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Lisa Rinna’s daughters are inheriting more than just her good looks — they’re inheriting her wardrobe, too.On Thursday, the 57-year-old actress and “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star took to Instagram to share a photo of her eldest daughter, Delilah Hamlin, recreating one of Rinna’s most memorable red carpet looks from the 1998 Academy Awards.“I was six-and-a-half months pregnant with Delilah and we were going to the 1998 Oscars and Philip Bloch had Versace make me this dress,” Rinna said of her sequinned aquamarine dress. “Here Delilah wears the dress I was pregnant with her in! Can you believe?”ALSO SEE: Meghan Markle's favourite Adidas sneakers are 40% off right now - but only for a limited timeThe 22-year-old and her younger sister, Amelia Gray, have inherited Rinna and their father, actor Harry Hamlin’s good looks. The sibling duo and are carving out their own path in the modelling world — just like some other famous celebrity kids.Scroll through our gallery to see more celebs and their lookalike kids!Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram and sign up for our newsletter.
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“SNL” is back, now in its 46th season. The most recent new episode, which aired on December 19, was hosted by “Wonder Woman 1984” star Kristen Wiig, with Dua Lipa as the musical guest. That morning, Jim Carrey surprised everyone by announcing he was done playing Joe Biden, and the cold open sketch that night revealed a new Biden: cast member Alex Moffat. Carrey might not be the only recurring big name to be done with “SNL.” Since Donald Trump lost the election, Alec Baldwin very well might be done playing Trump. He hasn’t appeared since the episode immediately after the election — he held up a little “Thank you” sign at the end of it — and “SNL” won’t return with new episodes until after Biden is inaugurated. While it wouldn’t be surprising if they do one more Trump cold open to check in on him after he gets kicked out of the White House, there’s certainly a distinct possibility that we will never see Baldwin’s Trump impersonation ever again. Also Read: 'SNL': Kate McKinnon as Dr. Fauci Explains the Government's Vaccine Plan (Video) This week, on Saturday, Jan. 16, there WILL NOT be a new episode of “SNL.” There won’t be any new episodes until late January — NBC hasn’t set a date for the return yet, but it’ll be after Joe Biden’s inauguration on Jan. 20. They typically start back up on the final weekend in January — which would place the next episode on Jan. 30. But the pandemic, which is currently at its height in America, could be a complicating factor. On normal off-weeks, NBC would air two reruns on Saturday night. But as was the case last week, the NFL playoffs are altering the schedule. NBC will carry the game between the Buffalo Bills and the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday night, with a timeslot that runs until 11:30 ET on Saturday night. The schedule is currently set with a rerun of Jason Bateman’s episode from the current season, but it’s certainly possible the game will run over its time slot. You can be pretty sure this season of “SNL” be very political for the full stretch. While it’s no longer an election year, somehow the tense political situation in the U.S. has managed to ramp up from the fever pitch it was at in 2020, thanks to the mob of terrorists who invaded the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. “SNL” will, as it always does, follow the discourse. Also Read: 'SNL': Cecily Strong Brings Giuliani's Drunk Fraud Witness to Fart-Filled Cold Open (Video) The premiere episode came out hard with political commentary, with the debate cold open, a very political monologue from Chris Rock, and a stunned discussion of Trump’s COVID-19 infection from Michael Che on Weekend Update. And “SNL” hasn’t slowed down with its political content, with each cold open in season 46 being about the election, its aftermath or, as we saw in the last episode, the COVID-19 vaccine. After that debate sketch in the premiere, we got two other debate sketches, one for the VP candidates and one other for the presidential candidates, as well as one about the dueling town halls from when Trump was infected with COVID-19 and refused to submit to safety measures. The show’s writers were obviously pleased with the election results as well — the cold open sketch in the episode after Election Day was certainly celebratory. That sketch also parodied the episode after the 2016 