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    Weeks after Will Smith's overshadowed Oscar win for his starring role in King Richard, Serena Williams has shared her plans for a sequel — and this time, it would tell her story rather than that of her dad. King Richard focuses on the story of her father, and how he put Serena, 40, and her sister Venus, 41, on the path to tennis greatness — but 23-time Grand Slam winner Serena thinks future films could pick off where this one left off. There would certainly be plenty of material.  'Venus goes in her direction, and I go in my direction. It's two completely different stories,' Serena told Insider, adding that there would be a lot drama in her screenplay. 'I had a rough journey,' she said. 'I didn't do well and then I did. It's a lot of drama. It's a telenovela.' 'I had a rough journey,' Serena Williams said of her life in a new interview. 'I didn't do well and then I did. It's a lot of drama. It's a telenovela' She says she thinks the film King Richard,...
    TEEN Mom fans have slammed Briana DeJesus after the star claimed she had to pay her nine-year-old daughter Nova $30 to load the dishwasher. Nova, who Briana shares with ex baby daddy Devoin Austin, negotiated a high price for carrying out the household chore - leaving her mom stunned. 5Teen Mom fans were shocked Briana DeJesus's daughter demanded cash in exchange for loading the dishwasherCredit: MTV’s Teen Mom 5The star is mum star said she agreed to give Nova $30Credit: Social Media - Refer to Source The 27-year-old said it was her young daughter who called the shots when she asked her to help out around the house. The reality star wrote on Twitter: "Came home from work and asked Nova to load the dishwasher, she asked for 30 bucks. "we both agreed since its her first time doing i'll give her 30 but after today it's 10 bucks every time. How I get bamboozled into paying her to do something!" Fans noticed Briana had later deleted the tweet, and took to Reddit instead to debate her controversial parenting...
    REAL Housewives of Beverly Hills fans slammed Erika Jayne for showing “no sympathy” to the victims. Fans rushed to Twitter to slam the star as she cried that she “had nothing to do” with ex-husband Tom Girardi’s lawsuit. 1Fans slammed Erika for having 'no sympathy' for Tom's victims During Wednesday’s episode of RHOBH, Erika spoke to co-stars Kylie Richards and Lisa Rinna as reports came out that she and Tom were being sued for embezzlement. After admitting she was doing “f**king horrible,” Erika said: “This sucks so bad. “Things that are being said are just wrong. People are believing them and they’re everywhere and it’s terrible and I’m here by myself. “And what’s being said, it’s just insane. That my divorce is a sham. But nobody cares about the facts.” She said people are calling her divorce “a sham so I can help hide assets,” while she added in a confessional: “Divorce is very painful. And then to have it called a sham is even more painful. “It took a lot of courage to leave him and it took two...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Time was running out Wednesday for Chicago Public Schools high school parents to decide if their students will return to in-person learning. CPS wants kids back on April 19 – but just as that date was announced, the Chicago Teachers Union slammed the decision. And as CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reported Wednesday, the union’s response was curious – given that CTU President Jesse Sharkey himself had a hand in sending the CPS email to parents announcing the high school return date. READ MORE: IRS Tax Filing Deadline Being Pushed Back To May 17 It has left CPS leaders shaking their heads, and the union blaming CPS for a bait-and-switch. CPS made the announcement Tuesday afternoon that they would like to get high school students back in classrooms for in-person learning a month from Friday, after more than a year of remote learning amid the coronavirus pandemic. “I feel confident that we’re going to meet hat date, given the way that conversations have been going,” said CPS Chief Executive Officer Janice Jackson. That was the tone...
    Europe Laure de Charette, correspondent in France Subscribers Published on 02-18-21 at 11:14 am – Updated 02-18-21 at 11:15 am © Shutterstock “I don’t want to go to school anymore!” This sentence is not the cry from the heart of a child in CM1 (the equivalent of the fourth primary), but that of a teacher, launched on a dedicated forum. “I had anxiety attacks at the thought of going to school”, explains Tiphaine, 45, a teacher at schools near Chartres. Like her, hundreds – thousands? – teachers have asked to leave through this system, which entered into force in the public service on January 1, 2020 (it has existed in the private sector since 2008) and allows a departure less perilous than resignation, with unemployment benefits and indemnity.
    "I don't know if I'll be able to play another tournament this year," Serena Williams said after withdrawing from Roland-Garros in the second round. Susan Mullane-USA TODAY Sports Serena Williams was forced to withdraw from the French Open when she aggravated her Achille's injury. The timeline for her recovery suggests that she might not be able to play again until 2021.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Serena Williams has pulled out of the French Open, and now the remainder of her 2020 campaign could be in jeopardy. The 23-time Grand Slam champion tweaked her left Achilles tendon during her semifinal loss against Victoria Azarenka at the US Open on September 10. Williams managed to play through the pain for the remainder of the match and build enough confidence in her health to forge on to Roland-Garros just a few weeks later. But after beating fellow American Kristie Ahn in straight sets in Monday's first-round matchup, the 39-year-old said her pain increased and that after "struggling to walk," she realized she should withdraw from the tournament in...
