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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    The Alvarez family returns for season 3 on February 8, only on Netflix.

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    ‘Green Book’ Writer Deletes Twitter Account After Anti-Muslim Tweet Stirs More Controversy.

    The Nov. 2015 tweet read :
    “@realDonaldTrump 100% correct. Muslims in Jersey City cheering when towers went down. I saw it, as you did, possibly on local CBS news.”

    “Green Book” star Mahershala Ali is Muslim.

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    The Academy - after weeks of being a fucking mess regarding now-ousted Kevin Hart - is now looking for other ways to generate interest in this year's Oscars. According to THR they're scrambling to get all of the actors who played Marvel's Avengers on screen together, or throughout the show.

    So rather than have one host introduce presenters and such, they'll have a rotating line of celebs to do this - cue the Avengers. The Oscars' producers are currently begging stars from the Avengers saga - from Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Samuel L. Jackson, etc etc to get on stage - NOT as presenters, but to present the presenters, segments, performances, and more.

    No word on if this'll work, but as the Oscars are telecast on ABC (owned by Disney who also owns Marvel and everything else), it's probably some contractual garbage and this may happened. Stay tuned.

    Source: https://twitter.com/ScottFeinberg/status/1083370936449957889

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  • 01/10/19--10:00: ONTD Roundup
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    Beirut released a music video for their new track "Landslide". It's the second single off their new album Gallipolli, which will be released February 1st, 2019. They released the title track back in October, along with tour dates for this spring.

    The video was directed by Eoin Glaister, and stars Ian Beattie.

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    I like Gallipolli better, but whatever. I still can't wait to see them in March!

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    Queen of reality competitions Nicole Scherzinger shows off her singing impressions and talks about her new show "The Masked Singer"

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    Did you watch this show, ONTD?

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    Back on the job. Back in the fight.

    Season 2 of Marvel’s The Punisher debuts exclusively on Netflix January 18.

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    After last night’s apology from Lady Gaga for working with R. Kelly, her collaboration with him (“Do What U Want”) has re entered the Top 20 on the iTunes chart and is currently sitting at no. 15. Gaga vows to never work with R. Kelly again and says she will remove the song from iTunes and streaming services, but as of this posting the song is still available for download and streaming.

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    Last night was the annual National Board of Review Awards Ceremony held at Cipriani in NYC. The Crazy Rich Asians cast won the award for best ensemble, presented by Trevor Noah. Click the cut for more pics!



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    Lady Gaga was awarded Best Actress for A Star is Born.


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    Regina King was award Best Supporting Actress for If Beale Street Could Talk.


    Barry Jenkins was awarded Best Adapted Screenplay for If Beale Street Could Talk, and Paul Schrader was awarded Best Original Screenplay for First Reformed.


    Barry used his speech, which occurred at the same time as Tr*mp's ramblings, to address his shitty policies.

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    Thomasin McKenzie won for Breakthrough Performance for Leave No Trace.


    Gemma Chan, for the aforementioned CRA ensemble award.


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    Constance Wu, for the aforementioned CRA ensemble award.


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    Awkwafina, for the aforementioned CRA ensemble award.


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    Michelle Yeoh,  for the aforementioned CRA ensemble award.


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    Bradley Cooper won for Best Director for A Star is Born, pictured here with girlfriend Irina Shayk.


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    Bo Burnham won Best Directorial Debut for Eighth Grade, pictured here with the film's star Elsie Fisher.


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    Sam Elliott won Best Supporting Actor for A Star is Born.


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    Olivia Wilde presented an award.



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    • A Newsweek article from 1998 has been unearthed where Peter Farrelly proudly admitted he would whip his dick out in front of people like Cameron Diaz while working on set

    • He said he's done it "easily 500 times"

    • He was 41 years old at the time of the interview

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    lol if more awards shows award this freak and child predator Bryan Singer.........................i have to laugh.

