8 Burst results for "Vo Cover"

"vo cover" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

07:21 min | 11 months ago

"vo cover" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast

"I guess or maybe like it was like a positive thing But yeah working now in Josh process name josh. Pinson vinson also aka little josh. He ended up winning the title of josh. Josh in general ed lee. Yeah he was a he was a child. That was battling a form of illness. I don't recall the exact name of it but it was For two years he was also like just five years old. He's very little josh. And yet josh. Vinson was fighting some Some illness for on two years and day declared him winner because of course he was the strongest one of all of them finding finding at such a young age obviously like he deserves and he won he and he won. He was number one. Josh that that Became victor of the whole thing was really cool with that. They also made a fundraiser and sort of like a a raising money type of event on out of that thing so they i believe they did like an online thing where you can donate money and they donated a total of around fourteen thousand three hundred fifty five dollars worth of money to donate to children's hospital to hospitals and they even donated around Two hundred pounds of canned foods so they did sort of like a naked to in one type of thing where like they donated this money to help children. You know in in in in As a way in relation to joshua vincent's situation they donate a lot of money to hospitals. You know helping helping any kids in pediatric cancer. And he sort of Stomach illnesses or anything like that is is really cool. That they made like this whole name event thing become a positive fundraiser to help other people. And that's where that's where it's really cool to see on the internet and They yeah they raised two hundred around two hundred pounds of canned food to donate to like homeless shelters donate to people in need of food. Anything like that and overall like. I didn't even know that they're going to do something. I thought it was just like a a funny movement that was going to happen online but it turns out it was for a good cause and people did it. Benefited a lot of people and again to see that was really really cool to see like how how they made this positive thing. Yeah definitely look into it if you if you want to you know. Keep up even though i did tell you. Look this whole story or this whole back of it. You wanna learn more details about the josh thing. It's it's it's pretty funny and yeah a next up on twitter. A video of white castle funding like i. It's white castle. Like i don't know i live in pennsylvania and there's like no white house here because the east coast and Yeah it is a video white white castle. That's been opened in orlando florida recently and there was video of a guy showing the whole car line at nine. Am for white castle. 'cause it was grand opening and the people want to see what was people wanna see the hype over grant over white castle and you know it was just super weird to see that because like we're first off we're gonna pendant we're still in. The pandemic obviously is not as intense as a was a prior to like a year ago. But still the pandemic and people are waking up early in the morning. Now kate nine. I'm not saying ninety super early. They probably woke up earlier than that to like. Get ready to go but they will go early in the morning in their car for several hours. I heard someone tweet that they waited six hours for white castle. yeah and they. They sat in line for several hours just to get white castle in florida. I'm a. I'm assuming there's not a little not a lotta white castles that mesa. Secure the east coast. Yeah there's not allow white castles in florida just because like it's more. I believe it's more more of a west coast thing or even like mid coast thing The video was trending all over twitter of how it was a twenty two second video but i believe it was a little bit sped up so like unless like the person who's driving really fast but like it was a long line that lay even though it was a twenty two second video a captured lake lake thirty cars per second so like it was just so was saloon cars now thirty per second probably or aderito blake is probably ten cars per second in the in each frame of the video like wow. This is a lot of cars that were just waiting for white castle. And i wanna know like. Who's winning flake aren't it isn't a typical american food like say american food burgers fries like typical stuff like that. You know stuff you finding an applebees. I feel as white castle is but yeah it was. It was really cool put. It was really funny and also really weird reason. I don't like i don't understand that hype of it. Be at the video did numbers. It got six hundred thousand views on twitter with around forty five hundred re tweets and Fifty one fifty one forty likes or loves. I don't know what exactly is but yeah they're like people liked it and it was on a means that they'd come out of that. It was just really cool overall and Really random them to like. I get like the grand opening of a place that is in comic I assure you if an in and out opened here in the east coast even in. Pa the line would probably be just as or more Long then the one at white castle because people hype it up over here in the east coast but like there's those people like that good. I personally have added in and out before and now save burger place. You could find here. I don't really get the hype over it next up a billy. Irish was under british vogue cover magazine and really really cool. It was very it was it. was you know. She didn't tease there. Anything an instagram. Or whatever but like it was really cool to see because it was more of a mature adult type of look on billy irish as you know she started very very young as artisan we essentially wash grow up and become more of an adult artists Which is really cool. And yeah and the whole vo cover. She'll first off stunning gray. She looked wonderful and Definitely taken out on her instagram page. billy alex but Yeah see she's wearing like these. Like i'm gonna say old tiny close but like you know definitely dated clothing And it's not something you would commonly communist Against looked great in in the outfits. It looks stunning. And it was just dope to see that that whole sort of sort of like chain not wanting to say like total change like you would know you know billy irish as the one who dresses up very very baggy of a loud colors and and like different nikes Patterns and stuff like that but with this whole voting you get to see a more. You know skin-tight tights flush look. I guess i wanna like. I'm not like a connoisseur of clothing like a a more less lake more fitted type of type of clothing and That was really cool tied to see now. People don't really see that quite often with barely irish but dope dope really think doping. Yes she did for vogue and we check in our instagram as she posted the picture. Is that the Did they have on vogue..

