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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    Today's hosts: Joy Behar, Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin, Jedediah Bila

    Today's HOT topics:
    AG Sessions not disclosing his Russia meeting during his confirmation.
    Are the media being too nice to 45 about his #JointAddress at the Capitol?
    Where Will Investigations Into Yemen raid, Russian Ties Lead?
    Sir Patrick Stewart talks about becoming a US Citizen.

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    - Riz Ahmed led Channel 4's Annual Diversity Lecture in Parliament
    - Says the country has failed to recognize LGBT, disabled, and other minorities and calls on government boost diversity in the workplace
    - Thinks the term "diversity" sounds like a luxury, but wants people to recognize it's a necessity
    - Relates it back to media, where representation makes people feel like they matter

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    Avan Jogia makes a cameo. lmao at them being Qawwali singers.


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    The Lost actor will be playing Karnak, whose power is the ability to see the fault in everything. He's also Black Bolt's cousin and advisor.


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    Game of Thrones alum Alexander Siddig has been cast to play the head of the League of Shadows on Fox’s Dark Knight backstory series.

    Ra’s Al Ghul appeared on Arrow a few seasons back.


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    Green Light is officially out in the world, and i am so pleased to share with you that this song is the first from my sophomore record, Melodrama. this is the cover, painted by sam mckinniss. welcome to the new world.-Lorde


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  • 03/02/17--12:26: Who went home on ANTM? 23x13

  • For the challenge, they had to act as a Rimmel London brand ambassador. They had to do each other's makeup in pairs: Courtney/Tatiana and CoryAnne/India. Each girl had to do a specific look, "sell" the products and talk about how they make the look happen, and show personality while doing so. The girls were assigned as follows:

    Courtney - classy, sophisticated
    Tatiana - bold, punk, chic
    CoryAnne - edgy, cool, street style
    India - elegant, glamorous

    The winner of the challenge was CoryAnne and she picked India to share her surprise for winning. Their prize was their moms coming to visit!

    For the shoot, they shot a commercial for Rimmel London's eyeliner and mascara. They had to shoot up-close application shots and shots of them dancing in the rain, as well as delivering the tagline "get the London look." Rita and her sister, Elena, came to set to talk to the girls about Rimmel and being a brand ambassador. (sidenote: they look nothing alike, but they sound EXACTLY the same, it's so weird)

    As usual, Courtney had something to complain about during the shoot, talking about her RBF (resting bitch face) like it's a disability holding her back: "thousands of girls have to suffer through RBF, so have some sympathy! I have to work so much harder than the other girls!!"





    Episode link, screenshots by me

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    Part One // Part Two // Part Three // Part Four // Part Five // Part Six // Part Seven

    • Tennessee authorities have decided to not press charges against Lisa Marie Presley's ex Michael Lockwood, for allegedly questionable material involving children on Lockwood's computer. Lockwood's attorney claims Lisa Marie has misinterpreted the material.

    • Authorities state that all they can determine is that a crime did not occur in Tennessee, but they never opened a formal investigation. The case in Los Angeles, where the raid of 80 of Lockwood's devices took place, is still ongoing.

    • Lisa Marie's mother Priscilla says Lisa Marie's daughters have been with her for about nine months, and are doing great. They see both parents, although the official reason why the children were removed from Lisa Marie's care remains unclear.

    • Lisa Marie and Lockwood are due in court March 17th, where Lockwood will continue to fight for Lisa Marie's money. He recently gained a victory with a judge ruling Lisa Marie had to pay his legal fees. Lisa Marie's lawyers told Lockwood in court to get a damn job.


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    Orisa is a new hero created by genius Efi Oladele after an attack in the Numbani airport caused by Doomfist (you can find out more in the previous overwatch post). She is inexperience but with Efi's guidance she is well on her way to become Numbani's newest hero. In the game Orisa is a tank that has the ability to deploy shields and her ultimate is an attack booster for all allies within line of sight.

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    Love her already, she reminds me of Baymax❤️
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    She is set to play Kate Stewart, a mother of two separated from her husband (Stephen Moyer) who discovers she's stronger than she thought upon discovering her children are mutants. Emma Dumont and Percy Hynes White have also joined the cast.


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    Mitja Okorn will direct, Jeffrey Addiss and Will Matthews wrote the screenplay.
    It follows a 17-year-old boy who learns his girlfriend is dying and plans to give her their entire life together in the year she has left.


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    ''We're back in buzzness. Grace and Frankie returns March 24 on Netflix.

    From the co-creator of Friends, Netflix Original Series Grace and Frankie stars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin as two women who form an unlikely bond after their husbands reveal they are gay and leave them for each other.''


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    After Angela Cheng and her little helpers sent out rumors that Gaga was one of the last choices for Coachella behind Adele, Nine Inch Nails, Rihanna and Justin Timberlane, Billboard posted an article on how Gaga was chosen for the spot.

