Jennifer Lopez's Met Gala Gown Out-Blings Her Engagement Ring — And Alex Rodriguez Is Swooning!
Jennifer Lopez never disappoints on a red carpet and her 2019 Met Gala look is no different.
The singer/actress has attended the Met Gala eleven times, and rocking her thigh-high slit and plunging neckline, Lopez hit the fashion even in a silver fringe Versace dress, that shined brighter than her 16-carat engagement ring.
Her matching fringe headpiece was accompanied by a 65.32-carat purple sapphire-and-diamond necklace, diamond bracelets, and rings all by Harry Winston jewels.
A-Rod wore a light purple tuxedo jacket to match Jennifer’s dress and jewels, he says he’s learned about style from his fiancee, “Jennifer has taught me that it’s less about what you wear and more about the fit.”
Janelle Monae Helping Reinvent “Lady and the Tramp”
When the live-action reboot of the Disney classic "Lady and the Tramp hits the Disney+ streaming service look to hear your fair share of Janelle Monae.
Along with voicing a character for the project, Janelle's team at Wondaland will revamp the Siamese cat song from the Disney classic.
In the live-action film, the cats won't be Siamese and Monae's Wondaland team will take the controversy out of the song that back in 2013 was ruled to be demeaning to the Asian culture.
The Disney+ streaming service launches in November and you can see the debut of the live-action "Lady and the Tramp" shortly after the services' debut.
“Game of Thrones” Star Banned From Watching the Show
Game of Thrones star Bella Ramsey, who plays Lyanna Mormont, Lady of House Mormont, has been banned from watching the show by her parents.
"I'll probably watch it all when I'm 18," said Bella in an interview with Daily Star.
She did confirm that she was allowed to see her last episode and a little of Season 7 of the hit show, but that's about all.
Ohio Could Be First State To Treat Depression with Medical Marijuana
Ohio is mulling over allowing state residents access to medical marijuana to treat disorders such as depression. A medical advisory board is also considering those who suffer from insomnia, anxiety, autism and opioid addiction to be allowed a medical marijuana card.
If Ohio adds depression and insomnia as conditions allowed to be treated by marijuana it would be the first state in the U.S. to do so. The first big talk about changes to Ohio's medical marijuana conditions happens May 8th and could possibly go to a final vote June 12th.
Tweet Prompts Disney To Bring "Avengers: Endgame" To Deployed Troops
Thanks to a tweet from a military spouse, troops stationed abroad in Afghanistan and Qatar won't have to wait until they're back home to check out Avengers: Endgame.
Kat Lancaster, the wife of Air Force Maj. Joshua-Lee Lancaster, asked Disney CEO Bob Iger on the social media site if he could get the film sent to airbases with theaters, noting, "our folks in uniform could use a morale boost!"
Iger replied within hours, saying it would happen. Starting last Wednesday, he made good on the promise, with showings taking place at Bagram Air Field, Al Udeid, and in Kandahar.
Saying she's "overwhelmed by this gesture," Lancaster thanked Iger, adding, "This gift from the @WaltDisneyCo is sure to bring sheer joy and a small moment of escape from the realities of war. Thank you."