Will season 5 of “Jane The Virgin” be the last? Series star and co-executive producer Gina Rodriguez said so during the Women To Watch day of panels from Create & Cultivate and Fossil in Austin, Texas on Sunday. Rodriguez discussed directing, which she tried her hand at in a pivotal season 4 episode, saying, “When it came to directing ‘Jane,’ as the star of the show — as a woman, as Latina, I was like, ‘I need to come so correct that I cannot be denied.'” After calling it “the most incredible experience,” Rodriguez noted that her episode happened to be “the highest-rated of the season” and concluded by noting that she has plans to “do more [directing] next year — in our final season.” However, the CW has not yet made any official announcements or pick-ups for returning shows next season. “Jane The Virgin” is not Rodriguez’s only project at the CW. She is also developing a female-driven drama entitled “Femme” and a dramedy about an undocumented immigrant called “Illegal.” Back in January, CW president Mark Pedowitz told Variety that he wanted to “stay in the Gina Rodriguez business.” “Gina is a friend,” he said. “She is a special, special person. Really, she is the real frickin’ deal. That’s how much I feel about her and respect her.” Rodriguez won a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Jane Villanueva on the comedic take on a telenovela in 2015. It was the first-ever Globe for the network. The latest episode of “Jane The Virgin” grabbed approximately 600,000 live+same day viewers and earned a 0.2 in the 18-49 demo. It is averaging a 0.3 in adults 18-49 and 652,000 viewers per episode in live+same day this season, down around 30% in both measures from last season. It remains one of CW’s lowest-rated originals, ranking above only “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” and freshman shows “Valor,” “Dynasty” and “Life Sentence,” the last of which debuted last week.
The 28-year-old singer premiered her "Delicate" music video during the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards broadcast on Sunday, while accepting her award for Female Artist . The video features Swift playing an A-list starlet, who can't take two steps without the attention of her security team or legion of fans. However, when she magically turns invisible, she gets to live the life she's been longing for, dancing around her hotel and the subway without anyone taking notice. ET has learned that "Delicate" was filmed over two nights in downtown Los Angeles and featured historic landmarks such as the Los Angeles Theatre and Biltmore Hotel. The clip also features a sly nod to Swift's beau, Joe Alwyn, as she dances down a city street, past a sign for "Joe's Deli." The single, off her latest album Reputation, talks about a special someone that she can't seem to get off her mind. "Sometimes I wonder when you sleep/Are you ever dreaming of me?/Sometimes when I look into your eyes/I pretend you're mine, all the damn time/'Cause I like you," she sings. "Is it cool that I said all that?/Is it chill that you're in my head?/'Cause I know that it's delicate." Swift previously teased the video on her Instagram with a handwritten note about when the clip would drop. Earlier this week, the GRAMMY winner was spotted on a romantic hike with Alywn in Malibu, California. The "Look What You Made Me Do" singer rocked a pair of black running shorts, a dark gray tank top and a black hoodie tied around her waist and held on to her beau's arm as they neared the end of the trail. The couple has been going steady since last May and only spotted together a handful of times.
The red carpet at this year's Oscars brought a little bit of everything: vintage gowns,Wakanda-inspired looks, show-stopping white, and much more. But Gal Gadot brought the night's metallic trend to the next level in a look that was literally dripping in diamonds. The Wonder Woman actress opted for a Givenchy gown, which was straight off the brand's Spring 2018 runway. The dress featured sequins from top to bottom along with dramatic layers of silver and gunmetal fringe. As Gadot walked the red carpet, the incredibly sparkly dress made her look like a modern-day 1920s flapper.
Remember the wave of criticism that followed the OnePlus 5 launch last summer when the final design of the handset turned out to be a blatant iPhone 7 copy? Get ready for a repeat! Yes, we heard last week that the OnePlus 6 will have a notch like the iPhone X, and now a second report seems to confirm it all. Most of the iPhone X clones that are hitting stores this year will not have 3D-sensing front-facing cameras, a recent report said, singling out Huawei and Xiaomi as the only two handset manufacturers that might launch smartphones with 3D cameras in 2018. OnePlus wasn’t mentioned in that report. Does that mean OnePlus 6’s notch will not have a 3D camera? It’s too early to tell, and today’s leak doesn’t shine any light in that regard. However, Android Central quotes a source familiar with OnePlus’s plan, who says that the OnePlus 6 (codenamed A6000) will have an iPhone X-like display notch. The phone will also pack the high-end specs expected from 2018 Android phones, including the Snapdragon 845 platform which will allow it to hit AnTuTu scores of over 276000 points. The OnePlus 6 will feature a display with 19:9 aspect ratio, “which is effectively 18:9 with a little extra space up top for the notch,” Android Central reports. The middle of the status bar is taller, apparently, and “conspicuously blank.” The system clock is placed on the left, while a truncated set of icons is found on the right. Of course. No word on OnePlus Animoji yet. If all this is accurate, then there must be an explanation for all of this. It’s likely that OnePlus designers tried many prototypes but ultimately came to the conclusion that the only way to do all-screen designs this year is to do it like Apple. Again. Last week’s leak said the phone will have a vertical dual-lens camera on the back — duh. But, at least, it was placed centrally, rather than in the top left corner. It’s probably too early to talk about the phone’s launch, so be prepared for a few months of more confusing OnePlus 6 leaks, including different prototype leaks. That’s exactly what happened last year before the OnePlus 5 rolled out.

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