    AEG needed Beyoncé to be replaced by a female singer, says Billboard. After considering both Adele and Gaga, Coachella founder Paul Tollett rang up Creative Artists Agency and booked Gaga, the obvious and only choice.


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    - Emma's recent Vanity Fair shoot caused a twitter backlash

    - People were not happy that Emma chose to bare her chest in a Burberry crochet top that only covers her nipples

    - Julia Hartley-Brewer, an English broadcaster most of the world has never heard of, shared said photo (her scan was titled as Beauty & the breasts) with a caption that implies that Emma/her feminism isn't taken seriously because she's showing her tits

    - Article also mentions how Emma carved a secondary career for herself as a leading voice in the Women's Rights movement


    ONTD, in what instances do you feel like a hypocrite?

    I'll go first: I consider myself an animal lover yet I still eat meat :( Your turn.

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    March is Women's History Month, a great time to learn more about interesting and extraordinary women throughout history, the everyday lives of women in different eras and countries, the obstacles and prejudices that women have faced (and still do), the fight for gender equality, and more. Here are 10 book recs to get you started!

    The Woman Who Would Be King: Hatshepsut's Rise to Power in Ancient Egypt (Kara Cooney) - An engrossing biography of the longest-reigning female pharaoh in Ancient Egypt and the story of her audacious rise to power in a man’s world. Hatshepsut had successfully negotiated a path from the royal nursery to the very pinnacle of authority, and her reign saw one of Ancient Egypt’s most prolific building periods. Scholars have long speculated as to why her images were destroyed within a few decades of her death, all but erasing evidence of her rule. Constructing a rich narrative history using the artifacts that remain, noted Egyptologist Kara Cooney offers a remarkable interpretation of how Hatshepsut rapidly but methodically consolidated power—and why she fell from public favor just as quickly.

    A History of the Wife (Marilyn Yalom)- How did marriage, considered a religious duty in medieval Europe, become a venue for personal fulfillment in contemporary America? How did the notion of romantic love, a novelty in the Middle Ages, become a prerequisite for marriage today? And, if the original purpose of marriage was procreation, what exactly is the purpose of marriage for women now? Combining "a scholar's rigor and a storyteller's craft" (San Jose Mercury News), cultural historian Marilyn Yalom charts the evolution of marriage in the Western world through the centuries and shows how radically our ideas about marriage have changed.

    Headstrong: 52 Women Who Changed Science - and the World (Rachel Swaby) - Covering Nobel Prize winners and major innovators, as well as lesser-known but hugely significant scientists who influence our every day, Rachel Swaby’s vibrant profiles span centuries of courageous thinkers and illustrate how each one’s ideas developed, from their first moment of scientific engagement through the research and discovery for which they’re best known.

    The Unwomanly Face of War (Svetlana Alexievich) - More than 500,000 Soviet women participated on a par with men in the Second World War. Women not only rescued and bandaged the wounded but also fires a sniper's rifle, blew up bridges, went reconnoitering and killed... They killed the enemy who, with unprecedented cruelty, had attacked their land, their homes and their children. Svetlana Alexievich spent four years working on the book, visiting over 100 cities and towns, settlements and villages and recording the stories and reminiscences of women war veterans. Through their testimony the past makes an impassioned appeal to the present, denouncing yesterday's and today's fascism.

    A Brief History of Misogyny: The World's Oldest Prejudice (Jack Holland) - An eye-opening journey through centuries, continents and civilizations as it looks at both historical and contemporary attitudes to women. Extensively researched, highly readable and provocative, this book chronicles an ancient, pervasive and enduring injustice.

    No Turning Back: The History of Feminism and the Future of Women (Estelle B. Freedman)- Freedman examines the historical forces that have fueled the feminist movement over the past two hundred years–and explores how women today are looking to feminism for new approaches to issues of work, family, sexuality, and creativity. Drawing examples from a variety of countries and cultures, from the past and the present, this inspiring narrative will be required reading for anyone who wishes to understand the role women play in the world.

    Sophia: Princess, Suffragette, Revolutionary (Anita Anand)- Daughter of Maharajah Duleep Singh and god-daughter of Queen Victoria, Sophia was raised in England in genteel aristocratic fashion. But when, in secret defiance of the British government, she travelled to India, she returned a revolutionary. Her causes were the struggle for Indian Independence, the fate of the lascars, the welfare of Indian soldiers in the First World War – and, above all, the fight for female suffrage. She was bold and fearless, attacking politicians, putting herself in the front line and swapping her silks for a nurse's uniform to tend wounded soldiers evacuated from the battlefields. Meticulously researched and passionately written, this enthralling story of the rise of women and the fall of empire introduces an extraordinary individual and her part in the defining moments of recent British and Indian history.

