Celebrities are a very unique type of people. Everything they do is exposed to all, and sometimes, it doesn't really go hand to hand...
Celebrities like to travel a lot. Usually when they do, they pay a lot of money and end up in some resort on an island or a very expensive hotel suite. They usually bring a lot of suitcases, dress fancy and enjoy the parties and the jet set. You would be surprised to find out that some celebrities are actually into adventure travel. They don’t care about expensive places, luxurious locations or a glamorous lifestyle. They prefer the adventure, the hikes, the jungles, the new cultures and new foods.
When people mentioned Kubrick's “The Shining”, you can be sure it’ll be followed with a remark on Jack Nicholson outstanding performance. It seems that everyone’s forgetting the phenomenal performance of Shelly Devall, as iconic Wendy Torrance. Movie-savvies will claim that the movie wouldn't be as successful and appreciated if Duvall's performance was cut out of it.
Because of the famous film scene, October 3 is known as "Mean Girls Day”. The scene "Mean Girls" is: "On October 3 asked me what day it was," said Cady Heron, the character of Lindsay Lohan, with a voice of applause Aaron Samuels.
Pop singer Demi Lovato went on stage at the Democratic National Convention, and gave an emotional and brave speech about mental Illnesses. The celebrity singer had already admitted in the past of having bipolar disorder as well as eating disorders. Lovato openly shared her personal story and spoke of the need of politician who understand and support this kind of suffering.
Former reality star and current who-knows-what Paris Hilton told a Spanish newspaper she is afraid that she could be a target for ISIS. "I'm constantly moving around from one country to another, and I'm a famous person who could be a definite target for an attack, and that is something that sometimes terrifies me," Hilton told Diario de Ibiza.
Adam Sandler’s 2002 film is a romance, which is a stray away from his usual goofy stuff. He plays Barry Egan, a guy who’s a bit lost in life and has a pretty overbearing family. After a series of unfortunate events (no seriously, we’re not just referencing that movie), he picks up a stranger, a certain Hermoine Granger. Well not her, but Emma Watson.
After more than half a century on the road, English singer, pianist, and composer Elton John has announced via an exclusive VR180 Live Stream on YouTube, details of his final tour called ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’. In the Live Stream, Elton revealed the tour would take 3 years to complete, beginning in Pennsylvania in September of 2018. Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour will consist of more than 300 shows across five continents, hitting North America, Europe and the Middle East, Asia, South America and Australasia before reaching its conclusion in 2021.