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    YouTube's annual year-in-review video has been posted.


    what were YOUR fave videos of 2018, ontd?

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    Every year, Spotify gives its listeners a summary of what they've been listening to for the past year. The above example from The Good Place might not be 100% real, but on Twitter, you can find people's lists at #wrapped2018. Artists get their own versions as well:

    Check out your own wrapped info here.

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    Share your wrapped summaries and playlists, ONTD!

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    After news came out this week that Nicki Minaj's new mystery man, Kenneth Petty, is a registered sex offender who was convicted of rape in 1995, Minaj finally broke her silence in a series of tweets, accusing people on social media of acting like they've never sinned, and that she wants to delete her account.

    She ended her rant by saying she loves making people mad, and then posted a link to her new album Queen.

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    Entertainment Weekly created a list of their ten favorite stage productions of the year, including both plays and musicals. Here are four of their ten selections - check out the rest at the source.

    7. The Waverly Gallery

    The Waverly Gallery has Elaine May making a return to Broadway after a 50 year absence, and newly minted Golden Globe nominee Lucas Hedges making his Broadway debut. This is also director Lila Neugebauer's first time on Broadway, having recently directed Lincoln Center's excellent production of The Wolves.

    5. My Fair Lady

    2018 has been a great year for plays, and so Lincoln Center's revival of My Fair Lady is the highest ranking musical on the list at #5. Originally, the show starred Six Feet Under's Lauren Ambrose in the iconic role of Eliza Doolittle, but currently you can find theater veteran Laura Benanti getting a posh makeover.

    2. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

    The Wizarding World may not be setting the box office on fire the way it once did, but Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has already made more money than any other non-musical production on Broadway, and audiences are continuing to attend in record numbers.

    1. Angels in America

    The National Theatre's revival of the 90's epic Angels in America transferred to Broadway in the spring and ran through July, and it was incredible. Andrew Garfield and Nathan Lane led a stellar cast in this two part, seven plus hour production, and each won a Tony Award for their efforts.

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    What was your favorite stage show of the year, ONTD? I share their choice for #1, just thinking about the end of Part 1 gives me goosebumps. #releasethetape

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    There may not be any big studio releases this week, but there are several award-contending hopefuls coming to theaters, all with decidedly different vibes. Want a period piece? Go for Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie’s Mary, Queen of Scots. In the mood for a drug drama? Check out the Julia Roberts starring Ben is Back. If you want something a little different, watch Natalie Portman transform into a pop star in Vox Lux. If none of these films are opening near you, The Favourite is continuing a slow rollout, while The Wife is being re-released to give Glenn Close some renewed best actress buzz.

    The films listed are from studios other than the “Big Six” - Paramount, Warner Brothers, 20th Century Fox, Universal, Columbia and Disney. Note that some of the movies listed are in their first week or two of limited release in the USA, so it may take them a few more weeks (or months) to show up in your local arthouse theater or on VOD. Check out the posts from the past few weeks for more movies that may have just opened near you: November 30th, November 21st, and November 16th.

    Mary, Queen of Scots

    Stars: Saoirse Ronan, Margot Robbie, David Tennant, Gemma Chan
    Writer: Beau Willimon, based on the book by John Guy
    Director: Josie Rourke
    Genre: Biography, Drama, History
    Plot: Queen of France at 16 and widowed at 18, Mary Stuart defies pressure to remarry. Instead, she returns to her native Scotland to reclaim her rightful throne. But Scotland and England fall under the rule of the compelling Elizabeth I. Each young Queen beholds her sister in fear and fascination. Rivals in power and in love, and female regents in a masculine world, the two must decide how to play the game of marriage versus independence.
    What you should know: They filmed on location throughout Scotland and England.
    Opens in: NY & LA, expands everywhere by December 21st

    Vox Lux

    Stars: Natalie Portman, Jude Law, Raffey Cassidy, Jennifer Ehle
    Written and directed by: Brady Corbet
    Genre: Drama, Music
    Plot: An unusual set of circumstances brings unexpected success to a pop star.
    What you should know: No spoilers, but the first ten minutes or so are intense. So be prepared for that.
    Opens in: NY, LA & SF, everywhere December 14th.

