Like mother, like daughter!
Proud mama Jessica Simpson shared an adorable split-shot via Instagram Wednesday. Both sporting oversized shades, the singer-actress, 33, and her daughter Maxwell, 21 months, were all smiles in the sweet selfie.
Last week, the Fashion Star mentor, 33, shared some more family photos via social media, including her 8-month-old son Ace Knute.
“As a mom, I just have this confidence,” Jessica told GMA last month. “I just feel so proud of what I’ve done and what I’ve accomplished.”
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Source: Jessica Simpson & Maxwell: Made In The Shade
Our four-part television event, The Tanning Of America: One Nation Under Hip Hop, concludes tonight at 11 PM ET. We’ve spent this week catching up with some of the most influential people in media to find out how hip hop changed their lives, and extend the conversation that’s been sparked by the program. We already heard from Joe La Puma of Complex Media, Rafi D’Angelo of SoLetsTalkAbout.com, Hot 97′s Miss Info, MTV’s Rob Markman, and REVOLT TV’s Sharon Carpenter. Now it’s time to discuss the culture’s impact with downtown NYC strategy director Grace Gordon.
Grace Gordon’s job is, in simplest terms, to make companies look cool. That involves being touch with what’s happening in pop culture, and, as we know, a lot of that stems directly from hip-hop. We sat down with Gordon to talk about how the genre influences her daily life, what artists made the strongest impressions on her, and more. Hailing from Australia and thriving in the Big Apple, Gordon’s an example of The Tanning of America in full effect. Watch our video for her full story.
Airing February 24-27 at 11 PM ET each night, The Tanning of America takes a look at how hip hop has completely shifted the landscape of American culture. Tune in tonight for the final installment!
Source: Hip Hop Changed Us: Grace Gordon Discusses The Tanning Of America
Every year, there are always one or two Oscars snubs (and upsets) that really hurt. In years past, it was Argo‘s Ben Affleck not getting nominated for Best Director, Sidney Poitier for In the Heat of the Night, or Jimmy Stewart’s emotional turn in Vertigo. This year, it was Oprah Winfrey‘s riveting performance in Lee Daniels’ The Butler. Say what you will about the film, but there was no discounting Winfrey’s turn as Gloria Gaines. She carried the film but, sadly, could not do enough to earn the movie a single nomination at this year’s Academy Awards.
But that’s where we come in. With Oprah out for The Butler, we decided to recast her in several of this year’s Oscar-nominated films. Damn the Academy! If they don’t want to recognize her for that role, then we’ll put in everything and see if they can get away with it. Because let’s face it: Every movie is made better with Oprah in it.
That’s right, Sandra Bullock is no longer an astronaut trapped in space. We have Oprah to propel us back to Earth as she yells, “Give me more Oxygennnnnnnnnnnnnn Net-work!”
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Source: 10 Oscar-Nominated Films Recast With Oprah Winfrey