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‘Sister Wives’: Christine Says She Doesn’t ‘Trust’ Kody In Their ‘Dysfunctional’ Marriage

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Kody and Christine Brown continue to ‘struggle’ in their marriage on the Dec. 5 episode of ‘Sister Wives.’

Things did not get better in Kody Brown and Christine Brown’s marriage on the Dec. 5 episode of Sister Wives. Although the episode started out on a positive note, with the family finally deciding how they would divide up their Coyote Pass property, Christine’s heart still wasn’t in it. She was still set on moving back to Utah, although that did not seem to be in the cards for Kody and the rest of his wives.

“Kody and I are struggling more than ever before,” Christine admitted. “The thought of living here on the property and seeing him in full functioning marriages — do I want that? No. The best I can give today is just to pretend.” Kody could tell that something was off with Christine, so he asked her to meet him on her piece of property to talk things out. Christine explained that she was upset with Kody for originally being “giddy” about the prospect of moving back to Utah, only to then say he didn’t want to when the conversation came up with the other wives.

christine brownChristine Brown on the Dec. 5 episode of ‘Sister Wives.’ (TLC)

“We want different things in our relationship,” she said in a confessional. “We want a different kind of relationship. I don’t even want to talk to him right now, to be honest with you.” Kody apologized fo shutting the conversation about Utah down in front of the other wives, and admitted to being “stoic” about it.

Although Christine thanked Kody for his apology, deep down, she wasn’t feeling it. “That’s a stupid word he’s using.

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Succession Recap: We're Not Sure Which of the Roy Siblings Made Us Squirm More

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The Roy siblings may’ve been in Italy for their mother’s wedding, but they sure knew how to make the getaway all about them.

In the Dec. 5 episode of Succession, titled “Chiantishire,” the children of Logan Roy (Brian Cox) proved just how messy they really are.

Let’s start with oldest sibling Connor Roy (Alan Ruck), who chose to propose to his paid-for-girlfriend Willa (Justine Lupe) after a journalist began asking questions about their relationship. To make matters worse, Connor’s not-so-grand gesture took place at an event celebrating his mother’s wedding, which is just rude. Of course, Willa’s response didn’t help, as she couldn’t bring herself to say yes or no.

“If it’s OK, I’m smiling now like you said yes,” Connor told his maybe bride while wearing a terrifying grin.

And that’s not even the most awkward thing to happen in “Chiantishire.” Shiv (Sarah Snook) had us squirming in our seats during a weirdly condescending romp with husband Tom (Matthew Macfadyen).

After her mom told her that some women aren’t made to be mothers, Shiv drunkenly returned home and promised Tom that she’s willingly to have a baby. As the pair began to fool around, Tom invited Shiv to boss him around by calling her “mistress.” However, Shiv quickly spewed out a series of insults, leaving her husband rattled the next day.

“It kind of got into the realm that you don’t love me,” he admitted to Shiv. “Sometimes I think, should I maybe listen to the things you say directly in my face when we’re at our most intimate?”

Rather than assure him that their relationship is fine,

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‘Yellowstone’ Recap: Beth & Rip Plan To Marry Soon & Jamie Confronts Garrett

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As Beth and Rip made marriage plans, Jamie had an intense discussion with Garrett over his role in the Dutton attacks during the December 5 episode of ‘Yellowstone.’ Plus, the Lloyd and Walker tension came to a head.

Jimmy is slowly but surely getting acquainted with his life at the Four Sixes. He’s found a place to stay — inside this time — while working on the ranch. He gets up every day to the same routine, hoping that he made the right move in leaving Yellowstone.

Back in Montana, Beth is worried over John not calling her. She knows something is up. Beth asks Rip to take her on a ride. “Beth, why can’t you tell me what you’re thinking?” Rip asks. She’s always telling him what they’re doing and none of the why. He then spends his whole day thinking about what she’s up to.

Kelly ReillyKelly Reilly as Beth Dutton. (Paramount Network) Beth & Summer Fight In Front Of John

Beth heads to the main house. She walks in and finds Summer in John’s shirt in the kitchen. Naturally, Beth doesn’t take it well. When Summer asks who Beth is, Beth responds with a knife in her hand, “I’m the b*tch about to stab you in the stomach.” Beth thinks Summer is a hooker, while Summer thinks Beth is John’s wife.

