Apparently back in 2010, Ed bought a one-way ticket to LA in hopes of making it big. He stopped by Jamie’s satellite radio show, “The Foxxhole,” and introduced himself as an aspiring singer. After doing an impromptu audition, Foxx invited Sheeran back to his ~crib~ to stay, until he essentially got his shit together.
Even though Jamie let him crash, he had to make sure that Ed was worthy. Apparently Foxx told him, “Listen man, I think you’ve got the goods but I’ve got to check you out.”
The 2011 DreamWorks Animation movie Kung Fu Panda 2, directed by Jennifer Yuh Nelson (pictured, left), earned $665.7 million worldwide. And Disney’s 2013 juggernaut Frozen, co-directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee (pictured, right, with producer Peter Del Vecho), earned $1.28 billion globally.
Here’s what she told the publication:
“I think he’s misunderstood,” she says. “Just because I choose to be a socially conscious artist, and I’m pretty good at it, that doesn’t mean every artist is going to be equipped to be politically correct. I don’t think he’s inherently homophobic, I think he’s in a tough place of trying to explain what he means. I agree his apology was bullshit but I can’t police everybody.”
GP: My dad gave me the best advice pertaining to every situation. In my twenties I was having trouble with one of my girlfriends who I had known since grade school and he said, “You can’t make new old friends.” And it really stuck with me. That’s actually a piece of advice I think you can apply to other things too. But it’s like, the value in time. You know, it’s sort of like what you were saying with Cash, like, the value that’s created when two people make a commitment, whether it’s a relationship or a commitment or a parent-child relationship — to commit to the commitment is very powerful.
JA: It is very powerful. I think people who come from my kind of background feel like certain things aren’t meant for you because your circumstance is different. And my mom was always like, you can have absolutely anything you want in this world if you work hard.
GP: It’s true.
JA: And so that stuck with me from day one.
GP: She must be so proud of you! I feel like I always learn something when I sit next to [Jessica]. Like you always are surprising in the best way, with your answers. It was nice to hear what you just said about your mom and your family.
JA: You know what I think is great about our show [Planet of the Apps] is we’re not reality TV folks, obviously. People get to see a side to Gwyneth and I — I got to see and learn a side to her that’s, she’s so freaking smart but so emotionally intelligent. And I think that’s something that you can’t really learn. You either have it or you don’t. I haven’t seen a lot of actresses that have been emotionally intelligent in this way, and I really appreciate it.
GP: Thank you! That was so nice. Thank you.
She told Allure: “I have much more to offer than my physical appearance, and a hijab protects me against [comments like] ‘You’re too skinny,’ ‘You’re too thick,’ ‘Look at her hips,’ ‘Look at her thigh gap.’ I don’t have to worry about that.”
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“I remember because I came in at episode 8, at that time the morale was really low. They kept changing the name of the show. It was Doctors and then Surgeons and then Complications and I was like, ‘What a bullshit show title!’ Grey’s Anatomy is the perfect title. To keep our morale up they started showing us episodes at Friday lunches that were already edited. And I was like, ‘This is a really good show’ and I was so excited to be a part of it.”
If a Phoebe spinoff were to happen, it would’ve been the second time a Friends alum got their own show. From 2004 until 2006, NBC aired Joey, a show about Joey Tribbiani moving from New York City to Los Angeles to focus on his acting career. The network stopped airing the show due to its low ratings.