The 2021 Oscars production might be different than years past, but the 93rd Academy Awards show will go on this coming Sunday, April 25th, on ABC. While we're not sure what that will look like, we can bet on a snub and a kerfuffle or two, but one thing remains a bright spot in the increasingly confused Oscars production: celebs showing off stellar beauty looks.
Remembering the best of Hollywood's biggest beauty pageant isn't just pretty to look at — it feeds our hairstyling inspo (and Pinterest boards) for years to come. Remember Michelle Williams' perfect side-swept updo and bangs at the 2006 awards? It looks just as fresh today. Think you can't bring versatility to a buzzcut? Check out Danai Gurira at the 2018 awards. Afraid headbands are best left in the seventh grade? Lupita Nyong'o proves otherwise.
We could go on — and we do, ahead, with 16 of the most impactful, timeless, and copied hairstyles in Oscars history.
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N'DJAMENA (Reuters) - Chad's military claimed victory on Sunday in its weeks-long battle with northern rebels that led to the death of President Idriss Deby on the battlefield. The rebel group Front for Change and Concord in Chad (FACT) did not respond to a request for comment. The transitional military authorities have previously said they have defeated the rebels only for fighting to continue.
Jordan urged Israel on Sunday to stop what it described as "barbaric" attacks on worshippers in Jerusalem's al Aqsa mosque and said it would step up international pressure. Jordan, which has custodianship of Moslem and Christian sites in Jerusalem, said Israel should respect worshippers and international law safeguarding Arab rights. East Jerusalem tensions have spilled over into clashes between Israeli police and Palestinians around al Aqsa, Islam's third-holiest mosque, at the height of the Ramadan fasting month.
Russia showed off its military might at a Victory Day parade on Sunday (May 9). The display on Moscow's Red Square, commemorating the 76th anniversary of the Soviet Union's victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two, featured over 12,000 troops and more than 190 pieces of military hardware, including intercontinental ballistic missile launchers, and a fly-past by nearly 80 military aircraft.The patriotic display coincides with soaring tensions with the West, ranging from the conflict in Ukraine to the fate of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.Russia and the U.S. have expelled each other's diplomats in recent months, and Moscow and EU member states have been involved in a similar tit-for-tat diplomatic dispute.This year's parade also precedes parliamentary elections due to be held in September.
Samson the Newfoundland and Rambo the Cavalier King Charles love to play tug of war and spend much of their day playing this game. No one told Rambo how small he is in comparison to Samson and this might be why Rambo is so skilled at their game!
On this episode of Yahoo Finance Presents, Actor, Host, and Entrepreneur Mario Lopez sat down with Yahoo Finance's Brian Sozzi to discuss the start of his acting career and his childhood. He also discusses his recent partnership with United and Pack Up + Go for traveling, his business inspirations, and his children following in his footsteps.
Pope Francis calls for an end to violence in annexed east Jerusalem, where clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police have left scores of Palestinians injured. He delivered his Regina Caeli prayer from the window overlooking St Peter's Square.
Police Chief Will Cunningham came to work four years ago to find that his six-officer department was the victim of a crime. Police departments big and small have been plagued for years by foreign hackers breaking into networks and causing varying level of mischief, from disabling email systems to more serious problems with 911 centers temporarily knocked offline. Criminal hackers are increasingly using brazen methods to increase pressure on law enforcement agencies to pay ransoms, including leaking or threatening to leak highly sensitive and potentially life-threatening information.
Hundreds of people gathered in Brussels to celebrate the end of the curfew in Belgium, many partying and dancing. The evening ended in clashes between revellers and the police, with objects being thrown and the police firing a water cannon as they cleared the area.
Most Swiss voters are still in favour of striking a bilateral treaty deal with the European Union, a poll for newspaper NZZ am Sonntag showed, despite years of fraught negotiation and opposition by far-right and left-wing parties. Talks on a treaty text, which would simplify and strengthen ties between the bloc and the neutral country, stalled last month because of differences on how to interpret free movement accords, Switzerland said. Failure to strike a deal would block Switzerland from any new access to the single market, such as an electricity union.
Israeli police used stun grenades and water cannon on Palestinian youths as clashes erupted outside the Old City of Jerusalem on Saturday (May 8).Tensions have been mounting in the city throughout the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.That's as anger grows over the potential eviction of Palestinians from homes on land claimed by Jewish settlers.On Saturday, tens of thousands of Muslim worshippers prayed at the al-Aqsa Mosque in the Old City on Islam's holy night of Laylat al Qadr.In the streets leading to the Old City gates, Palestinians threw stones, lit fires and tore down police barricades.They were repelled by Israeli officers on horseback and in riot gear.According to the Palestinian Red Crescent, at least 80 people were injured including minors and a one-year-old. Fourteen were taken to hospital.Israeli police said at least one officer was hurt.Outside the Old City, 27-year-old Mahmoud says police have stopped them from entering for a week."Look how they are firing at us", he says, "How can we live?"Israeli authorities said earlier on Saturday that security was being beefed up security in anticipation of confrontations to "enable freedom of worship and maintain order and security".That's after violence erupted on Friday (May 7) night at Al Aqsa Mosque.At least 205 Palestinians and 18 Israeli officers were injured, drawing international condemnations and calls for calm.Hostility has been intensifying amid a long running legal case over the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah.Numerous Palestinian families there are facing eviction.The district has witnessed nightly clashes and police said dozens of protesters threw stones there on Saturday.Tensions are expected to remain high over the coming days.On Monday (May 10) Israel's Supreme Court will hold a hearing on the Sheikh Jarrah evictions.It's the same day that Israel marks Jerusalem Day - its annual celebration of the capture of East Jerusalem during the 1967 Middle East war.