Welcome to The WOW Wrap, an update of some news that’ll make you go, WOW!
“When it comes to television, there are varying measures of success. There’s press. There are Emmys. But the true measure of a great show is in seasons — demonstrating its ability to endure on-screen and grow with its audience. Nine seasons in, RuPaul’s Drag Race has carved its legacy in television. But it has come to be seen as art too, particularly in Park City, Utah…”
(via The Advocate)
Kimbra is out of breath when she picks up the phone. She and her band had just been rehearsing for the Primal Heart tour, which was just a day away. You can tell she’s smiling on the other end of the line as she apologizes for the slight delay. The 27-year-old New Zealand pop star mesmerized critics and fans with her vocals on Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know,” for which she won two Grammys in 2011. And having released her last album…” (via Paper)
“Unexpected perk of being Jennifer Lawrence? License to commandeer a plane’s loudspeaker system to root for your favorite sports team.
That’s what happened on a Delta Air Lines flight traveling from New Orleans to Los Angeles Sunday when the “Red Sparrow” actress decided to muster up some cheer for her Philadelphia Eagles, who went on to best the New England Patriots at Super Bowl LII…”
(via Huffington Post)