Kendall Jenner may be the most relatable Jenner/Kardashian out of the whole clan. Kendall remains relatively low key throughout Keeping Up With The Kardashians and after becoming a high fashion model, she's stayed away from the craziness of California.
On last night's episode of Keeping Up, the episode began with Kris, the family's matriarch in a business meeting. Despite being in a meeting, she urgently answered her phone to find a disgruntled Kendall on the other line. After hanging up the phone, she explained to her daughter Kim that Kendall was having another anxiety attack.
If you're familiar with the show, then you know that Kendall has discussed her anxiety in previous seasons. On last night's episode, Kendall admits that the anxiety has been crippling her in certain aspects of her life - including modelling.
Even though she feels extremely lucky and blessed to be modelling, the anxiety can be a bit much. She then stated that she promised herself that she would attend Fashion Week in Milan, but she wasn't going to make herself walk in Paris this year. She reiterated that she wanted to be more lowkey this year.
Even though Kris claims that Kendall is one of the most independent women she knows, she joined Kendall on her trip to Milan as support. During the episode, Kendall had a meditation session with a sound therapist to help her cope with her anxiety.
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Jagmeet Singh tweeted about Trudeau attending the star-studded event for vaccine equality and claimed that the prime minister is only talking about getting doses to people but is "refusing to deliver help" by lifting vaccine patents.
Trudeau announced Canada's pledge of $375 million for the Access to COVID-19 Tools Accelerator on May 7 and according to Global Citizen, it's the largest VAX LIVE pledge so far.
This event is airing on TV on ABC and CBS and YouTube at 8 p.m. ET and the online stream will have an extended version of the concert with extra performances and appearances.
If you can't wait for a celebrity spotting while he's filming in Ontario this summer, there are a bunch of Zac Efron movies on Netflix Canada to hold you over and make sure you are super familiar with the actor before he arrives.
Efron is set to star in the upcoming film Firestarter, based on the Stephen King book, which is filming in Hamilton from May 25 to July 21 of this year, according to Ontario Creates.
Why You Need To Watch It: If you love true crime this one is for you. Zac Efron plays the infamous serial killer Ted Bundy in this drama, which is based on a true story. The plot follow's Bundy's romance and relationship with a single mom named Liz.
Why You Need To Watch It: For this movie, the Franco brothers teamed up to tell the story of making the cult film The Room. The star-studded affair features Zac Efron as one of the actor characters and so many other big names like Seth Rogen and Alison Brie.
Why You Need To Watch It: If you're looking for a light-hearted comedy to take your mind off things, look no further. Zac Efron and Robert De Niro road tripping and getting into all sorts of trouble is a perfect weekend watch.
Why You Need To Watch It: This is one of those films that features tons of celebrities and follows a bunch of intercepting storylines all taking place on, you guessed it, New Year's Eve. For Zac Efron's part, his character is on a mission to help Michelle Pfeiffer's character complete all her resolutions before the year is over.
Why You Need To Watch It: This flick from 2009 is the ultimate Zac Efron throwback to a time when he was still rocking that long-bangs look that was super popular back then. Plus, the plot involves a major time vortex, which is always fun!
Why You Need To Watch It: This movie remake of the iconic musical fell right in the middle of Zac Efron's High School Musical era and features him playing teen heartthrob Link Larkin with lots of singing and dancing to enjoy.
Why You Need To Watch It: While this one isn't a movie, this Netflix Original mini docu-series shows Zac Efron travelling the world, experiencing different cultures, and finding healthy and sustainable ways to live.
It has been alleged that Jagmeet Singh's turban was called a "rag" by a former MP, and the NDP leader responded.
He posted a series of tweets in response to that allegation and said he's "no stranger to hate" but this isn't about him, "it's about systemic racism in the halls of power and having the courage to confront it."