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Chrissy Teigen’s Daughter Luna, 5, Hilariously Hides Under Her Gown At VAX Live Concert — Pics



The train on Chrissy Teigen’s gorgeous orange gown was lifted up by her adorable daughter Luna as they posed for eye-catching photos at Global Citizen’s pro-vaccine event.

Chrissy Teigen‘s daughter Luna, 5, had a little fun with her mom’s dress at Global Citizen’s VAX Live concert on May 2! The adorable tot, who was wearing her own pastel-colored dress and white sandals, hid under the long train section of the pretty orange choice, which was also a mini dress, as she helped to lift it up while photographers took cute photos of the duo backstage. Chrissy, 35, couldn’t help but laugh during some moments when she spotted her mini me being cheeky.

Chrissy Teigen’s daughter Luna hides under the train of her gown at the VAX Live concert. (Shutterstock)

In addition to the funny antic backstage, Luna stole the show on the carpet of the event when she continued to lift up the train and hide under it while also running off and out of sight at one point in the middle of Chrissy’s entrance. It was definitely a highlight of the event, which was meant to celebrate the new COVID-19 vaccines with various celebs, including Prince Harry, Jennifer Lopez, and Ben Affleck.

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Chrissy Teigen poses on the carpet of the VAX Live concert event. (Shutterstock)

When people weren’t paying attention to Luna, Chrissy wowed in her dress, which she paired with tan strappy heels. She also had her long blondish locks down and parted in the middle and showed jewelry that included gold rings and dangling earrings. After participating in the upcoming streamed event, she took to Instagram to show off photos of her sitting and relaxing in her dress as well as a funny caption expressing gratitude for being a part of it.

“was truly an honor even to f*ck up my lines in front of 20,000 people. I missed that. I miss people so much,” she wrote. “I miss making people smile and laugh. My purpose. This week I learned the word “mudita” – sympathetic joy, joy from giving others joy. That is me. That is my joy! Thank you @glblctzn and @caseypattersontv for having me at #vaxlive!!”

Chrissy’s VAX Live appearance comes over a year since we last saw her at a red carpet event. The beauty went to the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Feb. 2020 , her last event before the COVID-19 pandemic caused cancellations of all events around the world.

Chrissy and other stars can be seen at the VAX Live concert when it premieres on ABC, CBS and YouTube on May 8 at 8 p.m. ET.

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Telugu veteran playback singer G Anand passes away due to COVID 19



G Anand was undergoing treatment at Tirumala Hospital in B.N. Reddy Nagar for COVID-19. He was 67.

Telugu veteran playback singer G Anand passes away due to COVID 19

South Indian film industry has lost another talented singer this week due to COVID-19. Veteran playback singer G. Anand succumbed to COVID-19 on Thursday. According to media reports, his oxygen saturation fell to 55 and he could not get a ventilator on time. He was 67. Several close people and among the circle appealed for help on social media while he was undergoing treatment at Tirumala Hospital in B.N. Reddy Nagar. 

Playback singer Venu tagged RRR movie makers and Pushpa producers Mythri Movie Makers as he appealed for help on Twitter. “Senior Singer #GAnand Garu is in Very Critical condition. He is admitted at Tirumala Hospital B.N.Reddy Nagar. Oxygen levels have come down to 55 & he is in need of a ventilator which is not readily available in that hospital. So kindly RT & help him.” 

Take a look at the tweet below: 

G. Anand started his career in Chennai with the movie Amerika Ammayi in 1976. His song Oka venuvu vinipinchenu anuraaga geethika from the film in a G.K. Venkatesh’ composition became a huge hit. He also started his musical group called “Swara Madhuri’ and did a lot of live shows with his team all over the world. 

RIP, G Anand! 

Also Read: Ovvoru Pookalume fame singer Comagan passes away at 48; Director Cheran says ‘He was the eyes of 25 families’ 

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Longtime Grey’s Anatomy actor Jesse Williams is leaving the show



SPOILERS: Do not read this article if you have not watched the May 6 episode of Grey’s Anatomy.

Jesse Williams, who has played surgeon Jackson Avery on Grey’s Anatomy since the show’s sixth season, will be leaving the ABC medical drama at the end of this season, its 17th. Williams’ final episode, titled ‘Tradition,’ will air on May 20.

ABC confirmed Williams’ departure to Variety and provided statements from the actor and from Grey’s Anatomy showrunner, Krista Vernoff.

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Jesse Williams plays surgeon Jackson Avery on Grey’s Anatomy. (Walt Disney Television via Getty)

“Jesse Williams is an extraordinary artist and activist,” Vernoff said. “Watching his evolution these past 11 years both on screen and off has been a true gift. Jesse brings so much heart, such depth of care, and so much intelligence to his work. We will miss Jesse terribly and we will miss Jackson Avery — played to perfection for so many years.”

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Over the years, the character of Jackson has evolved from being a privileged plastic surgeon to a caring doctor focusing on inequities in health care, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This season, Jackson has found closure with other Grey’s Anatomy characters, including his mother, Catherine Avery (Debbie Allen) — and in Thursday’s episode, with his ex-wife April, played by Sarah Drew, who left the show in 2018.

The pressure is on as a determined Bailey tackles her first day as Chief; meanwhile, April’s marriage is in jeopardy and she finds herself unable to address her problems; Meredith struggles to juggle all her responsibilities and Amelia works to define her relationship with Owen, on “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 (8:00–9:00 p.m., ET) on the Walt Disney Television via Getty Images Television Network. (Photo by Adam Taylor/Walt Disney Television via Get (Walt Disney Television via Getty)

In a statement, Williams said: “I will forever be grateful for the boundless opportunities provided me by Shonda, the network, studio, fellow castmates, our incredible crew, Krista, Ellen, and Debbie. As an actor, director and person, I have been obscenely lucky to learn so much from so many and I thank our beautiful fans, who breathe so much energy and appreciation into our shared worlds.

“The experience and endurance born of creating nearly 300 hours of leading global television is a gift I’ll carry always. I am immensely proud of our work, our impact and to be moving forward with so many tools, opportunities, allies and dear friends.”

The news that Williams is leaving Grey’s Anatomy was first reported by Deadline.

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L.A. Pride Parade Canceled For Second Year In A Row, COVID-19 Cited



The L.A. Pride parade, one of the nation’s oldest and largest LGBTQ celebrations, is being canceled for the second year in a row.

Although the pandemic is easing in California, parade organizers said the large scale of the event made planning difficult. They vowed to return in 2022 and said they are working on that event now

“Safety was our No. 1 priority,” said Sharon-Franklin Brown, board president of Christopher Street West, the nonprofit organization that produces LA Pride. “It takes time to put on a parade, [and] we were not sure we were going to be where we’re at now, which is this amazing space where everything is opening up.”

The L.A. Pride parade is usually held each June during Pride Month. It was set for June 15 this year, a date when the state plans to fully reopen.

Instead of the parade, producers Christopher Street West will host a concert with TikTok that will livestream on the app June 10. The Thrive with Pride show will feature Charli XCX and LGBTQ artists that have not yet been announced.

There will also be a television special on KABC-TV at 9 p.m. on June 12.

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