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    The North America '7/27 tour' starts in less than 3 days and it seems like it will be totally different from the South America leg. A theme, multiple props, different costumes, etc.

    Dinah Jane recently posted a snapchat while they were rehearsing and if you look carefully behind her, you can see what seems to be a setlist for their tour. Apparently, they'll "stop to a few islands", including the "Fantasy Island", where they'll perform:

    - "This Is How We Roll"
    - "Scared of Happy"
    - "Write on Me"
    - "I Lied"

    Pretty much all their EDM songs

    Mike Costello and Destiney Bleu are part of the team in charge of their tour costumes. Mike Costello is a fashion designer who participated to 'Poject Runaway'. Celebrities including Jennifer Lopez, Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj and more have worn his apparel. Destiney worked on the tour costumes of other artirts, such as Beyoncé, Meghan Trainor, Tinashe and more.

    finally! seems like the girls and their team are putting some effort to give us A SHOW! and with JoJo and Victoria Monet as their opening acts, the show can only be lit! girl power!

    source: popcrave x destiney x bleu x fifthharmony

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    During the Vikings panel, Clive Standen stole one of Alexander Ludwig's mandals and tossed it into the crowd. Lucky for Lex, a fan returned it to the Hunger Games star with a personal note.

    Sources: @LexLudwig, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. JustJared. @KatherynWinnick.

    ONTD: What's the best souvenir you've ever acquired?

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    In a distant dystopian future that is wild and out of control, join Killy on a quest to reclaim a dwindling civilization from the brink of oblivion.

    Kodansha Comics revealed on Sunday that the upcoming anime film adaptation Tsutomu Nihei's Blame! manga will be a Netflix Original film. The film will premiere in 2017.

    It looks good but "Killy" souds silly af

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    It started when Tara Reid walked out on an interview with Jenny McCarthy...

    Things turn south when Jenny asks Tara about Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars -- a topic she didn't want to discuss. The interview comes to a quick end when Jenny compliments Tara on her wobbly knees!

    Then for some reason Amy Schumer felt like commenting on it...

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    interesting that amy seems turned off by women being petty and mean with each other, yet she spends an entire season of her show doing that very thing to jenny?

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    - a Beyoncé fan wasn't happywhen a woman closer to the stage than him, a few feet away from Beyoncé, decided to play Pokémon Go instead of pay attention to the kwen.

    - in the instagram video, the angry fan says: "This bitch is finding Pokémon... She’s finding Pokémon when Beyoncé's singing. Fucking Pokémon! Look at where she is.. Look at where she is! She’s next to the stage!"

    Source | Source

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    Every generation has their own pop culture icons, scandals, iconic relationships, etc. We often try to match our current crop of stars to the ones that have come before them. They always say history repeats itself. Let's take a look at how some of the new(ish) celebrities compare to their pop culture counterparts of the past. *Keep in mind that these are general observations/similarities and do not compare levels of talent, personalities, etc...*

    Part one: Here



    Now, I'm not a fan of Jennifer Lawrence by any means, but you cannot deny that she has claimed the title of America's Sweetheart. She has a personality/persona that appeals to the general public, she was in a huge YA movie franchise/is an Oscar darling, and appears to be relatable with her goofy aw shucks demeanor(falling down twice at award shows). Even a nude photo hacking scandal couldn't bring her down. Her permeation of the media and pop culture reminds me of the 90s when Meg Ryan was in her place. She was a likable actress who starred in everyone's fave RomComs. Her image was squeaky clean (until In the Cut) and midwest housewives just loved her. But of course, the original sweetheart was Canadian actress Mary Pickford. "The girl with the curls" was a hugely popular silent film star in the early 1900s. She played an important role in developing film acting and was also crowned "Queen of the Movies".



    Do you like things ironically? Are you into bands/books/films before they become popular? Do you think PBR is the ONLY beer in the world? Do you love gentrification? You're probably a Hipster. While the term was 1st used in the 1940s to describe the zoot suiters and Jazz lovers, it has morphed into a full on cultural movement for some in the millennial generation. Typically liberal, white, affluent or middle class, hipsters have taken over cities all over the world. Places that were once considered square are now bustling with art, coffee shops, and yoga studios. Before hipsters graced us with their unique (but not really) style and philosophy...there were punks. Punks are all about anti-establishment, anti-authority, and non-conformity. This subculture arose from the punk rock scene in the mid-late 70s. Ripped clothing, spiked hair, piercings, you name it...all of these things are commonplace in punk culture. While I really wanted to name Hippies as the original, I could not deny the importance of the beat generation in the late 40s-50s. I envision "cool cats" sitting around some bongos, sipping coffee, wearing berets and reading poetry. This movement was made popular by a group of authors (Ginsberg, Kerouac, Burroughs) whose literature included many elements of the Beatnik ideals such as drug experimentation, rejection of materialism, and sexual freedom.