John walks in and tries to settle things between the two women. Summer provokes Beth by thinking Beth got a boob job. “Actually, God gave me these for free. Looks like he gave me yours too,” Beth quips. John tells Beth to stop arguing with Summer. Summer decides to kiss John in front of Beth. John says he’s too old for all of this and tells Beth to be nice to Summer.

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Maren Morris Bundles Up In Leather Coat For National Christmas Tree Lighting Performance

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While performing outside at the National Christmas Tree Lighting in Washington D.C., Maren Morris kept warm with her leather jacket that had fur trim.

Maren Morris was one of many stars to take the stage at Washington D.C.’s National Christmas Tree Lighting on Dec. 2. The holiday special aired on CBS on Dec. 5, and Maren absolutely crushed her performance. The country singer performed  “Rocking Around The Christmas Tree,” and looked ready for winter in her outdoor ensemble.

maren morrisMaren Morris performs at the National Christmas Tree Lighting. (Andrew Harnik/AP/Shutterstock)

For the performance, Maren wore a navy blue, long leather jacket, which had black fur trip around the neckline and sleeves. She paired the look with black leather boots, and was appropriately dressed to sing outside for the holiday affair. Maren danced around the stage as she belted out the Christmas classic tune, getting attendees and viewers into the holiday spirit.

LL Cool J hosted the National Christmas Tree Lighting, which was attended by president Joe Biden and his wife, first lady Jill Biden. 2021 was the first time that the event was broadcasted on television. Other performers included Chris Stapleton, Patti LaBelle, Kristin Chenoweth, H.E.R, and more.

maren morrisMaren Morris rocks out at National Christmas Tree Lighting. (Andrew Harnik/AP/Shutterstock)

Of course, in addition to the performances, the big moment of the night was lighting the National Christmas Tree in the nation’s capital. The tree is located on the Ellipse in President’s Park. Throughout the holiday season, visitor will be able to stop by to visit the tree and see it in person.

With 2021 winding down Maren is looking ahead to the release of her next album.

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The Most Jaw-Dropping Succession Season 3 Insults (So Far)

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We get it, Succession season three may be the most hilariously savage one yet.

The HBO hit is over halfway through its third season, and we just can’t get enough of the insults and jabs the Roy family keep throwing at one another. For those who’ve yet to tune in, this chapter of Succession has son Kendall (Jeremy Strong) and father Logan (Brian Cox) once again at each other’s throats.

This civil war came about thanks to Kendall’s double-crossing decision at the end of season two, where he exposed his father for knowing about misconduct and other wrongdoings in the company. And while Logan would like Kendall to “f–k off” this season, the former heir apparent refuses to back down, providing plenty of opportunities for family fights.

For instance, back in episode four, “Lion in the Meadow,” Kendall and Logan are forced to reunite to appease a panicked shareholder, played by the brilliant Adrien Brody. During a hike with the warmly-dressed shareholder, Logan has a health crisis, but Kendall only seems focused on talking about business.

When Roman (Kieran Culkin) hears about the incident, he calls his brother and rips him a new one: “You tried to assassinate our dad with the sun. Do you have a fetish for nearly killing dad? Like just the tip, but for, like, killing dad?”

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Vicious, right? Well, that’s just a taste of this season’s iconic writing, as the rest of the cast—including Sarah Snook, Alan Ruck,

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Kyle Prue Tells You How To Piss Off Men

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If you’ve ever scrolled through TikTok hoping for a laugh, you’ve probably come across Kyle Prue. The witty multihyphenate has witnessed his casual social media hobby take on a life of its own due to his deadpan snark and his hit series, “how to piss off men.” Long before TikTok, Kyle became an established author via his breakout series of fantasy novels, Feud Trilogy, albeit as an unintended consequence of parental wrath. “When I was 16 years old, my parents took away our internet and cell phones and televisions, because they wanted us to become creative. My brother just hacked the Wifi, but I didn’t know how to do that,” he says. “So I started writing this  book to pass the time and then the next school year came around and I used it to get extra credit in English class. Eventually, my professor told me, ‘Hey, this is something really interesting. We should maybe see if we can try to get this published.’ So I spent the next two years querying people and trying to meet with people. All of a sudden it was coming out when I was 18. Then it was a free book deal. I had to write the next two books and all those are out now. Now I’m hoping to do more solo projects.” Asked who in his family would be trained as an assassin like the titular character Neil, Kyle doesn’t hesitate. “It’s definitely my mom. She’s very practical. She’s very cold. She’s a business woman. She just gets stuff done. If I were told that she had been some sort of Russian sleeper agent for the last 50 years, I’d be like, ‘Right. Oh yeah, of course.’” 

