Seems like things are steamier than even between Devin Booker and Kendall Jenner. On Thursday, Jan. 21, the Phoenix Sun player shared an Instagram post of the model in a bikini lying next to a pool of water to his Instagram Story. He caption the photo "Whew" along with a panting emoji. While the attractive pair hasn't publicly spoken out about their relationship, they've definitely been dropping very obvious hints that something may be brewing. They were first spotted together early last year in Arizona and then again in May on Memorial Day. Back in August, the stars were seen with Kylie Jenner during a night out at Nobu in Malibu, Calif. A few days later, an eyewitness saw the two casually running errands and hopping into Booker's car. "They were just out running errands," the eyewitness explained at the time. "It was a very casual outing, but it seems they are spending more time together for sure and getting closer."
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Halliwell had performed in Helsinki with the group but then was absent when the Spice Girls returned to the U.K. for an appearance on The National Lottery. "Unfortunately Geri's not very well tonight," Mel C, then known as Sporty Spice, told the audience. "Get will soon, Geri!" she added, pointing at the camera. Geri, meanwhile, had retreated to her brother's house in France to lie low. The girls flew on to Oslo without her and, on May 31, 1998, they announced that Geri had left the group, citing "differences between us." Obviously whenever someone leaves a good gig like that, rumors fly, and stories of tensions with other members of the group tend to soar the highest. In Halliwell's case, talk of a power struggle with Brown was the most prevalent tale. Meanwhile, Geri thought she had made her intentions clear before she actually left. "Everyone had their theories," Beckham, the erstwhile Posh Spice, wrote in her 2001 book Learning to Fly. "That there had been some great row on the flight back from Helsinki. That we'd been hitting each other. The truth is that we'd all really had a laugh on that flight back... We didn't know [why she took off]. Why she said that I have no idea; perhaps because it made her look better, because otherwise it was like admitting she had left us in the lurch. Which, of course, was exactly what she did. Geri Halliwell had left us totally in the lurch." "It was mad," wrote Mel B in Catch a Fire. "We didn't have a spare moment to absorb what had happened. We just had to get on with things."
Dr. Jill Biden honored each state in the USA with a creative dress for husband President Joe Biden's inauguration celebration. On Jan. 20, President Biden was officially sworn in as the nation's 46th president, making Dr. Biden the First Lady. The event included performances from stars like Garth Brooks, Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez, and was followed by the Tom Hanks-hosted televised event, Celebrating America. While the internet adored Bernie Sanders casual-and-cozy winter coat and mittens that nodded to his home state of Vermont, Dr. Biden's dress during the Celebrating America special was the real showstopper. Dr. Biden wore an ivory coat and matching dress, which was custom-designed by Gabriela Hearst. As it turns out, the dress offered special meaning for the First Lady: According to a press release from Hearst's design house, federal flowers from every state and territory of the United States were embroidered into the gown.
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Starting tonight on USA, fans can get to know Hartley and his over-the-top personality on The Rev. "Long story short, I've been told that I'm very eccentric and over-the-top and out of this world. Now I don't see it, but other people do," he told E!. While he hasn't spent years watching other famous families on reality TV, he is a huge fan of one other familiar face on the USA network. "I did watch Chrisley Knows Best, not for Todd Chrisley but I'm in love with Nanny Faye," he revealed. "She can get it. When I meet her it's going to be on. It's going to be The Rev and Nanny Faye. I just think she's a character...I'm crushing on her." The Rev airs Thursdays at 10:30 p.m. on USA. (E! and USA are both part of the NBCUniversal family)
These days, there’s a reality competition show for just about everything, from baking to fashion to pottery. But Netflix’s Blown Away—in which expert glassblowers compete for prizes including a residency at the Corning Museum of Glass in upstate New York—is especially worth a watch. There are no amateurs in sight, and watching the contestants work with delicate materials in high temperatures is especially riveting. Plus, the end results are beautiful. Season two of the show will premiere on the streaming service on January 22, and that same day, the Corning Museum will launch an exhibition featuring one piece from each of the 10 contestants, who hail from around the world. One is Andi Kovel, whose Esque Studio (with partner Justin Parker) was named to Time magazine’s Design 100 and has created light fixtures and glass pieces for interior designers Lenny Kravitz and Kelly Wearstler. Gathering of Molecules by Nao Yamamoto will be one of the pieces on display. Courtesy of Netflix Art professor Katherine Gray will return to the show as the resident evaluator, with YouTube and TikTok star Nick Uhas as the host. The trailer for season two reveals that none other than Queer Eye interior designer Bobby Berk will appear as a guest judge, as will season one contestant Alexander Rosenberg and winner Deborah Czeresko. Host Nick Uhas, resident judge Katherine Gray, and guest judge Bobby Berk on the set of Blown Away. Photo: david leyes The museum is heavily involved with the show, from the exhibit to the grand prize residency to the appearance of its Hot Glass Demo Team and of former museum senior director Rob Cassetti on the final episode. (The demo team will serve as assistants, while Cassetti will be a guest evaluator.) Season one winner Deborah Czeresko (center, with judge Katherine Gray and host Nick Uhas) returns as a guest judge this season. Photo: Netflix “Glass as a material keeps giving,” said Cassetti, who retired from his position in October. “I didn’t know that at 20 years old when I walked into a glass factory and stood under the furnace watching the molten glass drip—feeling the electric energy—that I’d end up trying to chase that magic for my career, but it’s been a beautiful chase. And it doesn’t end. I felt it when I stood on the set of Blown Away. That shiver-down-your-spine excitement is still there.”
Newly sworn in President Joe Biden starts work with his loved ones, including late son Beau Biden, watching over him. He has already redecorated the Oval Office and behind his Resolute Desk is a narrow table on which rest several framed family photographs, including some showing Beau prominently. Joseph Robinette "Beau" Biden III was a military veteran who served a year-long tour in Iraq and was a two-term Delaware attorney general before he died of brain cancer in 2015 at age 46. One of the photos resting on the table was taken in 2009 and shows Beau carrying his son Robert Biden, the youngest of his two children, on his shoulders at a welcome home ceremony or members of the Delaware Army National Guard 261st Signal Brigade. Beau was the eldest of three children from his father's first marriage to late wife Neilia Hunter Biden. She died in a 1972 car accident that also killed her and Joe's 13-month-old daughter Naomi Biden and critically injured Beau and his brother Hunter Biden.
Not only are the My Feet Are Killing Me doctors willing to listen to their patients, they're also ready to tackle these cases in the O.R. However, Dr. Vincent warns, "When you're doing surgery on a foot, you never know what surprises may come about." Moments to look out for in the exclusive footage include broken bones, temperamental tools and a patient waking up mid-surgery. Still, per Dr. Schaeffer, they'll "do whatever it takes to get the job done." If you aren't squeamish, catch the new supertease above!