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Down a beautiful old world street in the middle of Greenwich Village in New York City lives a private school with an enormous heart. The type of heart that is inclusive and accepting, that caters to the values and ethics of traditions and beliefs. Where parents and children regularly see each other for dinners and play dates, morning assembly that unite parents and children before the day begins, a place where friendships are made for life.

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Board of Trustees: Judy McCool, Michelle-Marie Heinemann, Headmistress Angela Coombs, Amanda Shamis, Neil Edward St. Clair

This private School is The Academy of Saint Joseph and this metaphorical heart translates into a strong School culture, with robust and overlapping interactions among all members of the School community.

Ms. Angela Coombs is the Headmistress and in her 40th year as an educator. She is the driving force behind this positive energy that you can see and feel as soon as you enter the building. It’s evident on the walls, in the students and staff, and in every classroom you visit.

“It has been such a privilege to share in the lives of so many children and their families throughout these years. And even more, to watch these children grow up into the finest of young men and women who are building lives of their own, lives that will impact the world. I have had the great honor to attend College graduations and weddings of former students, to serve as a godparent for the children of former students. I have also attended funerals of parents of my students and shared in that grief with them. There is no question that educators have been given a great responsibility when a parent entrusts the care of his/her child to a School but also the greatest of privileges to share in their living and learning.” Says Ms. Coombs.

It is this cohesive thread of developing strong relationships with the families that make AOSJ so special. Parents want a direct line of communication with the teachers and Head of the School, they want to know that their child will be safe and cared for with respect and encouragement. RJ David, a principal with the Carlyle group says “We chose AOSJ for my son Rylan, because it had the right combination of intimate class sizes, challenging curriculum, diverse tight-knit community and religious values.  We believe this unique school environment provides a strong foundation for our son to be a well-rounded, high integrity and academically strong leader for the next generation.”

Strong relationships with other International Schools are equally important as AOSJ teaches on a global level, making children aware of other cultures and environments. Le Rosey, the Swiss Boarding school in Rolle Switzerland recently visited, offering a wonderful opportunity and experience provided by their summer camp, and boarding School in the secondary years.

Jacques Bounin, the admissions director of Le Rosey and dear friends with Michelle-Marie Heinemann, who’s daughter Hyacinth is in third grade at AOSJ discussed and welcomed all members of the AOSJ community to visit his School. “I am thrilled that my daughter loves School, and the closeness the parents share is amazing. We spend so much time together away from the School because we genuinely are an extended family. This is the magic of the School, the warmth and kindness amongst each other, and constant concern, the most amazing School culture.” Says Ms. Heinemann.

In the Spring the AOSJ will offer an upcoming tour of Europe. An exclusive travel abroad opportunity that includes a tour of London and Paris with the focus on the most iconic landmarks. Always a highlight on Spring Break!

SOURCE: EXPLOSION / Nick Guli

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June 25, 2019 – CEO Michelle-Marie Heinemann of Old Fashioned Mom Coffee, is both a leader and expert in the Coffee Industry. Her love for the taste lead her to incorporate Coffee into her colossal lifestyle brand appropriately titled “Old Fashioned Mom.” Old Fashioned Mom Coffee has quickly become the favorite among society’s elite all over the world.

“We have superior beans, we have a superior roast…which is an old fashioned secret recipe that gives our coffee a taste like none other” says Ms. Heinemann.

Old Fashioned Mom Coffee is currently served in 78 Countries, mostly five star Hotels. “Our wholesale division is as large as our retail division. Establishments want a remarkable product for their guests, and this is what we have. Strong, Rich, Bold, Perfect… it’s the best Coffee in the World.”

