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    Sofia Vergara sees no problem with paying for sex.

    The actress stars in the new movie Fading Gigolo, which features a male escort played by John Turturro, and discussed the movie’s prostitution themes in a new interview.

    She explains, “Fortunately, I’ve never fell into that point of having to pay for sex, but I don’t wanna judge anyone and after seeing the movie, it’s true, some people are lonely and I think life is short and you should do whatever you need to do to make yourself happy and enjoy your life.”


    “And if you can afford it, why not?” asks Vergara.

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  • 04/20/14--05:37: Michfest announces lineup
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    Often contentious, annual Womyn's festival Michfest will be held Aug 5 -10.
    Link:http://www.michfest.com/performances/

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    A former Disney actor is calling BS on allegations Bryan Singer once sexually assaulted an underage actor... telling us the "X-Men" director could have raped him plenty of times -- but never laid a hand on him.

    Matthew Smith -- a gay actor who starred in some "Wizards of Waverly Place" episodes -- says he met Singer in 2007 through a friend when he was 17 ... and they grew close over the next 2 years.

    Matt says he and Singer were alone several times -- even flying together on a private jet -- but Singer never tried to force himself on the actor.  Bryan even invited Smith's mom to tag along for dinner.

    As we previously reported, Singer is one of many who attends wild Hollywood parties with young gay males.

    Smith says he's sure Michael Egan -- the guy accusing Singer of sexually assaulting him at an L.A. party in '98 and Hawaii in '99 -- is only in it for the money adding, "he'll get murdered in court."

    Time will tell.

    Source -- http://www.tmz.com/2014/04/20/bryan-singer-disney-star-he-didnt-rape-me-michael-egan-matthew-smith/

    Yeah, because he didn't rape you, no one else got raped. Dumb cunt.

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    3 days to go until the single version & music video premiere + iTunes pre-order goes live!

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    Now that they’ve finished rehearals for the Where We Are tour and One Direction have more than one day off in a row, Harry Styles has of course jetted back over to LA like he’s just nipped to the corner shop, and yesterday he was spotted enjoying a nice, relaxing round of golf. Tally ho old sport.
    We’d bet our entire supply of biscuits that he doesn’t actually play any golf and just spends his day recreating the whole High School Musical 2 Bet On It routine, including the pirouettes and dramatic pond reflection bit.

    Fuelling rumours that we might see Harreh pop up at Coachella in a flower crown this weekend, a couple of fans managed to grab a photo with him as he played a few rounds in the Palm Desert area of LA, just a short drive from the festival.
    But rather than dancing round teeny weeny denim hot pants and some wellies, Harry was looking super duper suave in his golfing gear, otherwise known as OUR KRYPTONITE.
    The slouchy polo shirt, the baseball cap, the baggy trousers... Swoon. Pretty sure the only reason Harry plays golf is so that he has an excuse to wear loose fitting clothes for once rather than his painted on skinny jeans. Nice and breezy.

    THAT HAIR THOUGH. Good grief, it’s longer, more voluminous and more bodacious than all of ours put together. We might have to start calling him Rapunzel soon - either that or Simba.
    Ahhh Golf Harry is one of the best kinds of Harry, dont you agree? Let us know how lovely you think he is in the comments box below, and most importantly pop a vote below to let us know what you think of his FLOWING LOCKS.




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    Jamie Dornan and his wife Amelia Warner having breakfast together at a cafe in Notting Hill in London on April, 18













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    i'm not a fan of men wearing sport clothes during the day but lets imagine he went to breakfast after gym workout lol
    the sheriff of my heart is still perfect <3



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    Filming a scene for the fourth season of 'Girls' in NYC on April 16, 2014






    Lena Dunham and Andrew Rannels at the Point Honors New York gala at New York Public Library on April 7, 2014 in New York City




    heading to meet Taylor Swift in New York City, New York on April 14, 2014




    Jemima Kirke at the 'Time Is Illmatic' Opening Night Premiere during the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival on April 16, 2014 in NYC




    Zosia Mamet at the Private New York Premiere of "Farmland" during the Tribeca Film Festival on April 17, 2014 in NYC



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    Adam Driver at the "Ballet 422" Premiere during the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival on April 19, 2014 in NYC



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    Rupert Everett has criticised today’s female pop stars because of their ‘elephant ankles’, ‘massive thighs’ and habit of selling sex.

