Model London Goheen took to Instagram on Wednesday to post a jaw-dropping bikini snap flaunting her enviable figure.
In the photo, the girlfriend of fitness model Tammy Hembrow’s ex-fiance Reece Hawkins stands on a small walkway outside an apartment complex that leads to the beach. She sports a bright teal bikini with high-waisted bottoms that follow the curve of her hips and a simple top that pushes up her busty chest. The model displays her rock-hard abs, rounded backside, and sculpted legs as she strikes a cute pose for the camera with one hip pushed out to the side. She completed the look with white sneakers, a black shoulder back, black sunglasses, and a sports drink.
London geo-tagged the photo in Palm Beach, Gold Coast, Queensland and left a cheeky caption reading, “typical london goes to the beach and doesn’t realize her bottoms are inside out.. oh well still cute,” followed by a green heart.
In the comment section, many of her followers referenced her caption, writing that there was no way they could tell the suit was on inside out and that they were too distracted by her beauty to care.
One follower wrote, “Why do you have such a perfect body? I wish I could look like you!,” while another commented, “You are absolutely stunning London, and I LOVE the color of your bikini!”
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typical london goes to the beach and doesn’t realize her bottoms are inside out.. oh well still cute ???? @whitefoxboutique
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Recently, the brunette beauty has been the target of negative comments from Tammy fans who have accused the American model of attempting to impersonate Tammy and of stealing her man. The two women have been locked in a social media rivalry since Reece announced that he was dating London back in September.
The 20-year-old model has posted photos of herself and Reece on her Instagram account, which have attracted online trolls that were unhappy that Reece had moved on from Tammy so quickly after their split back in June, reports the Daily Mail.
Reece has since spoken out against the trolls, stating in a YouTube video that London had nothing to do with his and Tammy’s split and that he didn’t think it was likely that he and the fitness star would ever reconcile.
“I thought I’d talk about this whole situation that everyone keeps hammering me about on Instagram. I can’t see us getting back together, so some of you are going to have to start accepting that. If you guys don’t know, I am dating London. I have been for three months now. I didn’t know her when me and Tammy split. She’s got nothing to do with the split at all…I didn’t actually meet her until I went to Los Angeles three months ago, and we have been together ever since.”
The former couple also shares two children, Saskia and Wolf.
A private screening of an R. Kelly documentary series was abruptly canceled and evacuated in New York due to “several anonymous threats” during the event.
An anonymous male caller claimed that if the film, Surviving R. Kelly, continued to play that somebody in the theater would start shooting.
While the threats made to the NeueHouse Madison Square venue were not deemed credible, the theater was evacuated as a precaution.
“At tonight’s premiere of Lifetime’s documentary series Surviving R. Kelly at NeueHouse Madison Square, several anonymous threats were called in,” Lifetime said in a statement obtained by EW. “As a precaution, the network elected to evacuate the building. The safety and security of our panel, guests and staff is of paramount importance to Lifetime.”
Surviving R. Kelly is a six-part series that Lifetime describes as an investigation into the controversial 51-year-old Chicago R&B singer. The show is said to reveal new allegations of sexual, mental and physical abuse committed by Kelly, who has long denied reports of wrongdoing.
“Calling in a noncredible threat to the NYPD to interrupt our screening is an act of desperation from people who don’t want these truths shared with the world,” the show’s showrunner Dream Hampton told CNN. “The survivors who bravely sat with me for this docuseries know all too well what R. Kelly is capable of, every one of them has stories of being abused and controlled by him.”
While Kitti Jones, who last year accused Kelly of physical abuse and sexual coercion, told Rolling Stone: “This just speaks to how much power there is in numbers, that someone felt the need to threaten the event. But we won’t be intimidated or silenced and we hope this brings even more attention to the legitimacy of our stories and how important this documentary is to the movement.”
