This last week has been pretty stressful for lip readers, so on the night of AFI Awards Selena Gomez and Emily Blunt decided to give them a break.
In a lovely turn of events, Selena Gomez and Emily Blunt, two entertainment industry powerhouses, jokingly addressed the recent lip-reading issue that occurred during the Golden Globe Awards. The dynamic duo, unconcerned with online chatter, brought their humor to the forefront at the AFI Awards in Los Angeles, leaving the trolls in stitches.
Silencing Speculation By Silencing Themselves
Selena Gomez and Emily Blunt, having found themselves the subjects in the internet’s guess game following the Golden Globes, decided to take necessary precautions at the AFI Awards. The two Hollywood divas had quite the week thanks to their candid moments caught on camera at the Golden Globes.
Rare Beauty founder and ‘Devil Wears Prada’ star couldn’t resist poking fun at the recent controversy. In a hilarious photo shared by Selena on her Instagram story, both celebrities posed with hands over their mouths, creating a tableau that screams, “We shall not speak, but we’ll certainly make you laugh.” The photo, capturing their camaraderie, became an instant hit on social media.
Selena Gomez And Emily Blunt’s Golden Globes Moments
The outrage began when web detectives analyzed private discussions between Selena Gomez and her BFF Taylor Swift, as well as Emily Blunt and her husband John Krasinski at the Golden Globes.
Selena, caught in a candid conversation with BFF Taylor Swift, was accused of shading Kylie Jenner. She quickly denied the false narrative on Instagram, adding that it was all about her friends even though it is no one’s business.
While Emily, who was caught in a moment with her husband John Krasinski, on the red carpet noticed rumors of an impending divorce circling after an alleged ‘lip-read revelation.’ The A-list pair, however, dismissed the allegations. An insider confirmed to Us Weekly that the happily married couple are calling the divorce rumors “funny and ridiculous.”
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