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John Saxon Death : top 5 things people searching on Google after his death

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John Saxon, the rugged and intense-eyed actor who rose to iconic status for his roles in Enter the Dragon and A Nightmare on Elm Street, has died of pneumonia in his home in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, according to his wife Gloria. He was 83 years old.

Born Carmine Orrico in Brooklyn, New York, he was discovered at age 17 by famed talent agent Henry Willson and rechristened John Saxon. His breakthrough came in 1956, when his starring roles in the film noir The Unguarded Moment and the musical Rock, Pretty Baby made him a teen idol and brought in some 3000 fan letters a week. At the 1958 Golden Globes, he won Most Promising Newcomer – Male.

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  1. What nationality is John Saxon?

American Italian – John Saxon/Nationality

2. Is John Saxon Mexican?

Early life. Saxon, an Italian American, was born Carmine Orrico in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Antonio Orrico, a dock worker, and Anna (née Protettore). … With his parents’ permission, the 17-year-old Orrico contracted with Willson, and he was renamed John Saxon.

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3. What age did John Saxon die?

Although frail at 81 years oldSaxon still has hints of the physique that helped make him a Hollywood star. “I used to do physical activities to stay healthy and keep my body in good condition,” Saxon said. Many of the residents at The Heritage are fans of Saxon and his films.

4. How much is John Saxon worth?

John Saxon net worth: John Saxon is an American actor who has a net worth of $1.5 million.

5. Was John Saxon a black belt?

In 1971, he was the international middleweight karate champion. John Saxon was cast because he had a black belt in karate.

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Nightmare On Elm Street Actor John Saxon Dies At 83

John Saxon, ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ Star, Dies At 83, Enter the Dragon star leaves behind vast body of work.

Actor John Saxon Dies At 83

John Saxon, character actor known for his roles in Westerns and horror films, died Saturday. His career spanned more than sixty years tallying more than 200 film credits. He co-starred with Bruce Lee in Enter The Dragon and starred in Wes Craven’s A Nightmare on Elm Street in 1984. He was 83.

His wife stated he passed from pneumonia in his Murfreesboro, Tennessee in a statement to THR.

Saxon was born as Carmine Orrico in Brooklyn, New York in 1935. After graduating high school he studied with famous acting coach Stella Adler. Soon after Universal Studios contracted him and requested he be renamed to John Saxon. He was also notably skilled in judo and karate.

The mid to late 50s saw Saxon work as a teen idol with credits in films Rock, Pretty Baby, Summer Love, The Reluctant Debutante, This Happy Feeling, and Cry Tough.  He won a Golden Globe in 1958 as Most Promising Newcomer Male.

In 1960 Saxon worked with director John Huston in The Unforgiven. He played an Indian in support of Burt Lancaster and Audrey Hepburn. He was nominated for the 1966 Best Supporting Actor Golden Globe opposite Marlon Brando in The Appaloosa.

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Saxon said in an interview with the Chicago Daily Tribune in 1960 that he “wanted to do all sorts of character parts.”

Among his major  Hollywood feature roles was playing a martial artist alongside Bruce Lee in Enter the Dragon. He also starred in Wes Craven’s A Nightmare on Elm Street in 1984 as the heroine’s father. He later reprised his role in A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors.

He was married three times. He was married to Mary Ann Murphy from 1967 to 1979, Elizabeth Saxon from 1987 to 1992 and, since 2008, to Gloria Martel. Survivors also include his son, Antonio, and his sister, Dolores.

Born Carmine Orrico in Brooklyn, New York, he was discovered at age 17 by famed talent agent Henry Willson and rechristened John Saxon. His breakthrough came in 1956, when his starring roles in the film noir The Unguarded Moment and the musical Rock, Pretty Baby made him a teen idol and brought in some 3000 fan letters a week. At the 1958 Golden Globes, he won Most Promising Newcomer – Male.

