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“The whole thing with relationship is enjoy it and have fun. They’re having fun and that’s a good thing.”

Entertainment Tonight, November 2015

“I’ll do the sermon. The sermon? The service? I would be honored to marry Blake and Gwen.”

Entertainment Tonight, April 2018

“It was just fun hanging with them, and anytime I’m able to see them having fun and being happy, it’s great to be around them.”

Us Weekly, April 2019

“You look at just how wonderful their relationship [is]. I’m so happy that they were able to find each other.”

OK! Magazine, February 2020

Luke Bryan on Blake and Gwen, various interviews

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Us Weekly covers are now being sold,
You can see the manipulation unfold:
They say Harry’s a boytoy
And it seems part of their ploy
Is using a babyfaced pic three years old.

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Shakira is mentioned by Will.i.am in an article for the US Weekly magazine. Issue for January 18, 2021.

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EN FOTOS: Emma Stone es captada con su barriguita de embarazada

EN FOTOS: Emma Stone es captada con su barriguita de embarazada

Emma Stone / Foto: Jason Laveris/FILMMAGIC/GETTY IMAGES
La actriz estadounidense Emma Stone y su esposo, el comediante y escritor Dave McCary están esperando esperando a su primer bebé.
Finalmente, y luego de tantos rumores, se pudo confirmar que Stone se encuentra en estado debido a unas fotografías que circularon en redes sociales, donde vemos a la actriz caminando en una calle de Los Angeles…


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Shakira and Jennifer Lopez are feature in the US Weekly magazine, issue for January 4, 2021📰

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<div> —  US weekly about WONDER (album) </div><span>“24 Hours” details how the coronavirus quarantine brought them closer, with lyrics like, “It’s a little soon / But I wanna come home to you.” The most extravagant and beautiful love song, though, comes in the form of “Always Been You.” With its grandiose chorus, the standout tackles Mendes’ “scars and insecurities” and honors the evolution of his romance with Cabello. “You’re the only one that my heart keeps coming back to,” he croons.</span>
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<div> —  US weekly about WONDER (album) </div><span>Day-one fans will surely notice similarities between “Higher” and his 2014 stomper “Something Big,” while “Piece of You” has a hypnotizing bass line rivaling that of 2018’s “Particular Taste".</span>
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<div> —  <i>US weekly about WONDER (album)</i> </div><span>He toys around with sounds and concepts like never before. Sudden rhythm changes midway through “Song for No One” and “Look Up at the Stars” will surprise listeners, while an industrial and occasionally jarring instrumental fully encompasses “Call My Friends.” He even forays into R&B with a groovy ode to physical touch, “Teach Me How to Love,” and a melodic dedication to Cabello’s hometown of Miami, “305,” the latter of which fills the void that Bruno Mars’ absence from the music industry has left.</span>
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Shakira and her little bunny Max are featured in the US Weekly magazine, issue for December 7, 2020 📰

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Alida’s damage control on social media Part 4

(As a reminder: My blogs are based on my own speculations/opinions/POV/researches/observations. I do not state what I write as the only truth and anyone is free to disagree. However I do not take credit or responsibility for comments left on my posts and will not respond to questions concerning other’s opinions. Thank you)
I admit me and a few friends have been putting out some bait due to studying Alida’s social media habit the last few days. I was told she censored a lot of the comments and would basicly live on instagram right after a picture is published to be able to delete comments fast enough if they did not fit to her liking. Sounds exhausting I know. As her profile went public once again, and a new picture was published, we wanted to see for ourselves how it really was. So we had an experiment. A handful of us posted flattering comments and called her beautiful/queen/ gave her compliments about her series. A handful of us asked questions about Bill. About upcoming project Clark.
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What happened was as follows. The flattering comments got likes almost minutes after being posted. All of them. While the most obvious questions as «are you and Bill still together?» got dismissed straight away and account blocked. Some other questions such as upcoming projects were just deleted. So the owner of the account posted new questions, which by the second time it got dismissed and blocked.
There is also a fan who insisted that Alida and Bill are married, upon which Alida liked the comment but without correcting the mistake and stating the fact. (We know they are not married as they are referred to co-habitants on tv/radio/adress directories) So an account commented on that. And as you might already have guessed, yes, that comment was deleted and account blocked momentarily.
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My question is: why would someone be so scared of questions and statements and yet insist to have a public account? Why dismiss even the most polite questions, but only allow comments that compliment her looks and pictures, and how wonderful she and Bill is as a couple? Is her goal for an IG account only to boost her self confidence? Isn’t it a dishonest way to promote yourself leaving only comments that suites you best? How do you refer yourself as a strong woman if you are too afraid to face questions and critiques?
Alida seems to have much need for validation. Is it because she is not her own person? Cause she is always seen as the daughter of someone famous. And the gf of someone even more famous? Her fans are not her own fans, but barely people who pretends to adore her because they want a piece of her boyfriend?
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Look what even Swedish people notice, that «within the time she came to the studio, we already heard she was daughter of a famous father and together with someone even more famous.» She is also referred to as «One of Swedish new stars/actress. So does that mean whatever she has done before was considered irrelevant also in Sweden?

She has also spammed the fandom with her tv swedish series. Posting and reposting from friends and siblings, hyping up her own series as if it is world premiere of a high budget movie. A little announcement would have gone a long way. But seriously tons of posts and reposts are just a bit too much even for a needy Swedish actress. No one outside of Scandinavia can even watch it, less understand the language. To what use is it for the 20k children followers outside of Sweden to see posts of a swedish series about Motherhood? (Which in my opinion, and this is my own opinion, that she of all people are the worst person to play a part in a series about motherhood)
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But nontheless, whatever reason she might have to boost her self confidence on IG, she is hyping up a whole generation of young people for no reason. She views their stories, she repost fan stories, she likes comments and of course these young people will come back over and over to comment once, twice, three times on her IG posts. Because once they get a like, they can screenshot and tell everyone: Look Alida liked my comment. It boosts their own popularity amongst the fans.
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But has she given it a thought? A thorough thought? What if she accidentally leaves out one insecure child with no likes. What is going to happen to that child? That one child that did not get a like. Has she ever had a thourough thought about what she wants her social media account to represent? What are her stands? How does she want to portray herself? Has she thought about the influence she has on the thousands and thousands of children and teenagers who follow her account? Has she thought about the effect she has on her actions of liking comments, deleting comments, etc….how this can effect the mental health of every single children or teenager that might get noticed by her or not noticed by her?
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Lisa Marie and Tim Burton photographed by Mary Ellen Mark for US Weekly, March 2000.

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Taylor Swift for Us Weekly: Inside My World

October 2010

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Taylor Swift for Us Weekly: Inside My World

October 2010

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Taylor Swift for Us Weekly: Inside My World

October 2010

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In the summer of 1997, Jennifer Aniston was promoting Picture Perfect, her first big-screen starring vehicle, and the first project she’d be launching on her name alone. PP was released on August 1st, 1997. 

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