Rose heeft afgelopen juli op de cover gestaan van het Franse tijdschrift Nylon, met een nieuwe fotoshoot. Lees hier het bijbehorende (Franse) interview.
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Kaley heeft haar eigen merk miliuebewust hondenvoer en accessoires gelanceerd in oktober. Het bedrijf Oh Norman is vernoemd naar haar overleden hond.
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Madeleine Mantock stars in the leading role in London’s West End stage Royal Shakespeare Company adaptation of Maggie O’Farrell’s best-selling 2020 novel HAMNET, having opened at The Garrick on the 30 September 2023. Madeleine makes her RSC debut as the world-renowned playwright’s wife ‘Agnes Hathaway’ in the story that puts ‘Shakespeare’s wife in the spotlight at last’ (New York Times). Adapted by award-winning playwright Lolita Chakrabati (Life of Pi) this re-telling centres on the untimely death of their only son and reimagines the toll that that death would have on their family and how that may have gone on to inspire one of the greatest plays of all time, Hamlet.
Recently enjoying a sold-out run in Shakespeare’s home town of Stratford-Upon-Avon, following the world premiere press night, Madeleine was cited as ‘outstanding’ (The Times), exuding ‘a compelling composure and air of otherworldliness as the seer-like Agnes’ and ‘with a serene and stoical grace’ (The New York Times).
Here Madeleine explains what drew her to the role and gives an insight into her beauty secrets.
What initially drew you to play Agnes Hathaway?
I knew how much of a challenge it would be to try to live that story eight times a week and wanted to see if I had it in me.
What is the biggest difference between HAMNET the play and the novel by Maggie O’Farrell?
Lolita Chakrabarti’s adaption is told in a more linear timeline than Maggie’s novel. But we’ve kept the essence of the story and if you’re a fan of the novel you’ll definitely see, on stage, the characters you discovered on the page.
Did it feel special to start your Hamnet journey in Stratford-Upon-Avon, Agnes’ hometown?
It did. Stratford seemed like a real shrine to William Shakespeare and so it felt exciting to be shining a light on the rest of his family in their hometown.
How do you relate to Agnes?
One thing I love about playing Agnes is that the story spans such a huge chunk of her life. We see her struggling to blossom as a young woman, falling in love, marriage, motherhood, grief and freedom. There’s something for everyone to relate to.
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veryone knows the story of Hamlet. But few know the inspiration. Shakespeare had three children with his wife Anne Hathaway. The eldest, a girl named Susanna. The later two, twins, named Judith and Hamnet. In the summer of 1596, Hamnet died tragically at the age of eleven. In a fever of grief, four years later, Shakespeare bore the words of Hamlet. He flipped the script and told the story of a son haunted by the death of his father, all the while he was the father haunted by the death of his son. Maggie O’Farrell fills in the blanks of that real story with her award-winning novel Hamnet.
Now that story can be lived through thanks to the adaptation by Lolita Chakrabarti, the woman who most recently wrote the stage script for Life of Pi. It’s being transferred to the West End after just four months in Stratford: Hamnet is a hit before opening night.
A story told over a period of 20 years, the show has all the staples of a play written by the bard himself. There’s mystery and magic, a forbidden love story, and a tragedy all too heavy to bear. But don’t let the title fool you. Hamnet is its name, and Shakespeare walks the stage, but the spotlight falls on his wife, Agnes Hathaway. (A name change taken by creative liberties of O’Farrell)
The woman at the edge of the forest, Agnes has the ability to look at a person and see right through to their soul. She is played by Madeleine Mantock, a woman not unfamiliar with magical roles – most recently, a witch in the Charmed reboot. We sat down with the star of the show to discuss how she went from competitive disco dancing to taking centre stage in the theatrical event of the year.
What made you want to perform?
Where I grew up there was no theatre. Then a man called Jordi Guitart came to my dance school to do a dance masterclass. He had all this knowledge and all this essence; I wanted to be like him. I remember being told, “You don’t really get to do it. It’s too difficult, it’s too competitive.” I was like, “Well, I will. Even if it was 10% or 5%, I will be part of the 5%.” I’ve kept that obnoxious drive since.
