- Playboy just made history by announcing their first-ever transgender Playmate, 26-year-old French model, Ines Rau:
The magazine has featured trans models in the past, but this is the first time a trans woman is holding the title of "Playmate." The first transgender woman to pose for Playboy was Tula in September 1991.
Let's keep breaking those barriers!
- Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouse have kept mum about their rumored relationship, but Lili was more than happy to talk about their on-screen chemistry. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Lili spoke about the level of comfort the entire cast has with one another, even when there's a kissing scene: "If we have a kissing scene, it's fine. We don't really think twice about it. It would be more nerve-wracking if you had to make out with someone that you didn't know. So if by chance we do end up having to kiss each other, it's fine and it doesn't feel weird." Can't wait to see more Bughead smooches this season! <3
Oh no! According to a recent vlog, sisters Alodia and Ashley Gosiengfiao ran into some complications while trying to leave Mexico. The two were all set to fly out after attending the MURO TNT convention where Alodia was a cosplay judge. Unfortunately, things didn't go as planned, and the sisters ended up in tears. Take a look:
- Channing Tatum just announced that he will no longer be working on Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock, a movie he was originally talking about with The Weinstein Company. Channing took to Instagram to applaud the women who have been standing up to the Hollywood producer and alleged sexual predator Harvey Weinstein:
Funny girl Maine Mendoza is coming out with a book called Yup I Am That Girl. Join her on October 26 at TriNoma Activity Center from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Grab a copy!
Follow Ysa on Instagram.