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    The rapper reportedly has his booking photograph and fingerprints taken in less than an hour. The booking finalizes the charges stemming from a July 2013 altercation with a photographer.

    Quietly visiting the Hollywood Los Angeles Police Department on Thursday afternoon, Kanye West turned himself in for booking after pleading no contest in connection with a misdemeanor battery case over a confrontation with a photographer in July of 2013.

    According to TMZ, West and his lawyer entered the station at around 4:30 PM on Thursday (March 27) where the rapper had his booking photograph taken and was also fingerprinted. The site reports that Kanye spent “a grand total of 49 minutes” at the station before being released.

    West pleaded no contest to the battery charge earlier this month after reportedly punching a paparazzo, Daniel Ramos, at LAX in July. Sentencing for the charge includes two years of probation, more than 20 anger management sessions, and 250 hours of community service. The producer’s no contest plea will be barred from use in any civil lawsuit that Ramos might file against West and also allowed any possible grand theft charges to be dropped in the case. While prosecutors stopped short of pursuing felony charges over the incident, city prosecutors filed misdemeanor charges against Kanye on the day of his no contest plea.

    Late in 2013, Kanye explained to another group of photographer’s his frustrations on the day of the assault in July. "What I didn't get to say on Jimmy Kimmel, that's the day I found out that my grandfather was not gonna make it. He passed two weeks later,” he said according to Fuse. "But I'm comin' out the airport, because you know, 'It's Kanye whatever, they're gonna fuck with him and antagonize him.' But I tried to stop his camera and stuff, then he fell down and faked it and everybody was like, 'Oh yo, why'd you hit that guy?' Obviously I didn't hit the guy. But you know I'm going through shit."

    The rapper’s LAPD booking is only the latest in a string of legal trouble he’s faced in recent months. In January, West allegedly assaulted an 18-year old man in a Beverly Hills chiropractor’s office, according to TMZ. The young man apparently used a racial slur while speaking with the rapper’s fiancee, Kim Kardashian, before West punched him in retaliation. HipHopDX later reported that West was apparently negotiating an outside-of-court settlement with the assault victim.

    lohan hew?

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    Sophie Turner covers YOU Magazine

    GoT cast at the Season 4 Dublin premiere

    GoT cast pics thanks to social media

    Kit Harington looking fly as fuck while filming Testament of Youth

    GRRM and Pedro Pascal at a screening of the premiere

    Sibel Kekilli and GRRM

    Sophie Turner and Thomas Brodie-Sangster with Adam Brown and Richard Armitage at the Jameson Empire Awards

    Outtake of Natalie Dormer in GQ US, photographed by Will Davidson

    That picture of Kit is my actual favorite thing ever. <3333

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    Joe Budden got checked for posting an anti-Sikh and racist pic on Instagram. The rapper and Love & Hip Hop New York star got called out for the photo, which he eventually removed, that implied that a Sikh man was a terrorist.

    On Friday, Twitter user Fateh Singh(@FatedDOE) posted a photo he came across on Budden's Instagram account depicting a man wearing a turban and standing in an airport security line. Budden's accompanying caption read, "Not on my watch Homeboy!"

    Budden got into a debate with a user over whether the pic was racist or stereotypical. The New Jersey native deleteed the pic from his Instagram feed and eventually apologized on Saturday (March 29) morning.

    "I apologize to all Sikhs and any1 i offended w my tasteless & stereotypical post yesterday, it was ignorant & in bad judgement. Never again," tweeted Budden. "Hopefully ppl can find it in their hearts to forgive me, my God is a forgiving 1… today is a new day, here's to moving forward !"


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    With its sophomore album, the band Foster the People delves into the sociopolitical — set to a friendly electro-pop beat. It's but one way in which Mark Foster is trying to reach out to the people.
    In 2010, Foster the People's Mark Foster lived the dream for an aspiring songwriter.
    Buoyed by a light-stepping danceable beat, "Pumped Up Kicks" was electronic bubble gum pop with a dark lyrical undercurrent and a carefree tone that quickly went viral and was inescapable in summer 2011. It would go on to sell 5.3 million downloads in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan.
    Then came the fear. "I have been afraid of the sophomore slump since before our first record even came out," Foster says.

