This YouTuber’s free nudie marketing campaign could also be in opposition to US electoral legislation.
In an effort to get out the vote final month, social media star Tana Mongeau supplied to ship her followers bare photos in alternate for proof they voted for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
“if u ship me proof u voted for Biden I’ll ship you a nude at no cost,” Mongeau, 22, tweeted to her 2.four million Twitter followers in a now-deleted publish on Wednesday, Sept. 30, alongside together with her OnlyFans account hyperlink, the hashtag #bootyforbiden and three rows of white hearts.
The blonde bombshell later posted an replace on her Instagram that includes a picture of Biden’s head imposed over her bikini’d physique. “replace #bootyforbiden broke tana uncensored. like to see so many ppl who need change as badly as i do. u don’t want my ass to know what’s proper for America so go VOTE! immediately was enjoyable, ily,” she captioned the image.
Shortly thereafter, TMZ reported, she quickly misplaced the verification mark on her YouTube channel, the place she has over 5.four million subscribers. The verification mark has since been restored, however TMZ speculated that her bootylicious marketing campaign might have been guilty for the transient elimination, because it doubtlessly violated electoral legislation.
Vote-buying, the outlet wrote, is a felony underneath federal legislation, and Mongeau “was arguably committing a criminal offense” by providing nudies in alternate for voter proof.
“After all, her lack of YT verification might additionally simply be a technicality over her current title change” following her breakup with fellow YouTuber Jake Paul, TMZ acknowledged.
Beforehand within the pandemic, Mongeau made headlines for opening up about her battle with despair and dependancy and, extra just lately, for sporting a bikini and a face masks to the grocery retailer.
“Vibing,” the social media sensation captioned a video of herself and good friend Ashley Schwan purchasing, her face coated however her physique uncovered.
Who is Lucas Bravo, the hot chef from ‘Emily in Paris’?
Forget the pop culture trend of the “Hot Priest” — it’s time for the “Hot Chef.”
French actor and model Lucas Bravo, 32, is taking the world by storm in Netflix hit “Emily In Paris.”
But before landing the role in the popular new show that follows Emily (Lily Collins), an American hired by a French marketing firm, Bravo had a markedly different look — including long hair and a beard that made him look more like an extra on “Game of Thrones.”
“Wow, I love the long hair!” some fans raved on his old Instagram photos.
English-speaking audiences would be forgiven for not recognizing the hunky chef, as Bravo has mostly starred in French shows and movies prior to his breakout Netflix hit. Aside from acting, he’s also really worked as a sous-chef for a Japanese-French fusion restaurant, just like his “Emily” character Gabriel.
“I was a sous-chef in a restaurant a few years ago,” he told Vulture. “So I have some cooking skills. But you know, we did some kind of cook-off competition…to promote the show, and I completely burned my omelet and cut my finger off, so I’m trying not to brag about my cooking skills anymore.”
French audiences criticized the show for depicting too many cliches, but Bravo defended it in an interview with Cosmopolitan. Critics “didn’t understand that it’s just one vision,” he said. “They’re like, ‘Oh, this is not what Paris is.’ Of course. Paris is many things.”
He currently resides in Paris, and yes, he’s aware that people think he resembles a French Armie Hammer. “I’ve heard that a couple of times,” he told Vulture. “It’s really nice to say. I love him, he’s a great actor. It’s funny.”
Next up, he’ll be in a big-screen adaptation of the novel “Mrs. Harris Goes To Paris,” starring opposite Jason Isaacs. That movie does not yet have a release date.
“Emily in Paris” is currently streaming on Netflix.
John Stamos volunteers to affix #HappyDays reunion as Chachi
“Comfortable Days” is getting political.
A lot of the solid of the healthful ’50s sitcom set in Milwaukee is getting again collectively for a digital reunion on behalf of the Democratic Social gathering of Wisconsin — with one notable exception.
Former teen heartthrob Scott Baio, an outspoken Donald Trump supporter, will doubtless not be throwing in his skills as Chachi for the reunion of the present that ran from 1974 to 1984.
As an alternative, actor John Stamos, 57, has supplied to play the function of Fonzie’s beloved cousin, with Twitter’s approval. The sitcom star in his personal proper — as hunky uncle Jesse in “Full Home” –threw in his hat late Monday evening after the reunion announcement.
Baio, 60, clapped again together with his personal snarky response: “Shouldn’t you be taking good care of Aunt Becky?,” he tweeted in an obvious reference to former “Full Home” co-star Lori Loughlin’s authorized fallout from the continuing faculty admissions scandal.
The reunion fundraiser kicks off Sunday, October 25 at 6 p.m. CT, and can carry collectively Henry Winkler (Fonzie), Ron Howard (Richie Cunningham), Don Most (Ralph Malph), Anson Williams (Potsie Weber), Marion Ross (Marion Cunningham), author Lowell Ganz, and extra.
Tickets to the pandemic-friendly occasion go for a minimum of a $1 donation, with proceeds going towards “making Trump a one-term president,” in line with an announcement from the organizers.
“We’re thrilled a present made well-known in Milwaukee is coming again house to assist make Donald Trump a one-term President,” stated Ben Wikler, Chair of the Democratic Social gathering of Wisconsin. “We all know all roads to the White Home undergo the Badger State, and with the solid of ‘Comfortable Days’ serving to us increase cash to take again the White Home, we consider much more we are able to ship a victory on November third.”
The occasion will function fan questions, behind-the-scenes tales from the solid and crew, and some surprises.
Whereas many had been thrilled to see Stamos take the reins of the enduring function, others on-line weren’t so please with the substitute — or the political trigger behind it.
“That is so irritating. First ‘The Princess Bride’ will get co-opted for a political goal and now ‘Comfortable Days.’ I’m actually 100% nice with actors talking their very own minds, however I want you’d depart our reminiscences of reveals we cherished alone,” @freeburlington tweeted.
No less than one consumer observed the complete circle impact of booting out Baio, referencing the mysterious departure of Richie’s older brother, Chuck Cunningham, within the ninth episode of the present.
“Oh good, Chachi’s been Chuck Cunninghammed,” @CollinMur tweeted.
Robert Redford’s ‘grief is immeasurable’ after son James’ dying
Robert Redford and his household are mourning the dying of his son James, who handed away after a battle with liver most cancers at age 58.
“The grief is immeasurable with the loss of a kid,” Redford’s rep, Cindi Berger, instructed Web page Six in a press release on Tuesday. “Jamie was a loving son, husband and father. His legacy lives on via his kids, artwork, filmmaking and devoted ardour to conservation and the surroundings.”
Redford, 84, “is mourning along with his household throughout this tough time and asks for privateness,” the assertion concluded.
James, a documentary filmmaker, died at dwelling in Marin County, Calif., on Friday. He had been awaiting a liver transplant. The information of his passing was first confirmed by his spouse, Kyle Redford, in a tweet.
“We’re heartbroken. He lived an exquisite, impactful life & was beloved by many,” she wrote, sharing a number of household photographs. “As his spouse of 32 yrs, I’m most grateful for the 2 spectacular kids we raised collectively. I don’t know what we’d’ve accomplished w/o them over the previous 2yrs.”
In 2005, James and his father co-founded the Redford Middle, which “makes use of impact-driven movie and media to speed up environmental and local weather justice, options and restore,” in accordance with its web site.
James was Redford’s son along with his ex-wife Lola Van Wagenen. The pair had 4 kids collectively: James, daughters Shauna and Amy, and son Scott, who died of sudden toddler dying syndrome in 1959.