For the next three decades Saxon would appear in dozens of films and television series as both a charismatic leading man and reliable supporting player. His turn as an unstable Mexican bandito opposite Marlon Brando in the 1966 Western The Appaloosa brought him a second Golden Globe nomination, and he played Dr. Theodore Stuart on the NBC drama The Bold Ones: The New Doctors for three seasons. During this time he also began appearing in European films, starring in Mario Bava’s seminal giallo horror The Girl Who Knew Too Much (released stateside as Evil Eye), and several poliziotteschi (crime) films.

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One of his most well-remembered parts would come in 1973, when he starred opposite martial arts icon Bruce Lee in Enter the Dragon. Saxon, who was practiced in judo and Shotokan karate, played sleazy American gambler Roper, on the run from loan sharks and participating in a martial arts tournament with Lee and fellow martial artist Jim Kelly. Saxon was meant to die in the film’s second act, but his agent insisted that he live through the end and had the script rewritten to accommodate the change.

Though no stranger to horror films, Saxon would become forever etched in the minds of horror fans when he starred as Lt. Donald Thompson, father of Heather Langenkamp’s Nancy Thompson, in Wes Craven’s iconic 1984 supernatural slasher A Nightmare on Elm Street. As a well-meaning but overbearing and ultimately-useless police officer, Saxon came to define the impotent authority figure that would be a central part of the series and the horror genre as a whole. He would later reprise his role in the 1987 sequel Dream Warriors, and play himself in the 1994 metasequel New Nightmare.

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Saxon continued acting well into his seventies. His last credited role was in the 2017 indie film The Extra, and he’s still listed as part of Bring Me the Head of Lance Henriksen, which is in post-production. At the time of his death, he had appeared in 200 film and television projects over 60 years. He was married three times, to screenwriter Mary Ann Murphy, airline attendant turned actress Elizabeth Saxon and, since 2008, cosmetician Gloria Martel. He is survived by his sons, Antonio and Lance; grandson Mitchell; great-grandson John; and sister Dolores.

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WHAT! Star Wars Actor Ray Park Shares Video Of Getting A Blow Job; Was It A HUGE Mishap?

A certain section has also been speculating that Ray Park’s Instagram account could have been hacked.


Star Wars and X-Men actor Ray Park is in the news, but unfortunately, not for a very good reason. Reportedly, a video of the actor receiving a bl*w job had been posted on his Instagram account, and it’s being speculated that the woman in the video is his wife. The video which only had three dots in the caption has now been removed from the social media platform.

However, soon after the users on the internet started reacting to the news. One person wrote, “Log in to twitter and the first thing I see everyone talking about is some dude called Ray and his bl*w job w*f.” Another stated, “So Ray Park posted the video of him getting a bl*wjob from his wife and he posted it willingly without his wife’s consent? She called him nasty and asked for it to be taken down.”

However, a certain section has also been speculating that the Star Wars actor’s Instagram account could have been hacked. “Someone needs to let Ray Park know his account has been hacked, because that was a surprise,” one user wrote.


Raymond Park, 45, is a Scottish actor and author.

He is best known for playing Darth Maul in the Star Wars films as well as appearing in X-Men and the G.I.Joe movies.

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Ray is also a professional martial artist, introduced to martial arts at a young age by his father who was a fan of Bruce Lee. He went on to compete in many world tournaments before turning his attention to acting.

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On Friday, many fans of the Star Wars actor were shocked after they claim to have seen a strange post appear on Ray Park’s Instagram feed.

The post allegedly contained a photo of Park engaging in sexual activity with a woman. It has now been deleted from his account, but many people are continuing to discuss it on Twitter.

Many believe that he was obviously hacked, but others have different theories.

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Tom Hanks would be ‘selling’ Hot Dogs at Baseball game

As the Oakland Athletics are back on the field amid the ongoing pandemic, the ‘Castaway’ actor will be revisiting his younger years when he sold peanuts at sports games.

‘Hot Dogs Here!’: A’s Games to Feature Recordings of Tom Hanks Hawking Game Day Favorites

Tom Hanks has gone back to his hot dog-selling roots to make Oakland Athletics players feel at home in an empty baseball park.

A legendary voice will echo throughout the Oakland Coliseum during A’s games this season.

