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Daily Dish For 3.20.17

 

Katy Perry did more than just kiss a girl.

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The 32-year-old pop singer was honored this weekend by the Human Rights Campaign, where she opened up about her conservative upbringing and sexuality, “I kissed a girl and I liked it…truth be told, I did more than that.”

Katy grew up singing gospel and going to “pro-conversion camps.” She would even attempt to “pray the gay away in Jesus camps.”

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She obviously then eventually came out with her 2008 breakthrough single I Kissed A Girl and was openly supported by the LGBT community. She learned they were “the most free, strong, kind and inclusive people I haver ever met.”

Beauty and the Beast set a record with a $170 million opening in the U.S.

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That’s the best opening for a PG movie, the previous record-holder was last year’s Finding Dory. It was also the best March opening for ANY movie.

All this success means Emma Watson is going to make $$$$! She has already been paid $3 million upfront, but depending on how well the movie does, she could pocket up to $15 million!

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Singersroom reports Rihanna is launching a limited edition sock collection called ‘Murder Rih Wrote’.

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Rihanna says “this an exciting new venture.”

The socks will debut this fall and will cost anywhere from $26 to $30 for a 3-pack.

An autistic Muppet named Julia is going to be introduced on Sesame Street.

Julia Gordon, the puppeteer for Julia and mother of a son with autism says that Julia “means that our kids are important enough to be seen in society…Having Julia on the show and seeing all of the characters treat her with compassion and liker her, it’s huge.”

Great work, Sesame!

 

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