Austin Skero, with Border Patrol, shared a number of photos of the animals on Twitter. He described the property as a “pseudo-narco zoo” and noted that “a Bengal tiger, emus, llamas, porcupines, and a kinkajou” were taken for proper medical care.
0commentsThe Waterboy was one of the films that helped Sander become a star. However, it’s his most recent film, Uncut Gems that put him on another level. Sandler received critical acclaim for his role in the film, but he didn’t earn an Academy Award nomination. However, Sandler was not bitter as he showed love to […]
“I see some military outside the ship right now,” he said. “I see a lot of military. I see a lot of ambulances… It looks like a war zone. I’m terrified. I’m not going to lie to you. I’ve never been through something like this in my life before…I’m worried about the 3,000 people on […]
Shortly after she shared the selfie on Twitter, her mom Joan Grande replied with a sweet message for her daughter. “your natural hair/curls is a world of its own… a magnificent beauty you are inside and out/ made up or natural … I love you…” Joan said.
Montreal: The Canadian Grand Prix, scheduled for Montreal June 12-14, has been postponed, the latest Formula One casualty of the coronavirus pandemic. Organizers of the event said in a statement on Tuesday that they “would have been honored to host the first race on the 2020 Formula 1 calendar” and they were “saddened” to have […]
“My actual hair is so broken that it looks absolutely ratchet and absurd when I let it down,” she said in 2014. “As annoying as it is for y’all to look at the same hairstyle all the time, it’s all that works for now (and I’m comfortable for the first time in years).”
“You know how when you’re waiting at Tiffany’s they give you lots of champagne? They got us very tipsy, so we bought seven engagement rings, and when I got back to the studio I gave everybody a friendship ring,” she explained. “That’s why we have these, and that’s where the song idea came from.”
Grande dropped “thank u, next” in November. The upbeat break-up anthem, which she referred to as an “acceptance” song after having experienced love, patience, and pain from her past relationships, became Grande’s first track to top the Hot 100 chart, where it remained No. 1 for seven weeks.
However, Grande explains that her public romances aren’t something she can control. “This is how I meet people — I can’t just, like, meet someone at a bar,” she adds. “I live fast and full-out, and I make mistakes, and I learn from them and I’m grateful no matter what happens.”
She even makes a nod to her emotional year, singing, “Been through some bad s—/I should be a sad bitch/Who would’ve thought it’d turn me to a savage/Rather be tied up with gauze and not strings/Write my own checks like I write what I sing.”