With Halloween over and the approach of the US Presidential Election drawing ever closer, it’s safe to say there is a lot happening in the world of news. We’ve rounded up some news highlights that are definitely worth discussing on your lunch break this afternoon.
A Destiny’s Child Reunion?!
Girl band lovers were sent into a social media frenzy on Saturday after a verified Destiny’s Child account emerged on Instagram. Beyoncé, Kelly, and Michelle separated in 2006 and next year marks 20 years since the band first formed. This little (or major) fact has led many to speculate whether we could anticipate new music or even a reunion tour from the trio! One can only hope.
Kim Kardashian Returns To Social Media
Kim K is back! The much-admired selfie queen returned to social media on Monday following almost a month of silence after her shocking robbery in Paris. Kim took to Facebook to share three different posts with fans, which featured a picture of Kim advertising her LuMee phone case, a link to an article on her app and website, and a last link to sister Kourtney’s website which included cute old family Halloween videos. Welcome back Kim, we missed you!
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Named Businesswoman of the Year
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was awarded Businesswoman of the Year at the Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year Awards on Monday. It comes as no surprise that the British beauty scooped the honorary prize considering her track record in various business ventures. From designing lingerie for British brand Marks & Spencer to being an ambassador for Ugg Australia, Rosie’s business capabilities are something worth applauding.
First Man Booker Prize 2016 Awarded To An American Writer
Paul Beatty became the winner of the 2016 Man Booker Prize last Tuesday, making him the first American writer to ever win the award. His novel The Sellout has accumulated mass praise for its satirical take on race relations in modern day America. By effortlessly blending fiction with concerns of our current reality, Beatty has created a novel worth discussing.
Raven Symone Announces A Spin-Off Series
Attention all That’s So Raven fanatics! Raven Symone has announced that she will be developing a spin-off series of the beloved Disney show she starred in between 2003 and 2007. Symone revealed that in the new series she will still be playing Raven Baxter, however this time she is a mother to a child who also shares the same psychic abilities! Excitement is an understatement.
We hope you enjoyed our news picks, let us know which highlights you loved discussing!
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