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Entertainment EXCLUDED Golden Globes: the manufacturing secrets of the Louis Vuitton dress worn by Kate Hudson

18:05  01 march  2021
18:05  01 march  2021 Source:   elle.fr

'Emily in Paris' producers flew Golden Globes judges out to Paris for luxury set visit in 2019, report says

  'Emily in Paris' producers flew Golden Globes judges out to Paris for luxury set visit in 2019, report says Golden Globes voters were given a luxury tour of the "Emily in Paris" set, the LA Times reported. Over 30 Globes voters were reportedly part of the trip. Earlier this year, "Emily in Paris" received two controversial Golden Globes nominations. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Producers of Netflix's Euro-comedy "Emily in Paris" flew over 30 Golden Globes voters to France for a luxury visit of the show's set, the Los Angeles Times reported in a new investigation.

Le Congo, l’Afghanistan et le Soudan du Sud au bord de la famine, alertent la Croix rouge et Oxfam © Pixabay Congo, Afghanistan and South Sudan on the verge of famine, alert the Red Cross and Oxfam Several associations, including the Red Cross, Oxfam and Save the Children, believe that the Covid-19 crisis could well be doubled by a humanitarian crisis and famine in many developing countries!

The Covid-19 crisis, which has already killed 2.5 million, risks starving poor countries, alert several British associations specializing in international aid. They warned Monday against the risk of an increase in famine and the humanitarian crisis in some fragile countries due to the pandemic. Parts of Yemen and South Sudan are already on the brink of famine , which is also threatening Afghanistan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, according to a report by the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC), which brings together 14 associations including the British Red Cross, Oxfam and Save the children.

Amy Poehler and Tina Fey's Best Golden Globes Moments

  Amy Poehler and Tina Fey's Best Golden Globes Moments Let's take a look back at the duo's best and most controversial jokes.The duo hosted the Golden Globes for three years straight from 2013 to 2015, bringing us plenty of memorable moments and clever jokes that had even A-listers in the audience stunned. Let's take a look back at their best and most controversial one-liners.

The population's support for the vaccine against Covid-19 is on the rise in several countries, according to a study by the Kekst CNC firm. In France, 59% of respondents say they are ready to receive a vaccine or have already done so, against 40% in December. The increase is more spectacular in Sweden, with 76% of favorable responses against 51% in September. The UK membership rate is highest, 89%. On the other hand, the people questioned are much more critical about the effectiveness of the deployment of vaccination in their country. While 3 out of 4 Britons welcome a rapid implementation, the ratio collapses to 32% in the United States, 22% in France and 20% in Sweden.

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What to expect from the Golden Globe Awards

  What to expect from the Golden Globe Awards Tina Fey and Amy Poehler return to host the year's first major film and TV awards ceremony on Sunday.The ceremony, which recognises excellence in film and television, is being held virtually this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

French President Emmanuel Macron called on Monday to "hold" another "4 to 6 weeks" before be able to loosen certain constraints in the face of the epidemic, during an exchange with young people. While the indicators are on the rise in France, new restrictive measures could be imposed in around twenty departments.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Monday urged New Zealanders to 'reprimand' those breaking the restrictions as anger mounts over a series of offenses that have forced Auckland to be re-confined for at least seven days. The country has only recorded 26 coronavirus-related deaths, but Ms Ardern recalled that everyone must cooperate.

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Globally, the United States is the most affected country with 513,092 deaths, followed by Brazil (254,942), Mexico ( 185,715), India (157,157) and the United Kingdom (122,849).

PHOTOS January Jones and Kiernan Shipka reproduce their 2011 Golden Globes look .
© Instagram PHOTOS January Jones and Kiernan Shipka reproduce their 2011 Golden Globes look As she prepared for the 2021 Golden Globes, January Jones has found in her closet the Versace dress she wore at the 2011 ceremony. Kiernan Shipa, who played her daughter in Mad Men at the time, also redesigned her look at the time. The 2021 edition of the Golden Globes, largely dominated by The Crown series, took place this Sunday, February 28.

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