    Freedom's Daughters: The Unsung Heroines of the Civil Rights Movement from 1830 to 1970 (Lynne Olson) - From the Montgomery bus boycott to the lunch counter sit-ins to the Freedom Rides, Lynne Olson skillfully tells the long-overlooked story of the extraordinary women who were among the most fearless, resourceful, and tenacious leaders of the civil rights movement. Freedom's Daughters includes portraits of more than sixty women -- many until now forgotten and some never before written about -- from the key figures (Ida B. Wells, Eleanor Roosevelt, Ella Baker, and Septima Clark, among others) to some of the smaller players who represent the hundreds of women who each came forth to do her own small part and who together ultimately formed the mass movements that made the difference.

    50 Women Artists You Should Know (Christiane Weidemann, Melanie Klier) - This beautifully produced, richly detailed and comprehensive survey of fifty influential women artists from the Renaissance to the Post-Modern era details their vast contributions to the art world. From the Early Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi to modern icons such as Frida Kahlo, the most important female artists are profiled in this book in chronologically arranged double-page spreads. For each artist there is a timeline highlighting significant events in her life; a succinct biography and information outlining her accomplishments and influence; additional resources to further study of the artist and brilliant full-color reproductions of the artist's works.

    Vintage Black Glamour (Nichelle Gainer) - The book presents historic photographs of famous actors, dancers, writers and entertainers who worked in the 20th-century entertainment business, but who rarely appeared in the same publications as their white counterparts. With its stunning photographs and insightful biographies, this book is a hugely important addition to Black history archives. Alongside profiles and photographs of world-renowned Black stars such as Josephine Baker, Dorothy Dandridge and Diana Ross are biographies and images of less-known but hugely influential artists including opera singer Margaret Tynes, Cotton Club star Margot Webb, pioneering model Ophelia De Vore and many, many more. Their stories – usually ignored in mainstream histories of their profession – are revealed in this groundbreaking book.

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    ONTD, what books would you rec for women's history month?

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    - Savannah (19) and her family have a reality show called Chrisley Knows Best.

    - Savannah says she's only only known him for a few weeks but thought their relationship was going places because because he refused to let her pay when they went out to dinner.

    - Last week, she confirmed their relationship and then denied it a few hours later.

    - A few days later, Bella Thorne (19) was at an NBA game and posted a bunch of pictures of her looking a mess with his jersey number painted on her face.

    - Savannah tweeted, “Nanny always said: ‘If you lie down with dogs, you’ll get up with fleas.’ #ruffruff” and “Girls want attention. Women want RESPECT,” followed by, “Today … I choose to be a woman. Don’t be THAT girl.”

    - Bella liked a tweet that said “@bellathorne @_ItsSavannah instead of shading you why can’t she just @ you? so pathetic lol.”

    - Chandler (28) previously dated Toni Garrn, Kendall Jenner, Hailey Baldwin (allegedly) and a series of Instathots.


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    Sources: @LateNight. YouTube.

    Kween of Media/Kween of the World

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    Studio DEEN's Jigoku Shoujo, also known as Hell Girl, will get a new season. It will be premiered in July (aka summer season) on MBS, Tokyo MX, Gunma TV, Tochigi TV, and BS11.

    It will be name Jigoku Shoujo Yoi no togi and it will have six new episodes and six "reminiscence" episodes. The first teaser PV has been released officially on Friday. You can see it here.

    Info we have so far:
    - Most of the VAs remain unchanged:
    Mamiko Noto as Ai Enma
    Takayuki Sugo as Wanyuudou
    Takako Honda as Hone-Onna
    Masaya Matsukaze as Ren Ichimoku
    Hekiru Shiina as Yamawaro
    Kanako Sakai as Kikuri
    Misaki Watada as Michiru

    Some returnees in the production team:
    Hiroshi Watanabe doing original concept
    Takahiro Omori directing
    Mariko Oka doing character designs
    Kenichi Kanemaki doing series composition
    Yasuharu Takanashi doing music

    The series is about several cases of people accessing an website called Hell Correspondence (fun fact: there is an active site), in which you can request the elimination of a person, no matter what reason. Then, people who request it will receive a doll with a red string that, once it's pulled, will send the tormentor to hell. BUT the person who pulled the string will be also going to hell when they die.

    The first season premiered in 2005, with 26 episodes. The second season, Jigoku Shoujo Futakomori, from 2006, has also 26 episodes. The 26-episode third season, Jigoku Shoujo Mitsuganae, premiered in 2008.

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    Did you ever used the site, ONTD? If so, why?

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    Diego Nava and Emilia Urquiza Mexico's presidential couple had many plans, but social and political pressure makes Diego compromise his ideals. Emilia a strong woman with convictions losses faith in her husband and leaves him, not knowing how much the future of Mexico will change after.

    Season 1 comes to Netflix March 24rd.


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