Indeed, as well as being the best Coffee in the World it could also change the World. That may seem like a broad statement, but purchasing your Coffee from a Company with sustainable practices helps protect rain forest species, allows coffee growers to earn a fair wage and improves air and water quality. Old Fashioned Mom Coffee adheres to sustainable business practices. “It’s very important for me to know that the workers who grew the Coffee were treated fairly and earned a competitive wage for sound growing practices. Our Coffee is grown respectfully and responsibly.” Says Ms. Heinemann

Drinking a cup of Old Fashioned Mom Coffee, either hot or iced is not for the light hearted. This is a very strong coffee, with hints of dark chocolate. The secret roasting recipe gives it a slight naturally sweet taste. “Every product under the Old Fashioned Mom name, is the absolute best….my intention is for the consumer to see our logo and know they will receive an extraordinary experience.”

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The Old Fashioned Mom Coffee Guide will be released this Fall and highlight some of the sensational coffee drinks that can be made at home. “My favorite is Affogato. I have it regularly after dinner, it’s the perfect ending and wake-me-up if you have had wine or champagne with your meal. It consists of a scoop of vanilla gelato or ice cream then one or two shots of espresso are poured on top. A fabulous dessert-beverage hybrid.” Says Ms. Heinemann.

Coffee trends continue for 2019. Cold brew, buttered coffee, Cascara, Nitrogen fueled, are all alive and well. “This is true, agrees Ms. Heinemann, however in the end simplicity always wins. A truly delicious cup of coffee made classically surpasses trends … always. That’s why the bean and the roasting technique are vital.

Coffee beans start out as the pit of a cherry-type fruit. Once the pits ( or beans ) are removed, they are dried before being exported. The milled pits are considered green coffee beans. Once the green coffee is exported, it’s ready to be roasted. We believe this is the most important step in coffee production. Precise roasting techniques that use an old fashioned secret recipe make our coffee the best coffee in the world.”

SOURCE: CEOWORLD MAGAZINE / Alexandra Dimitropoulou

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A Jewish banker and philanthropist to Jewish causes has become Brazil’s richest person with $25.2 billion.

Joseph Safra, who is considered the richest banker in the world by Forbes magazine, has taken over the number one richest position in Brazil from entrepreneur Jorge Paulo Lemann, becoming the richest person in Latin America’s largest nation. The bank that bears his name announced in early February a net profit of near $2 billion in 2018, helping to increase his fortune.

Safra, 81, is a leading philanthropist in Brazil’s 120,000-strong Jewish community.  Born in Lebanon, he runs a Brazilian banking and investment empire. His Lebanese/Syrian family’s banking connections date back to Ottoman times. The Safras moved to Brazil in 1952.

Lemann, one of the partners in the 3G fund with a current fortune estimated at $23 billion, had been Brazil’s richest person for six years in a row, reported the G1 news website. He lost $ 4.4 billion between March 2018 and March 2019, moving down from from 20th to 37th place on the worldwide list. His fund 3G is behind companies such as Inbev, Burger King and Kraft Heinz.

During the same period, Safra’s banks’ worth increased by $1.6 billion, rising from 36th to 31st. The billionaires remain the only Brazilians in the top 100 of the world’s richest. Next on the list are Marcel Herrmann Telles (141st), also a partner in 3G, and Eduardo Saverin (153rd), co-founder of Facebook.

Source: JTA

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New York City Socialite Michelle-Marie Heinemann hosted a glamorous Communion dinner party in honor of her daughter, Hyacinth Cornelia Heinemann at The Carlyle Hotel. Earlier in the day, Hyacinth received her first communion at The Church of Saint Joseph in the West Village. Family and Friends gathered to celebrate this special occasion with a delicious feast prepared by the Carlyle.

Hyacinth wore a custom party dress made by the French designer Isabel Marant and Chanel ankle boots. The Communion Cake was a five-layer white chocolate buttercream with edible gold leaf crosses. Michelle-Marie made a beautiful toast to her daughter and applauded her commitment and dedication towards the receiving of her first Communion.

