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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    it's Dimitri Portwood Kutcher

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    -On Thursday Hilary appeared as guest co-host of The Talk, where the panel discussed Jennifer Aniston's claims that women are deemed useless if they don't have children. Hilary defended Jen, saying, "Lots of women in this industry don't have a child, yet are judged for not having a child and it's crazy that women - we are the most in demand, and the most desirable, but the most judged and the hardest on one another."
    -She went on to tell the panel that she feels pigeonholed as a mom, saying she feels judged for having been married & becoming a mother so young. She also pointed out, "Nobody cares about men's personal lives as much as women's."
    -Co-host Aisha Tyler (who doesn't have kids but has struggled w/infertility) backed Hilary up, saying, "Nobody says to a 45-year-old guy, 'Oh, you don't have any kids yet? Aww, that's so sad.'"

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    Do you feel judged over your reproductive choices, ONTD?

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    Did anyone watch this? Why do you think she backed out? Is SM the devil? What even were they going to perform?

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  • 12/02/16--16:00: Free For All Friday




  • I hope everyone has a GREAT weekend!

    No porn, nudes, spam, fighting, advertising, dickishness, huge browser slowing comments.
    Don't forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter!

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    Britney took the stage yesterday at Kiss FM's Jingle Ball performing a medley of hits, including her latest single Slumber Party (available on iTunes now) with none other than Tinashe. However the real highlight of the night was the cake that Ryan Seacrest brought out at the end of the show, celebrating the Queen's 35th birthday.



    Slumber Party performance with Tinashe







    Womanizer breakdown




    Cake moment:





    Also here's Brit with Lance Bass and his very cute husband




    Source 1: https://www.instagram.com/eimermac/
    Source 2: https://www.instagram.com/1027kiisfm/
    Source 3: https://www.instagram.com/queen.spears/
    Source 4: https://www.instagram.com/michaelturchinart/
    Source 5: https://twitter.com/CandidlyCarlo

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    OMG. Bert Macklin, you son of a bitch, you fucking got me again.

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    The designers were given auto parts, some Mood cash, and told to create avant-garde pieces.


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    Cornelius Ortiz




    Mah-Jing WongAUF'd





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    Roberi Parra




    Laurence Basse




    Rik Villa




    Erin RobertsonWINNER




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    Who do you think will make it to Fashion Week?


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    DJ Bonics is a mess flip-flopping on whether he's blaming 'tay' or a third party, he let the kpop fan attn get to his head

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    Continuing this post!



    JAY-Z

    The Odyssey, Homer
    "This epic poem was kind of difficult for me to get through, but it has a beautiful rhythm. I got lost in reading about Odysseus' struggle to get home and his longing for someone so strong, as his wife was, waiting for him. That's like a dream—that kind of strength, love, loyalty".

    His full list here


    NEIL PATRICK HARRIS

    S., J.J. Abrams
    "I hesitate to even call this a book — it’s almost more accurate to call it a book-themed puzzle. I just love the game of it, and the presentation. J.J. Abrams, building a world within a world within a world."

    His full list here

    JENNIFER GARNER

    The Razor's Edge, W. Somerset Maugham
    "This book is set between the world wars and is the honest telling of how someone gains maturity. The main character, Larry Darrell, is on a search for the absolute—he wants things to be black and white—while his fiancée has to figure out if she wants money or if she wants his love. I couldn't imagine making her choice, but she would crash and burn if she didn't choose what she did. I was in my early 20s at the time I read this. I was with the wrong guy and could have used that same self-awareness".

    Her full list here

    JAMES FRANCO

    The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, Junot Díaz
    "Everyone knows Junot Díaz is the man. This book is hilarious and heartbreaking in equal measure; pop cultural and political. Just a great read".

    His full list here

    DAVID BENIOFF (Game of Thrones showrunner)

    For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway
    "Yes, a few of the lines are easy to mock. (“I love thee and thou art so lovely and so wonderful and so beautiful and it does such things to me to be with thee that I feel as though I wanted to die when I am loving thee.”) Yes, the constant use of “thee” is grating. But my love for this novel isn’t rational. I have no interest in defending it. I loved it from first to last. No final page has ever left me as shattered".

    His full list here

    MARY-LOUISE PARKER

    Remembrance of Things Past, Marcel Proust
    "One of the true delights of growing older is that every five years or so I can scarcely remember the books I’ve read, so I can reread them with genuine surprise. With the ones like “Remembrance of Things Past,” that are particularly lengthy, I can practically start again as soon as I have finished it and be enthralled all over again".

