Entertainment TikTok User Points Out That ‘Glee’ Filled Auditorium With Creepy Dummies
TikTok pulls out of Hong Kong due to new security law
Pompeo says US ‘certainly looking at’ banning TikTokGlobal tech companies operating in Hong Kong have expressed concern that the new law could force them to comply with China’s draconian censorship standards and possibly send user data to the mainland. Google, Facebook, and Twitter have already stopped processing requests for user data from the Hong Kong government.
The cast ofmay have sold out arenas in real life, but it seems the New Directions had more trouble filling seats.
Auser is going viral for pointing out that the audience in a November 2012 episode of the Fox series was filled with replicas of human beings instead of real people.
“So I’m just noticing in Glee, there are dummies in the crowd,” the social media user quipped. “I feel like I’m in the House of Wax.”
Wells Fargo reportedly bars employees from using TikTok on company mobile devices
It’s the latest company to raise concerns about TikTok securityIt’s the latest company to raise security concerns about employees using the popular video-sharing app, which hit 2 billion downloads in April. On Friday, Amazon said it sent an email “in error” to employees asking them to remove TikTok from mobile devices with Amazon email addresses. The company later clarified that there had been “no change to our policies right now with regard to TikTok.
The season 4 episode of dramedy with the goof titled, “Thanksgiving,” follows Quinn Fabray (), Santana Lopez ( ), Mercedes Jones ( ), Mike Chang ( .) and Puck’s ( ) return to high school to help the new glee club prepare for sectionals.
THIS NEEDS TO BE SEEN. IM TERRIFIED. RYAN MURPHY EXPLAIN.
Glee, which also starred(Rachel Barry), (Finn Hudson), (Will Schuester), (Brittany Pierce) and (Sue Sylvester), ran for six seasons. While the series finale of the Fox show aired in 2015, Glee recently who joined the cast during season 6, accused through “traumatic microaggressions.”
Facebook is killing Lasso, its first TikTok clone
Lasso. Remember Lasso? You know, Facebook’s attempt to build a version of TikTok, with the ability to do short video clips with music and effects. But, with that sheen of it being yet another attempt for Facebook to crush its competition by cloning it. Unfortunately, despite rolling out to several countries and offering support for a number of languages, Lasso hasn’t exactly set the world on fire. And so, the company is killing the app on July 10th, mark the date in your calendar. Facebook Lasso Landing If you are a Lasso user, then you’ve got until then to download any videos you want to save and prepare any memorials you’re planning.
As more cast members, including Morris and Riley, publicly addressed Michele’s alleged behavior on the set, the pregnant Scream Queens
“Whether it was my privileged position and perspective that caused me to be perceived as insensitive or inappropriate at times or whether it was just my immaturity and me just being unnecessarily difficult, I apologize for my behavior and for any pain which I have caused,” Michele wrote in part on June 3. “We all can grow and change and I have definitely used these past several months to reflect on my own shortcomings.”
Morrison, 41, was the most recent
“I honestly think it’s a distraction of the bigger issues that are going on right now. It’s kind of like, ‘Ah,’” the actor, who briefly dated Michele in the past, said on FUBAR Radio’s Access All Areas on June 24. “You want to be a good, pleasant person to be around. That’s about all I’m going to say on that.”
Glee is currently streaming on Netflix.
Donald Trump plans to ban TikTok and other Chinese apps .
© MANDEL NGAN / AFP Donald Trump, May 21, 2020 in the White House. Donald Trump and Mike Pompeo, the US foreign chief, have both said they would like to ban the Chinese app they suspect of spying. The American president said on Tuesday July 7 that he was studying the possibility of banning from the Chinese application TikTok , in the context of strong tensions between Washington and Beijing. "This is something we are studying," , said Donald Trump in an interview with host Greta Van Susteren.