Abbie Chatfield, Kim Kardashian And Why Not Everything Is A PR Stunt


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On the show today…

Adele has confirmed that she will be doing a Las Vegas concert residency in 2022 called Weekends With Adele, and if you look back at her past comments around performing, this makes a whole lot of sense.

And the first full trailer for And Just Like That, the upcoming revival of Sex and the City, has been released giving us a proper look at how the new characters will fit into the storyline. The trailer was also packed with little throwbacks and secret messages (the shoes!) about how the new series will continue the Sex and the City legacy.

Plus, the art of uncovering celebrity PR relationships has become a staple in pop culture analysis over the last few years, but now the pendulum seems to have swung too far the other way. Two celebrity couples who have been in the headlines recently, Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson and Abbie Chatfield and Konrad Bien-Stephens, have been accused of pulling PR stunts. So let's talk about how you can spot a PR relationship and why many celebrities are actually not going down that path, no matter what the headlines say.


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