    In an interview in this weekend’s Event magazine, Everett, the star of films such as My Best Friend’s Wedding and Shakespeare In Love, calls Beyoncé an out-of-control egomaniac and dismisses Lady Gaga’s music as too conventional.


    He says: ‘All these girls in pop, from Miley Cyrus to Beyoncé to Rihanna, overtly sell sex. They are practically naked in their videos.’

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    He adds: ‘Gaga is the most interesting of the lot of them; she does have true ideas, although her music is terribly conventional.’

    Everett, 54, who is openly gay, says none of the stars matches his idea of feminine beauty. ‘I grew up with the idea of female beauty being delicate with long, slim legs. Now it’s terribly “in” for women to have these huge great legs with massive thighs.’

    The actor is particularly scathing about Beyoncé, who he says has ‘elephant ankles’. He adds: ‘She and her husband Jay-Z live like a modern-day Greek god and goddess. It’s unbelievable.’



    What do you think, ONTD? Is Gaga the most interesting pop star? Does Beyoncé have elephant ankles? Let me know in the comments below.

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    The 100-strong list, compiled by 1000 Americans from all 50 states, featured famous faces from past and present, with the likes of Dick Van Dyke, Will Smith, Judy Garland and Eminem featuring alongside ex-presidents, inventors and authors.

    The King even toppled the President – Elvis Presley featured higher than Barack Obama in the poll.

    Other great Americans to feature on the list, comprised following a poll of 1,000 Americans from across all 50 states, include first president George Washington, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and animation pioneer Walt Disney.

    The youngest star to make the top 100 was controversial singer Miley Cyrus, 21.

    “Abraham Lincoln is considered by many to be one of the greatest American presidents, and it also seems most see him as the greatest American as well.

    “His two terms in office had a huge effect on America as we know it today, and his actions changed the country in so many ways.

    “In fact, a large number of those to feature in the top twenty are politicians, either from the past or recent times.

    “In comparison, most of today’s ‘celebrities’ could only make it into the second half of the list, with just a handful of recent singers, actors and TV personalities in the top 50.”

    The list includes a string of politicians, sports stars, actors, singers and television personalities, while businessmen and inventors also featured.

    But by far and away the most votes went to ex-presidents




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  • 04/20/14--09:29: Kelis - Food album stream
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    Kelis has been busy recently and not just in the studio. Her impressive performances at Austin's SXSW festival were interspersed with another passion of hers – cooking – and you could catch the R&B star cruising around the city handing out free duck sliders and glazed ribs to fans.

    Her two passions intertwine on her sixth album, Food. Just check the titles: Breakfast, Jerk Ribs, Friday Fish Fry, Biscuits N' Gravy.

    Musically, the flavour is very much a retro one - a propulsive brass section is one of many classic soul stylings here - although this being Kelis, the whole affair never feels anything but modern. Following the David Guetta-fuelled dance direction of her previous album Flesh Tone, this can be considered the latest in a line of impressive stylistic switches.

    Do you agree? Have a listen using the player below and let us know if Food whets your appetite.


    Listen to the album at the source.

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    As expected, Captain America: The Winter Soldier is indeed at the #1 spot for a third straight week. The superhero holdover claimed its third straight win at the Stateside box office, grossing $26.6 million for a domestic cumulative of $201.5 million. Indeed, it has performed so well that the Marvel Studios sequel is just days away from crossing $600 million worldwide!

    The Marvel wonder, which fell just 36% Friday-Sunday, has surpassed the original “Captain America” ($177 million) in only 15 days domestically. Globally, the sequel also has far surpassed its predecessor with a whopping $586.6 million, of which overseas territories have contributed $385.1 million and counting.

    So, with a current worldwide total of around $586 million, Captain America: The Winter Soldier is now closing in on Iron Man 2's $623 million and Thor: The Dark World's $644 million to become the third highest grossing Marvel Studios movie behind only Iron Man 3 and The Avengers. Can it do it? We'll have to wait and see, but with numbers like these from this weekend, it certainly seems likely! Also, as confident as Warner Bros. are in Batman Vs. Superman, this has got to giving them second thoughts about facing off against Captain America 3 in 2016.





















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    “Married to Medicine” newcomer Dr. Heavenly Kimes raised a few eyebrows on the show when she spoke about being submissive to her husband.

