Pittsburgh Steelers' JuJu Smith-Schuster attends high school prom, students chant 'f–k AB'

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Pittsburgh Steelers star JuJu Smith-Schuster attended a Pennsylvania high school prom Friday with a student after the teen’s date broke up with him.

Anthony Molinaro asked the wide receiver to go with him to Chartiers Valley High School’s prom after his original date had ditched him, according to WPXI-TV.

Smith-Schuster tweeted a few photos Sunday of him posing with Molinaro’s classmates. He said he had a “litty night at his school.”

A video posted on social media of the prom showed students chanting “f—k AB,” referring to Smith-Schuster’s former teammate Antonio Brown.


Smith-Schuster and Brown traded barbs in April after Brown was traded to the Oakland Raiders. However, Smith-Schuster told TMZ Sports that Brown was “his guy” and there was no animosity between the two star wide receivers.


The former USC receiver had a breakout year with the Steelers in 2018. He caught 111 balls for 1,426 yards and seven touchdowns.

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Asda is selling a tiki bar for your garden – and it looks amazing

Looking to host a BBQ this summer?

There are plenty of products to take your parties to the next level, from fairy lights to hot tubs.

Asda has also come out with some garden furniture that’s bound to impress any guests.

The supermarket has launched a three-piece tiki bar with hidden drinks compartments.

Here’s everything you need to know about the product.

Asda is selling its Garden Tiki Bar 3 Piece Sets for £249 each.

The bar is made from handwoven material, giving it a beachy vibe.

But while it looks pretty flimsy, the structure is held up by a corrosion-resistant steel frame.

The bar’s glass tabletop is strong and easy to wipe down.

Meanwhile, its storage shelving is perfect for holding bottles of Pimm’s or Aperol.

The furniture bundle comes with two wooden stools that guests can perch on.

An outdoor cover is also included, so you can protect the product when the weather gets rainy.

If you’re interested in buying the bar, head to the Asda website.

The product has already been well-received by some British shoppers.

On the supermarket’s website, the item has been given a 4.5 star rating.

One happy customer said: “Very sturdy, looks great and very good value.”

Another remarked: “Bought for a party. Real talking point, friends loved it, such fun.

“Good value compared to other retailers.”

A third added: “Simply stunning bar.

“Easy to assemble and everyone who had seen it have been impressed.”

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‘Django Unchained’ Sequel? Tarantino Reportedly Developing ‘Django/Zorro’ Comic Adaptation

A sequel to Quentin Tarantino’s 2012 Oscar winner and box office smash hit “Django Unchained” could be on the way in the near future. Collider reports Tarantino is developing an adaptation of his graphic novel series “Django/Zorro” with comedian and writer Jerrod Carmichael. The seven-issue crossover series, co-written by Tarantino and Matt Wagner, served as a sequel to the film and was published between 2014 and 2015.

“Django/Zorro” picks up several years after the events of “Django Unchained” with the title character (played by Jamie Foxx in the movie) still working as a bounty hunter. Django has a bounty on his own head in the east because of the murder spree on the Candyland plantation and now operates in the west. It’s here where he meets Don Diego de la Vega, the famed Zorro, and agrees to become his bodyguard on a mission to free the local indigenous population from slavery.

Collider reports Tarantino is not attached to direct the project and will most likely serve as a producer on the project. Sony is not confirmed as the studio behind the project, although it did handle the international release of “Django Unchained” and is behind Tarantino’s upcoming “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” As Collider reminded readers, Sony was previously interested in a “Django/Zorro” adaptation in 2014. The infamous Sony hack revealed email exchanges between Tarantino and then-Sony boss Amy Pascal that found the executive excited to move forward on the project.

The “Django/Zorro” news is the latest good news for Tarantino fans. Not only did the director’s “Hollywood” receive rave reviews at the Cannes Film Festival ahead of its July 26 theatrical rollout, but the filmmaker himself revealed in April he would be soon working on a director’s cut of “Django” that will run over three hours. It’s unclear whether or not Foxx would be back to reprise his leading role in a potential “Django/Zorro” adaptation.

Tarantino’s “Django” remains his highest grossing movie ever released with $162 million domestically and $425 million globally. The film was nominated for five Academy Awards, winning the Oscars for Best Original Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor. IndieWire has reached out to Tarantino and Carmichael’s representatives for further comment.

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Lil’ Kim wants bankruptcy case dismissed

Lil’ Kim‘s finances appear to be back in order.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the 44-year-old rapper requested that a judge dismiss her bankruptcy case because her lawyer helped her got a loan modification for her home.

