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Real-Life Couple Ben Lewis, Blake Lee to Star in Lifetime's First-Ever Gay Romance Christmas Movie
Lifetime has cast married actors Ben Lewis ("Arrow," "The Handmaid's Tale") and Blake Lee ("Fam," "Parks and Recreation") as the stars of "The Christmas Setup," the network's first-ever holiday movie centered on a gay romance. Additionally, the cable channel has set Jacky Lai ("V-Wars"), Tony Giroux ("Motherland: Fort Salem") and Tzi Ma ("Mulan") as the leads of "A Sugar & Spice Holiday," Lifetime's first film focused on an Asian-American family and and featuring an Asian director, writer, casting director and cast.
Need a new Haillan.
Jean-Louis Gasset commented on the rumor Hatem Ben Arfa in Bordeaux this Friday at a press conference. The former Marseille could look like a good deal, he who is free of any contract since his departure from Valladolid. Arrived at the head of a workforcethis summer, the former assistant to Laurent Blanc would welcome the arrival of the one he rubbed shoulders with with the Blues. But don't seem to believe it too much.
" All good players are good ideas ," he commented. But I'm not going to believe in Santa Claus at my age. Hatem Ben Arfa is a creator, a football genius. If it's possible ... but frankly I don't know. »After a more than mixed experience in Spain, HBA could be tempted by a return to a Ligue 1.
The nice present at the foot of the tree?
Opinion: No reason to believe Alabama-Georgia II will end differently, nine other takeaways from Week 7 .
Alabama's offense chugs on. Georgia's QB situation needs attention. Is Heisman race already decided? And Arkansas' Twitter win among Week 7 takeaways.The more immediate issue was whether Alabama’s offense or Georgia’s defense was going to win the battle within the battle; which unit was going to muster a push at the point in the game where it was all up for grabs.