Bon Jovi cancel tour, citing ‘ongoing global pandemic’

Week in celebrity photos for April 20-24, 2020

Ben Affleck, Seraphina Affelck, Samuel Affleck and Violet Affleck are seen going for a walk in Los Angeles on April 18, 2020.

Arsenal announce first-team squad and boss Arteta have accepted 12.5 per cent pay cut to ease coronavirus shutdown cost – The Sun

ARSENAL have confirmed the first-team squad and Mikel Arteta will take a 12.5 per cent pay cut.

The North London club have been keen to reach an agreement with their players and staff to cover losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic.


Miley Cyrus Reveals She’s Not Smoking Marijuana on 4/20

Miley Cyrus posted a message on 4/20 to all of her followers.

“I won’t be smokin’ but the rest of my fam sure will be tokin’ ?Happy 4/20 y’all! ?,” Miley posted on her Instagram on Monday (April 20).

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Miley has been open about her relationship with marijuana in the past. In 2017, she revealed that she actually quit smoking marijuana.

Then, a year later, she actually started smoking weed occasionally again (find out why if you missed it.)

F1 chiefs bid for Government green light over plans to host TWO races at Silverstone amid coronavirus pandemic – The Sun

FORMULA ONE chiefs will present detailed plans to the Government in the hope of getting the green light to stage the British GP.

And their counterparts in Austria are closer to getting approval to host the start of the season.


Vanderpump Rules’ Lala Kent Says Tom Sandoval & Ariana Madix Are 'Not My Cup of Tea'

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Henry Winkler Opens Up About Being 'Lucky Enough' to Film Wes Anderson's 'The French Dispatch'

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26 Editor-Approved Dresses From Revolve That'll Inspire You to Treat Yourself

When I want a unique and stunning dress that’ll stand out, I always peruse the Revolve site. The retailer has tons of options from both popular name-tags and smaller undiscovered brands. They also all come in a variety of prices, so there’s something for every budget.

Ahead, I’ve curated a shopping guide of the most gorgeous dresses at Revolve. Though we’re staying inside right now, it’s great to invest in pieces for months down the road or future events. Let’s take a look at these lovely picks.

Man Utd will NOT meet Harry Kane’s transfer asking price… as Solskjaer thinks Marcus Rashford is just as good – The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED are not going to be spending big bucks on Harry Kane because Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes he already has a striker just as good.

It wasn’t long after Solskjaer took charge that he pulled Marcus Rashford to one side and told him the extent of the belief he had in the young striker’s ability.


Mesut Ozil, on £350k a week, one of three Arsenal stars to ‘REJECT 12.5 per cent pay cut’ amid coronavirus shutdown – The Sun

MESUT OZIL was one of three Arsenal stars to reject the club's 12.5 per cent pay cut, according to reports.

The midfielder, 31, is the highest-paid player at the Emirates on a whopping £350,000-per-week.


Celebs who became moms later in life

Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at some of the famous ladies who became first-time moms or added to their broods later in life, starting with Diane Keaton! The Oscar winner was 50 when she adopted her first child, daughter Dexter, in 1996. She was 55 when she expanded her family by adopting son Duke in 2001. Now keep reading for more!

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Christy Turlington Burns joins corona task force with top Cuomo aide

Supermodel, and founder of Every Mother Counts, Christy Turlington Burns, has joined a new COVID-19 maternity task force headed by Melissa DeRosa, secretary to the governor and chair of the New York State Council on Women and Girls.

The task force will examine the authorizing and certifying of additional dedicated birthing centers to provide mothers a safe alternative to stressed hospitals amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, a release said.

Recommendations to Gov. Andrew Cuomo are expected by the end of the week.

Bon Jovi cancel tour, citing ‘ongoing global pandemic’

Jersey rockers Bon Jovi have canceled their 2020 tour, saying “Due to the ongoing global pandemic, it is no longer feasible for Bon Jovi to tour this summer.” Ticketholders will get refunds.

The tour was set to kick off in June, but frontman Jon Bon Jovi has been helping to feed those in need at his JBJ Soul Kitchen Community Restaurant and is scheduled to appear on the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund’s “Jersey 4 Jersey Benefit Show” Wednesday.

The tour will be rescheduled, the band said.