What happens next after this discovery? Do you find theatre or keep dancing?
It was still only dancing at that point. I used to be a competitive freestyle disco dancer, which is quite niche. It’s like if you brought Strictly Ballroom into this century. You are spray tanned within an inch of your life. Your hair is scraped onto your head, and you curl it so you have this poof there. You’re wearing Swarovski crystals, crazy cat-eye makeup. You almost look like a peacock. You have this insane neon costume, which is bejewelled.
You go to a regional leisure centre, and there are different judges placed around the room in a rectangle. There will be 20 of you in a heat, which is like a round, and you strut onto the floor and they play any random music and you just dance to it in a square.
That’s one heat. If you make it past that round, you do it again. By the final, you come on from the side doing tricks and flips and you dance forwards in a line. It’s a whole day, it’s a massive, massive industry. It’s very niche but the BBC made a documentary about it.
How do you make your way to ArtsEd?
It wasn’t easy. But I wasn’t afraid to ask for help. When I was trying to get to school, I had to find a way to pay for it. When I was 18, school bills were ten and a half grand. At the time, regular university was three grand for a year. For a specialist course, that’s the difference you needed to pay.
I was writing to people, I made my own kind of pamphlet. I ended up having seven or eight people who had given money to help me get onto my course. I used to write them update letters about what I was getting up to at school, and what we were doing.
My school had quite a lot of opportunities to go and be a chorus for big events. We performed at the BBC Proms, we did a Sondheim birthday celebration. I used to tell the people helping me, “I’m really doing this. This is what your help is doing.”
Who were the people that ended up helping?
One of them was a local councillor, Rod Kempster. I had written to him and asked for help. He was the person who said yes and signed the cheque. You have to build a personal connection with someone. You have to convince them that you can do this.
When I went to ArtsEd, and I saw the other students, I knew it was where I was meant to go. But I didn’t get in. You’re not allowed to re-apply in the same year; you’re supposed to wait a year. But because I was so on it, I had auditioned first day of that cycle. So I wrote to them and said, ‘Please, can I try again?’
You’re a lady of letters…
Yes! They weren’t sure my singing was strong enough. But I said to them, ‘If you’re supposed to be the best school for musical theatre then you should be able to teach me.’ And then the head of music Dane Preece let me in! I was really tenacious. I really thought I was supposed to go there.
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“I don’t think I’m going to be single forever,” the ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ actress tells PEOPLE in its latest cover story
At any given chance, Shannen Doherty finds a sense of hope and possibility.
During her PEOPLE cover shoot a few days before Thanksgiving, the Beverly Hills, 90210 and Charmed alum, 52, says she recently realized that she’s ready to find love again.
“I was not ready at all before three weeks ago,” she admits candidly. “And something happens. There’s always a trigger, just a moment that you have, somebody says something to you, your ex says one thing to you and you’re like, ‘Okay, yeah, I’m good. I’m good.’ I have closure and I can move on in a really healthy way.”
Asked what that future relationship looks like, Doherty admits she doesn’t know.
“I have a best friend, a male best friend who we joke that we’re married,” she added. “I don’t know if it’s that or if it’s stumbling upon somebody and just feeling an instant connection. I’m open, and I wasn’t [before].”
She continues, “I don’t think I’m going to be single forever. I have to love myself and reckon with the past, really, before I can move forward, and now I’m pretty sure I’ll meet somebody — hopefully soon.”
After 11 years of marriage, Doherty split from her third husband Kurt Iswarienko in April. (The couple separated in January and cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason in their divorce filing.)
Although she says she spent a lot of “good years” with him, Doherty — who was previously married to Rick Salomon from 2002 to 2003 and Ashley Hamilton from 1993 to 1994 — is ready to move on from her past.
“Listen, Elizabeth Taylor still has me beat as far as husbands and divorces, so I’m good. I’m not there yet, so there’s no reason to be negative about it. S— happens,” she says of her breakup.
