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    Model Imaan Hammam and actor Dev Patel are featured in a gorgeous spread for the December Issue of US Vogue. Imaan shared a behind-the-scenes look on her instagram and has shared a few of the shots on Twitter.

    imaanhammamHad the pleasure to work with Dev Patel in Sante Fe. What an experience to be in such a beautiful and spiritual place with an amazing team!@tonnegoodman@alasdairmclellan@aarondemey1@shayashual@voguemagazine THANK YOU😊



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    1. Shout Out To My Ex: 00:00

    2. Touch: 4:06

    3. F.U.: 7:39

    4. Oops: 11:38

    5. You Gotta Not: 15:03

    6. Down & Dirty: 18:14

    7. Power: 21:10

    8. Your Love: 25:17

    9. Nobody Like You: 28:45

    10. No More Sad Songs: 32:54

    11. Private Show: 36:20

    12. Nothing Else Matter: 39:02

    13. Beep Beep: 42:58

    14. Freak: 46:50

    15. Touch (Acoustic): 50:27

    16. Shout Out To My Ex (Acoustic): 54:11

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    Buy GLORY DAYS on iTunes! ONTD, what's your favorite song of the album? I'm obsessed with so many that I can't even pick a favorite right now.

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    The 23-year-old son of Sean Penn and Robin Wright has signed with Wilhelmina Models.

    "We are absolutely thrilled to add a young creative like Hopper Penn to Wilhmelina's diverse roster of talent within our celebrity division," said Bill Wackermann CEO of Wilhelmina. "His budding acting career and unique sense of style lend to limitless and groundbreaking fashion opportunities."

    He's also gonna make his acting debut in Netflix's political satire about the war in Afghanistan, War Machine, with Brad Pitt.


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    Kendall remains the best member of the Klan


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    A&E has decided to cancel Duck Dynasty after 11 seasons and 5 years on air. The series finale will air April 12.


    which "reality" show do you hope gets cancelled next, ONTD?

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    Is it in two weeks because of Thanksgiving? Not enough Tituba; poor Mary, but even without her powers you shouldn't underestimate her or count her out just yet.

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    FICTION - The Underground Railroad (Colson Whitehead)

    A novel about the horrors of American slavery and the sinister permutations of racism, following a young slave named Cora who escapes a Georgia plantation and, in a surreal twist, travels north via a literal underground subway. In his acceptance speech, Mr. Whitehead said he was drawing comfort in these politically uncertain times by focusing on the redeeming power of art.

    NON-FICTION - Stamped From the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America (Ibram X. Kendi)

    A comprehensive study that finds the threads of racism as they wind throughout U.S. history and traces them from their origins. Even as he delved deeply into some of this country's bleakest moments, Kendi said in his acceptance speech, he kept his belief in that country and its people. "I just want to let everyone know that I spent years looking at the absolute worst of America, its horrific history of racism. But I never lost faith. I never lost faith that the terror of racism would one day end."

    YOUNG PEOPLE'S LITERATURE - March: Book Three (John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell)

    The final book in a trilogy about the civil rights movement and the life and achievements of activist Rep. John Lewis. It is the first graphic novel ever to win in this category. When receiving his medal, Lewis said: "The past week has mad me feel like I'm living my life all over again — that we have to fight some of the same fights. To see some of the bigotry, the hate, I think there are forces that want to take us back. I remember in 1956 when I was 16 years old, going down to the public library, trying to get library cards, and we were told that the libraries were whites-only and not for coloreds".

    POETRY - The Performance of Becoming Human (Daniel Borzutzky)

    A bleak collection of poetry that aims "to confront the various ways nation-states and their bureaucracies absorb and destroy communities and economies". It is a work that came out of "the idea that literature and poetry can serve as a means of producing a social and historical memory". Daniel Borzutzky, in his speech, spoke about his fears for the future of the country, particularly for undocumented immigrants.

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    congratulations to the winners! have you read any of these yet, ONTD?

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    ''The Zookeeper's Wife tells the account of keepers of the Warsaw Zoo, Jan and Antonina Zabinski, who helped save hundreds of people and animals during the Nazi invasion''


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  • 11/17/16--09:54: ONTD Roundup
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    - Paul and Lindsay's divorce "negotiations"
    - Dorothy's exit
    - the proposal disaster

    Thoughts on the finale?


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    - Toronto Raptors held a "Drake Night" for their game against the visiting Golden State Warriors.
    - Drake was seen heckling Kevin Durant from his plush court side seats.
    - During the after game interview, Drake bumps into Durant (18 secs in)...who obviously was not having any of it.
    - When asked by the interview what kind of trash talk was going on during this special night, Kevin Durant replied "I don't give a damn about no Damn Drake night" and walks off (52 secs in).

    was this all in good fun ONTD?

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    Paris Hilton revealed that she voted for Donald Trump.

    She says that she voted for him because she's known him her entire life.

    Paris also adds that Donald Trump has always been supportive of her.

    Paris Hilton previously was keeping who she voted for a secret.

    Source: Twitter + YouTube

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    * In less than 24 hours, the trailer had 127.6 million views, breaking the records of Fifty Shades Darker (114 million) and even Star Wars: The Force Awakens (112 million).

    What do you think about "Beauty And The Beast" trailer?

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    Tom Hanks gave a speech at MOMA's film benefit Tuesday night. While he didn't specifically mention Trump, it was clear what he was talking about.

    An excerpt from his speech:

    "We have this magnificent thing that is in place. It’s a magnificent document and it starts off with these phrases that if you’re smart enough you’ve memorized in school or you just read enough so that you know it by heart, or you watched those little things on ABC where they taught you little songs in order to sing, and the song goes (singing): ‘We the people/in order to form a more perfect union/established to ensure domestic tranquility/to provide for the common defense/promote the general welfare,’ and you go on and on. That document is going to protect us over and over again whether or not our neighbors preserve, protect, and defend it themselves.

    "We are going to be all right because we constantly get to tell the world who we. We constantly get to define ourselves as Americans. We do have the greatest country in the world. We move at a slow pace. We have the greatest country in the world because we are always moving towards a more perfect union."

    read the full speech at the source

    ONTD, do you feel reassured now that this rich straight white male celebrity has told you that we'll be all right?

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    "What if you had only one day to change absolutely everything? Samantha Kingston has everything: the perfect friends, the perfect guy, and a seemingly perfect future. Then, everything changes. After one fateful night, Sam wakes up with no future at all. Trapped reliving the same day over and over, she begins to question just how perfect her life really was. As she begins to untangle the mystery of a life suddenly derailed, she must also unwind the secrets of the people closest to her, and discover the power of a single day to make a difference, not just in her own life, but in the lives of those around her—before she runs out of time for good."

    What would you do if you were trapped living the same day over and over?


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