    Certain celebrities have excellent stylists and others just have great personal style. Kate Middelton very much looks the part of a princess. Clothes that she is photographed in fly off the shelves. She has a very classic style with a modern twist. Speaking of ~royalty, former 1st lady Jackie O was an inspiration in the 70s. She always looked polished in her coats and sunglasses. Her hair was always perfectly coiffed and she had this cool and calm aura about her. This became her signature look and was often imitated but never duplicated. Perhaps the most groundbreaking of the fashion icons was Katharine Hepburn. She totally went against the norm in the 30s & 40s by mostly refusing to wear dresses. She wore the shit out of a nice pair of trousers. She exuded power, confidence, and maturity.



    I'm a sucker for the food network channel and an even bigger sucker for Beat Bobby Flay. This former Iron Chef is such a huge name in the cooking industry. His fame has overlapped into popular culture with his numerous TV shows, products, and endorsement deals. Despite his messy personal life, the public seems to still be keen on Flay. Before Flay took the cooking world by storm, there was Emeril Lagasse and his catchphrase "BAM!". This was the 1st time I found myself interested in watching someone cook. He was very theatrical and full of personality. But if we want to mention celeb chefs, we can't do it without giving Julia Child her credit. She was the 1st celeb chef! Her show "The French Chef" was wildly popular and she won audiences over with her charm and wit. Her book Mastering the Art of French Cooking is recognized as an important part of bringing French Cuisine to the American Public.



    Many standup comedians make the transition into acting, but very few turn into full fledged movie stars. Kevin Hart began his career doing stand up, entering comedy competitions and taking small bit roles in films. Over the course of his career, Kevin has starred in his own comedy shows, won leading roles in big budget Hollywood films, and hosted several award shows. Eddie Murphy gained national attention when he was added to the roster of SNL in 1980. He also recorded several comedy albums in the early 80s before he made the jump to feature films. He was in some of the best comedies of the 80s & 90s including Trading Places, The Nutty Professor, and my personal fave Coming to America. Eddie Murphy credited Richard Pryor as one of his inspirations in becoming a comic. Pryor started his career doing much more tame versions of the stand up that he became known for. His 3rd comedy album 1974's, That N****r's Crazy won the Grammy for best comedic recording. Richard co-wrote the film Blazing Saddles with Mel Brooks, starred in a number of films including Car Wash, Brewster's Millions, The Toy, and even had his own show The Richard Pryor Show which was canceled after only 4 episodes.



    Ellen Degeneres has turned her stand up comedy career into a entertainment juggernaut. She had a wildly successful sitcom Ellen in the mid 90s and has hosted her own talk show The Ellen Degeneres Show (which has won 36 daytime Emmys) since 2003. She is also partly responsible for Justin Bieber's massive career and hands out thousands of dollars to fans/people in need. Ellen also came out as a lesbian on The Oprah Winfrey Show during the height of her fame. Oprah started from humble beginnings and suffered several career setbacks before finally getting national syndication of her name sake talk show. Winfrey co-founded the Oxygen network and Harpo productions. She is considered by some to be the "most influential woman in the world" and the "Queen of Media". Lucille Ball paved the way for both Ellen & Oprah as she was the first woman to be the head of her own production company, Desilu. I Love Lucy was a huge ratings hit, helped pioneer filming methods that are still in use today, and created uproar when Desi and Lucy decided to write her pregnancy into the show.



    The Patriots are no stranger to cheating accusations. Tom Brady has been suspended for 4 games at the start of the 2016 NFL season and recently lost a bid in the Supreme Court (LOL why tho?) to have his suspension overturned. The NFL alleges that Brady had knowledge of the under inflated footballs, & then got rid of the evidence by destroying his old cellphone. When the league began it's investigation into the use of under inflated footballs during the Patriots and Colts AFC championship game, the general public was instantly reminded of "Spygate" in 2007 when security officials caught the a Patriot's assistant videotaping the Jets sideline and their defensive signals. When shady athletes aren't tampering with equipment to get the edge on the competition, they are most likely taking performance enhancing drugs. The MLB was rocked by a huge steroid scandal in the mid 00s after the release of Jose Conseco's book Juiced. Many baseball players including Mark Mcgwire, Sammy Sosa, and Alex Rodriguez were summoned to testify in front of congress. Even after that mess, players were still being caught using HGH and many stars records were being challenged. Perhaps the 1st big sports scandal of the 20th century was the 1919 World Series where several Chicago White Sox players were accused of conspiring with gamblers to fix games by intentionally losing for money. They were dubbed the "Chicago Black Sox" and were banned from the MLB for life.



