If Amelia Earhart crashed her plane onto an island ruled by a cult who considers Missy Elliott their God and they took her falling from the sky as a sign and declared her as their Pontiff, this is what she would look like.
Men have a very narrow window in which they can get a fair shake in life. They’re at the peak of their powers between the ages 40 and 60. Any man below the age of 40 isn’t taken seriously, and sadly, any man over the age of 60 is practically invisible. It’s not fair, and it’s not right, but it just is. And has been for centuries. Well, one man is saying no more!
The last season of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars aired less than eight months ago, but you can’t underestimate RuPaul’s ability to click-clack make that VH1 money. And the cast for the fourth season of All Stars was announced today (or reminded, if you spend a lot of time talking queens on Reddit) by Entertainment Weekly.
That’s either the look of unconditional love and patience, or two people who could power a small town on the energy from their pent-up horniness. In Michelle Williams’ case, it could very well be both.
I had always assumed, naively perhaps, that as celestial creatures, angels were immortal. According to People, that is untrue! Angels do age and instead of living for centuries, as art, literature, and the bible might suggest, the average lifespan of an Angel is just shy of 40 years. After that, they have to give up their wings and live the rest of their miserable lives as mere mortals. One such Angel on the precipice of losing her divinity as a Victoria’s Secret Angel is Adriana Lima. She’s made the brave choice to retire at the age of 37, after 20 years and 18 VS fashion shows.
Those Twilight films are thankfully no longer extremely popular and we no longer are exposed to watching people with questionable mental stability freak the fuck out over trailers or the actor’s personal lives or whatever. But, the 10-year anniversary of the first film is coming up, and so the director of the movie, Catherine Hardwicke, spoke with The Daily Beast about making the first movie and spilled some tea about the creation of the film. Namely: that it could have been more diverse.