In May 2018, Kim filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in an effort to save her Alpine, NJ, mansion from foreclosure.

According to The Blast, the “It’s All About the Benjamins” rapper failed to make her June 2018 mortgage payment of $10,155.47.

The 6,026-square-foot residence went into foreclosure in 2010. Creditors reportedly asked to put the home up for auction to recover the debt. The starting bid was $100.

Page Six previously reported that Kim first purchased the estate for $2.3 million in 2002.

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For women, ‘the state of your hair reflects what’s happening in your body’

My hair loss began, as most things begin, without me really noticing. That was, until clumps started appearing on my brush, or, in my hands as I washed my hair. It was November. Two months after I’d finished a stressful job, (which, admittedly is a type of tautology, for what job isn’t stressful?) But I’d had a family member come back with an unexpected diagnosis from the doctor around that same time, and the adrenaline that I’d had coursing through my bloodstream every day – and night, because I silly enough to work too many nights – appeared to double.

And then there were my kids, both under five. And then of course, the thyroid. Hashimotos to be exact. The one where your metabolism slows, and you feel tired all the time, in spite of medication. Which meant my hair was brittle anyway, and prone to falling out. But not like this.

“When your body is already under enormous pressure to maintain basic functions, it stops worrying about the hair.”Credit:Stocksy

I was so embarrassed in front of my hairdresser, watching it fall to the floor as she brushed it, I felt I had to say something. “My hair’s been falling out for the last few months … I guess it’s my thyroid? Or maybe I’m just going through an early menopause?!”

“Oh, don’t worry about it – happens all the time” she told me. It does? “Yeah, lots of women go through stress and a few months later, all their hair falls out. Don’t worry, love – it only lasts for six months or so.”

Turns out she was right. I had my hair cut in April. A big chop, unflatteringly short, but finally, somehow, better. And, as I washed it, I realised, large clumps weren’t coming out anymore.

What had happened? Was it the hair mask I was using? It was certainly making my hair feel healthier. I’d found it on the internet – Olaplex Hair Perfector No. 3 – it was unanimously hailed as a miracle by every beauty tester out there. But at $30 for a small bottle, and half an hour just for soaking, I couldn’t maintain the lifestyle. Maybe it was the celery juice? Going gluten free? Or had my body just sort of … gotten on with it?

“For a woman, the state of your hair is always a reflection of what’s happening in your body. When your body is already under enormous pressure to maintain basic functions, it stops worrying about the hair, so it lets it fall. Hair loss is not to be taken lightly.” These words, coming out of the mouth of Anthony Pearce, a medically-trained Trichologist, specialising in women’s scalp and hormonal issues, felt strangely validating.

He tells me what I had was likely “telogen effluvium”, which, he says, “is just a very fancy way of saying excessive hair loss in a falling phase.”

“Your Hashimotos is probably causing your hair to thin anyway, because your white blood cells are constantly attacking your thyroid, and your hair follicles are so sensitive. But then you add something stressful to those changes, and the first reaction of your body is that your hair will fall out” says Pearce, who then kindly recommends I load up on zinc, Vitamin D and iron, and get another blood test.

“There’s many different types of hair loss, but that time frame you describe – one to three months after – where it has abruptly started coming out, is consistent with a stressful period, and it means you probably lost up to 60 per cent of your hair density.”

But why did it just stop falling out? Was it the haircut? “The haircut probably made it feel less raggedly, but more likely is that your body just resolved it itself” Pearce told me, adding that the mask, while making my hair feel better, was “purely cosmetic” and had no effect on the cause of hair loss.

I was better off trying to minimise stress, get more sleep, inhale, exhale et cetera, et cetera. All the stress reducing things women should do, but can’t because life gets in the way. So I settled for the purely cosmetic and asked hair stylist Kevin Murphy for advice on how to go about it.

“I often work with models who take Biotin supplements, which is known to strengthen weak hair and improve texture” Murphy tells me, but adds, “I also believe in looking after the hair holistically, so start with brushing the scalp vigorously to help stimulate healthy hair growth by bringing blood to the surface and awakening the follicle.”

Murphy then recommends his “Plumping” range, which, he says “uses eyelash technology for thickening up the ends and expanding the hair shaft”.

Murphy sends some of the product out for me to try. It smells divine, and my hair, after one wash, does feel a little fuller. But it’s really not on par with that miracle mask, which means only one thing: that $30 mask, and the half an hour it takes to soak, just became my most valuable stress reducer.

