Entertainment

26 Pictures of Your Favorite Celebrities Bundled Up for the Winter

We all know celebrities are just like us. Just like us, they get cold, bundle up, and dutifully trudge through the Holiday season. Sometimes, they manage to do it with style.

1. Jennifer Lopez

Source: Jennifer Lopez. Digital Image. Undated.

It was so nice of this squirrel family to offer to keep Jennifer’s head warm for a brisk walk in the city. And they avoided the Yankee’s logo on her cap, too. Respect!

2. Eva Longoria

Source: Eva Longoria. Digital Image. Fashion Bomb Daily. Jan 5, 2016.

Eva Longoria is going to single-handedly bring back the Snuggie. Even if she gets hers at Barney’s.

3. John Leguizamo

Source: John Leguizamo. Digital Image. Today.com. Dec. 16, 2013.

A native New Yorker, John Leguizamo should be used to the cold. So why does he look so uncomfortable? Could it be the CROCODILE JACKET?

4. Shakira

Source: Shakira. Digital Image. Style Bistro. Oct. 9, 2009.

Shakira could be just an ordinary woman waiting for the bus. Or an international pop sensation.

5. Selena Gomez

Source: Selena Gomez. Digital Image. Twist. Oct 9, 2015.

These hoods are perfect for celebrities. No one can see you unless you want. And then it’s like, “Boo!” Am I right?

6. Eva Mendes

Source: Eva Mendes. Digital Image. Style Bistro. May 29, 2009.

Eva Mendes didn’t expect to be outdoors for this long. Luckily, she has a hat that fits in her back pocket.

7. Demi Lovato

Source: Demi Lovato. Digital Image. Undated.

Meanwhile, hats off to Demi Lovato. The one celeb on this list rocking a legit Holiday sweater.

8. Jessica Alba

Source: Jessica Alba. Digital Image. The Fat and Skinny on Fashion. Oct 28, 2013.

Multi-hyphenate Jessica Alba always has her hands full. Especially around the Holidays.

9. Sofia Vergara

Source: Sofia Vergara. Digital Image. Just Jared. March 15, 2013.

Sofia Vergara dressed for church with the in-laws on Christmas Eve. That’s what we’re guessing, at least.

10. Bruno Mars

Source: Bruno Mars. Digital Image. Media Crumbs. Dec 23, 2010.

If you’re thinking, “Hey, I clicked on an article about celebs in winter gear!”, slow your roll. Bruno is Hawaiian, and this is winter gear there. He’s probably on his way to a luau to drink eggnog with Obama.

11. Enrique Iglesias

Source: Enrique Iglesias & Anna Kournikova. Digital Image. Pop Sugar. Dec 13, 2017.

Enrique Iglesias, with paramour Anna Kournikova. They probably just got back from carolling.

12. Rosario Dawson

Source: Rosario Dawson. Digital Image. Daily Mail. March 18, 2014.

Rosario has got this Holiday thing locked down. Just red, no green.

13. George Lopez

Source: George and Ann Lopez. Zimbio. Jan 23, 2014.

George is getting in trouble later. His wife got all dolled up and he’s wearing his Target jeans and a lone red scarf. Good luck, bud.

14. Gina Rodriguez

Source: Gina Rodriguez. Digital Image. Anthem. Jan 22, 2012.

Chicago native Gina Rodriguez knows all about snow. And apparently how to enjoy it.

15. Zoe Saldana

Source: Zoe Saldana. Digital Image. Undated.

Zoe Saldana trots out the scarf and sweater for brisk weather. And she’s got mittens in the purse, probably.

16. Adriana Lima

Source: Adriana Lima. Digital Image. HawtCelebs. July 21, 2014.

Yes, this is Adriana Lima, and yes that is a christmas tree. But she’s got it covered, pal.

17. Ariel Winter

Source: Ariel Winter. Digital Image. Twitter: @arielwinter1 Dec 25, 2015.