    However, the successful wife of a fellow doctor said she’s proud to show viewers how she respects her husband and what their happy marriage looks like.
    “I submit to my husband. I make my husband’s food. I take care of the household. I understand my role as a wife and a mother,” she told Sister 2 Sister.
    Heavenly’s professional colleague Dr. Simone Whitmore expressed her surprise when Heavenly addressed her husband as “daddy.” Simone joked that she’d only heard a woman use that term to describe her pimp…in the movie Hustle & Flow.
    “I thought that was cute,” said Heavenly who explained that her husband and son have the same name. “When my son was born, I would say ‘Damon’ and both of them would answer.”

    While some may consider her traditional beliefs on marriage antiquated, Heavenly said she thinks it’s good for viewers to see how she and her hubby relate to one another.
    “Black women need to see a woman who takes care of a household, who’s married with children and that’s not seen a whole lot,” said Heavenlywho thinks she and her “Married to Medicine” co-stars are offering a positive portrayal of a demographic that’s often depicted negatively.
    “It should be applauded that all of us are educated,” she said. “We talk about business, money and relationships. I think that’s a part of the whole scope of life.”


    Though they’re all educated, professional women, they still have buttons that can be pushed. Although she’s new to the cast, Heavenly already bumped heads with Dr. Jackie Walters who lectured a full-figured pageant queen about her weight.
    “I think that Dr. Jackie is not a happy person. I’m not understanding why she has to belittle people that she does not know,” Heavenly wrote in her most recent BravoTV.com blog. “It did not come from a good place,” she said of Jackie’s concern for the plus-sized beauty.
    Heavenly said she was surprised by how differently she and her cast members see life, but she thinks they’ll be able to resolve conflicts without resorting to violence, like co-stars Mariah Huq and Toya Bush Harris did in season1.

    “I hated the physical violence… Even if there is a disagreement, a physical altercation is not a way to resolve an issue,” said Heavenly who thinks she knows how to avoid such situations.
    “I have enough respect for the women to agree to disagree,” she said. “We can handle it in a ladylike way.”



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    Today is Easter Sunday, and celebs are taking to Twitter to share well-wishes.





















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    The Grammy-winning DJ tells TIME about his biggest musical influences, his upcoming album and musicians he hopes to collaborate with on future projects



    You’ve played a lot of big venues, a lot of festivals. What’s special to you about Coachella?

    Coachella is one of the most important festivals in the world. I played here two years ago, and it was an incredible experience, but I played very early on. Obviously, you kind of want to have a nighttime slot, and now I have one of the best slots I could ever dream of. I love the Sahara tent and the vibe in there. From the first moment people get in there, there is an energy that I haven’t seen on any other stage of the festival.

    You won a Grammy for Clarity. What was that moment like?

    It was entirely unreal. I brought my family out. I was kind of nervous because I thought maybe they expected me to win, and if I didn’t, it might be kind of awkward. It’s the first time they’ve ever been to America. My whole team was there also…

    So I saw the names on the big screen and then somehow everything started moving in slow motion… I didn’t even realize they called my name until everyone around me screamed in my ear, and I’m like ‘alright, I got to think of something to say now.’

    I had nothing prepared. I would have felt weird if I prepared a speech and didn’t win, and at the same time, I thought that if I didn’t prepare something, at least it will be really honest and real, and it was.

    How did you get to work with Lady Gaga?

    I remixed songs for [Gaga's] label, and I told the label that my dream would be to one day to make a song for her… And then one day, there was a point where they wanted to take my remix [of one of her songs] as a single version. They wanted me to meet her, so I played a show in London, and she was there. I got to talk with her for a minute, and she was like “lets make music together.”

    Then I wrote this little song – it was a minute and a half – and she heard [it] and called me immediately and basically wanted me to make the album. So it was a lucky thing. I wrote this piece and I didn’t even think she would love it, but I thought it was really good and different and didn’t sound like anything else out there. And then we slowly started working, and been working on tour together in Asia and after the shows we sat down and started writing songs. And then we were in the studio for months. So it’s been wild.

    Are there any other artists you would love to work with?

    There are a million. There are people like Adele, and I love Katy Perry. There are also all the artists that inspired me to write music that I write today, like Radiohead, so I would love to work with and see what that would be like. Empire of the Sun is a band I love – I got to make a remix for them. Feeder is another one.

