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  • 08/11/15--22:23: Rihanna back in NYC

  • "Hypnotized" singer steps out on Monday (August 10) in New York City.

    Just Jared

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  • 08/11/15--22:23: Pretty Little Liars 6b Promo

  • Thoughts on tonights finale?
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    The Coalition government debated for six hours last night on allowing members of the party to have a conscience vote for same sex marriage.

    It was voted down. Sixty to thirty.

    AKA basically bigoted old white cishet men who continuously abuse the public purse voted against the general feeling of the Australian public of whom 70% are in support of same sex marriage


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    If you remember this ONTD Original, people questioned the validity of the Kardashian Klan's love of promoting teeth whiteners and ass cream without explicitly telling their followers that they're getting paid to do so.

    Well the FDA felt Kim crossed the line when she gave a shoutout for a prescription drug used to relieve her pregnancy nausea.

    Their beef is that she failed to mention the side effects of Diclegis which include drowsiness and mental impairments when coupled with alcohol. It's also not meant for women who have issues with prolonged vomiting that induces dehydration.  A warning letter was sent to Diclegis's maker - the second of its kind in two years.

    Kim's removed the posts as of now - we'll see if the rest of the family learns their lesson.


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    -BET previously announced they were going to bring back BET Uncut
    -Announcement was instead a ruse to promote their new show, BET Punked
    -BET Uncut is never coming back


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    Legions of Kylie Jenner admirers, and presumably her boyfriend Tyga, will be delighted that Kylie is now 18. The arrival of this milestone must give the father-of-one some relief: he can at last say that he has a girlfrien who can legally consent in
    the state of California. Although she can now vote, buy cigarettes, and date her 25-year-old rapper boyfriend without fear of SVU-like investigation, a new age does not wipe away the last two years of her life and what it all represents.

    First of all, it will never not be disgraceful how much of the media chronicled the relationship of a teenage girl with an adult male. There was a cutesy quality to the manner in which Kylie and Tyga’s relationship was chronicled. There is nothing endearing about a grown man dating a child, no matter how that child presents herself to the public.

    On the topic of Kylie's presentation, while it is not or place to police someone else’s expression of sexuality, we can take issue with how those in the media have capitalized on it. These are various headlines taken from several mainstream publications before Kylie turned 18:

    Again, all of this is before she turned 18. Before. Why was more not made out of adult men and women writing headlines about a 17-year-old girl using the words “sexy” and “seductive” while referring to her “curves,” “boobs,” and “big booty”? Many will argue that Kylie was just being a typical teenager. That may be the case, but that does not excuse the media going out of its way to further sexualize a minor.

    Kylie has been posturing as some sort of Lolita for a good while now. Such motives ultimately fall on her and her mother-manager. Nonetheless, entertainment magazines and news outlets have been all too willing to help her with such endeavors. That did not have to be the case.

    Read the full (very smart) article at the source

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    RIP sweet prince (grim gif behind cut)

    Share your memories of your pets that have passed, ontd.

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  • 08/12/15--07:36: This fall on the CW
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    -Pasquale Rotella, husband of Holly Madison and founder of EDM tour promotion company Insomniac Events, released a statement following the deaths of two young women at HARD Summer.

    -HARD Summer took place on county-owned property, and Los Angeles County officials would like to ban raves and other big music festivals from taking place on county-owned property.

    -LA County officials think that music festivals aren't doing enough to ensure the safety of rave-goers, and they've already voted to review whether or not to ban raves on county property.

    -Rotella, who makes money from raves, believes that banning raves isn't the answer and that more should be done to educate people on the health impact of drug abuse.

    I’ve been incredibly saddened by yet another loss of life that’s been attributed to our culture, and I have spent the last week reflecting on how the story has played out in the media.
    First and foremost, my heart goes out to the friends and family of those two young women. We don’t condone or tolerate drug use, but the problem here isn’t raves or dance music, or even festivals in general. The health impact of drug abuse in our country extends far beyond what happens at our events. I lost five friends to drug overdoses at a young age, none of which occurred at dance music festivals; most of them weren’t even fans of the genre. No one wrote about them.
    Dance culture has survived for decades and has never been more popular. Banning these events at facilities where we are able to provide first-rate medical care and emergency services is not the answer. I hope that policymakers and the media do not turn their backs on a cultural movement that is thriving and brings so much happiness to a generation that, quite frankly, needs an environment where they can feel loved and accepted. Most just want healthy interaction with their peers. I know that if I didn’t have access to this community growing up, my life would have taken a much different turn.

    I see nothing but great opportunity within large gatherings; opportunity to promote health, happiness, individuality, and human connection. If we’re trying to create a safe and secure environment for these passionate fans, sending them back into the unregulated underground isn’t a step in the right direction. We all need to do our part in creating a national dialogue that educates our youth and encourages them to be accountable for their choices—especially when it comes to drugs.✌🏻💗🌎🙏 #ThoseWhoCriticizeOurGenerationForgetWhoRaisedIt #tagorrepostifyoufeelme

    Sources: Twitter + Instagram

    Do you think raves should be banned?

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    "What the judge did yesterday was shocking, illegal, and abusive to my children. Without any legal authority, a judge from the lowest ranking court in the state court system violated the highest ranking federal constitutional rights of my American citizen children," Rutherford said in her statement. "Judge Ellen Gesmer effectively arrested my children, claiming she had authority under habeas corpus to take them into custody because of a foreign country's court order."

