She's expecting a baby boy with Def Jam record executive Alexzander 'A.E' Edwards in October. And Amber Rose hid her growing baby bump beneath a Juice Wrld T-shirt on Saturday, as the 35-year-old model left a nail spa in Los Angeles. The ex girlfriend of Kanye West wore a blonde wig for the outing. Amber went casual for the pamper session, slipping her curvaceous form into gray sweatpants. On her feet she wore white Nike sliders. The mother-of-one carried car keys and a water bottle, and her T-shirt showed off her abundant ink work across her bare arms. Her boy: The blonde bombshell has one child already, six-year-old son Sebastian Taylor Thomaz with rapper Wiz Khalifa The blonde bombshell
The Migos member also teased a track from the upcoming 'Father of 4' deluxe edition.
Rebecca Guinness, one of the heirs to the Guinness fortune, has a distinguished admirer of her children's clothing company Elfie. The London retailer has doubtless had a boost from the recent birthday snaps of Prince Louis, second son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who was wearing one of Elfie's “frog” jumpers. The Guinness brand has proved its staying power over the past 259-odd years. Rebecca is going the right way with Elfie, as Prince Louis's jumper was a hand-me-down from big brother George. A kid's jumper that lasts nearly six years is definitely a keeper. Rebecca is the daughter of Mary Wilson Price, who was once married to author JP Donleavy and Finn Guinness. Rebecca's biological
CANNES, France (AP) — History could be made when the top award of the Cannes Film Festival, the Palme d'Or, is handed out Saturday. The Palme d'Or is decided by a nine-person jury, headed this year by the filmmaker Alejandro Inarritu. Their deliberations are done in secret, so what will win is always a guessing game. But milestone victories could occur if some of the festival's most acclaimed films were to win. If French director Celine Sciamma's period love story "Portrait of a Lady on Fire" won, it would be the first time a female filmmaker has won the Palme d'Or outright. Sciamma's movie, about two women in 18th century France, has been hailed as feminist masterpiece. The only previous female
Yeah, yeah, it's only been a little over a year since the post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama A Quiet Place took theaters by storm. But we're impatient and, ever since learning there would be a follow-up, we want the next installment now. While we aren't entirely getting our way, the sequel to A Quiet Place just got moved up — per Variety, Paramount Pictures announced the news on Friday. So, the movie gods must be smiling down on us a little bit, eh? A quick refresher: The film follows a family struggling to survive in a bleak post-apocalyptic world filled with presumably extraterrestrial creatures with exceptional sensitivity to sound. It's the element of silence that, in part, makes the success of
MONTREAL — It was 50 years ago today, John and Yoko told the band to play. The week-long bed-in that saw a pyjama-clad John Lennon and Yoko Ono host a parade of journalists, LSD gurus, counterculture luminaries and hangers-on in their Montreal hotel suite kicked off on May 25, 1969, and culminated in the on-site recording of "Give Peace a Chance." A half-century later, the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel is celebrating their storied pacifist pitch to the world with an art exhibition and tours of the suite they occupied. "We wanted everybody to enjoy the feeling of the bed-in and to understand, because newer generations don't know about it. Some don't know who John Lennon is," said Joanne Papineau,
Without a trace of embarrassment, Madison Square Garden, the New York venue in which Katie Taylor takes on Delfine Persoon in an attempt to unify the lightweight division on Saturday, bills itself as 'the world's most famous arena'. It certainly was on the evening of March 8, 1971, when Muhammad Ali fought Joe Frazier in the first of their trilogy of battles. For once, the Fight-of-the-Century billing was no exaggeration. It was the first time two unbeaten heavyweight champions had fought and the attention of the world seemed indeed to be focussed on the ring. Celebrities? Just a few. Where else might Barbra Streisand, the Apollo 14 astronauts (just back from the moon), Miles Davis, Ted Kennedy,
David Tennant has suffered from anxiety since he was a boy and says he worries constantly about “not being good enough, about being found out”. The actor, who is best known for starring in Doctor Who, tells today's issue of The Sunday Times Magazine: “I don't think you would describe it as anxiety when I was in Paisley aged 10. It feels like a modern, London way of describing it. But I've always had insecurity, a lack of self-confidence, which is classic [for an actor].” Tennant, who revealed this weekend that his wife, Georgia Moffett, is expecting their fifth child, gives anxiety as the reason he does not do social media. “I'd worry it wasn't witty enough, or didn't take the right moral standpoint.
Ann Francke has it in for David Brent. The chief executive of the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) blames Ricky Gervais for propagating an “anti-role model” that reinforced stereotypes about middle managers. With a sigh, she concedes that the reputational damage wrought by The Office might be beyond repair. “It's so unfair,” says Francke, her American accent still pronounced after 26 years in Britain. “Middle managers are incredibly important, often overlooked and unfairly maligned.” Although making a genuine (and on-message) point about the need for good management, Francke is not being entirely serious. Indeed, while she is not quite a chilled-out entertainer, the boss of the CMI is far
His chief executive has quit, his care home business has collapsed and investors have rejected his plans for a £3bn fund — but Guy Hands, once the City's star financier, has something more important on his mind: roast potatoes. He has admitted developing a bizarre addiction to them, to the point where he has been visiting expensive restaurants to order nothing but roast potatoes — up to 10 at a time — with gravy. “If I went to a restaurant I'd ask for roast potatoes and gravy. I'd eat 10 roast potatoes easily,” he told MarketWatch, a financial journal. “Forget the rest. Just give me roast potatoes and gravy,” he said. Hands, who is diabetic, said his roastie obsession could also disrupt meals
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama country singer Dexter Roberts has come in third place on Season 16 of NBC's "The Voice." Roberts competed on celebrity country crooner Blake Shelton's team during the reality series, Al.com reported. The 27-year-old from Fayette was beat out for the top spot by Maelyn Jarmon, a 26-year-old pop singer from Frisco, Texas. "It's so overwhelming, man," Roberts said during the show. "I come from a small, small town. Things like this don't happen to people like me." During Monday night's episode, Shelton praised Roberts' talent and work ethic. "You're always classy. You always do your job. Literally, like the next George Strait standing up there," Shelton said. Roberts