    Most celebrities are very liberal on social issues, but very few are outspoken and use their fame/platform as a means to further educate the public on important subjects. Jesse Williams has become a master at conveying his sentiments via social media. He consistently provides commentary on world events, but is most passionate about race/racism in the United States, specifically in regard to the Black Lives Matter movement and police brutality. Jesse recently received the BET Humanitarian Award in which he gave an excellent acceptance speech touching on social injustice that black people face in the US and is a member of The Advancement Project (a civil rights advocacy group). Bono of the group U2 is best known for is humanitarian work in raising awareness of the plight in Africa and debt relief in Third world nations. He was involved in Bob Geldoff's Band Aid and Live Aid. His efforts have been met with criticism (tax evasion, not doing enough business with local entrepreneurs thus causing Africa to rely on foreign handouts, etc), but he continues his work today. Orson Welles was a big activist in his day starting early in his career. Welles considered himself to be progressive and campaigned heavily for FDR during the 1944 election, spoke out against racism and segregation, and was labeled a communist during the red scare in Hollywood.



    I'll admit, I'm not a musical theater person. However, I cannot deny the cultural impact that Hamilton has had. The musical's author, Lin-Manuel Miranda, came up with the idea after reading the 2004 biography Alexander Hamilton. Hamilton is unique in that it is a period piece whose narrative is told through rap and most of the actors cast are minorities playing historic white people. It was nominated for 16 Tony awards(winning 11), won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and the 2016 Grammy award for Best Musical Theater album. Tickets are nearly impossible to get and have fans camping outside just to get a chance to see the production. In the 90s, Rent was a massively popular show that tackled the tough subject of HIV/AIDS. Loosely based on the opera, La Bohème, it has grossed over 280 million and is the 11th longest running production in Broadway History. Rent was turned into a feature film in 2005 and its fans are known as "RENT-heads". My Fair Lady was a huge success when it premiered in 1956. The original cast recording was the #1 album in the country and Rex Harrison starred in the original Broadway & London shows, as well as the feature film. My Fair Lady was dubbed the "perfect musical" and has been subject to 5 separate revivals.



    Men & women in Hollywood have always played the field. They are often known for their roles as well as their dating life. None do it better than Leonardo Dicaprio. The Victoria Secret Fashion Show roster is basically a list of his exes. He dates them for a couple of months then replaces them with a younger, shinier version and he somehow keeps getting attached to Rihanna. I have yet to hear any negative stories regarding his relationships with these women. He doesn't seem to cheat on any of them, but cuts things off amicably and moves on. In the 90s and 00s, Charlie Sheen had a number of high profile relationships with mainstream (Kelly Preston, Denise Richards) and adult actresses (Heather Hays, Ginger Lynn) . He was also outed as a client of Heidi Fleiss's escort service. Sheen's hard partying and reckless lifestyle soon caught up to him and in 2015 he admitted that he had been diagnosed with HIV roughly 4 years earlier. In the 40s, swashbuckling star Errol Flynn was known for his womanizing and hard drinking. The term "in like Flynn" reportedly was coined to describe the ease at which he seduced many female stars in the industry. His lifestyle soon caught up to him as well and he was accused (and later acquitted) of statutory rape by 2 underage girls in 1942.



    Everyone remembers where they were when they found out that Heath Ledger had died. It was such a huge shock to his fans and the general public. The biggest movie of his career was about to be released and he had his whole life ahead of him. Unfortunately, he accidentally overdosed on cocktail of prescription drugs. It was especially grim in that paparazzi were waiting outside of his home in NYC and feverishly snapped pictures of his body being wheeled into a nearby van. His untimely passing reminded me of another young Hollywood upstart, River Phoenix, and his accidental overdose death. Similar to Heath, River was an actor on the rise only to have his career/life cut short by drugs. It was especially tragic in that his younger brother Joaquin was there with him when he collapsed and died outside of The Viper Room. James Dean may have not overdosed, but his death was just as sudden and unexpected. Dean was an instant star when he burst onto the scene in the early 50s with his roles in "Giant" and "Rebel without a Cause". He was only 24 years old when he was involved in a fatal car crash on a highway in California.



