‘RHOC’ Star Vicki Gunvalson Moves Into New Home in Puerto Vallarta – HVY Journalists

Vicki Gunvalson of The Real Housewives of Orange County is making a big move. She will still have her normal house, but Vicki also now has a house in Puerto Vallarta. This will be a second home for her. People shared the details about her moving into her new home.

Vicki Gunvalson’s new home

Back in May, Vicki Gunvalson bought this home. It will be for retirement and vacation. Now when she goes on vacation there is no reason to pay for a place to stay. Vicki has been sharing a lot on her Instagram Story about moving in and getting the new furniture for the place. She even shared about packing to go.

Vicki is now all moved on. She shared some details with fans.

“I took a leap of faith, I ended up closing on a condo last month and I got here last night. And I thought, you know what? This was what was meant to be.”

She was a bit nervous, but now admits it was a great decision. This is a big move, but it looks like Vicki is just living her best life. She knows that some people think it’s a crazy choice, but she just doesn’t even care.

Vicki’s new condo

The place already had furniture and stuff in it. Vicki Gunvalson donated it to an “orphanage” and got her own stuff. She has been sharing amazing patio chairs and more that she got on her story. There is a dining room table that is being specially made for her.

Her balcony is right on the beach. She has an amazing view and even a jacuzzi tub you can sit in and see the water and beach.

This is a place that Vicki Gunvalson has been going for a long time. She shared that for over 30 years she has taken trips here. It looks like Vicki feels like this place is home and now she finally has her own there. 

Don’t miss new episodes of The Real Housewives of Orange County when it returns to Bravo. Sadly, Vicki has moved on from the show. You probably won’t be seeing her there, but she does update fans on her social media all the time.

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Olivia Munn trips while posing in sexy bikini for 40th birthday

It seems Olivia Munn’s 40th birthday got off to a rocky start.

Taking to Instagram on her special day Friday, the “Love Wedding Repeat” actress posted a video of herself posing in a bikini near a waterfall, later holding her foot in pain after stumbling backward.

“2020 strikes again,” Munn captioned the clip. “Anyway, thanks for the birthday wishes!”

While some of Munn’s followers offered their condolences after her mishap, others commented with crying-laughing face emojis.

“Hahahahahahhahahh DYING,” actress Jamie Chung replied.

“Lolll happy bday @oliviamunn !!!” Elaine Welteroth posted.

Munn continued documenting her weekend festivities on Saturday, posting photos from a camping expedition.

“Camping won’t be that hot they said. There’ll be so much to do they said,” Munn shared on Instagram.

As of Sunday morning, Munn is “still camping.”

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Judi Dench on Joining TikTok: ‘It Saved My Life’ – Variety

Judi Dench has won an Academy Award, a Tony, two Golden Globes, 10 BAFTA Awards and was appointed Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire, but her latest achievement is going viral on TikTok.

Dench has joined her grandson Sam Williams on the mobile app, taking part in dance videos and skits that have hundreds of thousands of views.

She opened up to Channel 4 News in an interview about how the app has helped her during quarantine as the film and theater businesses have been shut down since March.

“It saved my life. I know nothing about TikTok. Sam is the person who is technically-minded and who has all the ideas, so he got very strict,” she said.

The award-winning actor added that “every day is so uncharted” and that it’s hard to keep track of time, something most people in quarantine can relate to.

“You wake up and wonder what day it is,” she said. “Then you wonder what date it is and sometimes what month. Then you think, ‘What do I do today?’ and the prospect is, ‘Well, what is there to do today?’”

No stranger to long rehearsals, Dench said her grandson pushed her to learn the dance moves seen in their videos.

“He made me do it. I had to rehearse all those moves. Don’t just think that comes naturally,” she said.

She also shared what her initial quarantine goals were, but she hasn’t made as much progress as she’d hoped.

“I planned to learn every Shakespeare sonnet,” she said. “I’ve got to about nine, and there are 154, so I’ve got a bit of a way to go there. I’ve done a bit of painting and I’ve talked to friends and rehearse my TikTok and done it with Sam.”

Dench most recently appeared on the big screen in “Cats” in the U.S. and had her latest film “Artemis Fowl” moved from its theatrical release to launch on Disney Plus. In the U.K., she starred in the war drama “Six Minutes to Midnight,” which was pulled from theaters amid the pandemic, and she has “Blithe Spirit” scheduled for this December.

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Led Zeppelin Singer Robert Plant Shows ‘One Direction’ That The Rock Community Have To Go – Metalhead Zone

The legendary co-founding member of Led Zeppelin and one of the most famous activists of our industry, Robert Plant, has shared a new tweet on his official Twitter account and showed his support to ‘Let The Music Play’ movement once again.

As you might already remember, lots of stars in the music industry have joined a new movement called ‘Let The Music Play’ to call on United Kingdom government to stop damaging live music after the coronavirus times and let the musicians organize new stuff after the outbreak.

Paul McCartney, The Cure, Radiohead, Cold, and many other bands/artists released a public letter this week to wake the music industry up after the lockdown, and Robert Plant is among these legendary stars.

Today, Robert Plant has shared a new tweet to declare his support to that movement once again and tried to make a difference for the community once again.

Here is what Robert wrote on Twitter:

“Round and round we go, year after year and show after show interactive and interdependent. Crew, bands, techs, all of our game heading in one direction… #LetTheMusicPlay”

You can check out the tweet of Robert right below.

Round and round we go, year after year and show after show interactive and interdependent..crew, bands, techs, all of our game heading in one direction… #LetTheMusicPlay pic.twitter.com/DJoTTuWaaa

— Robert Plant (@RobertPlant) July 3, 2020

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