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Dylan & Cole Sprouse Then & Now: From Kids In ‘Big Daddy’ To All Grown Up On ‘Riverdale’ & More

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Dylan and Cole Sprouse have grown up before our eyes. In honor of ‘The Suite Life of Zack & Cody’ anniversary, see the twins then and now.

Dylan and Cole Sprouse, both 28, are a pair of Hollywood’s most famous twins. The brothers started acting at a very early age, often taking on the same role. They notably played Patrick Kelly in the series Grace Under Fire from 1993 to 1998. Dylan and Cole’s breakout role was in 1999 when they both played  Julian in the film Big Daddy with Adam Sandler. Never forget Scuba Steve!

Cole and Dylan Sprouse both played the role of Julian in ‘Big Daddy.’ (Everett Collection)

In one of their few separate gigs when they were kids, Cole began playing Ben, Ross Geller’s son, on Friends in 2001. Dylan and Cole became Disney Channel stars when they began starring in The Suite Life of Zack and Cody in 2005. They played twin brothers who live in the lavish Tipton Hotel with their single mom.

After the show ended in 2008, the twins went on to star in the spinoff The Suite Life on Deck. That show also ran for 3 seasons. Dylan and Cole reprised the roles of Zack and Cody one final time for The Suite Life Movie in 2011. After that, Dylan and Cole took an extended break from acting. The brothers enrolled at New York University. They graduated in 2015.

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Dylan and Cole Sprouse starred in ‘The Suite Life of Zack & Cody’ from 2005 to 2008. (Disney Channel/Everett Collection)

After finishing up college, the brothers decided to return to acting. Cole landed the role of Jughead Jones on Riverdale, which is currently in its fifth season. Dylan started out in films like Dismissed and Banana Split. He recently starred as Trevor in After We Collided. Twenty years after his first leading role in Big Daddy, Cole starred in the film Five Feet Apart. He played a cystic fibrosis patient named Will Newman who falls in love with a fellow patient.

As for whether or not the brothers will act together again, Dylan told HollywoodLife in 2020, “It would have to be right. A lot of the times when they want to cast my brother and I, it’s really stupid sh*t. So it would have to be something good and tasteful.”

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Dylan and Cole Sprouse at the 2019 premiere of ‘Five Feet Apart.’ (Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)

The twins also have other interests besides acting. Dylan is also a co-owner and brewmaster of the All-Wise Meadery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Cole is a talented photographer and has photographed for Teen Vogue, W Magazine, and more.

As for their personal lives, Dylan has been dating model Barbara Palvin since 2018. Cole dated his Riverdale co-star Lili Reinhart for a few years before splitting in 2020. Cole was spotted holding hands with model Ari Fournier in March 2021.

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Ben Affleck Seemingly Races Over To J.Lo’s L.A. Home On Motorcycle After Vegas Trip — See Pics

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Jennifer Lopez arrived back in L.A. wearing what appeared to be Ben Affleck’s plaid shirt on Thursday, June 10.

Ben Affleck, 48, was spotted speeding around Los Angeles on his motorcycle — seemingly headed in the direction of Jennifer Lopez‘s Bel Air home! The Oscar winner’s face was covered by a large bubble shaped helmet, wearing his usual bomber style leather jacket, jeans and leather sneakers on Friday, June 11. The sighting comes just a day after J.Lo arrived back in Los Angeles after a video shoot in Miami and his project in Las Vegas.

Ben Affleck rides a motorcycle in Los Angeles on Friday, June 11. (BACKGRID)

Jennifer raised eyebrows as she stepped off a plane in California wearing what appeared to be Ben’s go-to red-and-blue plaid shirt on June 10. She paired the oversized men’s button down — which Ben has previously been photographed in — with a white crop top, sweatpants and sneakers. Her twins Max and Emme, 13, were also in tow. It’s unclear if Ben left the cozy item at her $18 million rental home in Miami, where he visited on May 22, or if she brought the shirt with her after their recent back-to-back sleepovers.

The Town actor’s return to L.A. comes fresh off of his jam packed week in Las Vegas. Ben was spotted filming a project at the Wynn Resort and Casino where J.Lo’s mom, Guadalupe Rodriguez was also hanging out. The 75-year-old was photographed looking excited on the set of the commercial, which Ben was seemingly directing. The Boston native was also seen enjoying a round of gambling in a high roller suite around 3:00 a.m.