    The dread existed even as the band was awash in good fortune. "Pumped Up Kicks," Foster admitted in 2011, "rolled out the red carpet for us," earning the trio a management deal after it had played only about six shows. A debut album, "Torches," would eventually sell more than 1 million copies and reach No. 1 on Billboard's rock albums chart, bringing with it a bit of dance culture to modern rock radio.
    Despite efforts to control a phenomenon, such as purposefully booking the band in smaller venues than were offered, Foster the People took off quickly. "It was almost harder for them," says co-manager Brett Williams of Los Angeles-based Monotone Inc. "You had to fight against how fast it was going."
    Two years of aggressive touring would include a high-profile appearance at the 2012 Grammy Awards with the Beach Boys. All of this was delaying the inevitable, nagging question: How does a band marked by instantaneous, social-media-driven success write not just a second album but one that proves the group has staying power?
    "I have seen so many bands that I love fail on their second record. I couldn't listen to the fear that I had to have a song be a follow-up to 'Pumped-Up Kicks,'" Foster says. MGMT, an electronic-focused pop band Foster the People has long been compared to, had a breakout album with 2008 hits such as "Electric Feel" and "Kids" but has seen its audience become increasingly niche since.
    "There was pressure," Foster says, "from what my fans would want to hear next. There was pressure from what the label would want to hear next. There's pressure from what our non-fans are going to want to hear next — the voices of skeptics. I tried to leave all that at the door."

    Indeed, there is no clear successor to "Pumped-Up Kicks" on Foster the People's "Supermodel," which debuted Wednesday at No. 3 with 54,000 copies sold on the U.S. pop charts. The band, one of the top-billed groups at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival coming in April, still genre-hops among pop, dance and rock with effervescence, but the lyrical concerns are of the worldly, sociopolitical variety. British punk band the Clash, namely the group's disco-tinged and reggae-focused triple album "Sandinista!," is cited by Foster as a primary influence.
    Foster says he's now uncomfortable with the very facets of modern pop-culture that made him a star and turned his band into an overnight success story. In turn, Foster has moved away from the more storytelling approach that marked the songs on "Torches," singing now about "dissidents with the fire" who will "rip apart the marrow from the bone of the liars."
    "For me, a lot of the record is about Western culture, consumerism and the ugly side of capitalism," Foster says. "I don't want to hit you over the head with it, but those are the major topics. One thing I find really interesting is our worship of celebrity or politicians. We love to put people on pedestals. Look at reality shows. These people become giant stars. I find that fascinating. 'Supermodel,' for me, represents the age we are living in."

    Recorded largely in Morocco with Adele collaborator Paul Epworth, the Columbia Records release boasts Afro-Cuban rhythms, falsetto choirs and playful electronic effects.
    Guitars rather than synths are up front, and although Foster the People still graces its tunes with friendly electro-pop beats, now a track is more likely to be thrown for a loop with disarming banshee howls — or samples of monkeys. Topicly, self-doubt and helplessness abound, as in the spry single "Coming of Age." The album-opening "Are You What You Want to Be?" sets a fast-moving tribal beat, within which Foster wrestles with class concerns.

    "Before the band took off, I lived a quiet life," says the 30-year-old downtown resident, who at age 18 moved from Cleveland to Los Angeles to pursue a music career. "I lived in a one-bedroom apartment with no kitchen. I lived paycheck to paycheck. Then suddenly my life changed. We had people helping us. We had money. We could see the world. I traveled and saw how other people lived, and it left me brokenhearted."
    "I felt guilty for how my life had changed," says Foster.
    Foster says this outside the rooftop penthouse of the Santa Fe Lofts, the historic core building that now features a seven-story mural depicting the artwork for "Supermodel." The mural exists in part to promote the new album and in part because Foster says he wants to "communicate something outside of music." It's a psychedelic drawing by visual artist and musician Young & Sick, and it features a high-heeled model vomiting a poem while paparazzi click their cameras.
    It's also representative of Foster the People's ambitions. The band, rounded out by Cubbie Fink on bass and Mark Pontius on drums, wants to do pop-art but on a grand, easily accessible scale. When it comes to creating a 125-foot-by-150-foot mural, Foster claims ignorance at its cost ("I don't deal with numbers," he says), but getting it constructed wasn't easy.

