Modern family: Katy Perry celebrates with her fiance's ex-wife at new product launch
No wonder Katy Perry found it easy to made amends with Taylor Swift: She's the kind of person who hangs out with her fiance's ex-wife and is totally fine with it.
Katy posted a photo of herself posing in front of a floral wall with her sister Angela Hudson and Miranda Kerr, the ex-wife of her fiance Orlando Bloom. Miranda, who is pregnant with her second child with her current husband, was launching her new skincare line, Kora Organics.
"KORA-grats on an illuminating vitamin c packed to perfection product - The #Nonibright serum @mirandakerr @koraorganics," Katy captioned the picture, adding several heart emojis.
Miranda posted the same photo, with the caption, "Thanks for shining bright with me @katyperry & Angela" and more heart emojis.
Fans were quick to comment about how amazing it is that Katy and Miranda have such a great relationship.
"We love a functioning family situation!!" wrote one. "Wow. You're friends with your fiancé's ex-wife. That's great!" added another. Yet another fan commented, "Women together will heal the world."
"SUPPORTIVE AND RESPECTFUL QUEENS," noted another, while one simply wrote, "I LOVE THIS FAMILY SO MUCH UGH."
Orlando was married to Miranda from 2010 to 2013; they share an eight-year-old son, Flynn. Miranda, who is now married to Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel, told People two years ago, "We're a modern family." She added that Flynn and Katy are "great" and "get along really well."
Madonna recalls meeting "hot" Barack Obama on The Tonight Show
Madonna was one of the guests on Thursday's The Tonight Show, where she and host Jimmy Fallon chatted about her recently released Madame X album, her similarly titled tour, and meeting former president Barrack Obama for the first time during her last Tonight Show visit.
"Oh my God, that is probably the most nervous I've ever been in my life, I had butterflies in my stomach, I was completely and utterly starstruck," she recalled.
"He's so hot," she continued, drawing a roar of laughter from Fallon's studio audience, to which she quickly added, "Sorry."
Fallon also recalled Madonna telling Obama, "You're the only reason I'm doing this show."
"I can hear you. I can hear you," was Jimmy's response.
The 60-year-old Material Girl -- who left her Madame X eye patch at home in favor of a veil, a pillbox hat, and a cleavage-enhancing blue-and-black sequined cocktail dress -- may not have a shot at marrying the former president, but that didn't stop her from proposing to Fallon. She joking that she and her "husband," 25-year-old Latin superstar Maluma, have an open marriage, and she and Jimmy could have the same.
Unless it's the best-kept secret in pop, Madonna was almost certainly referring to the faux marriage she and Maluma act out in the video for their "Medellin" collab.
Earlier, Madonna joined Fallon for a new game called, "Neon Dance Battle," where they took turns displaying their best dance moves to beats Jimmy's house band, The Roots, laid down.
Madonna's Madame X tour, which will consist of intimate theater performances, kicks of with 17 dates at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York running from September 12-October 6.
The Jonas Brothers, Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars & "Old Town Road" among People's "100 Reasons to Love America"
Ahead of the Fourth of July, People magazine has created a list of "100 Reasons to Love America" -- and among those reasons are our pop stars and their songs.
The highest entry on the list that involves pop stars comes in at #16: It's Cardi B and Bruno Mars, thanks to their latest collabo, "Please Me." Next up at #18, it's The Jonas Brothers. As People notes, "All grown up and married now...the three put their differences aside to make music again."
Running down the list, Beyoncé's at #25, thanks to her Netflix documentary Homecoming, while the #1 smash by Lil Nas, "Old Town Road," is #37. Janet Jackson's Las Vegas residency, Metamorphosis is #43, and Jennifer Lopez and her fiance A-Rod are #71.
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper are #83 on the list, with People noting coyly, "They are on fire. They are both single. That is all."
Among the non-musical things on the list: The Marvel Universe, Cheez Whiz, The Masked Singer, Tiger Woods, goat yoga, women in Congress, RuPaul, Tom Brady, Dr. Ruth and amusement parks.
But the top of the list is reserved not for pop, but for country. The #1 thing on the list is Carrie Underwood, followed by #2, "The Modern Women of Country": Maren Morris, Kacey Musgraves and Kelsea Ballerini.
The monster is back and here to stay in creepy final Stranger Things 3 trailer
Ahead of its July 4 premiere, a creepy new trailer for Stranger Things season three has been unleashed.
It starts with an ominous voice-over that says, “You let us in and now you are going to have to let us stay.”
We then hear Millie Bobby Brown’s Eleven trying to understand how the monster is still around, even after she closed the portal to the Upside Down last season.
“What if he never left?” Will says. “What if we locked him out here with us?”
It seems the monster will be attaching itself to a new “host.”
“He’s building something,” Eleven says.
It’s up to the group to stop the creature from destroying everyone. The trailer ends with scenes from what is sure to be an epic battle inside the new mall in Hawkins.
Stranger Things season three debuts on Netflix July 4.
Toy Story 4 and Child's Play among this week's new movies
Opening nationwide Friday:
* Toy Story 4 -- The latest chapter in the the 24-year Toy Story franchise finds Sheriff Woody and Buzz Lightyear -- voiced once again by Tom Hanks and Tim Allen, respectively -- and the rest of their playroom pals on a desperate rescue mission to find their new friend Forky, voiced by Tony Hale. He's a new toy made out of a spork, a pipe cleaner, Popsicle sticks and a pair of googly eyes brought to life by Bonnie, the little girl introduced in Toy Story 3. Other voice actors include Annie Potts, Jordan Peele, Keegan Michael Key and Keanu Reeves. Rated G.
* Child's Play -- This remake of the classic 1988 horror flick Child's Play features Star Wars' Mark Hamill as the voice of Chucky, the killer doll a mother, played by Aubrey Plaza, gives to her son for his birthday, unaware of its sinister nature. Gabriel Bateman and Brian Tyree Henry also star. Rated R.
* Anna -- Russian model/actress Sasha Luss lands her first big role in this action-thriller about a striking beauty who's transformed into an elite assassin. Also starring Luke Evans, Cillian Murphy, and Helen Mirren. Rated R.
Opening in limited release Friday:
* Wild Rose -- Chernobyl actress Jessie Buckly stars in this British musical drama about a single mother from Glasgow, Scotland who dreams of moving to Nashville and becoming a country star. Julie Walters co-stars. Rated R.
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