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  1. they look like one huge person but LESSGO
  2. Bill Cosby thinks R. Kelly got a raw deal with a guilty verdict in his federal sex crimes case ... and he's blaming Gloria Allred and systemic racism. Cosby's spokesman, Andrew Wyatt, was asked what his client's reaction was to Kelly's conviction on all 9 counts. He told us Cosby said, "The guy was railroaded." Gloria represented alleged victims in both Cosby's case and Kelly's, and Andrew says she's running a familiar playbook. He's confident Kelly will walk free one day, just like Cosby, and believes racism played a key factor in Kelly's conviction. https://www.tmz.com/2021/09/28/bill-cosby-thinks-r-kelly-railroaded-guilty-verdict-federal-sex-crimes-case-andrew-wyatt/
  3. This comes after fans claimed she was inspired by Tinashe’s ‘Songs For You’ photoshoot: For context about the Chlöe reposting inspirational quotes part: Tinashe like a tweet saying one of Chlöe’s pictures was inspired and Chlöe posted a quote saying something like “don’t let anyone get under you when they are bent”.
  4. Erreur2 La Nature

    Kevin Federleech FURIOUS against Jamie !

    After watching "Controlling Britney Spears", Kevin Federleech was furious to discover his children's conversations with Britney were recorded as they are minors. When asked whether Federline would press charges over the alleged security issues, Kaplan told us, “Kevin would be making the decision on that.” Source: https://pagesix.com/2021/09/27/kevin-federlines-lawyer-responds-to-britney-spears-security-claims/
  5. Best Short Form Music Video DE UNA VEZ Selena Gomez Los Perez, video director; Kim Dellara & Clark Jackson, video producers [Maker Of Things Inc.] thoughts?
  6. translated: The Grammys don't value us, but they need us. It is my opinion and nothing against the other genres because they deserve all the respect. But the trick is already boring. We give them Rating but they don't give us respect (Pd. I'm nominated so they don't come because I'm hurt) JOSE He didn't see Nathy in Album Del Año and fumed just like me....oh wow...we get each other I think. jk but OT: stop complaining you're literally still probably gonna win for the spongbob song...
  7. @6:30 she revealed that she got really close to being cast in Freaky Friday (2003) and even did a screen test with Annette Benning (who was initially cast in Jamie Lee Curtis' part until JLC replaced her at the 11th hour) @29:30 she talks about turning down the role of Silver in the 90210 reboot because she had a record deal with Sony at the time and didn't want to blur the lines by playing another musician after just coming off of playing Jude in Instant Star for years Thoughts? Would she have eaten these roles up? How different would her career have gone if she had booked either of these roles?
  8. "Public service announcement: I’m 6’1 inches tall and 208 lbs. I’m in tremendous shape and I’m strong as ****. I’m a 24 hour juice cleanse away from blowing the season 1 poster for Arrow out of the water. We did the photography for that poster a little over 9 years ago. Next time I post a photo in my hot pink skivvies, I’ll try and remember to flex! And if that isn’t good enough, send me your address. I will show up to steal your boyfriend or your girlfriend." from Facebook poor thing
  9. Erreur2 La Nature