J.lo appeared to wear Ben’s plaid shirt arriving back in L.A. on June 9.

Bennifer have been seemingly inseparable since their unexpected April reunion after J.Lo’s split from Alex Rodriguez, 45. The two took a romantic trip to Big Sky, Montana on May 10, and have also hung out in both Los Angeles and Miami in the last 6 weeks. Of course, things could be moving at a rapid pace given their past romantic history: the pair were engaged in 2002 after meeting on the set of Gigli a year prior. After intense media attention, Bennifer called off their Sept. 2003 wedding — ultimately splitting for good in 2004.

“Her feelings on having something with Ben are real and she wants to explore that…Jennifer is still taking things slow with Ben. It just sort of happened. She’s just seeing where things go and trying not to overthink or put pressure on it and Ben seems to be giving her all the time she needs,” a source told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY on May 25.

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Young Devyn Reveals How Soca Fame Eventually Blossomed Into Her Rap Career & Debut EP ‘Baby Goat’

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Young Devyn was only eight years old when she became a sensation in Soca music. Now 19 years old and creating buzz in the rap community, Devyn reveals how her debut EP ‘Baby Goat’ combines the genres.

“Rapping was like the last thing on my mind,” Young Devyn admitted to HollywoodLife while looking back at her earlier teen years, which may come as a surprise from the youngest person to ever freestyle at the BET Hip Hop Awards Cypher. For the 19-year-old music artist, who has been given the seal of approval by rap legend Nicki Minaj herself, rapping started as a “hobby” that branched from her first passion: Soca music. The genre — birthed in Trinidad and Tobago — served as Devyn’s launchpad into the music industry after she performed a Soca song in tribute to her Trinidadian background for her school’s Heritage Day talent show more than a decade ago. “The performance, it just went crazy. Everybody’s going crazy. And then a week later, I ended up on the radio, and people were just like, ‘Who’s this little girl?’ And I exploded from there,” Devyn exclusively told HollywoodLife ahead of the release of her eight-track debut EP, Baby Goat, coming out on June 18.

Young Devyn — whose debut EP Baby Goat is coming out on June 18 — counts Nicki Minaj, Meek Mill, JAY-Z, Jadakiss and Lauryn Hill to be some of the icons who inspired her to embrace hip hop on her music journey. She is signed with the record label 4th & Broadway. [Courtesy of Young Devyn]

This “explosion” entailed Devyn becoming an established name in the Soca scene, regularly performing at her own shows and touring with the likes of Soca icons like Machel Montano and Bunji Garlin. By 2016, then a young teen, a new curiosity formed: Devyn was drawn to the “metaphors and punchlines” of rap, and began to study the art form by watching documentaries. So, Devyn — who was raised in East New York, Brooklyn — decided to “try it” out for herself. “I was just doing a fun hobby for a couple months…and exercising my pen and actually started gaining the confidence to post like little ‘Freestyle Friday’ videos on my Instagram. So it was like a switch for everybody,” Devyn said, recalling how these weekly social media posts began her segue into hip hop.

“Everyone at the time knew me for doing Soca. So it was a cute little thing to do every Friday, like people were looking forward to it,” Devyn continued. The MC went on to have a moment of enlightenment in her career after doing a freestyle rap show that “went viral”: this could be her way of reaching new listeners, since she “always wanted to make Soca a little more mainstream.” With that revelation, Devyn knew what to do next: “And that’s when I decided to take it serious and realize that could be my way to reach the masses.”

This epiphany is what set the stepping stones that led to Devyn’s debut EP, appropriately named Baby Goat, that combines both her Soca sound and hip hop lyricism into one project. Devyn teased that the EP’s upcoming singles like “Secret” and “Entanglement,” despite falling into the camp of what Devyn considered “mainstream pop,” still have that Caribbean influence that kick-started her career. “If you’re not from the Caribbean, you’re still going to understand it and enjoy it. So it transcends everywhere, and I think people are gonna love it. And that’s kind of like, a teaspoon of what, you know, my culture is really about,” Devyn said of the tracks that are fun and flirty, perfect for putting on blast while driving with the top (or window) down this summer.

