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Now, maybe it was just that our shoes were squeaky.
But the notion that a room full of white people might be more curious when my wife and I walk into a room together than when it’s me alone isn’t new; we’ve lived with stares for 17-plus years.
What struck the greater chord with me were the celebratory, post-spell-breaking moments when two interracial couples are revealed: Once human again, Madame de Garderobe (Audra Mc Donald/the wardrobe) kisses her husband, Cadenza (Stanley Tucci/the harpsichord); then Lumière (Ewan Mc Gregor/the candelabra) kisses Plumette (Gugu Mbatha-Raw/the feather duster).
Look, you didn’t ask, but I’ll tell you anyway: I’m married to a white woman. The fact that we’re an interracial couple is something I’m rarely conscious of in private, but almost always aware of in public – especially in the South, particularly when we get outside of large metropolitan areas.
reporter Nico “straight-with-a-wife-and-child” Hines published a dispatch from the Rio Olympic Games, the purpose of which, according to editor John Avlon, was “to see how dating and hook-up apps were being used in Rio by athletes.” Never mind that the obvious answer to this query is … He then collected these digital encounters into a saucy, mostly man-for-man-focused story wherein we learn that, indeed, Rio competitors are interested in dating or hooking up via apps.
The show features people being transformed with Hollywood Prosthetic makeup into animal and Mythical creatures.
The show's format involves one eligible single (Male or Female) and three possible suitors, all four of which have been made over with Prosthetic makeup, each "beast" will then go on a date with the singleton.
Over the course of the show, two will be eliminated, at which point their make up is removed and their real identity is revealed for the first time.
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