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Vogue faces backlash over Kamala Harris cover photo derided as too casual

Daily Pop

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Vogue faces backlash over Kamala Harris cover photo derided as too casual

"Kamala. Harris is on the cover of vogue controversy so the magazine released two covers featuring the vice president elect social media sounded off saying the pictures looked washed out and that one with her Wearing the dark suit in the conver- seekers a lot of people thought that was way too casual. Will the vote team says it felt the more informal picture captures her authentic a nature. I'm outta time. Just what do you think of all this I think that everybody has gone from infectious disease. Experts to constitutional experts. Now they're creative directors and magazine houses. Everyone is always upset about a magazine. Cover remember when harry styles out and address. People were outraged. I think for kamala harris. She and her team pick this outfit. They wanted to omaha to her relaxed nature and also her sorority. And i think they're happy with this so funny. How many people probably go through just to pick that outfit. I mean like her entire team. The entire vogue team like everybody sounded off on. It ends like they still get backlash. So sometimes you just can't win the biggest seller ever. Yeah it wasn't. I don't think i'm harris. Vo cover was necessarily about the fashion. I think that's the first cover that it was focused more things.

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"vo cover" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"vo cover" Discussed on LadyGang

"I mean, I've been doing here for like fifteen years now and seeing all kinds of hairdressers, and Chris McMillan is he's like a hair God like he makes hair. Look amazing. But also, I just think it's like the way that Jennifer wears it, you know, like her clothes or makeup. Nothing wrong. Nothing's ever like overdone and just like you said like that messy here. It's like so effortless perfect on her. And I really think it's the way she wears it. Freakishly beautiful personally if any of us dried not that hard. We look like garbage. My thing. And I want the people of the world to know Charlene's someone else you work with I have to say after interviewing hundreds of celebrities that I think Shirley's is the most beautiful celebrity in real life as to what she looks like in Adour add like they're the same. Like people have Photoshop or they're like, not as stung in like their non Photoshop VO cover, but she's like she's stupid. She looks like human face tutors owning in person you really how they won the has makeup on. Shrill never win the plastics. I haven't wearing this jumpsuit for like three months, but I tried, but it is true with early at least as a newer client. Just recently started working with Charlie's. And every once in a while, I'll get these calls to work with a certain person, and I get super excited, and she was one of those people, you know, I hate when people say like oh celebrities get excited about celebrities or I don't care about celebres bitch. We all care about celebrities to a certain degree, and I care about celebrities in the sense that like I care about people who are successful and driven. And so I like to be around people who have Jennifer Aniston's been in this business forever and to be in this business forever. Like that. There has to be something really special about you. And I like to be around that kind of energy. So at least their own is Nikon speculate. So I'm not gonna we're not going to sit here and just ask you to gossip about celebrity. I want to know about you. So tell me the story like how did you like what terrible beauty school? Did you go to intern people's heritage? Up in the. You know since I was a little kid. I've always been obsessed with hair, and blond hair in particular. Like just little kid obsessed with hair the first art class. I took I was painting a picture of Kim basing his hair in the movie Batman. Turn and cut to. She's a client of mine, which was another huge. Like that was one when she sat in my chair like immediately had to say, I'm like, I've just got to say that like you've been my everything since I was like a little kid. I got sorry. We like drawing your hair back in the day. I told her and she's the sweetest person in the world to immediately makes you feel so comfortable, and like she's like family to me like she I love her so much. So that was like a really cool moment in my career. But when I was kid obsessed with hair, always drawing pictures of hair all the time, but I come from a really big Mormon family, and like lots of guy cousins for whatever reason and berry athletic and a very athletic family, which I have a lot of cousins who played professional sports. So in the back of my mind, I was always like I could never tell my family that I wanna do hair for living like no way. So I went to college pretended that I was straight. I a fraternity hanging in totally like a, bro. But in the back of my mind, I wanna do hair so bad..

