On July 20th, the country power couple announced they were calling it quits on their marriage, though less than a week later they engaged in some playful banter via social media. And when a fan questioned whether or not the amicable tweets were genuine, Blake replied, “Well rest assured not one sh*t is given.”
Having been dropped from Simon Cowell’s Syco Management firm, Zayn Malik decided it was time for a new manager and a fresh start at a new record label.
On Wednesday (July 29) the former One Direction crooner inked a deal with RCA Records, the same label as Justin Timberlake, Chris Brown and Shakira, and he made sure to post a photo of the moment via Twitter.
She’s always been a voice for her fellow females and Lea Michele just jumped on board on behalf of the #ActuallySheCan initiative.
The “Glee” actress posted a sassy snapshot of herself holding a sign with the #ActuallySheCan hash tag and the “You Shine, I Shine” slogan. Lea wrote, “Let’s do this! Support and celebrate. What does #ActuallySheCan mean to you? #Strength #Solidarity #Ad.”
She’s directing a film adaptation of the memoir “First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia” by Loung Ung and Angelina Jolie plans on having her son Maddox by her side the entire time.
The “Changeling” chick told press she wants her 13-year-old boy to learn all about his homeland and what better way than with his mother! "I feel a deep connection to Cambodia. I want to respect its history and bring a film to the world that will not only show the hardships of war but the dignity and resilience of a people I deeply respect," she wrote via email to the AP. "The intent of this project is not to revisit the horrors of the war but to bring to the screen characters that people around the world will empathize with, and to help other people to learn about Cambodia."