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The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Is Back With a New Full-Length Season 2 Trailer

In what will come as a surprise to exactly no one, Midge Maisel’s jokes have become even sharper and more hilarious—and her statement coats that much bolder—in the second season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. The housewife turned comedian will make her triumphant return to your TV screen in just a few short weeks, so to tide fans over Amazon just released an official trailer for the new episodes.

As seen in the clip, the fast-talking Midge (Emmy winner Rachel Brosnahan) is still in hot pursuit of becoming the funniest person in New York City. With her faithful and feisty friend-slash-manager (Alex Borstein, also an Emmy winner) by her side, little by little Midge begins to turn comedy clubs in her favor. Her progress is somewhat slowed, however, by the fact that she’s still keeping her funnybone a secret from almost everyone important in her life. “One year ago my old life ended and my new life began,” she narrates in the trailer. “I wanna be successful, but I haven’t told my friends or parents. Except for my ex. He knows.”

While Amazon has been generous about revealing some details about The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel‘s second season over the past few months—hey, we’d be generous after winning all of those awards, too—the streaming service also provided an official plot description to accompany the trailer, and it sure seems like tensions between Midge and her parents will be at a high due to her secret. (You know what that means: more screen time for a mustachioed Tony Shalhoub.)

“After Midge’s triumph at the Gaslight, the fallout from her takedown of Sophie Lennon looms large, making her climb up the comedy ladder more challenging than ever,” the description reads. “As the actual grind of being a comic begins to take its toll on Midge, the pressure to come clean to her family weighs on her—especially as her choices have a ripple effect on everyone around her.”

Watch the full, fast-paced trailer below—and prepare to head back in time to the Upper West Side of the 1950s when all 10 episodes of season two drop on Amazon on December 5.

Related: Rachel Brosnahan Talks About Being Called “Not Funny” Before Her Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Role

Late Term Abortion Movie Making Money Despite Theaters Dropping It

Moviemaking may be largely about the writing, filming, and editing processes, there’s a major aspect of the film industry that casual fans often don’t think of: its release. There’s negotiation between studios and theaters, where the amount of showings is determined before each new release arrives. This process is what gets movies in theaters, although controversial independent drama Gosnell is having a hard time keeping showings– although that’s not stopping it from making money.

Gosnell is an indie film starring Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman actor Dean Cain. After crowdfunding helped the movie get made, there are tons of theaters that are reportedly turning the edgy drama down. Despite showing in just 480 theaters, the movie managed to accrue an impressive $2,004,734 in box office sales over its first two weekends.

While $2 million is chump change compared to massive blockbusters like Star Wars or superhero movies, it’s a pretty substantial hall for such a small indie movie– especially considering that it’s being shown in so few theaters. Gosnell was made on a budget of $4 million, which was accrued through the use of crowdfunding. While many indie flicks don’t end up recouping their investment, it certainly seems like Gosnell may be able to do just that.

Gosnell producer and marketing director John Sullivan recently spoke to Daily Wire about being dropped, and he seems shocked that so many theaters are turning their backs on the movie. As he tells it,

It’s not totally clear why so many theaters and chains have decided to drop Gosnell, although the film’s somewhat controversial subject matter seems like a good guess. It’s not easy to sell a movie about illegal late-term abortions, yet here we are. And it’s based off a true story.

Gosnell follows the investigation, trial, and eventual conviction of infamous abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell. Gosnell performed illegal late-term abortions in the early 2000s, and was eventually charged with murder and manslaughter after killing his patients and their newborn children.

Gosnell is in select theaters now, although it may be hard to find a screening, depending on your location. In the meantime, check out our 2019 release list to plan your trips to the movies in the New Year.

