Halle Bailey’s Response to # NotMyAriel Backlash Is a Classy Clapback Chelsea Stewart More Articles August 07, 2019 The world has had a lot to say about Halle Bailey’s starring role Many have lauded Bailey’s casting as Ariel others aren’t pleased that a black actress played the role and protested through the # NotMyAriel hashtag. As people go on mulling over the role, the actress herself speaks out “and she’s not holding back. Halle Bailey on her latest # LittleMermaid pic.twitter.com/rmUxbFSuYY — Variety (@Variety) August 7, 2019 More about Bailey’s role as Ariel Rob Marshall the producer of the upcoming film revealed that Bailey had the part in an early July interview. It was abundantly clear after extensive search that Halle possesses the rare combination of spirit heart youth innocence and substance “plus a magnificent singing voice” all the intrinsic attributes necessary to play this iconic role read the statement (via People). Fans immediately flocked to social media to applaud Bailey for the part she called a dream come true. Should you need a reminder … Halles get it DONE. Congratulations @chloexhalle#TheLittleMermaid#HalleBaileypic.twitter.com / z0Rik2nxRe — Halle Berry (@halleberry) July 3, 2019 So here for # [email protected]@Disney#[email protected]/7kvSHLuSEE — JuVee Productions (@JuVeeProds) July 5, 2019 But the casting has received an influx of criticism. And everyone is color blind? In response to the announcement one person wrote. Boycott the film! Another added. — Milady (@I Milady) 7 July 2019 Some defended Bailey Clearly people were not happy about the casting and didn’t hold back their feelings. But others had not allowed their comments to slip. In a statement posted over social media, the Disney-owned cable network Freeform shot back at critics. Danish mermaids may be black because Danish * people * may be black, it wrote on Instagram pointing out Ariel is a fictional work. Such remarks were repeated by historical scholars and journalists as well as written pieces pointing out that black mermaids existed well before the film was made in 1989. View this post on Instagram A post shared by chloe x halle (@chloexhalle) on Mar 27, 2019 at 8:38 a.m. PDT And Jodi Benson, who played Ariel in the original movie, defended the casting from ComicBook.com telling the website that the most important thing at the end of the day is to tell the story. “The most important thing is to speak to the media about the story she explained. And irrespective of what we look like on the outside, regardless of our race, our nation’s skin color is our dialect, whether I’m tall or thin, if I’m overweight or underweight or my hair is whatever color we need to tell the story. And we want to make a connection to the audience that’s what we want to do. And I know for Disney that it’s really what they’re trying to do that they have the heart of storytelling. We want to connect with all of us in the audience so we can fall in love again with the movie. People will probably keep saying what they want but Bailey clearly looks ahead and goes forward. That’s how you go about it.

Tamara Grant 28 October 2019 Survivor 39Contestant Tom Laidlaw had an airtight partnership with Elaine Stott and sat pretty on the Lairo tribe considering his age before the tribe swaped to Epi He landed separately from Stott on Vokai and in the minority with two old Lairo leaders he’d never been related to. Ultimately his fellow members of the tribe felt like he had more loyalty to the other side and they booted off the stage for the first Canadian. Laidlaw spoke on Rob Has a Podcast with Rob Cesterino to describe his plan and connection to Karishma Patel. 3/3.442

Did Tom Laidlaw tell anyone he was playing in the NHL?

As part of his strategy, Laidlaw has told everyone about his professional hockey background. Because of his age, he didn’t want people to vote him out automatically so he wanted to work with it and be a father figure to other contestants working hard at camp and proving that he had leadership skills. The retired hockey player knew that no one had ever seen him play because he was their senior for around 30 years, and he recalled some of the contestants making jokes about how long he had been playing.They voted karishma tom over???? @survivorcbs#Survivor39pic.twitter.com / dDwS5Lm2Nh — David (@Grnsoccershoe) October 24, 2019 He said he got along with everyone else except Patel and she didn’t take part in the tribe’s work together. The former hockey player just wanted to win so he didn’t have to go to the Tribal Council and felt that Patel continued to say she was good at things but then performed poorly. Laidlaw claims he has been voted over Patel off the island because Janet Carbin felt he had been too loyal to the old tribe. Carbin seemed to influence Jamal Shipman and Jack Nichting according to hockey player so they listened to her and voted alongside her. Last but not least, Patel and Laidlaw didn’t get along as he believed that the prosecutor for personal injuries would do something as long as she wasn’t home. Laidlaw in comparison was more about allegiance and leadership. When Laidlaw remained with Elaine Stott, he would have lasted much longer in the game as she was his closest member of the alliance. They got along well and Stott made up for the social department which Laidlaw lacked. Tom smiling at Elaine I love his butt that he rescued her I see both of them going far away DREAM TEAM RIGHT THERE # Survivor#Survivor39 — Kimberly Kayï [ @IStanWrestling ] September 26, 2019 Laidlaw confirmed that Carbin had properly tied him up because he was loyal. The former hockey player said that the first week he arranged Ronnie Bardah s blindside out of loyalty to Stott because she was being threatened by the poker player. He linked his gameplay to his Canadian roots by acknowledging that whilst playing a loyal game he would still have done whatever it took to win. Why ? Hamilton Is the Coolest Broadway Musical Ever

They voted karishma tom over???? @survivorcbs#Survivor39pic.twitter.com / dDwS5Lm2Nh — David (@Grnsoccershoe) October 24, 2019 He said he got along with everyone else except Patel and she didn’t take part in the tribe’s work together. The former hockey player just wanted to win so he didn’t have to go to the Tribal Council and felt that Patel continued to say she was good at things but then performed poorly. Laidlaw claims he has been voted over Patel off the island because Janet Carbin felt he had been too loyal to the old tribe. Carbin seemed to influence Jamal Shipman and Jack Nichting according to hockey player so they listened to her and voted alongside her. Last but not least, Patel and Laidlaw didn’t get along as he believed that the prosecutor for personal injuries would do something as long as she wasn’t home. Laidlaw in comparison was more about allegiance and leadership. When Laidlaw remained with Elaine Stott, he would have lasted much longer in the game as she was his closest member of the alliance. They got along well and Stott made up for the social department which Laidlaw lacked. Tom smiling at Elaine I love his butt that he rescued her I see both of them going far away DREAM TEAM RIGHT THERE # Survivor#Survivor39 — Kimberly Kayï [ @IStanWrestling ] September 26, 2019 Laidlaw confirmed that Carbin had properly tied him up because he was loyal. The former hockey player said that the first week he arranged Ronnie Bardah s blindside out of loyalty to Stott because she was being threatened by the poker player. He linked his gameplay to his Canadian roots by acknowledging that whilst playing a loyal game he would still have done whatever it took to win. Why ? Hamilton Is the Coolest Broadway Musical Ever

Katherine Webb More News June 12 2017 [Update 2/16/16: ‘Hamilton’ has received a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album.] [Update 4/19/16: ‘Hamilton’ has been awarded the Pulitzer prize for drama.] 16 nominations at the annual Tony Awards .] There s a reason everyone from Madonna to Pre It’s a biographical interpretation of the life of Alexander Ha
milton, the founding father and U.S. treasury secretary, based mainly on rap and hip hop music. While that may sound very surprising, Miranda describes that Hamilton is a story about America that America now tells.” And that’s more than just telling the story. Here are a couple of ways to change Broadway’s look for the better. 3/3.443

It has a progressive cast

Chances are you’ll imagine a bunch of white guys in wigs when you hear the Founding Fathers.” That’s because that is exactly who they were without question. But Hamilton imagines a future where, as we know, the people who came together to create our nation looked much more like our nation does today. Miranda a Puerto Rican American plays the titular character; The African American Leslie Odom Jr. plays his friend and eventual antagonist Aaron Burr. The ensemble is actually made up of minority actors across the board “and it’s not unusual to see a woman playing a Revolutionary soldier. Obviously, these casting choices are deliberate but far from gimmicky they re. They refer to one of the bigger musical themes “on which our nation was founded and fought for by people who, like many minorities today, thought under their government they had little control. And for all the attention that Hamilton has received for its diverse casting each and every person is delivering an incredible performance that should serve to silence anyone who can fail to stretch their imagination.

It makes history interesting

Hamilton is a great reminder that history like Broadway needs a closer look when you put all of its different parts together. If you’ve taken a history class at high school, you probably know the American Revolution’s general story. But this show lets us take an intimate look inside the people’s lives and minds that made it happen. It moves with a nonstop speed that makes you feel like their action wasn’t something that happened once “that’s happening right now right in front of you. The show was seen and praised. And more than one analyst has proposed that every presidential candidate will take the time to see it too. That’s a reasonable request “by incorporating a little bit of hipness to the past it serves as a reminder of where we came from that is impossible to ignore.

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