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Doctor Strange 2 Rumor: Is Another Comic Hero Joining The Multiverse Of Madness?

In the comics, America Chavez aka Miss America is a teenage hero with super strength, flight, near invulnerability, and the ability to create star portals. The character is relatively knew as far as Marvel heroes go, making her debut on the page in 2011. She’s notable for being both Latina and an LGBT character, showing how the comic entity has continued to move forward in terms of inclusion and representation on the page.

Brian Austin Green Had A Little Petty Revenge Following Megan Fox And Machine Gun Kelly Post

It also highlights how much love Green has for his boys, though. Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green shared three boys together, Noah, Bodhi, and Journey. Green was also previously in a relationship with Beverly Hills, 90210 cast member Vanessa Marcil. Whilst engaged, they had a son Kassius together, who is also pictured in Brian Austin Green’s post.

Lakewood Police Say They Did A Wellness Check Just Hours Before Netflix Star Daisy Coleman’s Suicide

This wellness check was prompted by Melinda Coleman, after her daughter had made some concerning social media posts. Unfortunately, it was only four and a half hours later, at 8:30 PM, that Lakewood PD would receive another call; the one that reported Daisy as having committed suicide. The cause of death, according to those same reports, was a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Eurovision Song Contest is Coming to America—And Fans Are Skeptical

Eurovision Song Contest has been wildly popular long before Will Ferrell spoofed the competition event in Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, but it looks like the Netflix hit could not have come at a more perfect time.

The television spectacle—which helped launch the careers of icons like ABBA, Celine Dion, and Julio Iglesias—is now coming to the U.S. in 2021. On August 7, Eurovision announced its new spinoff: American Song Contest, a massive competition that will pit solo and group performers from all 50 states against one another over the course of 5-10 televised qualifier competitions, semi-finals, and the “ultimate primetime grand finale.” 

(Think Miss America mixed with America’s Got Talent and American Idol if you’ve never seen Eurovision Song Contest for yourself.)

“The Eurovision Song Contest’s unique legacy dates back 65 years and its worldwide popularity is still rising. It’s time for America to experience this spectacle, through its sister competition, the American Song Contest,” Executive Supervisor Martin Österdahl said in a statement. “Love of music is universal and celebration of music in different genres and styles can transcend boundaries and unite people. We are excited to have found the right partners to offer another series that our fans across the globe can fall in love with and to share this unique competition with the American people.”

There’s already a trailer, which you can check out below.

Of course, that doesn’t mean everyone’s sold. Some big fans of the Eurovision Song Contest are a bit skeptical. “I said it before and I’ll say it again. Americans can’t live knowing other continents have something that they don’t have. But at least they’re not joining the esc,” one Twitter user wrote.

“Just keep it out of Eurovision, separate it completely, make it not have a single common thing,” another user wrote. “Just don’t let it touch Eurovision—or it will be ruined forever.”

We’ll see how it goes. Hopefully, we’ll be able to prove ourselves worthy. 

Halloween’s John Carpenter Had A Hilariously Blunt Reaction To Michael Myers’ New Mask

2018’s Halloween ignored the myriad sequels of the past, and focused on Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) 40 years after surviving Michael Myers’ attack on Haddonfield. Those decades weren’t kind to Laurie’s psyche, and they were equally unkind to The Shape’s signature mask. Because once he escaped Smith’s Grove and procured his mask, it was appropriately aged and cracked given the time. Make-up effects designer Christopher Nelson was tasked with creating an older version of Michael’s mask, and recently shared John Carpenter’s hilarious reaction to it. As Nelson put it,

The Best Reality TV Shows to Watch Right Now, According to Your Favorite Celebrities

Why do so many people dismiss the best reality TV shows—including The Bachelor and Real Housewives—as “guilty pleasures”? Just because you keep up with the Kardashians or add Cupcake Wars to your queue doesn’t mean you suddenly cut important, critically beloved dramas out of your life. When it comes to TV watching, you can have it all—and most people do. 

Because after a long day of work, doesn’t it feel so good to sit in your sweatpants, pour yourself a glass of wine, and scream at that Chopped contestant who forgot the last basket ingredient? If you know, you know.

Even celebrated singers and actors who have starred on some of TV’s most prestige, Emmy-winning series watch reality programs. We know this because we asked them. Below are 24 of the best reality TV shows, according to some of your favorite stars. If you haven’t watched any of these yet, we recommend adding them to your queue ASAP.

reporting by Jessica Radloff, Anna Moeslein, Caitlin Brody, and Bella Cacciatore

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The Advice Denzel Washington Gave Tenet’s John David Washington When He Started Acting

While his adult years as an actor started after his career as a pro-football player had come to an end, John David Washington actually got a head start with two roles as a child actor in some of his father’s films. Both Malcolm X and Devil in a Blue Dress saw Denzel Washington working with John David, though in smaller bit parts. Ultimately, in an effort to try and find another career besides the seemingly family business, John David Washington played football. But eventually he heeded the call, and his father’s advice, and the hard work began when he burst onto the scene as Ballers’ brash but introspective Ricky Jerret.

Juice WRLD Would Want You To ‘Smile’ With Latest Posthumous Collab

It has been nearly nine months since the tragic passing of the rapper Juice WRLD at the age of 21, yet the artist, whose meteoric rise was marked by emotionally raw lyrics, continues to drop new music. His posthumous album Legends Never Die, which released in July, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, with features from Halsey, Marshmello, and more.

His latest release arrived on Friday (August 7), a soul-wrenching collaboration with The Weeknd called “Smile.” The tag-teamed track functions as well-wishes to someone they love, even if it means they won’t be in that person’s life. “I’d do anything in my power to see you just smile,” Juice WRLD raps.

In September, Juice WRLD first hinted that he and The Weeknd were collaborating, tweeting, “Me and The Weeknd would make a diamond record…” Nearly one year later, on Tuesday (August 4), The Weeknd teased the new single by sharing Juice’s post, then adding a new tweet, “XO + 999 Thursday Night.”

A corresponding lyric video showed a lone artist, painting two portraits, one depicting Juice WRLD and, the other, The Weeknd. At the end of the clip, both canvases sit side-by-side. Check it out, below.

15 Nordstrom Face Masks: Cute Floral Print, Satin, and More

Between free shipping, easy returns, and a damn good sale section, there are many reasons to love Nordstrom—including the retailer’s impressive selection of face masks. If you’ve already been perusing the site for the best deals at the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, it’s worth checking out face coverings while you’re at it. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend using a face mask when you’re unable to social distance, and with countless brands pivoting to produce them, there’s a myriad of options to choose from. 

Etsy, Amazon, and Shopbop are all coming through with solid masks to choose from, designed for sports, running, and kids. Everlane‘s tie-dye style can barely stay in stock, Cynthia Rowley is delivering chic, embroidered options, and Nordstrom has a long list of in-stock masks to consider—from family packs to satin fabric and floral print. With so many options on the market, there’s no excuse not to mask up. If your collection could use an upgrade, shop our 15 favorite Nordstrom face masks, below.

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SG Lewis And Robyn Rattle The Club, Billie Eilish Returns To Earth, And More Songs We Love

With nothing left to prove, Billie Eilish retreated inward with her brother, Finneas, and created one of the downright prettiest songs of the year. “My Future” is, indeed, about her future, and thankfully for us, it traffics in optimism. Jazzy, blue, and lo-fi, the song is completely unexpected, just like the serotonin-releasing percussion that drops at 1:43 —Patrick Hosken