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“Aspiring actors do not get work,” says Ram Kapoor

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"Aspiring actors do not get work,'' says Ram Kapoor
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Ram Kapoor, the individual who has been and seen it all be it films, web series or serials, says that aspiring actors are not approached for any work in the industry. He supported his statement by referring to his 20 years long career in this industry.

As an actor, Ram Kapoor enjoys a huge fan following nationally, as well as internationally on social media. But there was a time when he started from scratch and had to struggle a lot to reach the height. Now, standing at 46-years, he recalls the journey like a fairy tale and feels extremely lucky to have survived the competition.

Though he is happy and content with his little space in the entertainment industry, he refers to the present industry situation as the worst, especially for aspiring actors.

Recently, in an interview by Hindustan Times, the actor comments, “Aspiring actors these days have no scope to show their talent. Even, probably 90 percent of them do not have any work and spend their whole life giving auditions. Possibly, only a mere two percent among them can earn the success that they aspire.”

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The “Bade Acche Lagte Hain” actor even recalled some of the struggles that he faced during the initial years of his career, saying, “There were times in the initial five to eight years when I wasn’t making enough money. Hardly did anyone know my name and I was just one among the thousands of struggling actors. But yes, I worked hard and made it big for me eventually!”

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Kelly Dodd clarifies ‘no one is dying’ of coronavirus remarks after Page Six report

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Kelly Dodd clarifies 'no one is dying' of coronavirus remarks after Page Six report

Kelly Dodd took to Instagram to “clarify” comments she made about the coronavirus pandemic — again.

The “Real Housewives of Orange County” star took aim at Page Six on Tuesday after we reported her claims that “no one is dying” of coronavirus in Orange County, Calif., were incorrect.

The reality star said on her Instagram Story Monday, “No one is wearing masks here in Orange County. Yup, because no one is dying here of the virus.” However, the county’s death toll was up to 133 as of Monday.

“I was by no means minimizing deaths that have been caused by this virus, and I feel for their loved ones,” Dodd, 44, said in response to our report. “However, Orange County has 133 deaths out of 3 million people — much lower than most.”

Addressing her celebratory remarks about people not wearing masks, she added, “I felt encouraged and excited that people were out and about and there was some semblance of normalcy.”

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The “RHOC” star also blasted Us Weekly for accusing Dodd of not wearing a mask herself in the video she recorded on Memorial Day.

“I was wearing a mask,” she said before pointing to her mom in the clip. “This lady right here was not wearing the mask, and no patrons when we were eating were wearing the mask. The servers were, but you can’t eat with a mask on, so get your facts straight.”

This is not the first time Dodd has had to “clarify” her remarks about the pandemic.

In April, she apologized repeatedly for saying COVID-19 is “God’s way of thinning the herd.” Two weeks later, she then came under fire again for saying, “Well, people are going to die! I’m sorry to tell ya.”

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Doja Cat accused of participating in racist chat rooms

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Doja Cat accused of participating in racist chat rooms

It’s been a bittersweet month for Doja Cat.

The rapper, 24, landed her first Billboard No. 1 hit only to be accused days later of participating in allegedly racist internet chat rooms, prompting the Twitter hashtags #DojaCatIsOverParty and #DojaCatIsCanceled.

The viral footage shows Doja — real name Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini — taking part in chat rooms via video chatting platform Tinychat. The “Say So” singer can be heard making sexually suggestive comments to men believed to be members of the alt-right incel (involuntarily celibate) community. The biracial artist is also heard calling someone the N-word — in her own words “with a hard R” — in front of the group.

Doja has since addressed allegations that she participates in “White supremacists chatrooms,” claiming that while racists may enter the chat from time-to-time, they’re usually kicked off. She also denied personally taking part in “any racist conversations.”

“I want to address what’s been happening on Twitter,” she wrote Monday in an apology. “I’ve used public chat rooms to socialize since I was a child. I shouldn’t have been on some of those chat room sites, but I personally have never been involved in any racist conversations. I’m sorry to everyone I offended.

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“I’m a black woman. Half of my family is black from South Africa and I’m very proud of where I come from.”

But her mea culpa wasn’t fully accepted by the masses, many of whom took issue with the “Tia Tamera” singer touting her South African heritage after using a racial slur that would undoubtedly offend her own family.

She followed up the apology Tuesday with a more detailed explanation on Instagram Live, denying once again that she participates in racist chatrooms. She also understands why many fans believe she may have an issue with self-hatred as a black woman, admitting that she often feels insecure about her natural hair.

As for her use of a racial slur, she claimed she was intoxicated. “Yes, this is me 100% f–king excusing my dumbass behavior. I’m dumb, but I’m also drunk … in this video, I’m being completely f–king blackout drunk and completely f–king dumb … this is where I’m saying ‘shut the f–k up, you,’ and then I say — with a hard R — the N-word.”

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Just before blaming it on the alcohol, the Los Angeles native also addressed leaked song “Dindu Nuffin,” a phrase often used to mock victims of police brutality. Many believe it was a direct reference to Sandra Bland.

“It was in no way tied to anything outside of my own personal experience. It was written in response to people who often used that term to hurt me. I made an attempt to flip its meaning, but recognize that it was a bad decision to use the term in my music.”

Doja is the latest entertainer to be abandoned by much of her fanbase, but we’ve also seen Camila Cabello, Cardi B, Kanye West and several other “canceled” celebs come back stronger than ever thanks to support from the very crowd who once shamed their behavior.

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Lisa Rinna and daughter Delilah dance in matching sheer dresses

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Lisa Rinna and daughter Delilah dance in matching sheer dresses

Lisa Rinna loves to dance, and it seems the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, 56, showed off her moves and her body in a new video with her 21-year-old daughter Delilah Hamlin.

“Dancing with Delilah!,” Rinna captioned the clip of the pair dancing to Madonna’s “Who’s That Girl,” adding, “@cultgaia sent us these cute dresses #twinning.”

Hamlin sported Cult Gaia’s semi-sheer knit dress ($358) in beige, while Rinna wore the same style in a rust hue.

While many commenters seemed hung up on the sheer factor, plenty of others loved the moment between mom and daughter. “#mommy and #babygirl,” Kelly Ripa commented. Added a fan, “I see where your daughter gets her moves from now. Shake what yo momma gave you girlfriend!”

During the coronavirus pandemic, Rinna has ramped up her dancing videos, often sporting lingerie, shapewear or bikinis while busting a move. She even joined TikTok, where she’s enlisted Delilah and sister Amelia Hamlin to join in her various antics.

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The secret to life? Dance like everyone is watching.

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