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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    alicia vikander in louis vuitton


    brie larson in calvin klein


    cate blanchett in givenchy


    jennifer lopez in giambattisa valli haute couture


    kirsten dunst in valentino haute couture

    + 9 more at the src
    ontd, who were your best-dressed for the night?

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    Gillian Anderson



    Patricia Arquette


    Angela Bassett


    Chloe Bennet


    Rachel Bloom



    Kate Bosworth


    Charli XCX


    Jamie Chung


    Laverne Cox



    Kaley Cuoco



    Nina Dobrev


    Nathalie Emmanuel


    Melissa George


    Tony Goldwyn


    Selena Gomez


    Meagan Good



    Kat Graham


    Max Greenfield


    Grant Gustin


    Taraji P. Henson



    Tyler Hoechlin


    Vanessa Hudgens


    Kate Hudson



    Sarah Hyland


    Michael B. Jordan


    Zoe Kravitz


    Jennifer Lopez


    Katharine McPhee


    Lea Michele


    Alyssa Milano


    Michelle Monaghan


    Jennifer Morrison



    Niecy Nash


    Josh Peck


    Lily Rabe


    Nikki Reed


    Gina Rodriguez


    Ian Somerhalder


    Sylvester Stallone


    Bella Thorne


    Gabrielle Union


    Paul Wesley


    Bellamy Young



    Group Pics





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    Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom ran into each other at the Golden Globes After Parties last night. The pair met up in the Weinstein Company's section of the Beverley Hilton's after party. Party guests observed the two were, "extremely flirty and whispering to each other. He would lean in to whisper into her ear and touch the small of her back as they chatted. Katy was showing Orlando her phone. They were both smiling and laughing and then he took her phone and started typing on it."

    30 minutes into the party, Katy and her entourage bounced for the Netflix party, with Orlando following closely behind. When they left the second party, Katy got caught up in talking to Jonah Hill, Gabby Hoffman and Carrie Brownstein. "Katy stopped to say hi to Jonah, Gaby and Carrie and Orlando joined her by her side. At one point, while she was chatting with everyone, she put her arm around Orlando and adoringly put her hand on the back of his head. They left together shortly after."

    The source cites both Katy and Orlando as being unattached.

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    ONTD, what celeb would you have tried to take home from the Globes last night?

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    Rosie Huntington-Whitely, 28, and longtime beau, Jason Statham, 48, are engaged! Rosie debuted her Neil Lane ring last night on the Golden Globes red carpet where the couple celebrated noms for their movies "Spy" and "Mad Max: Fury Road".


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    ONTD, do you support this union?

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    ONTD fav Charlie Carver just came out as gay on Instagram! The Teen Wolf hunk shared a touching 5 part blog post to the social media site, discussing his struggles since the age of 12 and coming to terms with the person he is.



    Pt 1:“Be who you needed were younger”. About a year ago, I saw this photo while casually scrolling through my Instagram one morning. I’m not one for inspirational quotes, particularly ones attributed to “Mx Anonymous”- something mean in me rebukes the pithiness of proverbs, choosing to judge them as trite instead of possibly-generally-wise, resonant, or helpful. And in the case of the good ol’ Anonymous kind, I felt that there was something to be said for the missing context. Who wrote or said the damn words? Why? And to/for who in particular?

    Nonetheless, I screen-capped the picture and saved it. It struck me for some reason, finding itself likeable enough to join the ranks of the “favorites” album on my phone. I’d see it there almost daily, a small version of it next to my other “favorites”; I’d see it every time I checked into the gym, pulled up a picture of my insurance cards, my driver’s license.... Important Documents. And over the course of about-a-year, it became clear why the inspirational photo had called out to me.

    As a young boy, I knew I wanted to be an actor. I knew I wanted to be a lot of things! I thought I wanted to be a painter, a soccer player, a stegosaurus... But the acting thing stuck. It was around that age that I also knew, however abstractly, that I was different from some of the other boys in my grade.

    Over time, this abstract “knowing” grew and articulated itself through a painful gestation marked by feelings of despair and alienation, ending in a climax of saying three words out loud: “I am gay”. I said them to myself at first, to see how they felt. They rang true, and I hated myself for them. I was twelve.
    It would take me a few years before I could repeat them to anyone else, in the meantime turning the phrase over and over in my mouth until I felt comfortable and sure enough to let the words pour out again, this time to my family...

    Pt 2: For anyone who can identify with that experience (and I think we all can to some degree; saying something from a place of integrity, owning and declaring oneself), the immediate and comingling sense of relief and dread might sound familiar to you. For me, and my family, it was a precious conversation, one where I felt that I’d begun to claim myself, my life, and what felt like the beginning of a very-adult-notion of my own Authenticity. For that, and for them, I am forever grateful. *Note “Coming Out” is different for everyone. You can always Come Out to yourself. Coming Out as Gay/Bi/Trans/Non-Binary/Yourself or What-Have-You is at first a personal and private experience. If you’re ready and feel safe, then think about sharing this part of yourself with others. I recognize that I was born with an immense amount of privilege, growing up in a family where my orientation was celebrated and SAFE. If you feel like you want to Come Out, make sure first and foremost that you have a support system and will be safe. I would never encourage anyone to Come Out only to find themselves in harm’s way – a disproportionate number of Homeless American (and Global) Youth are members of the LGBTQ community who were kicked out of their families and homes out of hate and prejudice. It is a major issue in-and-of itself, and a situation not worth putting oneself at risk for.