    Who is your biggest musical influence?

    Tough question. Daft Punk was a huge inspiration for getting started in electronic music. Queen has been one of the most inspirational bands for me over the course of the last years…because I’ve listened to their music and realized how much we don’t do in electronic music and how big the field is to bring in ideas from other worlds. Radiohead is a band that has been very inspirational for me. Silverchair is another one. Mostly not electronic music acts to be completely honest.

    Do you find yourself trying to incorporate those artists into your music?

    I do. I’m working on my new album now. There’s a song I started writing 2 and a half years ago, and I loved it, but I didn’t have the right spot for it [on Clarity]. Now I’ve come back to it. I took all the synths out, and replaced them with guitars. That’s something I would not have done a year ago. I think other genres definitely inspire me and make me do things I usually would not do or maybe that other people in the genre do.

    What can you tell me about the new album?

    It will sound a little different. I have a lot of song ideas, and I’ve started slowly producing and picking singers, which for me is the most important part. I think it will be similar to Clarity, but wider [and] more inspiration from other genres.

    Where does your inspiration come from?

    I’m not the kind of person who says when I see a beautiful landscape I’m inspired to write about song. To me, it’s music that inspires music. Whenever I hear a chord progression I haven’t heard before, I’m always like, ‘damn, why didn’t I think of this?’ That’s why I love Queen so much. One song of theirs has as much range as an album of other people’s music. When I hear something I didn’t expect to hear, that’s what gives me a push.

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    Although Kylie Jenner claims that she’s never had plastic surgery, one expert thinks otherwise, exclusively telling RadarOnline.com the reality star has at least had lip injections.

    Jenner’s recent Instagram photos began to spark buzz online, as fans commented on the Keeping Up With The Kardashians‘ plumped up pout.

    “Those lips! You look like Angelina Jolie,” one fan commented, with another asking, “Is that JUST lip plumper?”

    Dr. Jason Diamond, a Beverly Hills board certified plastic surgeon, exclusively told Radar that Jenner appears to have experimented with lip injections.

    “It appears she has had hyaluronic acid injected into her lips. This is administered via fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane,” said Dr. Diamond, who has not personally worked with Jenner.

    Lip injections start around $700 and are recommended to be repeated every six months to keep up the look.

    Although Jenner’s older sisters, Kim and Kourtney Kardashian have copped to getting Botox and breast implants, the youngest of Kris and Bruce Jenner‘s daughters hit back at claims that she is already visiting doctors for cosmetic procedures.

    “These plastic surgery rumors hurt my feelings to be honest and are kind of insulting,” she wrote. “Just in case anyone forgot.. I’m 16.”

    Do you think Jenner has had lip injections? Sound off in comments below.

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    Her lips look so natural, all the praise for her surgeon imo

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    Ballad drops less than a day after new album announcement



    The very same day he announced a new studio album in the works and a new partnership with Warner Bros. Records, Prince surprised fans with a brand new single, "The Breakdown," which he dropped shortly before midnight on Friday.

    The power ballad begins with a few stark, echoing keyboard chords before Prince's sweet falsetto enters, promising listeners that "This could be the saddest story ever been told." What unfolds is a tale of excess and regret, with a lush, string-orchestrated chorus punctuated by laser sound effects.

    Prince referred to the song during an interview with Arsenio Hall in March, when asked about his current favorite song to play. "There's a song we've just written called, 'The Breakdown,'" he said. "One of the things that we try to do, though, is wait until we have other songs that go together with our favorites. That's why it takes a long time to come out with albums these days. You know, not being under contract, there's no rush."

    And now "The Breakdown" has become the first release following the announcement of Prince's reunion with Warner Bros., more than two decades after Prince scrawled the word "slave" on his face to protest his contract with the label. As part of the new partnership, Warner Bros. will release previously unheard material and a digitally remastered, deluxe 30th anniversary edition to the 1984 soundtrack album Purple Rain.