Ariel Winter is ready for Santa. And so are her favorite helpers.

18. Michael Peña

Source: Michael Pena. Digital Image. Zimbio. Undated.

Here’s Michael Pena getting festive. Maybe the less said, the better? Okay then.

19. David Ortiz

Source: David Ortiz. Digital Image. Undated.

Ho ho ho! It’s Big Papi Santa making the Season bright. He’s got a big bag, full of taters!

20. Salma Hayek

Source: Salma Hayek. Digital Image. Pop Sugar. Dec 4, 2013.

Salma Hayek requested “Stairway to Heaven.” She’ll wait through one more song to hear it and then she’s leaving.

21. Michelle Rodriguez

Source: Michelle Rodriguez. Digital Image. Daily Mail. Jan 4, 2016.

Michelle Rodriquez getting festive. Yeah, she’s wearing a Santa hat, so? You got a problem with that?

22. Ricky Martin

Source: Ricky Martin. Digital Image. People En Español. Jan 29, 2009.

Ricky is ready for winter, twins in tow. Knock the hat if you must, but remember, he’s from a very warm place.

23. Christina Aguilera

Source: Christina Aguilera. Digital Image. Mirror. Dec 17, 2016.

Christina is psyched to be Santa. If you don’t mind, she’s gonna take a taste of that cookie dough. Yum!

24. Mario Lopez

Source: Mario Lopez. Digital Image. Pop Sugar. Dec 26. 2015.

Mario Lopez, you host a show. You need more eyes on you? It’s always about you, isn’t it? Anyway, what are we drinking?

25. Mariah Carey

Source: Mariah Carey. Digital Image. Pop Sugar. Dec 26, 2015.

When you record one of the most popular Christmas songs ever, Santa works for you. And he’s happy for the job.

26. Bella Thorne

Source: Bella Thorne. Digital Image. Pop Sugar. Dec 26, 2015.

It looks like Bella is eating snow here. But she actually has just stuck her tongue to a flagpole like that kid in “A Christmas Story”. She’s way more chill about it, though.

Tens Of Thousands Of Puerto Ricans, Including Bad Bunny And Ricky Martin, Call For The Resignation Of Gov. Rosselló At Massive Old San Juan Protest

Things That Matter

Tens Of Thousands Of Puerto Ricans, Including Bad Bunny And Ricky Martin, Call For The Resignation Of Gov. Rosselló At Massive Old San Juan Protest

badbunnypr / Instagram

On Wednesday, tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans shouted “Ricky, renuncia!” as they marched through the streets of Old San Juan in its fifth and largest protest calling for the resignation of Gov. Ricardo Rosselló.

Early in the demonstration, Puerto Rican stars like Bad Bunny, Residente, Ricky Martin, PJ Sin Suela and more gathered in front of the Capitolio, where they held large Puerto Rican flags and signs that read “los enterraron sin saber que somos semillas,” and encouraged a roaring crowd to not abandon their fight. As the artists stood atop a white truck in the midst of protestors, activist Tito Kayak, who famously placed the Puerto Rican flag on the Statue of Liberty’s crown in 2000 in protest of the US’ presence in Vieques, scaled the flagpole in an attempt to remove the American flag. The crowd erupted in cheers, chanting “Tito, Tito,” showing that the protest in the US territory extends beyond the people’s grievances with their local government.

Bad Bunny took to the streets of Puerto Rico with his fellow Americans to protest a governor they want out of office.

Credit: badbunnypr / Instagram

Protests erupted on Saturday after Puerto Rico’s Center for Investigative Journalism published 889 pages of a private Telegram chat between the governor and some of his officials. The messages included profanity-laced homophobic, transphobic and misogynistic comments about female politicians, celebrities and protestors and hard-hearted jokes about the victims of Hurricane María. For the people of Puerto Rico, who were just rocked by a money-laundering scheme by its education and health leaders and endured repeated neglect and abuse by both its local and federal governments following the devastating hurricane, the chats symbolized the final straw.