He’s endlessly fascinated by the creative world building potential of the fantasy genre, potential that is only exponentially increased by the enrichment of his ever diversifying background. “I have a lot of different things that I’m interested in. I’ve always been interested in writing. I’ve always been a writer, but I’ve also spent many years going to acting school. I did a lot of years doing stand up and a lot of years doing improv and I think all those things kind of feed into each other. Improv helps with writing more than anything else I’ve ever done because eventually you’re writing scenes and you’re kind of just doing both sides of an improv conversation. And so I think when it comes to creating a complex world, I tend to rely on all the different aspects of my training. For example, the acting training helps me develop characters and my interest in art and design helps me with history and architecture and stuff like that.” Even his readers could sense a shift. “It’s interesting too, because I had the first book come out, which was The Sparks. Right after that, I started working in standup and I started doing improv. When the next two books came out, I remember the majority of the reviews that I was getting, people were asking, ‘Why is this so much funnier than the first one? There’s so much more humor in it.’ I think it was just because I finally had those tools in my toolkit.”

When it comes to comedy, Kyle celebrates subtlety. “I think the way comedy is moving, and it has been moving in the last couple of years is, is into quiet comedy, I think in the early 2000s, we had many, many years of very loud comedy and the idea that everything had to be sort of over the top and zany, but now you can kind of see with shows like Succession or Letterkenny that sometimes the funniest possible stuff is stuff that is very, very subtle and that you have to search for. Because of stuff like TikTok and because of the fact that we all have the internet, everybody’s comedic IQ is advancing very quickly. And so it’s sort of become the era of quiet comedy. A big thing for me when I write characters is that I don’t want them to ever know that they’re funny. I don’t want them to ever know that they are telling a joke. The greatest comedy comes from a character being unaware. Within TikTok as well, that’s a big part of it – telling jokes as if you don’t know that you’re telling a joke. People are smart now and they know how to catch up.”  He embraces the simple premise of dropping a zany person into the mundane. “Sometimes, you’ll see writers who are sacrificing their story to make a joke  but when the humor is deeply laid out within the comedy of a certain character, I think it works a lot better. One of my screenwriting professors in college told us that the best way to get comedy is not by putting a normal person in various sane situations, it’s by putting a very strange person in a very normal situation and watching them trying to act normal. That’s where a lot of my interest in it comes from.” TikTok has provided him an avenue for him and his audience to discover each other. “The nice thing about TikTok is that there’s an algorithm and it is for whatever reason the greatest algorithm ever invented. It just continually brings you new talent that is sort of handcrafted to the way that you like to laugh. Oftentimes when people tell me, ‘Oh, I see your TikTok, I’m a fan of your stuff,’ it’s kind of because I can depend on the TikTok algorithm to find people who are interested in that sort of quiet comedy.”

Unsurprisingly, the premise for “how to piss off men“ originated from teasing men with an exceptionally silly hypothetical – the humor of which was promptly lost on them. “Originally, my roommate and I were talking about how it’s funny to tell dudes that they look like the kind of guys who, when they sleep, make this goofy snoring noise. We were just telling that to some dudes who we knew. I started to notice how viscerally upset it was making them, and it is a deeply sort of cartoonish premise. I went home and I started sort of talking to one of my writing partners about it. We cornered this idea that there’s something about men in general where they tie their masculine identity to certain structures. And it’s easy to attack these structures without attacking a person specifically. For some reason it really makes people very upset. When you say, ‘Oh, crypto, oh yeah. It’s like Kohl’s cash.’ There’s a lot of men who have tied their identities to the idea of earning money or being financial pioneers. That’s how they define themselves as men. Just by picking at that little structure, you release all this institutional anger. I’s been a very interesting social experiment to see how people are reacting to this series.”