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner proved that family sticks together on Tuesday when they came to the defense of Priyanka Chopra after New York Magazine‘s The Cut printed an article titled, “Is Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas’s Love for Real?” according to a report by E! News.
The article addressed the Bollywood star in a skeptical light, referring to Joe Jonas’ new sister-in-law as a “global scam artist,” in writing — according to screenshots from the article collected by India Today, “At times, marriage can be a beautifully wonderful union that warms even the coldest of hearts, but sadly, this union evokes no such feeling. All Nick wanted was a possible fling with Hollywood’s latest It Woman, but instead he wound up staring straight at a life sentence with a global scam artist.”
The article went on to savage Chopra, citing her need to “marry up” as her main purpose in getting hitched with Jonas — and even criticizing the ceremony itself, for being “almost a week long.” The logic of the attack was that the ceremony was an overboard and flashy display intended to blind observers to the disingenuous nature of their marriage, ignoring the fact that traditional Indian wedding ceremonies are known to span about five days.
The author went on to end the post by writing, “Nick, if you’re reading this, find that horse and gallop away as fast you can!”
Nick’s older brother, Joe, was quick to jump to the defense of the newlyweds, responding via Twitter by writing, “This is disgusting. @TheCut should be ashamed to have someone write such evil words,” he tweeted. “What Nick & Pri have is Beautiful Love. Thank u, Next.”
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And forever starts now… ❤️ @nickjonas
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Joe’s fiancee Sophie Turner, who also served as one of Chopra’s bridesmaids, also joined in on the attack on the article, writing via Twitter that, “This is wildly inappropriate and totally disgusting. Very disappointed that The Cut would give anyone a platform to spew such bulls**t.”
The offending article was eventually updated — with sections of the article, most notably the line referring to Chopra as a “scam artist,” edited out. However, the backlash proved to be too much for the website, and the article was eventually removed completely.
In an editor’s note on the page that originally led to the story, an apology was published that read:
“Upon further editorial review, we found this story did not meet our standards. We’ve removed it and apologize.”
January Jones and Jaime King happily strike a pose while attending the BY FAR Party held at Chateau Marmont on Tuesday (December 4) in Los Angeles.
The 40-year-old Politician star and Jaime, 39, were joined at the event by Charli XCX, Aly and AJ Michalka, Scout and Tallulah Willis, Beth Ditto and the hostess’ of the evening Maya Rudolph and Haim – Alana, Danielle and Este Haim.
Also in attendance were BY FAR founders Sabina, Denitsa and Valentina.
“Holiday parties make me so happy,” January captioned with her Instagram post. “I need everything shiny. Or prints. Or shiny prints.”
The strange saga that is the Daredevil cancelation continues. A new report reveals that Daredevil was canceled despite being the fourth-biggest show on Netflix. And still another report claims that it wasn’t Netflix who pulled the plug on the superhero series – it was Marvel themselves. Just what in the name of Hell’s Kitchen is going on here?
As you’ll recall, word came last week that Daredevil was joining the canceled ranks of Netflix Marvel shows Luke Cage and Iron Fist, leaving only Jessica Jones and The Punisher. When the cancelation revelation arrived, a statement claimed Daredevil would live on in some form, leading many to speculate that the show would end up on Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+:
“Marvel is extremely grateful to the huge audience that loved Marvel’s Daredevil. From the moment of young Matt’s first act of heroism to the birth of Page, Murdock, & Nelson, it has been an unbelievable journey. We are incredibly proud of the amazing showrunners and writers starting with Drew Goddard and Steven DeKnight, Marco Ramirez and Doug Petrie and Erik Oleson, Charlie Cox, Deborah Ann Woll, Elden Henson, Vincent D’Onofrio and our casts who brought our characters to life with such excellence, and every one of the fantastic crews in NYC. We look forward to more adventures with the Man without Fear in the future.”