As darkness fell on Wednesday, some of the celebrities spoke out.

Credit: badbunnypr / Instagram

“This government has to begin respecting the people. We can’t stop protesting,” Residente, born René Pérez Joglar, said. Later, Puerto Rican singer iLe, Residente’s younger sister, sang the original, revolutionary version of La Borinqueña, with demonstrators, holding their flags and fists in the air, joining her in song, belting, “Vámonos, borinqueños, vámonos ya, que nos espera ansiosa, ansiosa la libertad.”

By la Fortaleza, the governor’s mansion, tension sparked in the mostly-peaceful protest in the late hours of the night. Demonstrators, some throwing bottles of water and fireworks, busted through a barricade. Police fired tear gas, dispersing the massive crowd and angering local residents who allege officers discharged on empty streets where elders and youth in their homes struggled to breathe as a result of the smoke.

Other areas of the old city looked like a war zone, with officers chasing and shooting rubber bullets at protestors, trash bags blazing on cobblestone streets and the windows of graffiti-laden establishments shattering.

According to authorities, at least seven protesters were arrested during the protests and four police officers were injured. There is also an investigation into an officer who forcefully grabbed a demonstrator alleging she was trying to jump over a barrier, though footage of the incident later revealed she was not.

Motorcycles also thundered through the city early Thursday morning, as a protest caravan of thousands of motorcyclists, led by El Rey Charlie and reggaetoneros Brytiago, Noriel, and Ñengo Flow, traveled from Trujilo Alto to Old San Juan in a journey that captivated the island.

People on the island are relentless in demanding that their voices be heard.

Credit: elreycharlie / Instagram

“We won’t stop. The oppression is over. The repression is over. Ricky, resign or we will take you out because the people put you there and we are ready to remove you. We want you out,” El Rey Charlie, a beloved motorist on the island, told Puerto Rican network WAPA-TV.

Outside of San Juan, groups around the island also took to the streets. In the States, the diaspora and their allies similarly demonstrated in Orlando, New York, Miami, Boston, Cleveland, San Antonio and more, while international actions occurred in the Dominican Republic and Spain as well.

Despite the massive uprising, Rosselló has contended that he would not resign. The governor, who previously apologized for his “improper act,” said that he believes he could win over the people of Puerto Rico.

“I recognize the challenge that I have before me because of the recent controversies, but I firmly believe that it is possible to restore confidence and that we will be able, after this painful process, to achieve reconciliation,” he said in Spanish. “I have the commitment, stronger than ever, to carry out the public policy.”

The governor is desperately trying to get people to forget about the unacceptable and offensive conversations he was involved.

Credit: @ricardorossello / Twitter

As Rosselló insists he would not step down, the president of Puerto Rico’s House of Representatives, Carlos Méndez Núñez, has already appointed three lawyers to investigate the contents of the leaked chats to determine whether an impeachment process can begin.

Additionally, Puerto Rico’s non-voting delegate to Congress Rep. Jenniffer González-Colón, who is a member of the governor’s pro-statehood New Progressive Party, has called for a meeting among her PNP colleagues.

There is no shortage of corruption that people want to get rid of right now.

Credit: @Jenniffer2012 / Twitter

“There must be an urgent meeting of the directory of @pnp_pr to discuss everything that is happening,” González-Colón said on Twitter.

President Donald Trump also took the opportunity to lambast the embattled governor as well as criticize the island, including the mayor of San Juan Carmen Yulín Cruz, for corruption.

President Trump weighed in on the matter and used it to attack an island still recovering from the hurricane and the mayor of San Juan.

Credit: @realDonaldTrump / Twitter

He continued: “This is more than twice the amount given to Texas & Florida combined. I know the people of Puerto Rico well, and they are great. But much of their leadership is corrupt, & robbing the U.S. Government blind!”

