Hey I’m Khristian, originally from New York. I moved to “Hotlanta” about 20 years ago. I like poetry & long walks. Wait, wrong profile. This isn’t eHarmony.
My love of music & interacting with new people brought me in to the world of radio. I voice commercials, narrate audiobooks, & have played around with some character animation. I love old cars, I drive a ’66 Chevelle. My dog Tank is the coolest ever! I am super energetic, love learning new things, & I’m great with people.
DRAKE had a birthday party for himself over the weekend, and someone got a hold of the menu and posted it online. And I think we’re about to have one of those “pineapple on pizza” discussions.
I mean, the tomato, capers, and parsley are a little off-kilter . . . but I think you can make a case for them. Raisins, though? It hurts just thinking about it.
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“When you and your jack-o’-lantern share a vibe…,” Garner, 48, wrote in the caption.
“Wait….are you pregnant or is this something from back when someone posted a pic and thought you were but it was quarantine weight?!” one fan wrote. “Please say you are!!!”
Another person commented, “I thought this was a pregnancy announcement for a hot second.”
Garner replied back, “STILL NOT HAVING MORE BABIES. good grief, i didn’t even see it, i just saw the matching smiles.”
Tuesday night’s episode of the ABC reality dating competition with star Clare Crawley saw the male contestants engaging in a strip dodgeball tournament, with the losing team walking away completely naked per the game rules.
“I feel like I want to up the ante here. I think we should play strip dodgeball,” Crawley tells the group of surprised men, who were split into two Blue and Red teams. When host Chris Harrison asks Crawley to confirm that the tournament ends when the losing team has no clothes on, Crawley affirms, “This is my game. These are my rules.”
Once the game is underway, Crawley and Harrison act as announcers and comment on the mens’ bodies, with Harrison deferring to Crawley to make the final call on stripping one team down to their jockstrap thongs. Ultimately, when the Blue team loses, they line up in front of Crawley and remove the final item of their uniform. Only one of the team members refuses, telling the star, “I love you, but, I can’t.”
ABC pixelated the men once they removed their shorts and continued to pixelate below their waist as the losing team did their “walk of shame” back to their rooms at the La Quinta resort in Palm Springs, Calif. — which is where The Bachelorette filmed in a bubble to comply with COVID-19 safety protocol.
Viewers of the long-running reality series were quick to comment on the “double standard,” with many voicing their concerns ahead of the racy episode.
“This show would be cancelled if the bachelor asked female contestants to play strip anything,” wrote one user on a teaser for the episode that was shared on ABC’s official Bachelorette Instagram account on Monday. Another called Crawley “disappointing,” with several asking both her and the show to “do better.”
Ariana Grande dropped her bombshell track Positions on Friday and fans are speculating that she threw shade at her ex-boyfriend Pete Davidson.
In her new presidential song showcasing the White House, Ariana talks about her romance with new beau Dalton Gomez, while calling out Pete.
“Heaven sent you to me,” Ariana sings. “I’m just hoping I don’t repeat history.”
She then lets the syllable “peat” hang on its own, making some fans think it was subtle shade at the Saturday Night Live comedian.