The Biggest Entertainment Stories From The Week Of July 13

Here are the top stories you may have missed this week.

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Heather Morris' Tribute To Naya Rivera Celebrates Their Friendship

"I know you’re still with me and even though I’m feeling greedy that we don’t get more time together, I cherish every moment we had."


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Natalie Maines On Being 28 & Taking On George W. Bush

The Chicks front woman was blacklisted for critiquing the Iraq War, but her only regret is apologizing.

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This GLAAD Report Shows Trans Visibility In Hollywood Movies Is Almost Non-Existent

GLAAD's 2020 Studio Responsibility Index revealed a massive dip in LGBTQ+ representation onscreen.


Everything You Need To Know About The #FreeBritney Movement

The fan movement has gained new momentum ahead of the pop star's upcoming conservatorship hearing.


Meet Clare Crawley's New Bachelorette Contestants

After her season was postponed due to COVID-19, the men competing for Clare's heart have finally been announced.


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Chrissy Teigen Blocks 1 Million Users On Twitter Amid Epstein Conspiracy Theories

The cookbook author says the unrelenting harassment is making her fear for her family's safety.


Michaela Cole Says I May Destroy You Is A Show About "Deception"

The actor and writer explained how she blended issues of consent, power and race to create the show of the summer.


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Chris Evans’ Political Website, A Starting Point, Is Officially Live

"We hope it can create a little more connectivity ... [and] maybe demystify some issues that people may find daunting.”


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Velma Was Supposed To Be Gay In The Scooby Doo Live-Action Movies

Director James Gunn says the studio forced him to "water down" the character's sexuality in the 2001 film.


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Viola Davis Says Her Role In The Help Felt Like A Betrayal To Herself

“Not a lot of narratives are also invested in our humanity. ... It’s catering to the white audience."