    The Party’s Just Beginning

    Stars: Karen Gillan, Lee Pace, Paul Higgins, Matthew Beard
    Written and directed by: Karen Gillan
    Genre: Comedy, Drama
    Plot: When her best friend takes his own life, Liusaidh has to deal with stresses of such a situation.
    What you should know: The film had its US premiere at Tribeca Film Festival, receiving overall positive reviews.
    Opens in: Select cities

    Ben is Back

    Stars: Julia Roberts, Lucas Hedges, Courtney B. Vance, Kathryn Newton
    Written and directed by: Peter Hedges
    Genre: Drama
    Plot: A drug addicted teenage boy shows up unexpectedly at his family's home on Christmas Eve.
    What you should know: This is Lucas and Kathryn’s third movie together, having previously starred in 2017’s Three Billboards and Lady Bird.
    Opens in: NY & LA

    Back Roads

    Stars: Alex Pettyfer, Juliette Lewis, Jennifer Morrison, Robert Patrick
    Writer: Tawni O’Dell, Adrian Lyne
    Director: Alex Pettyfer
    Genre: Drama, Thriller
    Plot: A young man's life spirals out of control when he has a dangerous affair with an older married woman in rural Pennsylvania.
    What you should know: Based on the novel by Tawni O’Dell, this is Alex Pettyfer’s directorial debut.
    Opens in: Select cities, and available on demand

    Drug$: The Price We Pay

    Director: Jonathan Marshall Thompson
    Genre: Documentary
    Storyline: A story that unpacks the mystery of modern medicine's skyrocketing price tag and how it affects the people struggling to stay alive.
    What you should know: The documentary is narrated by J.K. Simmons.
    Opens in: New York; on Amazon and digital December 15th

    Swimming With Men

    Stars: Rupert Graves, Rob Brydon, Thomas Turgoose, Adeel Akhtar
    Writer: Aschlin Ditta
    Director: Oliver Parker
    Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
    Plot: A man who is suffering a mid-life crisis finds new meaning in his life as part of an all-male, middle-aged, amateur synchronised swimming team.
    What you should know: It’s based on a true story.
    Opens in: Select cities

    Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes

    Director: Alexis Bloom
    Genre: Documentary
    Plot: A documentary that explores the rise and fall of the late Roger Ailes from his early media influence on the Nixon presidency to his controversial leadership at Fox News.
    What you should know: Another good documentary about Fox News is 2004’s Outfoxed.
    Opens in: Select cities, and available on demand.

    Clara’s Ghost

    Stars: Paula Niedert Elliott, Chris Elliott, Abby Elliott, Bridey Elliott
    Written and directed by: Bridey Elliott
    Genre: Comedy, Drama
    Plot: Clara Reynolds who, fed up with constant ribbing from her self-absorbed showbiz family, finds solace in and guidance from the supernatural force she believes is haunting her.
    What you should know: The film premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
    Opens in: Select cities, and available on demand.

    Bernie the Dolphin

    Stars: Lola Sultan, Logan Allen, Kevin Sorbo, Stelio Savante
    Writer: Terri Emerson, Marty Poole
    Director: Kirk Harris
    Genre: Action, Comedy, Family
    Plot: A brother and sister befriend a badly sunburned dolphin that has been separated from its family, uncovering a secret plan that could destroy the beach and their new friend's home.
    What you should know: Looking at his IMDB credits, Kevin Sorbo works waaaaay more than you’d think/hope.
    Opens in: Select cities, and available on demand.

    Also opening: Nona (Trailer), Elephants (Trailer), Dumplin’ (Trailer), Amazing Grace (Trailer), Asher (Trailer), The Charmer (Trailer)

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    Comedian Hannah Gadsby spoke at the The Hollywood Reporter’s 2018 Women in Entertainment gala. She dragged late night hosts who have no authority monologuing about misogyny, talked about men who draw the lines of what makes a "good" or "bad" man & says it applies to white people, white women, straights, cis, able-bodied and neurotypical people as well.

