BTS fans are SLAMMING TicketMaster for making purchasing tickets to the South-Korean pop band's upcoming 'Map of the Soul' World Tour much more complicated than they would like! Members of the official BTS FanClub: The BTS Global Official Fanclub Army...
25-year-old 'Thank U, Next' superstar ARIANA GRANDE just released new behind-the-scenes footage from the filming of the amazing music video! In the just-released clips Ariana guides fans from behind the camera as they shoot some of the videos epic moments...
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46-year-old 'Underworld' actress Kate Beckinsale just penned the perfect response to someone who wrote 'AllLivesMatter' on Instagram! After Beckinsale posted about getting justice for Breonna Taylor, a black EMT and nurse who was killed by police in her home, a commenter posted underneath the post: "all lives matter." Kate fiercely responded to the comment, writing: "What’s really sad is you being pushy on a post about a woman’s death and saying ‘what about someone else’ actually does a disservice to the person you are trying to illuminate." Read her full comment below and let us know what you think:
'Glee' producer Marti Noxon may be coming to Lea Michele's defense after Lea's been publicly shamed for treating others terribly on-set! In a now deleted exchange on Twitter, Noxon claimed: "Re: @LeaMichele. Hey, I’m all for calling out bad behavior and even for some schadenfreude when that behavior is punished. That said, on GLEE there were LOTS of bad actors. Who were NOT women. People in the industry know who I’m talking about. Why aren’t we calling them out?" Noxon, who also worked as a writer and producer on 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer,' continued: "It seems to me that women are the first to go under the bus. But a lot of males get away with being the bullies-in-chief. How come we let them get away with it? Maybe it’s because as long as they earn someone money, they get a pass." Noxon was asked by a follower to name names, but she declined and stated: "I’m going to leave that to my male allies. It’s their turn." Take a look at the deleted posts below and let us know: WHO IS SHE TALKING ABOUT???? CORY MONTEITH?
Actor Iqbal Theba, 56, who played Principal Figgins on 'Glee' is coming to the defense of Lea Michele! Michele has been publicly called out for treating others badly during her time on the hit show; but Iqbal claims publicly on Twitter today: "Lot of people r assuming that @LeaMichele mistreated me. Let me state it clearly that I was never mistreated by her." He continues: "And if some of the cast were treated badly then she has apologized for it which is wonderful. But being called a racist is too heavy & unfair a burden 4 most of us, specially in these troubled times. So, please be compassionate, careful & responsible before we accuse anyone of this horrible thing called racism. I love each & everyone of my fellow cast members from our great show @OfficialGLEEtv Be safe & be well. Much love." Take a look at his message below and let us know what you think...COULD LEA MICHELE HAVE PAID HIM FOR HIS DEFENSE??? 2/2 of us, specially in these troubled times. So, please be compassionate, careful & responsible before we accuse anyone of this horrible thing called racism. I love each & everyone of my fellow cast members from...
The 38-year-old Duchess of Sussex - Meghan Markle, CRIES while talking about the death of George Floyd in police custody. During a virtual commencement speech for her former high school, Immaculate Heart in LA last night - Meghan said: "I’ve been planning on saying a few words to you for your graduation and as we all have seen over the past few weeks, what is happening in our country and in our state and in our hometown of LA has been absolutely devastating. Because George Floyd’s life mattered, and Breonna Taylor’s life mattered, and Philando Castile’s life mattered, and Tamir Rice’s life mattered, and so did so many other people whose names we know and whose names we don’t know. Stephon Clark. His life mattered." Meghan continues while beginning to CRY: "The first thing I want to say to you is that I’m sorry. I’m so sorry you have to grow up in a world where this is still present." She goes on to recall memories from the LA riots in 1992 after the death of Rodney King in police custody, saying: "I remember seeing men in the back of a van just holding guns and rifles. I remember pulling up...