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    -Follow up to this post: https://ohnotheydidnt.livejournal.com/113526212.html?view=19266852804#t19266852804
    -"According to the National Enquirer Opens a New Window. , Jeff, 54, and Sanchez, 49, have been seeing each other for eight months."
    -Sanchez was a former Extra host and married to Whitesell, a WME/IMG agent.



    Sources: https://twitter.com/THR/status/1083147863285268480
    https://twitter.com/TheLoveBel0w/status/1083150131485204480

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    Somebody hit the lights on Hollywood's biggest night sorta.

    After Hart continued to make an ass out of himself time and time and time again, The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has just said, "Fuck it."

    For the first time in nearly 30 years, the "iconic" ass patting award ceremony will be without a host, instead focusing on music in film, according to one person involved with the show - but not the envelopes - said.

    The Oscars, hosted by absolutely nobody, are on Feb. 24th, 2019. Nominations are announced Jan. 22nd

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    He’s not the hit maker he once was in the 90s and 2000s with behemoth of hits like “I Believe I Can Fly” and “Ignition (Remix)” – sure he still makes money from these throwback hits as signified by the large streaming numbers on Spotify. However, streaming sales aren’t bringing in the big bucks the way physical sales did for an artist like Kelly who is no longer in the mainstream spotlight the way he once was. Though his last few albums do not bring revenue he once had, he still remains a prolific producer in the music industry. With a back catalog like his, Kelly is more than likely is not working for free and the artists with whom he works probably aren't taking charity. He’s been able to collaborate with many artists, writing and producing for them and with them. This post will list the people who have worked on Kelly's last two albums which were both commercial flops and did okay on the charts. Kelly's solo tracks on both albums perform significantly better than the collaborations which further begs the questions: why do you choose to work with R. Kelly? It's obvious Kelly wants to get back into the limelight he had with such frequent, high profile performers and he's just not getting there but the money can still roll in.

    The issue is that these collaborations still help Kelly reach his untouchable musical icon status. It's easy to want to paint a picture of a predator who must now resort making jingles on a Fisher-Price toy in a shoddy apartment (and he doesn't even deserve that). Despite the decades long allegations and charges of child pornography, the Pied Piper of R&B can still be largely behind the scenes of not just his work but others as well. He has never been ostracized from the music industry until this last year but even then, he can still hold concerts, perform, release long winded songs and write and produce for mainstream artists. They are still willing to work with him and allow him to be featured on their songs and willing to help produce own Kelly's own albums.

    It’s hard to not think the money he earns as a producer, collaborator, as an artist helps fund the silence of the women and girls he allegedly holds against their will, isolating them from their families, to buy the silence of past victims so he can continue to work with high profile artists. Money given to these collaborators on his own albums in a way buys the silence for them to not speak out against him. Years ago before the allegations, working with Kelly would garner lots a critical acclaim and sales but now... it seems that the money speaks a lot more than the stories of survivors or even that Kelly was charged with child pornography. With the Lifetime documentary premiering and legal troubles now surrounding the singer, these recent collaborations will more than likely come back to bite these people in the ass. If anyone of his collaborators speaks out, what exactly would their excuse be?

    There is also a two-way street by which some of these artists are being paid to collaborate with Kelly. Beyond the money, these collaborations help the legitimacy of Kelly’s career because many artists are still willing to work with him. In OP's honest opinion, even without the sordid allegations, why would anyone ever choose to work with Kelly after the release of Trapped in the Closet, some of the dumbest songs ever put out in the universe.

    Listed below are the people who have collaboration, writing and producing credits on Kelly's last two albums and other songs since 2013. He's quite prolific so this is not every artist or producer so it's got to be narrowed down. Unfortunately, Kelly's reach in the world of R&B and hip-hop is wide reaching. With people in line to work with him, these mediocre group projects are a strategic way to help cast doubt on the abuse allegations because it screams all these high profile people work with him and still work with him. Some of these artists absolutely do not need to work with Kelly and not just to avoid the bad publicity, but they have incredibly successful songs and careers without Kelly's contribution.