    The more I adjusted to living outwardly in this truth, the better I felt. But my relationship to my sexuality soon became more complicated. The acting thing HAD stuck, and at nineteen I started working in Hollywood. It was a dream come true, one I had been striving for since boyhood. But coupled with the overwhelming sense of excitement was an equally overwhelming feeling of dread- I would “have to” bisect myself into two halves, a public and private persona, the former vigilantly monitored, censored, and sterilized of anything that could reveal how I self-identified in the latter.

    I had my reasons, some sound and some nonsensical. I do believe in a distinction between one’s professional life and their private one...

    Pt 3: After the first episode of television I shot went to air, it became clear to me that I was at least no longer anonymous. For the first time, I found myself stopped on the street, asked to take a picture by a complete stranger – part of the job I had willingly signed up for.

    Fame, to whatever degree, is a tricky creature. In this day and age, particularly with the access offered by social media, it demands that you be On, that you be Yourself, Always, in your work and to your fans. In this way, the distinction between public and private has become blurry, begging questions like “to what extent do I share myself? Do what extent do I have to?” When it came to this differentiation of public/private, I was of the opinion that my sexuality could stay off the table. While my Coming Out was very important for me, I wanted to believe in a world where one’s sexuality was for the most part irrelevant. That it didn’t “matter,” or that at least it was something that didn’t need to or ideally shouldn’t ever have to be announced to a stranger, a new colleague, an interviewer. Even the words “Coming Out” bothered me. I took issue with them insofar as that “Coming Out” implied being greeted with attention, attention for something I would prefer to be implicitly just Human, an attribute or adjective that was only part of how I saw my whole self. I did not want to be defined by my sexuality. Sure, I am a proud gay man, but I don’t identify as a Gay man, or a GAY man, or just gay. I identify as a lot of things, these various identifications and identities taking up equal space and making up an ever-fluid sense of Self.

    Furthermore, as an actor, I believed that my responsibility to the craft and the business was to remain benevolently neutral – I was a canvas, a chameleon, the next character. For the most part I had a duty to stay a Possibility in the eye of casting, directors, and the public. If I Came Out, I feared I would be limiting myself to a type, to a perception with limits that I was not professionally comfortable with. And I created in my imagination an Industry that was just as rigid in this belief as well.

    Pt 4: After having the privilege of playing a range of characters, gay, straight and otherwise, I realize this is not the case. Things in this business have changed and will continue to. Thank GOD. I know that because of all of the brave men and women who’ve come out, self-identified, or couldn’t have possibly ever been “In”. So to them, I am also forever grateful.

    But then I saw that little photo on Instagram. Well, in truth, it had found me long after I’d made up my mind to write something like this. There were so many drafts and plans, none of them ever getting off the ground. So I bided my time, justifying the silence with the fact that I hadn’t really ever been “in”. I tried to live as authentically as I’ve known how to, as a gay guy, since that concept became available to me, only once or twice intentionally dodging the ever ill-timed question with the subtext that might have as well read “ARE YOU GAY???” I’ve lived “out,” not feeling the need to announce so. I was comfortably out in my private life. And for a time, that was enough.

    Things change. There’s a lot about the Now that I’m very excited about these days. I feel like more and more people, particularly young people, are striving to create a safe world for each other. We’re learning new vocabularies to help others feel heard when they try and articulate their perceived “otherness”- words like cis- and trans-, non-binary, fluid... We’re together exploring the possibilities of the Social Media Frontier, experimenting with new ways to connect, galvanize, and awaken. I get fucking MOVED every time I hear a high school voted in their transgender classmate as Prom King or Prom Queen, or when I see Twitter afire with outrage over mistreatment, brutality, and injustice. But I also mourn over what feels like a lot of anger and righteous indignance. I long for the world to be simple, for everyone to feel happy and safe in who they are as individuals and members of a community. I can only hope that the beginning of this unrest is productive, something our generation(s) is moving through in order to end up someplace better.

    Pt 5: But what can I do? How can I participate? Honesty is probably a great step in the right direction. I now believe that by omitting this part of myself from the record, I am complicit in perpetuating the suffering, fear, and shame cast upon so many in the world. In my silence, I’ve helped decide for to you too that to be gay is to be, as a young man (or young woman, young anyone), inappropriate for a professional career in the Arts (WHAAA???) So now, let the record show this- I self-identify as gay. And does that really matter anymore? As a young man, I needed a young man in Hollywood to say that- and without being a dick about it, I owe it to myself, more than anything, to be who I needed when I was younger.

    Happy 2016, and all my best to you and yours in the year ahead.

    And let the record show my twin brother is just as cool for being straight.
    Much Love,
    C

    Charlie's twin Max Carver took to Twitter to congratulate his bro.




