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    Black Sails fan podcast Fathoms Deep interviewed co-creator and writer Jonathan Steinberg. It’s ~80min long and worth the listen, but I also compiled (rough) timestamps and notes for you guys. (Also, the interviewers have no chill, some people aren't into that.)

    Highlights include Anne Bonny’s S2 coming-out as his proudest achievement, the importance of the Maroon Islanders, mother-daughter relationships, and throwing straight people a bone too.

    • (3:35) “It’s paced like a novel, in some ways.” → Walking the tightrope between emphasizing the “emotional fireworks” of characters’ identity crises while also meeting network requirements of a “great, big naval action show”.

    • (9:00) Trying to avoid the easy way of simply dividing characters into good vs bad guys, instead rely on the “bullshit test”: do the characters’ actions make sense from both sides, to themselves, or is it just contrived narratively?

    • (10:00) Extensive description of the writing process, emphasis on how much time Starz gave them to really work the story out, which is rare.

    • (13:30) Was very afraid S3 wouldn’t manage to be as emotional as S2, and struggled with the S3 finale - resolved it by paralleling the big battle with the “climax of this relationship” between Silver and Flint. Constructing the time jumps to the campfire scene was quite last minute and “bananas, but emotionally it worked”.

    • (16:40) “You’re always telling 2-3 different stories if you’re doing it properly, and the emotional stuff needs to govern.”

    • S4 will be “emotionally more complicated.”

    • (19:50) Working with an eye towards Treasure Island: juggling the telling of simply a good story and the fact that in this case, “not all endings are acceptable”. As stated before, the book “isn’t canon”, but instead is treated as a fictionalized tale of the “historical” events of Black Sails, and is malleable the way historical facts are not treated as gospel in the show. ”It is a fictional children’s story about a historical record that we are writing” is in his opinion the cleanest way to describe it.

    • Says TI, no disrespect, does have some pieces of garbled storytelling they’re trying to make sense of: “It’s a weirdly ornate story, everyone’s motivations are weird. [...] Flint buries this treasure, they all see him do it, but then they leave with him. [...] Somehow he ends up in Savannah, drunk, alone; and dies there with Billy and the rest of the crew. [...] That’s the sort of puzzle-shape we had to make fit at the end.”

    • (23:15) Says S5 was left open by Starz, but figuring out the resolution sealed it, “I don’t think I could do it again, I think we sort of found the ending. Let’s declare victory and depart the field.” Conceived of a couple versions of S5 but it all felt like epilogue.

    • (27:00) Hated the idea of killing Miranda and fought for months to let her live. He’s satisfied with how it turned out, but still feels strongly about it. Also didn’t want Vane to die.

    • (31:15) On Flint being gay: “How do you make the thing that he resents about England so personal that he can’t separate himself from it. [...] The most intimate, woven-into-your-self sort of thing.” The network didn’t want the reveal to happen in S1 as initially planned and Steinberg is aware it might have been out of gay panic on Starz’ part, but he’s glad now: time to meet Flint and be intrigued, then introduce his core motivator.

    • (33:40) Anne & Jack: “They’re essentially married. [...] And then this story happened with Bonny. [...] Of the things that I’m proud of with the show, it’s probably at the top, this story of this woman sort of coming out, and understanding that she’s gay, especially given the light she’s led. This was something we really had to fight for. [...] This was something we really didn’t want to be wishy-washy about. [...] And then [Jackanne’s] relationship became something way more interesting. They’re twins, essentially - in the mythological sense, they’re the twins of the story, two halves of the same person. And it’s not defined, [...] this label has little bearing. [...] It really freed Rackham to [...] be crankier, his relationship with her got more fun. [...] When the story is true, it will do things for you down the road. [...] You removed [...] them needing to be monogamous, and now they’re just so much more fun to be around.

    • (41:15) Steep learning curve through S1, doesn’t think he’d have been able to pull of S2’s story where he was at as a storyteller that early.

