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Has Kim Kardashian moved on from the sisters’ brawl?



Has Kim Kardashian moved on from the sisters’ brawl?

It is hard to keep up with the Kardashians, isn’t it? Is the fight from Thursday night resolved? Is all forgiven and has the family happily moved on? Has Kim decided to act maturely and make amends with her sister Kourtney? It’s really not easy to figure out.

It seems though that Kim Kardashian is truly enjoying herself, basking in the glow and warmth of her cute little babies. The 39-year-old ignored the drama as she posted a sweet snap of sons Saint and Psalm on Instagram on Sunday. In the picture, a four-year-old Saint smiles as he held a laughing Saint, who is 10-months-old.

Kim proudly captioned the adorable photo: “My boys 🤍🤍”

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This post came just days after her violent argument with her sister Kourtney in the premiere of Season 18 of Keeping up with the Kardashians.

Now, we don’t know what’s brewing inside their houses and their hearts, all we can do, is wait for the further episodes and expect a lot of drama coming to our ways.

She also flaunted her blonde hair in another Instagram post and captioned: “My hair is gonna be so healthy after this quarantined time. Contemplating dying it blonde when we can have human interaction again.”


‘Black Widow’ Star Florence Pugh Admits Her Marvel Role Wasn’t Easy to Accept




It would be hard to pinpoint exactly when Florence Pugh’s career exploded in popularity, but it definitely happened. The star went from relatively unknown to Oscar-nominated while she showcased her amazing range across genres. On top of that, she’s made herself a fan favorite with her witty social media banter and bold determination not to let other people tell her how to live her life. In short, Pugh has skyrocketed to stardom in the short span of a few years, and she shows no signs of letting up anytime soon. 

As her Marvel Cinematic Universe premiere is set to happen with the much-anticipated Black Widow film, Pugh opened up about how difficult it was to accept the role and all the responsibility and expectations that came with it. 

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Florence Pugh can do it all 

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The English actor made her professional debut in 2014 with The Falling, a dark and dramatic film set in 1969 at an English girls’ school. Pugh acted alongside Maisie Williams, whose own fame was on the rise because of her Game of Thrones performance. Pugh’s next roles included some historical ones. She played Katherine in Lady Macbeth and Cordelia in King Lear. Earning a solid reputation for her ability to perform dramatic roles, Pugh landed the starring part in 2019’s creepy horror Midsommar

At the same time, she was cast as Amy March in the latest iteration of the classic Little Women. Seeing Pugh perform in both of these roles, which were so different from one another, while masterfully handling each, solidified her star status. The Oscar nomination she received for Little Women didn’t hurt, either. With dramas, period pieces, and horror under her belt, Pugh has shown a tremendous range. Now she’ll also be adding action to the mix. 

Florence Pugh will play Yelena Belova

In the upcoming Black Widow film, Pugh will play alongside Scarlett Johansson as Yelena Belova, a Russian spy who underwent the same training as Black Widow. While Belova is referred to as Black Widow’s “sister,” the pair are bonded by experience rather than blood. In the comics, the pair have a deep rivalry that ties into their different approaches to life, and the trailer suggests this tension carries over to the films as well. 

Pugh and Johansson certainly bonded on set, and Johansson has spoken about how much she admires Pugh and wishes she had been more like her when she was younger. For her part, Pugh has been outspoken about how important it was to her that playing the role of an action star didn’t negatively impact her relationship with her body. Part of her negotiation for the role involved making sure that she would have control over her workout routine and appearance. 

Florence Pugh was not sure about taking the Black Widow part

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Concerns about maintaining healthy physical boundaries wasn’t the only thing on Pugh’s mind when she was offered the part. Pugh knew that she was stepping into a franchise with a fandom like nothing she had ever seen before: “When you think of Marvel, it’s big and daunting.” She admits in an interview with Elle UK that she didn’t have a huge connection to Marvel growing up and wasn’t sure she was prepared to take on the part and its responsibility to fans. 

When she went into San Diego’s Comic-Con, she was coming face to face with some of her toughest potential critics. “I’m also playing a character who no one’s seen before but they’ve read about her; I didn’t know whether people were going to hate me,” Pugh explains of that moment. Her palms were sweaty as she faced the crowd. When Johansson reached out to give her hand a reassuring squeeze, she realized Johansson’s palms were sweaty, too. It was then that she understood that the role was nerve-wracking for even the seasoned and beloved star, and that helped her feel more at ease about it. 

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Boy Pablo shares pair of new songs after hosting listening party




Norwegian internet sensation Boy Pablo has released a pair of new songs called ‘Hey Girl’ and ‘I Just Wanna Go Home’ – listen to them below.

Announced last week, ‘Hey Girl’ arrived after Pablo hosted an online listening party for the new single earlier tonight (May 28).

“damn it’s really out now,” Pablo said of the new song on Twitter.

The singer-songwriter shared another new song called ‘I Just Wanna Go Home’, featuring guest vocals from Andrea.

Listen to both of the new songs below:

Whether ‘Hey Girl’ or ‘I Just Wanna Go Home’ will land on a full-length project is not yet known. Boy Pablo’s last project was 2018’s ‘Soy Pablo’ EP.


Last month, Boy Pablo shared a cover of Arctic Monkeys song ‘Piledriver Waltz’ that he performed for the Verftet Online Music Festival.

The Norwegian internet sensation joined a lineup that included the likes of Aurora, Enslaved and Datarock.

Armed with an acoustic guitar and donning socks and sandals, Pablo offered up a cover of ‘Piledriver Waltz’, taken from Arctic Monkeys’ 2011 album ‘Suck It And See’, which he performed in front of a green screen that displayed a family deer wandering in the snow.

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Gang Of Four to release guitarist Andy Gill’s final recordings




Andy Gill

Gang Of Four have announced that they will release the final recordings of late guitarist Andy Gill.

Gill, who was a founding member of the legendary post-punk band, died in February following a short respiratory illness.

The news was announced in a statement posted on the band’s official Twitter account. “This is so hard for us to write, but our great friend and Supreme Leader has died today,” the statement began.

It continued: “Andy’s final tour in November was the only way he was ever really going to bow out; with a Stratocaster around his neck, screaming with feedback and deafening the front row.”

Today (May 28), the remaining members of the band, along with Gill’s widow, the author and Women’s Equality party co-founder Catherine Mayer, have announced a new EP that features the guitarist’s final recordings.

Titled the ‘Anti Hero EP’, all proceeds from it will benefit Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS foundation trust, to “recognise, celebrate and support” those who cared for Gill during his hospitalisation.

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Andy Gill with the original Gang Of Four line up. Credit: Virginia Turbett/Redferns/Getty

Speaking to The Guardian, Mayer said that her late husband was “working on this music and overseeing mixes from his hospital bed until literally the last day when they put him under.”

Mayer said that she and the rest of the band named the EP to recognise Gill’s “very healthy scepticism of the lauding of so-called great men.”

“So many – mainly men I’m afraid – seem susceptible to the idea that if you behave and dress a bit badly and break the rules, it makes you a genius,” she explained. “Andy talked about how it was becoming impossible for such populist figures to not intrude into his lyrics. He’d look at Trump’s tweets and go, ‘There’s a Gang of Four lyric right there.’”

The ‘Anti Hero EP’, which will feature art work by Shepard Fairey, the man who created Barack Obama’s Hope poster, will be released on July 17.

In February, Gang Of Four shared new song ‘The Dying Rays (2020)’, which later appeared on the band’s most recent release, ‘This Heaven Gives Me Migrane’ EP.

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