Award-winning actor and East Bay native Tom Hanks has recorded himself hawking classic baseball game favorites, like hot dogs, peanuts and scorecards, for the club to play over the stadium’s speakers during games, which won’t feature any fans due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Serving as a hawker is nothing new for Hanks. His first job was selling concessions at the Coliseum, according to the A’s.

The A’s will also pipe in other familiar sounds heard at the ballpark, such as the “Let’s Go Oakland” chant, the blaring of vuvuzelas and the beating of drums.

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Oakland opens the regular season Friday night at the Coliseum against the Los Angeles Angels. First pitch is slated for 7:10 p.m.

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The Kissing Booth 2 Review: Joey King & Jacob Elordi’s rom com is predictable but you still go with the flow

Netflix’s The Kissing Booth 2 is out now. Is it worth your time? Read the review to know the same. The Kissing Booth 2 is miles ahead of its predecessor as the storyline focused more on Elle’s (Joey King) journey of self-introspection rather than choosing between Team Noah (Jacob Elordi) and Team Marco (Taylor Perez). Read below for the full review.

The Kissing Booth 2 Review

The Kissing Booth 2 Cast: Joey King, Jacob Elordi, Joel Courtney, Taylor Perez

The Kissing Booth 2 Director: Vince Marcello

The Kissing Booth 2 Stars: 3/5

A sequel to Vince Marcello’s 2018 Netflix film, the story starts 27 days later from where it ends in the first part. Elle (Joey Rachel) and Noah (Jacob Ellordi) have a splendid and fun time together during the summer holidays. On the other hand, Lee (Joel Courtney) and Rachel’s (Meganne Young) relationship take a meaningful turn. After 27 days, Noah has to go back to Harvard, Boston and Lee and Elle enter their senior year.

At Harvard, Noah makes new friends, and one of them is the gorgeous Chloe (Maisie Richardson-Sellers). On the other hand, everyone in the school in Los Angeles is drooling over the new guy, Marco (Taylor Zakhar Perez). As soon as Elle finds out about Chloe and Noah’s friendship, seeds of doubt sow in her mind. So how are all these significant changes going to affect their relationship and lives? That’s what you need to find out in the film.

  • What’s Good: It’s a breath of fresh air during the pandemic. It will make you laugh, cry, and take away your stress.
  • What’s Bad: You will have a lot of questions, and not all are answered. That sucks.
  • Loo Break: There’s no need for one. But if it’s a nature’s call, you shouldn’t keep it on hold.
  • Watch or Not?: It’s worth giving a shot. It’s a treat for rom-com lovers.

The Kissing Booth 2 Movie Review: Script Analysis

The sequel had the potential to get ruined because the first part was quite clichéd. But smart and progressive writing saved it. While there are still typical rom-com moments, some were funny and refreshing to watch. The first hour of the film was tremendously engaging and emotional. The film gets predictable post that, but the entertainment factor persists.

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Rather than just focusing on the love story and friendship, Vince focused more on the characters this time. My favourite is how he changed the character arc of Elle. She’s delightful, Lee was thoughtful, and Noah appeared composed. However, he wanted to show us a lot in this 122 mins approx film. That’s why the narrative gets lost somewhere or feels incomplete. Without giving any spoiler, I’ll address one scene that left me annoyed. Marco and Elle’s situation could’ve been handled in a better way. What I saw seemed rush and unsatisfactory.

The dialogues are not something we haven’t heard before, but they strike you because of the way they are used. The dialogues, in the end, reminded me of Ross and Rachel from FRIENDS. I’m sure, many fans of the sitcom will get this reference while watching TKB2.

The Kissing Booth 2 Movie Review: Star Performance

Joey King not only looks stunning in the film, but her character is better than the first film. The actress’ role isn’t restricted because of the influence of two guys in her life. She has always been bold and upfront, but in the sequel, we get to see her funny side. Like her character in the film says that ‘she wants to be mature’, that reflects in her performance.

Joel Courtney’s Lee shows growth too. In the first part, Lee kind of acted like a b*tch when he wasn’t happy with Elle dating his elder brother, Noah. But this time, when he’s upset, he isn’t too harsh. Just like Joey King, Courtney is hilarious in the film. There’s a scene when Elle does something related to Marco and Lee is on his way to save his best friend from embarrassment. That was one of the funniest moments for me in the film.