    "Suddenly," says co-manager Williams, "there's a guy across the street who has a building who says you're somehow disrupting his business, so you have to give him some money. Then there's a guy who lives across the street who said our lights were too bright, so you have to give him [money]. Then there's the parking lot. There was a lot of that."
    Foster, for his part, discusses the mural only through the lens of altruism. The artist takes a moment to lean in and contemplate each question, but once the words come he speaks in an excitable rush that takes a big-picture approach. Ask, for instance, about the mural's inspiration for the mural, and he expresses concern that school art programs are losing funding.

    "Our country is losing touch with the idea that art is a vital and important part to the evolution of a society," Foster says. "Art plays a huge role as to how a culture develops. When you cut the knees off of art, there's no way to even articulate the long-term ramifications that has on a culture. I just want people to be more creative. I want someone to look at that wall and go, 'Wow, that's awesome. I'm going to go draw.'"
    That earnestness comes through on "Supermodel," which is ultimately optimistic. "The Truth" could be an Elton John-inspired empathetic ballad, only here it's broken up with a smattering of digital rhythmic shakes and scrapes. "Pseudologia Fantastica" is all brightly colored soundscapes, with layer upon layer of fantastical synths beneath Foster's sun-beaming vocals.

    Foster says the band didn't write any lyrics before going into the studio with Epworth, who, via his manager, declined an interview request. The group wanted to capture a sound Foster described as "Afro-beat, but mixed with '70s punk." Directly ask him about the record's sound and Foster gets more abstract. "If 'Torches' were a color it would be yellow," he says. "This record would be blue."

    Foster says the band didn't write any lyrics before going into the studio with Epworth, who, via his manager, declined an interview request. The group wanted to capture a sound Foster described as "Afro-beat, but mixed with '70s punk." Directly ask him about the record's sound and Foster gets more abstract. "If 'Torches' were a color it would be yellow," he says. "This record would be blue."
    But does "blue" sound like another hit? While no one expects Foster the People to match the runaway success of "Pumped Up Kicks,""Torches" spawned singles — "Helena Beat,""Don't Stop (Color on the Walls)" and "Houdini"— that each sold more than 250,000 downloads. Combined, the first three singles from "Supermodel" haven't yet sold 200,000 downloads.
    No matter, Foster says. Today his concerns are different.
    "I went to India, I spent some time in the Middle East and I went to Northern Africa — places where the priorities are completely different," Foster says. "Those cultures aren't focused on individuals. They're focused on communities. That changed how I will look at life. I saw people who had joy and human connections and they don't have one one-thousandth of the things we have here."
    "But they have something we don't have," Foster continues, "a sense of community."


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  • 03/30/14--14:39: North Takes Kimye For A Walk
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  • 03/30/14--14:40: Diddy back to Puff Daddy

  • Puff Daddy is back!

    Musician and media mogul Sean Combs, who has gone by Sean "Puffy” Combs, P.Diddy and just plain Diddy, announced that he is returning to his old stage name Puff Daddy on Tuesday.

    Musician and media mogul Sean Combs, who has gone by Sean "Puffy” Combs, P.Diddy and just plain Diddy, announced that he is returning to his old stage name Puff Daddy on Tuesday.

    Combs, 44, dropped the name Puff Daddy in 2001. His decision to re-adopt his old name comes just before the release of his first album in four years, "MMM."

    Combs announced the change during a trailer clip for "Big Homie," his upcoming single with Rick Ross and French Montana.

    "For the record, I did not change my name," Combs tweeted under his handle @iamdiddy."I always have been and always will be PUFF DADDY! :) Be cool Man lol."

    He followed up with another tweet poking fun at the chatter around his name change: "#DIDDYORDADDY ???"

    Update your rolodexes: "MMM" is due for release later this year, and "Big Homie" will drop next Tuesday.

    trailer at the source

    no words for this demon

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    He has been having the time of his life partying with the local beach babes.So no wonder Patrick Schwarzenegger was looking distraught as it emerged his mother Maria Shriver had also arrived in Miami on Saturday.

    However it seems the 20-year-old university student was able to soon get over the fact his spring break partying may be be briefly curtailed, as he was soon knocking back drinks with his friends and making the most of things.

    Patrick showed he has inherited some of his bodybuilding legend father's genes by showing off his muscles while sauntering around in swimming shorts.

    And going by his postings on Twitter, it seems he does not plan on slowing down his lifestyle any time soon.


    How are you spending your spring break, ONTD?

