Angelina Jolie Stuns Alongside Her Daughter on the Red Carpet, and People Are All Noticing the Same Thing

Angelina Jolie looked flawless as she attended the Broadway opening night of her musical, The Outsiders. The 48-year-old actress was all smiles as she posed with her 15-year-old daughter, Vivienne, who had worked with her on the project.

Jolie looked stunning in a shiny gold dress paired with a rusty-colored cape while her teenage daughter rocked a cool blue jumpsuit.

The Oscar-winning actress who worked as executive producer on the project had once revealed that Vivienne had a passion for theatre, saying, ’’She’s very thoughtful and serious about theatre and working hard to best understand how to contribute.’’

The mother-daughter pair radiated joy as they attended the event with all eyes naturally drawn to Jolie, who looked absolutely stunning with her vibrant red lipstick and slightly lighter blonde hair than her usual style.

Online, fans showered the star with compliments, saying that her beauty makes her «stand out from the crowd» and naming her «one of the world’s hottest women.» One person even noted, ’’She does look gorgeous here, even better than years ago.’’

While almost everyone would agree that the Maleficent actress looks incredible, many people noticed that there was something different about her, leaving some questioning whether her ever-growing glow was due to recent beauty procedures.

One person stated, «Angelina looks different. Or am I crazy?» While another wrote, «Looks like Angie had a little facelift or some kind of plastic surgery.» A third person added, ’’Angelina looks strange.”

Another actress who has recently caught everyone’s attention on the red carpet is Dakota Johnson. Check out her fabulous daring look here, which certainly didn’t leave anyone indifferent.

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98-year-old Kentucky woman with over 230 great-great-grandchildren meets her great-great-great-grandchild for the first time in amazing photo with 6 generations in it

An incredibly heartwarming photo showing six generations of women from the same family has gone viral recently as it captured the attention of a large number of people.

At the top end of the age scale is 99-year-old MaeDell Taylor Hawkins who is holding her seven-month-old great-great-great-granddaughter Zhavia Whitaker in her arms while the rest of the women, including MaeDell’s daughter, Frances Snow, 77, granddaughter Gracie Snow Howell, great-granddaughter Jacqueline Ledford, 29, and great-great-granddaughter Jaisline Wilson, 19, are posing behind them. Today, MaeDell has more than 620 grandchildren from her own daughters and their children’s children.

“I know it’s rare for six generations … it’s even rarer for all of them to be the same gender,” MaeDell’s granddaughter Howell, 58, told Good Morning America. “We’re all girls — girl power, as well.”

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When they snapped the photo and shared it on the social media, none of them knew it would attract that much attention.

“We just kind of planned a day, and we just all met and grandma knew we were coming,” Howell, who now lives in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, said.

MaeDell got married back in 1940 when she was just 16 years old. Her husband was 50-year-old rail worker Bill Taylor who at the time had 10 children and needed someone to take care of them while he was at work. MaeDell took the role of a mother and went on to have 13 children on her own.

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The family lived a very simple life as they lacked electricity, running water, and a stove, among the rest.

Getting married young was normal back in the day. Speaking of it, Howell said, “Now we don’t. We have children later in our life, so families are not that big. Having six generations is very, very rare to start with.”

The Kentucky matriarch now boasts a whopping 623 descendants, according to a family chart shared by her daughter-in-law, Janice Taylor. They include 106 grandchildren, 222 great-grandchildren, 234 great-great-grandchildren and 37 great-great-great-grandchildren.

“If everything goes well, the baby’s doing well, Grandma’s doing well – we’re all going to meet back in June and get another picture,” the family shared.

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