    There is nothing wrong with naturally full eyebrows, but I cannot for the life of me figure out why some people insist on the overdone eyebrow look. While not as extreme as the example above, many people have taken to penciling in their eyebrows to the point that they are almost too close (unibrow) or too perfect (too angular, like rectangles above their eyes). Disney star Zendaya is a very beautiful girl, but often falls victim to the overdone brow. Too much of a good thing could also be seen with "Tarantula Eyes". Heavy mascara application can make the lashes clump together and give the illusion of very few thick lashes. This was all the rage in the 60s with Twiggy. Girls were putting on multiple layers of eye makeup and even faking the look by drawing lines on the skin of their bottom eyelid. Perhaps the weirdest trend to me was the "Cupid's Bow". Many young girls and women were applying their lipstick(with the help of metal lip tracers) to obtain the look of a perfect tiny pucker. It's amazing that 100 years ago we were trying to reduce the size of our lips, but now it is commonplace to overdraw or inject your lips with filler to achieve a fuller look.



    Baby names can lead to a contentious debate. Celebrities often march to the beat of their own drum and come up with names like "Apple"&"Pilot Inspektor". Us common folk can get a little crazy by naming children after our favorite movie and TV characters like "Khaleesi" or come up with ridiculous ways to spell more common names...to the point that they cannot be pronounced properly. However, regular folks *normally* follow more general baby name trends. More recently, I've noticed an uptick in babies that have names like "Cora", "Maude", "Everett", &"Thaddeus". They are very old-fashioned, but still have that uniqueness that a lot of millennial parents are looking for. Before we made the return to classic names, parents were obsessed with naming their children super cutesy names such as "Jayden", "McKenzie", "Ryleigh", "Finley". These names typically have a bunch of Y's and E's added in. Sure these names are great for tiny babies, but they may sound a little weird when they grow up and get old. Imagine Grandma Tynslee for a moment. The Bible was a great inspiration for new parents and still is. "Matthew""Isaac""Mary""Jesus""Jacob""Sarah", all of these names have and will always be popular.



    My fav part about Kingsman:The Secret Service was Giselle, the henchman with the blades for legs. I thought Sofia Boutella did an outstanding job with all of her stunts and straddling the line between being likable, but evil all at the same time. She has since won roles in Star Trek Beyond& the new Mummy reboot. She plays the action character so effortlessly, which reminded me of Angelina Jolie in the mid 00s. Originally known for her more serious roles, Jolie cemented her status as action star when she signed on for the Tomb Raider films. However, I really thought she shined as Jane Smith in Mr. & Mrs. Smith. Angelina is very good at switching gears between roles which makes her extremely versatile IMO. None of this would have been possible without the lovely Ms. Pam Grier. In the 70s, she starred in a number of blaxploitation films such as Foxy Brown and Coffy where she was kicking ass and taking names. More recently, she has taken to playing detectives and cops in films like Jawbreaker, but she paid homage to her past with the Quentin Tarantino film Jackie Brown.


    Are you excited for the next crop of pop culture icons?

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  • 07/24/16--22:31: Jai Courtney Post
  • A Conversation with Jai Courtney


    On his diet and exercise regimen for Captain Boomerang:

    "It's the first time I've been asked to get bigger than normal, which is fun for me because I'm a big guy naturally. It's normally a struggle. I'm always trying to drop weight and trying to stay lean, but I finally got to eat and lift weights, which is great! I did a lot of Olympic lifting and heavy circuit work, I was on a crazy nutritional regimen that included a lot of flesh, a lot of protein. It was one of those things that was exhausting at first, for example, getting up and eating oatmeal, chicken breasts, and six eggs the very first thing in the morning.It was cool to experiment with that and go to that end of the spectrum. I got big. I think I got up to around 230 pounds"

    His hobbies:

    I've been into motorcycle riding for a few years now, and I have some old bikes that have been done up and customized, which I'm into, the bikes are a big thing of late. I've always played a bit of music, not seriously on the level of creating original stuff, but I never have a guitar too far away. It's just been part of my life for a long, long time.

    Jai Courtney on the start of his career in LA :

    I started going back and forth for a couple years. And I was jobless. There were a lot of nos, and I'd go in and out every three months [which is what immigration allowed], audition a bit, and go back home again. I like it out here. [For me], it was a different place when it wasn't home and I was going back and forth; it was a tough place to get to know -especially when those trips are built around your dreams and aspirations, and you're not necessarily able to achieve them as easily as you hoped. Obviously, there's an emotional [price] that comes with each of those trips and having to go home empty-handed.

    Mods, the interview is quite long but i'm taking only a few (3) quotes.