    "...Knowing she had no authority, Judge Gesmer seized my children and their U.S. passports, and forced them to leave the United States and reside in Monaco, a country where neither they nor I, nor even their father, has citizenship," she continued. "The children's father didn't care enough about his children to be here himself. Contrary to his many false claims, he, like all German citizens, can come to this country anytime on his German passport. But he didn't bother." (He can't because you lied and had him declared a terrorist and got his passport revoked you asshole)

    "I did my best to comfort the children, but there are no words to help children understand why a judge would be so cruel," she stated. "We asked the State Department for help, but they claimed there was nothing any federal official could do. That response was curious given that non-citizen children receive help from the U.S. government all the time to ensure that they are not forced to leave the United States ... The State Department claimed it had no role, and there was nothing it could do to protect the illegal removal of American children from their own country, even when they were being forced to live in a nation where neither the children nor either parent has citizenship."

    After some more rambling about how them being American and only American and needing to live in America she went on to accuse her ex of being a liar.

    "When the children's father filed papers this week demanding that the children be taken into custody, he told Judge Gesmer there was an emergency and that he did not know the whereabouts of the children, or whether they were safe. That was a lie. I told him in writing repeatedly that the children were in New York, safe with me. He Skyped with the children and talked to them many times during the periods when he claimed he did not know the their whereabouts, or whether they were safe. It was all lies to persuade the court to issue an emergency order," she claimed. "...The following morning, I filed my response explaining the myriad legal reasons why the judge had no authority to take custody of my children or their U.S. passports, much less to command them to leave their own country. The judge did not listen to one word I said and instead demanded that the children immediately be taken from my custody, and handed over to the lawyers for delivery to an airport. It was the most cruel act against a child I have ever witnessed in my entire life and the fact that it happened to American children at the hands of an American judge, in a United States courtroom is just inconceivable."

    She then spouted out a bunch of laws and claimed that her ex violated them and previous agreements, conveniently leaving out that the agreements were not considered valid and that she had violated several and was unwilling to compromise. She then claimed the judge had no idea how law works, had no understanding of the law and was basically incompetent and allowing people to partake in illegal activities before she ended with the following statement.

    "As for Judge Gesmer, she has to live with herself, and if she has a conscience, I suspect she will not sleep well, ever again."

    Source:ABC 7 NY (You can read the full statement here... it's pretty long)

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    Calls "Kiss" forgettable (bye), but describes Emotion as "the most euphoric pure pop music of the past decade". Says people hate Carly because she makes them too joyful.

    They don't like Boy Problems or L.A. Hallucinations

    Compares the album to True Romance, Body Talk, and Cupid Deluxe (by Blood Orange).

    Okay... it's only the one review. But here are some interviews!


    Carly Rae Jepsen Accidentally Made An ‘Indie’ Album While Working On ‘Emotion’

    “I love all sorts of music, not just pop. I’ve played with all sorts of different genres and mixed and matched them together. I’ve made an entirely different ‘indie’ album that I don’t know what we’ll do with. But it was something I needed to get out of my system. And then it felt not right to release that either. It wasn’t what I wanted.”


    Carly Rae Jepsen: Call her changeable, maturing, evolving

    Talks about Kiss, how she hooked up with the producers for Emotion via stanning Solange & Sky Ferreira.

    Scooter Braun sent her demos she'd written, not knowing she was the writer. The fact that he picked the songs SHE'S written for her to sing without realizing it has helped build his trust in her.

    *She almost cut "Boy Problems" for being too poppy



    Have you pre-ordered it on iTunes? Maybe you would prefer to buy it as a CD?

    This indie flop needs your coins!

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  • 08/12/15--09:30: The Lion Guard: First Clip

  • The epic storytelling of Disney's "The Lion King" continues with "The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar," a primetime television movie event premiering in November on Disney Channel. The movie follows Kion, the second-born cub of Simba and Nala, as he assumes the role of leader of the Lion Guard, a team of animals tasked with preserving the Pride Lands. The movie is a precursor to "The Lion Guard" television series, premiering in early 2016 on Disney Channels and Disney Junior channels around the globe.

    James Earl Jones and Ernie Sabella reprise their roles from "The Lion King" as Mufasa and Pumbaa, respectively, alongside Rob Lowe ("The Grinder") as Simba and Gabrielle Union ("Being Mary Jane") as Nala. Max Charles ("The Strain") stars as Kion.



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    On being heavily sexualized in Hollywood:

    "Welcome to being an actress under a certain age in the industry. [she laughs] But, you know, there are sensitive men in the industry as well – writers, directors, producers. It’s not just men against women. David Benioff and Dan Weiss are liberal-minded Americans who believe in equality. And we’re all serving the story.”

    On people thinking she only does period dramas:

    “Look at my contemporaries – say, Keira Knightley who played the Duchess of Devonshire [in The Duchess], a contemporary of Lady Worsley, and Anna Karenina. She has played four or five historical characters. And I really haven’t. It’s weird, people’s perceptions of me. It seems disproportionate of me being in costume drama.”

    Thinks that women shouldn't dismiss feminism on Twitter
    “I mean, only 230 years ago, in this country, a woman was the property of her husband. That’s something that women in their 20s should consider when slagging off ‘feminism’ on Twitter. Or, when this was set, only 15 per cent of the male population over 21 had the vote. Yet everything on the news at the moment is apathy towards politics.


    this is a seperate interview that hasn't been posted mods and fixed the source

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  • 08/12/15--09:30: ONTD Roundup
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  • 08/12/15--23:30: Deadwood ... LIVES?
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    A spokesman for the premium network confirmed to Variety that “very preliminary discussions” have been made to resurrect the Western series with a movie, though it’s unclear how serious the channel is about the project.

    “Deadwood,” which starred Ian McShane as merciless saloon owner Al Swearengen, ran for three seasons before officially ending its run in 2008.

    The drama co-starred Timothy Olyphant, Molly Parker, and Brad Douriff, and is widely considered to be one of HBO’s best earlier series alongside “The Wire” and “The Sopranos.”

    More at source.


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