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Shannen Doherty Files for Divorce from Husband of 11 Years Kurt Iswarienko
The actress has spent the last few years undergoing treatment for Stage 4 breast cancer. She will be discussing her relationships — as well as her career and her cancer journey — in her upcoming live memoir-style podcast, Let’s Be Clear with Shannen Doherty, premiering Dec. 6.
From the moment she was diagnosed in 2015, she admits it was terrifying for her. “It was definitely one of those moments where you wonder if you’re going to make it at all, but it’s also where you learn the most about yourself because you have to really dig deep and gather the strength to face it head on and keep marching forward,” she says.
For her, that strength comes from her family and loved ones, and the star says she’s also open to the idea of motherhood.
“I would love nothing more than to be a mom,” she says. “I always wanted it, and I think if I did it with my best friend or a partner, then I don’t know any amount of time…”
She pauses a moment, then continues. “I look at kids who don’t have parents at all — any amount of time [with a parent] is better than nothing. I vacillate. I’m biding my time, but in the meantime, I’ve got my brother’s seven kids and my best friend’s kids, who I kind of view as my children.”
Although Doherty acknowledges she’s suffered some periods of feeling depressed, she remains hopeful for life and love.
“Things have not been exactly easy and smooth. They’ve been really challenging at times, and it’s hard to find yourself suddenly single in your 50s, and with Stage 4 cancer. That’s a hard one,” she admits. “And that was super depressing for a while now, but eventually you turn a corner.”
Shannen Doherty’s New Podcast Will Explore Cancer, Love and More: ‘A Memoir of the Past, Present and Future’ (Exclusive)
Now Doherty is welcoming what may come with open arms. “I didn’t want to jump into anything and not have it all sorted in my head because then I’m no good to another person at that point,” she says. “Now I’m ready.”
For more on Shannen Doherty’s cancer journey and how she’s finding moments of joy amid her diagnosis, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.
Kaley staat op de april 2022 cover van Glamour, outakes van de fotoshoot staan in de galerij!
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Kaley Cuoco was living her best life last year—at least according to fans of the former Big Bang Theory star, who watched the 36-year-old soar to new heights with her Emmy-nominated role on The Flight Attendant. But the reality for one of TV’s highest paid actors wasn’t as simple as it looked. After navigating a public divorce and realizing the potential downsides of an intense work ethic, Cuoco is setting a new path for herself.
It’s been almost three years since The Big Bang Theory—the CBS sitcom that made Kaley Cuoco one of the richest women in television—wrapped up its 12-year run, but in some ways it feels like a lifetime ago. Since then Cuoco has found herself busier than ever thanks to her captivating performance as flight attendant Cassie Bowden, a young woman with a drinking problem and a penchant for finding herself in sticky situations, on HBO Max’s comedy thriller The Flight Attendant.
In its first season, the series—based on the New York Times best-selling novel by Chris Bohjalian—became the streaming service’s number one show during its run. It went on to receive nine Emmy nominations in total for season one and earned Cuoco, a 30-year industry vet who executive-produces the series, her first Emmy nomination for lead actress in a comedy series, as well as placement on some of Hollywood’s most prominent lists, from The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Power 100 to one of Variety500’s 2021 honorees.
And from the moment Cuoco wrapped season one of The Flight Attendant to when she began filming season two last September, the 36-year-old has acted in two films—this summer’s Man From Toronto, opposite Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson, as well as Meet Cute with Pete Davidson. She has also optioned the rights to two more projects through Yes, Norman Productions, the production company she started in 2017. Those include A Season With Mom, based on the book about a mother and daughter’s baseball-loving bond, and an upcoming limited series on Hollywood golden-era legend Doris Day, based on A.E. Hotchner’s 1976 biography, Doris Day: Her Own Story.
Cuoco has always been a bankable star; even before charming audiences with her sarcastic, witty portrayal of Penny on Big Bang, there was her role as John Ritter’s daughter on ABC’s 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, plus a 22-episode stint on the WB’s Charmed. But it’s The Flight Attendant that has given her a certain cachet that until now has been fairly elusive.
