- Tim McGraw
Tim McGraw has become a name practically inseparable from country music itself. He is so renowned in the country music world that famous Taylor Swift even has a melody named “Tim McGraw”. However, there is another star that McGraw has loaned his name to, and this time, it is perched on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
McGraw made his first genuine Hollywood appearance playing a dad in the games film Friday Night Lights, yet he had taken on other littler acting gigs before that. Throughout the long term, McGraw has appeared in a couple of different movies, similar to The Blind Side, where he by and by played the role of a tyrannical dad.
Is there anything that Beyoncé Knowles can’t do? Clearly, on the off chance that she has an Achilles heel, it’s unquestionably not going to be acting. Not just has Knowles become well known as one of the most renowned artists on earth, she has likewise figured out how to land some quite fortunate acting gigs all through her profession.
Knowles got her beginning in Hollywood by loaning her abilities to another large name: Austin Powers. In 2002’s Austin Powers in Goldmember, Knowles played sweet ’70s companion Foxxy Cleopatra, a self-announced “entire lotta lady”. Throughout the long term, Knowles proceeded to play in films like The Pink Panther, Dreamgirls, and Obsessed. She even forayed into voice going about as Nala in the revamp of The Lion King.
“Isabelle snorted, “All the boys are gay. In this truck, anyway. Well, not you, Simon.”
“You noticed,” said Simon.
“I think of myself as a freewheeling bisexual,” added Magnus.
“Please never say those words in front of my parents,” said Alec.”
“I suppose it’s not a social norm, and not a manly thing to do — to feel, discuss feelings. So that’s what I’m giving the finger to. Social norms and stuff…what good are social norms, really? I think all they do is project a limited and harmful image of people. It thus impedes a broader social acceptance of what someone, or a group of people, might actually be like.”
“I don’t understand the hatred and fear of gays and bisexuals and lesbians…
it’s a concept I honestly cannot grasp. To me, it’s not who you love…
a man, a woman, what have you…
it’s the fact that you love. That is all that truly matters.”
“You know what I hate most of all in the whole wide world?…More than people who think that if you’re bisexual it means you’ll f*ck absolutely anyone (especially them)?”