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Ruby Rose Is ‘Glad’ She Didn’t Get Gender Reassignment Surgery: ‘I Want to Have Babies One Day’
Ruby Rose is thankful that she didn’t have gender reassignment surgery when she was younger.
“I’m a woman … I want to have babies one day, so I’m glad I didn’t make changes earlier in my life,” the actress, 30, tells The Edit.
Rose, who came out as lesbian at age 12 and identifies as gender fluid, said previously that she had started saving money for the surgery, but eventually decided against it.
“I had this jar that I would collect dollars – in fact, we were so poor, it would have been cents. So I probably had 19 cents to »
- Julie Mazziotta
Adele to Perform at the 2017 Grammy Awards
Just when you thought Music's Biggest Night couldn't get any bigger... The Recording Academy announced Friday morning that Adele has joined the 2017 Grammys lineup. The singer-songwriter will perform a song from her multiplatinum album 25 at the Staples Center in L.A. Feb. 12, following performances in 2009 (with Sugarland), 2012 and 2016. Previously announced performers include John Legend, Metallica, Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban. A 10-time Grammy winner, Adele is nominated in five categories, including Record of the Year ("Hello"), Song of the Year ("Hello"), Best Pop Solo Performance ("Hello) and Best Pop Vocal Album (25). 25 is also up for Album of the Year; Beyoncé's »
Jennifer Aniston Wants to Return to TV: "That's Where the Quality Is"
Jennifer Aniston feels at home on the small screen. While she won't be organizing a Friends reunion á la NBC's Will & Grace reboot, the 47-year-old actress hopes to star in a new TV series at some point. "I've thought about it a lot. That's where the work is. That's where the quality is," she tells Variety. "At this point in my career, I want to be part of wonderful stories, exciting characters, and also just having a good time." Aniston, who last appeared in a 2010 episode of Courteney Cox's sitcom Cougar Town, adds, "When you're in your 20s, going away from home was an adventure. Meeting new people—seeing other parts of the country or world—was so »
Kristen Stewart co-authors research paper on 'pioneering' film technique
Twilight star among three authors of paper explaining how ‘neural style transfer’ method was put to use in her directorial debut, the 17-minute short Come Swim
Twilight and Personal Shopper Kristen Stewart has co-authored a research paper on “neural style transfer”, an arcane technique that uses artificial intelligence to reconfigure an image in the style of another.
Written with Bhautik J Joshi, a research engineer at Adobe, and producer David Shapiro, Stewart’s paper is related to work done on her short film directing debut Come Swim, which received its world premiere at the Sundance film festival on Thursday. Called Bringing Impressionism to Life with Neural Style Transfer in Come Swim, the paper was submitted on Wednesday on Cornell University library’s open-access arXiv.org website, an online repository for scientific research papers.
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- Andrew Pulver
Chrissy Metz Reveals Why She’s Keeping Her Boyfriend Secret – and How He’s Adjusting to Her Newfound Fame
The 36-year-old actress dazzled on the red carpet at the 2017 Artios Awards in Los Angeles on Thursday night, where she gushed about her new romance.
“Oh my God it’s going great. It’s going great,” Metz said, adding jokingly: “I can’t imagine how it must be to date an actress. So God bless him. God bless him.”
Metz, who is still keeping her man’s identity a secret, is doing so for good reason — she’s just finding her feet in Hollywood. »
- Dave Quinn
Malia Obama to Intern for Hollywood Producer Harvey Weinstein
Malia Obama is making moves of her own. Multiple outlets reported overnight that Barack Obama and Michelle Obama's elder daughter has landed an internship with famed producer Harvey Weinstein. A source told The Hollywood Reporter that the 18-year-old is expected to begin working in the New York City office of The Weinstein Co. in February, after the First Family ends its vacation in Palm Springs. The New York Post's Page Six first reported the news of Malia's internship Thursday. Reps for the Weinstein Co. did not comment, while reps for the Obamas did not immediately respond. The Hollywood Reporter said Malia may intern in the marketing or development departments. "Malia has expressed some »
South Carolina Legislator Suspended After Domestic Violence Charge Allegedly Bit Wife’s Nose
A South Carolina state legislator suspended from his position after allegedly assaulting his wife and threatening her at gunpoint also bit her nose, officials tell People.
Rep. Christopher Corley, a Republican from Graniteville, South Carolina, faces indictment on two counts: pointing a firearm and criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature.
If convicted only on the latter charge, he could be sentenced to 20 years in prison.
The indictment against the politician, obtained by People, alleges he struck his wife in the face before hitting her in the head and the body. He also allegedly pointed a gun at »
‘Jim Parsons Is Too Stupid For Politics’ (But He’s Not Leaving ‘The Big Bang Theory’)
You heard it here first, folks — and from the man himself. “The Big Bang Theory” star is set to host a new radio show, premiering on SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen-led Radio Andy that will introduce listeners and Parsons himself to the current political climate, which, if today’s riots in Washington are any indication, is heated. […] »
Donald Trump Inauguration Protesters Won't Go Hungry Behind Bars
Protests are raging on in Washington D.C. where, so far, more than 90 people have been arrested ... but when it comes to meals, they might wish they protested in a different city. We got the menu for several jails in the major U.S. cities where protests are either underway or scheduled to begin later Friday. Here's what the jailbirds will get: Washington D.C.: Lunch: Bologna and cheese sandwichDinner: Cod fish, sweet potatoes, »
- TMZ Staff
The Internet Is Losing It Over George W. Bush’s Inauguration Reactions
This story originally appeared on Time.com.