    • (45:00) Max & Anne telling each other their backstories: “There are real, immediate reasons for them telling each other[.] Max describing her childhood, it’s genuine, but it’s also when you say in a break-up, Don’t blame me, I’ve got shit going on here. [...] I’m going to show you a vulnerability that I have not shown anyone else so that you’ll understand that I’m being honest with you. [...] Complementary, Bonny says the same: I understand that you’re protecting me, but I also need you to understand how broken I am, and that I’m willing to show that to you suggests that I’m broken beyond the ability to cope.

    • Every character has chosen a life of piracy because of experiencing injustice in regular society. [OP's note: Between the main cast, we have so far covered gender, sexuality, race, class and disability.]

    • (47:20) On Silver’s backstory being deliberately left for S4: “His unknowability, I think, in terms of the story, of what he meant to Flint.”

    • (51:30) Knew Flint right from the start, but Silver was still very vague to the point they wanted Luke Arnold on the show but didn’t know what part he should play.

    • (54:55) Steinberg hadn’t seen Muppet Treasure Island until watching it with his kids a couple weeks ago.

    • (58:25) ALL THE MADI DISCUSSION. I’m posting notes but this is def the most interesting part, if you only listen to some, listen to these 10 minutes.

    • Originally Madi and her mother were one character, based on a throwaway line in TI about Silver being married to an African woman. The character oscillated between King Scott’s wife and daughter, but being unable to decide between Moshidi Motshegwa and Zethu Dlomo, they decided to have both also bc this way he could give exposure to two great women. Immediately became more interesting bc it’s a mother-daughter story, writers were excited to write scenes between the two. Madi has a narrative that is often reserved for male characters: being the successor of a leader, going essentially from a child to sitting down first at the table with Flint, Blackbeard et al. She deliberately teaches Silver about leadership bc she sees he’s in over his head, while she has been prepared for it all her life.

    • (58:45) “It felt disingenuous to tell a story about this time and place without slavery being a character as an institution.” Didn’t quite know yet how to do it in S2 and left it for once they were better prepared.

    • Madi and her mother are based on extensive research on Queen Nanny, a leader of Maroons and historical figure.

    • (1:03:00) Parallels between Silver/Flint and Madi/her mother, seeing your successor grow into your role etc. Silver unexpectedly finding someone to be vulnerable around in Madi. (“This very big romance between the two of them.”)

    • (1:09:00) Madi embodies what Vane erroneously attributes to Eleanor in S1: “Power that just is.” Generally their stories work in tandem with each other.

    • (1:11:20) Eleanor (and Max, to some extent, esp in S3) is the one character who makes sense, whose decisions are always driven by grown-up pragmatism to make things work in a way the least people don’t die: this negates wish fullfilment almost immediately, which is the opposite of Vane. [OP’s Note: well, there we go: Vane the male wish fulfillment! No news there.] Even though her moral reasoning behind it might not always be pure, he defends her for this, bc he feels many viewers didn’t appreciate her ruthlessness.

    • (1:14:30) “The tragedy of this is, the world you would want to live in, is being most advanced by the people you most hate in the show.” Aka we’re on the pirates’ side, but ultimately the world where one can have a house and send your kids to school and not worry about getting murdered everyday is not the pirates’ Nassau.

    • (1:18:00) On the difference between characters acting out of deep-held convictions and moral differences, rather than creating justifications after the fact.

    • (1:19:10) “I love that through three seasons, the only heterosexual romance with a capital R is between [Eleanor & Rogers] who should by all rights be the villains[.]” Says their relationship is earnest and straightforward, which is a first for straight relationships on the show. “We haven’t had a heterosexual love story yet, we should probably do one of those at some point.” Says they are both “unusual in their native habitat”.

    crew, are you ready for the gayest show on tv to end?

    Source: Fathoms Deep Podcast

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    Sienna Miller speaks to ENews about their many sex scenes: "There was a montage in the script saying we did it everywhere: in the car, in the bar...I was like, 'That's an entire day of just love scenes!

    "It's hysterical,""Ben and I are like brother and sister, thank God, so there was no awkwardness. There was just a lot of stupid giggling. He's very professional—I am not, but he is. In that environment, it was a cool scene."

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    Just in time for the movie and because Marvel Studios now dictates what Marvel Comics does no matter how much employees tell you otherwise, Guardians of the Galaxy is getting a new #1 this May with new creative team Gerry Dugan, Aaron Kuder and Ive Svorcina.

