Drake Shows Off Son Adonis’ Basketball Skills In New Video

By Mona Khalifeh, ETOnline.com. Published: 26 secs ago Adonis has some serious moves on the court! Proud dad, Drake, took to his Instagram Story Thursday to share a video of his 5-year-old son hooping it up. In the clip, the talented tot bounces two basketballs at the same time, while the 36-year-old rapper watches in […]

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Ginny and Georgia Season 2: Everything We Know

Netflix’s unorthodox mother-daughter drama Ginny and Georgia is finally speeding toward its season 2. When the show premiered in February 2021, it quickly rose to the streaming service’s Top 10 list and landed the #1 spot for 27 days, enrapturing fans as they watched the antics of Georgia (Brianne Howey) and Ginny (Antonia Gentry) transform […]

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Where to Buy Secondhand Bags (Without Getting Scammed)

The only thing better than investing in the best designer handbags is finding one at a discounted price. But, easier said than done. Luxury brands like Fendi or Louis Vuitton typically do not mark down products (in order to control brand image and value), and you’ll rarely find a Chanel bag on clearance anywhere in-store. […]

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Nick Carter ‘Thankful’ For ‘Quality Time’ With Family Weeks After Brother Aaron’s Death

By Miguel A. Melendez‍ , ETOnline.com. Published: 8 hours ago Less than a month after Aaron Carter‘s untimely death, Nick Carter celebrated Thanksgiving Day surrounded by loved ones and he said he was “thankful” for the “quality time.” The Backstreet Boys singer took to Instagram on Saturday and posted a series of photos where he’s surrounded by […]

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Everything About Jennifer Lopez’s New Album ‘This Is Me…Now’

Jennifer Lopez released her career defining album This Is Me…Then in 2002, and it appears she has been planning the sequel for the entire two decades since. The actress and musical artist has had a lot of symmetry in her life this year in comparison to that era, like reuniting with her old fiancé, Ben […]

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The Swimmers

The astonishing saga of Syrian refugee-turned-Olympic swimmer Yusra Mardini is effectively presented by writer/director Sally El Hosaini. The young life of competitive swimmer Yusra Mardini feels custom wrapped for some canny director to waltz in and produce a glossy, inspirational film about her unlikely triumph over extreme adversity. Growing up as a regular teen on […]

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