This week was shocking and a true roller coaster of emotions. You know what we’re talking about; Trump. Donald trump became president-elect of the United States Of America and with that came a lot of disbelieve and protests. These are the 5 stories you should have read from last week.
Lady Gaga wears Michael Jackson’s jacket
Lady Gaga’s appearance at Hillary Clinton’s final campaign rally drew attention not just for what she said, but also for what she wore. The pop star was wearing a jacket that was previously owned by Michael Jackson. The King of Pop wore the jacket during his visit to the white house in 1990. – Read more on Billboard.com
A New First Lady
On the 9th of November after hours of waiting for the results, history was made when, shockingly, Donald Trump won the 2016 elections. He became President-elect of the United States Of America. In January, Donald Trump will move into the white house and he’ll take Melania Trump with him. The ex-model is the US’ new first lady, but what do we know about her? – Read more on Vogue.com
Hollywood reacts to The Donald as President-elect
As we all know, celebs were supporting Hillary Clinton fiercly. When the news broke down about Trump’s victory and election as President of The United States, they each reacted differently. Lady Gaga and Katy Perry gave each other emotional support when they found out about the (bad) news. Gaga later staged a protest in front of the Trump Tower in New York. – Read more on DailyMail.com
Michelle Obama on the cover of Vogue
We talked about Melania Trump entering the White House, but most of us will miss the Obamas. One of the most popular ones latelly was Michelle, the current first lady. Vogue honored the woman with a cover shoot of their December issue. As we said before, in our article about Michelle Obama’s style, she’s a real cover star. – Read more on Vogue.com
R.I.P. Leonard Cohen
As if there wasn’t enough bad news this week. Leonard Cohen died at the age of 82. Cohen was the dark eminence among a small pantheon of extremely influential singer-songwriters to emerge in the Sixties and early Seventies. He will definitely be missed. Our thoughts go out to his family and friends. – Read more on rollingstone.com
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