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    Game of Thrones director Alex Graves shocked fans last week with Joffrey's (Jack Gleeson) death. This week he tackled the aftermath of the Purple Wedding in an episode that contains one of the series' most disturbing scenes to date.
    As Cersei (Lena Headey) is mourning her son, Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) comes in to comfort her and pay his respects. Things get hot and heavy between the siblings/lovers, but when Cersei attempts to put a stop to it, Jaime rapes her. To add another layer to the already disturbing scene, their son's dead body is just inches away.
    "The whole thing for me was about dead Joffrey lying there, watching the whole thing," Graves tells The Hollywood Reporter. "I wanted to make sure I had Jack in there as much as I could. Of course Lena and Nikolaj laughed every time I would say 'You grab her by the hair, and Jack is right there,' or 'you come around this way and Jack is right there.' "

    Why was it key that Joffrey was in the scene?
    "He is their first born. He is their sin. He is their lust, and their love – their everything," says Graves. "If he's gone, what's going to happen?"
    Here, the director breaks down the rest of the episode – revealing which scene he thinks has "one of the best speeches in the series" and why its events are essential for the rest of the season.
    This feels like Tywin's episode. What was filming his scene with him and Tommen like?
    That was one of the greatest days I've ever had filming. To film Charles (Dance) kidnapping Lena's son with words for three minutes of monologue – and to have Lena keeping up with him at the highest bar of acting possible with no words at all – was a joy. It was directorial crack to do that scene. It was one of my favorite scenes I've ever shot. It's almost like a build from Ordinary People meets a Hitchcock movie, because you're sitting here going "this is so dysfunctional and bizarre." She's a wreck. Tywin is really going on about this historical stuff, and you slowly start to go "he's kidnapping her only boy," because she's not going to have him anymore. And then he succeeds, and then Jaime comes in and he rapes her. That was like – you read the scene and go "Wait, who's directing this?"

    That whole scene has to be one of the most taboo, disturbing things that has happened on the show.
    I'm never that excited about going to film forced sex. But the whole thing for me was about dead Joffrey lying there, watching the whole thing. (Showrunners) David (Benioff) and Dan (Weiss) loved that, and I was like, I wanted to make sure I had Jack in there as much as I could. Of course Lena and Nickola laughed every time I would say "You grab her by the hair, and Jack is right there," or "you come around this way and Jack is right there."
    Why was it so important to have Joffrey's body in the scene?
    He is their first born. He is their sin. He is their lust, and their love – their everything. If he's gone, what's going to happen? Jaime is still trying to believe as hard as he possibly can that he's in love with Cersei. He can't admit that he is traumatized by his family and he's been forced his whole life to be something he doesn't want to be. What he is -- but has to deny -- is he is actually the good knight, like Brienne.


    The Daenerys stuff was pretty crazy too. It calls back to the scene with the Unsullied you directed last year.
    That was when I was done prepping the Purple Wedding. I went home, and instead of sleeping I had to plan that. I always called Meereen my 8 p.m. – 2 a.m. part-time job. If you get into the marrow of that daily storyline it is always, always Emilia (Clarke). She is the most motivating, stimulating young actor of many I've worked with. She is utterly old-school professional. She carries around a ripped up, wrecked, ruined version of the book we're shooting, because she is one of the only people who reads the books. And behind all of that, every time you say action, you watch this performance occur that is Nirvana.
    What was she like shooting the episode's big Daenerys finale?
    You're in a rock quarry with like 500 smelly guys, and the crew is exhausted, and everybody is on edge, and Emilia comes on set and all of a sudden the whole crew is like (In a sing-songy voice): "Emilia! Good morning Emilia, how are you?" It brings out the best in everybody. It's like Audrey Hepburn has just walked on to the set. And nobody is more gracious than she is on the set. It's just great. She is a good example.

    Earlier on we had this very sad scene. There's a very cute family, where the father and son are talking, and then the dad is immediately shot with an arrow. What was the purpose of that?
    What it's saying is no one's safe who's up in the North. It's saying that you're not out of harm's way no matter how remote your village is, because the two warring forces there are now unavoidable and are headed for something big. What we're watching play out is the Wildling's strategy, which is they are doing such horrible things that Jon Snow will have to come down and fight them. And Jon has to resist them as long as they can.
    Arya and the Hound also meet an adorable family, whom the Hound robs, but justifies his robbery with this great speech.
    That's one of the best speeches in the series, and it's the times they live in. The Hound is saying "Arya. You're a lot like your father. Don't be too much like your father or you're going to end up dead."  And that's a very important turning point for her. It's really a question of who is she going to become? This girl who has seen her family murdered over and over again? What's going to happen to this traumatized kid and how is she taking it in?
    You also directed episodes eight and ten of this season. What can you tell us about what's next for Thrones?
    Episode three is in part an aftermath episode, where you settle and everything takes a turn toward the second half of the season, whether it's Castle Black, where the battle is coming and they realize they are going to have to do something. Episode three is actually a series of really beautifully written scenes, that smartly ends with Meereen, which is the beginning. You have all these beautiful scenes to play out, and then you get a big smashing end to the episode, which is like the opening sequence of a movie as the end. Three is really setting up the last three episodes of the season.





