Last week Law Roach announced after decades of playing dress up with stars like Celine Dion, Priyanka Chopra JONAS, and his forever client Zendaya he would be retiring from celebrity styling. And the world lost its damn mind in the aftermath, wondering why he would give up several checks? Many believed his decision to walk away was because of the now infamous moment when he wasn’t able to sit front row next to Zendaya at a Louis Vuitton show in Paris, a claim he has repeatedly said wasn’t true. However, Law is back again to have his “And one more thing…” moment by still talking about his retirement and the Vuitton video but digging a little deeper into exactly what happened and why he doesn’t want to swaddle the super-rich in expensive dressy clothes anymore.
Law Roach has made a career out of dressing people up like animated mannequins for the better part of the last decade. And one of his most beloved creations is the real everywhere all at once, It Girl Zendaya. But recently, Law announced he’s tried of turning dismal ducklings into beautiful swans in expensive garments and decided it was time to “retire.” And some believe his announcement is tied to an incident that took place at the Louis Vuitton show in Paris earlier this month, which potentially caused a huge rift between him and Zendaya. But Law has set the record straight that he and Zendaya will always be BFFs and he also clarified his statements about “retiring” as well.
According to Puck News, Zendaya has re-negotiated her Euphoria contract, and for the show’s upcoming third season, she will earn “close to” one million dollars an episode. Damn, just 26 years old and already making Friends final-two seasons money! For her performance as Rue, Zendaya has won a Critic’s Choice Award, a Golden Globe, and two Lead Actress in a Drama Series Emmys. And all while working in an allegedly “hellish” work environment with shooting days that can sometimes last up to 18 hours. So, good for her! And now Zendaya can give her co-star Sydney Sweeney a little loan so that Sydney can finally take that six months off! Continue reading
There are way too many outside folks who are fully invested in Tom Holland and Zendaya‘s relationship because they really want to see them get married. And by Hollywood’s standards, they both should have had at least one failed marriage by now (they’re both 26), so time’s a wastin’! But if you’re one of the TomDaya enthusiasts who are eagerly awaiting their wedding day followed by a Spiderman-themed baby shower, you’ll have to wait a bit longer. Because even though it’s been reported the two of them are about to web sling towards the altar, Zendaya’s mother, Claire Stoermer, has some terrible news for you: it ain’t happening!
Zendaya Won The Emmy For Lead Actress In A Drama Series, Making Her The Youngest Double Acting-Winner In That Category
Last night, Zendaya won the Emmy for Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her performance as Rue in the bonkers second season of Euphoria. This is the 26-year-old’s second time winning the award, which makes her the youngest evah two-time acting winner. But wait, there’s more! It’s also the first time a Black woman has won twice in that category. In her acceptance speech, Zendaya thanked her friends, family, and controversial Euphoria showrunner Sam Levinson for creating a “safe space” on set. Um, Barbie Ferriera and the actresses who felt pressured to show their boobs would like a word.
Mary J. Blige, Keanu Reeves, Zendaya, Joe Rogan And Kris Jenner All Made The Time 100 List Of The World’s Most Influential People
Last year Prince Harry and Meghan Markle graced the cover of Time Magazine’s annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world and since then, have done jack shit in the way of influence. They were featured in the Icons section, but those tricks can’t even launch an Instagram page let alone a revolution. So Time gave them the year off to get their shit together and Mary J. Blige has taken their place as the face of the Time 100’s Icons section. Mary shares the honor with Issa Rae, Keanu Reeves, Jon Batiste, and Adele plus a couple of people who actually worked for the accolade. And because you can’t even get the “Uh” out of Adele without James Corden popping up out of nowhere like a singing telegram sent by the devil himself, James wrote Adele’s intro and used it as an excuse to brag about her “singing in the kitchen, or belting at the top of her voice solely to make [his] children laugh.” It’s like, we get it, James, she’s your bestie. But if she’s so influential, then explain what happened to your career?