Now, the Daredevil cancellation grows more curious in the wake of two different reports. First, Entertainment Weekly delved into the story, and discovered that Daredevil was the fourth-biggest show on Netflix:
According to the data, Narcos (presumably including the latest edition, Narcos: Mexico) was on top with 36 million “demand expressions,” followed by the recently launched Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (34 million) and then — rather surprisingly given it’s been a year since its last season — Stranger Things (31 million) and then Daredevil (30 million). Narcos: Mexico, by and by, just received a season 2 renewal.
Why would Netflix cancel one of their most popular shows? We previously reported that viewership for the latest seasons of Iron Fist and Luke Cage was down, which makes their cancelations slightly understandable. But if Daredevil was really doing so well, Netflix giving it the boot is curious.
Here’s the thing: maybe Netflix didn’t give it the boot at all. Steven Weintraub, Editor-In-Chief of Collider, tweeted out an interesting rumor regarding the situation:
I loved season 3 and was all in for a season 4. Disappointing it won't happen. pic.twitter.com/7Y6AmCEWq6
— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) December 5, 2018
As Weintraub states, he was unable to get a second source on this info, so it can only be chalked-up as a rumor. Still, this coupled with the EW report strongly indicates that this might not have been a Netflix decision. If Marvel really did pull the plug themselves, this suggests that maybe they’re planning on moving the show over to Disney+ in some form. In the end, though, we have no real answers. Only questions. But something about this situation doesn’t add up.
Christmas may be thought of as being the most wonderful time of the year, but entertainment enthusiasts know this isn’t the case. The most wonderful time of the year actually comes immediately after the holidays when award show season gets officially underway. First up will be none of than the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards. And though the show may be just around the corner, if you’re having a hard time recalling who will be hosting the 2019 Golden Globes, don’t feel bad because that big reveal hasn’t been announced just yet.
That’s right, nominations for the awards show will be revealed on Thursday, Dec. 6, which is precisely one month exactly prior to the ceremony itself, and yet we have absolutely no idea who will be running the show. Some may find it a little strange that this particular piece of news has yet to be leaked by this point. Last year, Seth Meyers was confirmed to serve as host for the 2018 Golden Globes on Nov. 23, 2017, so the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) higher-ups are definitely holding out on us a little longer this year, and it’s getting time for them to dole out some much-needed intel.
That being said, we do know that Idris Elba’s daughter, Isan Elba, will be serving as the 2019 Golden Globes Ambassador, meaning it’ll be her job to present the trophies to all of the winners and help escort them offstage once they give their speeches.
It’s only a matter of time before the host will be announced, so odds are we won’t have to wait until the night of to find out who it will be. But in the meantime, it never hurts to come up with some suggestions as to who can (and should) take over the hosting reigns this time around. So if the HFPA is still looking for ideas, here’s a little inspiration.
She did an amazing job hosting the MTV Movie & TV Awards. It would be great to see her bring a little of that comedy magic to the Globes.
Abbi Jacobson & Ilana Glazer
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey may be done hosting this particular ceremony, but they aren’t the only hilarious dynamic duo capable of taking up the reigns. These Broad City stars would bring a fresh new perspective to the hosting duties, though, admittedly the person in charge of censorship would have their work cut out for them.
Is there anything this woman can’t excel at? That’s a rhetorical question, of course, because the answer is obviously no. She would make for a delightful host and perhaps even inspire a Bridesmaids reunion skit. Please?
Michael Che and Colin Jost may have proved to be lackluster hosts for the 2018 Emmy Awards, but you just know their SNL costar McKinnon would nail the responsibility and make the Golden Globes the must-see event of the year.
She proved to be a terrific Oscars host and helped take the concept of a selfie to a whole other level. Not to mention, DeGeneres is also extremely charismatic and instantly likable. She’d make those three hours fly by.
You may have noticed that most of the people on this list are women, but if there was any reason to break the pattern, it would be to include Carell in all the fun. His latest hosting stint on SNL went really well. Might as well keep the momentum going and hopefully make that Office reboot announcement happen for real this time!