    The team will consist of the Star-Lord, Rocket, Gamora, Drax, and Groot. Drax is now a pacifist and Groot is now stuck in his baby form because, again, movies. The Collector and The Grandmaster (set for his film debut later this year in Thor) are also set to have major roles.


    Long dead, now back to life again because why not, Ben Reilly is back as Scarlet Spider this April with Peter David and Mark Bagley.

    Ben was revealed last month to be the antagonist of the Spider-Man event The Clone Conspiracy, and in his new book will be torn between his Jackal and Scarlet Spider identities.


    have you run out of ideas like marvel has, ontd? (now with cut mods)

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    news of the addition of Rashad to the cast came through actor Sterling K. Brown

    "I just worked with Chad on a film called Marshall, about Thurgood Marshall. He’s such a talented human being and a deep soul. He’s the perfect personality to fully inhabit T’Challa. So, to rejoin him, and to work with Academy Award winners … to be with Michael B. Jordan after the incredible work he’s done in Creed. Danai Gurira, Phylicia Rashad, Forest Whitaker — like, it’s embarrassing. I’m good at what I do — I don’t try to do any sort of false modesty — but, ‘Wow! I get to be with all of you people!?!’ I think Ryan Coogler is one of the great storytellers that we have working today. The meeting I had with Nate Moore before I even got to chance to audition for Panther, and to see the level of knowledge, and just passion that he has for the whole universe, and for this project in particular … it’s in such good hands. I worked with Joe Robert Cole — he was one of our writers on The People vs. O.J. who co-writes with Ryan Coogler [on Panther]. Like, everyone is so good at what they do.”


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    it's Randall Emmet

    watch last night's ep here

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    The girls announced that they will give their first Karla-less performances at the People's Choice Awards on Jan. 18th. They haven't announced which song they will be performing.

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    ONTD, when was the last time you flushed $5k down the toilet?


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    "When we Rise," created and executive produced by Dustin Lance Black ("Milk"), tells the story of the gay civil rights movement in the United States over decades.


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    2007s Lindsay Lohan protégé Bella Thorne had an interview where she revealed the details of her breakup from Tyler Posey.

    She says she went through a hard break up and people automatically assume you're together with someone when you hang out with them (Charlie Puth ?).

    She says she hangs out with lots of different people who are mainly guys that are just friends because she's a total tomboy and a lot of the girls are too girly for her. *cough*

    She thinks people take social media too seriously and feel like they can trash her and her friends just because they feel like they know her. She says she's getting death threats because people think she cheated on her ex which is not true.

    Also reveals that she was bullied a lot for her looks during HS and now she has a firm stance against it.

    What was your nastiest break up ONTD ?
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    source: #iduh.

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    Reese Witherspoon's production house, Pacific Standard, aims to bring challenging, dynamic female characters to the screen, and is currently developing a number of projects, most of them book adaptations. She's already had huge hits with Gone Girl and Wild. Reese also maintains an online book club, #RWbookclub. Several publications have referred to Reese as a new literary "power broker", and according to The Wall Street Journal, any time the actress/producer mentions a book on her social media, its Amazon ranking soars.

    Here's a look at what book adaptations Reese is bringing to the screen soon:

    1. Big Little Lies (Liane Moriarty)

    From the director of Wild and Dallas Buyers Club, Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, Alexander Skarsgård, Adam Scott, James Tupper and Zoë Kravitz star in HBO's limited series "Big Little Lies," premiering February 19 at 9PM.

    Big Little Lies is a brilliant take on ex-husbands and second wives, mothers and daughters, schoolyard scandal, and the dangerous little lies we tell ourselves just to survive. (Goodreads)

    2. Luckiest Girl Alive (Jessica Knoll)

    Reese will be starring in this adaptation, which landed at Lionsgate.

    Luckiest Girl Alive explores the unbearable pressure that so many women feel to “have it all” and introduces a heroine whose sharp edges and cutthroat ambition have been protecting a scandalous truth, and a heart that's bigger than it first appears. (Goodreads)

    3. In a Dark, Dark Wood (Ruth Ware)

    The studio for this adaption is New Line Cinema, and Reese will reportedly direct.