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by Guest of A Guest · May 25, 2019

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Goop’s In Goop Health Summit descended on New York for the second time on Saturday, taking over an entire floor of Pier 17 in the Seaport District. The ath-leisure-clad crowd was expectedly homogenous — almost exclusively white women — but a vast range of ages was represented among the 600 attendees, most of whom had paid $1,000 for an all-access ticket to the 10-hour day of panels, workshops, psychic medium readings and ample downtime in Goop Hall to shop a Goop-curated retail area with books,beauty products and vibrators, take a power nap in a communal bed, get an ear-piercing, or nibble on tiny plates of kale salad and sip on “brain coffee.”

A small segment of attendees had ponied up $4,500 for a Wellness Weekender ticket, which included a two-night stay at the Park Hyatt in Manhattan, a Friday night cocktail party preceding the event, a “VIP workout session” and other perks.

It was In Goop Health’s second year bringing its summit to New York, following its 2017 debut in Los Angeles. Since then, summits have taken place in both cities, as well as a smaller iteration in Vancouver that was held in October. This weekend’s summit was Goop’s fifth event. The lifestyle content-meets-commerce company is showing no signs of slowing its live events business — another L.A. summit is to take place in May, and in June, In Goop Health will make its debut in London.

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At this weekend’s gathering in New York, an upbeat sorority of Goop staffers wearing white sweatshirts emblazoned with the word “Goopies” in black were on hand throughout the day to help answer questions and usher attendees to and fro. In the morning, after picking up white Keds sneakers adorned with Ariel Gordon charms engraved with “Goop Times,” everyone gathered in the Chat Room, which would later be the site of various panel discussions hosted by Elise Loehnen, Goop’s head of content, on niche topics such as “micro-resilience,” intimacy and masculinity, and psychedelic medicine.

Gabrielle Bernstein — the motivational speaker and life coach, author of popular books such as “The Judgement Detox” and “The Universe Has Your Back,” Lululemon yoga ambassador, etc. — started the day off with an intense Kundalini meditation known as “The Breath of Fire,” which had the seated audience breathing in and out rapidly while raising their hands in the air.

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The frenetic energy in the room set the tone for the day, as women clad in Lululemon leggings, Gucci fanny packs and Saint Laurent sneakers (while attendees were encouraged to slip into their new Keds upon arrival, that suggestion seemed to go mostly unheeded) zipped around for the next several hours, happy to be there and eager to take in the day’s offerings.

The range of ages represented — while mostly concentrated to women in their 30s and 40s — was exemplified by the appearances of both Gwyneth Paltrow’s 76-year-old mother, Blythe Danner, and 14-year-old daughter Apple Martin. WWD observed Danner shopping the beauty assortment with the assistance of Goop beauty editor Jean Godfrey-June, while Martin stopped by early in the day for an ear-piercing. The free piercings were by far the most in-demand activity in Goop Hall, eliciting long lines. Other popular activations included adult slumber party-esque “wind-down sessions” in Buffy x Goop’s “cocreated sleep sanctuary,” a communal bed covered in Buffy’s sustainable comforters, which are made primarily from eucalyptus wood pulp.

Also in Goop Hall, there was ear seeding — an acupressure therapy said to ease feelings of stress and anxiety, an infrared sauna, B-12 injections that had women pulling their pants down without a second thought and “no makeup” makeup applications by Glamsquad using only products sold on Goop. There was a steady stream of small snacks at the ready, including Bonberi’s coco parfaits and grain bowls, multiple kale salads, Honeybrains’ “power oatmeal” and cauliflower steaks, and a seemingly endless supply of gluten-free blueberry muffins by Hu Kitchen.

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The retail area was well shopped by the end of the day, as women snapped up new chewable Goop supplements — Knock Me Out for sleeplessness, Nerd Alert for Energy — sleekly designed vibrators by Dame Products, books such as Shira Lenchewski’s “The Food Therapist” and Dr. Will Cole’s “Ketotarian” diet tome, and activewear by G. Label. Popular beauty buys were Vintner’s Daughter’s $185 Active Botanical Serum, and Douglas Little’s natural fragrances, both his own line called Heretic and the Goop candles, for which he serves as the perfumer.