Because when you feel like you’re currently living in The Bad Place, you need someone from The Good Place to come make it all better.
Just watching him go around yelling at everyone would be very cathartic IMO.
John Krasinski & Emily Blunt
These two have had an outstanding year, between the success of The Quiet Place and their starring roles in Jack Ryan and Mary Poppins Returns, respectively. What better way is there to celebrate their good fortune? Their turn as hosts would be practically perfect in every way.
Hosting the Golden Globes is a major responsibility and can help set the tone for the whole evening, so let’s hope that whoever it ends up being will be up to the challenge and then some.
The Voice (1.4/7) was the top-rated show on primetime last night, but the real winner looks to have been The Flash (0.7/3).
Celebrating its 100th episode, the CW’s Scarlet Speedster series was the only show to rise on a Tuesday of lows, declines and same old same old.
Edging toward the annual crossover with Arrow and Supergirl starting Sunday, last night’s clip-finessed “What’s Past Is Prologue” episode was up 17% among adults 18-49 over last week. The uptick did not carry over to lead-out Black Lightning (0.3/1), which stayed even with its November 27 airing.
Heading into its final few episodes of this inaugural season of sorts, The Conners (1.3/4) took a double hit Tuesday. One, the Roseanne spinoff was topped in a matchup for only the second time in its run by The Voice. Secondly, taking a 7% dip from last week, The Conners fell to an all-time low. That low may hurt a bit more because it isn’t just among the key demo but also in viewers, with 6.63 million sets of eyeballs watching.
To make a comparison with Roseanne, which had some ratings issues itself after a stellar debut, last night’s Conners was down a hard 50% from the eighth episode of the mothershow that aired on May 15.
The rest of ABC’s Tuesday saw The Kids Are Alright (0.8/3), Black-ish (0.8/3), Splitting Up Together (0.6/3) and the Nathan Fillion-starrer The Rookie (0.7/3) all down a tenth from their November 27 shows.
Over on NBC, The Voice was also down a tenth to match a season low, while the A Saturday Night Live Christmas (1.0/5) rang those holiday bells two-tenth less than last year.
Overall, the Comcast-owned net won the night in the demo with a 1.1/5, while close second-place CBS (1.0/5) was first in viewers with 9.91 million watching.
The latter network saw NCIS (1.2/5), FBI (1.0/5) and NCIS: New Orleans (0.8/3) all back exactly the same as their last originals of two weeks ago. On Fox, The Gifted (0.7/3) and Lethal Weapon (0.7/3) were unmoved from their final results of last week.
Jessica Simpson is firing back at Natalie Portman for saying she got mixed messages from one of Jessica’s famous magazine covers way back in the day.
Jessica called out Natalie Wednesday, saying she’s “disappointed” Natalie is slut shaming her for posing in a bikini, while also boasting about being a virgin.
In a recent interview, Natalie told USA Today, “I remember being a teenager, and there was Jessica Simpson on the cover of a magazine saying ‘I’m a virgin’ while wearing a bikini, and I was confused. Like, I don’t know what this is trying to tell me as a woman, as a girl.”
Natalie, who plays a pop star in her new movie, “Vox Lux,” was talking about real-life pop stars and the virgin/vixen paradigms pushed by the music industry in the late 1990s.
Jessica thinks Natalie should know better … telling her, “As public figures, we both know our image is not totally in our control at all times, and that the industry we work in often tries to define us and box us in.”
Jessica further scolds Natalie by writing, “being sexy in a bikini and being proud of my body are not synonymous with having sex.”
The pop star’s social media rant included some shade for Natalie — “I have made it my practice to not shame other women for their choices. I encourage you to do the same.”
Of the few people in the world who can say they’ve led both box-office-toppling action films and award-winning works of musical theatre, Hugh Jackman is probably one of the most nonchalant about his accomplishments. The actor, who turned 50 this year, just announced a global arena tour off of the success of his latest film, The Greatest Showman, but admits he is still “a little nervous” about such a big live production — which will be all but a one-man world show.