    The third episode of season four – Breaker of Chains - started exactly where the last left off, with Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) dumbly picking up the cup which apparently killed King Joffrey, as Cersei (Lena Headey) got stuck between cradling her dead child’s head and screaming for guards to arrest her brother for his murder. Meanwhile, Ser Dontos, the fat jester, was whisking Sansa (Sophie Turner) off to a rowing boat while Lannister guards closed the city.
    As the Telegraph has noted elsewhere, with this list of likely suspects and motives, not only does no one know who killed Joffrey, everyone has a motive. Fans of The Simpsons will be powerfully reminded of the episode Who Shot Mr Burns?
    At the moment, it seems, the only person we can reasonably rule out is Cersei, who for all her many and various faults very much loves her children. As Tyrion, by this stage sitting forlornly in a cell, told Pod (Daniel Portman), “Cersei is the only person I know who didn’t do it, which makes it unique as King’s Landing murders go.”
    The whole episode had a morning-after-the-night-before feel, shocked and raw and tender. But it had a few moments of its own. Notably, there was a stab at a “most shocking thing so far in the series”, which is getting ever harder to achieve, as Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) raped his twin sister, Cersei, next to the cold corpse of Joffrey, the offspring of their twincest. Mary Whitehouse, thou shouldst be living at this hour. The new, one-handed, shorter-haired Jaime, by the way, looks vaguely like a Nineties-vintage Bryan Adams.
    It wasn’t all in King’s Landing - we popped up north to see Sam struggling with the responsibility of his new sort-of family, and a bunch of wildlings slaughter a village; and we followed Arya’s increasingly strident but still fruitless efforts to tame the Hound. Oh, and we rowed out into the sea off King’s Landing where Sansa was taken to meet Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish (Aiden Gillen), who has for some reason upped both the Irishness and the creepiness of his accent, so that now he sounds like Colin Farrell doing a heavy-breathing phone call.
    But mainly it was in the capital, in the shocked aftermath. But not everyone is shocked. The marvellously lizardlike Tywin (Charles Dance) stole an early scene: with one grandson lying dead beside him, he calmly asked the other, Tommen (Dean-Charles Chapman, a new casting), what the most important attribute is for a king. He dressed it up well, but in essence the answer Tywin wa
    nted was “doing what your grandfather tells you”. Tommen, meanwhile, who had what might well have been his first lines in the show, was also pretty calm about the whole thing, and generally seems far less of a crazy person than his older brother was. Which is a shame, really.

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    Two robots in white join the night three headliners for the song "Get Lucky." Also: Beck makes an appearance.



    Coachella 2014 has featured a slew of unannounced guests over its two-weekend bow, but perhaps the biggest surprise of all came on Sunday night as Arcade Fire performed its headlining slot.

    It was then that frontman Win Butler announced "some very special guests and we're just going to bring them up up front." Some in the crowd claim to have heard Butler say "Paft Dunk."



    Enter: what looked to be the two members of Daft Punk dressed all in white and wearing their trademark robot hats. They proceeded to perform a slowed-down, slinky version of "Get Lucky," their summer smash from last year. It is unclear, however, whether the two were in fact Daft Punk members Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo or if Arcade Fire were simply punking the Coachella audience.

    After all, during the band's weekend one set, Butler criticized the overabundance of EDM acts by dedicating a song "for all the bands at this festival playing real instruments." Perhaps he was pulling one over on the crowd.

    So far, neither reps for Daft Punk or Arcade Fire have confirmed if the appearance was legit.

    Towards the end of the set, Beck appeared to sing a cover of Prince's "Controversy" with the band. The artist wore the same pope costume that Breaking Bad actor Aaron Paul donned the previous weekend.

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    Mods, I know you hate tag requests, but could we get an Arcade Fire tag?

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