Five Things you Didn’t Know about Ming Lee Simmons
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“I add my voice to the chorus of those speaking out against harassment and violence in all its forms,” Lee Simmons, 42, wrote in a lengthy Instagram post defending her husband while also supporting the #MeToo movement on Thursday.
“I have known Russell for over 25 years. We were close friends, married, divorced and have remained friends, co-parents and partners throughout it all. These allegations against him are nothing like the person I have known in all that time.
Since the dawn of Netflix’s “House of Cards,” the wardrobe of Claire Underwood (Robin Wright, Emmy nominated for the fifth time for the role) has spoken volumes about her character. Never more so than in season five (dumped on the internet for binge viewing on May 30), which sees Claire shatter the ultimate glass ceiling, break the fourth wall and get blood on her hands — while wearing an oxblood-hued dress, of course. With the help of costume designer Kemal Harris, we decode Claire’s killer, color-steeped style.
When Claire convenes a meeting with a group of female senators in the Roosevelt Room, she’s sporting an uncharacteristically feminine blouse. “Whenever Claire wears pastels, it’s to fake-show people ‘I’m really nice. You can trust me,’” says Harris of the Co blouse she pairs with tweed trousers. She
Spoiler Warning: Details about Friday’s episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race are revealed below.
Hello Race fans! I’m still on cloud nine from Nina Bo’nina Brown’s big finish last week, but this week’s episode started off with a bang with the introduction of the 14th queen, the inimitable Cynthia Lee Fontaine of Austin, Texas!
Now, I knew there would be some shade thrown with this addition. The gals had just sized up the competition, filed their nails into prison shanks and now a new queen sashays into the competition.
Norwood calls the project, which she co-exec producers, her “baby.” With executive producers Debra Martin Chase, Danny Rose, Scooter Braun, executive producer/writer Erica Montolfo-Bura and co-exec producer Elaine Aronson, “Zoe” has long been in development as its star continued her music and acting careers (she was a regular on Mara Brock Akil’s “The Game”). Ahead of its premiere at 10 p.m. on Jan. 5, Norwood talked to Variety about returning to comedies, casting diversity, co-parenting and the idea of starting your life over.
Episodes: 289 (hour)
TV show dates: May 20, 2003 -- December 4, 2015
Series status: Cancelled
Performers include: Tyra Banks, Janice Dickinson, Kimora Lee Simmons, Beau Quillian, Nigel Barker, Eric Nicholson, Nolé Marin, J. Alexander, Twiggy, Paulina Porizkova, André Leon Talley, Kelly Cutrone, and Rob Evans.
TV show description:
A reality series in which a group of young and attractive women compete for a chance at supermodel fame and fortune. Later seasons included men as well.
Each season starts with a group of contestants who are eliminated one-by-one as the group competes in various challenges that require them to master catwalks, improvisational acting, on-camera commercial acting, fashion photo shoots, or publicity skills.
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