Creating the videos has led Kyle to ponder why exactly a certain subset of men is so fragile and lacking any sense of irony or self-awareness.”I’ve never really had much of an issue with masculinity because I’ve never been a super masculine person,” he admits. “But when you are a man who loves being a man, you put yourself in a box and then you put femininity in a box, and then you put masculinity on top of femininity because you think, ‘Oh, this is better.’ This is better for whatever reason they think it is, but they don’t realize that they have still put themselves in a box. In reality, it is something that’s hurting them more than helping them. I think it just pokes at something that is very deeply buried and a lot of people don’t want to see that exposed.” He occasionally recognizes those flashes of compulsory masculinity within himself. “I experience this sometimes being a man, a male identifying person, whenever someone says something to me and I feel this unnatural institutional anger, it’s always a good place for me to realize where the work needs to begin. This girl had said that I looked like I couldn’t beat a goose in a fight. That was like the first thing that I talked about in the series, something that had made me so mad. And examining that anger from a less emotional standpoint,  the question had to become, “Why do I need to feel physically intimidating in any way, because it’s not something that I need or is even good for anybody or society. So why is that part of my masculine identity?”  While he may not be punching any waterfowl in the near future, the moment did catalyze a spirit of broader reflection. “I  think being a man in general, I have had the experience of having to dismantle a lot of weird puzzle boxes that I was given when I was a kid about what it means to be a man. It is one of the most complex issues. It takes years and years and years to undo those knots. It’s tough sometimes because the series has put me in contact with a lot of people who haven’t begun to do any of that work at all. I don’t think they’ll ever be interested in doing that work. I think it’s easier for those people to relate to me if I can put out these videos where I say, ‘Very much it upset me when I thought to myself, could I beat the goose in a fight, or when [someone posted] that my feet were a size four. These are things that show that I am not immune to the things that you are going through, probably on a greater level.”

As you might expect, the series has accomplished exactly what it says on the tin, with the overreaction from the unamused being so extreme that Kyle has received death threats. However, he points out that these videos have simultaneously generated a lot of good. “I love it when women tell me that they have used this to get out of negative altercations at bars. I like when some guy won’t leave them alone and then they say, ‘Crypto is like Kohl’s cash.’ And then the guy is so upset that he has to leave. I enjoy that a lot. I also enjoy it when I get responses from men who tell me, “I’m six videos in on this series. I’ve made it all the way here. And this is the first one that finally got me. This is the first one that made me upset.’ I think that’s a fun one too, because I like the idea that there are a lot of dudes sort of testing themselves against this series.”  With men being such consistent suppliers of shenanigans, Kyle doubts he will ever be hurting for content. “The way that I do the series, because I don’t want to body shame anybody, or I don’t want to get problematic in any way at all, is I start by taking a look at a structure, so, you know, starting by noticing that a lot of these men are defining their masculinity based on how physically impressive they are. Asking themselves, ‘How muscular am I? So that’s how I got to, ‘Do you have a friend who knows a good gym?’ I picked that structure and then next week I’ll take a look at my list of structures and then I’ll use those to find something else and luckily or unluckily, luckily for me and unluckily for society as a whole, there is no shortage of structures that men have decided to latch onto to define themselves as men in general.” His videos are emblematic of what will hopefully be a more optimistic future in terms of gender roles and the perceived artificial boundaries we limit ourselves by operating within. “This series has struck on a certain cultural moment. I think men are trying to free themselves from masculinity a bit, or some men are. I’m very interested to see how the next 10 years go and whether or not we’re all gonna realize that this whole putting ourselves in a box thing is very dangerous and makes it hard for men to talk about mental health and makes it hard to grow and ask for help. Or are we just going to dig ourselves deeper into the box and fight geese all day?”

In spite of his online popularity, Kyle has no intentions of becoming a content creator or monetizing his videos. “I constantly make jokes about doing this for clout or being a pick me, but I think on a certain level, if I decided, yup, I’m making money off of the masculinity gender crisis by selling toothpaste or power tools, I think it might be a not so great taste in people’s mouths.” He is perfectly content sticking to writing and acting, particularly excited to star in his upcoming miniseries, Rabbit, alongside Ken Davitian. “The miniseries is based on TaskRabbit, which is an app where you can hire someone to do anything you want. You can hire someone to come and build a bookshelf, or you can hire someone to come and help you cook dinner. The show is about a task rabbit who only takes on tasks that are embarrassing or illegal. It’s five episodes and it’s about five different tasks that he has to take on. It’s been really interesting because my character is super, super socially awkward and super disconnected from humanity. So all these people that he’s meeting, he’s seeing all the darkest and ugliest sides of them with no way to relate to them. That’s the narrative through line that we have throughout the show – this dude just desperately trying to relate to these weirdos who hire him.” No matter what task he is given, Kyle will always excel. Keep an eye out for Rabbit as well as Kyle’s upcoming book of poetry!

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Zendaya and Tom Holland Only Have Eyes for Each Other During Spider-Man: No Way Home Event

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Zendaya & Tom Holland Adorably Address Their Height Difference

Zendaya and Tom Holland‘s chemistry transcends far beyond the screen!

