Christina Grimmie‘s family just released her new single, “Invisible” for fans this week and their plan is to set up a new foundation in her name from all the proceeds.
So, what will the foundation actually be for? Christina‘s brother Marcus, shared his thoughts about that in a new interview.
“As a lot of people know, she was super passionate about breast cancer awareness, animal safety, anti-bullying,” he remembers of his slain sister, who was murdered last year in Orlando. “There are so many things. So, we are just figuring out what’s the best way to allocate the funds.”
Marcus also shared that there are a ton of more songs that we can hope to hear from Christina.
“Since about 2015, she’s been just grinding it out, writing songs, and has about 50 to 60 songs that are finished vocally, and she’d just been putting in hard work,” he says. “It’s unbelievable. No one that I have ever met has worked as hard as she has, and that’s for sure. We’re very excited to be doing this the way she wanted it done.”
Yara recently opened up about her fashion style and how wearing one outfit makes her feel powerful.
“There’s putting on a costume and getting to be people…Pulling out my inner ’90s Justin Timberlake look, cornrows and a bandana,” she shared with ASOS mag. “Then there’s fashion which is a reflection of myself and who I am at that moment and that’s really fun.”
She adds, “I view fashion as a warning for what you’re in for. My outfits are like a caution sign – ‘Has a loud personality and will talk your ear off.’”
It’s only now that he’s partnered up with X-Out, that Cam is finally coming clean about photoshopping his own pictures.
“I was a late bloomer in high school, and I never had any acne. People all the time used to touch my face and ask how my skin was so clear. It wasn’t until out of high school when I started getting really bad acne,” he shared in a revealing post on Instagram.
“I used to get made fun of by people that would see me in public and I used to hide from people that would see me and ask for a picture. For me, it sucked because I already had fans at this point, but I felt like I hated myself because I didn’t look like I used to anymore. I didn’t have that smooth skin.”
Cameron adds, “Instead of people asking me why my skin was so clear, people would ask ‘what happened to your face’ and say ‘why don’t you have acne in photos’ which completely destroyed me on the inside and my self confidence. It got to a point where I literally had to use photoshop to edit out the acne myself.”
The Before/Top photo is how I really looked & the after is what I posted after I photoshopped it cause I was so self conscious about my acne pic.twitter.com/Y7gOAX10aG