Ahead of the tour — which begins next summer and has tickets going on sale this Friday — Jackman sat down with Rolling Stone to chat about what audiences can expect to see on stage, as well as his inspiration for the show, his favorite modern performers (Eminem and Janelle Monáe among them) and his still-lingering surprise about how a musical about a circus impresario became one of the most successful projects of his career.
Tell us about the genesis of this solo arena tour. Where did the idea come from? In 2003, I was going on Broadway and the producer said, ‘You’re crazy not to have an album.’ So I found myself in a recording studio with some amazing people, but I was in the studio because someone said I should do an album, not because I had anything to say — so it was terrible. I hated it. I begged them and said, “Sorry guys, I’m just going to stop. I’m going to put together a show and I’m going to perform it, and on the back of that I’ll see if I want to do an album.” That’s when I had the first idea of putting it together. It was 2011 when I first did [a solo show] on Broadway, and this show is an evolution of that. The material keeps on changing and it keeps evolving. I’ve turned 50; there’s more stories to pull from. But it’s a work in progress.
The spotlight will be entirely on you. How are you preparing? I’ve got to tell you, I’m never happier than when I’m rehearsing or workshopping or when I’m doing the show. So basically between now and the show, this is all I’m doing. I push myself — I try to do things I don’t think I can do. And I sing and dance every day, and that allows me to sort of relax when I’m up there.
Is there one thing you’re particularly excited about for the show? I’m really excited about songs from The Greatest Showman, because I know a lot of people connected to that film. When we were getting the film up, we did workshops with 60 or 70 people in the room, so I know these songs work theatrically. But it’s not ‘The Greatest Showman Live.’ We’re going to sing probably four or five songs from that, and it’s the same with Les Mis. Also, I just feel I have in the last few years developed a slightly different perspective on life, and I’m really excited to share that.
“I think I used to be more obsessed with perfection — and a little constrained by the idea of making everything perfect. I’ve kind of let go of that”
How do you mean? I think I used to be more obsessed with perfection — and a little constrained by the idea of making everything perfect. I’ve kind of let go of that and I’m having a lot more fun, I think. On stage, you have to connect to every single person there; I just want people to feel like they saw something on that night that could only happen in there, and that it’s not a cookie-cutter performance, and that there’s something fresh. I can break off, start talking, ad-lib, tell different stories. I might talk about my day, I might sing a song I’ve never sung before.
What are you most apprehensive about? If I hadn’t done arenas before, I wouldn’t believe you could feel intimacy and create a show that is theatrical in arenas; my show’s very eclectic and I do some Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, some more upscale numbers. But a little part of me still can’t believe I’m announcing an arena show. So until tickets are sold, I’ll probably be a little nervous.
What do you expect the audience to be like? I think it’s going to be a real mixed bag.
You’ll have your Greatest Showman family enthusiasts, and then your Wolverine-obsessed teen boys. Well I don’t know how many Wolverine fans will turn up, but I hope they do! And I do tell a few stories about Wolverine; I’m going to share some things people don’t know about it. But I am sharing every part of my life. There’s no Wolverine kick line, let’s be clear. I’m amazed at how eclectic the following I have is. The Greatest Showman has surprised me, because I get a lot of young kids now. I look forward to creating a show that somehow connects with everybody.
Did you expect The Greatest Showman to — No, nobody expected it! There was one person to believe that [it’d get so big], and that was the director Michael Gracey. Seven or eight years ago he said, ‘I’m telling you, we’re going to make a movie where people are going to see you in a way they’ve never seen before, it’ll be the top movie replayed every Christmas.’ I wanted to believe him, but I had doubts.
When the movie opened, I think it was at the time the second-worst wide release of all time. I remember the New York Times did a story later saying, ‘Clearly you all disagree with our review. Tell us why.’ They said they’d never had so many people write in. The people who loved it, loved it. I’ve never been stopped on the street so much in my life.
