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Celebrities often go into various endeavors besides acting. Their fame can be used as an excellent marketing tool and they usually have the finances to back up their enterprises. Celebrity doesn't always equate to success, however. Take for example Steven Speilberg's themed restaurant Dive!, which didn't survive; or Britney Spears' New York restaurant Nyla, which didn't last long either. Of course, there have been plenty of celebrity success stories as well, such as Hugh Jackman's The Laughing Man Coffee Shop or Ryan Reynold's Aviation Gin. What we don't see that often, though, is a celebrity trying the same style of business again once it has failed.
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony have maintained a good friendship since they separated, and they do this for the well-being of the children they have in common. In addition, the ex-partner has always decided to support each other in any circumstance.
Wheel Of Fortune is no stranger to controversies that enrage fans. Recently, a player lost because she took too long of a pause, while another lost for adding an "a," and a different player lost for accidentally adding the word "and," and she wasn't the only one it happened to. Even Celebrity Wheel Of Fortune has seen issues, like when a contestant didn't pronounce a sound correctly. Meanwhile, the show has also been slammed for confusing puzzles, but even with all the debatable moments, no one appearing on the show has ever said anything about it... until now.
Florence Pugh is dropping new music for her next movie project. Pugh recently appeared on an episode of Vogue's The Run-Through podcast to discuss her favorite roles and upcoming projects. Amidst filming for Dune: Part Two, the 27-year-old actress shared that she's also been working on original music that will be featured in the upcoming comedy-drama A Good Person, written and directed by her ex, 47-year-old Garden State actor Zach Braff.
Fever Ray’s Karin Dreijer is both the seductress and the seduced in their newest music video, “Kandy," the latest single to drop from their forthcoming album Radical Romantics. The song will be nostalgic for many fans of The Knife, using the same steel-drum synths found on The Knife’s work from the early aughts and a familiar, enduringly creepy visual concept that pays tribute to the “Pass This On” temptress-at-the-mic video. The song is co-produced by Karin's brother and The Knife bandmate Olof Dreijer, who co-stars in the video as a bedazzled flute player. Karin Dreijer plays a glimmering pink-suited siren (paired with Fever Ray's famous blood-shot eyes and patchy blonde mop) who is on the musical war path to seduce a nine-to-five worker-bee, also played by Karin.
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