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Jennifer Garner’s fans gush over her sweet gesture for child Fin — see intimate glimpse into family life

Jennifer Garner’s fans gush over her sweet gesture for child Fin — see intimate glimpse into family life

Jennifer Garner is a doting mom-of-three and her home life seems incredibly idyllic!  The Hollywood star is incredibly down-to-earth, and loves nothing more than cooking for her children, something that was evident in her latest video posted on Instagram.  The Alias actress has a long-running Pretend Cooking Show series on her feed, and the latest segment saw Jennifer make pancakes for her child, Fin, 15.  VIDEO: Jennifer Garner treats child Fin in adorable home footage In the footage, which can be viewed above, Jennifer was filled with joy as she made a stack of pancakes for Fin, revealing that it was their favorite food.  “I have a kid going to something early and I thought I’d make them their favorite pancakes,” she said excitedly as she got to work in the kitchen. “But first, I need a little moment to myself, with my best girl,” she added, as she doted over her pet dog.  © GettyJennifer Garner is a doting mom to three children In the comments section, fans were quick to praise Jennifer for …

Viewers gush over father in tears dropping his child off at preschool

Viewers gush over father in tears dropping his child off at preschool

Stay ahead of the trend in fashion and beyond with our free weekly Lifestyle Edit newsletter Stay ahead of the trend in fashion and beyond with our free weekly Lifestyle Edit newsletter A mother has shared her husband’s heartbreaking reaction to dropping their child off at school for the first time. Mary Harper recently took to TikTok to share exactly what happened when both she and her husband, Samajee, dropped off their son, Isaiah for his first day of preschool. “POV: Dropping your three year old off at preschool for the first time,” text across the screen read in her video. Both Mary and Samajee were sitting in their car assumed to be immediately after dropping off their son. The clip shows Mary about to cry until her husband starts sobbing. “I thought I was gonna be cool bruh,” Samajee was saying in between tears. He can be heard saying that after dropping Isaiah off, the child turned around to look at his father before he left, and that was what made him so emotional. …

Fans gush over Barry Keoghan being ‘distracted’ by Sabrina Carpenter at Oscars party

Fans gush over Barry Keoghan being ‘distracted’ by Sabrina Carpenter at Oscars party

Stay ahead of the trend in fashion and beyond with our free weekly Lifestyle Edit newsletter Stay ahead of the trend in fashion and beyond with our free weekly Lifestyle Edit newsletter Fans are gushing over how Barry Keoghan was “distracted” by his rumoured girlfriend, Sabrina Carpenter, while posing at the Vanity Fair 2024 Oscars Party. The 31-year-old actor attended the event in Beverly Hills on 10 March following the 96th annual Academy Awards. While on the red carpet, he posed only mere steps away from Carpenter, as shown in videos shared on social media. In one clip shared on TikTok by a fan, the Saltburn star could be seen smiling for the camera while wearing a black and white pattern jacket, a white mesh tank top, and dark pants. As he moved down the red carpet, Carpenter followed behind as she wore a black gown featuring a sheer, glitter skirt. Keoghan appeared to notice his rumoured girlfriend next to him, as he was seen in the clip looking over at Carpenter instead of paying …

Fans Gush Over Throwback Taylor Swift-Usher Clip Before Super Bowl

Fans Gush Over Throwback Taylor Swift-Usher Clip Before Super Bowl

Social fans couldn’t get enough of resurfaced clips featuring Taylor Swift performing with Usher over a decade before the Super Bowl on Sunday. Videos from the 2011 performance show the singer-songwriter mentioning that she has “friends” at her Speak Now World Tour stop in Atlanta before she introduced the future halftime show headliner with the first line from his hit song Yeah!. “Peace up, A-town down,” said Taylor, before Usher appeared on stage to perform the track. The two danced together and sang different lines from the number before Swift –– with some stumbling blocks –– took on most of Ludacris/Lil’ Jon verse. They later hugged before two of Usher’s kids walked onstage toward their father. TikTok users gushed over the footage, with one writing: “This is exactly what i want.” “THIS IS SO FUNNY WHY HAVE I NEVER SEEN THIS,” wrote another. “Hear me out… she performs with Usher tonight and drops Reputation with an Usher feature,” one Swiftie also theorised. Usher was joined by a host of A-list guests during his Super Bowl …

I’m trying so hard not to gush over Teenage Engineering’s latest gadget

I’m trying so hard not to gush over Teenage Engineering’s latest gadget

Teenage Engineering’s new $300 groovebox has no business being this cute. That’s the whole point. The EP–133 K.O.II (we’ll just call it Knock Out II) is a combination drum machine, synthesizer and sampler. It’s a supersized upgrade to Teenage Engineer’s pint-sized PO-33 K.O, which offers many of the same features for a fraction of the price. The vibe of the Knock Out II is decidedly more 1980s drum computer than modern Roland groovebox. Its buttons, knobs and sole fader appear almost oversized on the thin device. I’m not sure exactly how to work it, but that leaves me no less tempted to fork over the money. Whether you consider Teenage Engineering’s audio gear overdesigned, overpriced or just right, I’m simply glad the VC-backed startup makes things that illicit an emotional response. It’s refreshing to see a hardware company get weird with it; most seem overly preoccupied with chasing Apple down its minimalist rabbit hole. Getting weird with it is Teenage Engineering’s whole thing. The Swedish firm creates wireless speakers, grooveboxes and hypebeasty accessories for listeners and …

You’ve Never Seen a Star Like This

You’ve Never Seen a Star Like This

A new image from the Webb telescope shows an infant star not as a diamond hanging in the sky, but a velvety, dark orb surrounded by jets of radiant dust. NASA / ESA / CSA September 15, 2023, 2:55 PM ET From our perspective down here, on the surface of our planet, the stars are tiny, gleaming specks in an inky-dark universe. Occasionally they appear to twinkle, when the air in our atmosphere bends the incoming light. Through telescopes, they are balls of light, their glow distorted by the lens. And up close, the best star in the universe—our sun—is an orangey sphere of flame. But stars can be so much more than that, as telescopes, especially the very good ones, can reveal. The James Webb Space Telescope—the most powerful space observatory ever built, perched a million miles from Earth—has captured a portrait of a star about 1,000 light-years away. It’s not a diamond hanging in the sky, but a velvety, dark orb, suspended in space, with jets of bright material unfurling on two sides …