    "All men believe they are good. We need to talk about this because guess what happens when only good men get to draw that line? This world — a world full of good men who do very bad things and still believe in their heart of hearts that they are good men because they have not crossed the line, because they move the line for their own good. Women should be in control of that line, no question"

    "Everybody believes they are fundamentally good, and we all need to believe we are fundamentally good because believing you are fundamentally good is part of the human condition. But if you have to believe someone else is bad in order to believe you are good, you are drawing a very dangerous line. In many ways, these lines in the sand we all draw are stories we tell to ourselves so we can still believe we are good people"

    I want to speak about the very big problem I have with the good men, especially the good men who take it upon themselves to talk about the bad men. I find good men talking about bad men incredibly irritating, and this is something the good men are doing a lot of at the moment. Not this moment, not this minute, because the good men don’t have to wake up early for their opportunity to monologue their hot take on misogyny. They get prime-time TV and the late shows.

    I’ll tell you what, I’m sick of turning my television on at the end of the day to find anywhere up to 12 Jimmys giving me their hot take. Don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing wrong with the Jimmys and the Davids and the other Jimmys — good guys, great guys. Some of my best friends are Jimmy. But the last thing I need right now in this moment in history is to have to listen to men monologue about misogyny and how other men should just stop being “creepy,” as if that’s the problem. “If only these bad men just knew how not to be creepy!” Is that the problem? Men are not creepy. Do you know what’s creepy? Spiders, because we don’t know how they move. Rejecting the humanity of a woman is not creepiness; it is misogyny. So why can’t men monologue about these issues? Well they can, and they do. My problem is that according to the Jimmys, there’s only two types of bad men. There’s the Weinstein/Bill Cosby types who are so utterly horrible that they might as well be different species to the Jimmys. And then there are the FOJs: the Friends of Jimmy. These are apparently good men who misread the rules — garden-variety consent dyslexics. They have the rule book, but they just skimmed it. “Oh, that a semicolon? My bad. I thought that meant anal.” Sorry to the vegans in the room.

    My issue is that when good men talk about bad men, they always ignore the line in the sand — the line in the sand that is inevitably drawn whenever a good man talks about bad men: “I am a good man. Here is the line. There are all the bad men.” The Jimmys and the good men won’t talk about this line, but we really need to talk about this line. Let’s call it Kevin. And let’s never call it that again. We need to talk about how men will draw a different line for every different occasion. They have a line for the locker room; a line for when their wives, mothers, daughters, and sisters are watching; another line for when they’re drunk and fratting; another line for nondisclosure; a line for friends; and a line for foes. You know why we need to talk about this line between good men and bad men? Because it’s only good men who get to draw that line. And guess what? All men believe they are good. We need to talk about this because guess what happens when only good men get to draw that line? This world — a world full of good men who do very bad things and still believe in their heart of hearts that they are good men because they have not crossed the line, because they move the line for their own good. Women should be in control of that line, no question.

    Now take everything I have said up until this point and replace “man” with “white person,” and know that if you are a white woman, you have no place drawing lines in the sand between good white people and bad white people. I encourage you to also take the time to replace “man” with “straight” or “cis” or “able-bodied” or “neurotypical,” etc, etc. Everybody believes they are fundamentally good, and we all need to believe we are fundamentally good because believing you are fundamentally good is part of the human condition. But if you have to believe someone else is bad in order to believe you are good, you are drawing a very dangerous line. In many ways, these lines in the sand we all draw are stories we tell to ourselves so we can still believe we are good people. 👈

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    After being announced as the next host of the Oscars, people, rightfully, brought up Hart's past statements, tweets, and abuse. He went on Instagram today to tell everyone to stop finding reasons to be negative and angry, he loves the man he is, and that he loves everybody. He's also, apparently, going back and deleting old tweets.

    Was this supposed to be an apology or some shit? LMAO. Fuck this shithead


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    The 1944 Christmas tune "Baby, It's Cold Outside" has been banned by radio stations cuz it's provocative lyrics are inappropriate in the wake of the #MeToo movement.

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    The duet features a man who goes to increasingly desperate lengths to keep his date from going home, plying her with drinks and warning of wintry weather as he pleads:

    "I simply must go (but baby it's cold outside) / The answer is no (but baby it's cold outside)"

    Are some of the racy lyrics that has made this holiday classic controversial. The song won an Oscar for the 1949 film Neptune’s Daughter.