    Nora hasn't seen Clare for ten years. Not since Nora walked out of school one day and never went back. Until, out of the blue, an invitation to Clare’s hen do arrives. Is this a chance for Nora to finally put her past behind her? But something goes wrong. Very wrong. Some things can’t stay secret for ever. (Goodreads)

    4. The Thing About Jellyfish (Ali Benjamin)

    Currently in development.

    After her best friend dies in a drowning accident, Suzy is convinced that the true cause of the tragedy must have been a rare jellyfish sting-things don't just happen for no reason. Retreating into a silent world of imagination, she crafts a plan to prove her theory--even if it means traveling the globe, alone. Suzy's achingly heartfelt journey explores life, death, the astonishing wonder of the universe...and the potential for love and hope right next door. (Goodreads)

    5. All Is Not Forgotten (Wendy Walker)

    Warner Bros. won the bidding war for the rights of this adaptation.

    In the small, affluent town of Fairview, Connecticut everything seems picture perfect. Until one night when young Jenny Kramer is attacked at a local party. In the hours immediately after, she is given a controversial drug to medically erase her memory of the violent assault. But, in the weeks and months that follow, as she heals from her physical wounds, and with no factual recall of the attack, Jenny struggles with her raging emotional memory. Her father, Tom, becomes obsessed with his inability to find her attacker and seek justice while her mother, Charlotte, prefers to pretend this horrific event did not touch her perfect country club world. As they seek help for their daughter, the fault lines within their marriage and their close-knit community emerge from the shadows where they have been hidden for years, and the relentless quest to find the monster who invaded their town - or perhaps lives among them - drive this psychological thriller to a shocking and unexpected conclusion. (Goodreads)

    6. Truly Madly Guilty (Liane Moriarty)

    Reese's Pacific Standard will be co-producing this adaptation with Nicole Kidman's own banner, Blossom Films.

    In Truly Madly Guilty, Liane Moriarty takes on the foundations of our lives: marriage, sex, parenthood, and friendship. She shows how guilt can expose the fault lines in the most seemingly strong relationships, how what we don’t say can be more powerful than what we do, and how sometimes it is the most innocent of moments that can do the greatest harm. (Goodreads)

    7. Ashley's War (Gayle Lemmon)

    Fox 2000 won the bidding war for the film rights, and Abi Morgan will be the screenwriter.

    In Ashley’s War, Gayle Tzemach Lemmon uses exhaustive firsthand reporting and a finely tuned understanding of the complexities of war to tell the story of CST-2, a unit of women hand-picked from across the Army, and the remarkable hero at its heart: 1st Lt. Ashley White, who would become the first Cultural Support Team member killed in action and the first CST remembered on the Army Special Operations Memorial Wall of Honor alongside the Army Rangers with whom she served. (Goodreads)

    8. Barbie And Ruth: The Story Of The World’s Most Famous Doll And The Woman Who Created Her (Robin Gerber)

    Currently in development, but so far no studio attached.

    Barbie and Ruth is the entwined story of two exceptional women. There's Barbie: the diminutive yet arrestingly voluptuous doll unveiled at the 1959 Toy Fair who became the treasure of 90 percent of American girls and their counterparts in 150 countries. She went on to compete as an Olympic athlete, serve as an air force pilot, work as a boutique owner, run as a presidential candidate, and ignite a cultural firestorm. And then there's Ruth Handler, Barbie's creator: the tenth child of Polish Jewish immigrants, a passionately competitive and creative business pioneer, and a mother and wife who wanted it all. After a business scandal that forced Ruth out of Mattel, the company she founded, she drew on her experience as a breast cancer survivor to start a business that changed women's lives. She was ultimately honored as a pioneer, humanitarian, and masterful entrepreneur. (Goodreads)

    9. Opening Belle (Maureen Sherry Klinsky)

    Warner Bros. is moving ahead with this adaptation, which already has screenwriter Matthew Aldrich attached. Reese aims to star.

    Getting rich on Wall Street would be a lot more fun if the men would keep their hands off her assets. A whip-smart and funny novel told by a former Wall Street insider who reveals what it’s like for a working woman to balance love, ambition, and family in a world of glamorous excess, outrageous risk-taking, and jaw-dropping sexism. (Goodreads)

    10. Second Life (S.J. Watson)

    This adaptation landed at Warner Bros. and is in development.

