Luckily, executive producer Selena Gomez chatted with Seattle's Movin' 92.5 radio station, and she gave us some more insights into what she knows about the next season. "I was in the writers' room the other day and they're working so hard and it's going to come together," Gomez said. "I was sitting there at the table, like, 'Wait, what happened?!' Almost like freaking out." If Selena's freaking out, then we cannot wait to hear why.
Raise your hand if you've ever clicked into a makeup tutorial only to think, "Well, that's insane." We feel you. Because as much as we love makeup, not all of us want to wear a neon cut crease or a rainbow smoky eye. As for the more-natural how-to's out there, even if they're soft and flattering, they often come with approximately 167 steps and require dozens of products, leaving many of us clicking out with one hand, and scratching our head with the other.
Ah, and you thought that we were done finding clues from those Entertainment Weekly Game Of Thrones covers. Thanks to some really GOT -obsessed people at Buzzfeed and on Twitter, it appears that there is a very big clue in plain sight on not-so-little Arya Stark. The site writes that in addition to Arya looking totally badass in her fur cloak and leather look, she is also in possession on a dagger.
British Airways has cancelled all flights from Gatwick and Heathrow as computer problems cause disruption worldwide. Passengers have been told not to travel to the London airports because of "extreme congestion" at the terminals, with all BA planes grounded before 6pm on Saturday. A spokeswoman for the airline said: "We have experienced a major IT system failure that is causing very severe disruption to our flight operations worldwide.
Take That had been due to play three homecoming shows at Manchester Arena this week, but these were obviously cancelled in the wake of Monday night's terrorist attack at the venue. The pop trio resumed their tour in Liverpool last night, and took the opportunity to pay tribute to the people of Manchester, the BBC reports. "As you know, I was born and raised in Manchester, so at this moment in time, I’ve never been so proud to be a Mancunian," band member Howard Donald told the crowd, praising the city's defiant and unified response to the atrocity.
Roman Polanski’s Based on a True Story is a jauntily told tale about the writing process. It’s adapted by Personal Shopper director Olivier Assayas from a novel by Delphine De Vigan and has the theatrical quality of the late-career Polanski adaptations of Carnage and Venus in Fur. For all its zest and pulp elements, this is a minor work from the Chinatown director.
This, sadly, was not quite the case for Liam Payne when he introduced himself to Sean Diddy Combs at a recent party. Evidently, the man formerly known as P. Diddy, formerly known as Swag, formerly known as Puff Daddy, is not a big One Direction fan.
British Airways passengers around the world are facing delays due to computer problems. "I checked in online using the BA app at 8.15 for my flight at 9.25, then went and had breakfast," he told the Press Association.
Have you emotionally prepared yourself yet for the Pretty Little Liars finale? It's okay if not — but Entertainment Weekly is here to ease you into the last piece of this crazy puzzle. The first photo shows a happy group pic of all the Liars — including Alison (Sasha Pieterse). The group is huddled around one another, and Emily (Shay Mitchell) even appears to have tears in her eyes.
Piers Morgan has reminded us all, once again, that he is the absolute worst. The Good Morning Britain post went on a vile Twitter tirade against Ariana Grande following the terrorist attack that killed 22 people at her concert in Manchester on the 22nd of May. It began when Katy Perry shared an article about the Queen visiting victims of the attack in the hospital, tweeting, "God bless The Queen and her kind heart." Morgan responded, "Agreed.
Aziz fans first encountered Harris during the comedian's early stand-up routines, in which he told stories about Harris' college application letter (regarding the DVD rental service RedBox) and his Facebook rants. " # MasterofNone fans... I'm screaming: Real chubby cousin Harris plays Aziz's hot cousin this season # theglowupisreal" one Twitter user wrote in a spot-on tweet.
Today, a movie about a lounge singer who is forced to take on the identity of a nun under witness protection sounds too ridiculous to be any good. On the 29th of May, 1992, Sister Act was released in cinemas and became one of that year’s highest grossing films, and cult classic for ‘80s babies and their parents. A 36-year-old Whoopi Goldberg led the cast as Sister Mary Clarence, a fake nun whose real name is Deloris Wilson and who performs under the name Van Cartier.
House of Cards is the Game of Thrones of Washington, D.C. It's politics, minus the dragons. There are a few ways to catch up for House of Cards season 5, which comes to Netflix on the 30th of May. You could rewatch all of season 4, which would take a long time. In season 5, President Underwood is taking his first tentative steps into autocracy.
What you might not know yet is if the potential partner you’re trying to click with is polyamorous, or poly for short. When I moved to Berlin from the UK earlier this year, I knew there was a casual attitude to dating. “Is it possible to have a monogamous relationship here?” I remember asking my equally perplexed British friend.
With cheap-as-chips homeware available all over the internet, following interiors trends isn't just something that rich people can do anymore. Well, the interiors gurus at Pinterest have done some research and had a little look at what people are searching for more and more on their site in accordance with the first Best of Pinterest Interior Awards. Think Laurel Canyon in the very early '70s: Joni Mitchell, peacock chairs, shag rugs and vinyl players.
After an explosion during an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester on Monday killed 22 people and injured over 50, Ariana Grande has released a statement about the incident, now deemed a terrorist attack. Other than a brief tweet the night of the tragedy, this is the first time Grande has publicly addressed the bombing, and her words are absolutely gut-wrenching. "My heart, prayers and deepest condolences are with the victims of the Manchester Attack and their loved ones," the statement begins.
This summer, bustling New Yorkers will take an uncharacteristic pause to witness one of the city's most striking natural events: a flaming orange sunset known as “Manhattanhenge”. Thanks to the Earth’s and sun’s rotations – and a happy accident of city planning – the sunset aligns perfectly with New York City streets twice a year. This month’s Manhattanhenge can be seen at 8.13pm EDT on 29 May, or 8.12pm the following day.
A gay foster father from North Carolina was detained after a flight from New York to Raleigh-Durham airport when a flight attendant reported him for touching his son inappropriately. Henry Amador-Batten, 52, was travelling with his five-year-old son Benjamin. According to a Facebook post by his husband, Joel Amador-Batten, a member of the flight crew had made a complaint about his proximity to the child’s genitals.
An iconic hotel that's played host to stars including Beyoncé and Jay Z, Princess Diana and Dodi al Fayed, Elton John, Grace Kelly and Robbie Williams, Cala di Volpe on Sardinia’s exclusive Costa Smeralda is perhaps best known as one of the locations where Roger Moore was filmed as James Bond in The Spy Who Loved Me. Despite the all-star status, luxury is discreet here.
Over a month after initial reports about concentration camp-like conditions in Chechnya, a new report from Human Rights Watch released on Friday indicates that top Chechen government officials have had a hand in the mass anti-LGBTQ purge that has reportedly seen hundreds of gay and bisexual men detained, tortured, and even killed. The report, based on interviews with dozens of torture victims, journalists, and activists, implicates Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov for the "unprecedented" crackdown, and claims that the purge began as early as February. According to HRW, the purge follows Kadyrov's playbook for dealing with "undesirable" groups, such as drunk drivers, drug users, and political dissidents.