Jacob Ellordi’s Noah was non-aggressive in the sequel. He wasn’t the bad guy or playboy we saw in the first part. But the makers make sure we don’t forget his old image. Taylor Zakhar Perez is everything Elle describes as (watch the film to know). But I wish he had more screen presence because he was my favourite addition to the sequel.

The Kissing Booth 2 Movie Review: Direction, Music

It’s a high school rom-com, so the execution is going to be super funky, colourful and modern. They also shot in Boston, and I wish they explored the city more. Dance plays a pivotal part in the story. Kudos to the cinematographer for capturing every bit of those fleeting dance steps.

I wish the Vince Marcello would’ve kept a slower pace while showing us the sports events, games and all the high school fun. It happens quickly, and you won’t grasp it immediately. Those scenes tend to become unforgettable and unnecessary addition to the film.

I loved the choice of songs for the sequel. Along with what story Vince Marcello tells us in the sequel, I was worried about the music. The music lover in me is happy, especially with the song Wanderlust and how the scene for the same is shot.

The Kissing Booth 2 Movie Review: The Last Word

2020 is already f**king with our minds. We all need a breather from this painful reality. TKB2 is an apt distraction to everyone who wants to have a good laugh, tears of joy and relive the high school madness.

Three Stars!

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Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Release Romantic ‘Happy Anywhere’ Song

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are happy anywhere as long as they’re together! The real-life couple showed their love by teaming up for a new track, “Happy Anywhere,” which debuted on Thursday night.

“Even though Gwen and I just had a single out we decided that, under the circumstances, this year… man, there’s never been a better time for ‘Happy Anywhere,'” Shelton said in a press release. “We’ve all been in quarantine and lockdown, and hopefully we’ve been doing that with somebody that we really love and enjoy being around. That’s what happened with Gwen and me this summer — and this entire year.”

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During a livestream in support of the track on Thursday, Shelton gushed about his life and work.

“I have the easiest job at this point in my life and it’s a blast to be a country singer and do what I do,” Shelton said during the stream. “It’s hilarious that listening to the radio the last couple of years that Gwen Stefani is going to be singing the ‘countriest’ song to come out of Nashville… It’s ironic. It’s funny.”

Also during the virtual event, Warner Music Nashville’s Shane Tarleton revealed that Stefani’s brother, Todd Stefani, shot the song’s music video while quarantined with the couple in Oklahoma. The video was shot at Shelton’s ranch in 105-degree heat and includes archival footage from Stefani’s phone, which she said tells “the totality” of her and Shelton’s relationship.

Written by Ross Copperman, Josh Osborne and Matt Jenkins, the feel-good track will make its TV debut during Friday’s episode of the Today show.

Shelton and Stefani previously collaborated on “Nobody But You,” off of Shelton’s 2019 compilation album, Fully Loaded: God’s Country.

The couple’s latest release comes ahead of their one-night only concert with Trace Adkins, which was filmed exclusively to air at drive-in theaters across America. Part of Encore Drive-In Nights, the Saturday, July 25, event will also include interviews with the musicians.

Watch the video below for more on the couple.

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‘The Kissing Booth 2’ star Joel Courtney teases his character’s growth and the message he hopes fans take away from the sequel

‘The Kissing Booth 2’ star Joel Courtney on the plot

Joel Courtney spoke to Insider about reprising his role as Lee Flynn for Netflix’s “Kissing Booth” sequel and what fans can expect when the movie is released.

“I could tell in the first one that we were making a really special movie and on the second one, I knew the exact same thing,” the 24-year-old actor told us of returning for “The Kissing Booth 2,” which hits the streaming service on Friday.

“The Kissing Booth 2” picks up after the events of the 2018 movie and centers on Elle (Joey King) and Lee’s senior year as they submit college applications, gear up for another kissing booth at their school’s fundraiser, and navigate their romantic relationships.

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Joel Courtney and Joey King return as best friends Lee and Elle in “The Kissing Booth 2.” 

