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    On knowing when she wanted to be an actor:

    "It was honestly an accident. My junior high and high school had a series of arts requirements, and I put off my theater requirement until the last semester. I knew it would interfere with all my extracurricular activities. The second semester of my eighth-grade year, they said, “You have to take a theater class,” and I protested because I was on the volleyball team, and they said, “It doesn’t matter. You could have done this last semester, but you waited and now you have to do it.” We did a production of Our Town— Something just clicked, and I realized that my passion for English and my love of literature could be put into action. It rocked my world and I just thought, I get this."

    Full, fairly boring interview at Source

    I want that pinky ring...

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    Actress Lupita Nyong'o is all smiles as she poses for the May edition of Harper's Bazaar, scoring both the cover-shot and a flawless editorial.

    She was chosen for 'The New Face Of Beauty' feature, donning glamorous looks from Valentino and Louis Vuitton. The Oscar winner also sat for an interview, in which she talked about the risks and rewards of fame, her impact and being influenced by fashion, and attending 66 events in five months. "You know what kept me sane? Not knowing. Having never really experienced that before . . . Because this was new territory I had no normal. I had no sense of what was normal in that world. It was all new. I don't think [I would do it again]. Not to that extent."

    There was a relentless pre-Oscars campaign in which she appeared in a plethora of gowns that shouted from the red carpet: "This woman is going to be huge." By the time she was standing outside the Dolby Theatre on Oscar night wearing the iconic Cinderella dress, the world was on first-name terms with Lupita. "You know, I thought it would come to an end after the Oscars. I thought the Oscars would come and go and then all of a sudden everything would be back to normal and I’d be back in my apartment."

    She also touched on the responsibility she feels to speak out on her role as a woman of colour visible in the popular media. "I don't feel like the responsibility I feel comes from any place other than my gut. I feel a responsibility to speak about certain things because I wish someone had spoken about them for me. . . . I know I'm in a unique position where lots of people all over the world are seeing me and connecting with me, and perhaps because of my demographic and how limited representation is for my demographic, I do feel not a responsibility but an impetus to speak. It's an impetus."

    On being a role model and doing public speaking engagements:"I wish that I took it more lightly sometimes, because it costs a lot. Which is why I can't do those speeches every weekend, because it costs a lot to share from such a deep place, if you will. But I don't know how to speak from any other place. Kenyans are very ceremonial. There is a formality that comes with gatherings and comes from our colonial conditioning. Oratory is something that's really important to Kenyans, the way one speaks to the masses, it's an art almost."

    "It's 2015, man. We could all use some diversity. It can get tedious to have to explain that I speak English because Kenyans speak English."

    When asked about the celebrity who inspired her: "Emma Thompson, Emma Thompson, Emma Thompson, Emma Thompson. It was such a relief . . . witnessing her going through that whole [pre-Oscars publicity circuit] with an ease and a playfulness and just abandon. That is like the person I want to be. I want to be that comfortable even in this very alien environment that you get put in."

    Harper's Bazaar

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    -Sevyn Streeter appeared on The Breakfast Club to promote something and talk about her relationship with B.o.B
    -She says if you're with somebody you "love or trust or whatever," then it's important not to let the fun die
    -She thinks if you took your partner off the market so to speak, it's your duty as a man or woman to never say no to your partner
    -She isn't into anal sex, but she doesn't believe in saying she's too tired for sex (even when she is)
    -Your partner could always leave you for a broad who's always ready so make sure you never say no!

    How do you keep the magic alive, ONTD?


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    Only 6 more days!

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    Brandon's "Lonely Town" inspired by The Police's "Every Breath You Take"
    “If you’re not listening closely, it just feels like this breezy love song. But, if you wrote the lyrics down or listened to them a little more intently, it’s actually pretty creepy. I sort of love how ‘Every Breath You Take’ is taken as this love song, but it’s really got a darker side to it,” Flowers explains. “So that’s what I wanted to do with ‘Lonely Town,’ I was sort of picking up where Sting left off, lyrically.”

    On “Lonely Town” Flowers sings the rather harmless line, “When will you come home again?”

