a happier human being,” adding that men “can’t be our truest and our happiest selves if our masculinity and our happiness is based on controlling others and manipulating others.” 


McGorry, who recently became an ambassador for The Representation Project, joined on a conversation with Jennifer Siebel Newsom, documentary maker and co-founder of The Representation Project, after the screening about toxic masculinity.


While fans have struggled with McGorry’s feminism (as a straight, white, privileged dude), the actor was quick to repeatedly point out his privilege.


When one audience member asked McGorry how he approaches people who don’t believe in the feminist cause, the actor was quick to hedge.


“The way that I deal with it, is the way I suggest only white people talk to other white people, only men talk to other men,” McGorry told the crowd of about 60 people. “I don’t think it’s my place to say how people of color should talk to white people or how women should educate men.”


So, from man to man, please don’t use feminism to pick up women. Just don’t. 


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›  Beyoncé Is Starting A Scholarship For Woke Women In College

Beyoncé is celebrating the one-year anniversary of her earth-shattering visual album “Lemonade” by helping young women pay for college.


The singer announced her new program Formation Scholars on Monday, named after her powerfully pro-black single “Formation.” The program, as a part of her #BeyGood initiative, will award young ladies “who are unafraid to think outside the box and are bold, creative, conscious and confident” for the 2017-2018 school year.


One student from each participating school ? Berklee College of Music, Parsons School of Design and historically black college or universities Howard University and Spelman College ? will be selected. Formation Scholars will give four scholarships to an incoming, current or graduate student studying creative arts, music, literature or African-American studies. 



 


Beyoncé’s “Lemonade,” which recently earned the artist a Peabody award, has made an impact on college campuses before. In September, University of Texas at San Antonio offered a class on the album. Proffessors at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga dedicated a full week of workshops to unpacking the album and black womanhood.


Hands down, “Lemonade” is the gift that keeps on giving.

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›  Kim Kardashian Wore A Bikini *Gasp* And Piers Morgan Has A Problem With It





On today’s episode of Piers Morgan says gross things about women’s bodies, the British TV personality came for Kim Kardashian after she was photographed living her best life in a vintage Dior bikini.


The reality TV star has been vacationing with friends in Punta Mita, Mexico, this week to celebrate her sister Kourtney Kardashian’s 38th birthday. Apparently, that was license enough for Morgan to take a swipe at her on “Good Morning Britain” Tuesday for not being a walking Photoshop ad 24/7, 365 days a year. 


“The great thing about these pics is she’s not flawless like every other woman, like every other man, none of us is flawless. Present company excluded,” Morgan said in conversation about the mother of two’s body with co-host Susanna Reid.


Before anyone gives credit to Morgan for engaging in a discussion about toxic beauty standards, he promptly stuck his foot in his mouth when a clearly uncomfortable Reid defended Kardashian for showcasing her curves.





“I think we should celebrate cellulite, it’s a fact of life for, I’d say, 90 percent of women,” Reid said.


“Why would we celebrate it? We put up with it, tolerate it, but not accept it,” Morgan responded. “Flaws should not be celebrated.”


“My thoughts are she’s just launched her new emoji of her backside next to an ashtray which she’s called it ‘ass tray,’ so I think her posterior is fair game.” 


Morgan later doubled down on his stance over social media when Twitter promptly schooled him about the power of body positivity. 


“Cellulite is not a flaw. It is a feature of many bodies, regardless of gender, shape or size,” Reid wrote on Twitter. “The female body isn’t a flaw. Cellulite isn’t a flaw,” another Twitter user added. 






Kardashian apparently caught wind of the online criticism and took to Twitter to express herself and seemingly poke fun at her hairstylist Jen Atkin for “fat shaming” her on vacation. 














Morgan, of course, needed to have the last word and replied to Kardashian’s tweet about her “flawless body” with a thumbs up and smiling face emoji. 


Obviously, she’s is going to be just fine, because as her Snapchat below proves, nobody loves Kim Kardashian like Kim Kardashian. 



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