Justin Bieber Praises Simone Biles’ Olympics Decision & Reveals How He Relates: ‘Nobody Will Ever Understand’
“nobody will ever understand the pressures you face! I know we don’t know each other but I’m so proud of the decision to withdraw. It’s as simple as – what does it mean to gain the whole world but forfeit your soul,” he wrote.
“Sometimes our no’s are more powerful than our yes’s. When what you normally love starts to steal your joy it’s important we take a step back to evaluate why,” he continued.
“People thought I was crazy for not finishing the purpose tour but it was the best thing I could have done for my mental health!! So proud of you @simonebiles.”
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They were also joined by InStyle editor-in-chief Laura Brown.
If you remember, January played Betty Draper, Christina played Joan Harris and Kiernan was Sally Draper.
“Girls night! 💃🏼coulda sat there all night ladies, I missed you so. ❤️#spritesreunite 😉” January wrote on her Instagram.
Kiernan commented on the post, “I love us,” in all caps.
“okay the girls are back!!!” Kiernan added on her account.
“Was permitted to crash the Madwomen Summit. 😊 @januaryjones @kiernanshipka @actuallychristinahendricks (Without my big head in Stories),” Laura jokingly wrote. Kiernan commented, “Thank you, master of ceremonies Laura Brown.”
The ladies’ mini Mad Men reunion comes just after the show’s 14th anniversary. It first premiered on July 19, 2007 on AMC, and ran for seven seasons.
Check out the gallery for 30+ photos from the mini Mad Men reunion!
The pair work together at the Oppenheim Group, which he cofounded.
If the photos aren’t enough confirmation, several of their co-stars on the hit Netflix show are also confirming the pair have been dating via comments on the post.
Click through the gallery to check out the photos that Chrishell posted confirming her romance, as well as the comments from their co-stars…
Dusty Hill has sadly died.
The legendary bassist for ZZ Top passed away at the age of 72, the group’s rep confirmed Wednesday (July 28), via Variety.
A cause of death was not revealed, but the band issued a statement.
“We are saddened by the news today that our Compadre, Dusty Hill, has passed away in his sleep at home in Houston, TX. We, along with legions of ZZ Top fans around the world, will miss your steadfast presence, your good nature and enduring commitment to providing that monumental bottom to the ‘Top’. We will forever be connected to that ‘Blues Shuffle in C.’ You will be missed greatly, amigo,” said Billy Gibbons and Frank Beard.
Earlier in the month, the two played performances without Dusty Hill and said that he needed medical attention regarding an alleged hip issue, but that per his request, the band would continue on without him.
Dusty Hill was born in Dallas in 1949, and he played in local bands before joining ZZ Top in Houston back in 1970, staying in the group for over five decades. They celebrated their 50th anniversary together in February of 2020.
The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004.
Our thoughts are with Dusty Hill‘s loved ones at this difficult time. We have sadly lost all of these stars in 2021.