Dance with the stars: Maxime Dereymez confirms his departure from the program in a moving message
© Bestimage Dance with the stars: Maxime Dereymez confirms his departure from the program in a moving message Maxime Dereymez and Dance with the stars , It's finish ! The famous dancer of the TF1 show officially announced that he would not participate in the 12th season. A unpleasant surprise for viewers who learned the news in a moving message posted on Instagram. Season 12 of Dance with Stars promises a lot of changes.
Gwyneth Paltrow is dishing on her famous vagina-scented candles. © Photo by PATRICK T. FALLON/AFP via Getty Images Gwyneth Paltrow
The Goop founder made headlines after the brand began selling a candle called “This Smells Like My Vagina".
During a new interview with "Today", Paltrow explained, "This candle is really like that provocation to say like, ‘It’s amazing to be a woman in every way'."
She continued, "It’s amazing to have that kind of power and you deserve to have that agency."
Paltrow also looked back on her decision to step back from acting in order to focus on her lifestyle brand.
“I think it was probably around the time of winning the Oscar where you go from people kind of being curious about you or discovering you or rooting for you to it all being upended, and people really wanting to tear you down and take great pleasure in it,” she recalled.
"Which ends up being a really beautiful lesson in knowing who you are. Loving the people you love. Being totally in integrity. And like f**k everybody else.”
The 7 Best New Comedies on Netflix in August .
As summer movie premieres slowly begin to taper out, Netflix is adding some classic comedy favorites to its library. Newly streaming on Netflix this month are comedy favorites like John Hughes' "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," a Jane Austen reinterpretation, "Bridget Jones's Diary" and the Ryan Gosling flick "The Nice Guys," in which he stars alongside Russell Crowe in the action-comedy that internet has rediscovered since the premiere of the Netflix original "The Gray Man." Netflix will also be rolling out classic contemporary romantic comedies starring some of TV's biggest names.