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Toddlers and Tiaras is giving fans updates on some of its biggest stars! ET's exclusively premiering the first trailer for Discovery+'s Toddlers & Tiaras: Where Are They Now, a three-part special that'll delve into the current lives of some of the biggest kid pageant stars.The special, which comes 10 years after the reality show first premiered, will offer viewers a peek "behind the glitter current," to see which former contestants can perform past dance routines and wear old costumes.It'll also count down the most outrageous parent moments from the series -- a Pretty Woman costume and a provocative dance, among others -- as the girls and their parents reminisce on their pageant experiences.In the clips of Toddlers and Tiaras featured in the special's trailer, one dad explains "When Ava's onstage, it's like I'm onstage," while a mom tearfully exclaims, "I don't want a normal life. This is the life that I love."As for who will show up on the series, Eden Wood, who was the face of child pageants when she competed and is now an actress and gamer, will appear with her mom, Mickie. The Tiara Twins are back, but are now more into knives and crossbows than tiaras and gowns.The show will include Isabella "Bella" Barrett too, who's now a self-described, self-made millionaire thanks to her jewelry line. Madison "Tootie" Berg is featured as well, and viewers will get to see that, though the now-college student dropped her childhood nickname, her assistant-like treatment of her mom, Stacy, remains the same.Other stars include the costume-obsessed Ava Perez and her dad, David; the oftentimes sore loser Danielle Kirby and her mom, Tedi; the underdog Liana Pirraglia and her mom, Mary; and the triple threat Sprinkle Sisters and their mom, Dana.Toddlers & Tiaras: Where Are They Now will premiere on Discovery+ Jan. 21. RELATED CONTENT:EXCLUSIVE: Eden Wood Talks 'Toddlers & Tiaras' Past, Wants to 'Inspire' Like Taylor SwiftThis video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors.If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page.Embed CodeRestartMiley Cyrus Compares Her 'Hannah Montana' Days to 'Toddlers & Tiaras'EXCLUSIVE: Eden Wood Reveals Worst Part of 'Toddlers & Tiaras,' Wants to Be the Next Taylor Swift'Toddlers and Tiaras' Is Back and Crazier Than Ever With Fitness Classes, Collagen Sprays and Private Planes
"The Masked Dancer" revealed the celebrity under the Ice Cube costume Wednesday night.
Season 4 of The Crown marked the official debut of Princess Diana, who is portrayed by 24-year-old Pennyworth actress Emma Corrin. Spanning from 1979 to 1990, the new season not only chronicled Lady Spencer’s introduction into the family and her rocky marriage to Prince Charles (Josh O’Connor), it also shined a spotlight on several of her early, iconic fashion moments. In total, costume designer Amy Roberts and assistant costume designer Sidonie Roberts made 80 individual pieces for Diana this season, including 17 outfits for the show’s recreation of her and Charles’ 1983 tour of Australia and a near identical replica of her wedding dress under the guidance of original designer David Emanuel. Princess Diana in her wedding dressNetflix / Getty ImagesUnsurprisingly, the latter, which included a 25-foot silk train and 153-yard-long veil made of tulle and took nearly 10 people help Corrin put it on, is the actress’ favorite. “I do actually think it was the wedding dress because it’s so spectacular that it kind of can’t compete,” says Corrin, who also took a liking to Diana’s more playful and casual moments, like her YSL bomber jacket and many now-iconic jumpers.Ultimately, every day was an “unbelievable” experience. “I just loved going in and there’d be, like, a new incredible costume hanging in my trailer,” she adds. “It was mad.”Meanwhile, hair and makeup designer Cate Hall was responsible for six precise “Diana-cut” wigs that were styled and colored to match specific moments reimagined onscreen. As for the makeup, Hall chose to keep Corrin’s look as natural as possible during Diana’s younger years, eventually recreating certain ‘80s trends, like blue eyeliner and mascara, to age the actress up as Diana got older and emotional stakes grew more intense. Princess Diana outside her home in 1980Netflix / Getty ImagesPrincess Diana and Prince Charles at their engagement announcement.NetflixWith certain moments, like Diana’s wedding dress and her off-the-rack engagement suit from Harrods, the costume designers adhered as closely as they could to the original. And while her tour of Australia was heavily documented, the clothes she wore during it were admittedly some of the hardest to mimic. Those dresses were made of fabrics that are so specific to the time period