Neymar Ditches Prestigious Soccer Awards To Party With Rihanna

Soccer superstar Neymar was left with two choices this past weekend. On one hand, the sports legend could attend a major European soccer award show where his Paris Saint-Germain teammate, Kylian Mbappe, would be honored for his impressive streak this season. And on the other, he could blow it all off and hang-out with the Bajan boss lady, Rihanna. Indubitably, the answer here goes without saying. 

According to TMZ, the 27-year-old athlete was expected at the prestigious awards show known as the Union Nationale des Footballeurs Professionnels (UNFP) Football Awards Ceremony in Paris. Though Neymar found it best to turn up at the Boum Boum nightclub in Paris with Rihanna instead. After all, who turns out an invite from badgalriri? The latter was in celebration of the songstress/entrepreneur launching her new luxury fashion brand Continue reading

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Neymar Ditches Prestigious Soccer Awards To Party With Rihanna

Soccer superstar Neymar was left with two choices this past weekend. On one hand, the sports legend could attend a major European soccer award show where his Paris Saint-Germain teammate, Kylian Mbappe, would be honored for his impressive streak this season. And on the other, he could blow it all off and hang-out with the Bajan boss lady, Rihanna. Indubitably, the answer here goes without saying. 

According to TMZ, the 27-year-old athlete was expected at the prestigious awards show known as the Union Nationale des Footballeurs Professionnels (UNFP) Football Awards Ceremony in Paris. Though Neymar found it best to turn up at the Boum Boum nightclub in Paris with Rihanna instead. After all, who turns out an invite from badgalriri? The latter was in celebration of the songstress/entrepreneur launching her new luxury fashion brand Continue reading

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‘Pain and Glory’ Review: Antonio Banderas Channels the Quiet Agony of Pedro Almodóvar | Cannes

Salvador Mallo (Antonio Banderas) is a director whose life has come to a standstill. He hasn’t made a movie in years due to both physical and emotional distress. Spinal surgery has left him in almost constant pain and the recent death of his mother still haunts him. He doesn’t know what he’s looking for, but he’s grasping for something as he spends his days alone in his Madrid home. When one of his classic films is restored he reaches out to the star of the picture, Alberto Crespo (Asier Etxeandia), to attend the Q&A …

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Author: Gregory Ellwood

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‘Pain and Glory’ Review: Antonio Banderas Channels the Quiet Agony of Pedro Almodóvar | Cannes

Salvador Mallo (Antonio Banderas) is a director whose life has come to a standstill. He hasn’t made a movie in years due to both physical and emotional distress. Spinal surgery has left him in almost constant pain and the recent death of his mother still haunts him. He doesn’t know what he’s looking for, but he’s grasping for something as he spends his days alone in his Madrid home. When one of his classic films is restored he reaches out to the star of the picture, Alberto Crespo (Asier Etxeandia), to attend the Q&A …

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Author: Gregory Ellwood

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