    She loves her husband. She's obsessed by a stranger.
    She's a devoted mother. She's prepared to lose everything.
    She knows what she's doing. She's out of control.
    She's innocent. She's guilty as sin.
    She's living two lives. She might lose both... (Goodreads)

    11. The Dry (Jane Harper)

    Currently in development.

    Luke Hadler turns a gun on his wife and child, then himself. When Federal Police investigator Aaron Falk returns to Kiewarra for the funerals, he is loath to confront the people who rejected him twenty years earlier. But when his investigative skills are called on, the facts of the Hadler case start to make him doubt this murder-suicide charge. And as Falk probes deeper into the killings, old wounds start bleeding into fresh ones. For Falk and his childhood friend Luke shared a secret... A secret Falk thought long-buried... A secret which Luke's death starts to bring to the surface... (Goodreads)

    12. Napkin Notes (Garth Callaghan)

    This is being adapted by New Line Cinema, screenplay by Mike Binder.

    Every morning as he packs Emma’s lunch, Garth adds a little surprise: a “napkin note”—a short, tender message to convey his love, encouragement, and pride. Garth began writing his napkin notes when Emma was in grade school, and as she grew up, his notes became more meaningful. Shortly after Emma turned twelve, Garth learned he had kidney cancer. Determined to make the time he has left meaningful, he has compiled years’ worth of notes to get his daughter through her high school graduation. (Goodreads)

    13. First Women (Kate Andersen Brower)

    Robin Wright will direct and co-produce this adaptation, which will be a TV series. No network attached yet.

    From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the groundbreaking backstairs look at the White House, The Residence, comes an intimate, news-making look at the true modern power brokers at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue: the First Ladies, from Jackie Kennedy to Michelle Obama. (Goodreads)

    14. The Outliers (Kimberly McCreight)

    It all starts with a text: Please, Wylie, I need your help. Wylie hasn’t heard from Cassie in over a week, not since their last fight. But that doesn’t matter. Cassie’s in trouble, so Wylie decides to do what she has done so many times before: save her best friend from herself. This time it’s different, though. Instead of telling Wylie where she is, Cassie sends cryptic clues. And instead of having Wylie come by herself, Jasper shows up saying Cassie sent him to help. Trusting the guy who sent Cassie off the rails doesn’t feel right, but Wylie has no choice: she has to ignore her gut instinct and go with him. But figuring out where Cassie is goes from difficult to dangerous, fast. As Wylie and Jasper head farther and farther north into the dense woods of Maine, Wylie struggles to control her growing sense that something is really wrong. What isn’t Cassie telling them? And could finding her be only the beginning? (Goodreads)

    15. Penguin Bloom (Cameron Bloom and Bradley Trevor Greive)

    Naomi Watts is attached to star and co-produce.

    Penguin the Magpie is a global social media sensation. People the world over have fallen in love with the stunning and deeply personal images of this rescued bird and her human family. But there is far more to Penguin's story than meets the eye. It begins with a shocking accident, in which Cameron's wife, Sam, suffers a near fatal fall that leaves her paralysed and deeply depressed. Into their lives comes Penguin, an injured magpie chick abandoned after she fell from her nest. Penguin's rescue and the incredible joy and strength she gives Sam and all those who helped her survive demonstrates that, however bleak things seem, compassion, friendship and support can come from unexpected quarters, ensuring there are always better days ahead. (Goodreads)

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    which ones of these are you looking forward to, ONTD? (also, book post)

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    A haunting, artfully understated critique of American gun culture, Tim Sutton’s third feature is loosely based around the 2012 massacre in Aurora, Colorado that took place during a multiplex screening of “The Dark Knight Rises.” Employing a mesmerizing documentary-style technique and a cast of non-professional actors, DARK NIGHT follows the activities of six strangers over the course of one day, from sunrise to midnight, the shooter among them. Shot in Sarasota, Florida and lensed by veteran French DP Hélène Louvart (PINA, THE BEACHES OF AGNES), the dream-like visuals articulate both Sutton’s carefully crafted landscapes and the characters’ sense of alienation and suburban malaise. Winner of the Lanterna Magica Award at the Venice Film Festival following its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, DARK NIGHT is essential viewing, not only for art-house filmgoers, but for anyone invested in the debate over gun violence in America as well.


