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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    Queen Simone Biles becomes the first woman
    EVER to be a 3-peat AA champion!

    Queen Gabrielle Douglas becomes the first Olympic AA champion to win a Worlds AA medal since 1981!

    Queen Larissa Iordache restores some dignity to Romania by winning bronze!

    Bow ONTD.

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    Edited to add a happy Iordache.




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    Glee and Looking star Jonathan Groff got the thrill of his life when Beyoncé came up to him after his performance as King George III in Hamilton and complimented his character's regally sassy walk. Hamilton's writer, composer, and star Lin-Manuel Miranda told the backstage story through a series of tweets:
















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    -The special edition will include a DVD and four bonus tracks. and will only be released internationally on November 20. The DVD will feature four music videos, including a music video for "Title."

    -Her album, released back in January, has so far sold 868,000 copies in the U.S. and is expected to surpass a million by the end of the year. All four of her singles have gone platinum.

    -Her only new song is called "Good To Be Alive" (taken from the Target Edition of The Peanuts Soundtrack).



    Sources: Twitter + YouTube

    What's your favorite song on this classic album?

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    -Sam Smith just announced that he will go on a musical hiatus following his Bond theme song

    -Says it feels "right" because he's been going nonstop for 3 years

    -Wants to be a #normal 23 year old and spend time dating

    -Who else took a break after their Bond theme song and is back now...?



    How convienent...

    Source: ET Online

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    As Halloween approaches, everyone is looking for something to give them a good scare by making their way through the horror films on Netflix. However, fiction can't match up to reality, as evidenced in the popular American TV series "Unsolved Mysteries", which ran originally on NBC from 1988 to 1997. The series explored real life missing peoples cases, murder cases, unexplained deaths, and various other unexplained events. In the years since the show has been on the air, several cases featured have been solved. Many more remain unsolved still.

    Here are ten disturbing and scary cases that remain unsolved.



    10. The death of Cindy James

    Episode featured: S03 EP20
    Cindy James was found dead on June 8, 1969, in Vancouver, British Columbia. She had been reporting to the police for seven years that she had received threatening messages over the phone and in the mail, as well as physical violent attacks. The police doubted her claims but her family and close friends all believed her. Cindy disappeared on May 25, 1989. Her body was found two weeks later in an abandoned house. She had been hogtied and gagged, but her cause of death was a morphine overdose. Police claimed the death was a suicide, the coroner was undetermined, and her family believe she was murdered. Cindy was 44 at her time of death.
    Read more about her case here.


    09. The death of Debbie Wolfe

    Episode featured: S03 EP14
    Debbie Wolfe disappeared on December 25, 1985, after leaving her job at the hospital. When her family investigated her house, they found it left in disarray and Debbie's dogs left abandoned and unfed. They found a message on Debbie's answering machine from a co-worker of Debbie's indicating that she had missed several days of work. Five days after her disappearance, police started up a search. Two friends of Debbie's mother performed their own search of a local pond, where they found a 55 gallon barrel with a body inside. The body was identified as Debbie. Police ruled her death an accident, but evidence points to an abduction and murder.
    Read more about her case here.


    08. The abduction of Angela Hammond

    Episode featured: S04 EP19
    Angela Hammond was 20 years old when she was abducted on April 4, 1991. After a dropping off her fiance, Rob Shafer, at home, Angela left and told him she would call him back in a few hours. When she did call him an hour later from a payphone seven blocks from Rob's house, she claimed to have seen a truck circle her area a few times. As they continued to talk, Rob heard Angela screaming and immediately ran out of the house to drive to where she was. On his way to the payphone, he passed a truck matching Angela's description and heard someone call to him out the window. Rob turned the car around and gave chase through downtown for two miles before his transmission failed. He lost track of the truck. Angela was never seen again. Her case is believed to be connected to two other missing persons cases from the same area around the same time.
    Read more about her case here.