Beauty offerings at Goop were dominated by Beautycounter, the Los Angeles-based direct-sales purveyor of clean beauty products. In makeup master classes with Beautycounter makeup artist Christy Coleman, women donned Goop-branded terry cloth headbands and wielded the brand’s Dew Skin tinted moisturizer and eyebrow pencils in efforts to achieve Coleman’s signature everyday makeup look. Anastasia Achilleos, GP’s very own facialist in town from London, taught a popular class on facial lymphatic drainage, in which women strained to see the stage so they could mimic her massage movements.

If anything, Goop seems a barometer for what’s next going to be popular in the world of wellness. At the In Goop Health Summit in Vancouver last fall, hot topics included gut health and the future of cannabis — subject matters that have, by now, gained mainstream traction, with probiotics infused in skin and hair care and CBD oil being sold at corner pharmacies.

Pills in general seem to be out of vogue. “I’m not a fan of pills — we have a big pill culture,” said Elle MacPherson, model and founder of the plant-based supplement brand WelleCo, on why she chose to produce powders over pills, during a panel discussion on clean beauty with makeup artist and Westman Atelier founder Gucci Westman and Beautycounter chief executive officer Gregg Renfrew.

This weekend’s event delved deeper into the realms of emotional health and alternative medicines. Dr. Ellen Vora, a psychiatrist who specializes in healing depression and anxiety without prescription medicine, led workshops on self-acceptance. On the other end of the spectrum, Drs. Will Siu and Alex Belser in a panel on psychedelic medicine (which Paltrow pinpointed as the Next Big Thing in an interview in Sunday’s New York Times) described prescribing microdoses of ketamine to patients with mental illness.

“Things are shifting very quickly,” said Siu, about the growing awareness of microdosing psychedelics for mental illness, which he also noted can incite “profound spiritual experiences,” alongside curing depression.

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Even the food component of the day’s programming was tinged with a theme of emotional health. In a workshop on “Food and Mood,” psychiatrist Uma Naidoo expounded that one should not just be eating physical health, but mental health, too, and predicted that pairing one’s diet with one’s emotional needs is at the forefront of a future, more individualized diet culture, when people will be eating not just for weight loss, but for weight loss and anxiety, or weight loss and depression, for instance.

The topic of intuition kept coming up throughout the day, particularly as it pertains to medical situations. Caroline Myss, a “medical intuitive,” served as the first fireside chat of the day, interviewed by Paltrow herself. Myss talked about connecting with the chakras to understand the body’s ailments.

“Do I need to explain what chakras are?” asked Myss. “No, they’re Goopies — they get it,” said Paltrow.

Myss recommended tapping into one’s intuition the next time one feels a sickness coming on — for instance, Paltrow’s friend’s recurring bladder infections, which she gave Myss as an example. “Instead of asking, ‘What’s wrong with my bladder?’ the first thing you should ask is, ‘What’s out of balance?’” said Myss. “Reacting to your anguish about something without doing anything about it can get into your bladder.”

Spirituality was a key theme that ran through the course of the day. “How many of you believe that there’s something else out there guiding us, a governing force in the cosmos?” asked Vora during one of her self-acceptance workshops. Everyone raised their hand.

Various psychic medium readings held in “The Spirit Room” throughout the day were a hot-ticket item — in one group reading, WWD observed psychic medium Kim Russo, author of “The Happy Medium: Life Lessons from the Other Side,” channel one woman’s deceased Yorkshire Terrier.

One thing noticeably absent from the Goop summit was the plethora of Instagrammable activations one might encounter at beauty festivals such as Beautycon or Gen Beauty. Though the space, which was designed with Goop’s minimalist chic aesthetic in mind, was inherently Instagrammable and minus a few exceptions — Buffy’s sleep sanctuary, an In Goop Health-branded Astroturf field filled with fake flowers — the overt Insta-bait was noticeably absent from the summit.

Perhaps this is because digital detoxing was a topic on everyone’s minds. “I was at a birthday party [with a no-phone policy] and it was great because no one was there trying to have the experience and post the pictures,” said Demi Moore, in the day’s closing conversation between her, Paltrow and Arianna Huffington.

