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‘Little Women: Atlanta’ star Ashley ‘Minnie’ Ross dies at 34 in hit-and-run car crash

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'Little Women: Atlanta' star Ashley 'Minnie' Ross dies at 34 in hit-and-run car crash

Ashley ‘Minnie’ Ross, the star of the reality TV series named ‘Little Women: Atlanta’, was reported dead after a hit-&-run accident while she was in a car on Sunday. The 34-year-old actress suffered massive injuries after the car collided with a vehicle close to 11 p.m. in Atlanta by the Old National Highway.

The news was confirmed by Liz Dixson, her publicist to the Fox News. The actress was taken immediately to the Grady Memorial Hospital following the accident. She was reported to have passed away on Monday at exactly 10:30 p.m., as confirmed by the rep.

The star’s management team went on to share a confirmatory statement on her Instagram account while showing their grief on the incident. The statement denoted the confirmation of the star’s death while asking for privacy on behalf of the family to grieve as they struggle in this difficult time.

The message also said that her memories would stay alive through Tammy Jackson, her mother and Rose Deloney, her grandmother, along with her uncles, aunts, as well as other relatives. The news of her death came along with condolences offered by Shirlene, her co-star as well as Samantha Ortiz.

Michael Leahy has worked in various news organizations and now aims to make Report Door one of the best and fastest growing news websites in the U.S. He contributes to the US section. He loves going around different people in the US and loves meeting new people and making new friends.

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Rudy Giuliani interviews alleged mistress Maria Ryan on radio show

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Rudy Giuliani interviews alleged mistress Maria Ryan on radio show

Rudy Giuliani is pulling out the big guns to hype hydroxychloroquine — his alleged mistress, to be precise.

Beltway insiders were amused to hear the former NYC mayor interview Maria Ryan — the woman with whom Giuliani denied having an affair after ex-wife Judy claimed they were still married when Ryan and Giuliani got together — as a medical expert on his radio show, “Uncovering the Truth.”

The insiders also noted with some glee that he framed her as a medical expert and kept calling her “doctor” — even though her doctorate is in hospital administration and came from an online university that shut down after a failed attempt to become accredited, according to reports.

The pair didn’t mention their off-air relationship during the Memorial Day chat, in which they claimed that hydroxychloroquine is broadly safe and effective to fight COVID-19.

“It’s pretty sad to see Rudy’s decline from ‘America’s mayor’ to hawking snake oil cures on a radio show that no one listens to,” said a DC insider. “At this rate, he’s going to be touting drinking bleach as a coronavirus cure on late-night infomercials before too long.”

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Chris Evans almost rejected ‘Captain America’ over panic attacks

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Chris Evans almost rejected 'Captain America' over panic attacks

Even superheroes can suffer from anxiety.

While he might seem like a paragon of confidence on screen, “Captain America” actor Chris Evans reportedly rejected the star-making role several times due to debilitating panic attacks.

“All of a sudden your hobby becomes your job,” Evans, 38, told the Hollywood Reporter’s “Awards Chatter” podcast of struggling to cope with his meteoric rise. “Anxiety comes with that.”

As a result, the “Avengers” star repeatedly turned down the opportunity to try out for the part of Steve Rogers in 2011’s “Captain America: The First Avenger,” despite a proposed salary increase and an offer to cut his daunting nine-film contract to six flicks.

“My suffering would be my own,” lamented Evans, who worried that the prominent movie role would cause his anxiety to spike. He also feared how he would be viewed on social media as it was “during the proliferation of the internet age where all of a sudden you can read people’s reactions online,” says Evans.

Captain America’s battles with anxiety reportedly began in 2010 while shooting indie film “Puncture.”

“It was the first time I started having mini panic attacks on set,” Evans says, adding that he wasn’t sure if “this [acting] is the right thing for me.”

Despite his repeated rejections, Marvel offered him the role of the star-spangled superhero outright, which Evans finally accepted. He changed his tune after consulting “Avengers” co-star Robert Downey Jr., a therapist and several family friends, who told him not to make decisions based on fear.

“It was the best decision I’ve ever made,” says Evans, who also played Johnny Storm, a k a the Human Torch, in Marvel’s critically panned 2005 flick “Fantastic Four” and its 2007 sequel, “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.”

And he was able to conquer the panic attacks before they became an issue.

“To be honest,” he says, “all the things that I was fearing never really came to fruition.”

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Billie Eilish Slams Body Shaming in ‘Not My Responsibility’ Short Film

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Billie Eilish Slams Body Shaming in 'Not My Responsibility' Short Film

Billie Eilish unveiled her powerful short film, Not My Responsibility. The video originally debuted during the singer’s Where Do We Go? world tour, which was postponed in March due to the COVID-19 crisis.

In the affecting clip produced and written by Eilish, the singer is seen alone in the dark wearing a black hoodie. As she recites her vulnerable, revealing words that slam body shaming and judgmental behavior, she slowly disrobes before sinking into water. She starts by questioning, “Do you know me?” and asks a series of questions about how people perceive her and may want her to be and act. “Would you like me to be smaller? Weaker? Softer? Taller? Would you like me to be quiet? Do my shoulders provoke you?”

“We make assumptions about people based on their size. We decide who they are. We decide what they’re worth,” she concludes in the clip. “If I wear more, if I wear less — who decides what that makes me? What that means? Is my value based only on your perception? Or is your opinion of me not my responsibility?”

On Tuesday, Eilish commemorated Peggy Lee’s 100th birthday during a panel alongside k.d. lang and Black Pumas’ Eric Burton as part of the Grammy Museum’s virtual exhibit and events surrounding the late artist’s centennial birthday.

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