    Paraphrased from @CharlieCarver, 2, 3, 4, 5. @MaxCarver
    Photo from @CharlieCarver.


    So proud of you Charlie! Who's next?


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    - Says ''How on earth could that be offensive? ...You being offended is almost offensive''
    - Thinks Amy Schumers new bf is great and dishes on her upcoming movie with Amy
    - Says she knew she was going to win for Silver Linings Playbook but her win this year for Joy was truly a surprise


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    - Foxx will be playing Robin's fellow outlaw BFF in the new "gritty" take of the legend of Robin Hood
    - Taron Egerton will be playing the title role
    - Bono's kid (Eve Hewston) will be playing Maid Marian
    - Production will start later on in the year
    - will be directed by Peaky Blinders Otto Bathurst


    source + video (sorry about that mods)

    I didn't care for this, but I love Jamie so I'm HFT now.
    never forget the classic:


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    What games would you compete in to spend a little more time with this dollop of yogurt?

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    Dates:
    5/13 - Miami, American Airlines Arena
    5/14 - Orlando, Amway Center
    5/17 - Houston, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion+
    5/18 - Dallas, American Airlines Center+
    5/19 - Austin, Austin360 Amphitheatre+
    5/24 - Kansas City, Cricket Wireless+
    5/26 - Denver, Pepsi Center+
    6/2 - Saint Paul, Xcel Energy Center+
    6/4 - Cleveland, Blossom Music Center*
    6/7 - Boston, Xfinity Center*
    6/8 - Montreal, Bell Centre*
    6/10 - Toronto, Molson Canadian Amphitheatre*
    6/11 - Clarkston, DTE Energy Music Theatre*
    6/12 - Chicago, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre*
    6/14 - New York, Barclays Center+

    + with Grimes
    * with Of Monsters and Men

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    edm post!

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    -says that she liked that people were uncomfortable during Ricky Gervais humiliating Mel Gibson on stage

    on season 6: I really can't say much apart from you'll see the biggest moments on television that have ever existed," she teased.

    source: twitter

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    -Big Little Lies is an HBO limited series based on the 2014 dark novel by the same name and written by Liane Moriarty.
    -About three mothers to kindergartners whose perfect lives begin to unravel and lead to murder.
    -Alexander Skarsgard was recently added to the cast and will play Kidman's husband.
    -Created by David E. Kelley and all episodes to be shot by Canadian director Jean-Marc Vallée.
    -7 episodes will be written and produced. No set date for when this will be aired on HBO at this time.

    ONTD, will you be watching?


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    Today is the birthday of Alexander Hamilton, without whom we wouldn't have a lot of important stuff, including everyone's favorite new musical sensation. ;) Here is some Hamilton-related news in honor of the day!

    Lin-Manuel Miranda celebrated by visiting the Sullivan Street Bakery, where they had an Alexander Hamilton birthday cake special today!








    Meanwhile,Vulture is marking Alexander Hamilton's birthday with a week-long series of articles that explore "the production and significance of the Founding Father’s eponymous Broadway musical," beginning with one today that interviews "scene-stealers" Leslie Odom Jr., Renée Elise Goldsberry, Christopher Jackson, Daveed Diggs, and Jasmine Cephas Jones:




    Highlights:

    -"The charge against me is a connection with one James Reynolds, for purposes of improper speculation..."
    -Leslie plans on watching the show for the first time during his vacation! (Watch for him, ONTD-ers going this week)
    -Daveed gets recognized the most.
    -If they could play another character, Chris Jackson would play Jefferson and Leslie would play King George.
    -Everyone would love for "Wait for It" to be their song
    -Re: what genderbent roles they'd like, Renee is "almost ready" to do Aaron Burr, while Daveed would love to do Angelica.
    -Chris thinks of Lin as a little brother.
    -Kalil makes it an environment where everyone feels like they can do their best.
    -Jasmine discusses playing Maria Reynolds and sympathizing with her.
    -Daveed on playing Jefferson: "My goal is you fall in love with him, then you feel really shitty that you did that."

    Also, Playbill recently posted an interview with "Uncle" Ron Chernow about his role serving as the official historical advisor for the show:





    Sources: 1,2, 3, 4


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    Alexander Hamilton, America sings ["Happy Birthday"] to you! How are you celebrating Alexander Hamilton's birthday, ONTD? Have you read Chernow's #HamBio yet?

     

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    Last night my Latin friends rocked the Golden Globes! Alejandro González Iñárritu won two, for Best Director and for Best Motion Picture for Drama, Gael Garcia Bernal won for best actor in a Comedy/Musical and Oscar Issac won for Best Actor in a television motion picture. Eva Longoria and America Ferrera were the funniest presenters, and Gina Rodriguez besides being nominated, was the one of the best dressed of the evening. And by the way, none of them are rapists or drug dealers, for those who've been listening to Mr. Trump. I am so proud to be Latina. #goldenglobes #presenters #bestdressed #proudmexican #proudlatina #donald



    America Ferrera & Eva Longoria


    Pocket Principe Gael Garcia Bernal


    ONTD's Novio Oscar Issac


    Guapeton Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu




    source : salma's instagram + YouTube

    Lo hicimos, wey!


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