What do people say when they stop you? ‘I’ve seen it 12 times.’ A lot of people cry. Someone who really touched me was Pink. When I saw her backstage, she grabbed me by the shoulders and said ‘This movie meant so much.’ The movie is about accepting yourself, dreaming big and going through life with a sense of wonder and magic and gratitude. I think that’s something that hit the zeitgeist. It hit a certain vein. Now people are going to sing-alongs and the movie has never even gone off cinemas, I think still playing on 66 screens last week. The story itself is about a man who believed in something no one else believed in, so it’s kind of incredible how art has imitated life.
Do you have a good track record of predicting how big a film is going to be? No. No one, including me, expected the first X-Men to do what it did.
The Greatest Showman is a little similar to The Prestige, in that it simmered into a cult phenomenon. Yeah, The Prestige — at the time, I was like, wow, I’m so proud to be a part of this film and Nolan has done an amazing job and there’s Bowie and and Michael Caine — but a movie called The Illusionist had come out a few months before, so… But now that’s another one. I get stopped for that movie a lot. People say ‘I loved you in that movie, I’ve watched it five times.’ They go back to it again and again because there are so many Easter eggs. So, we don’t know.
Performers always say that you can get off stage and go, ‘That was terrible,’ and the director will come up to you and tell you that was your best one. And you go, ‘What!’ That’s the confounding thing about this job. There are some times you think that felt great, you leave auditions feeling like you got that one, and they’re like, ‘No thanks.’ But I suppose that’s what keeps us coming back for more.
Let’s talk about the music itself, for your show. Now that it’s been a year since the film came out, you’ve had time to sit with the music. Will you be changing any of the songs? Updating them? That’s a really good question. We’re just working on that right now. For some of the duets, we’re thinking of bigger dance numbers, or doing something different with the orchestrations. Because now, we are singing a bunch of songs from The Greatest Showman because that’s a part of my life, but it’s not ‘The Greatest Showman Live,’ I’m not coming out in a red coat and a hat and all of that. But I understand people want to hear those songs and I can’t wait to give it to them. Keala [Settle] is going to come out and sing a bunch of the shows with me, but she can’t do all of them because she’s in such high demand, which I’m thrilled about. But she’ll do some, and I’ll let people know closer to the time.
What about songs from Les Mis? Will they have a twist? What are you envisioning? We’ll certainly be doing some kind of medley for Les Mis. I also want to get some guests in. I haven’t even asked them yet, but I’d love to get someone like Phillip Quast to come and do something. I think there’s ways to do some of those songs in a way — I don’t know if I want to re-orchestrate because the orchestrations are so beautiful, but maybe give them to people in a way they haven’t heard before.
And you’ll have a full orchestra behind you on stage. It’s a full orchestra. Right now we’re discussing whether it’s 26 or 34 people. That’s going to come down to probably someone saying, ‘Dude, you can’t afford that!’ But I love being with live musicians and I love being with full orchestra.
Who are the musicians and performers today who inspire you the most? Who’s the most interesting artist to you? Enimem and Jay-Z are amazing. Both have very different energy. Beyoncé. Timberlake is one of the great live performers. I saw Michael Jackson. Colin Hay, who used to be the lead singer of Men at Work — if you ever want a masterclass about how to keep an audience in the palm of your hand, he’s incredible. Sometimes he’ll stop halfway through a song and break into a story. I think Janelle Monáe is astonishing. I just saw her recently perform. Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga. I get inspiration from so many performances.
Is there other music for you on the horizon, in this show or otherwise? I really want to do some original music for this show. I’m hoping to have written something that I can perform. I really want to write with Justin [Paul] and Benj [Pasek], who did The Greatest Showman and Dear Evan Hanson, the musical — I love Dear Evan Hanson and I would love to do a song from that as well — and I’m literally doing all those workshops now, deciding what all the material is going to be.