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    Emma Watson, the actress said she believes that fashion can “project an unobtainable image that’s dangerously unhealthy”, adding that she is excited about getting older.
    The 23-year-old star of the forthcoming Biblical epic Noah, also said she had doubts about a career in acting after the Harry Potter films ended.

    The actress, who played Muggle wizard Hermione in the blockbuster series and is worth £30m, told The Sunday Times she can “take criticism on the chin a lot more” and acknowledged the pressure to look perfect and behave impeccably in the public eye.

    “As a younger woman, that pressure got me down, but I’ve made peace with it. With airbrushing and digital manipulation, fashion can be an unobtainable image that’s dangerously unhealthy. I’m excited about the ageing process. I’m more interested in women who aren’t perfect. They’re more compelling,” she said.

    Rather than her celebrity contacts, Ms Watson says it is her mother and friends from whom she seeks advice when dressing for big events.

    “I love showing them images and asking, “What do you think of this dress?’ I call on my boyfriends for advice all the time. I mean friends who are boys, and my girlfriends.”
    She said she threw herself into academia after filming finished in 2011 and said she found it "intimidating" emerging from the shadow of JK Rowling’s creations.

    Ms Watson told the paper that her agent did not even send her scripts for the first year after leaving Hogwarts in ruins in Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2.
    She did a year at Oxford University before dropping out and enrolling at Brown University in Rhode Island in the United States, while still taking acting roles.

    They included last year's The Bling Ring for Sofia Coppola.
    She said: "After Harry Potter, all that mattered was university. I didn't even know if I wanted to be an actress."
    of her first day at Brown, said: "On the first day I walked into the canteen and everyone went completely silent and turned around to look at me.

    “I had to say to myself ‘It’s OK, you can do this’. You just have to take a deep breath and gather your courage. I have moments when I walked into a bar and it will take me making a joke to put people at ease and realise I am just a girl.”
    She said it wasn’t always easy to break down barriers at Brown as having “men from the British press following me round with cameras didn’t help my mission to integrate myself.”

    She said she enjoys cooking, with raspberry and amaretto cake being her favourite, but she also likes banana choc-chip bread and egg tortilla. She said cooking helps her to relax and people close to her appreciate a home-cooked meal.

    Ms Watson said she is unable to discuss her boyfriend, rugby player and Oxford student Matt Janney, adding: “I’m trying to keep my private life sacred, although I don’t want to lock myself up and never go out. So I guard it, because I don’t date people who are famous, and I don’t think it’s fair that, all of a sudden, intimate details of their personal life are public as a direct result of me.”


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    It’s been a busy week for Emma Watson, who has been promoting her movie ‘Noah,’ which hits theaters on March 28. She revealed her life-saving beauty products on Twitter — see what she can’t live without below!

    Emma Watson is so cool because she’s relatable and down-to-earth. On the other hand, she’s one of the most gorgeous women in the world! Luckily, she revealed her glam squad and all the products it takes to get her red-carpet-ready on Twitter! Find out her favorite beauty picks right here!

    Emma posted her must-haves via the MTV Twitter account and then re-tweeted on her own, writing: “Couldn’t have survived today without…”

    Emma relies on Dior’s Skinflash Radiance Booster Pen, individual false eyelashes, Batiste dry shampoo, Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation, Tom Ford lipstick, Fresh Skin Soother After Shave, Benefit benetint pocket pal lip and cheek stain as well as compacts from NARS, Kevyn Aucoin and Bobbi Brown.

    She also displayed tools like makeup brushes, Anastasia tweezers, an eyelash curler, a ghd Eclipse hair straightener, a beauty blender sponge and safety pins.

    Along with her makeup, Emma revealed she wouldn’t have made it through her long days of work without her iPhone, a guardian angel pin and Haribo gummy bears.

    Emma is so adorable and this was a really cute idea. I love that she spilled her secrets on Twitter!

    Hollywood Life

    What are your must haves, ONTD? Post pics :D

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    Yasssss, I saw Gaga on Friday, her birthday. I had the most amazing time. I waited in line since 11:30pm on Thursday. I got a great spot & then got shoved even further forward because I'm short. Wooooo, Yassss. I loved the concert sfm. It was soo intimate. I know everyone says it was a weird setlist & very short, whilst ia, idec in the moment. It felt very special. I was soo glad to hear the songs that she chose. <3


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    Cynthia & Taylor!!!!

