Alexander TamargoGetty Images Khloé Kardashian last made big quarantine news when she TP'd her sister Kourtney's yard while the rest of America scrambled for paper products at the grocery store during a global pandemic. But Twitter seems to have moved on from that debacle to Kardashian's latest Instagram post: This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. Some people are saying Kardashian looks different in this new photo and are posting things like the below. Apparently, Denise Richards has a twin she wasn't aware of, according to some commenters: This content is imported from Twitter. You
With millions of people now confined to their homes and unable to get their daily gym fix, many have turned to home workouts. There are now more HIIT and bum toning workouts on social media than at any point in our lifetimes. But obviously, it’s a lot harder to get the body of your dreams by only doing a 10 minute Instagram Live workout a couple of times a week. So what do you do? Sam Gregory, head trainer at F45 Stratford and FI Clark, head of Yoga at Fly LDN, have both spoken to Daily Star Online to give tips on keeping fit and building muscle during lockdown. Although everyone has more time on their hands now
Last June, 2.5 million people flocked to New York City to celebrate World Pride, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. But Pride is going to look a lot different this year. Organizers across the country are pivoting a month’s worth of parades and festivals into virtual experiences. The good news? Many of these events have been reimagined as benefits or donation drives. Rob Smith, CEO and founder of gender-neutral clothing label The Phluid Project, says this is a long-overdue turning point for the way we celebrate Pride. “This is an opportunity to shift focus away from the spectacle of Pride and onto the heart and soul of the community and the movement we serve,” Smith says.