KRISTIN CAVALLARI! What a ray of sunshine both in personality AND that DRESS! Being E! Talent I shoot Kristin pretty much every event, so she gets it! We had to be a little careful about which way she was flinging that dress, didn’t want any GlamBOT wardrobe malfunctions lol. She came by earlier in the day (as most E! Talent does) so the carpet was still a little quiet, but we did have a 360 camera set up via our awesome GlamBOT editor @jt.hawk so SWIPE ➡️➡️➡️over to get a full 360 view of what the @Kristincavallari GlamBOT is like (and to really see the robot!) ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I didn’t know what music to pick (I creeped her, she wasn’t really following any music artists) so I picked this one cause I liked the beat and I didn’t realize it wasn’t in English. HA HA. Anyways, the beat works with the vibe. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Do you like the regular version or should we set up the 360 more often!??
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Created By: Susannah Grant, Michael Chabon, Ayelet Waldman
This story was presented on a "This American Life" podcast from Feb 2016 titled Anatomy Of Doubt.
Starring: Toni Collette, Merritt Wever Kaitlyn Dever and Danielle Macdonald
Unbelievable takes on a very taboo, upsetting and uncomfortable topic and creates one of the best limited series I’ve seen in the last year. This past yr saw a slew of great limited series from Chernobyl to The Act and Unbelievable stands among them as much watch tv. While the subject of rape and violence against women is upsetting, the show takes it on in an unflinchingly delicate way. It never waters down the impact of what happens to the victims but it also depicts their assaults in a tasteful and watchable way. Most of the episodes are directed by women, and the feminine touch keeps the storytelling from getting exploitive. The writing and performances are extraordinary. One of my favs Toni Collette is again fantastic and she is certainly on a roll with picking great projects. While Toni is awesome it’s, Merritt Wever and Kaitlyn Dever that steal the show. They both deliver incredible performances from completely different perspectives. Wever as the determined cop is fantastic. She has such a wonderful and unique approach to her characters. While she is outraged and determined to catch the rapist on the loose, she is all the while delicate and patient with everyone around her. She has some wonderful boardroom table scenes that while other actresses may have gone into histrionics, she delivers her speeches in a calm and collected way that still gets the message across that she is not taking shit form anybody. Kaitlyn Dever is heartbreaking as victim #1 who’s a former foster care kid. She’s always had a rough life and been let down by the system. Here she is again let down by everyone when no one believes her story. Her scenes in the first episode where she lies and starts to say she made up the incident in order to get everyone who questions her off her back is heartbreaking. In her face you see a girl who wants to stand up for herself but realizes it’s easier if she doesn’t.