    “It sounds all nice, ‘When will you come home again?,’ but it’s really scary,” he says, laughing. “Someone saying, ‘When will you come home again? Did you lock the door when it shut?’ You know, those lines can mean a variety of things.”

    BFlow to honor Frank Sinatra
    While audiences can see two Sinatra classics—Some Came Running and High Society—on Friday, April 24, the centerpiece of our celebration will take place on Tuesday, April 21, with an evening of film and music. After a new digital restoration of On The Town from Warner Brothers, we’ll be breaking it down with the Sinatra family and exclusive performances by legendary vocalist Tony Bennett, three-time Grammy Award-winning R&B artist Ne-Yo, musician Brandon Flowers (The Killers), comedian, actress and jazz musician Lea DeLaria (Orange is the New Black), dancer and choreographer Savion Glover, singer/songwriter Alice Smith, and bandleader/ songwriter JC Hopkins and the 12-piece JC Hopkins Biggish Band.

    The event will be streamed via YouTube360.

    and finally Brandon was announced as a performer for the Mo Pop Festival in Detroit.

    All full information/articles available at the source.

    Sources: 1 | 2 | 3

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    ontd, what is your favorite wtf stunt of the f&f franchise?

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    Nathalie Emmanuel on why she'd date Robb Stark given her choice of all the GOT men, and the dating advice she'd give all women.

    Michiel Huisman for Vogue NL - May 2015
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    Vogue - Michiel Huisman from Mick de Lint on Vimeo.

    Lena Headey out in Los Angeles
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    On Eye Candy:
    “I’m really proud of the show and what we accomplished. So fingers crossed it gets picked up for a second season.”

    “I think doing Eye Candy was the perfect next step for me. It was important after being on Nickelodeon for so long, and people seeing me as Lola on Zoey 101 and as Tory on Victorious, that I leave a new character in their mind. When I read the Eye Candy script, I loved that it was a thriller, that it was dark, gory, and very sexy all at the same time. I was really ready to take on a role like that.”

    On growing up:
    “I’m embracing and loving the fact that I am a woman now.”

    “I always had to be conscious of that younger audience and couldn’t go too mature. Now that I have a show on MTV, I am no longer part of that world as much. If I want to wear something that is low cut or show a little more skin, I embrace. I own it.”

    On her music:
    "Now that I have a little bit of a break from the show, I’m definitely getting the itch to get back in the studio and start writing again. I miss performing so much; I miss being on stage and being able to share my music with people. Whether I sign to another label, I’m not sure, but I might just release stuff on my own, so my fans can hear it and I can share that with the world. [Music] will always be such a huge part of my life.”

    “I’ve been telling my fans for such a long time that I’m going to be releasing music, so just wait—it’s coming! I think now is the time.”

    On beauty looks:
    “I’m really open to trying different beauty looks. I love taking risks and there are definitely days when I want to play with different colors in my hair, or days when I want to do a much shorter bob or even a pixie cut.”

    On staying passionate about acting:

    “When reading interesting scripts I have such an urge to bring that character to life. I am also constantly inspired by people that I admire and respect and would love to work with one day. For example, I love David. O Russell. I think he’s an amazing director, and Cameron Crowe is another one. And then Julianne Moore. I think she’s an incredible actress, and I respect the choices she makes.”

    On relationships:
    “I am not perfect when it comes to being in a relationship, and it definitely has its challenges, but I think the key is communication. Just taking the time to really be invested in the other person’s life and their wants and their needs and how they need to feel loved.”


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    Mariah Carey, the iconic chanteuse, has been enjoying fine dining , Disneyland trips, and beach getaways in the weeks leading up to the start of her residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. For the first time ever, she will perform all 18 of her timeless and beloved Number One Hits together in one concert. Mariah has recently been serving debut album teas with her natural curls on display.

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  • 04/04/15--10:30: Vikings 3x08 Promo
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    Pop Music Emergency!

    Canadian pop princess Carly Rae Jepsen is said to debut a new single from her upcoming album on tonight's Saturday Night Live, which also marks the singer's first ever appearance on the live comedy sketch show.