    Netflix: "Britney VS Spears" - OUT NOW

    --POSTER-- --TRAILER-- --INFOS-- Spears did not, in fact, collaborate with filmmaker Erin Lee Carr The movie also forced Carr to reshape “Britney vs Spears,” the project she’s now spent 2½ years developing. In an interview with The Times, Carr discussed the difficulty of convincing sources to talk about Spears, how she feels about the singer herself watching the movie and the prospect of the conservatorship finally coming to a close. I very naively was like, “Well, maybe I can figure it out.” I called an industry insider at the beginning, and the person was like, “Yeah, good luck getting anyone to talk. It’s not gonna fly. It’s this story that nobody talks about.” People don’t want to return your phone calls. Some of the people that I really wanted that had not spoken before — they were like, “Absolutely not” or just didn’t respond. We had a source that was connected to the conservatorship that began to give us documents in the fall of 2020. This was the first time I had seen what people in the conservatorship at the inception of it said. When you found out that “Framing Britney Spears” was coming out, how did that change things for you? How do you think it did? [Laughs] This is such a huge story, and that was such a great primer for how the media treated Britney. I think it’s an incredibly important thing for people to understand. And then for my film to take on the responsibility of the conservatorship as Britney speaks out — focusing less on how she was culturally treated but more the consequences of it. So you did edit your movie after the other project was released? Absolutely. I didn’t know what was going to be in their film. I knew that there were certain subjects where there was overlap. So when it came out, my producer Dan Cogan was, like, “All right, get going, get moving, we have to change the film.” I was, like, “Well, my film makes the arguments in a different way.” And he was, like, “We are now going to change course.” Netflix was so understanding and gave us some more time. What would you say are the vital differences between your movie and “Framing Britney Spears”? This is a two-and-a-half years long investigative process into the conservatorship. There has been an amazing amount of coverage, but that’s a really long time to be focused on this. We wanted to be the definitive place to understand the beginning, middle and hopefully what we will find out as the end of this saga. If you care about women, you should watch this movie. If you care about mental health, you should watch this movie. If you’re a fan of Britney Spears, you should watch this movie. I specifically made the creative decision that we were not going to utilize the same imagery that she has said before is traumatizing. The incidents that happened in 2007 during one of the episodes at the hospital — you’re never going to see those. Do you think she knows the film exists? Yes. I sent her a letter and I have reason to believe that she was able to read it. I think she’s focusing on her new beau. After everything you learned about her conservatorship, do you think the end is really in sight? It’s so incredibly difficult to get out of a conservatorship, specifically Britney’s because she does not want to be [medically] evaluated. By letter of the law, you must be evaluated to terminate a conservatorship. So there’s been these moments where it’s like, “Jamie intends to step down” — but I have to remind people that he’s still her conservator. It is not done until it is done.
  10. During her songwriting career, Andrea Martin penned songs for Monica, En Vogue, SWV, Angie Stone and Leona Lewis. Andrea Martin, the singer-songwriter who wrote songs for artists such as Monica and En Vogue, has died. She was 49. Martin's death was announced in a statement shared to her Instagram Story on Monday. "Dear Family and Friends, it is with a heavy heart we inform you of the passing of our beautiful Andrea Martin also known as 'Annie,' " the statement read. "Andrea will always be remembered for her passion and dedication to her family and friends. Her impact will continue to be felt and heard for a lifetime." https://people.com/music/singer-songwriter-andrea-martin-dead/ some of the songs ATRL may recognize: she was so young
  11. https://variety.com/gallery/the-academy-museum-of-motion-pictures-lacma/
  12. “A lot of Lana’s fans had flagged one of Lorde’s new songs “Stoned At the Nail Salon” saying the melody mimicked two of her tracks – Wild At Heart and Hope Is A Dangerous Thing(...). “Lana’s team agreed and after an expert got involved and some discussions were thrashed out between everyone involved, Lorde’s people came back and offered Lana a percentage of the publishing rights to the song.” But I’m told that despite the offer, Lana isn’t interested in the money – simply a public acknowledgement from Lorde that the track was inspired by her. “It means the only last course of action would be to sue – but everyone is very keen to avoid that if at all possible and hopes there can be an amicable resolution instead. Source: https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/16214156/lana-del-rey-lorde-claims-ripped-her-off/
  13. The last court hearing happened over 2 months ago, on July 14th. Britney obtained the right to hire her own attorney. She chose Mathew Rosengart, a former federal prosecuter who already represented high profil celebrities. Since July, Rosengart has asked judge Penny to move up the court hearing. She declined. He also filed a petition to remove Jamie immediately and she refused it. Many important events happened recently. Jamie "agreed" to step down as Britney's conservator (under certain conditions) and filed a petition to end the conservatorship in order to escape a $50M sentance he would have to pay to his daughter if he was found guilty while still being her conservator. In the last few days, Mathew Rosengart has added a third supplement to the July petition to remove Jamie, mentionning the new surveillance allegations in the New York Times documentary "Controlling Britney Spears": "Mr Spears engaged in horrifying and unconscionable invasions of his adult daugther's privacy. Specifically the Times reported that he and others ran an intense surveillance apparatus that monitored [Ms. Spears's] communication and also evidently captured attorney-client communication with her prior lawyer, which communications are a sacrosanct part of the legal system". Following the serious accusations against Jamie in the documentary, we have also learned that he is being investigated by the FBI. So, there's a major court hearing tomorrow on Wednesday September 29th in which judge Brenda Penny is expected to make her ruling on all of the petitions that have been submitted. I'll be updating with court documents if they're available online and infos.
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