Alexander Wang Designed a Line for Uniqlo’s HEATTECH, and Everything Is Under $50

Poll any fashion person (or cold-weather dweller, for that matter) on what helps them get through the winter, and you’ll likely get the same response: Uniqlo’s HEATTECH. Its line of barely-there, affordable basics made from bio-warming and insulating fabric have been keeping shoppers warm since 2003. You might look at the T-shirts and tights and think they’re something to hide underneath, but Uniqlo is giving shoppers a reason to show off their HEATTECH this year, with a little help from Alexander Wang.

The designer is creating a HEATTECH capsule for Uniqlo, which launches online on November 8. It will still be focused on basics, HEATTECH’s bread and butter (think bodysuits, T-shirts, leggings, and, yes, underwear), but with that Wang twist (like neon green accents.) The 34-year-old is a returning Uniqlo collaborator—he designed a capsule for the Japanese retailer back in 2008, as part of its Designer Invitation Project—as well as a frequent Uniqlo shopper: He told Vogue he gets his “socks, underwear, those everyday essential items,” there. “It’s not fussy, it’s pure, there’s quality to it,” he added.

Though Alexander Wang x HEATTECH is meant as an innerwear collection, the designer envisions the pieces in all sorts of scenarios—he tells Vogue: “Wear the bra top with a high-waisted jean and a denim jacket,” for instance. “I wanted to think about it in a way where even if it wasn’t just worn on the inside—if you wore it as a top as something to lounge around in—you feel like there’s a style, an aesthetic that could stand on its own.” If you can’t decide if you prefer an underwear set or leggings, you can nab both: Prices start at $15 and cap out at $40.

Check out every single piece in the cold-weather collection every fashion person will be wearing this year, even if it’s underneath their layers.

Netflix New Releases: Movies And TV Shows Coming To Netflix Streaming In November 2018

November brings the year one step closer to the end of the calendar, and judging by Netflix’s incoming streaming lineup, it looks like 2018 is going to continue to close out strong as ever. If you’re interested in seeing what hit the library during the month of October, we’ve got you covered elsewhere. Otherwise, prepare yourself to update your watch list with the following titles:

Week of November 1

Angela’s Christmas – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/1/18
Bram Stoker’s Dracula – 11/1/18
Bring It On: In It to Win It – 11/1/18
Cape Fear – 11/1/18
Children of Men – 11/1/18
Close Encounters of the Third Kind – 11/1/18
Cloverfield – 11/1/18
Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo – 11/1/18
Doctor Strange – 11/1/18
Fair Game – Director’s Cut – 11/1/18
Follow This: Part 3 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/1/18
From Dusk Till Dawn – 11/1/18
Good Will Hunting – 11/1/18
Jet Li’s Fearless – 11/1/18
Julie & Julia – 11/1/18
Katt Williams: The Pimp Chronicles: Pt. 1 – 11/1/18
National Lampoon’s Animal House – 11/1/18
Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow – 11/1/18
Planet Hulk – 11/1/18
Scary Movie 2 – 11/1/18
Scary Movie 3 – 11/1/18
Sex and the City: The Movie – 11/1/18
Sixteen Candles – 11/1/18
Stink! – 11/1/18
The English Patient – 11/1/18
The Judgement – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/1/18
The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin – 11/1/18
The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep – 11/1/18
Transcendence – 11/1/18
Vaya – 11/1/18
Brainchild – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/2/18
House of Cards: Season 6 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/2/18
ReMastered: Tricky Dick & The Man in Black – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/2/18
The Holiday Calendar – NETFLIX FILM – 11/2/18
The Other Side of the Wind – NETFLIX FILM – 11/2/18
They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/2/18
Trolls: The Beat Goes On!: Season 4 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/2/18
Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil – 11/3/18

Week of November 4

Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End – 11/4/18
Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj (Streaming Every Sunday, begins October 28) – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/4/18
Homecoming: Season 1 – 11/5/18
John Leguizamo’s Latin History for Morons – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/5/18
Into the Forest – 11/7/18
The Sea of Trees – 11/8/18
Beat Bugs: Season 3 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/9/18
La Reina del Flow – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/9/18
Medal of Honor – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/9/18
Outlaw King – NETFLIX FILM – 11/9/18
Spirit Riding Free: Season 7 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/9/18
Super Drags – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/9/18
The Great British Baking Show: Collection 6 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/9/18
Treehouse Detectives: Season 2 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/9/18
Westside – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/9/18

