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Why Sarah Jessica Parker never showed her twin daughters' faces - until now

Sarah Jessica Parker has managed to keep a fairly private life over the years despite her fame following her various acting roles and her fashion business empire.The actress rose to fame for her role in Footloose and her career boomed as she took on the role as Sarah Sanderson in Halloween movie Hocus Pocus.She later took on the role as Carrie Bradshaw in HBO's Sex and the City, one year after her wedding to actor Matthew Broderick.The happy couple went on to have a son together and then two twin daughters, who were born via surrogacy.Here's everything you need to know about Sarah Jessica Parker's family life, and why she has kept her daughters out of the spotlight - until now:SJP and Matthew Broderick married in a civil ceremony in a historic synagogue on the Lower East Side in Manhattan in May 1997.Their son James was born five years later on October 28, 2002, and their twin daughters, Marion and Tabitha, were born June 22, 2009, via surrogacy. Over the years, SJP has posted about her children on Instagram, however, their faces are usually hidden.She detailed in the social media posts how they were all navigating growing up and changes as a family.When her children headed back to school after the summer holidays last year, SJP shared a snap of each of them walking away, with the caption: "In the span of 7 days. One crosses the threshold into his freshman year of college.
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Why Sarah Jessica Parker never showed her twin daughters' faces - until now
Sarah Jessica Parker has managed to keep a fairly private life over the years despite her fame following her various acting roles and her fashion business empire.The actress rose to fame for her role in Footloose and her career boomed as she took on the role as Sarah Sanderson in Halloween movie Hocus Pocus.She later took on the role as Carrie Bradshaw in HBO's Sex and the City, one year after her wedding to actor Matthew Broderick.The happy couple went on to have a son together and then two twin daughters, who were born via surrogacy.Here's everything you need to know about Sarah Jessica Parker's family life, and why she has kept her daughters out of the spotlight - until now:SJP and Matthew Broderick married in a civil ceremony in a historic synagogue on the Lower East Side in Manhattan in May 1997.Their son James was born five years later on October 28, 2002, and their twin daughters, Marion and Tabitha, were born June 22, 2009, via surrogacy. Over the years, SJP has posted about her children on Instagram, however, their faces are usually hidden.She detailed in the social media posts how they were all navigating growing up and changes as a family.When her children headed back to school after the summer holidays last year, SJP shared a snap of each of them walking away, with the caption: "In the span of 7 days. One crosses the threshold into his freshman year of college.
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Dave Chappelle sings Radiohead's Creep at Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert in LA
Five-time Emmy winner Dave Chappelle certainly surprised the audience packed into The Kia Forum in LA on Tuesday night for the Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert with his performance.But rather than tell jokes, the 49-year-old controversial comedian decided to sing a karaoke-style cover of Radiohead's 1992 song Creep alongside the Foo Fighters.Chappelle encourage the crowd to sing several lines of the self-loathing grunge track about a 'weirdo' who 'doesn't belong here' and wishes he was 'special.' Another unannounced appearance! Five-time Emmy winner Dave Chappelle certainly surprised the audience packed into The Kia Forum in LA on Tuesday night for the Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert with his performanceThe DC-born, Ohio-based father-of-three waved his cigarette in the air as he sang and, when he finished, he dropped the mic and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl announced: 'Didn't see that one coming, did you?' But it wasn't the first time as Dave performed the same exact track last year with the 15-time Grammy-winning rock band - including the late Taylor Hawkins - at Manhattan's Madison Square Garden. The six-hour concert honoring the drummer - who overdosed, age 50, on March 25 - included his 16-year-old son Shane, who performed with Foo Fighters on Hero and I'll Stick Around.The 'revolving door of rock heroes' also featured Joan Jett, Travis Barker, Kesha, Miley Cyrus, Def Leppard, Pink, Heart, Queen, Chad Smith, Alanis Morissette, Jack Black, Rush, Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Soundgarden, Metallica, and Black Sabbath.
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Rihanna 'mulling over list of 50 possible guest artists' for her Super Bowl LVII halftime show
Rihanna is  reportedly considering inviting a number of guest performers onstage at at the Super Bowl LVII halftime show on February 12, or if she'll go solo.The 34-year-old new mother and her creative team are mulling over a list of nearly 50 possible names to join her onstage at Arizona's State Farm Stadium for her 12 to 15-minute set - according to TMZ. Sources tell the publication that everyone's she has ever collaborated with is 'fair game' to appear onstage.The nine-time Grammy winner (born Robyn Fenty) has previously collaborated with the likes of Sir Paul McCartney, Kanye West, Britney Spears, Coldplay, Calvin Harris, David Guetta, SZA, Bono, Jay-Z, Drake, and Nicki Minaj. Football's biggest night: Nine-time Grammy winner Rihanna is trying to figure out whether she'll invite guest artists to perform with her at the Super Bowl LVII halftime show on February 12, or if she'll go soloOn Monday night, the Fenty Beauty CEO was spotted heading inside a recording studio in Manhattan with her babydaddy, two-time Grammy nominee A$AP Rocky.Rihanna and the 33-year-old rapper (born Rakim Mayers) welcomed their first child - a son - on May 19, and they might be working on her long-delayed ninth studio album.
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