“The growing addiction [to technology] is something we all need to address,” said Huffington, founder and ceo of Thrive Global, whose latest book addresses reducing technology dependence. “We need to set boundaries and make it clear that we need to put down our phones and connect with ourselves.”

 

By Ellen Thomas

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1. At what age did you start playing Ice Hockey?

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I started playing Ice Hockey at age 5. My friends Father, who lived down the street invited me to join one day, my Father had no clue about Hockey. He put my elbow pads on my knees, it was funny. I didn’t have a clue either obviously, but it’s worked out for the best.

2. It’s very impressive that at 15 you already had an agent. Please tell us, how you achieved this?

When I was 15, agents would come to select tournaments and talk to my Father and discuss the potential I had. I think currently it’s changed a bit, but I played a lot of tournaments in Canada with some top tier teams with a lot of talented players. So there were always agents around. They couldn’t really give anything due to NCAA losing eligibility and hush hush behind that, but once I wasn’t going NCAA they could fully advise me and that was at age 17.

3. From 1999-2001, you attended the The Cardigan Mountain School, an Elite all boys Boarding School in Canaan, New Hampshire. How much of an influence did this School have on you as a young child and growing Athlete?

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This school really shaped me into the man I am today. Discipline, Integrity, Manners, Sportsmanship. There’s just so much to be thankful for from that school. I grew up with all sisters, so to be at an all boys school was really fun as they were all brothers to me. It made me grow as an athlete as you have to play 3 sports. I never played football before, tried it, and loved it! It was just an amazing time of my life and would recommend it for anyone.

4. What advice would you give for children today, that want a Professional career in Sports. What are the steps necessary to achieve their dream?

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Don’t be a follower! Listen to what you can correct. Today with technology try and watch yourself, correct your mistakes, work on getting better but also don’t force anything. Enjoy it while it lasts, have fun. You have to love what your doing in order to be the best.

5. You currently play for Heilbronner Falken, a team in Heilbronn, Germany. What is a typical day for you? Walk us through your daily routine.

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I wake up have breakfast, head to the arena for training, after workout off ice and on ice I usually go to lunch with some friends. I’ve been in Germany for 9 years now so I really enjoy the European lifestyle. Cafes are amazing to just sit and relax, read and write. As I am getting older I have been contemplating my next phase in my life, I obviously can’t play Hockey forever so it’s exciting exploring all the possibilities next for me. Germany is a place I definelty can call home, I love the surroundings, architecture and history. I’ll always come back here no matter what, I love it here and Berlin is my favorite, this city has a place in my heart forever.

6. What are some of your favorite restaurants in Germany?

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So many favorites! Berlin has some wonderful Pan Asian Restaurants. One in particular is called Transit. It is minimalist in decor and serves delicious Thai and Indonesian dishes. As an athlete, carbs and pasta on game days!

I also enjoy cooking but as a bachelor, cooking for one isn’t as enjoyable and sometimes you eat far more than you should!

7. I know family is very important to you, as you pay homage to your family..often through social media. Please tell us about your family and how they were instrumental in your career?

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My family has the biggest meaning in my life. They are the most supportive, and the reason I am able to be where I am. I have four sisters, two older and two younger, a nephew and a niece. My Father and Mother have worked extremely hard to support not just my upbringing but their 4 other children. My Father is a painter and my Mother works in child care.

The oldest Aimee teaches in Hong Kong and has been all over the world, she’s incredible smart. Next is Lauren. She is a nanny and has been working with children for over 15 years. She’s is amazing when it comes to Children.

The one right below me, Melissa, was an outstanding hockey player growing up, she was my little side kick, followed me everywhere and always wanted to play street hockey or mini hockey with my friends. She has two beautiful children…which I often post on Social Media.

The youngest Vanessa is in the military. She has such a strong work ethic. She has worked since she was 14 and worked with my Father until she joined the Army. She really enjoys it and is a supply Sargent.

