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    A former stripper who is running for congress has fired back at critics by starting an OnlyFans account to help fund her campaign - after being told that would be her only option of income 'after she loses.'  Alexandra Hunt, 29, who is originally from New York, worked as an exotic dancer to help 'pay her bills' during college, but she is certainly not ashamed of her past. The former sex worker is currently running for Pennsylvania’s third congressional district as a Democratic candidate, and she has been very vocal about her past profession every step of the way - in an attempt to end the stigma around it.  Now, she has launched her own OnlyFans account to 'make honest money' and to hit back at online trolls - particularly one who told her that they 'looked forward' to seeing her on the platform after her political pursuits failed.  'Who says I have to lose an election to start an OnlyFans? There’s no shame in the OnlyFans game,' she wrote on Twitter earlier this week, alongside a screenshot of a message...
    (CNN)"Pieces of Her" assembles another one of those small-boned thrillers that Netflix serves up in abundance, teasing out a fairly disposable mystery just good enough to get you to the end. The twisty mother-daughter tale is derived from Karin Slaughter's bestselling novel, one that operates on twin timelines, a format that's certainly all the rage.Perhaps foremost, the project serves as a showcase for Toni Collette, opening in a small Georgia town, where her character, Laura Oliver, is living an unassuming life, having raised her grown daughter Andy (Bella Heathcote) on her own.Then, in one sudden flash, a disturbed young man starts shooting up the diner where they're having lunch. Laura leaps into action to save her child, revealing a side of her mom that takes Andy aback.Still, that's just the first of many surprises, as Laura seeks to avoid media attention for her heroism, which, as it turns out, risks exposing her complicated past, sending Andy down a strange rabbit hole to uncover those mysteries.Directed by Minkie Spiro, "Pieces of Her" cuts back and forth between Laura's younger days and...
    ABC/Getty Images Gabby Windey opens up about her past relationship with Dean Unglert. Gabby Windey is on Clayton Echard‘s season of “The Bachelor,” but she has a history with other Bachelor Nation stars, including Dean Unglert and Blake Hortsmann. Gabby sat down for a chat with Bryan Abasolo and Mike Johnson on the January 6, 2022, episode of the “Talking it Out” podcast when she opened up about her past relationships — and her time on “The Bachelor.” “When I came home — you know, we don’t have our phones when we’re filming — and then I came home to, like, all of this stuff that Blake and Dean had been talking about me. It seemed like all positive things, which, you know, I’m grateful for,” Gabby said. “I think they’re great people,” she added. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Gabby Windey (@gabriela.windey) Later on in the podcast, Gabby said that “a lot is going to unfold” over the next several weeks. She said that her journey with Clayton was “special,” and she...
    The artist spoke about the pressures she suffered in her first steps. Selena Gomez assured: “I gave up my life in favor of Disney.” Selena Gomez he broke the silence regarding his past at Disney. During the promotion of her new series, the actress and singer has spoken about her beginnings on television and the processes she had to go through. “I gave up my life in favor of Disney at a very young age and I did not know what I was doing, “said the figure of the channel for adolescents and children. As has happened with many artists, Selena began her career at a very young age by making appearances on children’s shows such as Barney and Disney Chanel series. Do not miss: Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran, together once again in a new project Therefore, Selena began to reveal some details of her beginnings on the channel. His statements were given on the panel of the American Television Critics Association, TCA Summer 2021 Tour, while presenting his new project for the small screen. During his new...
    The image of her in American Beauty — a naked, ivory-skinned, blonde teenager, smiling knowingly at the desire she is provoking as she lies on a bed of rose petals — is as unsettling as it is iconic. It is surely as powerful a depiction of forbidden lust as has ever been committed to film. But behind the striking pose by actress Mena Suvari lies a story every bit as disturbing according to her new memoir, one of the most extraordinary and depressing to have emerged from Hollywood. In The Great Peace, published this week, she reveals that by the time the Oscar-winning film was released, she had survived eight years of physical and sexual abuse — an horrific ordeal which she says destroyed her life for decades afterwards. She details what happened to her with a frankness so unsparing that it makes deeply uncomfortable reading. It was, she says, ‘my secret world of embarrassment, shame and guilt’. Suvari, 42, says she was raped aged 12 by her 16-year-old boyfriend, who went on to give her a bladder infection and dump...