Following the success of the first film, which Netflix hailed as “one of the most-watched movies in the country,” Courtney told Insider that he felt some pressure, but it “went away” once he stepped foot on the set. 

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“It was one of those things where I was so elated to get the opportunity to come back and do a sequel and I started thinking like, ‘Oh wow, what are they going to think of the second one?'” Courtney recalled.

The actor said that his concerns dissipated because of the returning cast and crew members from the first film. 

“I was so proud of the work that we were doing over there,” Courtney said. “I let it go. I was like, ‘No, I think we’re going to be just fine. I think fans are going to love this.’ And as it turns out, I think the second movie’s actually better than the first movie and I am so excited for people to see it and I really hope that they love it.”

When fans watch the sequel, they can expect Lee to be “the same fun-loving little goofball,” but with some maturity. 

“He just loves with his entire heart and when he hurts he feels that hurt just as deeply,” Courtney said.

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Joel Courtney said that his character is still “the same fun-loving little goofball” that fans met in the first film. 

The actor said that Lee has changed in that he’s learned to accept his best friend Elle’s relationship with his older brother named Noah Flynn (Jacob Elordi).

The pairing caused a rift in Lee and Elle’s longtime friendship because it violated one of their rules that they established as children (“relatives of best friends are off-limits”).

“He’s grown,” Courtney told us. “He’s matured a little bit, he’s learned an important lesson: that you can’t really put those kinds of limitations on the heart of your best friend if she happens to fall for your brother. That may not be your favorite, but you need to learn to accept it and take it for what it is.”

He added: “In the second movie, he comes in and he has some also equally as important hard lessons to learn and they rock his world a little bit.”

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“The Kissing Booth 2” introduces two new characters that shake up the status quo: a high school classmate named Marco (played by Taylor Zakhar Perez) and a college girl named Chloe (Maisie Richardson-Sellers), who Noah meets during his first semester at Harvard University.

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Taylor Zakhar Perez and Maisie Richardson-Sellers in “The Kissing Booth 2.” 

“They elevated us so much, Courtney said of his new costars, who he called “the most kind-hearted, talented people.”

He added: “They fit right into the dynamic on set. They made everyone feel so comfortable, everyone made them feel comfortable and welcomed them in with open arms. Honestly, our second movie would not be the movie that it is without them.”

Courtney hopes that the sequel can bring some joy and levity during times of unrest and uncertainty. 

“I honestly just want people to have a good time,” the actor said. “The world is in a state of disarray, just turbulence and overhanging fear. And I just want people to have a really good quality feel-good movie and I want people to forget about their worries for about two hours and have a good time.”

Courtney added: “I want people to love this movie as much as I do. I’m such a fan. I’m as much of a fan as anyone out there. I love these characters and I just want people to enjoy it and forget about their problems a little bit.”

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Review: ‘Folklore’ is the album Taylor Swift created from her soul, released it mid night in Surprise Drop

Folklore by taylor Swift : The 16-song album helped her “pour all of my whims, dreams, fears and musings” into the music, Swift said.

In a perfect world, Taylor Swift would be out on the road doing a stadium tour this summer. As we all know, it’s not a perfect world.

But sometimes when things don’t go as planned, it’s not necessarily a disaster. And so it was that the time off from the road spurred Taylor Swift’s muse into overdrive, resulting in her eighth album, folklore, which will be released at midnight.

Swift made the announcement on Instagram earlier today, teasing with jigsaw pieces of her album artwork before posting a black and white photo which showed her walking through a forest.

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Have you ever listened to “All Too Well” and said, “Great, now can I have 16 more of these?” 

That’s essentially what Taylor Swift has done on “Folklore,” her most introspective and emotionally raw album yet. The 10-time Grammy winner, who is known for her meticulously orchestrated album rollouts, broke from tradition and surprise-announced “Folklore” on Thursday, less than 24 hours before its Friday release. 