Sarah staat op de cover van Modeliste Magazine met een nieuwe fotoshoot door Sarah Krick.
Timeless yet on-trend, effortlessly cool yet classic, and perfectly relatable are the words that instantly come to describe singer, actress and all-around It Girl, Sarah Jeffery. Upon meeting her, she conveys an enviable aesthetic that engages everyone in the room. Sarah has continued to make waves in Hollywood with her string of exciting roles as Audrey, the daughter of Princess Aurora in Disney’s Descendants franchise, and the lead role of Maggie Vera on the CW series, Charmed. With her second single, SUFFER, currently out and available on all platforms, Sarah continues to serve as inspiration for girls and women the world over. In celebration of her latest single release, Modeliste had the opportunity to sit down and hear about Sarah’s upcoming projects, how she’s currently spending her days, and what her favorite beauty hacks are. To find out, read on for the full interview.
Where were you born?
I was born in Vancouver B.C!
Where are you currently living?
I currently split my time between Vancouver, where I shoot Charmed, and LA, where I spend my time when I’m not shooting.
What’s your favorite thing to do in Vancouver and LA when you’re not working?
My favorite thing to do in Vancouver is hang out with my family and spend time in nature. I also love skiing during the winter! In LA, I spend a lot of my time having dinners and beach days with my friends. Wherever I am, I always have a book with me.
Shannen heeft een interview gehad met Variety!
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After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015, Shannen Doherty meticulously documented every step of her treatment on Instagram, from shaving her head to the horrors of chemo — and eventually her remission in April 2017. The actor, best known for “Beverly Hills, 90210,” “Heathers” and “Charmed,” would post multiple times each week, also peppering her feed with her workouts, dinners with friends and family and — one of Doherty’s passions — images of dogs in urgent need of adoption. “At that time, I think I needed it,” she says now about chronicling her treatment. And having been a fixture in the tabloids for decades, Doherty wanted to be in control of the narrative: “I wanted to own my life. It’s my life!” The social engagement carried her through, especially as other people shared their own stories in her Instagram comments. “It was empowering,” she says.
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Doherty’s cancer recurred in early winter 2019, and is now metastatic Stage 4 cancer. She can be treated but not cured; she’s living with this disease for the rest of her life. And right now, on Instagram, though she still posts once or twice a week, she’s very much not detailing what this experience has been like. “I’m in a hermit phase?” Doherty says with a laugh, using upspeak. “I’m sort of taking all that energy and giving it to myself at the moment.”
What she’s concentrating on is not only working, but proving to Hollywood that people with cancer can work. “The best example that I can continue to set for other people with cancer, and to the outside world who doesn’t have cancer,” Doherty says, “is to show them what a cancer patient looks like. We are employable.
“So for me, I’m just trying to live the best I can, to be the best example at this moment.”
And she’s doing just that. Doherty, who turned 50 in April, filmed three movies back to back this year. Two of them will air during the same weekend — on Oct. 9 and 10 — on Lifetime. The first, “Dying to Belong,” is a remake of a 1997 TV movie (with Hilary Swank) about the dangers of sorority hazing, and it is archetypal Lifetime: an issues-oriented examination of a tragedy that also manages to entertain. In it, Doherty plays the mother of the girl who’s been hazed to death; she won’t accept the university’s account of the events, and turns investigator with the help of her daughter’s best friend. The second movie, “List of a Lifetime,” is about a woman (Kelly Hu) who’s been diagnosed with breast cancer, and gets in touch with the adult daughter she’d placed for adoption to tell her she may have the BRCA gene. Doherty plays the young woman’s adoptive mother, who at first is less than enthused about the intrusion — but comes around. The third project, a Bruce Willis action extravaganza called “The Fortress,” will be released next year in theaters.
Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the creative team behind “List of a Lifetime” was “tossing names around” with the network about who might direct the special content that would air after the film. Doherty, who has directing experience, including three episodes of “Charmed,” volunteered. Lifetime agreed, and Doherty’s call to action — featuring herself and her co-stars, and shot in an empty warehouse — will accompany the movie.