As Trump was being sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, Bush was one of several notable political figures in attendance. However, judging by the photos captured of him at the event, it appeared as though he would have preferred better weather.
Never thought I'd say that George W Bush is all of us, but here we are #Inauguration pic.twitter.com/anqkQWhDCq
— Ellie Schwartz (@EllieInTheStars) January 20, 2017
- Michael Zennie
Former Marine Finally Proposes After He Loses (Then Finds!) Engagement Ring Thanks to Facebook
Daniel Frye wanted everything to be perfect when he got down on one knee and finally proposed to his girlfriend.
He’d spent months working to be able to afford the $5,000 ring Lauren Williams, 25, had handpicked, and two weeks ago surprised her with a trip to one of her favorite places, the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina.
“I had it all planned,” he tells People. “Her parents were even supposed to drive up and meet us and jump out and surprise her right after I proposed.”
The couple, who live in Rock Hill, South Carolina, met two years ago »
- Nicole Weisensee Egan
Airline Passenger Pleads Guilty to Groping 13-Year-Old Girl: ‘This Was 30 Minutes of Hell’
A 26-year-old man who was arrested in June for groping a 13-year-old girl aboard an Oregon-bound flight has pleaded guilty and will register as a sex offender for the next 15 years.
People confirms that Chad Camp pleaded guilty Thursday to making an indecent sexual proposal to a minor and assault with intent to commit abusive sexual contact of a minor during an American Airlines flight from Dallas to Portland, Oregon.
Camp could also receive a 14-month prison term when he is sentenced on May 3.
“I invaded her space, touching her in her thigh and her groin area,” he said in court, »
Ruby Rose On Opting Out Of Gender Reassignment Surgery: ‘I Want To Have Babies One Day’
Ruby Rose considered having gender reassignment surgery in her youth, but is happy she chose not to transition. The thought of transitioning was one that struck a chord with a young Rose. “I had this jar that I would collect dollars – in fact, we were so poor, it would have been cents. So I […] »
- Shakiel Mahjouri
Watch Ellen Page Get Into A Heated Debate With A Preacher Over Homosexuality
While in Washington, D.C., preparing for the Women’s March on Saturday, Ellen Page found herself in a heated debate with a preacher on the issue of homosexuality. Related: Katy Perry, America Ferrera And More To Join Women’s March On Washington The actress and the preacher argued in the middle of the street as a crowd gathered […] »
- Gavin Crisp
Shia Labeouf Launches a Four-Year Livestream in Protest of President Donald Trump
On the morning of the presidential inauguration, the 30-year-old actor launched a protest at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York, and asked those passing by to proclaim "He will not divide us" in front of a mounted camera. The camera is to remain powered on for the next four years, and will be livestreamed.You can watch it here.
Watch: Barack Obama Delivers Emotional Farewell Address as President -- Celebs React with Love, Passion and Tears
"Hewillnotdivide.Us is a participatory performance by Labeouf, Rönkkö & Turner that invites the public to deliver the words 'He will not divide us' into a camera mounted on a wall outside the Museum of the Moving Image, repeating the phrase as many times, and for as long as they wish," the museum's »
Gold’s Edgar Ramirez Recalls Hilarious On Set Moment with Matthew McConaughey: He Jumped on Me in ‘White, Horrible Underwear’
The Venezuelan actor, 39, opened up to People Now about his “Golden Moment,” recalling an unforgettable scene where a practically naked McConuaghey had to jump on him.
“He jumps on me almost naked weighing probably three times more than he normally weighs and I have to hug him in his white, horrible underwear,” explained Ramirez. “I’ll never forget it.”
McConaughey abandoned his normally rock solid beach bod and classic good looks to play struggling businessman Kenny Wells in the film, »
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Walk Like the Stars! Check Out the Baby Strollers Favored By Celebrity Parents
This article originally appeared on InStyle.com.
Choosing the best stroller might initially seem like an easy, fun project, but you might quickly find the task a daunting one as spec sheet after spec sheet leaves you feeling cross-eyed and confused.
Now would be a great time to turn to your favorite celebrity parents for a little stroller inspiration.
Whether you’re looking to tackle urban streets with ease, zip through crowded airports, or just take your little one on a leisurely country stroll in a precious Millson Prince vintage pram like the one Kate Middleton favors (above), there’s »
- Jen Juneau
Donald Trump's Inaugural Parade Underway (Live Stream)
[[tmz:video id="0_w60mn4cy" autoplay="true" automute="true"]] Donald Trump is about to make the almost 2 mile-long trek down Pennsylvania Avenue for his inaugural parade, and we're streaming live as protests are breaking out just blocks away. Trump is set to make his way to the White House from the Us Capitol -- and while he has the option to walk it ... we're guessing he'll take a lift due to the unrest in nearby downtown D.C. Obama rode most of the way »
- TMZ Staff
The Second (or Third) Act of Guided by Voices’ Tobin Sprout
Fans of Guided by Voices, one of the pillars of American indie rock throughout the 1990s, would occasionally get a break from Robert Pollard’s swinging-for-the-rafters tenor when the band’s George Harrison figure, Tobin Sprout, would offer up one of his lovely, delicate compositions like “Awful Bliss” from the group’s landmark recording Bee Thousand.
Sprout’s tremulous, high voice and guitar were hardly his only contributions to Gbv. His home studio and four-track recorder were the band’s home base for his ten-year tenure for the band, and much of their defining lo-fi sound is credited to his input. »
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