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Gloria Estefan Opens Up About Her Daughter Coming Out

(CNN) -- Parenting can be hard, even for musical legends.Singer Gloria Estefan, in a new episode of the HBO Max and CNN series, "Who's Talking to Chris Wallace?", opened up to Wallace about being reluctant to let her daughter, Emily, come out to her grandmother before she died. (CNN and HBO Max share parent company Warner Bros. Discovery.)In 2020, Estefan and Emily spoke about the conflict on "Red Table Talk: The Estefans." At the time, Estefan explained her reasoning, noting that she wasn't ashamed, but had cautioned Emily about her approach out of concern for her mother's health.

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JoJo Siwa Blasts Candace Cameron Bure For Traditional Marriage Remarks
(CNN) -- Months after they had a public back and forth, JoJo Siwa is voicing her disappointment with Candace Cameron Bure.The singer/dancer, 19, posted on her verified Instagram about Bure after the former "Full House" star talked to the Wall Street Journal about her work with the faith-based channel, Great American Family.When asked if the Great American Family will include LGBTQ storylines in their projects, Cameron Bure said, "I think that Great American Family will keep traditional marriage at the core."Siwa identifies as queer and shared a screen grab of a headline which read, "Candace Cameron Bure's plans for new cable channel: No gays.""Honestly, I can't believe after everything that went down just a few months ago, that she would not only create a movie with intention of excluding LGBTQIA+, but then also talk about it in the press," Siwa wrote. "This is rude and hurtful to a whole community of people."In July Siwa posted a video on TikTok that went viral in which she shared a photo of Cameron Bure as the "rudest celebrity" she had ever met, later revealing she had felt ignored by the star at an event when she was a child and tried to meet her.Cameron Bure responded in a video on her verified Instagram account explaining that she was "shocked" by the designation and said everything was "all good" after the pair connected and discussed it.Siwa wasn't the only one upset by Cameron Bure's recent comment.Actress Hilarie Burton slammed her and Bill Abbott, chief executive of Great American Media, for "bigotry.""That guy and his network are disgusting," Burton tweeted.
The Whale Trailer Featuring Brendan Fraser Is Haunting
The Whale, starring Brendan Fraser, is the latest film from director Darren Aronofsky, and A24 has released the official trailer. Fraser plays Charlie, a teacher weighed down figuratively and literally with 600 pounds of guilt.After leaving his family to be in a relationship with his now-deceased gay partner, Fraser’s character attempts to rebuild a relationship with his teenage daughter, played by Sadie Sink from Stranger Things. The story follows Charlie’s struggle with compulsive eating brought on by a grief-triggered deep depression.Hollywood artists constructed a bodysuit for the film that combined latex and physical attributes with digitally created and 3D-printed prosthetics.Fraser’s remarkable transformation and raw emotion throughout the film have earned the actor some Oscar buzz.The film debuted in September at the Venice Film Festival. Audiences reportedly gave the film a six-minute standing ovation, according to CNN.“Do you ever get the feeling people are incapable of not caring?” Fraser asks hauntingly in the trailer as he’s shown with an oxygen nasal cannula and beads of sweat dripping down his face. “People are amazing,” he says as the one-minute-long trailer concludes.In it, viewers only see Fraser briefly twice, but in those two brief moments, he conveys his character’s struggles.The trailer offers a brief glimpse of Sink’s distressed portrayal of Charlie’s 17-year-old daughter.