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It is a celebration that 30 years have passed since the recording of Will you Ever Say, and its later release.
In fact, she told Out Magazine, she has even had male co-stars take a pay cut in order to close the gap between what she and they earned for a film.'That's something they do for me because they feel it's what's right and fair,' she said.
'That's something that's also not discussed, necessarily — that our getting equal pay is going to require people to selflessly say, "That's what's fair,"" she added.'If my male co-star, who has a higher quote then me but believes we are equal, takes a pay cut so that I can match him, that changes my quote in the future and changes my life,' said the star, who plays Billie Jean King in the upcoming movie Battle of the Sexes.
There’s a complicated scandal embroiling the man who is presently the governor of Missouri.
A few years ago, before he was elected to the current post, but while he was a married man, he is said (according to this article, and based on a tape recording quoted therein) to have seduced his married hairdresser by inviting her to his basement “to show you how to do a proper pull-up.” There he taped her to “some rings” and blindfolded her (apparently with her consent, although it’s not as clear as would be ideal) and caused her to believe he had photographed her (without her consent) and would spread the pictures “everywhere” if she ever mentioned his name.
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Emma Stone channeled cowgirl-chic vibes on the front cover of Marie Claire magazine thanks to her statement hat and look from the Christian Dior spring/summer '18 catwalk.
The star wore a nude embellished number from the collection, which took place in the Santa Monica Mountains staged with hot air balloons and tents, in celebration of the great California rural landscape that has always inspired Dior creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri.
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Emma Stone isn't know for being a particularly vocal celebrity when it comes to issues of politics, but the actress doesn't want to get better about speaking out.