Kaley heeft een interview gehad met W Magazine op te praten over haar Emmy nominatie voor The Flight Attendant.
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For W’s second annual TV Portfolio, we asked 26 of the most sought-after names in television to pay homage to their favorite small screen characters by stepping into their shoes.
After three decades in Hollywood, and breaking out on sitcoms like 8 Simple Rules and The Big Bang Theory, Kaley Cuoco is ready to take flight for the next phase of her career: starring in The Flight Attendant as Cassie Bowden, the alcoholic, accidental gumshoe embroiled in an international mystery. The HBO Max series is so much more than a fizzy, flippant spectacle about a catty jet-setting crew—it’s a dark and dizzying puzzle that escorts the viewer from destination to destination, as the titular flight attendant attempts to solve the mystery of why she woke up in a very expensive Bangkok hotel room with her murdered one-night stand lying next to her.
The show is a compelling whodunit, thanks to the charming performance given by Cuoco, who, after starring in nearly 300 episodes of the syndicated sitcom The Big Bang Theory, finally received her first Emmy nomination, for leading The Flight Attendant. In fact, if it wasn’t for Cuoco’s absentmindedly looking through Amazon’s list of upcoming book releases several years ago, the show might not have happened at all (Cuoco serves as executive producer on the project, and she’s the one who optioned it for television). For W’s annual TV Portfolio, the actress opened up about her first Emmy nomination, being an original Bachelor Nation fan, and bringing some much-needed comedy to an otherwise very gloomy mystery on television.
What was going through your mind the moment you received your Emmy nomination for The Flight Attendant?
You know, it’s really wild. I’ve been doing this for 30 years, and I’ve never had a moment like that. I love being an actor. Simply put, I’ve never known another life. I’ve never had another job. There are so many good actors that don’t get any recognition. And you work and you work and you work. Then all of a sudden, you get this little gift and this little icing on top of this really massive cake that you don’t even deserve anyway. I never, ever thought I would be Emmy nominated, and I’ve always been so happy with what I’ve done, so this is just an absolute gift.
“This has been the honor of my career,” the actress says of her Emmy-nominated role in the HBO Max series
For Kaley Cuoco, receiving an Emmy nomination for her role in The Flight Attendant was icing on the cake.
“This has been the honor of my career,” Cuoco, who also produced the HBO Max hit, tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue. “When the announcements came out, my heart swelled. But I feel like I’ve already won.” In the show, based on a 2018 novel, Cuoco plays the titular character, an unstable flight attendant entangled in a murder. Tackling the producing aspect was somewhat uncharted territory for the star. “I had never made a show,” says Cuoco, 35. “I was like, ‘I don’t even know how people do this!’ And I didn’t realize, until this show, how many people are involved in getting this thing off the ground.”
Cuoco recalls a key moment on set when she realized her vision was becoming a reality. “I begged Rosie Perez to play Megan,” she says of her costar. “And eventually, I got her on board. A few months later, we had our first scene together in the galley and I looked over at her and my eyes started to well up.” “She’s like, ‘What’s the matter with you?’ And I said, ‘Do you understand this is like a child with her mood board?'” she continues. “I’d been involved in the whole thing, and it was a dream literally coming true in front of my eyes.”
She has also learned valuable lessons in the production process. “I asked a lot of questions,” she says. “You have to learn you’re not the smartest person in the room. I was a little fish in a big sea! It was a really humbling experience, but it also gave me a sense of bravery.” Ultimately, “I trust my gut,” says Cuoco. “It doesn’t mean I’m always right. But in all aspects of myself, it’s black and white, no gray. I go all or nothing!”
The 73rd Emmy Awards will air live on Sep. 19 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on CBS, and will be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.
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Kaley heeft een interview en fotoshoot gehad met WWD Magazine.
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Starring on “The Big Bang Theory” for 12 seasons made Kaley Cuoco one of the most well-paid TV actors in Hollywood history. But it was just the beginning for her it turns out.
