Does St. Vincent have a double life we don't know about??
The Texas native AKA Annie Clark was spotted over the weekend waiting tables at a local taqueria in Dallas… but not so fast — the rocker hasn't given up her music career, she was just lending a helping a hand for the opening of her sister and brother-in-law's new restaurant!
How sweet! We can only imagine the attention she was getting as she refilled napkin dispensers! LOLz!
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Last time we saw Miz Clark she was hitting up fashion shows supporting supermodel girlfriend Cara Delevingne, but we love that she's willing to get her hands dirty to help out her fam!
A star-struck fan snapped a pic of the 33-year-old:
Doesn't she look adorable??
The Grammy winner also took to her own Instagram to promote the new taco joint:
Sounds delicious… We wonder if they deliver to El Lay???
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On Sunday, it was reported that Anne Hathaway was not "yoking" around when it came to her breakfast as she sent back her early morning meal FOUR times. Yikes!
Apparently, while the Oscar winner was onset at Paramount Studios in El Lay filming a Japanese commercial, she decided to order poached eggs with avocado and an English muff — but was unhappy when the eggs turned out to be too "runny."
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The actress acted like any normal person and decided to send the breakfast plate back to be fixed.
However, it's said that when her food returned she sent it back again since the english muffin had gotten too cold in the process of the chef cooking the new eggs.
When Miz Hathaway's meal returned for a second time, the brunette beauty complained that
We think it's great!
Campbell's Soup Company just released an adorable new Star Wars-themed ad featuring two gay dads and their son — and somehow people think that's controversial!
The commercial features two fathers who both quote the famous Darth Vader line "I am your father!"
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Though there is also support for the ad, unsurprisingly there are way too many people who aren't happy about it.
Not only are there horrific negative comments on YouTube (obvi) but also organizations like OneMillionMoms trying to get the ad banned!
But Campbell's has NO intention of removing the video. VP of Marketing Yin Woon Rani explained in a statement: