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Forbes '30 Under 30' teens who could rule Hollywood: Finn Wolfhard, Halle Bailey and more

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 4 December 2019
Forbes' '30 Under 30' 2020 list has five teen entertainers. From pitching a film at 10 to having Beyoncé as a mentor, here's what they've been up to.
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Finn Wolfhard Finn Wolfhard Canadian actor and musician

Finn Wolfhard still eats 'like a four-year-old child' [Video]

Finn Wolfhard still eats 'like a four-year-old child'

'Stranger Things' star Finn Wolfhard has admitted he often feels "crappy" because of his unhealthy diet.

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Finn Wolfhard Talks New Film 'Rules for Werewolves' | The Hollywood Reporter [Video]

Finn Wolfhard Talks New Film 'Rules for Werewolves' | The Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood Reporter's Scott Roxborough chats with Finn Wolfhard about his short film 'Rules for Werewolves,' based on the Kirk Lynn novel.

Credit: The Hollywood Reporter    Duration: 09:38Published

Beyoncé Beyoncé American singer, songwriter, producer, and actress

Kelly Rowland 'tortured' herself over Beyoncé comparisons [Video]

Kelly Rowland 'tortured' herself over Beyoncé comparisons

The star was coaching Chris Sebastian on 'The Voice Australia' when he opened up to her about being compared to his famous sibling, Guy Sebastian.

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Kelly Rowland 'tortured' herself over Beyonce comparisons [Video]

Kelly Rowland 'tortured' herself over Beyonce comparisons

Kelly Rowland has admitted she used to "torture" herself about being compared to her Destiny Child bandmate Beyoncé and felt like she was in her shadow.

Credit: Bang Media World    Duration: 01:10Published
Beyonce's BeyGOOD foundation teams up with NAACP to launch Black-Owned Small Business Impact grants [Video]

Beyonce's BeyGOOD foundation teams up with NAACP to launch Black-Owned Small Business Impact grants

Beyonce's BeyGOOD foundation has teamed up with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to launch a fund for black-owned small businesses struggling amid the Covid-19 pandemic and will offer grants of $10,000 dollars.

Credit: Cover Video STUDIO    Duration: 00:45Published

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