Chloe Lukasiak Has An Olympian Look-A-Like - Russian Figure Skater Maria Sotskova!

Chloe Lukasiak Has An Olympian Look-A-Like - Russian Figure Skater Maria Sotskova!

We have found Chloe Lukasiak‘s doppelganger!

After watching the ladies’ figure skating competition, we couldn’t help but notice how similar Russian skater Maria Sotskova looked like Chloe.

We’re not sure if anyone else has noticed, but we certainly did. At the end of the competition, Maria was in 8th place.

Check out the side by side below!

FYI: Chloe is pictured below at the Issey Miyake Fragrance Launch held at Milk Studios on Thursday night (February 22) in Los Angeles.

The fragrance, L’Eau d’Issey Nectar de Parfum, is available in Ulta stores this month.

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Olympian Gus Kenworthy Rescues Pup From South Korean Dog Meat Farm

Olympian Gus Kenworthy Rescues Pup From South Korean Dog Meat Farm

Gus Kenworthy is finishing up another Winter Olympics by saving dogs in need.

The Team USA Olympic skier shared his latest experience with fans on Instagram on Friday (February 23) during the 2018 Winter Olympics, explaining that he and his boyfriend Matthew Wilkas adopted a puppy named Beemo from one of South Korea’s numerous dog meat farms.

“This morning Matt and I had a heart-wrenching visited to one of the 17,000 dog farms here in South Korea,” Gus captioned the slideshow below. “Across the country there are 2.5 million dogs being raised for food in some of the most disturbing conditions imaginable. Yes, there is an argument to be made that eating dogs is a part of Korean culture. And, while [I] don’t personally agree with it, I do agree that it’s not my place to impose western ideals on the people here. The way these animals are being treated, however, is completely inhumane and culture should never be a scapegoat for cruelty.”

Beemo was one of 90 dogs living in cold, cramped outdoor cages and neglectful, cruel conditions.

Good news: Gus shared that the farm they visited is being shut down, and all of the pups are being flown to the U.S. and Canada, where they will be put up for adoption with the help of Humane Society International.

“I’m hoping to use this visit as an opportunity to raise awareness to the inhumanity of the dog meat trade here in Korea and the plight of dogs everywhere, including back home in the US where millions of dogs are in need of loving homes!” Gus added. “Go to @hsiglobal’s page to see how you can help.”

Gus also rescued five stray dogs at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

See his full post below.

This morning Matt and I had a heart-wrenching visited to one of the 17,000 dog farms here in South Korea. Across the country there are 2.5 million dogs being raised for food in some of the most disturbing conditions imaginable. Yes, there is an argument to be made that eating dogs is a part of Korean culture. And, while don't personally agree with it, I do agree that it's not my place to impose western ideals on the people here. The way these animals are being treated, however, is completely inhumane and culture should never be a scapegoat for cruelty. I was told that the dogs on this particular farm were kept in "good conditions" by comparison to other farms. The dogs here are malnourished and physically abused, crammed into tiny wire-floored pens, and exposed to the freezing winter elements and scorching summer conditions. When it comes time to put one down it is done so in front of the other dogs by means of electrocution sometimes taking up to 20 agonizing minutes. Despite the beliefs of the Korean public at large, these dogs are no different from the ones we call pets back home. Some of them were even pets at one time and were stolen or found and sold into the dog meat trade. Luckily, this particular farm (thanks to the hard work of the Humane Society International and the cooperation of a farmer who's seen the error of his ways) is being permanently shut down and all 90 of the dogs here will be brought to the US and Canada where they'll find their fur-ever homes. I adopted the sweet baby in the first pic (we named her Beemo) and she'll be coming to the US to live with me as soon as she's through with her vaccinations in a short couple of weeks. I cannot wait to give her the best life possible! There are still millions of dogs here in need of help though (like the Great Pyrenees in the 2nd pic who was truly the sweetest dog ever). I'm hoping to use this visit as an opportunity to raise awareness to the inhumanity of the dog meat trade here in Korea and the plight of dogs everywhere, including back home in the US where millions of dogs are in need of loving homes! Go to @hsiglobal's page to see how you can help. #dogsarefriendsnotfood #adoptdontshop ❤️🐶

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Who Plays Walker on 'Andi Mack'? Meet Darius Marcell!

Who Plays Walker on 'Andi Mack'? Meet Darius Marcell!

Say hi to Darius Marcell, the new guy who caught Andi’s eye on tonight’s Andi Mack!

Darius will be playing Walker, in a five-episode arc on the hit Disney Channel series.

Walker, who is a caricaturist hired for Cyrus’ bar mitzvah party, actually catches Andi’s eye after she gets mixed signals from Jonah. When she meets Walker, she realizes that there’s more to life than just Jonah.

Darius most recently completed a Sketch Program at The Groundlings.


The special one-hour episode airs TONIGHT @ 8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.

Eva Gutowski on YouTube Trends: Being a Leader Keeps You Places Longer

Eva Gutowski on YouTube Trends: Being a Leader Keeps You Places Longer

Eva Gutowski has opened up about being a leader or follower in the YouTube world nowadays.

