Jeanise Ross-Walton told The Associated Press on Thursday that her 17-year-old daughter Janizia Ross was given an in-school suspension following the proposal. The woman says her daughter asked out another girl on stage during a talent show at Alexandria High School, located in eastern Alabama. She says a student acting as the master of ceremonies also was disciplined. Ross-Walton says she believes her daughter is being singled out because it was a same-sex proposal. A statement from the Calhoun County School District says reports about the incident may have created a "misimpression" about what happened.
The less you know about Karyn Kusama's excellent psychological thriller "The Invitation" the better. The trailer promises a dinner party among old friends where something goes very wrong, and that's about all the premise one needs. The party takes place at a rambling Midcentury Modern home (which has edged out the Victorian mansion as the cinematic creepy house du jour), set deep in the canyons of the Hollywood Hills, eliciting its own dark historical references. Kusama reveals and conceals the geography of the house, parceling out just enough information to understand its logic, while leaving certain dim recesses mysterious. The house is haunted with memories for the de facto guest of honor, Will (Logan Marshall-Green), a serious bearded man who seems too young to have the past that he does.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding invitation printer, Lotte Small, recently revealed that worst thing about her job. During an interview with Express, Small revealed that the worst thing she had to endure was keeping the information from her family, especially her mom. As an employee of Barnard and Westwood, Small was sworn to secrecy to not share any details about the royal's couple's nuptials. The info on the invitation reads, "His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales KG KT requests the pleasure of the company of… at the marriage of His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales with Ms. Meghan Markle at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle on Saturday 19th May, 2018 at 12 Noon followed by a reception at Windsor Castle." An estimated 800 guests are expected to flock to the venue to witness Markle and Prince Harry's union.