election in which Kate McKinnon took the stage as Hillary Clinton and played piano while singing “Hallelujah” — this time, Baldwin, as Trump, performed a mournful version of “Macho Man.” Also Read: 'SNL' Newsmax Sports Parody Perfectly Sums Up Pro-Trump Conspiracy Logic (Video) “SNL” tried to drift away from that political focus during season 44, but certainly didn’t shy away from politics in season 45 — a season in which the actual Elizabeth Warren popped up to play herself in a sketch. The renewed focus on politics in season 45 was not just about mocking Trump, but also lampooning the circus that was the run up to the Democratic primaries. Not that the sketch show has in any way shied away from mocking Trump. The impeachment has certainly been a common topic for cold open sketches this season. There was the one where Baldwin’s Trump went through his contacts list trying to find a fixer who could make the impeachment stop, ending with a call to Liev Schreiber playing himself — Trump thought his character Ray Donovan, a fixer on the eponymous Showtime series, was actually a real person. There was also that one where “SNL” sent up the impeachment hearings by doing a “Days of Our Lives” parody that starred Jon Hamm. As for the madness with the Democratic primary, we had numerous big cameos in the debate sketches in season 45. The show tried out multiple different Joe Bidens last year, with Woody Harrelson taking up the role a couple times and Jason Sudeikis giving it a shot as well. They also brought in many other celebs to play other candidates in the Dem primary, including Lin-Manuel Miranda as Julian Castro, Larry David as Bernie Sanders, Rachel Dratch as Amy Klobuchar, Fred Armisen as Michael Bloomberg, and Will Ferrell as Tom Steyer. Maya Rudolph also played Kamala Harris a few times, and it was only natural that they’d keep her around for season 46. That’s a lot of cameos, and “SNL” actually managed to jam nearly all of those folks into a single sketch — a 12-minute debate parody from a late November episode. Miranda did not appear in that one, but he had previously popped up as Castro in October in a parody of the Democrats’ LGBTQ town hall that was moderated by Billy Porter in character as himself. Read original story Is There a New ‘SNL’ Episode Airing This Week? At TheWrap
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Taco Bell has already stolen the spotlight with big menu announcements this year, and we're only halfway through January. The latest piece of news says the chain is gunning to make a splash with new chicken items in 2021.Global chief food innovation officer Liz Matthews told Business Insider that Taco Bell is planning to "interrupt" the chicken sandwich category with significant innovation in chicken but remained tight-lipped on the details and timeline. (Related: McDonald's Is Making These 8 Major Upgrades.)This will mark Taco Bell's official entry into the buzzed-about Chicken Sandwich Wars—a fierce competition among fast-food chains for America's best chicken sandwich. Chick-fil-A and Popeyes are currently considered to be the top two brands in the arena, while others like McDonald's, Wendy's, and Burger King have either been testing or have launched their own chicken sandwiches last year."I love watching the competitors," Matthews said in a recent interview, reports Business Insider. "I think a lot of players out there are doing a great job, but what I will say is that we will interrupt that with what we're going to do on chicken."Taco Bell has already seen success with crispy chicken items. The Naked Chicken Chalupa, where a piece of fried chicken replaces the shell, has become a fan favorite and is a repeat limited-time offer for the chain.The chicken items aren't the only innovation Taco Bell has already put on the map this year. This week, the chain announced the March return of two beloved potato items—Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes and Spicy Potato Soft Tacos—which were removed from its menu last year.The fast-food chain has also revealed a new partnership with Beyond Meat, which will be its first foray into plant-based meat in the U.S. market."The return of our beloved potatoes is just the first step in showing our fans the strong continued commitment to vegetarian we are making this year," Matthews said in the announcement. "We have long been a leader in the vegetarian space, but this year, we have more meatless options in store that vegetarians, veggie-curious, and even meat-eaters will love."Don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.