    On Kelly's album Black Panties released in 2013
    “All the Way” featuring Kelly Rowland
    Producers and Cowriters: Sly Jordan, David Anthony, Rich Nice

    “Legs Shakin’” featuring Ludacris
    Producers and Cowriters: Ludacris, Lamar Edwards

    “My Story” featuring 2 Chainz
    Producers and Cowriters: Paul Jeffries, Tauheed Epps, Nineteen 85

    "Show Ya Pussy" featuring Migos & Juicy J
    Producers and Cowriters: Donnie Lyle, Quavious Marshall, Kirksnick Ball, Jordan Houston

    "Spend That" featuring Jeezy
    Producers and Cowriters: Dijon McFarlane, Mikely Adam, Jay Jenkins

    "Tear it Up" featuring Future
    Producers and Cowriters: Nayvadius Wilburn, Dennis-Manuel Peters, Daniel Coriglie, Mario Bakovic. The same team also produced two other tracks on the album.

    On the 2015 album, The Buffet which is Kelly's lowest charting album to date and the artist has been dealing with declining sales for a long time, so one has to wonder since none of these singles blew up was it okay to turn a blind eye to everything for the cleared check?

    "Anything Goes" featuring Ty Dollar $ign
    Producers and Cowriters: Tyrone Griffin, Jr., Dernst Emile II, D'Mile

    "Let's Make Some Noise" featuring Jhené Aiko
    Producers and Cowriters: Jhené Chilombo, Keyel Walker, Anton Alexander, Johntá Austin, Bryan-Michael Cox, Kevin Hicks

    "Marching Band" featuring Juicy J
    Producers and Cowriters: Jordan Houston, Lukasz Gottwalk (Dr. Luke), Jeremy Coleman, Gamal Lewis, Ryan Ogren, Samuel Alexander, Castillo Vasquez

    "Switch Up" featuring Lil Wayne and Jeremih
    Producers and Cowriters: Dwayne Carter, Jr. Jeremih Felton, Jordan Holt, Matthew Coleman, Lisa Antwil, Richard Maclean, Brittany Hazzard

    "Let's Be Real Now" featuring Tinashe
    Producers and Cowriters: Tinashe Kachingwe, Magnus August, Hoiberg, Joshua Coleman


    Kelly is also cowriter on "Let 'Em Know" by Bryson Tiller which was released on Tiller's album TRAPSOUL. Kelly has also written and produced songs for Jennifer Hudson, Chris Brown, Rick Ross, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Pitbull and others.

    Sources: sorry ass Spotify 12

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    Beirut released a music video for their new track "Landslide". It's the second single off their new album Gallipolli, which will be released February 1st, 2019. They released the title track back in October, along with tour dates for this spring.

    The video was directed by Eoin Glaister, and stars Ian Beattie.

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    I like Gallipolli better, but whatever. I still can't wait to see them in March!

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    Queen of reality competitions Nicole Scherzinger shows off her singing impressions and talks about her new show "The Masked Singer"

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    Did you watch this show, ONTD?

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    Back on the job. Back in the fight.

    Season 2 of Marvel’s The Punisher debuts exclusively on Netflix January 18.

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    After last night’s apology from Lady Gaga for working with R. Kelly, her collaboration with him (“Do What U Want”) has re entered the Top 20 on the iTunes chart and is currently sitting at no. 15. Gaga vows to never work with R. Kelly again and says she will remove the song from iTunes and streaming services, but as of this posting the song is still available for download and streaming.

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    Aussie singer Troye Sivan visits the beach and crushes on the oceanside bartender while singing about Lucky Strike cigarettes in his latest music video directed by Emma Westenberg (Janelle Monáe’s “Pynk” video).

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    An exclusive behind the scenes look at the infamous unraveling of the Fyre music festival.
    Launching globally on Netflix on January 18, 2019.

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