and were harder to source in contemporary fabric shops. (Yet, during filming of season 4, they still managed to create several twinning looks.) Beyond that, they were afforded a creative license when recreating some of the princess’ other looks, particularly for lesser-known public events or private moments inside the palace. In fact, at times, the show consciously strayed from what Diana actually wore to help fit the journey creator Peter Morgan was ultimately telling onscreen. Princess Diana at a gala in Hobart, AustraliaNetflix / Getty ImagesBut no matter how exact or how creative the costumes were to Diana’s real-life moments, the series new they had captured her spirit with Corrin. Although she already bears a striking resemblance to the late princess, who died in 1997, the actress tells ET there was still a moment when they were getting ready when they knew they had captured Diana’s spirit. “I was sitting behind a mirror and there was a picture behind me for reference and I remember tilting my head the same way during the wig fitting and everyone going, ‘Ohhhh,’” she recalls. O’Connor, however, remembers it being far more dramatic than that when Corrin would appear on set. “Seeing Emma for the first time as Diana was spooky,” he says. “It’s because we have such a clear memory of Diana. And so when Emma steps out with a wig and the amazing costumes... it was, like, really haunting, I thought.”The Crown season 4 is now streaming on Netflix.RELATED CONTENT:'The Crown': First Look at William and Harry in Season 4 (Exclusive)How 'The Crown' Explores Charles' Romances With Camilla and Diana on Seasons 3 and 4'The Crown' Seasons 5 and 6: Elizabeth Debicki and More Join New Cast
*Caution: Spoilers ahead!*The Masked Singer returned for its seventh week of competition on Wednesday, and after four impressive performances, fans had to say goodbye to the show's first-ever two-person costume!The wonderfully weird show brought back the remaining costumed contestants from Group A -- The Sun, The Popcorn and The Snow Owls -- and pitted them against one another in a musical battle royale for a shot at a spot in the final six.After all the performances were delivered and audience votes were counted, The Sun moved on and The Popcorn and The Snow Owls -- who performed "Domino" by Jessie J and "The Prayer" by Andrea Bocelli and Celine Dion, respectively -- faced off in the season's first Smackdown Round!The Snow Owls gave it their best shot, with a country cover of "Because You Loved Me" by Celine Dion.However, The Popcorn buttered up the panelists with a performance of Bryan Adams' "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You," that won them the second slot in the final six.This meant the Snow Owls' Masked Singer journey had to come to and end. However, the panel of celebrity "detectives" -- including Robin Thicke, Nicole Scherzinger, Ken Jeong, and Jenny McCarthy, along with guest panelist Niecy Nash -- first tried their best to guess who was under the feathery ensembles.This time around, only Scherzinger managed to crack the case of the egg-bound singing duo, and she correctly guessed that the lyrical lovebirds were none other than Clint Black and his wife, Lisa Hartman Black!Clint had a lot of love for the panel, sharing, "Y'all are so nice and made us feel good every time!"Meanwhile, Lisa marveled at the gorgeous and truly unique costumes."When I first saw the costumes, I actually cried," Lisa shared. "Because they're so beautiful, but they're so sweet. I couldn't wait to get into them."If you're trying to crack the mystery of the costumed contestants like the rest of America, check out our running list of spoilers, hints and best guesses, where we break down all the clue packages and make wild (surprisingly accurate) predictions about the singers' secret identities.The Masked Singer airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Fox!For more on this exciting season of The Masked Singer, check out the video below!Bob Saget Shares Which ‘Fuller House’ Co-Stars He’d Like to See on ‘The Masked Singer’This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors.If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page.Embed CodeRestartRELATED CONTENT:'The Masked Singer' Week 6: See Who Got Unmasked!'Masked Singer': Squiggly Monster Gets Axed in Hilarious Elimination'The Masked Singer': Season 4 Clues, Spoilers and Best Guesses'Masked Singer' Spinoff 'Masked Dancer' Finds Host, Celeb Panelists
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The City of St. Louis Health Department is urging people to practice social distancing, wear masks and limit social gatherings to their bubbles on Halloween.
We often associate the month of October with spooky characters like goblins, witches and vampires.