Emma Thompson forcing everyone to dance at Adele's concert was everything.
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Emmys, Nicki Minaj, Britney engagement — this past week in pop culture has felt like a decade, honestly.
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Zendaya's 2019 Met Gala look though. 👀
Indigenous Model Quannah Chasinghorse's Met Gala Glam Exemplified This Year's American Theme — Along With These Other Celebs' Beauty Looks
All of the 1920s-inspired looks >>>>>>.
So much excellence in one place ✨
"There is no American culture without black culture."
"Poetry at the Super Bowl is a feat for art & our country, because it means we're thinking imaginatively about human connection even when we feel siloed," said Gorman.
The 22-year-old, who spoke at the presidential inauguration, will honor three people who have served their communities during the coronavirus pandemic.
In one part of this week's newsletter: How the first national youth poet laureate simply let her work speak for itself — and then the fans followed. Massively.
"I didn't think that I was going to cry during the inauguration but then Amanda Gorman happened."
Amanda Gorman is the youngest poet ever to perform at an inauguration.