    MANCHESTER UNITED and Manchester City slammed Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden for breaking England's Covid-19 bubble. The pair have been dumped from the Three Lions squad for the game against Denmark after 'inviting girl to hotel' in Iceland, violating Covid rules. 2Mason Greenwood won his first cap off the bench in the win against Iceland 2Phil Foden started his first game for the England senior team And their clubs did not hold back when condemning their actions in brutal statements. A comment from United said: "Manchester United are liaising with the Football Association and are disappointed with the actions of Mason Greenwood over this situation." A statement from City read: "It is clear that Phil’s actions were totally inappropriate. "His behaviour not only directly contravenes strict guidelines related to Covid-19, but also falls well below the standard expected of a Manchester City player and England international." MORE TO FOLLOW. Most read in Football'SAD OLD MAN'Jim Ross forced to apologise after hoping AEW's Jay had wardrobe malfunctionVideoDJOK SHOCKNovak Djokovic is DISQUALIFIED from US Open after hitting line judge with...
    The parents of American aid worker Kayla Mueller, who was kidnapped and tortured by ISIS until her death in 2015, have slammed the Obama administration for not doing enough to rescue their daughter, in an emotional speech at the RNC.   Carl and Marsha Mueller on Thursday praised President Trump for taking action against their daughter's captors, saying she would still be alive if he had been in office when she was abducted.   'Let me just say this: Kayla should be here. If Donald Trump had been president when Kayla was captured, she would be here today,' Carl said.  'The Obama administration kept telling us that they were doing everything they could, but their version of everything wasn't enough,' he added.  Scroll down for video  Carl and Marsha Mueller on Thursday praised President Trump for taking action against their daughter's captors, saying she would still be alive if he had been in office when she was abducted Kayla Mueller, an American aid worker, was kidnapped and tortured in Syria between 2013 and 2015. During her captivity, she was...
    Baby no. 3 for Teigen and Legend plus more ICYMI celeb news One chart shows which jobs had the biggest drop in employment since the start of the pandemic Tuukka Rask had every right to slam the NHL bubble atmosphere as "dull" It’s hard to get athletes, especially hockey players, to give honest answers to questions about their performance of how they’re feeling. Years of talking to the media have trained them in giving ineffectual soundbites that often times don’t say much of anything at all. In many cases, either after a win or a loss, you’re likely to get pretty much the same answer. © Provided by For The Win Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports Welp, that was not the case Thursday night as Boston Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask gave some straightforward responses to the media after the team’s 3-2 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. In response to a press question on Zoom about how he’s feeling mentally after back-to-back games, Rask was refreshingly candid. “Considering I’ve had four months...
    Ellen DeGeneres may be ready to call it quits on her daytime talk show as pressure builds with claims of the host perpetuating a toxic work environment, DailyMail.com can reveal.  An insider at Telepictures tells DailyMail.com that the host is telling executives at Telepictures and Warner Bros that she has had enough and wants to walk away from the show. 'She feels she can’t go on and the only way to recover her personal brand from this is to shut down the show,' they said. 'The truth is she knew what was going on, it’s her show. The buck stops with her. She can blame every executive under the sun – but Ellen is ultimately the one to blame.' This comes as staff at the Ellen DeGeneres Show are hitting back at her for shifting the blame to her executive producers in an apology memo sent this week. 'Don't think for a minute anything she has said in that apology means anything. She created and then enabled this toxic culture to go on for so long,' one staffer, who spoke to...
    Democrats on Monday slammed President Trump for his inconsistent stance toward the Chinese regime's persecution of Uighur Muslims. The condemnation came in response to statements Trump made during a Friday interview with Axios's Jonathan Swan about an accusation from former national security adviser John Bolton that Trump had approved of the Chinese practice of interning Uighur Muslims. Trump admitted that he knew about the camps and had delayed sanctioning the communist state because "we were in the middle of a major trade deal." Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said that Trump's actions undermined the "moral authority" the United States has in demanding that other countries respect human rights. "President Trump’s admission that he is looking the other way and enabling one of the worst human rights atrocities of our time in order to ink a trade deal is appalling," she said in a statement. Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden accused Trump of delaying the sanctions "because he thought it might get him a better trade deal," adding that Trump's failure to speak for Uighurs at the time makes him an...
    Ted Cruz and Tucker Carlson are the latest to slam Google over its threat to demonetize The Federalist, a right-wing news outlet, over reader comments on its stories.   What exactly Google complained to The Federalist over remains murky and it's unclear if they ever threatened to ban it from the ad platform.  The row began with an NBC story which claimed that its reporting prompted Google to act. NBC said it gave Google a report from the Center for Countering Digital Hate, a British think tank that flagged that The Federalist and nine other sites for 'racist' content.  The think tank flagged that The Federalist had used a 'black crime' tag to categorize content. It also flagged a story in which a journalist claimed the media was 'lying' by reporting that white supremacists were involved in looting. It specifically singled out CNN and the New York Times.    ZeroHedge, a blog, was also flagged and has now been defunded.  In the NBC story, a Google spokeswoman was quoted by NBC as saying it had 'removed both sites' ability to monetize'. The NBC journalist who...
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