During the visit, Ludi, Becky, RJ, Naomi and Dacre dished about the school supplies that they couldn’t live without when they were in school and helped all the kids unleash their super powers.
Becky also got to sing her song, “Shower” while RJ was spotted dabbing with just about everyone.
Later on, the Power Rangers cast headed to Childrenās Hospital Los Angeles for a special screening of their new film and met with teen patients at CHLAās Teen Lounge, where they also dropped off posters and action figures from the flick.
During her appearance on Amazon’s Style Code Live, Eva dished on why she chooses to laugh them all off instead of clap back.
Iām not afraid to laugh at myself and embarrassing things happen and funny stories happen and the end of the day all we can do is laugh about it,” she explains. “So, if I have food in my teeth Iāll laugh about it, if you think I look like a worm like thatās funny. I do look like a worm, like sure.”
Eva adds, “You know like I do see it, good hate comment okay. Itās like you canāt touch me. When you laugh at something a hater says…theyāre like no theyāll get mad.”
By now, you can sing along to Ed Sheeran‘s new album, Divide, and not mess up one word.
Even better? You probably know all the stories behind all of the songs, too…but probably not this one.
Last night, Ed performed “What Do I Know?” for the Red Nose Day special for Comic Relief, and it’s a song that seems to be ignored by the many, but it’s actually really inspiring.
“My dad said getting into the music industry is like you never mention politics, you never mention religion and you never get involved in other people’s battles,” Ed shared about the track. “The couple of times I have gotten involved in other people’s battles, [I regret it] massively.”
“I remember speaking up on one thing and I was just sticking up for one of my mate and it just [blew up] like ‘Wait woah, woah, woah, Iām not on anyone’s side here. I just had an opinion, you canāt have an opinion.’”
He adds, “The song was an immediate reaction to loads of s*** that was happening last year and you know Iām not hugely out as a political person and I don’t want to be. I’m a singer and I know if I had a political opinion people would be like āshut up mate and sing your song’.”
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Jaden Smith just can’t stop talking about renewable resources — and that’s a good thing!
The 18-year-old actor took part in The Future Innovator of the Year Challenge Panel during the EMA IMPACT Summit hosted by Environmental Media Association where he discussed his investment in JUST Water.
Jaden was actually awarded the EMA Futures Award for his work with JUST Water just recently.
āAfter seeing the amount of ocean pollution and the effect it was having on marine wildlife, I couldnāt stand there and do nothing about it. I knew I had to take action,ā he said while accepting his award.
JUST Water uses 100% spring water sourced from the Glens Falls watershed at the base of the Adirondack Mountains and is packaged in paper-based bottles derived primarily of renewable resources, including plant-based plastic sourced from sugarcane.