Natalie Portman And Other Women Celebrities Will Own L.A. Women's Soccer Team

July 22, 2020
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Natalie Portman And Other Women Celebrities Will Own L.A. Women's Soccer Team

Natalie Portman and tennis star Serena Williams are part of a ownership group that's founded mostly by women! They secured exclusive rights to bring a professional women's soccer team to Los Angeles in 2022! Natalie Portman said in a statement, "Today we take an exciting step by announcing the first women majority-owned and led ownership group... I am thrilled by the opportunity to partner with this incredible group of people to bring a professional women's soccer team to Los Angeles." Actors Uzo Aduba, Jessica Chastain, America Ferrera, Jennifer Garner and Eva Longoria are also part-owners of the club. More than a dozen former United States Women's National Team stars are part-owners as well. An official name and competition venue for the team will be announced before the end of this year. 

Kanye West Is Living In A "Bunker" And Says He Needs Protection From Kim Kardashian

Kanye West is currently locking down and laying low. He's surrounded by security in a “bunker’’ on his ranch in Wyoming. Turns out that bunker has Twitter because he's been tweeting up a storm. Kanye West tweeted about visits from people such as Dave Chappelle. He said, “THANK YOU DAVE FOR HOPPING ON A JET TO COME SEE ME DOING WELL DAVE YOU ARE A GOD SEND AND A TRUE FRIEND ALL LOVE.” Kanye West has also become paranoid and is convinced that he needs "protection" from his wife, Kim Kardashian West, and her mother, Kris Jenner. Page Six is reporting that this most recent bipolar episode is one that their marriage may not be able to survive.

Grey's Anatomy Plans Coronavirus Storyline Next Season

Coronavirus is going to play out on Grey's Anatomy! The show will take on the coronavirus pandemic next season. The executive producer of Grey's Anatomy, Krista Vernoff said, “We’re going to address this pandemic for sure... There’s no way to be a long-running medical show and not do the medical story of our lifetimes.” The writers are currently meeting with real-life doctors for their experiences dealing with the pandemic. Krista Vernoff continued, “I feel like our show has an opportunity and a responsibility to tell some of those stories.” Grey’s Anatomy is heading into it's 17th season next year.