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Priyanka Chopra Jonas becomes the first Indian Celebrity to get featured in BehindTheTweets

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Our very own Desi Girl is all set to outshine the industry yet again. Priyanka Chopra Jonas is promoting her upcoming film, ‘The Sky is Pink’. Apart from being an amazing actor, PeeCee is into various other social activities and conducting campaigns for social welfare.

Spreading her wings wide, Priyanka Chopra is all set to give her debut shot in BehindTheTweets, a micro-blogging site Twitter’s video series.

BehindTheTweets is a video series, shot with various celebrities where each one of them unveils the stories and dark secrets behind their most talked about and controversial tweets.


Priyanka Chopra Jonas has been an active social media influencer for a long time. Among the Hollywood celebrities like the Jonas Brothers, Blake Lively etc, Priyanka Chopra is the first Indian to feature in this video series. The second video is expected to be released soon.

In an interview with Priyanka, she mentioned that re-visiting the old tweets and remembering the stories and episodes behind the same, is fun these days.

While promoting her Shonali Bose directed upcoming film releasing this Friday, she shot her first video, which was released on Monday.

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Priyanka loves writing articles related to Celebrities as she is very passionate about Movies and Entertainment. During her college days, she tried to be a Model and choose a career in Fashion and Modelling. Later after her marriage, she has to drop her thoughts of being a model and rather chose writing. Her passion for fashion and modeling probed her to chose topics related to Celebrities. Thus She writes about the celebrity News for FilmyOne.

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Richard Herd, ‘Seinfeld’ and ‘Star Trek’ actor, dies at age 87

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Richard Herd, 'Seinfeld' and 'Star Trek' actor, dies at age 87

“Seinfeld” actor Richard Herd has died at age 87.

A rep for Herd told The Wrap that veteran character actor died of cancer-related causes, surrounded by his family at home in Los Angeles.

Herd appeared in 11 episodes of the hit series as Mr. Wilhelm — George Costanza’s (Jason Alexander) boss in recurring seasons, while George worked for the Yankees. He acted opposite the show’s caricature of George Steinbrenner, the former Yankee’s owner voiced by the show’s co-creator Larry David.

Richard Herd in 1989's "Gleaming the Cube."
Richard Herd in 1989’s “Gleaming the Cube.”20th Century Fox/Everett Collection

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the Boston-born Herd has said about his “Seinfeld” audition, “It was easy. It was fun. It was very inviting. And as I left, I turned around and said, ‘Look, I have to tell you this. I hope it doesn’t make a difference, but I’m a Red Sox fan.’ And they all threw their scripts at me. The next day they said, ‘Come on out and play with us.’ ”

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In addition to “Seinfeld,” Herd is also known for “All the President’s Men” (he played James W. McCord, Jr), Jordan Peele’s “Get Out,” the original 1983 “V” miniseries as well as its 1984 sequel and he played Captain Sheridan (William Shatner’s boss) on cop drama T.J. Hooker.

He also appeared on several different “Star Trek” series, including “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” “Star Trek: Voyager,” and “Star Trek: Renegades,” and he made his imprint on TV with one-off appearances on a wide range of classic shows, including “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “The O.C.” and “NYPD Blue.”

He’s survived by his wife of 40 years, Patricia Crowder Herd, and his son, daughter, and stepdaughter.

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Alison Roman moving on from New York Times following Chrissy Teigen drama

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Alison Roman moving on from New York Times following Chrissy Teigen drama

Times are tough for Alison Roman.

The food columnist is moving on from her post at the New York Times following her controversial comments about Chrissy Teigen and Marie Kondo.

“This was a huge shake-up for me both personally and professionally, and I’m still processing so much, but know that I’m working on it and thinking about it 24/7,” she wrote on Instagram on Tuesday. “The issues brought to light by this whole thing won’t be fixed overnight, and the healing process for many will be long, but I’m committed to doing the work to make it better.”

She added that her new venture will be a newsletter for those who want to keep up with her recipes and food blogging.

“For the foreseeable future, you can find me in that newsletter I started 3 years ago and never sent out lol. There will be recipes, reader emails, recommendations, and discussions about things that I hope you will like or find helpful,” she announced, adding, “In lieu of the comments section or DMs, I encourage you to submit questions/comments/concerns to [email protected], the idea being to share some of them in the newsletter (I am learning “the comments section” is not the best place for public discourse).”

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Last week Roman’s column was put on temporary hold after she slammed Teigen’s career trajectory as well as Kondo’s business ventures.

“What Chrissy Teigen has done is so crazy to me,” Roman had told The New Consumer. “She had a successful cookbook. And then it was like: Boom, line at Target. Boom, now she has an Instagram page that has over a million followers where it’s just, like, people running a content farm for her. That horrifies me and it’s not something that I ever want to do. I don’t aspire to that.”

And of Kondo, she said, “The idea that when Marie Kondo decided to capitalize on her fame and make stuff that you can buy, that is completely antithetical to everything she’s ever taught you,” Roman said, referring to Kondo’s online store.

Teigen responded by sharing how hurt she was and Twitter users slammed Roman for shading two successful Asian women.

Roman, 34, later said she was sorry for her insensitive comments and acknowledged how her words came from a place of insecurity and white privilege, subsequently ending her beef with Teigen. Kondo has remained silent throughout the public spat.

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The model called on the Times to reinstate Roman last week after they made up but apparently to no avail.

The New York Times did not immediately respond to our request for comment.

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TikTok stars Bryce Hall, Jaden Hossler arrested for pot possession

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TikTok stars Bryce Hall, Jaden Hossler arrested for pot possession

TikTok stars Bryce Hall and Jaden Hossler were arrested for marijuana possession in Giddings, Texas on Tuesday.

A representative for the Lee County Sheriff’s Department confirmed to Page Six that their local Department of Public Safety handled the arrest.

Hall, 20, and Hossler, 19 — who are part of the TikTok collective Sway House — alerted their 6 million followers that they were traveling cross country on Monday, but the duo didn’t make it far.

Newsweek reported on Tuesday that they the pair were already out of custody and had been “bonded out.”

Having two ounces or less of marijuana is considered a misdemeanor in Texas and has a penalty of up to 180 days in jail or a $2,000 fine, according to NORML.

A fan captured the arrest on camera — and of course, shared it on TikTok.

Hall doesn’t seem to be too deterred from his arrest, simply tweeting on Tuesday: “im back [sic].”

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A representative for the Department of Public Safety did not get back to us. Hall’s rep did not return our request for comment.

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