Steven Spielberg: Oprah would make a brilliant president and I will back her

January 12, 2018

Calling her the envoy of feeling, The Post director endorses Winfrey and says America needs a mindful, empathetic human being in the White House The undeclared but burgeoning campaign to elect Oprah Winfrey the next president of the United States has received another boost, with the full-throated approval of one of Hollywood’s biggest digits: Steven Spielberg. ” I suppose Oprah Winfrey would make an absolutely brilliant chairperson ,” the Oscar-winning…

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Matt Damon, stop #damonsplaining. You don’t understand sexual harassment | Hannah Jane Parkinson

December 21, 2017

If youre from a group that has never been suppressed for reasons of name you dont know what it feels like. The performer should know when to shut up, writes Guardian sponsor Hannah Jane Parkinson Oh, Matt Damon. Where did it all go wrong? Well, almost everywhere. Damon is currently the focus of a mixture of derision, feeling and disbelief after he made, in the gap of three days, numerou…

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Bryan Singer joins Kevin Spacey and the rest of sleazy Hollywoods usual suspects

December 8, 2017

The film director has been fired from its most recent Queen biopic, but as with all the other cases of bother, bullying and poison masculinity, what took Tinseltown so long? Round up the usual doubts, the public screamed, as Hollywood have committed themselves to scavenge all the sexual harassers, bullies and general a few examples of noxiou manlines out of its wardrobe. This turned out to be even easier than…

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Hillary Clinton meets Mary Beard: I would love to have told Trump: Back off, you creep

December 4, 2017

The presidential campaigner and the classicist discuss wins and losers Hillary Clinton is sequestered in a hotel room, presenting a big video interrogation, when Mary Beard arrives at Claridge’s. While she awaits outside on the sofa, though, it quickly is quite clear that the ace of this conversation is the classicist. One by one, members of Clinton’s staff approach in loving tones to proclaim her their heroine. Even a transfer…

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Have a happy homeopathic Christmas with Gwyneth Paltrow

December 3, 2017

Seasons greetings! Goops annual talent steer is out and, with $250 Christian Louboutin baby shoes and a errand to something called the The Integratron, theres something for everyone To America, where Gwyneth Paltrow’s enchanted reflect is the bearer of bad tidings. Now that Kellyanne Conway tweeted on Thursday,” homeopathics are the first front of explanation against ailments .” Like me, you are able to admire how Gwyneth really refuses to…

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David Cassidy ‘conscious’ after being hospitalised with organ failure

November 20, 2017

The 67 -year-old Partridge Family actor and singer is surrounded by their own families after being hastened to hospital in Florida, spokesman says US actor and singer David Cassidy is” conscious and surrounded by household”, his spokesman has told us, after he was admitted to infirmary for organ failing earlier this week. The Partridge Family star, 67, was raced to a Florida infirmary three days ago and requires a liver…

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Edward Enninful addresses diversity debate with first cover for British Vogue

November 9, 2017

Politics and culture push fashion world aside, with mixed-race prototype and feminist activist Adwoa Aboah as plaster star The first Vogue cover produced under Edward Enninful has been liberated, signalling the new editor’s mission to prepare political statements , not only style ones. The coverlines prepare no mention of tendencies, It pouches or new mascaras. Instead there is a directory of power players in politics and the arts, including Sadiq…

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Paddles, First Cat of New Zealand and social media star, dies after being hit by car

November 8, 2017

Jacinda Ardern, prime minister, writes of her sadness after her domesticated was killed shortly after moving into the PMs home in Auckland. The first ever” First Cat of New Zealand” has died after being hit by a vehicle near the prime minister’s home in Auckland. When Jacinda Ardern became New Zealand’s brand-new prime minister last-place month she also brought with her a polydactyl feline, mentioned Paddles. The cat had opposable…

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Bootsy Collins: LSD was a big part of why I left James Browns band

October 29, 2017

The musician, 66, tells Candice Pires about free love, Funkadelic, to access to earthly consciousness and coming away from being Bootsy My mother never said to me :” You can’t do that .” When it came to finishing high school or going on the road with Funkadelic was about imagination. I was 21 and there were no conventions. The better time was when we swept the border to Canada in…

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