After embracing her pop side on her past three albums, including last year’s “Lover,” the former country star is switching up her sound once again. This time, she’s taking a page from some of her songwriting heroes including Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon and Carole King. While plenty of pop luminaries such as Justin Timberlake (“Man of the Woods”) and Lady Gaga (“Joanne”) have taken detours into stripped-down folk/soft rock, none have made the transition as seamlessly as Swift, who reminds us once again that she’s the most gifted songwriter in music today.

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“Folklore” features a song, “Exile,” with Bon Iver, and writing credits from The National’s Aaron Dessner and Swift’s frequent collaborator Jack Antonoff. Every track on the decidedly un-radio-friendly album is a treasure trove of evocative metaphors and diary-like lyrics, managing to capture familiar feelings in ways you didn’t know were possible.

That should come as no surprise to any fan of Swift, who delivered the poetic double punch of “Cornelia Street” and “Death by a Thousand Cuts” just last year. But the gentleness and unhurried pace of “Folklore” give her words more room to breathe, allowing them to hit that much harder. 

“I persist and resist the temptation to ask you / if one thing had been different / would everything be different?” she wonders on “The 1,” the breezy but deceptively sad opening track. “In my defense I have none / for digging up the grave another time / but it would’ve been fun / if you would’ve been the one.” 

Taylor Swift's surprise eighth album, "Folklore," is out Friday.

The album brims with vivid imagery, as Swift likens herself to a favorite sweater on “Cardigan” and a “Mirrorball” that will “show you every version of yourself tonight.” Album standout “Invisible String” is perhaps the prettiest love song in Swift’s entire catalog, but is not without her biting wit: “Cold was the steel of my ax to grind for the boys who broke my heart / now I send their babies presents.”

“Folklore” is undoubtedly Swift’s most melancholy album. (Try not to cry listening to “August,” in which she wistfully recounts a summer love gone south in achingly specific detail.) But the 30-year-old has also never sounded more confident or mature. Continuing to move away from her previously PG lyrics, she’s included explicit language. In the album’s opening line, she announces “I’m doing good / I’m on some new s—” and drops multiple F-bombs in later songs “Betty” and “Mad Woman” (an apparent lyrical first for Swift). 

Given Swift’s public battle with Scooter Braun and former label Big Machine Records over ownership of her music, it’s impossible not to read the latter as a searing rebuke of the men – and women – who have tried to control or criticize her. “No one likes a mad woman / you made her like that,” she sings over soft piano and strings. “Taking my time / ’cause you took everything from me / watching you climb / over people like me.” 

After years of being the media’s punching bag, it’s incredibly moving to hear Swift take back her power on “Folklore,” her second album on Republic Records and second that she has completely owned as well. Eight albums and 14 years into her career, it’s also thrilling to watch Swift continue to grow and evolve, showing that she can still surprise us in more ways than one.

Folklore : Taylor Swift the invention of new you

“Most of the things I had planned this summer didn’t end up happening, but there is something I hadn’t planned on that DID happen. And that thing is my 8th studio album, folklore. Surprise Tonight at midnight I’ll be releasing my entire brand new album of songs I’ve poured all of my whims, dreams, fears, and musings into. I wrote and recorded this music in isolation but got to collaborate with some musical heroes of mine; @aarondessner (who has co-written or produced 11 of the 16 songs), @boniver (who co-wrote and was kind enough to sing on one with me), William Bowery (who co-wrote two with me) and @jackantonoff (who is basically musical family at this point).

“Engineered by Laura Sisk and Jon Low, mixed by Serban Ghenea & Jon Low. The album photos were shot by the amazing @bethgarrabrant.

“Before this year I probably would’ve overthought when to release this music at the “perfect” time, but the times we’re living in keep reminding me that nothing is guaranteed. My gut is telling me that if you make something you love, you should just put it out into the world.

“That’s the side of uncertainty I can get on board with. Love you guys so much.’

‘Engineered by Laura Sisk and Jon Low, mixed by Serban Ghenea & Jon Low. The album photos were shot by the amazing @bethgarrabrant.

‘Before this year I probably would’ve overthought when to release this music at the “perfect” time, but the times we’re living in keep reminding me that nothing is guaranteed. My gut is telling me that if you make something you love, you should just put it out into the world.