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    Disclaimer: Due to the number of gifs in my post, anyone viewing this on a mobile device please be aware of the bandwidth usage and proceed with caution after the cut! Thanks.

    -Angelica Jade Bastién of Vulture conducted a list of 15 Essential Horror Films starring People of Color.
    -Here are some of the films on the list in the cut below.

    Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    "But a major part of the power of the film is Jones’s striking, empathetic performance, as he struggles to survive getting a grim ending that takes on a different tenor because of his blackness."

    Ganja and Hess (1973)

    "The film uses its genre premise to explore through a highly stylized, boldly indulgent lens black American identity, sexuality, and religion in a way that lingers long after you finish watching."

    Blade (1998)

    -Blade really help to put a map to the Marvel verse (MCU) as we know of now due to its watchability and distinct character. Remember that iconic opening scene in Blade (1998)?

    Train to Busan (2016)

    -The film is a breath of fresh air in the ubiquitous zombie genre with its visceral and emotional content.

    Bonus: At the film's press interview lol

    “Out of everyone’s outfit yours is the shortest."

    A Tale of Two Sisters (2003)

    -A Tale of Two Sisters beneath the horror surface is also about the dynamic between the two sisters.

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    - According to Indian gossip site Pinkvilla, this is the first time any Indian has been featured in the cover of Vogue US

    - Priyanka is wearing Tom Ford

    - On her Instagram, she changed her name to "Priyanka Chopra Jonas". It is not known whether she changed her name legally

    - It has been announced that there will be a wedding reception in Mumbai for her industry peers on the 20th December.




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    After Tumblr announced its upcoming ban on adult content, adult content creators went into a bit of a tailspin as they tried to figure out how to keep sharing porn on an internet already full of porn. But fear not! Pornhub has stepped in to not only welcome Tumblr's adult content creators "with open arms" but allow them to profit directly from their content, something Tumblr never offered. Previously, Tumblr users could only profit from their work if people chose to donate to the users separately (via PayPal, Patreon, Kofi, etc.), but Pornhub wants to change that:

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    The remake is set to cover the whole manga series. Fruits Basket creator Natsuki Takaya is reported to overlook the series.


    I've waited 17 years for this.

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    Are you ready for the end, ONTD?

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  • 12/06/18--20:20: Supernatural 14x09 promo

  • Sam and Dean enlist the help of their pal Garth (guest star DJ Qualls) to gain inside information on what Michael may be planning. The brothers split up to each go after weapons that can aid in their fight against the Archangel, but this may be a fight our heroes cannot win.


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    If you were like me, you saw the Playstation Classic and thought "Hm. Would be nice with some Crash Team Racing on here.", Activision has done us one better.

    Announced at the 2018 Game Awards, Crash Team Racing has a HD remake called Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled, and it's hitting all major consoles June 21st, 2019.

    The standard version is 40$, while a Nitrox Oxide edition features a lot more goodies.

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    CTR AND Animal Crossing in 2019? Improvement already.

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    During the Game Awards that are currently on going, Bioware finally teased the much anticipated game Dragon Age 4 with the hashtag #TheDreadWolfRises, not much more information is known at this time.

    I can't wait to beat up Solas.

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    The Writer's Guild joined the awards fray today, announcing nominations in TV, News, New Media, and Radio. The Film, Documentary, and Video Game nominees will join them next month before the awards ceremony on February 17.

    Most categories this year changed from a December-November eligibility period to a calendar year, while allowing those shows/programs that aired in November-December 2017 to be eligible, hence The Crown and Nathan for You being nominated without airing in 2018.

