It’s time for our Queens to get SNATCHED while giving us their best celebrity impression as our top six play the Snatch Game of Love!
S06E08 - “Snatch Game of Love” The All Stars serve up their best celebrity impressions in the dating show version of Snatch Game. Who's getting lucky? Guest judges Fortune Feimster and Cheyenne Jackson search fo the perfect snatch match; superstar designer Ms. Tina Knowels-Lawson critiques the queens on the runway.
TOP ALL STAR: [spoiler]Ginger Minj BOTTOM QUEENS: [spoiler]Pandora Boxx & Trinity K. Bonet LIP SYNC ASSASSIN: [spoiler]Heidi N Closet (Season 12) LIP SYNC SONG: [spoiler]Sugar Walls by Sheena Easton LIP SYNC WINNER: [spoiler]Ginger Minj ELIMINATED QUEEN: [spoiler]Pandora Boxx
source: yt + my $9.99 ad-free paramount+ subscription ontd, are you gagged about this weeks elimination?! who is in YOUR top four after next week?
Starring Addison Rae and Tanner Buchanan, He's All That reimagines the original plot of the 1999 teen classic She’s All That. The contemporary story follows an influencer (Addison Rae) who accepts a challenge to turn the school’s biggest loser (Tanner Buchanan) into prom king.
Lawless and O'Connor — who guest-stars on Lawless' crime dramedy My Life Is Murder — talk about potential 'Xena' reboot ideas, Xena and Gabrielle's status as queer icons, and more. https://t.co/I6ef9d5zK3
Designed to celebrate the return, temporary or not, of Broadway after 16 months of a shutdown, it will feature never before heard musical arrangements just for the broadcast, and probably more POC than the Universal movie adaptation, whenever that's happening.
Will be co-hosted by the musical’s original Broadway stars Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel, with performances by Mario Cantone, Gavin Creel, Ariana DeBose, Cynthia Erivo, Stephanie Hsu, Rita Moreno, Jennifer Nettles, Alex Newell, Isaac Powell, Amber Riley, Gabrielle Ruiz and Ali Stroker.
Will air on August 29th at 9 PM eastern on PBS, the site, and the video app.
Page Six has the inside scoop on September 13th's Met Gala, which is the fashion equivalent of the Oscars. The theme for this year is “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion,” and it will be hosted by Billie Eilish, Naomi Osaka, Amanda Gorman, and Timothée Chalamet, with honorary chairs Tom Ford, Instagram’s Adam Mosseri and Anna Wintour.
Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna, Emily Ratajkowski, Camila Cabello and Lupita Nyong’o are on the list. There's hope JLo and Ben Affleck make their couple re-debut on the red carpet.
Covid precautions will be followed. All attendees must provide proof of full vaccination and will also be expected to wear masks indoors except when eating or drinking.
The invite-only event — with solo tickets reportedly costing $30,000 and tables going for $275,000 — has already sold out.
While this year's event will be smaller and more intimate, there will still be a red carpet and a step and repeat on the iconic Met steps.
The menu will be entirely vegan with the theme “summertime picnic.”
Patricia Kennealy-Morrison, who died on July 21 at age 75, was a prolific, life-long writer who in the late 1960s helped pave the way for women in music journalism and later penned popular science fantasy novels and mysteries. https://t.co/ynh34MM27T
- a pagan and pioneering female rock journalist in the 60s and 70s, she later became a prolific sci-fi and mysteries author - always a controversial figure in The Doors fandom due to her insistence on being Jim Morrison's wife (despite a non-legally binding Celtic hand-fasting ceremony & Morrison's long-time partner and avowed soulmate Pamela Courson), she changed her name to Kennealy-Morrison after his death - she was an adviser on Oliver Stone's "The Doors" & even played a small role as the high priestness who "marries" fictional Jim and Patricia, but was later very critical of the movie and its portrayals - cause of death was complications from heart disease
Based on the acclaimed graphic novel series by Brian K Vaughan and Pia Guerra, Y: The Last Man is about a pandemic that kills all the men in the world, including the animals. Except for one and his pet monkey.
The show will start streaming on FX on Hulu September 13!
This weekend’s big studio release is The Suicide Squad. No, not the 2016 Suicide Squad... yes, with several of the same characters, but no, not a remake... also not a direct sequel... nor is it a reboot. If you’re still confused, know that this one doesn't star Jared Leto, so there’s that! In addition to movies about squads of Z-list villains, there are a lot more films coming out this weekend - check out the list below.
The films listed are from studios other than the “Big Six” - Paramount, Warner Brothers, 20th Century Fox, Universal, Columbia/Sony and Disney. Note that some of the movies listed are in their first week or two of limited release in the USA, so it may take them a few more weeks (or months) to show up in your local arthouse theater or on VOD. Check out the posts from the past few weeks for more movies that may have just opened near you: July 30th, July 23rd, and July 16th.