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    Make sure to turn your volume way down. Also some of them are a bit shakey. Oop.
    Watch them on Youtube if want to see it in 1080 HD

    jinnycalderone thanks you for your time!!!!!11 <3

    SOURCE: is me & my amazing camera once again

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    Celebrity ambassadors can increase awareness of your charity's cause and message, but they can also bring reputational risk

    There has been some interesting debate recently about just how much celebrity star power genuinely benefits charities, with the high-profile parting of Scarlett Johansson and Oxfam prompting much soul-searching about the value of high-profile supporters.

    Despite occasional hiccups, the fact remains that celebrity star power has enormous potential to widen the reach and appeal of an organisation's messages. The right person can help charities to raise their profile, boost funds and increase their influence – but only when the celebrity relationship is carefully planned, managed and sustained.

    Finding a celebrity supporter is only part of the work. The relationship then needs to be nurtured, the right opportunities need to be found and sensible safeguards need to be put in place. Here are some tips for harnessing the power of celebrity for your cause.

    Biggest is not always best
    When choosing a celebrity, resist the temptation to go straight to the biggest, most well-known names. Instead, look for celebrities who have a link with or interest in your area of work – perhaps someone who has had experience of the issues your organisation is involved with, either directly or through a relative or friend.

    Sometimes a less high-profile but dedicated supporter will take a greater interest and accomplish more for your charity than an A-list superstar. They might also have fewer gatekeepers, more flexibility to fulfil short-notice requests and a shorter advanced-booking time.

    Making contact
    The most important ingredient of a successful approach is clarity; clarity about your organisation or campaign objectives, clarity about what you want the celebrity to do and clarity about the likely time commitment. Without this, a celebrity or their agent will find it difficult to decide if they are able to make a commitment. Consider mapping out your wishlist over a year so that your expectations are clear, and be realistic about the amount of time the celebrity will be able to give.

    Celebrities are normally approached in one of two ways – directly, particularly if a charity has a staff member, trustee or other contact who is able to make an introduction, or, more commonly, through an agent. Try to see the latter as a help rather than a hindrance – working with him or her to understand the limitations on their client's time and the best way to work with them.

    Finding the right opportunities
    It can be useful to have several celebrity supporters from various walks of life who will appeal to a variety of media and audiences. Rather than using one celebrity as a go-to person for every activity, find specific opportunities that are suited to their background, interests and talent. A model may prefer a photocall; an actor a radio appeal and so on.

    Sustaining the relationship
    Celebrity supporters need to be nurtured, not just used. They need to be looked after and on an organisation's agenda for regular discussion. Thoughtful gestures and regular communication can make all the difference – a newsletter with a personal note, a Christmas card and invitations to suitable events will all help to build and maintain a rapport.

    When things go wrong
    A celebrity relationship brings with it risks and well as rewards. Celebrities are, by their nature, in the public eye and there is always the chance that they may attract negative attention. Charities can minimise the potential reputational risks by keeping on top of developments and being prepared with responses for media, supporters and other important audiences at the first sign of any problems.

    The above notwithstanding, keep a cool head and don't fixate on poor publicity that is here today and gone tomorrow. Even the most squeaky-clean celebrities will have their bad days – so don't be too quick to distance yourself if they run into difficulties.

    Measuring impact
    How you measure the impact of a celebrity's support will depend on the nature of their contribution – for example whether they have spoken at an event or agreed to mention you in interviews – as well as your own internal reporting processes and performance targets. If a celebrity has helped to generate media coverage, then standard PR measurements such as reach and advertising value equivalent can be used. Celebrity support can also be measured as a gift in kind, so that if, for example, a high-profile person normally charges for speaking at an event and is doing the same for you, free of charge, then you can value this donation at the same level.

    Source + Image credit: Stephanie Westbrook

    who are your favourite charitable celebs, ONTD?

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    Drake's blossoming relationship with Rihanna seems to be going pretty well. But apparently there's just one problem - his friend's don't approve of the relationship!

    A few weeks ago, rumors suggested that Drizzy "dumped" RiRi after just a few days of dating - because his Young Money crew didn't want the songstress following them around on tour anymore! The Nothing Was the Same rapper then began hooking-up with a gorgeous gal named Winta'nna. As Mstars previously reported:

    Apparently, Drizzy already dumped the Barbadian beauty for ANOTHER sexy side-chick! What do fans think about that?

