The singer supports the body neutrality movement, an idea that people don’t need to praise their bodies or focus on how they look, and wants people to stop judging other people’s bodies or scrutinising their own.
With pop stars come pop fans, and those fans have the potential to make or break anything that comes in their way. This week we are taking a look at fan armies of music stars and how they are becoming out of control.
Speaking in open court, US singer Britney Spears asked a judge to end the court conservatorship that has controlled her life and money since 2008.
United States President Joe Biden in a CNN town hall meeting said that the United States would go to war to defend Taiwan if China were to launch an invasion. The president’s statement created a flutter.
Mark Zuckerberg wants to rechristen Facebook Inc., giving the financial powerhouse — and social media hothouse — a fresh identity. While Zuckerberg’s corporate baby has handily weathered prior crises, boasts an enviable global footprint and continues to rake in massive profits, critics have turned it into a pinata for myriad good reasons. Zuckerberg seems to think the best response to all of this is cosmetic.
President Joe Biden and Congress’ top two Democrats strategised on Friday on how to give fresh impetus to their giant domestic legislation as the party continued scaling back the measure in an effort to break the deadlocks that have stalled it for months.
It is amazing to be a resident of the UAE. It is indeed a progressive and forward looking country in the world, which has transformed itself and left it past much behind. It has embraced innovation and development. People feel completely secure and happy here (“UAE is world’s 4th best country to live and work,” Gulf Today online, Oct.20).