Stars: Adam Driver, Marion Cotillard, Simon Helberg, Rila Fukushima Writer: Ron Mael, Russell Mael Director: Leos Carax Genre: Drama, Musical Plot: A stand-up comedian and his opera singer wife have a 2 year old daughter with a surprising gift. What you should know: Director Leos Carax won Best Director at Cannes 2021. Where to watch: In select theaters; available on Amazon Prime August 20th
FC Barcelona has officially announced via Twitter that Messi is no longer part of the team.
The statement reads: "Despite FC Barcelona and Lionel Messi having reached an agreement and the clear intention of both parties to sign a new contract today, this cannot happen because of financial and structural obstacles (Spanish Liga regulations).
"As a result of this situation, Messi shall not be staying on at FC Barcelona. Both parties deeply regret that the wishes of the player and the club will ultimately not be fulfilled.
"FC Barcelona wholeheartedly expresses its gratitude to the player for his contribution to the aggrandisement of the club and wishes him all the very best for the future in his personal and professional life."
No word yet where he will play next. He was with Barcelona since 2000, as a youth player.
• In November 2017, the New York Times ran an article on Louis CK where five women went on record and exposed his history of sexual harassment, sexual assault, and intimidation. Almost immediately the studio distributing his shitty Woody Allen tribute movie I Love You Daddy pulled the film. He was dropped by his management, talent agency, and his publicist, while Netflix, FX, and TBS distanced themselves from CK and pulled his projects. CK would later go on to claim that he lost $35 million in an hour after the publication of the article.
• Now he has announced his first major tour, which is surely the first step in his attempt to make his mainstream comeback. It kicks off next Friday and Saturday when he performs at Madison Square Garden and runs through the end of the year. He apparently plans to take the tour overseas in 2022.
Welcome to the early edition of FFAO, courtesy of 59 men who are racewalking 50km (37 miles) and therefore have to start at the crack of dawn in Tokyo! I thought I'd put up the live post now since evening Europeans and afternoon North/South Americans can actually watch this vs the middle of the night 20km racewalk, and then it'll lead right into our normal primetime slot and live events. Racewalking will be on NBCSN at 4:30pm EDT/1:30pm PDT and primetime coverage will begin on NBC at 8pm EDT, and the live events run from approx 5:30am-11pm JST, 9:30pm-3pm BST, 4:30pm-10am EDT, and 1:30pm-7am PDT.
(Translation) Juan Pablo Medina, Mexican actor known for his work in multiple Telenovelas but more recently from La Casa de las Flores (The house of flowers) on Netflix, was hospitalized due to a deep vein trombosis (blood cloth on his leg) and today was confirmed that he has lost a leg due to this.
The probe into US athlete Raven Saunders' podium protest at the Olympics has been suspended after she shared on social media that her mother has died, according to the International Olympic Committee. https://t.co/WTqUqKylzZ
Across the US, Olympic athletes are working part-time jobs, driving for DoorDash and Uber, and crowdsourcing funds. We break down how USA Olympians make money, and why the system left many of America’s top athletes broke.
Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist lives on. It was canceled by NBC after two seasons. It will get a new chapter with a holiday movie for streamer Roku. The series’ main cast, led by Jane Levy, is slated to return. The deal is still being finalized, for a movie, but in success, it could lead to another season,
If actors are lucky to make lightning strike once in their careers. The performers on this list are blessed beyond belief. Some current TV stars with the most impressive list of consecutive-ish hit series.
David Boreanaz Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2003) > Angel (1999-2004) > Bones (2005-17) > SEAL Team (2017-present)
Kaley Cuoco 8 Simple Rules (2002-05) > Charmed (2005-06) > The BBT (2007-19) > The Flight Attendant (2020-present)
In a new interview with Glamour, Jessie J spoke about the success of "Bang Bang," her GRAMMY-nominated collaboration with Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj, and told her version of how the track came together.
"[It] was a song that already existed," the singer-songwriter told the magazine. "Max Martin wrote 'Bang Bang,' and Ariana had been played it, I'd been played it, and we both loved it... and then Nicki was played it in the studio and was like, 'I've got to jump on this.' We didn't go to her and ask; she wanted to do it."
Tonight, however, Minaj took to Twitter to refute J's version of events.
"I didn't hear the song and ask to get on it," Minaj wrote. "The label asked me to get on it and paid me. How would I have heard the song? What am I, the damn song monitor? Snooping around for songs, chile?"
YELLOWJACKETS is the saga of a team of wildly talented high school girls soccer players who become the (un)lucky survivors of a plane crash deep in the remote northern wilderness. The series chronicles their descent from a complicated but thriving team to savage clans, while also tracking the lives they’ve attempted to piece back together nearly 25 years later, proving that the past is never really past and what began out in the wilderness is far from over. Coming this fall.
Starring Melanie Lynskey, Tawny Cypress, Christina Ricci, and Juliette Lewis.