By Leigh Nordstrom on June 9, 2021
Britney Spears is playing overhead, declaring that she just wants to dance with you, as Kaley Cuoco moves through her backyard in Givenchy, The Row, Jil Sander. A professional actor for some 30 years now, Cuoco is no stranger to a fancy dress. But today’s selection of minimalism, stripped down of all the hype, is a newer look for the 35-year-old, one she seems to be quite at home in, if her comfort in pulling off said wardrobe is any indication.
It’s fitting, of course, for a woman at the center of her own reinvention in the eyes of Hollywood, one from girl-next-door sitcom star to bona fide producer, award nominee and star of a dark HBO drama. Gimme gimme more, indeed.
Starring on “The Big Bang Theory” made Cuoco one of the most successful actors in Hollywood — her 12-season run made her one of the highest-paid actors in the history of TV, with the cast each bringing in $1 million an episode from seasons eight through 12 — but it also confined her to a very specific type of sitcom audience. She had no idea where she would go next after “Big Bang,” but something told her that if she wanted to pivot, she would have to go out and create it for herself.
Which is exactly what she did with a little show called “The Flight Attendant,” which she discovered browsing the internet one late night and which turned into a hit HBO Max series she starred in, executive produced, and for which she was subsequently nominated for two Golden Globes. Emmys, it’s your move.
Kaley Cuoco on Producing ‘The Flight Attendant’
“I think people were interested in the fact that I built this from the ground-up, that this was my project from the beginning,” Cuoco says of being seen in a new light since the show came out. “I think that got a lot of people’s attention and they respected that. They accepted the tone, they accepted this new path for me. But I do believe that them hearing my story over the last few years of how I got the book and how I got this thing going, I felt like I earned a lot of, I don’t know, there was this mutual respect between me and other actors and my fans. It was just, it was incredibly nice and I felt like I had this warm welcome into a whole new career that I didn’t even know was there.”
When “The Big Bang Theory” ended in 2019, Cuoco was advised to take the summer off and relax a bit, which was the one thing she knew she did not want to do.
Kaley heeft een interview en fotoshoot gehad met Backstage Magazine.
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Though she’s scaling new career heights with “The Flight Attendant,” the actor-producer has only ever wanted to do one thing: work
Since “The Flight Attendant” became HBO Max’s runaway hit late last year—one of the then-nascent streaming platform’s first—there’s been a certain narrative about its star and executive producer, Kaley Cuoco: that she “came out of nowhere.”
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Cuoco, who has been working professionally since the age of 5, finds this hilarious; she understands, though, how the story took form. “There was never a moment where I got tossed to the wolves, where I was like, ‘Oh, my God, I’m famous!’ ” Cuoco says, video chatting from her Los Angeles home. “I’ve been on this slight uphill trajectory my whole career, just slowly working, working, working. I was always kind of here.”
And she’s right. Having appeared on various television series throughout the 1990s and early aughts, she had amassed 25 IMDb credits by the time she landed her first true “break” in 2002 on the three-season comedy “8 Simple Rules.”
Being on sets from a young age, Cuoco posits, was a more useful education than any traditional acting class. “I took a few [classes] when I was very, very young, and it just was not for me,” she remembers. “The whole school of it was just being lucky enough to be on sets and being around adults at a young age, and having a time when I had to be at work and when I had to be quiet [and] memorize my lines. And going to the parties and the premieres—those were my proms.”
But the real reason the “overnight sensation” moniker is such an absurd one to pin on Cuoco, of course, lies in the fact that she spent 12 seasons starring on one of the biggest comedies of its time, “The Big Bang Theory.” The CBS sitcom from creator Chuck Lorre concluded in 2019 and made Cuoco one of the highest-paid television stars to date, a kind of success too absurd to even dream of.
Ik heb enkele nieuwe fotoshoots toegevoegd van Rose die nog niet in de galerij stonden.
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Ik heb enkele nieuwe fotoshoots en outtakes toegevoegd van Kaley. Zo heeft ze voor het goede doel EMBRF een ketting ontworpen samen met Raven Fine Jewelers, en heeft ze een nieuwe fotoshoot en interview gehad met Variety.
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