Anybody who’s seen at least one episode of Netflix’s hit series Stranger Things can attest to its mesmerizing plot and super-talented cast, which includes breakout star (and birthday girl!) Millie Bobby Brown. But we’re not the only ones taking note. In fact, Hollywood A-listers (Lea! Laverne! Sophia!) have already pledged their loyalty to Brown and her critically acclaimed performance almost immediately following the show’s premiere episode. And we can’t blame them. Keep scrolling to see which stars can’t get enough of Eleven — err, Millie. KARLIE KLOSS The supermodel couldn’t contain her excitement when she met the young actress, sharing two photos of them posing in the same white leather moto jacket by Calvin Klein. “When you meet your girl crush irl ,” Kloss wrote in the caption of th
Neil Critchley praises inexperienced team after defeat to West Ham Liverpool’s U23s suffer sixth defeat of Premier League 2 season Critchley working with new-look team after flurry of loan moves SEE MORE: Jurgen Klopp hits back at Alberto Moreno criticism Neil Critchley has hailed his young U23s team for their efforts in Saturday’s 1-0 defeat to West Ham.The post Neil Critchley proud of new-look Liverpool U23s after West Ham defeat appeared first on The Empire of The Kop.
Four years ago American freeskier Gus Kenworthy earned a silver medal in the men’s slopestyle event at the 2014 Winter Games — though that achievement was tangled up with a secret he had long been keeping: He was gay. On Sunday, and more than two years after coming out in ESPN the Magazine, Kenworthy returned to the snow to defend his Olympic medal in Pyeongchang, South Korea. This time he was one of two openly gay athletes competing for Team USA, along with figure skater Adam Rippon. (He was also skiing with a broken thumb and a bruised hip.) While Kenworthy, 26, made a strong showing in the slopestyle qualifying earlier Sunday (which aired Saturday night stateside), he turned in three sub-par runs in the final later Sunday and landed in last place. Teammate Nick Goepper, with whom Kenwor
As figure skater Adam Rippon took the ice for his free skate portion of the men’s event at the 2018 Winter Olympics, he was cheered on by friend and fellow out gay athlete Gus Kenworthy. “It was so nice that they came to the event and I’ll be cheering for Gus tomorrow,” Rippon told reporters afterward. “But to have the support of my friends and family here in the audience, it means the world to me.” The 28-year-old was seen giving a wave to Kenworthy, 26, who according to his Instagram was sitting with his boyfriend, Matt Wilkas, and another friend in the stands at the ice arena. The freestyle skier will compete on Sunday in men’s slopestyle, having earned a silver in that same event four years ago. From the stands during figure skating, Kenworthy’s group held up a rainbow flag for Rippon