All my family members have had an impact in my life, and it’s why I have always given back to them as much as I could through my career. I love them dearly.

8. The Playoffs are coming up in March. Do you have a regimen that puts you in your best focused state?

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For many that know me as a hockey player, they know my game changes come playoffs. My mentality is a win there’s no tomorrow mentality. Like the NFL. Every game is important. I have always been confident in the fact that I’m a playoff player. Big players show up in big games. And I like to be that guy. I don’t know what exactly it is, but it’s the best time of year, it’s the most exciting, and I am just that much more focused because I want to win! Who doesn’t? I know everyone says that, but there’s just something different about certain players during playoffs. You gotta have that mentality.

During regular season, there’s so many games that I think mentally, sometimes guys take nights off. It’s why I love the NFL. Every week is important. In hockey or basketball or baseball, the mentality can be, ah there’s 40 games left we can make it up. But when it comes to hockey playoffs, you can’t think that. It’s now or never, you do whatever it takes to win. And I just love the feeling and rush of that.

9. What one word describes you?

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Selfless – there’s no other way to put it. I have many words that I could put. But I really put the needs of others first. I love helping others in any way I can. Whether it’s talking friends through difficult times, helping them with a situation, anything. I love to help.

10. What can we expect from Jimmy Sharrow in the next year?

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Wow, the next year. I would really like to get going with career after hockey. I’m 34 now, I’d love to play as long as I can, I still love it, but I know life comes at you fast, you meet someone, you don’t get a contract, you get injured…so many variables. I’d love to be a father soon, it’s something I cherish, so who knows you never know what life brings. I have a passion for the luxury concierge market. Perhaps I’ll take this direction after Hockey. I think my life experiences thus far has prepared me well, so I will explore this. However, ask me again in a year!

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According to ZAGAT…You’re “in the hands of a Master” at Chef Masa Takayama’s “serene” Upper East Side Japanese (located below the Gagosian Art Gallery) where the “delicate” sushi made from the “freshest quality” fish is offered alongside a diverse array of cooked dishes.

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I personally couldn’t agree more! Living around the corner I am there at least once a week, and I am never disappointed. I must admit I tend to order the same dishes over and over again…because they are just so delicious. However, my beautiful children are more adventurous and always bring something new to the table that we have not tried. 

Some of our favorites include: Beef Avocado Tartare Caviar With White Truffle, Tai White Truffle Ceviche, Daikon Cucumber with Yuzu Honey ( salad ), Vegetable Chowder with Clams, Coconut Lobster Tacos, Beef Skewers Yuzu Kosho, Fried Calamari with Chili Salt. ( my favorite ) 

Located conveniently on the Upper East Side! Kappo Masa is a must! 

Address: 976 Madison Avenue ( between 76th and 77th Street ) 
Phone: 212-906-7141

Larry Gagosian and Chef Masa Takayama

 

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'Second Act' film premiere at Regal Union Square - Red Carpet Arrivals

Featuring: Jennifer Lopez
Where: New York, New York, United States
When: 12 Dec 2018
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Emme, one of the singer’s 10-year-old twins, plays a younger version of Jennifer, in the singer/ actress’s directorial debut for the clip, which is the soundtrack to her new movie Second Act.

The mother-daughter duo can be seen climbing a mountain against the elements in matching red suits before being thrown up into the air by a bevy of backing dancers.

Jennifer’s daughter also takes centre stage in a number of shots, and even breaks into some of her mum’s signature dance moves.

Proud mum Jennifer was full of praise for Emme when he appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last week ahead of the clip’s release.

“When I tell you, she was so amazing and I was so proud. I forgot that I was directing my first video, it was all about her. It was all about her,” the 49-year-old gushed to the late night host. “And when you see the video, it’s so empowering for, just to see her doing this but, like, for women. It talks about being limitless, it talks about having second act and it’s a beautiful message as well, and great to share with her, doing that. We really bonded.”

The movie also stars her best pal Leah Remini and This Is Us star Milo Ventimiglia.

 

Written by People Magazine