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Billie Eilish opens up about her Tourette’s syndrome: ‘Very exhausting’

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Billie Eilish got candid about her Tourette’s syndrome as she said that even though it is ‘exhausting,’ she has made her peace with it.

In an interview with David Letterman for his Netflix series My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, the singer said she gets offended when people laugh on her condition.

During the conversation, the Lovely hit-maker turned her head and opened her mouth, to which Letterman asked her if she had seen a fly.

“No I’m ticcing,” the 20-year-old singer replied after which the host apologized.

Eilish revealed that lights had triggered her tics, adding, “If you film me for long enough, you’re going to see lots of tics. I don’t care. It’s really weird, I haven’t talked about it at all.”

“I really love answering questions about it, because it’s very very interesting. And I am incredibly confused by it. I don’t get it,” she admitted.

The singer continued: “For me, they’re very exhausting. It’s not like I like it, but I feel like it is part of me. I have made friends with it. And so now, I’m pretty confident in it.”

Eilish, who was diagnosed with the syndrome at age 11, further noted that she does not like it when people think she is trying to be funny when she has a tic.

“The most common way people react is they laugh, (think) that I’m trying to be funny. And I’m always left incredibly offended by that,” the singer said.

Eilish added that there are other artists in the industry who also have Tourette, but she will not name them.

“What’s funny is so many people have it that you would never know. A couple artists came forward and said, ‘I’ve actually always had Tourette’s,’ and I’m not gonna out them because they don’t wanna talk about it, but that was actually really interesting to me.”

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Fawad Khan on his relationship with Ranbir Kapoor: “In touch on and off.”

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He talked candidly about maintaining friendly relationships with his Indian co-stars in an interview with an Indian media site.

In 2014, Fawad Khan debuted in Bollywood alongside Sonam Kapoor in the film “Khoobsurat.” His final Bollywood production was the romance drama “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil,” which he costarred in with Anushka Sharma, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, and Ranbir Kapoor in 2016.

He added that he is still in contact with the “Animal” actor and his family in response to a question about his relationships with his co-stars.

“I communicate with you occasionally. He said in the interview, “I’ve remained in touch, and I have enjoyed a really nice relationship with the Kapoor family. There is still a lot of love and respect for Karan Johar and Shakun Batra. We speak on the phone or Skype sometimes.

Fawad Khan claims that he has a few pals who are Indian producers with whom he occasionally speaks.

“We chat, and then we head somewhere to meet. There is no love lost because we stay in touch and remain pleasant and cordial,” he continued.

It’s important to note that Khan is getting ready to make his big Bollywood comeback after eight long years in a romantic comedy alongside Bollywood icon Vaani Kapoor.

Fawad Khan and Kapoor are slated to star together in an untitled romantic comedy film that would be shot entirely in the United Kingdom, according to an exclusive report by an Indian entertainment magazine.

anotherThe facts reveal that the title will tell the tale of two shattered people who, through a series of fortunate events, find one other, support one another, and eventually fall in love.

The title’s pre-production has been set, and the project is expected to begin this coming fall. There are still unknowns when it comes to the shooting venues.

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In Pakistan, getting married has become a challenging endeavor: Tanveer Anam

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Entertainer Anam Tanveer recently discussed the problematic mindset of Pakistanis in a podcast interview, stating that marriage has turned into a “complicated task” in Pakistan.

“This is not the case in any other part of the world,” she said. “It’s completely different in Pakistan than it is in the rest of the world, where a guy and a girl get married if they like each other, regardless of their background, status, or religion.”

“This is because, in this case, a guy from DHA who has feelings for a girl from Malir cannot marry her; this shouldn’t be the standard,” she continued.

He would allegedly say, “It’s a cheap, backward neighborhood, and I can’t marry a girl from there,” if I lived in North Nazimabad. People now focus more on a person’s neighborhood than on their compatibility, education, character, or history. “The actor of “Tere Bina Mein Nahi” clarified that a guy from DHA would marry a female from the same area.

In her words, Tanveer described her ideal life partner as someone who respects women in general and who believes in and encourages his wife to pursue her professional ambitions.

She came to the conclusion, “To date, I have not met a single Pakistani man who respects women well.”

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Aima Baig alerts her fans regarding fake Snapchat account

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A fraudulent Snapchat account impersonating Aima Baig has compelled the Pakistani vocalist to caution her supporters. To counteract the rumors suggesting that she was the proprietor of the fraudulent account, Baig posted a screenshot of it on her personal Instagram account.

Baig shared a screenshot of the counterfeit account on her official Instagram profile, expressing astonishment that anyone could confuse the unauthenticated account with her own.

Baig admitted to not possessing a Snapchat account and expressed her belief, via her Instagram story, that the app is inappropriate. She provided reassurance to her admirers that she has no plans to create a Snapchat account in the future.

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Baig was astonished by the fact that individuals would place their confidence in unauthenticated accounts to the extent of making purchases with them. She cautioned her fans against being deceived by the fraudulent Snapchat account and advised them to prioritize her Instagram stories.

The vocalist acknowledged occurrences of deceit using counterfeit accounts, although refrained from providing detailed information about those particular incidents.

Aima Baig’s tip serves as a reminder to her fans to exercise prudence and verify the legitimacy of social media profiles in order to avoid being deceived by fraudsters.

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