    Her full list here

    ALAN CUMMING

    The Blind Assassin, Margaret Atwood
    "Margaret Atwood is so clever and brilliant, just reading her book and keeping up with it made me feel like a genius. But to engage a reader emotionally over so many different story lines is awe-inspiring".

    His full list here.

    JULIANNE MOORE

    Beloved, Toni Morrison
    "I read Beloved when it came out in 1987, and it was one of the most difficult books I've ever encountered. The rhythm of the writing, the cadence—it was like learning a new language where you're just banging your head against a wall. Then, after several chapters, a door opens and you're in. To me, the book is all emotion, a big morass of feeling. It's remarkable. What this woman goes through, what she believes she has to do is so horrific—you can't help but think, 'How does she survive?'"

    Her full list here.

    RACHEL MCADAMS

    When You Are Engulfed in Flames, David Sedaris
    "It's not often that a writer makes me laugh out loud, but Sedaris does. He brings me to tears. It's to the point where I can't read his writing in public because people think I'm having some kind of meltdown. In this collection of essays, he has a way of finding humor in the strangest and most painful moments, like a week with a creepy babysitter or the death of his mother. He lands in ridiculous situations—befriending a town outcast, for one—and his writing acknowledges the difficulty of getting through the day. I take myself too seriously sometimes, and Sedaris's books are such a revelation about how you can celebrate life's strangeness and idiosyncrasies".

    Her full list here

    JULIA ROBERTS

    Written on the Body, Jeanette Winterson
    "Jeanette Winterson has written many fabulous books, and I just think, 'How does this woman sleep?' This story is so intriguing. One of the things that's amazing—I don't know how far into the book I realized it—is that one of the main characters is referred to in a really unspecific way in terms of gender. But I don't know if Winterson intends for people to know this before they read the book. It's kind of like you choose what gender the narrator is. And she actually pulls this off without the story seeming confusing—and without you even really noticing what she's done".

    Her full list here


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    He died of Alzheimer's, in a care home last week after suffering from vascular dementia for four years.

    He originally wanted to play Manuel as German, but John Cleese insisted on Spanish, after which he took to the role immediately.

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    Didn't see this posted. When will this fucking year let up?

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    Yesterday, the whole cast - minus John and Lori - flew to San Francisco to visit the house after creator Jeff Franklin bought it, and screened the first two episodes of season two for fans. Their next stop is Tokyo.





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    In the new clip, Selene (Kate Beckinsale) attempts to perform surgery on David (Theo James).


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    -The sold-out charity show took place last night in Miami.
    -Tickets were $5,000 per person. (She also sold meet & greets for 150k).
    -She also auctioned personal items like art pieces and tour costumes.
    -3 wedding pictures from her 1985 marriage shot by the late Herb Ritts sold for $230,000.
    -A weeklong stay at DiCaprio’s home in Palm Springs sold for $140,000.
    -A print by artist Tracey Emin from Madonna’s personal art collection, sold for $550,000.
    -She even auctioned the chair she used during the performance which sold for $10,000.
    -She covered Britney Spears' 2004 single "Toxic" singing "You know that you're toxic," as images of Trump appeared behind her.
    -She talked in support of the Standing Rock protesters. She spoke passionately about the plight of Native Americans and asked why their land was being destroyed.
    "It just really makes me feel ashamed, ashamed to be an American, ashamed to be a human being really," she said before launching into "American Life."
    -Celebrities in attendence were: Leonardo DiCaprio, Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, James Corden, ex-boyfriend A-Rod, Adriana Lima, Bethany Frankel and Courtney Love.

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    And people here were saying nobody would buy the $5,000 ticket per person to see her perform lol

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    Young up and coming star Justice Smith, who stars on Baz Luhrmann's The Get Down on Netflix, will be joining the Jurassic World sequel.
    The film will also star returning leads Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. In addition to starring on The Get Down, Justice Smith is also coming to Yen an off-broadway play opening at the end of January.



    Baz Luhrmann congratulated him:



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    I saw the people from The Get Down posting about this today and noticed it wasn't here... I just hope they don't kill him off tbqh

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    At first it was meant to be sometime in January, then it was bumped to February 8th, now it moved back a week to February 1st, 2017 and will be a two hour premiere.






    SOURCES: #1, #2

    Are you guys excited for the show's return in 2 months?

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    ''Cox and Hirsch play father and son coroners who receive a mysterious homicide victim with no apparent cause of death. As they attempt to identify the beautiful young "Jane Doe," they discover increasingly bizarre clues that hold the key to her terrifying secrets.''

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  • 12/03/16--12:39: New Walking Dead teaser


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    Yass, we're getting the Carl/Negan storyline.

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