    Speculations about the new single titled, "All That", began after the official Spotify Twitter account prematurely tweeted the following message:

    You really, really liked her live on @nbcsnl, now stream @carlyraejepsen‘s new song “All That”

    Unfortunately, the tweet has since been deleted. I guess we'll all just have to tune in tonight's SNL to find out! In the mean time, you can watch the video for her latest bop, 'I Really Like You' featuring Tom Hanks and Justin Bieber on her official Youtube channel

    Source: 1, 2

    If All That proves to be another bop, your faves better have 911 on speed dial!

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    The article talks about his upcoming projects like the Marc Abraham's "I Saw The Light"film, but considering production wrapped in December it's almost a foregone conclusion the biopic will be held for the Fall festival circuit.

    He also has the thriller "High Rise" and is attached to star in "Kong: Skull Island" for a 2017 release and Guillermo Del Toro's "Crimson Peak" on tap for October.

    Btw, I find funny that Olsen will be Hiddleston's wife in the movie and I haven't read any complain about the age differences. Good luck to both, they're great actors.


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    The whole cast will be there to present RDJ with the MTV Generation Award, whatever that is.

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    On Wednesday, Katy Perry accidentally gave her phone number to the whole world when she shared an Instagram video of her dog, Butters.

    The dog was wearing a tag which included Katy's digits. The video was deleted shortly afterward.


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    -- some dude with shitty grades "pretended to be black" in order to get into medical school

    -- he shaved his head, cut down his long "Indian eyelashes" and went by the name Jojo instead of Vijay

    -- the motherfucker even went to 'Organization of Black Students' meetings

    read the rest of this dumb shit at the source. and when you're done, gag when you scroll through his twitter.


    ETA: here's a fun graphic

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    Y'all gonna take the bait or nah?

    source | 1& 2

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    Editorial is entitled, “These women need us to have their backs” and is shot by Patrick Demarchelier and styled by Laura Ferrara.


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    Hello! Project producer Tsunku revealed on Saturday that he had his vocal cords surgically removed. He had made a surprise visit at Osaka's Kinki University's entrance ceremony, which marked the first time he had made a public appearance since he announced in October that his laryngeal cancer had returned. Kinki University is Tsunku's alma mater.

    Tsunku addressed the incoming students at the ceremony via a letter that was projected on a screen. The host of the ceremony also read out the letter on Tsunku's behalf.

    He noted in his letter that he had wanted to produce the entrance ceremony again this year so he could work hard with all his might. He added in the letter, "I have just started to walk this new lifepath after throwing away my voice. Everyone here is the same. Because it's me now, I can do this work. This is the work that only I can do. While thinking these things, I am living. Everyone also has something they can do because you are you. There is also something that only you can do."

    Tsunku has composed music and provided lyrics for most of Morning Musume's songs as well as for other Hello! Project idol groups. He was the lead singer of the rock band Sharan Q. That band performed the opening theme songs for the Orphen television anime and the DNA² ending theme song "Single Bed," which became a nationwide hit.


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    • “I find Ramsay fascinating. He’s like Dennis the Menace crossed with the Joker from Batman. As an actor, you want to play parts that are different, that’s what makes it interesting. But the music is mine. There’s nothing to hide behind. That’s where you see the real person.”

    • "[Ramsay]'s got a bit of Liam Gallagher in him, I channelled that cocksure walk. I love Oasis. Liam’s a great frontman. And he always looks like he’s ready to start on everyone. There is obviously something wrong with Ramsay and always has been. Maybe he wasn’t nurtured correctly but I think he was a little shit anyway."

    • “Some stuff I’ve done in the season coming now really disturbs me. Learning it at home, gearing myself up, it’s horrible. Then when I get on the set, in my trailer, that day, oh God, I really don’t want to do it. You’ve got to slap yourself, ‘Come on, it’s not real’.”

    • "[Ramsay]’s gonna get one hell of a horrendous death, though. I’d like a dragon-related death. That’d be a good way to go. I just hope it’s not this year because I’ve bought a flat. I need Ramsay to go on doing terrible things till I’ve paid for it.”

    More at the Source

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