Week of November 11

Green Room – 11/12/18
Loudon Wainwright III: Surviving Twin – NETFLIX ORIGINAL — 11/13/18
Oh My Ghost – NETFLIX ORIGINAL — 11/13/18
Warrior – NETFLIX ORIGINAL — 11/13/18
May The Devil Take You – NETFLIX FILM — 11/15/18
The Crew – NETFLIX FILM — 11/15/18
Cam – NETFLIX FILM — 11/16/18
Narcos: Mexico – NETFLIX ORIGINAL — 11/16/18
Ponysitters Club: Season 2 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL — 11/16/18
Prince of Peoria – NETFLIX ORIGINAL — 11/16/18
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power – NETFLIX ORIGINAL — 11/16/18
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs – NETFLIX FILM — 11/16/18
The Break-Up – 11/16/18
The Kominsky Method – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/16/18
The Princess Switch – NETFLIX FILM – 11/16/18

Week of November 18

The Pixar Story – 11/18/18
The Last Kingdom: Season 3 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/19/18
Kulipari: Dream Walker – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/20/18
Motown Magic – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/20/18
Sabrina – NETFLIX FILM – 11/20/18
The Final Table – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/20/18
Trevor Noah: Son of Patricia – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/20/18
The Tribe – NETFLIX FILM – 11/21/18
Jiro Dreams of Sushi – 11/22/18
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Gauntlet – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/22/18
The Christmas Chronicles – NETFLIX FILM – 11/22/18
Frontier: Season 3 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/23/18
Fugitiva – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/23/18
Sick Note – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/23/18
Sick Note: Season 2 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/23/18
To Build or Not to Build: Season 2 – 11/23/18

Week of November 25

My Little Pony Friendship is Magic: Best Gift Ever – 11/25/18
Bumping Mics with Jeff Ross & Dave Attel – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/27/18
Pocoyo: Season 4 – 11/29/18
1983 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/30/18
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding – NETFLIX FILM – 11/30/18
Baby – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/30/18
Death by Magic – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/30/18
F is for Family: Season 3 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/30/18
Happy as Lazzaro – NETFLIX FILM – 11/30/18
Rajma Chawal – NETFLIX FILM – 11/30/18
Spy Kids: Mission Critical: Season 2 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 11/30/18
The World Is Yours – NETFLIX FILM – 11/30/18
Tiempo compartido – NETFLIX FILM — 11/30/18

Movies are shaping up to be quite the draw at Netflix, as a lot of old favorites are coming back, with some new originals spicing things up. Halloween might be over by time it hits, but if you’re looking for something spooky during the holiday months, make sure you look out for Bram Stoker’s Dracula and Cape Fear! Also, Marvel fans can rejoice, as Doctor Strange is headed to the streaming service as well.

However, don’t underestimate Netflix’s original film content, as some big contenders are on the horizon. Both The Ballad of Buster Scruggs and The Other Side of the Wind see the return of The Coen Brothers and Orson Welles to the film scene. Also, if you’ve been curious about what Kurt Russell would look like as Santa Claus, The Christmas Chronicles will help make that dream come true.

Last, but not least, if you want to know how Scotland landed its first king and/or what Chris’s “pine” looks like, Outlaw King will answer both of those questions. However, if your tastes run closer to the realm of TV, Netflix definitely has some exciting content coming through its original programming.

The Great British Baking Show returns with a sixth collection of episodes, and if Narcos: Mexico is a title you’ve been looking forward to, you’ll be able to see it sooner than you think. Conspiracies abound in the new original series, 1983; but if you’re looking for a good laugh to balance out the darkness of said show, Mystery Science Theater 3000 and F is for Family could both provide a good antidote.