And then you have Devyn’s solid rap tracks; one of them, “Straight To It,” was already released to fans in March. Devyn swapped sweet melodies for hard-hitting verses that demand her to be taken seriously as a rapper; not that she needs to make the request, given clever lines like, “Got a different hoodie for the spinnage / I could cook a rapper, turn ’em like a spinach / Everybody know my body different, hottest in the world and I ain’t talkin’ Guinness / Ain’t a problem started I ain’t finish / Know some flossy ooters like a dentist, yeah.”

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Fun facts: Young Devyn was once the only girl on an all-boys basketball team, and is proficient in the Chinese language. [Photo Credit: Nigel Wardally]

The forthcoming EP was not just shaped by different genres, but by Devyn’s exposure to “different cultures,” too, as an artist who has been traveling and performing since she was eight years old. From enjoying “boat rides” in Sint Maarten to swimming in Tobago, Devyn said such experiences “expand your brain.” This translates into her music when it comes time to apply that brainpower to songwriting. “I just started writing music on a worldwide basis,” Devyn said. Instead of wondering what her city would love, she was thinking big picture: “What can I do to captivate the world?” These goals all tie back to Devyn’s goal to always be transcending one label.

What also makes Devyn’s work unique is that you won’t find explicit lyrics in it, something she was already getting attention for long before this debut EP came about. This hesitancy towards swear words and violent themes wasn’t because of her young age. Rather, Devyn saw omitting them altogether as more of a writer’s challenge, which rings more true today as she’s “getting older,” the singer-rapper said. “When you get older, you can say more things. And I still just choose not to. And it really does test your limits,” Devyn explained, adding, “It’s just all a part of the testing it and pushing your pen, really just finding out vocabularies and just different things that makes people react. Once you like, pay attention to all those things and put in a boiling pot…that’s kind of how I just be figuring it out.”

While it’s one of the many things that makes Devyn unique in her music — in addition to a level of success few her age have achieved, after also attracting the attention of stars like Taraji P. Henson — above all, Devyn just wants to be relatable.

“I definitely just want people to know that it’s okay to need normal. Like, I feel like that was kind of what was missing,” Devyn observed, noting how music doesn’t always need to be about being “always glammed up” or “being too sexual” (“nothing” is wrong with that, though, Devyn made sure to clarify). Rather, Devyn believes that her debut ep Baby Goat brings “regular emotions, regular things that we go through just everyday life…all ages, all genders, no matter where you are, could just relate to.” And if you won’t relate to it? “You’re going to respect [the EP] because it’s my story and I’m not over exaggerating anything or putting on a facade or show, like this is my real life,” Devyn said.



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Jordyn Woods Looks Incredible While Rocking Animal Print Bikini For Mirror Selfie

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Jordyn Woods looked absolutely stunning when she rocked an animal print bikini in a sexy mirror selfie!

When it comes to Jordyn Woods, 23, one thing is for sure – she loves bikini photos. Her latest photo may just be our favorite though as she rocked a zebra-patterned string bikini in a sexy mirror selfie. The Monday Swimwear two-piece featured the Palma triangle top with hi-rise string Palma bottoms that put her toned stomach and legs on full display. She captioned the photo, “sweet love” and the post already has over 180,000 likes and counting. Her long black hair was done down and straight while parted in the middle.

Jordyn is always posting sexy bikini pics and this is just one of many. Just recently, she posted photos of herself on the beach without a drop of makeup while her hair was down in natural curls and she rocked a neon bikini. The green two-piece featured an underwire top with super cheeky bottoms and she posted a photo of herself from the front and the back so we could get the full picture. Another one of her favorite looks from her was when she posted a slideshow of her on vacation at the beach. She opted to wear a mauve printed bikini featuring a tiny triangle top with stringy bottoms, Chanel sandals, and a Chanel beach bag.

While on that same vacation, Jordyn rocked yet another sexy bikini that was bright blue. The scrunched top was low-cut and had a ring in the center while the low-cut bottoms had a ring on either side. As a cover-up, she chose to throw on a pair of high-waisted drawstring cotton blue shorts which showed off just how tiny her waist is. There’s nothing we love more than seeing how confident Jordyn is in her own skin and we seriously live for her sexy bikini pics.



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