He wrote, “My mom, Dana, always loves to laugh. Even when her liver & kidney doctors gave us the worst news you could get, my mom looked at us and said, ‘The best thing to do in these situations is to laugh.’ She then chuckled so loud you could hear it to the other end of the hospital. That’s my mom. She’s funny, bull headed, & strong.”
The theory basically came together after three things:
1. A few ~interesting~ lines in Sorry Not Sorry, an autobiography written by Naya Rivera, Lea’s costar.
2. The fact that Lea began her career at such an early age, the only way she’d be able to learn lines is by hearing and memorizing them.
3. According to them, she didn’t have to read music on Glee; she would just hear a song and then record it.
She gets her hair and makeup professionally done for an hour everyday, manis and pedis every week and a half, and her eyebrows done every three weeks. Plus, she gets “teeth whitening, spray tans, laser hair removal, various stomach and thigh-tightening laser [procedures], and takes daily skin and hair vitamins.”
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So, Vanessa Carlton said she supports domestic violence victims not perpetrators. So, she didn’t want to be associated with Chris Brown.
Problem with her statement is he is a victim of domestic violence. He’s spoken publicly about the abuse he suffered as a child. Wild.
I love Issa! Every black woman portrayed on TV doesn’t have to be strong, sassy, and confident. I love that she’s awkward, emotionally immature at times, and a little ratchet. It’s refreshingly relatable to watch her make mistakes and grow as a woman. It’s like watching my 20s. —Resa Leigh, Facebook