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He was truly a beloved soul.
On Thursday, Prince was found unconscious in his elevator, as paramedics were unable to revive him. He was eventually pronounced dead that afternoon.
When news got out, several artists and politicians spoke highly of the Purple Rain artist's legacy, for both his work in music and his humanitarian efforts.
On CNN, political commentator and friend Van Jones spoke about the 57-year-old's life that only his inner circle knew about.
It turns out the legendary musician funded several charities including Yes We Code and Green For All that respectively gave underprivileged youth technical jobs in Silicon Valley, and provided homes with solar panels.
Last year, Prince famously performed in locations such as Chicago, New Orleans, and Baltimore. According to Jones, he did these concerts in order to help local organizations deal with police brutality and social injustice.
As a Jehovah's Witness, the Minnesota-native did not allow himself to speak publicly about his good deeds. However, his actions spoke so much louder than words, and touched so many lives.
He will definitely be missed.
To watch the inspiring clip, ch-ch-check it out (below)
Demi Lovato is so confident these days!
Following a few years of self-doubt and personal turmoil, Demi has emerged victorious and now she wants everyone to take note. The singer even whipped out a sexy bikini to get her point across!
Via Lovato's Snapchat, she took a break from her vacation adventures to dispose a few bits of body positivity wisdom while also advertising her "curves". It's clear from the tantalizing shots that the musician is in a GOOD place!
Sexiness and confidence? We likey!
Check out D.L.'s snaps (below)!
Catelynn Lowell Baltierra is doing everything she can to be healthy!
Following Cate's exit from an Arizona based treatment center for depression, the momma showed off some new and emotionally poignant ink. Let's just say the tat is truly inspiring for Baltierra and EVERYONE who is going through a rough time!
In the snap, CB debuts the phrase "My story isn't over yet", on her left arm. The end of the powerful sentence features a semicolon, a nod to Project Semicolon.
For those who don't know, Project Semicolon is a non-profit organization designed to help those who "struggle with depression, self-injury, mental illness and suicide". Unsurprisingly, the reality star is a BIG fan of the organization.
Check out Catelynn's tribute to the non-profit and her journey (below)!
It's been about 4 weeks since North Carolina's Governor Pat McCrory signed the bigoted House Bill 2 into law, taking away LGBT employment discrimination protection and keeping transgender students from using the bathroom associated with the gender they identify as.
Since then, entertainers have been raising their voices to stand up for what's right; Bruce Springsteen, Ringo Starr, and even Cirque du Soleil have all canceled shows in the state to protest the bill.
Now another act is following in their footsteps — Pearl Jam have decided to cancel their Wednesday night concert in Raleigh, NC.
The band wrote a lengthy, thoughtful statement on the matter, saying:
Simply amazing, moving, and emotional!!
As we reported on Friday, Strike A Pose will soon be premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival, and from what we can see so far, the documentary chronicling Madonna's backup dancers from her 1990 Blond Ambition world tour looks INCREDIBLE!!!
On Monday, the official trailer for the moving, nostalgic, and highly emotional documentary was released, and it undoubtedly touches everyone who was a fan of Madge during her golden years, through Vogue, and up until today!
It's not just Madonna fans, though!!
The documentary — which chronicles the lives of Salim 'Slam' Gauwloos, Carlton Wilborn, Gabriel Trupin, and the four other dancers who took the stage with the superstar every night back in 1990 — looks to be a moving, emotional piece centered on LGBT issues, HIV/AIDS awareness, and much, much more.
Ch-ch-check out the official trailer (above) — we absolutely cannot wait to see this flick in theaters! A true hit!!!
Monday marks a particularly special day in Boston as the 120th Boston Marathon will be held throughout the city.
This has become even more emotional since the bombing attacks from 2013 transformed the event from an exhibition of human fitness to an expression of human indomitability.
Mark Wahlberg is making a movie about those tragic events, titled Patriots Day.
On Saturday, the Ted star decided to take some time away from filming to stop by the Revere Hotel Boston to visit the 68 members of the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital's Race for Rehab team to give an inspiring speech!
Part of what makes this so cool is not only is Spaulding Rehab the location where 32 bombing survivors were treated following the tragedy, but there are three survivors on the current team — Heather Abbott, Roseanne Sdoia, and police officer Dic Donohue.
Mark showed up in a blue sweatshirt, his Red Sox baseball hat, and some blue jeans as he addressed the small group saying: