This!🙈Thank you @cvweekly for this cover...!!....and Rich Heinrich for the incredible writeup. We got really personal and talked about the ⭐️, life in the public eye, and the real reason I love country music so darn much. Link in bio---> on newsstands tomorrow! Photo: @aponte_photo
Had the unique and rare opportunity to honor a friend as she was awarded a #Star on the #PalmSprings#WalkofStars#Congratulations @bianca__rae ... She said I could speak for 2 minutes.... I took 6 and couldn't even begin to scratch the surface. "She's 1 in 7.51 billion"
Officially the 416th ⭐️ on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars! A big thank you to Chandi Group USA and RumChata Foundation for sponsoring my star and last night's celebration. It was all too perfect for words.
Styled by: @marinaberberyan in @cd.greene
Hair/MU: @olloqui_lily @karlvasquezsalon
After his success with the Egyptian Theatre, Sid Grauman turned to Charles E. Toberman to secure a long term lease on property at 6925 Hollywood Blvd. Toberman contracted the architectural firm of Meyer & Holler (who had also designed the Egyptian) to design a “palace type theatre” of Chinese design. Today Grauman’s Chinese Theatre continues to serve the public as a first run movie theater. Almost everything inside is still the same original furnishing,including the powder room( where actresses like Marilyn Monroe would touch up their makeup and hair,as shown on last picture ).Many Hollywood films have had their premieres at the Chinese Theatre throughout its history.Today its premieres are attended by celebrities and a lot of fans as they have been since 1927.Over 5 million visitors a year visit the famous forecourt with its celebrity handprints and footprints. So next time your in Tinseltown stop by and pay a visit to this historic landmark.