The Hollywood power couple appeared to only have eyes for each other, as they stepped out in style to attend the Spider-Man: No Way Home photocall in London on Sunday, Dec. 5. The two, who play love interests in the superhero film, displayed their real-life romance during the event.

At one point, photographers captured the pair with their arms wrapped around each other as they gazed into each other’s eyes. Another image showed the two flashing wide smiles at each other, with Zendaya holding onto Tom’s leather jacket.

In other pictures, the duo snuck in glances towards one another even as they posed with their co-star Jacob Batalon.

Their cute PDA wasn’t the only thing worth noting either.

The Euphoria actress turned heads in a glitzy Alexander McQueen outfit, which included a gray oversized blazer with silver embellishments and equally dazzling black tights that featured an explosion of diamonds.

Tom looked as suave as ever wearing a Celine ensemble, which included a black leather jacket, tailored black slacks and a striped button-down shirt.

The couple, who sparked romance rumors as early as 2017 but seemingly confirmed their relationship in July when they were spotted kissing, was styled by Zendaya’s longtime stylist, Law Roach.

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Just last week, the two shared a rare insight into their romance during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show. The 25-year-old actress told the host how certain aspects of working with Tom on Spider-Man worried her.

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson's Most Inspirational Quotes on Life, Family, Success & Giving Back

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Why Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Really Is the People’s Champion

He’s an inspiration on and off the big screen.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has carved out his own lane in Hollywood, proving there’s no one road map to success. And to say the 2021 People’s Champion is “successful” is an understatement, given his unending list of box office records (as latest international action thriller Red Notice is breaking Netflix’s records).

Year after year, the Moana performer and supportive father of three delivered iconic performances and memorable characters that’ll stand the test of time. But it’s his real life journey from his early wrestling career to fatherhood to his global success and beyond that has captivated his fans for nearly three decades. Not to mention his compassion and connection with his fans and his commitment to philanthropy are just the cherries on top.

“It doesn’t matter how much success my movies have, how many box office records they break, I will always be the hardest working person in the room,” the Hobbs & Shaw performer shared with Vanity Fair. And the hard work has paid off!

Scroll through the photo gallery below for inspiring life lessons and motivational quotes spoken by the 2021 People’s Champion himself, from staying humble to his work ethic on set and more.

Don’t miss Dwayne accept the People’s Champion award at the 2021 People’s Choice Awards on Tuesday, Dec. 7 at 9 p.m. on E! and NBC.

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On Authenticity

“It’s critical to be your most authentic, true self,” Dwayne wrote on his Instagram.

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Pink Helps Dying Fan With Cancer Complete Her Bucket List

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Pink just made a terminally ill fan’s dream come true. 

The “Raise Your Glass” singer, 42, sat down with long-time fan and fellow Philadelphia native Diane Berberian, 63, for a thirty-minute Zoom call last month, helping her check off one of the last major goals left on her bucket list.

Outside of being one of Pink’s biggest fans, Berberian is an elite runner, triathlete, and Ironman competitor, who is in hospice care after being diagnosed with bone cancer. According to ABC 6, the 63-year-old completed her final marathon in Philadelphia just last month.

On Nov. 27, Berberian posted a segment from her conversation with Pink on Facebook and shared her appreciation for everyone who helped make it possible.

“THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO TOOK THE TIME TO TRY AND MAKE CONNECTIONS… OUR DREAM CAME TRUE!!!!!” she captioned the video. “Pink sang ‘We Are the Champions.’ Will try to share later.” 

In the video, Berberian called Pink’s decision to speak with her “a beautiful act of kindness,” expressing that when she found out they were going to meet it brought tears to her eyes. 

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“You’ve made my day,” she said. “I don’t even know what’s on my bucket list now, because you were so far at the top. All the other things started to happen so it’s kinda like, ‘Okay, I’ll think of somethin’ else!'” 

Pink revealed that it was another fan that tipped her off to Berberian’s wish and marveled at her story.

“You have a kind of bravery that I don’t understand,” the musician said.

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Olivia Rodrigo, Lil Nas X and More Stars Step Out in Style for Variety's Hitmaker Event

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“As many of you know, it’s been a pretty crazy year, it’s been a pretty fun year,” Lil Nas X said accepting the award for Innovator of the Year. See how he and other stars dressed for the brunch.

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Stars hit all the right (fashion) notes!