    Nominees are below:

    The Americans
    Better Call Saul
    The Crown
    The Handmaid’s Tale

    The Good Place
    The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

    The Haunting of Hill House

    Castle Rock
    My Dinner with Hervé

    The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
    The Looming Tower
    Sharp Objects

    After Forever
    Class of Lies
    Love Daily
    West 40s

    The Walking Dead: Red Machete

    “Bart’s Not Dead” (The Simpsons), Written by Stephanie Gillis; Fox
    “Boywatch” (Bob’s Burgers), Written by Rich Rinaldi; Fox
    “Just One of the Boyz 4 Now for Now” (Bob’s Burgers), Written by Lizzie Molyneux & Wendy Molyneux; Fox
    “Krusty the Clown” (The Simpsons), Written by Ryan Koh; Fox
    “Mo Mommy Mo Problems” (Bob’s Burgers), Written by Steven Davis; Fox
    “Send in Stewie, Please” (Family Guy), Written by Gary Janetti; Fox

    “Camelot” (Narcos: Mexico), Written by Eric Newman & Clayton Trussell
    “The Car” (This Is Us), Written by Isaac Aptaker & Elizabeth Berger
    “Episode 407” (The Affair), Teleplay by Lydia Diamond and Sarah Sutherland, Story by Jaquen Tee Castellanos and Sarah Sutherland
    “First Blood” (The Handmaid’s Tale), Written by Eric Tuchman
    “Paean To The People” (Homeland), Written by Alex Gansa
    “The Precious Blood of Jesus” (Ozark), Written by David Manson

    “Another Place” (Forever), Teleplay by Alan Yang and Matt Hubbard, Story by Aniz Adam Ansari
    “Chapter One: Make Your Mark” (Barry), Written by Alec Berg & Bill Hader
    “Halibut!” (Santa Clarita Diet), Written by Victor Fresco
    “Kimmy and the Beest!” (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt), Written by Robert Carlock
    “Pilot” (The Kids Are Alright), Written by Tim Doyle
    “Who Knows Better Than I” (Orange Is the New Black), Written by Jenji Kohan

    Full Frontal With Samantha Bee
    Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
    Late Night with Seth Meyers
    The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

    At Home with Amy Sedaris
    I Love You, America
    Nathan For You
    Saturday Night Live

    2018 Rose Parade Hosted by Cord & Tish
    Drew Michael Stand-Up Special
    The Fake News with Ted Nelms
    The Oscars 2018

    Hollywood Game Night
    Paid Off with Michael Torpey
    Who Wants To Be A Millionaire

    Days of Our Lives
    General Hospital

    “Carnivorous Carnival: Part One” (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Teleplay by Joe Tracz
    “The Ersatz Elevator: Part One” (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Teleplay by Daniel Handler
    "For The Last Time” (Andi Mack), Written by Jonathan S. Hurwitz
    “Picture Day” (Alexa & Katie), Written by Ray Lancon
    “Warehouse Towel Fight” fka “Emil Strikes Back” (Prince of Peoria), Written by Marty Donovan

    “Black Hole Apocalypse” (Nova), Written by Rushmore DeNooyer
    “Blackout in Puerto Rico” (Frontline), Written by Rick Young
    “The Gang Crackdown” (Frontline), Written by Marcela Gaviria
    “Trump’s Takeover” (Frontline), Written by Michael Kirk & Mike Wiser

    “Bitter Rivals: Iran and Saudi Arabia - Part 1” (Frontline), Written by David Fanning & Linda Hirsch & Martin Smith
    “The Circus, Part One” (American Experience), Written by Sharon Grimberg
    “The Eugenics Crusade” (American Experience), Written by Michelle Ferrari
    “Into The Amazon” (American Experience), Written by John Maggio

    “Catastrophe” (60 Minutes), Written by Scott Pelley, Katie Kerbstat, Nicole Young
    “Las Vegas Massacre” (CBS Evening News with Anthony Mason), Written by Jerry Cipriano and Joe Clines
    “The Spotted Pig” (60 Minutes), Written by Anderson Cooper and Oriana Zill de Granados

    “100,000 Women” (60 Minutes), Written by Scott Pelley and Oriana Zill de Granados
    “On Broadway: Rodgers and Hammerstein” (CBS Sunday Morning), Written by Mo Rocca and Kay M. Lim
    “War Crime” (60 Minutes), Written by Scott Pelley, Katie Kerbstat, Nicole Young
    “Wounds of War” (60 Minutes), Written by Scott Pelley, Katie Kerbstat, Nicole Young