‘That’s the side of uncertainty I can get on board with. Love you guys so much.’

Swift also posted a screen grab from the music video of her song Cardigan, which she says will also premiere at midnight to coincide with the album release. She was the writer/director on it.

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Demi Lovato Announces Engagement to Max Ehrich : ‘God Brought Us Together’

“I’ve never felt so unconditionally loved by someone in my life (other than my parents) flaws and all,” says Lovato on Instagram. “You never pressure me to be anything other than myself.”

Demi Lovato is making it official with boyfriend Max Ehrich, sharing the news of their engagement in a beautiful Instagram post.

With photography by Angelo Kritikos, who Demi hilariously described as “hiding behind rocks and capturing the whole thing,” the newly-engaged songstress poured out her heart and her feelings for the man she says she fell in love with from the moment they first met.

“It was something I can’t describe to anyone who hasn’t experienced it firsthand but luckily you did too,” she wrote. “I’ve never felt so unconditionally loved by someone in my life (other than my parents) flaws and all.”

“You never pressure me to be anything other than myself. And you make me want to be the best version of myself,” she continued her heartfelt message.

She kicked off her message by sharing that her birth father always called her his “little partner.” She always thought the endearment made perfect sense, and she feels it now again, “but today I’m officially going to be someone else’s partner.”

“You are every love song, every film, every lyric, every poem, everything I could ever dream of and then some in a partner in life,” Max shared in his own Instagram post.

“Words cannot express how infinitely in love with you I am forever and always and then some,” he continued. “I cannot spend another second of my time here on Earth without the miracle of having you as my wife.”

Demi adorably responded to his post after posting her own, writing, “YAYYYYYY LET’S GET MARRIED BABYYYYYY”

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Over on Demi’s post, Max was apparently at a loss for words, relying on emojis like hearts and rings and crying faces to express his feelings through several comments.

Angelo shared the pics via his own Instagram page, where he was likely the first person to publicly offer his congratulations to the happy couple.

The couple quickly got other words of congratulations and support from fans famous and not. Hailey Bieber followed Max’s lead with a series of heart and crying face emojis, while both Noah Cyrus and Jessie J wrote, “So happy for you.”

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Demi and Max were first suspected to be a couple back in March, with media outlets reporting they were quarantining together and growing very close very fast. They made their relationship official, so to speak, in May by appearing together in Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber’s “Stuck With U” video.

Demi Lovato and Boyfriend Max Ehrich Are Engaged: ‘God Brought Us Together’

Demi Lovato is engaged!

The “I Love Me” singer’s boyfriend, former Young and the Restless actor Max Ehrich popped the question on Wednesday, less than four months after PEOPLE revealed they were dating.

Ehrich, 28, asked the singer to marry him in Malibu, California, with a stunning diamond ring by celebrity jeweler Peter Marco.

Sharing a series of photos taken shortly after Ehrich got down on one knee, Lovato, 27, opened up about saying “yes” to the man who made her want to “to be the best version” of herself.

“When I was a little girl, my birth dad always called me his “little partner” – something that might’ve sounded strange without his southern cowboy like accent. To me it made perfect sense. And today that word makes perfect sense again but today I’m officially going to be someone else’s partner,” the bride-to-be wrote.

“@maxehrich – I knew I loved you the moment I met you,” Lovato captioned the images. “It was something I can’t describe to anyone who hasn’t experienced it firsthand but luckily you did too.. I’ve never felt so unconditionally loved by someone in my life (other than my parents) flaws and all.”

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“You never pressure me to be anything other than myself. And you make me want to be the best version of myself. I’m honored to accept your hand in marriage. I love you more than a caption could express but I’m ecstatic to start a family and life with you. I love you forever my baby. My partner. Here’s to our future!!!! 😩😭❤️🥰😍.”

Sharing similar images captured by photographer Angelo Kritikos, the actor explained he could not wait a moment longer without having the singer as his wife.

“Ahhhh 💍😭🥳💓 You are every love song, every film, every lyric, every poem, everything I could ever dream of and then some in a partner in life,” he captioned the photographs.