But for many protesters, the marches aren’t just about sending a message of indignation to Rosselló, but rather to all corrupt politicians on the archipelago as well as the colonial federal government. Protest posters illustrate Rosselló with Trump’s hair to compare the two abhorred leaders, while vandalism on concrete walls screams for the resignation of the governor, the fiscal control board and the island’s colonial ties to the U.S.

Today and tomorrow, the people say, the uprising continues, with demonstrations planned across Puerto Rico and its diaspora in the US and worldwide.

Read: Here’s What You Need To Know About The Puerto Rico Uprising

Chisme Says Javier Bardem Is Close To Landing The Role Of King Triton And People Have Some Thoughts

Entertainment

Chisme Says Javier Bardem Is Close To Landing The Role Of King Triton And People Have Some Thoughts

Vittorio Zunino Celotto / Staff

Disney just recently announced that Halle Bailey would be portraying Ariel in the live-action remake of ‘The Little Mermaid’ and finally we are starting to see better presentation of POC on the big screen.

The reaction to her casting was huge and, of course, came with it’s share of racist trolls.

But Disney is giving us another reason to celebrate ‘The Little Mermaid’ with word that Javier Bardem is in talks to start as Ariel’s father, King Triton.

Javier Bardem could possibly play King Triton in the live-action ‘Little Mermaid.’

Credit: @RottenTomatoes / Twitter

Big news from Disney — Spanish actor Javier Bardem is reportedly in talks to join the cast of Disney’s upcoming live-action remake of the ‘Little Mermaid.’

And the best part? He’s up for the role of Ariel’s dad and the ruler of Atlantica, the mighty King Triton. If the reports are true, Javier will be joining a star-studded cast for the highly-anticipated flick.

Although Javier is in talks to play King Triton, other actors have publicly said they’d want to be considered in the Rob Marshall-directed movie. Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor Terry Crews took to his social media and posted a selfie of himself as the underwater ruler.  “Ariel’s Dad!!!!,” he wrote alongside the image.

Reactions on Twitter have been mixed to the news but a lot of people love the idea of Javier Bardem as King Triton.

And you can count us among that group. He’s a very talented actor, who, in fact, has won an academy award. So we have faith that he’ll be an amazing King Triton.

And this user had a very beautiful way of looking at the possible casting.

Credit: @DEADLINE / Twitter

The sea is definitely a colorful place. Plus, also, mermaids aren’t real so Disney can cast whoever they want in which ever role they want.

While this person was excited for the possibility of something like Cinderella.

Credit: @DEALINE / Twitter

And we have to say that we agree. Brandy in Cinderella was everything and we would love to see Halle Bailey bring that same sort of energy to this role as Ariel – and we have faith that she will.

Though it looked like many on Twitter weren’t having any of it.

Credit: @IGN / Twitter

It looked like some were confused by the whole family tree while others just wanted the so called classic ‘Little Mermaid’ (read: white) that they grew up with and already know.

But more than one Twitter user easily shut down the haters.

Credit: @Spartan901 / Twitter

That’s right people. Mermaids aren’t real. They could cast this however they want to cast it.

While many others were totally stanning for Terry Crews.

Credit: @people / Twitter

Count us in on this as well. Who doesn’t love funny man Terry Crews?! Apparently, he also really wants the role. He even tweeted out a photo of the film with the caption #ArielsDad.

Whoever plays King Triton will be joining a star-studded cast.

A few weeks ago, the studio announced that R&B singer (and Beyoncé’s protégé) Halle Bailey would take on the role of Ariel, while Melissa McCarthy would play Ariel’s nemesis Ursula. Other castings include 12-year-old actor Jacob Tremblay as Ariel’s best friend Flounder and Crazy Rich Asians star Awkwafina playing Scuttle, the pair’s other friend that gives them access to objects from the human world. Harry Styles is also reportedly in talks to play Ariel’s love interest Prince Eric.

READ: Racist Twitter Is Coming For The Black Actress Recently Tapped To Be ‘The Little Mermaid’ And She Ain’t Batting An Eye

Paid Promoted Stories