    “D.C.'s Biggest Homeless Shelter Is About to Close. Will Amazon Take Its Place?,” Written by Emma Roller; Splinter
    “How To Not Die In America,” Written by Molly Osberg; Splinter
    “Inside The Culture Of Sexism At Riot Games,” Written by Cecilia D'Anastasio; Kotaku.com

    “2017 Year in Review,” Written by Gail Lee; CBS News Radio
    “RFK: 50 Years After Shots Rang Out at The Ambassador Hotel,” Written by Andrew Evans; ABC News Radio

    “5pm CBS News Radio Glor Newscast,” Written by James Hutton; CBS News Radio
    “ABC News 6p Hourly 9-27-2018,” Written by Stephanie Pawlowski; ABC News Radio
    “Remembering The Good, The Bad and the Brilliant,” Written by Gail Lee; CBS News Radio
    “World News This Week 9-21-2018,” Written by Joan B. Harris; ABC News Radio

    “John McCain: A Life of Service,” Written by Gail Lee; CBS News Radio
    “A Tribute to Le Grand Orange,” Written by Thomas A. Sabella; CBS Radio News

    “FBI 2018 Promo Reel,” Written by Ralph Buado
    “Tribute to Star Trek for the 2019 Creative Arts Emmys,” Written by Sean Brogan
    “Westworld: Season 2 Promo (Super Bowl spot),” Written by Jonathan Nolan


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    - Previous ONTD post

    - Jon now has custody of 2 of his 8 children, Hannah and Collin

    - Kate and her lawyer didn't show up to the court

    Had a good weekend visit with Collin at home!

    A post shared by Jon Gosselin (@jongosselin1) on

    -  Collin attended a school away from his family for the past 2 years  for unspecified reasons

    - Jon believes he missed from his children’s childhoods because Kate was awarded primary custody in their divorce

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    Quickfire challenge: The chefs were split into 5 teams of 3 and were given only two minutes to prep their ingredients and then 20 minutes to cook one dish as a team. The winning team won tickets to the 145th Kentucky Derby.

    Quickfire winners:

    Pablo, Sara, and Justin

    Elimination challenge: The teams from the quickfire stayed intact, but for the elimination challenge, they would be competing against each other to be up for the win, be safe, or be up for elimination. For the actual challenge itself, the chefs had free range to cook what they wanted for 200 Kentucky Derby VIPs. There were many hats.

    Challenge winner:





    Challenge: Caitlin had to complete along with returning chefs Carrie (S15), Brother (S15), and Jim (S14), to make biscuits and gravy.

    Challenge winner:



    Caitlin, again

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    I don’t actually hate these songs on my list but I do have a real strong dislike for them. When I hear a few notes and lyrics from these songs (and many others) I get so irritated. Some of these songs might be your all-time favorite songs but to me I probably won’t feel sad if I never hear them again.

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    I had a lot of songs on my list for laziness I shorten that to just six, so here’s the list:

    Yeah!Usher featuring Ludacris and Lil’ Jon

    Loved this song (along with the whole Confession album) but just hearing that first 5 seconds of this songs makes me change the channel/station so fast.

    Baby BoyBeyonce featuring Sean Paul

    There are many good songs on Beyonce’s Dangerously in Love album but it seems radio stations and streaming sites tend to only play Baby Boy(and Me, Myself & I) too much.

    SexybackJustin Timberlake

    FutureSex/Lovesounds was a fantastic album but Sexyback is by far the worst song on the album and before Justin’s latest album (have no idea the title) was probably his worst song of any of his albums.

    Hey YaOutkast

    Of the whole list, this probably the song/artist I feel really bad about putting it on the list but….I really can’t stand to listen to Hey Ya anymore, I prefer I Like the Way You Move, their other hit song that came out the exact same time as Hey Ya.

    I’m RealJa Rule & Jennifer Lopez

    I loved this song so much in the early 2000s with its Rick James sample but now along with their other hit song (I think most know that song) I’m just so tired of hearing it.

    Gold DiggerKanye West featuring Jamie Foxx

    Just sticking to his old music from the mess that is Kanye West, I love the Late Registration but I think Gold Digger is the weakest song on the album and when the album was out I would always (and still do) skip it.

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    ONTD, what songs would make you list?

    Here's the spoiler box if you have a lot songs to post

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