“Words cannot express how infinitely in love with you I am forever and always and then some. I cannot spend another second of my time here on Earth without the miracle of having you as my wife. here’s to forever baby 💍 ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh jeuejfjqjweuvu I’m so excited 😭😭😭 you are the most beautiful inside and out in the entire world & I couldn’t be more grateful God brought us together 🥳❤️ 🙃💍💍💍😭I LOVE YOU SO MUCH @ddlovato AND WILL FOREVER CHERISH YOUR PURE, BEAUTIFUL, INFINITE SOUL.”

While the pair have not been dating long, a source, tells PEOPLE the couple grew closer while social distancing together amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

The source says Ehrich knew very quickly he wanted to marry the singer but waited until her engagement ring’s custom setting was finished, adding that after two months “he already had the stone” and “it’s huge.”

In May, Lovato and Ehrich were among the many couples to be featured in the music video for Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande’s song “Stuck with U.” In the video, the pair share a romantic kiss — marking the first time Lovato publicly confirmed their relationship.

The pop star also posted about their music video appearance on her Instagram and her story, tagging her beau and sharing a series of heart-filled emojis. “This video was too f—ing cute. Beautifully written and icredibly sung. Congrats fam @arianagrande @justinbieber @scooterbraun @sb_projects,” she wrote in one of her Instagram story slides.

In the clip she shared on her Instagram grid hours after the music video dropped (making sure that followers cannot comment under the post), Lovato wrote, “Happy to be a part of something so special right now. Like really REALLY happy if you can’t tell… 🥰🥰🥰 #stuckwithu.”

On April 7, Ehrich appeared to acknowledge his and Lovato’s one-month anniversary of dating on Instagram, where he posted a video of himself nodding along and smiling to Sam Smith’s “To Die For” with the caption, “1 <3.”

Three days prior, the pair were spotted grocery shopping at Erewhon Market in Los Angeles. They wore masks and blue gloves as a measure to protect themselves from the coronavirus.

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One Direction reappear on social media after 4 years to mark 10th anniversary

Two years since they last made a Twitter update, the official account of One Direction broke its social media silence on Thursday sending fans abuzz.

The tweet comes a day before the boy group marks the first decade since they were formed after joining the UK version of “The X Factor.”

“Tomorrow! You and me got a whole lot of history #10YearsOf1D,” the post read, hinting that something big is possibly in store for the fans to celebrate the group’s anniversary.

The One Direction account also changed its profile picture showing its members although it is noticeable that Zayn Malik, who left the group in 2015, is still not in the photo.

The headshot only features Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Niall Horan, and Louis Tomlinson.

As of writing, the hashtag #10YearsOfOneDiretion is still the top trending topic on Twitter Philippines.

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After Malik left the band, the four remaining members announced in August 2015 that they are going on an extended hiatus. Since then, Styles, Payne, Horan and Tomlinson have gone on to pursue solo careers.

One Direction Returns to Instagram for the First Time in 4 Years

One Direction’s got something cooking for their 10-year anniversary. The band’s Instagram posted on Wednesday for the first time in over four years — and fans can’t handle their excitement.

The post didn’t reveal much, but it was enough to catch fans’ attention. “Tomorrow! You and me got a whole lot of history #10YearsOf1D,” the band captioned a black box, with the words “10 Years of One Direction” written in white inside.

Fans from all over the world could barely contain their anticipation. “I’m alright I’m alright I’M OKAY!” one user wrote. Another commented, “Thank you for 10 years of joy we love u.”

One Direction was planning to reunite to celebrate their big anniversary.

“The members of One Direction are planning on doing something for their 10-year anniversary in July, but haven’t confirmed what that is yet,” the source said of the group, comprising Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik. “The guys started talking more frequently recently and have worked on putting a lot of things behind them.”

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“With the outbreak of COVID-19, the guys living all over the world and with different management and labels, it’s hard to solidify what their reunion will be, but the guys want to do something for their fans,” the source added.

One Direction was formed by Simon Cowell on X Factor in 2010. Malik left the group in 2015, and the remaining members went their separate ways shortly thereafter. See more on the band in the video below.