Kelly Clarkson starstruck by Meryl Streep


Mariah Carey accidentally stole Meryl Streep's seat at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night (07Jan18).

"But I said 'No, no, no, stay there!" That's the future. And we want to say to everyone that they should join us.

Streep donned black as many of her colleagues did and brought National Domestic Workers Alliance Director Ai-jen Poo as her date for the evening. When Meryl Streep approached later, Carey apologized for taking the seat, but Streep was perfectly nice about it, saying...

Turkey 'Summons Top US Diplomat' Over Syria Kurd Forces
Russian Federation failed to convene the gathering over Turkey's objection about YPG's participation. The YPG is supported by U.S. with arms and training which angers Turkey.

The singer was live-tweeting the Golden Globes from the event venue in Beverly Hills, California.

In another "amazing moment" that we would have loved to see, Kelly finally got to meet "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" star Steve Carell, who actually approached her. "It is our hope that in doing so, we will also help to broaden conversations about the connection to power, privilege and other systemic inequalities".

Mariah, who was nominated for the Best Original Song award for The Star, also opted to wear black to the awards ceremony to show her support for the Time's Up movement.

White called up as replacement for Lynn
The ODI rubber between Australia and England will be followed by a T20I tri-series also involving New Zealand. Hohns hit back, describing White's global career as "nothing earth-shattering".

Carey tweets she went to the bathroom during a commercial break Sunday and took the first seat available when she came back.

In the second episode of her hilarious new web series, "Minute + a Glass of Wine", she giggled as she shared, "I don't know if you noticed if you watched the Golden Globes ... but this cheek has been caressed by Meryl Streep".

You can take my seat any time! "(Me) Dear Meryl, please forgive me!"

Four Selected to Wooden Award Midseason List
The final vote will include almost 1,000 voters who will rank in order their 10 top players from the list of 15. Last year's recipients were Kelsey Plum of Washington and Frank Mason III of Kansas.

"I reached out to her to say that she stood with all the 700,000 women farm workers in solidarity for the women in our industry who were fearless enough to speak out about sexual harassment and assault". "We all saw the legendary Glitter", one of her 20 million followers wrote.