One Of The Contestants On “The Bachelor” Has Absolutely Slammed The Show

The Bachelor Australia is an unscripted show and all participants are fully aware of the cameras and know they can be recorded at any time.

We, as producers, in addition to our duty of care, provide a strong support network to all participants. Often in these highly intense situations, we want the bachelors and bachelorettes to be aware of all the options available to them, so they feel comfortable with the decision they ultimately make.”

23 Interesting Facts About Kylie Jenner

1. Kylie has the eighth highest amount of Instagram followers.

2. Kylie once said in an interview that she “can’t remember a time” when she wasn’t in the spotlight. KUWTK starting when she was 9 years old.

3. Kylie was homeschooled during her last few years in high school and would learn for about three or four hours a day.

4. In 2017, Kylie was the 59th highest paid celeb of the year, according to Forbes. She was the youngest person on the list (she was 19 at the time).

5. In 2012, Kylie and Kendall began collaborating with PacSun for an exclusive clothing line that is still sold in stores today.

6. Kylie says she steals clothes from Kim and Kendall the most.

7. Kylie’s middle name is Kristen.

8. Kylie “rapped” on Burberry Perry’s song “Beautiful Day” with best friend Jordyn Woods.

9. In 2015, Kylie sought out the rights to register the name “Kylie” for advertising and endorsement services, but was unable to after Kylie Minogue filed a notice of opposition, “citing possible confusion and ‘damage’ to her branding.”

10. Kylie co-wrote a young adult fiction novel which centered on a dystopian world with Kendall and ghostwriter Maya Sloan.

11. Kylie was a guest on an episode of America’s Next Top Model.

12. Kylie first met Caitlyn Jenner over FaceTime after she had her wisdom teeth removed.

13. Although she doesn’t use filters all that often, Kylie loves to use VSCO to edit her photos.

14. Kylie’s favorite emoji is the red matte heart that resembles the one from the card deck.

15. Kylie’s first dog, Norman, was a Christmas gift from her ex Tyga.

16. Kylie’s first phone was a white LG Chocolate.

17. Kylie’s nickname in high school was Kandy.

18. Kylie’s favorite show is currently The Handmaid’s Tale.

19. If she weren’t famous, Kylie has said that she’d be a makeup artist.

20. Kylie has said that she wanted a baby by age 30.

John Green's New Book Cover Was Revealed On “GMA” And Things Got Awkward Real Quick

Here’s the whole thing:

“Sixteen-year-old Aza never intended to pursue the mystery of fugitive billionaire Russell Pickett, but there’s a hundred-thousand-dollar reward at stake and her Best and Most Fearless Friend, Daisy, is eager to investigate. So together, they navigate the short distance and broad divides that separate them from Russell Pickett’s son, Davis.

Aza is trying. She is trying to be a good daughter, a good friend, a good student, and maybe even a good detective, while also living within the ever-tightening spiral of her own thoughts.

In his long-awaited return, John Green, the acclaimed, award-winning author of Looking for Alaska and The Fault in Our Stars, shares Aza’s story with shattering, unflinching clarity in this brilliant novel of love, resilience, and the power of lifelong friendship.”

Raven-Symoné Just Answered Everything We Wanted To Know About “That's So Raven” And It's Nostalgic AF

Let’s just get straight to the point: Raven Baxter — and all of her crazy visions, insane antics, and outrageous costumes — was pretty much the highlight of the early 2000s. And while it’s been a decade since That’s So Raven graced our TV screens, things are finally starting to look up, because the iconic on-screen duo Raven-Symoné and Anneliese van der Pol are back once again with the brand new spinoff, Raven’s Home.

In celebration of the new series, Raven stopped by BuzzFeed New York to answer everything you’ve always wanted to know about her iconic roles in That’s So Raven, Zenon Girl of the 21st Century, and much more. Here’s what we learned.

“How would you say you and your character Raven Baxter have changed between That’s So Raven and Raven’s Home?”

RS: Well Raven Baxter has changed, she has two kids, they’re twins. She has a job, she’s divorced from Devon, and she’s a grown woman. Raven-Symoné

— I came out and I’m an artist, I’m a painter.

“If you had to choose between ‘Oh snap!’ or ‘Ya nasty,’ which one would you give up?”

RS: I’d not say “Ya nasty” anymore. Because it’s like a petite couture word, it has to be worthy.

“What was your overall favorite thing about being a part of That’s So Raven?”

RS: It would have to be the camaraderie we had behind the scenes. We had SUCH a fun time, I don’t know how many cakes I’ve had in my face and hair, all of the costumes we had, and the fact that we were a family. And it just goes to show we were because a lot of the crew, hair and makeup team and everyone came back for the installment of Raven’s Home.

That’s So Raven discussed issues like body-shaming, will similar issues also be presented on Raven’s Home?”

RS: Yes, similar issues will be presented as the seasons continue. As for this season, we touch on some topics, but not as in depth as that one, not as in depth as body shaming. We touch on wearing makeup when you’re not supposed to and stealing it, ways of mothering, ways of parenting, and lots of other topics with the kids. But we’re gonna dive into the real ones if we get a second season for sure.

“Who was your favorite on-screen boyfriend?”

RS: Let’s see, my favorite on-screen boyfriend would have to be Devon, only because he was like my friend too. And we were cool, and we work together now, and we’ve always kept in touch. He’s cool peoples. He’s not like, weird. It’s okay. I like him.

“Did you ever improvise lines in That’s So Raven or will you in Raven’s Home?”

RS: I did not improvise that much on That’s So Raven in the very beginning. As we all got comfortable with who Raven Baxter was and I understood the guidelines of what I could and could not say on Disney, there were ad libs such as “Ya nasty,” and “Oh snap!” As I go into Raven’s Home, it’s funny because I tell the kids, “You can’t ad lib yet!” And they’re like, “Why!” And I’m like, “I don’t know, it just is, it works, I promise! I hate it too, but do it!” So that’s just how it is right now, it’s fun, and I’m just trying my best not to ad lib. They used to call me AW (As Written), ‘cause I just wouldn’t do it. And now my memory’s real bad, oh, I feel so bad for them.

Sansa's Costume On “Game Of Thrones” Has A Message For Littlefinger

Sansa has used her hair and clothing to send very deliberate messages to her allies and her enemies on multiple occasions. The “dark Sansa” outfit she wore in Season 5, for instance, was an indication that she was well and truly a player in the game, with costume designer Michele Clapton explaining that her necklace specifically was symbolic of her own Needle. In Season 6, when Sansa reunited with Jon and the two of them were seeking allies in the North, she dressed not only herself, but also Jon, in the most Stark-ish clothes possible, reminiscent of Ned and Catelyn.