On Saturday, Dec. 4, music’s top artists and newbies alike stepped out in style to celebrate Variety‘s fifth annual Hitmakers brunch in Los Angeles. Celebs like Olivia Rodrigo, Anitta, Lil Nas X and many others didn’t miss a beat in the fashion department.

Getting into the holiday spirit, the “good 4 u” singer, who took home the Songwriter of the Year Award, wore a little black dress with mesh detailing that featured a bright green bow in the center. She tied her look together with black see-through socks and matching Mary Jane platform heels.

Additionally, Lil Nas X was a vision in white, dressing up in a Balmain cut-out design paired with matching bell-bottom pants and blazer. During the event, he gave a heartfelt speech while accepting the Innovator of the Year Award.

“As many of you know, it’s been a pretty crazy year, it’s been a pretty fun year,” he said. “This year, it took a lot of mental strength for me to continue to keep pushing after my debut.”

He explained, “I reached such a high place so quickly and it’s very scary to try to follow up and keep it going. But I came out, I was myself. I put effort into every single part of my career.”

The musician also thanked his team, adding, “I’m super thankful for this award,

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Saweetie Sizzles In Sparkly Corset Bodysuit After Icy Jack Daniel’s Event — Photos

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Tap in! Saweetie looked fab at back-to-back events, including the Jingle Ball and a soirée marking her Jack Daniel’s partnership!

Saweetie, 28, is ready for the holiday season. The “My Type” rapper looked sensational as she performed at the annual Jingle Ball in Los Angeles on Friday, Dec. 3 in a gorgeous corset and fishnet stockings. Rocking her bright red hair, the Saweetie — née Diamonté Quiava Valentin Harper — performed a medley of hits from her past mixtape and upcoming alebum Pretty Bitch Music. At one point, she held onto two Tiffany & Co. boxes on stage, throwing out the pieces of mystery jewelry to lucky audience members!

Saweetie performs at the Jingle Ball on Dec. 4. (Matt Baron/Shutterstock)

The USC grad has had a busy week, as she also celebrated her Jack Daniel’s partnership with an “icy” soirée on Dec. 2.

Saweetie at her Jack Daniel’s event on Dec. 2. (Jorge Meza)

Saweetie gave us winter meets The Little Mermaid vibes for her event look, which included a bedazzled strapless corset and light blue silky skirt. She arrived to the party like only Saweetie could, descending from the ceiling in a large snowflake display before serving up three signature cocktails: the Expensive Taste, The Icy Mule, and Jack’s Spiked Tea.

Saweetie pours up a cocktail at her Jack Daniel’s soirée. (Jorge Meza)

“I had a great time kicking off ICY Season with Jack Daniel’s, my favorite whiskey,” the two time GRAMMY nominee said at the Winter Wonderland themed event. Saweetie recently earned two nods from the Recording Academy: one in the Best New Artist category,

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Audrey Hepburn’s Legacy: Everything To Know About Her 2 Children & 5 Grandkids

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One of Hollywood’s biggest icons leaves a legacy of five grandchildren. Find out more about Audrey Hepburn’s kids and grandkids here.

Audrey Hepburn was an iconic Hollywood star known for her incredible roles, flawless style and tireless humanitarian efforts. Born in Brussels, she studied ballet and acting in England before moving to America where she found fame in 1953’s classic romantic comedy Roman Holiday. Her beauty and undeniable charm radiated off the screen in such films as Funny Face, Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Charade. Her work on stage would eventually land her the enviable status of an EGOT winner. Later in life, she spent most of her time with charitable works, which led her to being awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom named in 1992, one month before she passed away from cancer at the age of 63.

The glamourous legend was first married in 1954 to her co-star Mel Ferrer, with whom she had son Sean Hepburn Ferrer. They divorced in 1968. She married her second husband, Italian psychiatrist Andrea Dotti, in 1969 and they welcomed a son as well, named Luca Dotti. The half-brothers would go on to give Audrey five grandchildren, although she passed away before the first was born. Keep reading to find out all about Audrey’s legacy.

Sean Hepburn Ferrer  Sean Hepburn FerrerSean Hepburn Ferrer is the first born son of Audrey Hepburn. (Nam Y Huh/AP/Shutterstock)

Audrey’s first born was welcomed in 1960 while the family was living in Switzerland. Sean has worked in many areas of the movie-making world, including development, production, post-production and marketing, per IMDB. Although he didn’t follow his mother’s footsteps as an actor, he did take up her humanitarian spirit and founded the Audrey Hepburn Children’s Fund a year after she passed.

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