“Dancing With The Stars” might’ve cemented Normani Kordei’s reputation as a dancer, but gravity brings everyone down. The Fifth Harmony singer famously fell live on national television earlier this year before an expert recovery. History repeated itself in a new video from 5H’s “PSA Tour” in which she does it again.
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Chance the Rapper played a sold-out show at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles Tuesday night. The gig was a celebrity magnet, and social media posts from the stars who attended make it clear Chance crushed it on stage.
Chance’s number one fan Zac Efron was there with his brother and a group of friends. They snapped a group pic with the stage in the background, a surprisingly low-key post from Zac, who’s normally a little bit obsessive about Chance and his music.
Zendaya sat down with fellow actress Yara Shahidi for an interview in Glamour Magazine‘s November issue, for which she is also the cover star. The “Black-ish” actress got Zendaya to open up about race on the Disney Channel, using her social media platform to be the voice of her generation and the power of Beyoncé.
NFL football meant a lot more than wins and losses on Sunday. It’s been over a year since Colin Kaepernick first sat through “The Star-Spangled Banner” before a game. While Colin has found himself without a job this season, his protest is still gaining traction–especially after the new president weighed in.
Yara Shahidi loves to make a statement at an awards show. She’s written passionately about diversity and talked politics on stage during an acceptance speech before. At the 2017 Primetime Emmys on Sunday, however, Yara decided to make a fashion statement instead.
The “Grown-ish” actress was there as “Black-ish” was nominated and lost for “Outstanding Comedy Series.” While her show and its two stars didn’t pick up a win, Yara was clearly a winner in a custom Prada dress on the red carpet.
Lauren Jauregui isn’t the only one disgusted by President Donald Trump’s decision to end the DACA program. Over 800,000 legally documented immigrants who were brought into the U.S. by their parents could now be sent back to a country they’ve never thought of as home.