- This year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show was held at Shanghai's Mercedes-Benz Arena on November 20, 2017, but it didn't air until November 28. That said, you probably already know that model Ming Xi fell during her walk, but what the world didn't anticipate is for the nightmare to be included in the edited-for-TV version. Well, it was, and the Internet is raging. [Cosmopolitan US]
And what's worse is that they show her CRYING as she exits the runway.
It's okay, girl! You got up, and that's all that matters! <3
- Before going to the VS Fashion Show after party, Bella Hadid posted these killer topless videos on Instagram to celebrate:
- The live-action adaptation of Disney's Mulan just cast its female lead! After a year-long worldwide search, Chinese actress Liu Yifei, aka Crystal Liu, beat out nearly 1,000 actresses to play Hua Mulan. [Cosmopolitan US]
- The Weeknd just deleted all his IG photos of Selena Gomez! Before they broke up, the couple was ~super~ into posting photos on their respective accounts, so when Selena's face vanished from his, everyone noticed. We checked, and even though Sel unfollowed Abel, he's still on her profile. [Just Jared]
- Pia Wurtzbach took to Instagram to condemn the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) for releasing the names of 11 "supposedly gay men" who were arrested during a drug bust operation at an upscale hotel in BGC this weekend.
One of the men arrested was found to be HIV positive. Still, the "PDEA and local news outlets decided to expose the identities of these men to the media. Their mugshots, names, and the HIV status of one of them were released." Pia continued, "Was this really necessary? I understand that what the men were supposedly doing was illegal and they should face legal consequences. But there was absolutely no need to expose and publicly shame them. It's illegal to publicly announce one's HIV status (RA8504). What has been done has not only traumatized the men that were involved; it has also worsened the HIV situation in the Philippines. We're working so hard in educating the people properly on HIV/AIDS, on taking away the stigma."
"Because of what [the] PDEA and the news outlet have done, some people are now associating drugs and immorality with being gay. It's ridiculous. The whole point of this drug raid was to arrest the men for their supposed crime, which was selling/distributing and using illegal narcotics. Being gay is not a crime! Living with HIV is not a punishment!"
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