    SOURCE: GETTY IMAGES - HauteLiving.com - The Nerd Machine YT

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    - Unable to reclaim Genesis any other way, DeBlanc and Fiore visit Hell to ask the Saint of Killers for help dealing with Jesse.

    Oddly, they haven't uploaded the season finale trailer and sneak peek yet, so will add that when they do =) Here is the synopsis for the finale :

    Jesse hopes to follow through on his promise to obtain answers from heaven; the entire town waits with bated breath.

    And here is a link to the post with the SDCC trailer for the last two episodes!

    SDCC PANEL HIGHLIGHTS (apologies to those who might not be able to see these outside the US, could not find alternate links yet):

    - Joseph Gilgun (Cassidy) talks about getting into acting. Also possibly offends minors.
    - Ruth looking cute as hell during the entire thing

    - Ian Colletti talks about discovering the Arseface character and sending in his audition tape. Seth Rogen tells the story of wanting to audition for the role 8 years prior.

    - Creator Garth Ennis discusses the changes that were made when adapting his comic for the screen.

    - Seth Rogen hopes that finally making Preacher will help more outlandish ideas make it into the mainstream. (Y : The Last Man when?!)
    Grab your sunscreen, your umbrella, and your best pair of shades, it's the season finale next week! Are you ready? Also DAMN, Emily...didn't know you had it in you. And wow, looks like they're really going to go for it regarding Fiore and Deblanc. I LOVE IT ♥

    SOURCE 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

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  • 07/24/16--22:32: Kardashians Take Kuba Promo

  • Source

    Hopefully this post isn't as messy as the other kardashians cuba post...

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    Image by Pokemon Go Twitter

    Interesting news so far:

    • They're prioritizing the fix of the three-step glitch.

    • Customization of PokéStops for operation among friends and teammates.

    • The addition of new, rare types of Pokémon that have thus far been absent from the game.

    • The option to trade Pokémon.

    Sources: #1, #2


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    -Cheap Thrills was originally intended for Rihanna but she rejected it.
    -Messiah Carey's 16-week record is safe... for now. Drake has not released a music video for "One Dance"
    -"This is What You Came For" rises to #3

    - Adelegend is holding steady @ #10 w/ "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)"


    mods.. this wasn't posted...

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      - Ari deleted all pix/ mentions of Ricky from her Insta
      - She also made some tweets about how "change is fantastic", "feelin free" etc, some of which she has since deleted

      - Ariana fans always hated him anyway/ are celebrating:

    Image and video hosting by TinyPic
    Is your ex dead to you after you break up, ONTD?


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    • The 10-episode drama is based on the book of the same name by Margaret Atwood.

    • The drama stars Elisabeth Moss as Offred and Samira will play Offred's best friend from college, her fellow handmaid-in-training at the Red Center, and a connection to life before Gilead.

    • Atwood is on board as a consulting producer on the property.

    • The Hulu drama will premiere in 2017.


    How's your reading challenge going, ONTD?

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    • When Nick was in a relationship Demi told to get out of it.

    • She told him that he could be f****** anybody that he wanted right now, so that should have fun and do that.

    • When Nick did break up with her and told Demi she said that she honestly didn't like her anyway.

    • It wasn't because she was mean, but simply because he has a great sense of humor and was with someone who didn't seem to make him laugh.

    • She could tell something was off because he closed off.

    • More at the source.

    uF9MjJo3QIaijySXC4iL_Confused Christian Bale


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    - The pair have been spotted a few times out and about in Miami.
    - He's 45 and the founder and CEO of Tesla and SpaceX.
    - Worth $12.7 billion.

    Update: A source says they're just friends.

    SourceSource 2

    ONTD, is it true love?

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    Earlier today, P*r*z made some cryptic tweets:

    Then immediately named Demi as the person he was talking about:

    He called out her hypocrisy:

    Although possibly unrelated, Demi tweeted this when Perez first started calling her out:

    She later tweeted him:

    To which he replied:

    P*r*z’s Twitter
    Demi’s Twitter

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    Despite weeks of tweeting links to buy tickets, releasing tickets to Groupon and being offered as part of the Ticketmaster settlement, it appears the US leg of 5th Harmony's 7/27 tour is still tragically undersold, with sections at some locations completely available. No word yet on whether or not the tragically low sales for concerts only a couple weeks away will lead to a cancellation or not.

    source + receipts from ticketmaster

    who cares if the source is a trail mix stan tbh y'all can go to the source and see the tragedy for yourselves!

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    First spotting since the news about her miscarriage broke.


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    ONTD is/has an ex ever used your child/children to get back at you?  Has and ex ever refused to pay child support?

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