    An alleged insider tells MTO that Drizzy's OVO crew "wasn't feeling" Rihanna's vibe. She apparently started "acting up" on tour, so Drake kicked her out after a few weeks of hooking-up!

    MTO reports that the rapper's posse "felt she was too bossy and condesencing, especially towards Drake's crew, so they kept pressuring Drake to cut her loose." And supposedly it worked.


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    Leaving her apartment in NYC (Mar. 29)

    BR Roselandby juhdas

    Arriving at Roseland Ballroom in NYC (Mar. 30)

    Leaving Roseland Ballroom in NYC (Mar. 30)


    Rumour has it that the Gaga's final performance at Roseland, on April 7th, will be live streamed & that the video filmed Sunday was practice for it.

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    ts hard to find good help these days — especially if you’re Lindsay Lohan. RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that the controversial actress’ long-suffering assistant Matt Harrell has quit because the troubled starlet couldn’t afford to pay him after production on her self titled reality show, for Oprah Winfrey OWN network wrapped.


    “Matt had moved from Los Angeles to New York City to work for Lindsay…..” a source tells Radar exclusively. “He is extremely professional and very good at his job. Previously Matt had worked for Prince and to say working for Lindsay was difficult and chaotic would be an understatement.”

    But once production on her reality show concluded, LiLo told Harrell she couldn't keep him on.

    “Matt still agreed to accompany Lindsay to do press for the show,” the source says. ”He even went with her for her appearance on Ellen. He is hoping to get another job with another celebrity by helping Lindsay out.”

    Viewers of the OWN show recently saw Lindsay and Harrell getting increasingly upset about how he couldn't get her to talk to him about his duties.

    In one of his most frustrating moments, Matt went to mom Dina Lohan‘s house to pick up some of the star’s possessions, but she wouldn't talk to him about her moving plans.

    While Lohan was pawing through her clothes in the apartment, Matt wanted to talk to her, but she again ignored him.

    “It p*sses me off,” Matt said, as he planned a showdown with Lohan.

    Our source goes on to say, “Lindsay would love to have Matt back as her assistant, but she just cant’t afford him. He did a really good job for her.”


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    Pharrell Williams is joining the team of The Voice as a coach for the upcoming seventh season this fall!
    The show announced the news by showing off a photo of the famous turnaround chairs with Pharrell‘s now infamous hat sitting on top of one.
    Pharrell, 40, will be filling in Cee Lo Green‘s vacated chair after the singer announced he will not be returning to the show.

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    Andrew Lincoln suits up while heading to the Chateau Marmont for a night on the town on Sunday (March 30) in West Hollywood, Calif.

    The 40-year-old actor made an appearance on The Talking Dead earlier in the evening following the season finale of his hit show The Walking Dead.

    Also pictured inside: Andrew and his co-star Lauren Cohan at the airport earlier in the week in Los Angeles.


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    Fear not, Chris Evans fans. He's not walking away just yet. Following recent statements he made about quitting acting to take up directing, the Captain America: The Winter Soldier star now says he's doesn't plan on retiring from the spotlight.

    "I said that I directed last year. I really responded to it. I really enjoyed it," the 32-year-old said on Good Morning America Monday. "I'd love to focus a little bit more on that." He added, "By no means am I planning on retiring. It's kind of a silly statement. But I certainly am going to try to focus a bit more on directing at this point."

    Speaking to Variety this month, Evans seemed to say that he planned to curb his acting roles, apart from his contractual commitments. "If I'm acting at all, it's going to be under Marvel contract, or I'm going to be directing," he said in the interview. "I can't see myself pursuing acting strictly outside of what I'm contractually obligated to do."

    The GMA appearance wasn't all serious. Evans talked about his role in the upcoming Captain America sequel and even got a delivery from his favorite pizzeria in his hometown, Boston.

    And look out for the rest of the Cap 2 cast on GMA later this week


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    Chris Evans rocks a cap while touching down at JFK Airport on Sunday (March 30) in New York City.

    The night before, the 32-year-old actor posed with Kristen Bell after presenting an award together at the 2014 Kids’ Choice Awards in L.A.

    [Captain America: The Winter Solider] was the first time I had ever worked with him where he was the male lead. Chris is the only actor I can imagine playing the character. He makes something that could feel stale feel fresh. I don’t know how he does it,” his co-star Scarlett Johansson recently gushed to Variety.



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