    07. The murder of Linda Sherman

    Episode featured: S12 EP01
    Linda Sherman was 27 years old when she disappeared on April 22, 1985. Four years after her disappearance, a human skull was found in the bushes by the window at the Casa Gallardo Restaurant in Missouri. The skull was determined to be that of an adult woman's, and after a mysterious letter to a neighboring police station claimed it was Linda, dental records confirmed it was. Her husband Don became the #1 suspect, but without the rest of her body, they have not been able to find any evidence to conclusively point to him or anyone else. Don maintains his innocence and insists that the leaving of Linda's skull at the restaurant was meant as a threat towards him.
    Read more about her case here.


    06. The murder of Molly Bish

    Episode featured: S13 EP42
    Molly Bish disappeared on June 27, 2000, from her job on a local pond where she was a lifeguard. The police called her mother Magi after reports came in that there was no lifeguard and that Molly's belongings remained on the beach. Magi believed that her daughter had been abducted by a man she had seen earlier in the parking lot when she dropped Molly off at work. Several other people saw the same man on the day of Molly's disappearance. No evidence could be found of what happened to Molly until three years later, when her remains were found five miles from the pond.
    Read more about her case here.


    05. The murder of Don Henry and Kevin Ives

    Episode featured: S01 EP02
    On August 23, 1987, the bodies of 16 year old Don Henry and 17 year old Kevin Ives were found lying side by side on a railway track after a cargo train made an emergency stop upon seeing them. The momentum of the train carried it too far and ran over both boys. The police ruled that the boys had been high on marijuana and died accidentally on the tracks. Both their parents refused to accept that analysis and had the case reopened. Upon exhuming the remains, it was determined that one boy was already dead when the train hit him and the other was dying. Don had been stabbed prior to being run over by the train.
    Read more about their case here.


    04. The disappearance of Jodi Huisentruit

    Episode featured: S08 EP16
    Jodi Huisentruit, a news anchor in Mason City, Iowa, disappeared on June 27, 1995 when she failed to turn up for work. A colleague had called her that morning when she was late for work and reached Jodi, who had overslept but was coherent and preparing to come to work. The police were called to check on Jodi and found her personal items strewn around her parked car and no sign of her anywhere. Despite massive search efforts, Jodi has never been found. A popular theory suggests that she was abducted by an obsessed fan.
    Read more about her case here.


    03. The murders of Mary Lou Morris and Mary Mcginnis Morris

    Episode featured: S13 EP06
    The body of Mary Lou Morris was found in a burned car just outside Houston, Texas, on October 12, 2000. Three days later, the body of Mary Mcginnis Morris was found in the same area, also burned in a car. Friends of Mary Mcginnis said that she had been spooked by a man that she had seen in a drug store. Police have a tape that contains audio of Mary Mcginnis's death but have not released the tape to the public. It is believed that a hit was put out on Mary Mcginnis and that Mary Lou was killed by mistake, but this has not been proven.
    Read more about her case here.


    02. The Circleville Writer

    Episode featured: S07 EP07
    In 1976 in the town of Circleville, Ohio, a bus driver named Mary Gillispie started receiving letters that accused Mary of having an affair with the superintendent of schools and threatened her family. Mary kept the letters to herself until a letter addressed to her husband, Ron Gillispie, arrived. Ron's letter told him to end Mary's affair or his life would be in danger. Ron and Mary believed they knew who was sending the letters and so Ron went to confront him. When leaving the confrontation, Ron lost control of his car and swerved into a tree, which killed him. He was found with his gun in the vehicle, which had been fired once. After his death, the letters continued being sent to Mary. Then in 1983, the letter writer began putting up signs along Mary's bus route that indicated he was targeting Mary's daughter. The sign was booby trapped to conceal a gun that was meant to fire at Mary if she took the sign down, but it did not work. Mary's brother-in-law, Paul Freshour, was eventually convicted for attempted murder in this case. However, after his imprisonment, the letters continued to arrive. Paul was granted parole in 1994 and maintains his innocence, and most experts now believe he did not write the letters and that Ron's death was not an accident.
    Read more about this case here.