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Nick Jonas Reveals the Impact His Purity Ring Had on His Sex Life

Nick Jonas is opening up about how his purity ring, which he wore as a child, shaped his view of sex.

“The values behind the idea of understanding what sex is, and what it means, are incredibly important. When I have children, I’ll make sure they understand the importance of sex, and consent, and all the things that are important,” Nick told The Guardian.

He continued, “What’s discouraging about that chapter of our life is that at 13 or 14 my sex life was being discussed. It was very tough to digest it in real time, trying to understand what it was going to mean to me, and what I wanted my choices to be, while having the media speaking about a 13-year-old’s sex life. I don’t know if it would fly in this day and age. Very strange.”

If you don’t know, purity rings are worn as a signal that the wearer is abstaining from sex until marriage. All three Jonas Brothers wore purity rings.

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Donald Trump supporters clash with protestors in furious Wetherspoons stand-off

The US President’s fans bellowed “we love you Donald” as the protestors passed through Whitehall for today’s Stop Donald Trump movement.

But as they passed, police were forced to intervene as they appeared to be closing in on each other.

The person who shared the clip on Twitter captioned it: “MAGA (Make America Great Again) supporters clash with Trump protest outside ‘Spoons Whitehall.”

One man, wearing a red MAGA cap, swore at the protestors with his fingers.

He was met by a chorus of boos before he was led away.

“He is a stone cold loser who should focus on crime in London, not me”


He tweeted: “Sadiq Khan, who by all accounts has done a terrible job as Mayor of London, has been foolishly ‘nasty’ to the visiting President of the United States, by far the most important ally of the United Kingdom.

“He is a stone cold loser who should focus on crime in London, not me.

“Kahn (sic) reminds me very much of our very dumb and incompetent Mayor of NYC, de Blasio, who has also done a terrible job – only half his height.

“In any event, I look forward to being a great friend to the United Kingdom, and am looking very much forward to my visit. Landing now.”

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Muslims celebrate Eid, ending Ramadan holy month

KABUL (Reuters) – Muslims around the world celebrated the Eid-al-Fitr religious holiday on Tuesday, marking the end of Islam’s holy month of Ramadan.

Like the start of Ramadan, during which believers abstain from eating and drinking during daylight hours, Eid-al-Fitr depends on the sighting of the moon and its celebration varies in different countries. The day begins with early morning prayers and then family visits and feasts.

In the Afghan capital Kabul, families celebrated with a stroll in a central park, and children played on a carousel.

“We came here to celebrate Eid because this day is for happiness and all the people want to see happiness. The Afghan people hope to have peace in the country,” said Abdul Raziq, a resident of the city.

Elsewhere, thousands of Muslims living in Moscow gathered in and outside the city’s grand mosque to pray. Security was high and mounted police patrolled the streets.

The Moscow Cathedral Mosque, which has capacity for 10,000 people, was packed with worshippers, many of whom hail originally from Central Asia.

After Orthodox Christianity, Islam is the second biggest religion in Russia.

“We came to pray and the place is not important. The only place we need is a place to put a rug, to pray to God, to take part in this holiday – this is the most important,” said Sivush Veriyev.

Thousands of faithful packed stadiums in Addis Ababa and Mogadishu and there were also mass prayers in the Nigerian capital Abuja as well as Juba in South Sudan.

In Bangladesh, thousands of people have been scrambling to Dhaka’s ferry terminals and stations, packing trains heading out of the city to return to their hometowns for Eid.

In Turkey, President Tayyip Erdogan prayed at Istanbul’s huge new Camlica mosque, which he formally inaugurated last month.

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Flattering high-waisted bikinis, an air fryer for healthy cooking and more

A lot of these recommendations come from Becks1. I also looked through some bathing suits, stuff for summer and other random things I want from Amazon. There’s always more stuff I want.

A flattering and cute high-waisted bikini

This affordable, high-waisted bikini comes in sizes small to xx-large and in 22 different print and color options, all with cute flouncy tops and high bottoms. It’s a recommendation from Becks1, who writes “I am 37, two c-sections and I carry my weight in my belly… So a lot of one pieces are too short on me, or emphasize belly, but I love the high waist trend for two pieces. Just got this one and it’s fun and comfortable.” Reviewers love it too, writing that it “fits perfect,” is “comfortable and cute” and “is so flattering.” Some say that it runs big so you may want to order a size down. Becks also owns this vintage two piece high-waisted suit, which comes in 16 different prints and colors, and recommends it.

