Lady Gaga attended this year’s New York City Pride Parade and the pop icon was received by her fans with full vigour. The 32-year-old singer, who is an LGBTQ rights champion, was dressed in a white tank top and torn blue denims which were embellished with belts of rainbow colours. She sported a lemon yellow and striking orange eye shadow and completed her look with bangles representing the VIBGYOR. Gaga also took to social media to show her support to the community. “I love the LGBTQ community more than I can say. So I’ll sing it instead. Forever. And that’s a NY promise. One love!
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Diana Penty says as an actor her priority is to keep experimenting and avoid sticking to “formula films.” The actor, whose last release Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran did significantly well at the box office, says it is important for films to mint money at the ticket window but she would not compromise over content to be in a project which will “do well.”
Actor Priyanka Chopra made a passionate appeal for refugee children and said the world cannot lose an entire generation of kids to violence and displacement. On World Refugee Day (June 20), the 35-year-old star, who is a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, pledged her support to the kids who have been forced to flee their homes. In a video shared by UNICEF on Facebook, Chopra said besides being stripped of their basic necessities, these children have also been robbed of hope.
His latest comeback film Race 3" may have faired badly with critics but Bobby Deol is not worried as feels the movie has connected with the audiences.Despite being panned by the critics, the Salman Khan-starrer film crossed Rs 100-crore mark at the box office in its opening weekend. When asked about the criticism, Deol said, “I am very happy that people have appreciated my work and appreciated everyone’s work. We keep getting criticism.
Sandra Bullock says she once asked to be let go from a project she was working on after a person in power made unwanted advances towards her. The Oscar-winning actor, 53, said she tried to deal with the awkward situation through humour but did not succeed.”Very early on in my career I had a situation on a film, which was hard. It came from a person of authority. I kept deflecting it with humour and it didn't work. Finally, I said, ‘Please, just fire me.’ It was a lesson. After that, I tended to remove anything that could be misconstrued as sexual.
Huma Qureshi believes the #MeToo campaign worked in Hollywood because a lot of senior female actors came forward with their stories of sexual harassment, something which has not happened in the Hindi film industry. campaign, which sparked off a movement in Hollywood late last year, top actors like Gwyneth Paltrow, Salma Hayek, Angelina Jolie, along with people from other walks of life shared their stories of sexual abuse.
Almost 10,000 miles separate Yekaterinburg and their school in Montevideo but for a group of Uruguayan children, Jose Gimenez’s 89th-minute winner felt within touching distance.
As they bolted out of the classroom door and sprawled around the playground outside, some leapt, others soared with their arms outstretched, and the rest just ran. In physical terms, teams and players at this World Cup have never been further away or more hidden from their fans. And yet, the fans still have a huge influence on football’s global showpiece.
Actor Ewan McGregor is all set to star in Warner Bros’ film adaptation of Stephen King novel Doctor Sleep. Published in 2013, Doctor Sleep is the sequel to King’s The Shining, which was adapted in 1977 by Stanley Kubrick for a film by the same name starring Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall.
The decision to award the 2026 World Cup to North America on Wednesday follows an explosion in football's popularity across the region which can be traced directly to the 1994 finals staged in the United States. For decades, the United States was regarded as the final frontier for the world's most popular sport, with the beautiful game unable to encroach on territory dominated by baseball, basketball and American football.
Host nation Russia are under enormous pressure to perform as they head into Thursday's World Cup curtainraiser against Saudi Arabia in a contest between the two lowest-ranked nations in the tournament. Stanislav Cherchesov's side will walk out onto the pitch at the 80,000-capacity Luzhniki stadium, the historic crucible of Russian sport, ranked a lowly 70th in the world, three spots below Group A rivals Saudi Arabia, and without a victory in eight months.