The friend confided to People Magazine:
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Usually we say not to bite the hands that feeds you… but bon appétit in this case!
In fact, six former contestants from The Apprentice just publicly condemned the GOP front-runner in a press conference on Friday, calling him racist and sexist, amongst other things!
Season 4 winner Kendal Pinkett led Season 1 runner-up Kwame Jackson, Season 2's Kevin Allen, Season 3's Tara Dowdell, Season 4's Marshawn Evans Daniels, and Season 6 runner-up James Sun in a joint statement, saying:
On Friday, Swifty posted a shot of her new almost white-blonde and very short 'do on Instagram with the caption "Bleachella." Ha!
Just two days ago her hair was way closer to the dirty blonde spectrum!
Daisy dukes, that sexy Vogue spread, and now this — TayTay really does seem to be embracing a brand new style!
What will she do next — get a tattoo? Piercing?!
Keep the surprises coming, girl!
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It's a scientific fact you can never have too much Adele!
The British crooner made history last December when her Live in New York City show was broadcast on NBC.
After the Hello songstress recorded her Radio City Music Hall for the small screen, her special became the highest rated TV concert in 10 years!
Now, the few people who missed the show are in luck, because NBC announced it would be airing an extended rebroadcast of the 90-minute special next month — including five additional songs!
All 13 of the 27-year-old's songs will be in the May 6 show, including never before seen performances of Water Under the Bridge, One and Only, Hometown Glory, Chasing Pavements, and Daydreamer.
We couldn't think of a better way to get excited for Adele's highly anticipated North American tour this summer!
Even if you caught the first airing, make sure to watch the extended special Adele Live in New York City Friday May 6 at 8 p.m. EST on NBC!
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We can't wait to see this!
Salim Gauwloos — better known as Slam — was one of the dancers on Madonna's Blond Ambition world tour back in 1991, and he even infamously danced in her iconic video for Vogue and starred in her Truth Or Dare documentary that year.
But he saved the juiciest part of the story for 2016!
The dancer, now 25 years removed from his iconic work with the Queen of Pop, is taking part in a brand new documentary called Strike A Pose that is premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival, and in it, he's ready to discuss his time with Madonna, his experiences as a backup dancer, and — surprisingly — how he went through that entire tour while HIV positive!
As we would later learn, Slam was one of three dancers on Madonna's tour — the other two being Carlton Wilborn and Gabriel Trupin — who was living with HIV during the 1991 tour and documentary shoot.
And now, Slam is opening up about that experience for the very first time!
While promoting the documentary, Slam told POZ about his HIV diagnosis, which he says he contracted four years before dancing with Madge:
The Birth Of A Nation broke Sundance records back in January, selling for a $17.5 million to Fox Searchlight after an incredibly auspicious premiere.
Writer/director/star Nate Parker's retelling of the 1831 slave rebellion led by Nat Turner is so powerful, it's already garnered a lot of buzz for next year's Oscars!
So what is everyone so hyped about?
Get a look at the first teaser trailer for the epic story (below)!
Forget whitewashing, the newest Hollywood trend is apparently white-photoshopping!
Last year, Scarlett Johansson was the subject of casting controversy when it was revealed she would star in the live-action adaptation of the anime classic Ghost in the Shell.
When the first photo of the Captain America: Civil War in the role of Major Motoko Kusanagi (a Japanese woman in the manga and cartoon versions) surfaced on Thursday, critics once again blasted the studio for not choosing a racially appropriate actor for the leading role.
In response to the backlash, Paramount and DreamWorks reportedly tried to fix the ethnicity problem the only way they know how… with CGI!
ScreenCrush reports multiple independent sources close to the production told them the studio hired a visual effects team to run tests that would have changed ScarJo's appearance in post-production to "shift her ethnicity."
Meaning, they allegedly attempted to make their white lead look more Asian in the movie! WTF!?
The tests were conducted by Lola VFX, a visual effects company that aged and de-aged Brad Pitt in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Now, the editing wizards are the industry leader in