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"vo cover" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:44 min | 3 years ago

"vo cover" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The PBS news. VS news hour comes on this afternoon at three o'clock right after the world here on kqed. Public radio. I'm Marco werman. You're with the world. The impressive voice of sallied keta, the singer from Mali and west Africa announced his retirement recently, his music will endure though, as well his advocacy on behalf of people with album so leaf is one of them, and he's widely recognized for opening up the discussion in Africa and around the world. So we've got allies elsewhere in Africa to join this fight in their own way. People like Tonto hope she's a lawyer and activist from South Africa. And now a model the first person with album ever to appear on vogue cover specifically this month's vogue, Portugal edition, dedicated to the diversity of African beauty onto hope joins us. Now. Hi time, though, my first question actually is not from me. But from a social worker and black woman with Alvin ISM from Chicago her name is brandy. Marie and she was really stoked to see you on the cover of oh Portugal. And she has a question for you. A letter start. I got really emotional because I just haven't seen myself growing. At sea myself. I looked to these magazines wanting to see myself in never did. And I am wondering about how felts to be in the beauty space into be called beautiful after growing up in hearing that you where not needed for our tease, and then sort of how you process that Tunda. How do you answer that? I think you know, when I when I grew up a group having pedants who web absolutely Wenda Afo who told me that I was beautiful all the time. But then you know, when I went into society in looked at the media space, I wasn't represented with respect to what was put trade beautiful. So I started developing inadequacy as I really head relationship with society, the took quite a while for me to understand beauty in. Tim's of me just being mean terms of accepting that my eyebrows, a pale my. A pale that my hey is currently and blonde as opposed to curly and black. You know ahead to go into the muddling industry. Understanding that might pope was to focus on representation in saying that the way look as Nuff with. I am on a VO cover or not to be quite honestly, I saw that. When I saw myself unavo- cover, I felt more relief than happiness to be honest, really relief. How in that had gone through so many battles? And a lot of the times when you going through all of these nuanced battles with respect to representation when you actually kind of get more than anything, you just feel relief that you know, what of managed to do this representation to the best of my ability Miwa? No, you've probably told the story many times by now. But maybe one more time if you could share it with us, how did you go from lawyer and activist to being a model? I was a prosecutor nice. To prosecute in in sexual offence cases, and what have been designed decided to take a bad Toco, but I had already started my career at the time a went into it. As a pet form of representation, so modeling was activism for you is activism how the industry the modeling industry respond to a woman with album who is also an activist for album. I started experiencing a great deal of boxing and stereotyping. It was a constant narrative of prejudice in Africa prejudice in African it wasn't that the negative was not significant ole or important that it became an Oakland. Suming narrative ended feted almost tipping away at my complete humanity in that I had experiences that people just did not consider important anymore. I was only the story about maybe maybe modeling isn't the way to do this kind of activism, you know. To be honest with you. I think it was one of the best ways. Because media was a negotiating medium. It helped negotiate a new never to speak to anything really been ISM was one of them. So I started learning how to kind of Hanis IMO compete identity with to help people see been ISM using media to the muddling space. And then how did this vote cover come about? I received an Email from Portugal. They said the cover of Junichi to my car. I didn't believe it to be undesired of you in the know into of I received an Email in that it wants to to do this particular thing they wanted to talk about my work diversity advocates. And she said, oh my gosh. Gina human trafficking stuff that's going on. What if these people went to to Cape Town, and you know, trying to traffic you. And as and you know, like literally, that's how far fetched the thought was and we have to do a lot of diligence to video of it. Where was it shot a slut in Cape Town? I actually brought some of my family jewelry that was very than African because representations remote faceted. Yes, is the woman been ISM. But this the southern African costs to women and kind of wanted to do my best to bring everybody with me the best way. I could speaking of identity Tonto, I've really been wanting to ask you this question since I learned about your story, South Africa known for apartheid government policy that separated whites from blacks for years and society, what did that do to your own understanding of who you are? Oh, that's great intense Christian. The interesting thing of learned is race is an institution that really was Brig from figment of somebody's imagination, but had real consequences consequences that live beyond Kyla because I am a black woman that still experiences. The consequences of what race is I don't have the color, but I learned something being in this body. The issue, isn't racism, isn't puppetry key isn't issues with respect to of been ISM. The issue is that we have a behavioral defect with how we deal with difference. When do you think onto it won't be a big deal anymore for a person with album to be on a cover of ogre, any fashion magazine, when it's just a model on the cover, and she just happens to have Albany. It's very difficult question to answer. Because I think right now, we're getting to a point way people celebrating quite a lot. You know, you're the first woman to do this the first black peasant to do that the first person of been to do that the first able pissing to do this. I usually kind of a point of progress the more you kind of get frequency of representation, the mole, you'll be able to normalize something that is considered extraordinary. Probably frequency would help a lot because the frequency would kind of nut make deviance it would make it a normalize -ation. We kind of need to start fitting values that allow that kind of progress in diversity and inclusion. Well, tons of hope the photographs with this. I invoke are gorgeous. And in no small part because of your presence. So keep on keeping on. Thank you. You can see that vogue Portugal, cover photo of Tondo hopefu- over the world dot ORG. News headlines and more analysis of the Miller report out today, that's all still ahead here on the world. Also update on North Korea's latest weapons. Test is coming up in the next segment of the world..