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    justice for peabo

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    Yes, this is real.

    Formerly known as Elizabeth, Michael and Marlon, Urban Myths is “a collection of eight original comedies exploring remarkable events that may or may not have happened, but if they did happen they probably happened something like this…”

    It will also feature one of Carrie Fisher's last on-screen roles.


    Not even gonna ask a question, just gonna leave this here.
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    • The couple has been seeing each other since the end of October/beginning of November.

    • This is the first time Perrie makes a relationship public since the end of her engagement in the summer of 2015.

    • Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain plays for Arsenal.

    source / source

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    Part One
    Part Two
    Part Three

    • As Lisa Marie Presley of the Memphis Presleys continues to be treated at a Los Angeles rehab center, Schrocken has FINALLY resurfaced after hiding out from Lisa Marie's lawyers. He is requesting 40k a month in Spousal Support PLUS 100k for lawyer fees.

    • M'LADY is whining he has been living below the poverty line, has been forced to sell his belongings and has been sleeping on a friend's couch since the Memphis princess gave him the boot and has refused to support him after she discovered he was stealing her money. He was also abusive.

    • While Bargain Bin Ric Ocasek was paid to act as her musical director, Lisa Marie also supported him and the rest of the family.

    Behind the cut, the tea

    • While Scarebeast didn't sign a prenup when she asked him to, he was "forced" to sign a post-nup in 2007 when she found out he hadn't. He signed to "pacify" her because she yelled at him. The agreement stops him from receiving spousal support, which he claims is unfair because she's rich.

    • Lisa Marie's inheritance is 300 million thanks to Elvis' estate, she was also worth an additional 60 million when A Grotesque Cloning Experiment Which Went Horribly Wrong signed the post-nup. She gets a monthly income/allowance of $100k from the estate, which he apparently feels entitled to.

    • Lisa Marie and their children fled left the family home in Tennessee to move to Los Angeles last June, he intended to follow them there. When he arrived, he found out from the Internet Lisa Marie was divorcing him and he was being investigated by Child Protective Services. Lisa Marie also was hiding out at her mother’s, not the family home.

    • While Lisa Marie claimed he was verbally and physically abusive for years, he claims the problems started over an AmEx he had maxed out, which Judge Doom used to maintain the Presley lifestyle and he was unable to buy presents for his wife and children that were appropriate to her wealth.

    • In spring of 2016, Lisa Marie demanded Slenderman sell his musical equipment to pay off the debt, he agreed but continued to use other credit cards of her money.

    • The Tim Burton villain had to return his car because Lisa Marie stopped making payments.

    • Times Square Willy Wonka's asked the court not to enforce the post-nup, stating: "I relied on her to support me for many years, I gave up my career and lost my professional connections because of her insistence that I be available to her and not work with other people, I am now in my mid-50s with no income and no assets, and I received nothing for supposedly giving up the right to receive spousal support."

    • Lisa Marie remains at a Los Angeles rehab center and has obviously not commented om his petition.


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    In a now deleted tweet the LegendAri singer let's a fan know that the follow up to her hit album Dangerous Woman is already "done". As is always the case, she can't help herself and shares information about her projects way too early... #BuyEverydayOniTunes

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    videos of Rami and Boy George

    source 1/2/3/4/5/6/7

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    source: SeanPaulVEVO

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    While discussing Mariah's NYE flub, Adrienne shared her own embarrassing performance memory back from her 3LW days (skip to 4:10). Basically, Kiely Williams forgot her verse and abandoned her group members on stage. The shade comes when Adrienne refuses to name Kiely, instead referring to her as the "rapper" of the group, despite Kiely being a lead vocalist. To add insult to injury, Tamera then asks, "what did he do?", not even realizing who Adrienne was referring to. Interestingly, Adrienne DID name Nautri, who left the group after being assaulted with KFC.


    is this the future of fourth harmony?

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