Netflix has a lot to offer in November, but please keep in mind that all titles above are subject to change. So keep this list bookmarked, so you can keep checking back in to see if any updates are made. Happy watching, folks!

Netflix’s Bird Box Trailer Puts Sandra Bullock In A Horrifying Apocalypse

Earlier this year, audiences gazed intently on A Quiet Place as it explored the terror of silence. Another lost sense is being explored on Netflix‘s upcoming film Bird Box, starring Sandra Bullock, as an unseen threat has her character wearing a blindfold through desolate forests and raging rivers. Take a look:

Feel those chills coming on? Netflix’s trailer for Bird Box offers a lot of intrigue and excitement for the movie coming out this winter. First off, seeing Sandy Bullock back in action in survival mode brings back memories from her incredible performance in 2013’s Gravity.

This movie has the actress protecting her children and herself from an entity that takes the form of people’s worst fears. Bullock is grounded, daring and understandably frightened in the trailer as she transforms from a short-haired pregnant woman to a badass survivor relentlessly looking out for her children.

Sandra Bullock is joined by a hugely talented cast as well including her recent Ocean’s 8 costar Sarah Paulson, Predator‘s Trevante Rhodes, Get Out‘s Lil Rel Howery and John Malkovich. In the trailer, Bullock’s character Malorie is getting an ultrasound with her sister (Paulson) when a woman is seen persistently banging her bloody head against glass in the hospital. The two drive out to a messy post-apocalyptic scene, with burning cars and mass hysteria. After the dust settles, Bullock finds herself in a house with other survivors hiding from the threat.

The trailer does an incredible job of explaining the stakes of the situation, revealing that people see their worst nightmare when they open their eyes. Eventually the survivors board up cars, cover their eyes, and stay indoors in order to continue to live.

The sequence where the survivors sit in a van with windows blocked out as the car sensors start reacting sets up what kind of thrills Bird Box will have. The most memorable highlight of the trailer is when Malorie is out alone with her kids on a river, as she tells them they cannot take off their blindfolds. It ends with her in the middle of the river on a boat holding out a gun at a indistinct figure in the distance which soon seems to approach her and take her down as the movie’s title appears.

Bird Box continues a recent trend of Netflix releasing high-profile original movies to their library, as well as select theaters. The streaming service has a line-up of original movies featuring big names such as Outlaw King starring Chris Pine, a new Coen Brothers film The Ballad of Buster Scruggs and Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma. Bird Box is coming to Netflix and select theaters on December 21.

Daniel Radcliffe Says Kids Don’t Recognize Him As Harry Potter Anymore

Daniel Radcliffe has taken on a slew of oddball roles in A Young Doctor’s Notebook, Swiss Army Man, Beast of Burden and plenty of theater gigs in recent years, but he’s still mostly known for his work in the Harry Potter franchise movies. However, in a recent interview Radcliffe revealed that as he is approaching 30, young fans have stopped recognizing him. He said:

It has been well over seven years since Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 hit theaters and even longer since Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and co. were actually filming the final movie. At that time, Radcliffe was in his early twenties. He was 11 years of age when he was first cast for Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone. So, yes, he’s changed a lot in the time since.

Daniel Radcliffe doesn’t sport the thick glasses he did while playing Harry Potter. He also has facial hair now, a change from his magical days. He recently told The Telegraph that sometimes parents will attempt to introduce their kids to “Harry Potter” and they won’t quite believe the actor used to play the part. Time passes, but Harry Potter will always be a teenager with a mop of dark hair to most people.

This is a change from a few years back when Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 was one of the “it” movies of the year. The franchise is still going strong with audiences of all ages, thanks to the popularity of J.K. Rowling’s books, as well as movies like Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them along with the play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.