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"vo cover" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"vo cover" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"One of my favorite topics required. Minimum distribution just for me one of those because you know, I'm like you. I'm a strategy guy. And I love it when you can work strategy. There's a puzzle to be solved with required. Minimum distributions. And they're they're oftentimes there is. So we're talking about one of those strategies is go get a job get a job with another company that has a 4._0._1._K plan if you work for that company. And again, the IRS is not defined what work means, I'm sure you gotta have gainful employment. But, but if you do work for that company, you can roll over your 4._0._1._K plan or excuse me, your IRA plan into the new 4._0._1._K plan and not have to take a required minimum distribution until you sever service that can save a lot of money. Especially if there's a little tax arbitrage, you're still working. You've got other income you're selling your business or you've done some big Roth conversions in the past. Or whatever the case may be you may be able to delay taking required. Minimum distribution is still doesn't mean that you couldn't do Roth conversions along the way because there are no income limits. There's no you just have to you don't even have to have an income to do Roth conversion. So that's not an issue now. But I'll tell you what what what one of the benefits is is because you're not going to have much of an income. You're not going to have to come out of pocket. Too much on the tax Bill because your taxes will be lower. If if you go to work for a company that pays a grand or fifteen hundred bucks a month. You know, even if you're collecting social security, it's not going to if you're married. It's not going to put you in a high income tax bracket to take your income from the new job, plus some conversions. What what would be a problem is? If you have a million dollar a Roth IRA regular regular regular IRA, the requirement of distributions that'd be about forty thousand the first year and increasing up of your other income. Yeah. It is. And so if you have a lot of other income, and you're taking social security, which many people are certainly required minimum distribution age. You are taking unless you don't have it for some reason. It's getting it could subject your social security tax ation. In fact, it probably will additional taxation a dollar eighty five for every dollar of social security that that you you take all kinds of problems with that. I was talking about a couple of others. We'll get off that topic and move on to carve outs carve out is isn't that an ice cream store Carville? And then there's Carver's the steak house down the street, which is darn good. They're thinking mobster, there's fantastic lobster guy. But I've had their steak. Well, let's go. Double Dutch, you get out of the steak, and I'll have the lobster. That's so we're each paying. I gotta pay for mine. Well, yeah, I I've never been to a restaurant with you. Where you have let me pay. Maybe once now just kidding. I think maybe you did once and I was like feeling sorry for years. I think I finally just. You know, the differences you grew up in the radio business. That's where it came from C. That was it. I always thought was any anytime I took a client out to lunch or dab pan. So the first thing I do is reach my credit card. I remember we had a Texas Texas a tennis club years ago tell you those stories so like a dozen of this would go out to eat Evan. The Bill came all these people would get. Yes. My buddy Herbie and me, we would always be the ones he had his own business to always the one either picking up the tab or picking up the tab for picking up most of the tab and people would throw in by twenty five dollars for the food and thrilling tan horse. Yeah. He's vo. Cover the tip. You moron. You knew that me back in the day. Now, you came to me, I would have gladly. I didn't I didn't think I have enough money in the Bank to pay for you, your quality quality guy. You're my very first producer. We've got stories stories that over the over the coming months regale people can't carve out a qualified longevity annuity contract. Think about this for a minute. You're seventy years old. You got a bunch of money and. A retirement account of IRA rollover, and one of the things that we know is if you live long enough, you're going to be taxing the amount of earnings you can get an an in your portfolio because remember the sequence of returns risk. So one of the.

