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Valentina Sampaio Hopes to Inspire Transgender Youth With History-Making SI Swimsuit Announcement

Brazilian model Valentina Sampaio has been enlisted to grace the pages of the iconic Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, making her the first transgender woman to receive the honor. The 23 year old, who has also posed for lingerie giant Victoria's Secret, will be seen in a sultry photoshoot in the publication's 2020 edition. Photographed at the picturesque Scrub Island in British Virgin Islands by Josie Clough, Valentina turns up the glam factor and drips in sex appeal. Showcasing her toned physique, the model shows off skimpy one-shoulder swimsuits and bandeau bikinis. Along with Valentina, the SI Swim Issue 2020, to be launched on July 21, 2020, will also feature Brooks Nader, Jospehine Skriver, Lorena Duran, Kim Riekenberg, Marquita Pring, Anita Marshall and Hyunjoo Hwang as one of the eight Rookie models.

Valentina Sampaio Makes History as Sports Illustrated’s First Trans Model


July, 2020 (Long Island, NY) – While watching attentively at the protests that have been filling the streets of America, 15 year old Singer/Songwriter Robert Eberle felt inspired to write a song entitled “Enough”; which aims to affect a positive change in the fight against systemic racism in the United States - and all around the world. He then enlisted friends Ethan Felizzari/Versa the band (whom Robert collaborated with on "Hate Me" in 2019) and CK Records Management Division artist Don Da Menace to create this poignant and memorable tribute to an important cause - the #BlackLivesMatter movement.

Produced and Engineered by Colton Lava, “Enough” (with Versa the Band & Don Da Menace) is now available on Spotify, Apple Music and all the major services. The video for the track is also available on YouTube.

"When is it enough?? I am upset by what I see from those who are supposed to be protecting all of us from harm, and by what I hear from the so called leaders of our country about it", Robert said, "The constitution is supposed to provide equality and liberty for everyone, regardless of your race, and that just doesn’t seem to always happen - especially for those in the Black community. It's wrong and it needs to change, now. Young people especially are just fed up and even though a lot of us can't vote - yet - our generation isn't just going to sit by and do nothing".

LISTEN TO ENOUGH ON SPOTIFY

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR ENOUGH ON YOUTUBE

Check out the "Enough" merchandise here!

Learn how to help the Black Lives Matter Movement here!

About Robert Eberle:

A Long Island native, Robert Eberle has been singing for most of his life. Eberle is a young, versatile singer & songwriter. Robert writes all of his own music, lyrics and works with various producers to create unique moments within his songs. Each one of Eberle’s songs are stories and moments into his life and others around him. Eberle has finally found his sound. Influences like Finneas & Billie Eilish helped to create Eberle’s genre as one that is Alternative meets Pop Rock. His new single, “Enough” is now available on ITunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, and Apple Music. You can also find the “Enough” Music Video on Eberle’s Youtube Channel. All the proceeds for “Enough” will be donated. You can also contribute by buying the “Enough” Merchandise as well. All of the proceeds from the merchandise will be donated too.

About Versa the Band:


With a name as ambiguous as Versa the Band, you have to wonder, what even is this project? Originating from Long Island, New York, Versa the Band made it a priority to create music that was genreless; a discography for anyone to listen to, not defined in any one box. The band — which isn’t much of a band at all — describes itself as a “Music Collective” of artists who come together to collaborate with founder Ethan Felizzari. VTB’s sound blends Alternative and Hip Hop with traditional Pop, elements of Jazz, Soft Rock & more. Influences include artists like Bon Iver, James Blake, Rosalia, & soul legend Sam Cooke. Versa the Band is currently signed to indie label CK Records (A CK Productions Company) and is expected to release their first full length project in Late Fall 2020.

About Don Da Menace:

Don Da Menace is a NYC based Hip Hop artist whose style can best be defined as “old school” meets “new school”. Don Da Menace has quickly become an artist many in Uptown, NY have been paying attention to. His detailed lyricism & attention to storytelling seems to emulate the likes of Hip Hop greats like Jay-Z, J. Cole & Kendrick Lamar. However, within his lyricism, Don Da Menace always manages to get you moving, having fun & feeling a wide range of emotions. His flow is remarkable, his style is impeccable and his love for NYC is deep rooted — all of which you can hear clearly in his music. Don Da Menace is currently working on his largest full length mixtape to be released in August 2020.

Amanda Holden displaying her stunning style as she donned a skin-tight nude top while heading to work at Heart Radio

Amanda Holden headed to work at Heart Radio and put on an eye-popping display of her perky assets clad in a figure-hugging ensemble. The 49 year old, judge on Britain's Got Talent, was seen wearing a tight ribbed top paired with a matching mini skirt, and looked both sexy and chic.

Putting her trim and toned torso on show, the celebrity gave major hot-secretary vibes and instantly caught the eye in her ribbed ensemble, which was a sophisticated nude hue. Nude heels and a pair of oversized tortoise-shell shades completed her outfit for the rainy day.

Amanda Holden – Leaving Global Radio Studios in London


Ariana Grande shares a sweet kiss with her boyfriend Dalton Gomez

Pop star Ariana Grande went Instagram official with her boyfriend Dalton Gomez as she shared a couple of pictures from her festive horror film–themed birthday party on Friday. Turning 27, the songstress celebrated with her friends and Dalton, and in one picture is also seen sharing a sweet kiss with her latest beau.

Planting a kiss on her cheek, Dalton and Ariana are all smiles in the picture and are clearly much in love. Ariana's birthday party was decked in pretty floral arrangements, inspired by the sinister set design of last year's indie horror hit Midsommar.

Also locking lips with Dalton, who is a real estate agent, the songstress looked content and the couple shared many a happy moments, looking as if they will burst into smiles and laughter.

Clad in white sweater crop top that put her toned midriff on show, Ariana's look was paired with a lustrous white satin skirt. A towering dramatic flower crown was also added to her look, that paid homage to Florence Pugh's headgear in Midsommar.





Millie Bobby Brown Stars in Netflix’s Enola Holmes

Fame of 'Stranger Things', Millie Bobby Brown after her successful ongoing role as 'Eleven', grabs another Netflix venture. Starring as Sherlock Holmes' teen sister in the upcoming Netflix movie Enola Holmes, Millie Bobby Brown is ready to impress. Based on the namesake book series by Nancy Springer, the movie is directed by Fleabag and director Harry Bradbeer of 'Killing Eve', and is written by Jack Thorne.

Millie Bobby Brown stars as the title character, and is also a producer on the movie. The role of her older brother, Sherlock, is played by 'Superman' Henry Cavill, while Sam Claflin will be playing their sister Mycroft Holmes. A-list actress Helena Bonham Carter will play their mother Eudoria Holmes, and the movie will be based on her disappearance with Millie playing the quest to find her.


The movie will be set in the year 1884, and will begin on Enola’s 16th birthday, when she discovers her mother missing. Enola sets off to find her mother, outwitting her famous brother Sherlock, and becoming a super-sleuth in her own right. The movie also dwells along a dangerous conspiracy around a mysterious young Lord.


Adding some drama around the release of the movie, Variety reports that the estate of Arthur Conan Doyle is suing Netflix for copyright and trademark issues relating to the film's portrayal of Sherlock. The famous detective is showcased to possess emotions, even as most of the stories have slipped past the 95-year window for copyright protection in the U.S. The estate claims that the movie depicts Sherlock as warm and friendly, however, it is not yet clear if Netflix has responded to the lawsuit.

Enola Holmes will be released on Netflix this September.

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