    In Paris Hilton’s "This Is Paris," the hotel heiress and entrepreneur says her work ethic is driven by money. She says she won’t slow down until she makes one billion dollars. The doc, available on YouTube, was shot two years ago. Now, at age 40, Hilton tells me she truly feels that money isn’t everything. "It was such a goal of mine before because I wasn’t happy in my personal life," Hilton says on Tuesday’s episode of the "Just for Variety" podcast. "And also just going through what I went through, I always saw money as freedom and independence, and not being controlled. And I think that’s why I just had that as my focus in life. And now that I am so incredibly happy and in love in my personal life I’m not really interested in billions anymore. I’m more interested in babies." Hilton is engaged to venture capitalist Carter Reum. Their wedding planning will be chronicled in "Paris in Love," an upcoming docuseries on Peacock. When "This Is Paris" premiered in September 2020, the former "Simple Life" star...
    Erin Scott-Pool/Getty Images I can’t recall if it was the 100th mention of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) in last week’s news, or perhaps the 2,000th that eventually made me question if I was accidentally watching cable news reruns or reading week-old headlines. I wasn’t watching reruns, everything on air was live — networks have just given her that much airtime and that much importance. Greene gained sweeping attention following a series of reports on her bonkers and frightening past comments, including CNN reporter Andrew Kaczynski’s detailed exposé. That reporting is valuable. If any politician has a history of threatening comments, especially ones targeting their colleagues, that history should be reported out and condemned. But when do networks cross the line from reporting to amplifying? Coverage of Greene has already become sensationalist, just like it did with Donald Trump, with network executives pushing her down the throats of viewers, aware of their insatiable appetite for the absurd. Greene has been unavoidable these past weeks. It’s reached the point that when one switches on CNN or MSNBC at any given time, her...
    Erin Scott-Pool/Getty Images I can’t recall if it was the 100th mention of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) in last week’s news, or perhaps the 2,000th that eventually made me question if I was accidentally watching cable news reruns or reading week-old headlines. I wasn’t watching reruns, everything on air was live — networks have just given her that much airtime and that much importance. Greene gained sweeping attention following a series of reports on her bonkers and frightening past comments, including CNN reporter Andrew Kaczynski’s detailed exposé. That reporting is valuable. If any politician has a history of threatening comments, especially ones targeting their colleagues, that history should be reported out and condemned. But when do networks cross the line from reporting to amplifying? Coverage of Greene has already become sensationalist, just like it did with Donald Trump, with network executives pushing her down the throats of viewers, aware of their insatiable appetite for the absurd. Greene has been unavoidable these past weeks. It’s reached the point that when one switches on CNN or MSNBC at any given time, her...
    KIM Kardashian was shocked by husband Kanye West and the rest of her family when she unknowingly stepped into an incredible surprise 40th birthday bash.  The couple appeared in good spirits as they shared a kiss at the elaborate party - which was a recreation of each past birthday the SKIMS founder has ever had.  22Kim and Kanye shared a sweet kiss at her surprise 40th birthday party Credit: E! Networks 22The Yeezy mogul appeared to be in good spirits as he smiled with his wife Credit: E! Networks 22The reality star was stunned at the surprise bash planned by her family Credit: E! Networks 22Kim's favorite childhood diner was recreated at the event Credit: E! Networks 22Each of Kim's past parties - including her favorite diner - were reimagined Credit: E! Networks In typical Kardashian fashion, no expense was spared to celebrate Kim’s big day. Family matriarch Kris Jenner, 64, planned the pricey soiree along with A-list event guru, Mindy Weiss, but made sure strict COVID-19 guidelines were followed.  In addition to staff of the event wearing masks, everyone...
    Barbara Jo Kammer finds therapy in music, and in better times, she and her band, The Hippie Buckaroos, can often be found playing to the residents of senior homes in and around Boulder County. Of course, COVID-19 has made that next to impossible. The Lafayette resident didn't want to let a global pandemic stop her from helping others. She's taken her act solo and plays just outside the window for elders, many of whom are stuck inside and in need of a distraction. "I've been working with elders as a music therapist since I graduated from Naropa in 2000," Kammer says. "It's been a wonderful experience for the elders, for the staff and for us especially." The past few weeks have even made playing outside a bit of a challenge because the smoke from nearby fires and those in California have forced many senior homes to close their windows. Related Stories Playing Wind Instruments and Singing Can Spread COVID-19. Now What? How Denver's Open Mics Are Playing Out the Pandemic Country Singer Taylor Shae Tells Stories Through Song ...
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