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"vo cover" Discussed on The Puddcast

The Puddcast

09:01 min | 3 years ago

"vo cover" Discussed on The Puddcast

"Like. Really good. I thought that was the whole rest of the thing for me was just like can I admit that I need myself to love myself in can I admit to my own self just how much need my community to love me. And in that realized that community does love me and just become responsible for believing it through you. So that was like mine major takeaway, I reach in refilled, and I just felt. Reinspired ready bunch of different ways. I didn't even quite since that I was lacking. Right. I guess I didn't know what I was looking forward to. But that was all have some big things for me. Yeah. What to what was some other? What are your takeaways for me? The very first night. You know, I have a huge hard to see people healed physically heal physically physical healings. That's the summer. I've always been drawn to and Sarangi cards coming on the first nights like super pump to to hear him, speak and just see you cocaine voice reward. You're gonna do. And I think it was during the they had some heel ends of that which is incredible. And but anyways, at the end of the end of his sermon, they do the partition part, right? And for me during those pertain parts or so powerful. 'cause is just like God's reminding me that he can use just may write the classic saying God can use little old me in just like, you know, I don't need to be this superstar Christian don't need to be. A pastor at Anita. Be fulltime in the church to forgot use me. Just like kinda my willing to say, yes, right now more willing to say yes to what you've called into whether it's in the church or in the marketplace, or whatever it is. But I love that importation time, and I just feel such a recharge from just having that time of Kevin somebody who's been filled with spirit to lay their hands on you while it's laid hands are a corporate prayer of the did sometimes which is. Because they hoisted falls on you. And for me, I've always been that person that feels spirit alive in all fall down and stuff like that not all the time. But a lot of times I will. So for me, it was reminder like cod's with me, and you know, I just get so excited and so this past Sunday cake lake hyphen recharge, you know, I've had this importation. Now, it's time for me to give it away. I don't think God gives us an impersonation freshest to hold onto ourselves right caucus importations a weekend imparted into other people in Seattle people's lives transforms out. So they done that like all through the conference inpatients. Right. I'm like hurry. Yes. More more more. You know, that was only sometimes as walking around in the stroller in the back room, and they're doing pertains make okay, I don't eat them to answer me. I can receive it right here. Right now this Holy Spirit, you're moving and so I just get so excited as grin on my face link yet come on it also invitations for me was like. Like vo. Cover any said does I'm just the mailman those really great analogy. I have heard has so much teaching never quite heard that that never never heard that when we're ministering to other people when they're praying for people even in our identity. It's like the unwitting is the work of God. And we're just a delivery men Napa amend, and so that's it like don't complain. But where you're getting the mill, and they let's have real in humble all the speakers were in stuff for me. Like a big thing that happened for me. Was we were coming elevator down to go to the conference. And there's two people elevator with us. And I was looking at them. And I'm like, they're definitely conference people. But then began to look at them in a little closer. Now is like he looked familiar the guy, especially and Finally, I was like you look familiar, and he's like, oh, his wife was like, oh, you must've been praying for my husband. And then all of a sudden, Nick. Yeah. Right. And it clicked your Andrew Brunson. You're imprisoned in Turkey. Right. And so yeah. So like super excited and Adam head recognize them. And you're like we have to give him a ride 'cause they ask I ride to the conference house. Like, there's absolutely no way of not give this guy ride on like all walk. You can try them. I know somewhat of the story of what you've gone through Turkey. I'm like you're getting a ride. No