In the video, Camila belted out the lyrics from the Broadway musical Chicago with enough force to shake sails. This real-life rendition coincided nicely with Camila’s same cover on last week’s Riverdale, where she got a little help from Vanessa and Madelaine Petsch as backup dancers. Their practice definitely paid off! Watch the video above to see the costars fully commit to their boat show. Do you think we’ll get a Veronica and Toni duet in season four?
Are They Getting Tips? Princess Beatrice and Her Fiancé Attend Another Royal Wedding
On Saturday, Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi took a break from planning their own upcoming nuptials to attend another royal wedding. They celebrated the marriage of Jean-Christophe, Prince Napoléon (a descendant of Napoleon Bonaparte) and Countess Olympia von Arco-Zinneberg (great-great-great niece of Napoleon’s second wife) at Les Invalides in Paris.
For the special occasion, Princess Beatrice looked radiant wearing a pastel-colored floral dress, light blue coat, and blush pink hat; if this ensemble is anything to go by, we’re in for a treat when it comes to her wedding dress.
The pair got engaged in September after a year of dating, with the wedding set to take place in 2020. Until then, get a closer look at the happy couple attending the ceremony.
Kylie Jenner Took Stormi, True, and Dream to a Pumpkin Patch, and Fall Has Never Looked So Cute
Last year, ahead of Stormi’s first Halloween, she went to a pumpkin patch with both Kylie and Travis Scott, and this year, she had her cousins by her side. On Kylie’s Instagram Story, she shared a snap of Stormi with Khloé Kardashian’s daughter, True, and Rob Kardashian’s daughter, Dream, as they enjoyed the day of activities. We have to say, Stormi looked like she was having a lot more fun this time compared to her aquarium trip in July, where she had her arms crossed and her attitude on. Not even Stormi can deny the fun of Fall activities!
Watch This Shelter Cat Do the Most to Snuggle Up With a Little Boy Who’s Reading to It
Must be a page turner! ? Finn, one of our Rescue Readers, had a captive audience in Finn the cat when he visited the shelter to read to our adoptable animals. The sweetest #WednesdayCuteBreak! P.S. Learn more about this program at animalhumanesociety.org/rescue-readers.
Posted by Animal Humane Society on Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Like it can with kids and babies, research shows that reading can have a calming effect on animals, which is why the Animal Humane Society (AHS) started a full-on program called Rescue Readers in which people can sign up to read to shelter animals. For Finn, one of the AHS’s Rescue Readers, one particular reading session proved just how beneficial reading to a shelter animal could be, when he read a story to a cat who was positively thrilled that someone was there to snuggle and read to him.
In a video from 2017 that’s making its rounds on Facebook again, Finn can be seen reading to one of the shelter cats, who nuzzles the young boy emphatically as he flips the pages. It’s clear that in terms of socialization and calming effects, this encounter was a perfect example of what the Rescue Reader program seeks to accomplish. Watch the video of Finn reading to this sweet kitty above – they are such a cute pair!