Selena Gomez's Love Letter to the LGBT Will Melt Your Heart
To show her support to the LGBT community for Pride Month, Selena Gomez shared a fond memory when a drag queen serenaded her on her 16th birthday. She used her love letter to the LGBT community to share her childhood memories when she was surrounded by kind, fun, and loving friends of her mother who were gay. Selena also gives credit to her mom for raising her in an open-minded and non-judgmental environment. She also shared her hopes that one day, "a person is never judged, discriminated, or feared for their sexuality." (via mtv.com)
"She also surprised me at my 16th birthday party with a performance by the most beautiful drag queen singing my favorite song. I don't think most 16-year-olds can say that!" —Selena Gomez
If you haven't watched the live action film Beauty and the Beast, then you're missing out on a good one, Candy Girls! We're still hung up on it. And just as magical as the movie, their table read is unlike any other. Josh Gad (LeFou) even said that he got goosebumps the very moment Emma Thompson (Mrs. Potts) sang the Beauty and the Beast theme song during Beast and Belle's waltz. (via teenvogue.com)
OMG, we finally get to see Ed Sheeran's Carpool Karaoke—and he even brought his guitar on the ride! James Corden tweeted the teaser for his show's special episode in London and we can't wait to see them sing at the top of their lungs to Ed's tunes and have a rap battle inside the car. Watch the teaser here! (via refinery29.com)
ICYMI, your favorite Japanese animated fantasy film, My Neighbor Totoro is getting its own theme park! Studio Ghilbi, the animation studio that's also behind Spirited Away and Princess Mononoke, announced the great news of the plans to develop the park in Nagakute, Japan sometime in the 2020s. That's a great amount of time to save for the trip and book a flight to Japan! (via vulture.com)
Our hearts go out to the victims of the Manchester Arena attack. ICYDK, Artists are coming together to the benefit concert for the victims that is happening on June 4—which Ariana Grande calls it as an act of defiance against the terrorist bombing attack. One of the artists performing is Miley Cyrus and she just posted on Instagram a sweet message about how thankful she is for the opportunity to honor the victims of the attack. (via refinery29.com)
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