Adults seem to still be all over Harry Potter, though. Danielle Radcliffe also recently talked about the affect J.K. Rowling’s character has had on his life and he has previously talked about the advantages he had that he believes helped him to land the role. Per the actor, it’s just really nice to hear how much of an influence his work has had on numerous people. He also told the outlet:

There are plenty of stories left to tell in J.K. Rowling’s universe and perhaps the next generation of kids will be more into Queenie, or Newt Scamander or even a younger Albus Dumbledore. If you’d like to see the latest story in the universe, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, set decades before the events in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer‘s stone, will hit theaters on November 16.

Black Ops 4: 7 Tips For Blackout Beginners

Black Ops 4‘s battle royale mode, Blackout, is already a huge hit. But if you’re looking to fine-tune your skills and topple those 87 rivals, these seven tips might help you get the job done.

Whether you’re working with a partner, a squad of four or flying solo, there are a few basic guidelines that should help you improve your game across all Blackout modes. Even if you’re a seasoned veteran coming in from games like Fortnite or PUBG, the team at Treyarch has thrown in a few unique wrinkles to separate its big free-for-all mode from the pack and, thus, require at least a bit of preparation before diving in. Similarly, even if you’re a longtime Call of Duty fan, Blackout is a completely different beast when compared to the modes you’re used to finding in a game like Black Ops 4.

So whether you’re just now getting ready to take Blackout for a spin or need a few pointers to improve your odds, here are our seven tips for survival.

Don’t Be Picky About Your Gun

Whether you’re dropping into a crowded region on the Blackout map or aiming to pick through a few outlying buildings with the hopes of staying out of firefights in the early goings, the first thing you want to do when you hit the ground is find a gun.

Given the fact that this is a shooter, that might seem like a no-brainer. But you’d be surprised how many people just start grabbing anything and everything that’s lying around before arming themselves with a useful weapon. And by “useful weapon,” I mean anything that shoots bullets. Even if you don’t plan on hanging onto that pistol, if it’s the first gun you come across on the map, you should be picking it up.

The Blackout map is positively littered with gear, so it’s understandable that your eyes might get bigger than your stomach upon first parachuting in. But the best way to make sure you’re one of the first people to be sent to a new match is to lollygag around, grabbing ammo, healing items and various other pieces of gear while an opponent you didn’t see snags the first firearm they came across and gets the drop on you. Grab a gun, listen for approaching enemies, and then you can feel a bit more confident while filling out the rest of your arsenal.

Why The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus Was Afraid Daryl Would Kill Rick Off

Upon learning that Andrew Lincoln’s Rick Grimes would be bowing out of The Walking Dead‘s narrative, one of the first questions people had was “How’s it going to happen?” The thought process was a big harder for series star Norman Reedus, who spent the majority of the between-seasons hiatus afraid his character Daryl would be responsible for killing Rick off. It was all due to a last-second choice to add the actor to a Season 8 scene. In Reedus’ words:

At the end of last season, that very last scene that we shot, it looks like Jesus, Maggie and Daryl are going to turn on Rick — I wasn’t in that scene [at first]. Maybe an hour before that, they’re, ‘We want to put you in this scene.’ And I was, ‘What are you talking about? I can’t go against Rick. What are you talking about?’ And they were, ‘Trust us, it’ll play out later.’ And I was, ‘Wait, wait, what?’ So I spent my whole hiatus thinking, ‘Oh my god, I’m going to kill Rick, or he’s going to kill me.’

Anybody who watched the Season 8 finale remembers the shot that he’s talking about, since it sparked quite a lot of chatter in its aftermath. In response to Rick’s decision to keep Negan alive and imprisoned, Maggie made a vow to face Rick down at a point after the communities had rebuilt and flourished. Apparently, Daryl wasn’t originally meant to be privy to Maggie’s assertions, which meant Norman Reedus didn’t initially have any particular worries.