    01. The disappearance of Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman

    Episode featured: S12 EP02
    On December 30, 1999, the home of the Freeman family in Vitia, Oklahoma, was found to have been set ablaze and reduced to ashes. In the rubble, an adult body was found. It was identified as Kathy Freeman, and she had died from a gunshot wound to the head before the fire started. Still missing were her husband Danny, her daughter Ashley, and Ashley's best friend, Lauria Bible, who had spent the night with the family to celebrate Ashley's 16th birthday the day before. Lauria's parents began to search the scene themselves, and very quickly they found another body, an adult. It was later identified as Danny Freeman. He too had been shot in the head. Lauria's purse, with her drivers license and $200 in cash, were found at the scene. The Freeman family had been having trouble with the Craig County Sheriff's Department after they killed Shane Freeman, Ashley's brother, when Shane stole a neighbor's truck and gun. The Freemans believed his death was unjustifiable, and the Bible family believes this conflict may have played a part in their death, or at least the handling of the case afterwards. Lauria and Ashley's bodies were not located at the sight of the house fire, and neither girl has ever been seen since.
    Read more about their case here.

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    So what happened to these people, ONTD? And what are some other unsolved true crime stories (from Unsolved Mysteries or otherwise) that still haunt you? Do you think any of these cases will ever be solved?

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    Rochelle Herman-Walrond will appear on “Dr. Phil” Thursday afternoon to discuss tapes she secretly recorded of the former Subway Sandwich pitchman. In the tapes, Fogle describes his alleged crimes, including sexual encounters he had with minors and how he groomed young girls and boys.

    source= https://twitter.com/THR?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

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    Honoree Reese Witherspoon and actor Matthew McConaughey pose for a portrait during the 29th American Cinematheque Award honoring Reese Witherspoon at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza on October 30, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.





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    fave Reese role?

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    So ONTD, what is your costume for Halloween?



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    Movie star and #squad member Hailee Steinfeld recently talked about her amazing genuine friendship with Taylor Swift
    - the whole squad gets along so well
    - so supportive
    - such amazing friendship
    - "I can absolutely assure you that each and every one of us genuinely support and love each other"

    See the article at the SOURCE (mods the source has not tweeted this yet!)

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    lyric video to Justin's second single to which he & his team continue to pay dust :(
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    The editors over at Idolator have reviewed Ariana Grande's latest single "Focus" and they aren't too fond of it. Robbie Daw compares "Focus" to KC & The Sunshine Band's "That's The Way (I Like It)," saying that the pre-chorus melody in "Focus" sounded much better when KC & The Sunshine Band did it first back in 1975.

    Bianca Gracie calls "Focus"boring and says that the song is just another reminder of how mediocre 2015's output of pop music has been.

    Mike Wass delivers the finishing blow, saying that Ariana Grande simply cannot sing, and the fact that Ariana Grande is touted as this generation's vocal diva shows just how much standards have been lowered over the years. To see what numerical score each editor gave "Focus," read the full article at the source.

    Source: https://twitter.com/idolator/status/660183757043953664

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    Halloween is like my time to shine when it comes to makeup, but I never thought it would lead me to meet one of my favourite DJs.



    Pardon my grossness. The harsh lighting and working all day doesn't make you look cute.

    I met Zedd and he exceeded any kind of expectation of meeting someone in a meet and greet setting ever. I’ve done plenty of these things in my time and it’s usually a quick hi, take a picture, sign something, and bye. However, meeting Zedd/Anton was the complete opposite.

    TLDR Story~
    I got to meet him because I won a costume contest through a radio station. I was a Zombie Joker. I really didn’t think I was gonna win, because at 4 they picked the winner (me) and expected me to get the venue by 5:30 and that’s funny because LOL Chicago rush hour traffic is a joke.