matter what the is this like we had her carseat still in there. We'll make room, you know, fish wreckers. And so just tied him with little drove into the conference. And then the next day that Canadian pastors from our. Catch the fire group were meeting with him cool. And so we got like interview him and ask him questions and his Gulnara ability. Just got me in. I never thought it could look as as a really hard thing. But what he went through actually. So encourage me and one of the things so he was in prison for two years in five days in his wife was in prison for thirteen those days, and he said for the two years and five days Guz presences lifted from him. So he didn't feel God's presence with head. And he's like, you know, all those on the biographies were so deceiving. Because he think Chris crates grace of just worshiping in prison in they're getting threatened. That was not the case for him him. He said if I would have got under prison after one year of being in there. I would be probably in the field position right now he said, but in the second year, and he was a lot of he's in solitary confinement, like no human contact and. For the first year. His wife would come in. And be like, please don't kill yourself this week. He was so roken and he said, but because he's imprisoned for another second whole year. That's God began to rebuild him that by by been strengthened him again. And he was talking about how he's like we have deer probably that a whole bunch of people finish. Well, that it's not the case use like there's valley of dry Billiton ahead of us. These guys do you wanna be once finish? Well. To be honest. He's like the first year he ages begged God, let me be a martyr or let me just go home to my children be the least in heaven that it didn't stand the test. Just let me get home. You know? But he's like in that second year. He was like if I'm in prison for the rest of my life. I want you in. That's what God didn't in him the second year. And I don't know. And he was like at the time. It didn't know what God's presence was with me. But he's like now. Now the fruit after he was talking about how he chose got. Anyway, even though I don't feel you. I believe you're there. And I choose you, and it just wrecked me in the sense of like. Life is hard people hurt chew things are so difficult. And it's like no matter what God choosing a matter. What keep my heart soft in? It's like standing through the test. And at the end, you're still standing, and it just made me really like I want to keep standing and standing strong and not you know, wanted to give up. But also, then I felt like, you know, how you guys are both saying like the rest of the conference is kind of seem and for me it was that the rest of the conference. It was like then felt like Randy was talking about the cost, and like, you know, going after these things than than hiding Baker was talking about how like she was an orphan. And there's this whole body with you, and like all of the struggle, and I just was latching onto all of the speaker struggles. But how they made it out and cats say choosing. And it was like after Heidi Baker got filled with. Holy Spirit said do you want the mid nation of Mozambique ethic? It was like fourteen months of pure like warble things happening to her. She didn't go home and immediately wonderful things like throw out on the other side too. Many fish the act is designed and then Bill Johnson the about how he said I want you holy spent more than anything and Hawkesbury simple. What if you know moxie for the rest of your life? What is all of these things? And he's like, no he came to the point where I want you more. And then he went back to search in thousand people left, but he was like I didn't care because they wanted got more and then banning leap Scher at the end of the whole thing. I actually had to go home and pick up my kids. So I watched it live online, and he was talking about, you know, we don't need sometimes more prophecies. We just need to know how to endure to what gloves cleanliness too. And that you know, we get a prostate and it's not like bay on. It's going to happen. It's

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"vo cover" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

Comments By Celebs

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"vo cover" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