TV productions are always-evolving processes, though. At some point later on in the scheme of things, the creative team decided to bring Daryl into Maggie’s extremely patient coup. They also decided not to let Daryl in on all the fun, which appeared to inspire more apprehension and dread than smiling anticipation. (At least it didn’t involve him eating dog food sandwiches…we assume.)

Norman Reedus already had questions about why Daryl would even be hearing Maggie out about any kind of anti-Rick agenda. So he would naturally then have even more questions about how that situation might affect Daryl’s relationship with Rick further down the road. As Walking Dead fans know, most people who get in the way of Rick Grimes don’t survive to bitch about it.

As such, Reedus was half-justified in being worried, even though it’s hard to imagine showrunner Angela Kang or anyone else choosing to implement an event like that. Perhaps it’s telling of The Walking Dead‘s evolution and new direction that Reedus had even an ounce of worry. Maybe these next few episodes truly will feature such radical actions.

Andrew Lincoln’s departure from The Walking Dead probably played into Norman Reedus’ worries, assuming news about Lincoln wasn’t immediately followed by the reassurance that Daryl and Rick won’t cause each other’s demises. For all the good feelings we can have about Daryl probably not murdering the last (current) male in the Grimes bloodline, Maggie still fits into a suspect role. Her decisions at the end of “Warning Signs,” among others, proved that.

After all, Negan was responsible for destroying so much of the stability that Rick & Co. had regained in Alexandria. Yet he’s the biggest exception to the law of the land regarding justice being served to Rick’s enemies.

By this point, Norman Reedus has gotten used to Daryl not necessarily seeing eye-to-eye with Rick on how things need to go. When speaking to The Wrap, the actor talked about the thought process behind Maggie and Daryl allowing the Oceanside women to culminate their revenge plan against the Saviors.

Both those characters have been in this world long enough where you can only follow someone so long when you don’t agree with what they’re doing. [Rick] is sort of blinded by grief and all these other things, and he has to make this work and for all these reasons but he’s not really listening to the people around him anymore.

Norman Reedus also implied that Daryl and Maggie agreed that Cyndie and the others had “the right intentions” when taking out the Saviors who killed their family members. So if Maggie is letting other people do that kind of thing, after she’d already had Gregory hung in public view, then that doesn’t bode well for Negan making it to the back half of Season 9. Stranger things have happened, of course, and he does have more comic story to get through, but then so did Carl.

Even if Norman Reedus didn’t have a justified reason to worry about Daryl and Rick killing each other, his feelings are an extension of how he feels about Andrew Lincoln himself. He’s going to miss the heck out of his longtime co-star, with whom he’s shared much one-sided laughter over bizarre pranks.

In fact, Reedus’ way of honoring Lincoln’s absence is one of the most unique tributes possible. Not to mention it’s extremely “Norman Reedus.”

That was hard. I think I kinda knew before a lot of people knew. We kinda had a pact at one point where we weren’t going to leave without each other, but I understood [Andrew Lincoln] leaving. The first day he was gone, he used to come to my trailer to eat lunch every day. So the day after he left, I went back to my trailer and just kinda sat there, I didn’t know what to do. The last day he was in there, he was covered in blood and sat on one of my chairs, and I still won’t let anyone clean the chair. It’s really, really disgusting.

So will Maggie play a more villainous role in Rick’s exit before potentially joining Georgie elsewhere in the country? If the Rick-Daryl-Maggie trifecta wasn’t enough of a wildcard arc, how about the way The Walking Dead is developing the story around that mystery helicopter?

The Walking Dead airs Sunday nights on AMC at 9:00 p.m. ET. Fall TV is full of shows that won’t have two BFF protagonists killing each other, so be sure to keep track of all the latest premieres.

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Chrissy Teigen Celebrated Her Mom Becoming a U.S. Citizen With the Cutest Video

Chrissy Teigen‘s mom, Vilailuck Teigen—known affectionately as “Yāy” to Teigen’s online fans—is officially a U.S. citizen.