With nearly 400,000 Americans gone from coronavirus, the pandemic has never been more deadly. But a certain section of those afflicted do not die after the virus passes through them—and yet they remain ill, and possibly will be ill forever. They are called Long Haulers and they have what doctors call Post-COVID Syndrome or Long COVID. "There's no question that there are a considerable number of individuals who have a postviral syndrome that really, in many respects, can incapacitate them for weeks and weeks following so-called recovery and clearing of the virus," Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has said. Read on to see the Top 10 symptoms ranked from less to more common, according to a new study—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss the full list of Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus. 10 You Might Have Muscle Aches Fauci has said "myalgia" is common with Long Haulers. This kind of muscle pain can "develop almost anywhere in your body, including your neck, back, legs and even your hands," according to the Mayo Clinic. It's likely because your tendons and tissues are inflamed. 9 You May Experience Loss of Appetite You may not desire food if you have Post-COVID Syndrome. "A survey of 640 U.S. long hauler patients in April and May by the 'Patient-led Research for COVID-19' group compiled a list of 62 symptoms they reported suffering, such as chills or sweats, 'brain fog,' trouble sleeping, and loss of appetite. Their symptoms typically fluctuated in intensity and frequency, with patients feeling better for days or weeks at a time, only to relapse with old or even new symptoms," reports the Center for Science in the Public Interest. 8 You Might Have Breathing Difficulty (With a Normal O2 Saturation Level) You might be getting enough oxygen—but still have trouble breathing. "Even though many patients reported breathlessness during treadmill walking tests, only 4% had abnormal chest x-rays—all of whom had been hospitalized," according to WebMD, which talked to researcher Dr. Liam Townsend. "That suggests the breathing problems were, for the most part, not related to persistent lung damage." 7 You Might Have Chills/Flushing/Sweats "Dr. Michael Dolan has practiced internal medicine for decades," according to NY1. "He works for Gundersen Health System and sees a high number of patients going through this." "Common symptoms are shortness of breath, chest tightness, fatigue, fevers, chills, night sweats," he said. "A lot of people have this cognitive fog they live in like their brain doesn't want to work." 6 You May Have a Sore Throat "I might have a week of a really, really sore throat, or a week of a killer headache," says Jenny, 45, from the UK, in Bloomberg Businessweek. Slowly I started to feel a bit stronger. I was awake longer and functioning in the morning, getting the kids doing home-schooling. But then I would just crash after lunch." 5 You Might Have Tightness of Chest "The Winchester Chest Clinic at Yale New Haven Hospital has seen more than 100 COVID-19 survivors from March through September, according to Dr. Jennifer D. Possick, the clinic's director. Patients struggle with shortness of breath, chest discomfort, fatigue, poor exertional tolerance, cough, or chest pressure," reports the CT Mirror. 4 You'll Most Likely Feel Fatigue—Possibly Like Chronic Fatigue Syndrome "Many patients, in some series estimated up to 10%, have prolonged, multisystem symptoms with no evidence of organ damage or dysfunction," reports Practical Pain Management. "These patients most often have severe exhaustion, headaches, myalgias, and mood and cognitive disturbances with normal physical and laboratory findings. This is the subset experiencing symptoms most similar to post-viral fatigue syndrome (PVFS), chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS)—also termed benign myalgic encephalomyelitis (BME) in the UK, fibromyalgia and other related, poorly understood disorders associated with chronic fatigue and pain. In these conditions, there has been no strong evidence for organ damage or persistent and significant immune/inflammatory abnormalities." 3 You Might Have Shortness of Breath "In addition to shortness of breath, long-haulers report extreme fatigue, tachycardia (a racing heart) and cognitive complications such as memory loss and brain fog that interfere with everyday tasks," according to AARP. "For some, these symptoms can last weeks. A July report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that 35 percent of adults who had mild cases of COVID-19 still weren't back to their usual state of health two to three weeks after testing positive for the coronavirus. (By comparison, more than 90 percent of people with the flu recover within two weeks of having a positive test result, the report's authors write.)" 2 You Might Have a Dry Cough "Even while I am speaking with you there is a painful feeling at the base of my lungs," Deb Eleniak, a 51-year-old Chipman-area woman, told Airdrie Today, which adds she "struggles with fatigue and speaks in a raspy voice due to a persistent dry cough. She is one of a growing number of 'long haulers'—once-positive COVID-19 patients who still have symptoms despite having shed the virus."RELATED: 7 Tips You Must Follow to Avoid COVID, Say Doctors 1 You Might Have a Fever (>= 100.4F) "On March 15, Melanie Montano woke up with a fever and chills. Her Covid-19 symptoms progressed quickly; she lost her sense of smell and taste and had trouble breathing," reports Vox. "Seven months later, she's still struggling with fevers, brain fog, fatigue, and pain in her arms and legs. She'll feel better some days, only to feel worse the next, in what she calls the 'coronacoaster.'" In the study, an elevated Temperature (98.8-100.4F) was also on the list. If you feel any of these symptoms, contact a medical professional. And to protect your life and the lives of others, don't visit any of these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
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