The 23-year-old social star spoke with Galore recently and was asked about her thoughts on the toxic side of YouTube and people like Logan Paul.

“I’ve always been an observer before I dive into something. I think it’s smart to observe where trends are going and then decide if I want to be a follower or a leader,” she told the mag. “I’ve always noticed that while being a follower gets you places faster, being a leader keeps you places longer. I tell myself to step back and look at who I am as a person, and if someone is doing something that’s not me, I stick to me, and it’s always worked out for the better.”

“I also think that everyone has a responsibility with their audience – if you have 9 million followers, or just 10 people watching your stuff,” Eva continued. “Who you’re around influences how you think, so I always try to surround myself with the most open-minded and educated people. I try to live the same way, so that my audience can also grow to be educated and open-minded. I want everyone that follows me to grow up to be a good person, vote for what they believe in, and be worldly, educated people that stay ‘woke.’ That’s my goal.”

Peyton Elizabeth Lee's Acting Idol Anne Hathaway Pops Up in Tonight's 'Andi Mack'

Peyton Elizabeth Lee's Acting Idol Anne Hathaway Pops Up in Tonight's 'Andi Mack'

Terri Minsky is dropping little clues all over tonight’s special one-hour episode of Andi Mack.

On top of including a lot of bar mitzvah traditions from Joshua Rush‘s own experiences, the creator is also dropping a cool caricature of Anne Hathaway in the episode.

Anne just happens to be one of Peyton Elizabeth Lee‘s acting idols.

“That went back to Peyton’s audition,” Terri says. “I can be very sentimental and I just remember knowing that we had found [the character] ‘Andi Mack.’ I knew that we were going to make the show because we had found her.”

She continues, “I don’t remember everything Peyton said [about Anne Hathaway], but I remember that she said Anne Hathaway was her favorite actress. Peyton was saying, ‘Don’t you think she’s brilliant? Isn’t she beautiful?’ It was the way she adored Anne that made me feel attached to Peyton.”

“I was in the room with this girl who was going to make this show come true, and she said Anne Hathaway was her role model. I came to a point in the script where I needed the name of an actress, and I said ‘I’m going to put Anne Hathaway there!’”

Andi Mack airs TONIGHT @ 8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.

Yara Shahidi Explains How Fashion Can Contribute to Political Movements

Yara Shahidi Explains How Fashion Can Contribute to Political Movements

Yara Shahidi looks fierce in pink in her cover shoot for Net-a-Porter’s weekly digital magazine PorterEdit!

Here’s what the Grown-ish actress had to share with the outlet:

On being laughed at for wanting to be an activist: “I remember being at the White House and somebody asked me what I wanted to do. I said that I wanted to be a thought leader and she just kinda chuckled and said, ‘You need credentials for that.’ It was really off-putting. I come from such strong support; I come from the land of ‘of course’. Like, ‘of course this is going to happen’ because we have willed it to be and we are going to put in the work to make it happen.”

On how she deals with the pressure of being a teen star: “It’s really nice because so much of my support has been through just being Yara. Whether it is the people who got to know me through you giving me a platform to guest-edit Teen Vogue, or those kinds of opportunities in which people are getting to know me, I feel like they are getting to know my reality versus just knowing me through the show. So, they’re expecting an authentic human and that is one thing that I can provide. Usually I am just a kid in a hoodie, jeans, and a fanny pack.”

On how fashion can contribute to political movements: “[Fashion] it is so important. It’s why I wear a ton of political T-shirts because I get to wear things that state my political opinions. Fashion is associated with an ideology. You could wear a beret, but when you tilt it to the side, you go from Parisian to Black Panther.”

For more from Yara, visit Net-a-Porter.com.

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Darci Lynne Farmer To Voice Character in New Animated Television Series

Darci Lynne Farmer To Voice Character in New Animated Television Series

Darci Lynne Farmer has left Petunia behind for her next gig.

The 13-year-old ventriloquist and reigning America’s Got Talent champion teased her new role on social media this afternoon, sharing a cute boomerang from inside a recording booth.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Darci Lynne Farmer

“Working on something exciting today,” she tweeted with a winky emoji. “So excited to lend my voice to the creation of a new TV character!”

We can’t wait to hear which show it is!

MAX Shares Inspirational Message: 'Never Stop Being Exactly Who You Are'

MAX Shares Inspirational Message: 'Never Stop Being Exactly Who You Are'

MAX is giving us the weekend inspiration we all need!

The musician took to Twitter to share how he got called a “freak” but that he doesn’t care, and he embraces it.

“Got called a freak today because of my outfit, the way I speak, my painted nails. It fired me up but in the best way,” he wrote. “I am PROUD to be a freak. Freaks push the limits. Freaks cause change. Freaks are THEMSELVES. To all the freaks out there, NEVER STOP BEING EXACTLY WHO YOU ARE!!”

Earlier in the week, he shared more inspiration. “You can only be your best. Not someone else’s best. So why compare yourself. Focus on you. Be inspired by others.”

In summary, go out there, be a freak, and be yourself!

MAX also just released a new dance track with his duo Party Pupils. Check it out on Spotify here!