The number one best seller in bathing suits

If a one piece is more your style this high neck flattering bathing suit by Tempt Me has so many options. It comes in sizes x-small to 20 plus and in 16 different colors and prints. There’s a mesh panel to show cleavage without being too revealing and it has full bottom coverage. It has over 2,000 reviews, 4.5 stars and an A from Fakespot. Women call it slimming, say that it hides tummies and fits great. Reviewers write that it has “great support, “looks cute,” and is “modest yet a little sexy.” You may want to double check sizing and order a size up as it’s said to run small.

Water shoes to protect your feet from hot sand and sunburn

The beach can be relaxing and fun but who hasn’t had sunburned feet or feet that get burned from walking on the sand? These unisex water shoes are ultra affordable at under $14, come in 30 different prints and colors and in sizes 5 to 13 for women. They’re great for water sports like kayaking and can protect your feet at the beach, pool or creek. Unlike other brands on Amazon they have a rubber sole, which offers more protection. Reviewers call them the “comfortable enough to forget you are wearing them” “comfortable” and the “best water shoes I’ve ever purchased.” People say to make sure to measure your feet in inches because they run small.

A versatile sleeveless tank in so many colors and prints

Becks1 also recommended this top, which she owns in three different colors and loves. She writes “They look cute tucked in or untucked. They are a loose fit so I love them for things like my kids sports when you can’t always predict how hot it’s going to be.” This comes in sizes small to xx-large and 24 prints and colors. Women write that these tanks are “cute and flattering,” “very comfortable,” “awesomely soft” and “a nice top for the price.”

Washing machine cleaning tablets for fresher laundry

These washing machine cleaning tablets are the number one best seller in tools and home improvement. They’re said to get out nasty odors and gunk that can accumulate in the wash. I definitely need them as my front-loading washer is smelling funky. A reviewer writes “not only did it clean my machine, it eliminated the nasty smell that always transferred to my clothes.” One person says to try this version of the tablets, which is fragrance free.

A set of four tweezers so you’ll never be without the right pair

I’m traveling this week and I only have a crappy pair of tweezers with me, the kind that breaks your hair instead of pulling it out by the root. For some reason I’m always losing tweezers, especially the good ones. These tweezers are just $15 for 4 pieces. People call them the “best tweezer set ever,” rave about how precise they are and say they can “grab the tiniest, finest hair.” They’re also said to be great for small crafting work.

An awesome air fryer to cook and bake without an oven

Becks1 also recommended an air fryer, she has this one and I have a small earlier model Philips, similar to this one. I’m featuring the high capacity 6 quart one by OMORC, above, as it’s affordable, programmable and has high ratings. You can even cook a whole chicken in it. You may want to watch the video to see if it will fit in your kitchen. (Here’s a link to a smaller 3.8 quart one.) I love my air fryer. It’s so convenient for baking chicken and cooking frozen items like french fries, bagel bites, fish and more. You can cook almost anything in it. (The one I have is 2.75 quart and does not fit a full size frozen pizza, but you can use it for single serve pizzas.) My mom got it for me and I use it a few times a week. If you’re looking for a large capacity air fryer with accessories for baking, this 5.7 quart one by Yedi is also highly rated and comes with a cake pan, silicon mat, pizza pan and a dividable basket.

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'My mother was so beautiful and so tiny, I always felt clunky around her' – Zoe Kravitz

Zoe Kravitz has said she is “slowly learning” to believe that she is hired because of her talent and not her surname.

The 30-year-old actress and singer said she used to question whether having Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet as parents opened doors for her.

She told British Vogue: “When I got into acting school, I never knew if it was because of my audition or my last name.

“But I’m slowly learning that no director will hire me because of my surname.

“The first 10 years of my career have been about proving myself.

“I now finally feel like I’m in a place where I’m able to say ‘I deserve this’, and ‘I worked really hard’. I’m getting better.”

The Fantastic Beasts star said of growing up: “School was hard for me. My peers were wealthy white kids – jocks and cheerleaders – and I felt super alienated.

“On the cusp of being a teenager you’re trying to figure out who you are, and when there is no reflection of you anywhere you look, you feel like a freak.”

She said her decade-long eating disorder, which began at 13, “came from a lot of things”.

“My mother was so beautiful and so tiny, I always felt clunky around her, and then my dad was always surrounded by supermodels,” she told the July issue of the magazine.

Kravitz is reported to have secretly married actor Karl Glusman.

She said of the couple first meeting in a bar in 2016: “I love that it wasn’t on an app and that it wasn’t on a movie set.”

The July issue of British Vogue is available on digital download and on newsstands from Friday.

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