Teigen took to Twitter on Tuesday evening to share a video of her mom, who’s originally from Thailand, reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. In the clip, Vilailuck can be seen holding her two-year-old granddaughter, Luna, who’s waving an American flag in honor of her grandmother’s accomplishment. “YES MOM!! Congrats @pepperthai2!!” the cookbook author captioned the post. John Legend also celebrated his mother-in-law’s big day, sharing the video to his own feed and adding, “@Pepperthai2 became a US citizen today! 100% on her test!”

The congratulatory comments flowed in. “I got my citizenship last year, congrats to your mom!!!!” wrote one Twitter user. “That is really, really beautiful. Congratulations!!! I’m told that test is quite hard and that anyone born here would probably fail it so good on ya!! To hold your beautiful granddaughter while being sworn in is divine. Blessings!” added another.

Vilailuck lives with Teigen and Legend in Los Angeles, and is a constant fixture on her daughter’s feed. She also has her own iconic Instagram account—@pepperthai2—and has become an IG legend (pun very much intended) in her own right. She’s a doting grandmother and recipe whiz, and was one of the first guests on Luna’s hilarious YouTube channel.

Chrissy opened up to PopSugar earlier this year about the joys of having her mom live with her, and it’s safe to say that it sounds like the Teigen-Legend household is a nonstop, love-filled party thanks to Vilailuck’s constant presence.”It’s so helpful to have her live with us. She’s the most incredible grandma. Luna is so close with her. ‘Yāy’ means grandmother in Thai, so she goes ‘Yāy!’ all day long, and it’s just fun because my mom is a kid at heart. She just has so much energy, and I just lug myself at this point,” she said. “She somehow manages to squeeze Luna in and make her a priority. It’s crazy. There’s nothing wrong with having too much love. Luna has a lot of love around her.”

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Chrissy Teigen Celebrated Her Mom’s Becoming a U.S. Citizen With the Cutest Video

Chrissy Teigen‘s mom, Vilailuck Teigen—known affectionately as Yāy to Teigen’s online fans—is officially a U.S. citizen.

Teigen took to Twitter on Tuesday evening to share a video of her mom, who’s originally from Thailand, reciting the pledge of allegiance. In the clip, Vilailuck can be seen holding her two-year-old granddaughter, Luna, who’s waving an American flag in honor of her grandmother’s accomplishment. “YES MOM!! Congrats @pepperthai2!!” the cookbook author captioned the post. John Legend also celebrated his mother-in-law’s big day, sharing the video to his own feed and adding, “@Pepperthai2 became a US citizen today! 100% on her test!”

The congratulatory comments flowed in. “I got my citizenship last year, congrats to your mom!!!!” wrote one Twitter user. “That is really, really beautiful. Congratulations!!! I’m told that test is quite hard and that anyone born here would probably fail it so good on ya!! To hold your beautiful granddaughter while being sworn in is divine. Blessings!” added another.

Vilailuck lives with Teigen and Legend in Los Angeles, and is a constant fixture on her daughter’s feed. She also has her own iconic Instagram account—@pepperthai2—and has become an IG legend (pun very much intended) in her own right. She’s a doting grandmother and recipe whiz, and was one of the first guests on Luna’s hilarious YouTube channel.

Chrissy opened up to PopSugar earlier this year about the joys of having her mom live with her, and it’s safe to say that it sounds like the Teigen-Legend household is a nonstop, love-filled party thanks to Vilailuck’s constant presence. “It’s so helpful to have her live with us. She’s the most incredible grandma. Luna is so close with her. Yāy means grandmother in Thai, so she goes ‘Yāy!’ all day long, and it’s just fun because my mom is a kid at heart. She just has so much energy, and I just lug myself at this point,” she said. “She somehow manages to squeeze Luna in and make her a priority. It’s crazy. There’s nothing wrong with having too much love. Luna has a lot of love around her.”

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