    I literally ran out of work and drove to other side of the city just in time. I called Zedd’s tour manager and he came and got me. He was actually really nice and wasn’t going to make me wait outside in the cold so he brought me inside. Then waiting for other people that won meet and greets I started to talk to him. We got on the subject of what contest I won and he told me that Zedd/Anton actually picked my costume himself and everyone was super stoked about mine. His tour manager was actually really cool.

    So when I met Zedd/Anton I was the first person in line, because walking to dressing room area I still talking to his TM. Zedd/Anton exceeded any kind of expectation I had TBH. His tour manager told him I was the Joker costume and Zedd/Anton was way too excited lol. I had like a full blown conversation with Anton about it and his TM even joined in. Anton is really quick witted when talking and hilarious. However, TM finally had to give Anton a look to stop talking because we were holding up the line. We took a picture and then I waited to get escorted back to where I needed to go. I felt a little bad because I watch the other people that won meet and greets and they didn't remotely get to talk to him at all. /cool story bro

    Summary:
    -Zedd’s team is really cool/nice.
    -Zedd/Anton is very quick witted and brings the jokes.
    -I’m dead and I’m posting this from the afterlife.



    And yes ONTD he smelt amazing.


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    The designers are given nine thousand dollars and seven weeks to put together a 10-look collection for S/S 2016 at New York Fashion Week.


    We start the episode with a continuation of last week's vague ending, and you can practically feel the designers tapping their watches so Tim will hurry up and get on with the save. He does, it's uneventful.

    Ashley is voluntold to make a plus size collection and they assure her they will provide models. She is the first home visit we see with Tim! Ashley is working out of her sister's home. She is inspired by her heritage, and is doing a modern 'Mexico City in the 1950s.' Her colours are bright (pinks and purples, very Ashley) and some florals. So far I see no fabrics that look like they were picked out by a character in Sweet Valley High so that's a good sign.

    Next we go to San Francisco to see Candice, who is sitting at the beach with her mother and children in an all black ensemble, and leather boots. You know, casual beach looks. When we get to her workspace we are greeted by a giant skirt that lives outside because it doesn't fit through the door. Inside she is using leather and wood, lots of blacks and reds. Tim is a bit concerned, calling some of her looks 'cheap' and 'full-tilt drag queen.'

    Off to Massachusetts (not Jersey, wtf) to see Kelly. Her inspiration is 'Studio 54 meets new-wave streetwear' and has a lot of sequins, shine, and a wood-pattern fabric. She has made fanny packs for all her looks, I die. It's so Kelly. For her family/friend visit, Kelly takes Tim to the deli a restaurant she used to work at. THEN WE GO TO THE DELI! A group of enthuastic Italians greet Tim and name a sandwich after him. his may be the oddest home visit we've ever seen.

    Lastly we head to Atlanta to see Edmond. He has done mostly dresses, from cocktail dresses to gowns. He debates broadening his collection to include things like swimsuits and suits, but Tim advises, 'do you want people coming to you for swimsuits?' Edmond says no, and that pretty much settles things. He still has lots of work to go, Tim reminds him of the tight timeline to get it all done and shipped to New York.

    Once we get back to NYC, three of the designers still have work left to do, but Kelly is done. Tim tells the designers they need to show three looks to the judges - one of which needs to be made TODAY. However, this look doesn't necessarily need to go in the collection they present at Fashion Week, so it is pretty much just a time suck. Off they go to Mood!

    Which looks get presented? Who do the judges love and hate? Who is going on to Fashion Week? On to the runway.



    Presentation to Judges

    Ashley Nell Tipton
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    Candice Cuoco
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    Edmond Newton
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    Kelly Dempsey
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    HEADED TO FASHION WEEK - Ashley, Candice, Edmond, Kelly
    ELIMINATED - No one



    What are your thoughts ONTD? Where do you rank this season compared to its 13 predecessors?

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