"But like we I feel like it's hard for us to look at to people who are genuinely doing huge things in both their industries and are married like you could say that for just in Haley, but I don't find their dominating the industries that they're in right now, they're not right now. Not right now, they could be when when you know, maybe when they were past them stuff, and they're less focused on their personally for more focused on their career. But with the way it Kylie kylian tribe is like they have everything like Trump has his career Kylie has hurt her career and her cosmetics, and they had this adorable family and end they're just so I agree that on top of the world right now. I totally agree. I this that just made me think sorry to go off topic. But about the hailing just something that I forgot to say earlier that I'm curious about is. You know, we always talk about how like it's not that she's not establish model. She totally is. But. In comparison to some of her best friend and some of the other people industry like KENDALL like g g like, Bella. She's maybe not on that level. Right. People always say that like you would never have gotten a VO cover without Justin Bieber. Right. Like, it was a huge deal. And he kind of brings her do you think? 'cause like totally noble should that's true. She would not be on the cover of right now without him like fat. But do you think there's any part of her that almost has like internalized that that mindset of like, and that's one of the reasons she puts them on a pedestal, or do you think that I just totally made that up? No, it I think there's a lot of illegality to that. I think that she I think there's always going to be a part of heart. And this is why I think the relationship works because I think there's always going to be a part of her that feels like he's doing so much more for her career than than she was able to herself. And I don't mean that in like a anti-feminists way. And I know how that could be misconstrued that like, he he, you know, is helping her and whatever I think he's just such a huge person who has so so many connections in so many people who want him to come out of his shell so badly that they're willing to do anything for her in the process. And I think she'll always be grateful to him for that on the reverse. I think show is be grateful to her for sticking by him during a lot of his issues for helping to pull him out of a really dark place. And I think that could create a lot about that relationship because when you have one one person that feels like they owe the other so much that the other could never reciprocate that. I think that's when you have issues I think they both feel equally as indebted to each other. I so agree. Wow. I'm so happy..

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Rihanna Ditches Her Eyebrows for the September Issue of British Vogue

Lori and Julia

03:02 min | 4 years ago

Rihanna Ditches Her Eyebrows for the September Issue of British Vogue

"July e Thanks for reminding sending me into a panic spiral my, gosh all right well, let's, clear up a little something from yesterday's dirt alert yesterday in the dirt alert. We talked about beyond say, having control over the September issue cover of vogue magazine in an unprecedented move this has never happened before. And there were rumors that maybe this was signaling Anna Wintour, departure as editor in chief of vogue magazine while I'm here to tell you. That is not the case it's not know the CEO of Conde NAS has issued a statement this. Afternoon saying the following and went tour is an incredibly talented and creative leader whose influence is beyond. Measure she is integral to the future of our company's transformation and has agreed to work with? Me, indefinitely. Has her role as vogue. Editor in chief and artistic director, of Conde nast center last year yes yes she's on her last year she's doing the wind down well and what that says to me is that they're going to allow her to say Publicly when she's. Going to let her have the, power move in that decision so even though there's probably behind the scenes talks leaving Last September issue and they didn't know. That people would notice it so much I think it's, good that they put, out this notice so that, vogue, doesn't dry the. Attention the fact that Anna has been there at the helm what twenty five years at least at least beyond say hired Tyler Mitchell the first black photographer. Ever to shoot a VO cover is a blemish on Tenure at vote Hundred twenty. Six years old, but I mean I was like. Shocked, about that yeah I really wasn't I think, in the fashion photography. World but, you, know I mean. They'd sounds like beyond saying everything she control she'd like with help of course, yes dick your direction so she's controlling the cover image, all, the. Images, of herself inside the magazine all the copy with, all without doing an. Interview about oh yeah well it's going to be Lauren comments on. The photographs which means no interview also the fact that Tyler Mitchell is only twenty three years. Old so young up and, coming really giving him an opportunity to be the photographer for the cover now, in other vogue fashion magazine news over on British vogue is on the cover of the, September issue sees the first. Black woman ever, to be on the cover of. British, vogue September issue Catching up Now. This, image okay I want you guys. As opinions. It's Riano she looks gorgeous and pencil. Thin eyebrows I'm talking Jean Harlow. Skinny eyebrows do we think that the big eyebrow trend is going to be over after we see this image of riana There's going to be a good percentage of people who will do that though yeah Julia.

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