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    Hint: you won't have that apartment, that job or that many boyfriends. You probably don't have a monkey, and you definitely don't know how to cook.

    High-waisted jeans are back in, and people still drink a lot of coffee — but that’s pretty much all our adult lives have in common with the poker-playing, apartment-swapping lives of the characters on Friends.

    It’s been ten years since the series finale aired, and for those of us who spent hour upon hour watching the show, it’s still a bummer that our lives aren’t exactly like those of Rachel, Monica, Ross, Chandler, Phoebe and Joey. Adulthood was supposed to be about coordinated New Years’ dances, football games for troll trophies and songs about malodorous felines. Dating was supposed to be fun! (It’s not.)

    Here are 10 lies Friends told you (and us) about life in our twenties:

    1. Your friends are always around and never have anything better to do but hang out with you.

    On Friends, every room you walk into is automatically full of great company. This is not the case in the real world. In fact, it’s more likely that you’ll run into the one person you hate than the five people you love. We spend more time texting about when we’ll hang out than actually hanging out.

    2. You can count on getting a seat on the comfy couch at the coffee shop.

    This cruel lie set us up for a lifetime of near-misses with coffee shop couches. The couch at Central Perk is always unoccupied and always has exactly enough room for all the friends to comfortably sit. In the real world, there’s only one reason a couch in a coffee shop stays open for long, and it usually has to do with some kind of bodily fluid or spillage.

    3. Working is more of a suggestion than a requirement.

    Just to pick on Central Perk once more: you have to wonder what cushy jobs all the friends had that they could take hour-long coffee breaks at a coffee shop far from their places of work in the middle of the day. Which makes #4 even more befuddling.

    4. You can pay for a two-bedroom apartment in Greenwich Village on waitressing tips and chef’s wages.

    Alright, Rachel and Monica “inherited” the apartment and all its amazing furniture from Monica’s grandmother, but they would still have to make rent on a part-time chef and waitress’ salaries. Seems a little too good to be true. Alas, it is.

    5. You can have kids and still hang out with your friends just as much as you did before.

    Nothing seems to get in the way of the friends hanging out at Central Perk, not even parenthood. Ben is born in the first season and Emma is born in the eighth season, but neither kid really seems to put a real dent in Ross or Rachel’s social life, which is mighty convenient. Emma tags along to the coffee shop all the time, and Ben basically becomes Ross’s ex-wife’s problem (even though Ross talked all the time about what a great dad he was.)

    Favorite Friends moment, ONTD?
    5 more at the source

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin announced Monday that he has signed off on a ban of foul language across a wide array of media, including cinema, events, concerts, literature and theater, according to Russia’s state-run news agency ITAR-Tass.

    Much of mat springs from a handful of base words, as David Remnick explains in the New Yorker. The big four are khuy (“cock”), pizda (“cunt”), ebat’ (“to fuck”), and blyad (“whore” or “bitch”)—and those words will be banned from movies, concerts, and theatre performances starting July 1.

    Prescribed punishments include fines of anywhere from $40 to $1,400, depending on whether the violator is a private citizen, an official, or a business. Movies that use the words won’t be certified for distribution, effectively cutting them off from a national audience.

    There are exceptions, but they’re extremely murky. According to Remnick, the Ministry of Culture claims the swearing ban will only affect “pop culture” and will not apply to art: “It will be up to the artistic director to decide what to do with swearing, whether to break the new law or not, we will not interfere in the process.”

    But the difference between“pop culture” and “art” is whatever the Kremlin says it is.

    And Putin’s administration isn’t exactly known asprogressive when it comes to freedom of expression.

    Additional reporting:

    The new law includes events, concerts, books and theater

    If filmmakers are looking to release a gritty, expletive-laden crime drama in Russia, it may be hard getting past the country’s strict new law.

    Russian President Vladimir Putin announced Monday that he has signed off on a ban of foul language across a wide array of media, including cinema, events, concerts, literature and theater, according to Russia’s state-run news agency ITAR-Tass.

    The controversial new law which outright bans foul language on all films is certainly one that could complicate international distribution. The law states that any film containing foul words will be denied a coveted distribution certificate.

    And it won’t help to go rogue either: a film that screens in Russia without a certificate will be fined up to $2,793. Any film distributors caught a second time will be given a $5,586 fine and a three month suspension.

    The law effects home distribution as well. Any book, video or piece of music that contains explicit language will be sealed with a protective cover that warns Russian consumers of the package’s foul contents.

    The new law comes on the heels of a wave of media censorship from the Russia. Mimi Steinbauer, president of Radiant Films International, told TheWrap that television stations aren’t buying any content that contains homosexuality. “Anything even remotely smacking of it,” Steinbauer said.

    The law will take effect July 1.


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  • 05/06/14--20:35: Kimbra - 90's Music

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    thoughts? i love it

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    Halt and Catch Fire premieres June 1st


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    You can always count on the General Hospital Nurses Ball to deliver three things — song, dance and powder-keg romance.

    The iconic event, airing on the ABC soap May 8 through 14, will boast lots of surprise guests and musical performances and is produced and hosted, as always, by that adorable ditz Lucy Coe.

    As the Nurses Ball 2014 begins, several popular Port Charles residents will be noticeably absent from the Red Carpet and stuck at home watching the festivities on TV.

    Old and new loves will percolate while others find themselves in awkward situations.

    The Nurses' Ball is founded in 1994 by Lucy Coe as a fundraiser for HIV and AIDS awareness and research. It is held at the Port Charles Hotel (where the Metro Court Hotel stands today), and attended by most everyone in Port Charles.

    Will the swanky charity gala be yet another Lucy triumph — or a personal nightmare? Lucy, you see, recently had a fling with her ex-husband, Port Charles D.A. Scott Baldwin (Kin Shriner), but decided to end it and stick with her current hubby, Kevin (Jon Lindstrom). So far, Kevin doesn't know about Lucy's indiscretion...but that may change at the Ball.

    Lynn Herring (Lucy)

    Chad Duell (Michael), Zachary Garred (Levi), Ryan Paevey (Nathan), Kristen Alderson (Kiki), Katie Johnsrud (General Mills, maker of sponsor Yoplait), Adam George (General Mills), Haley Pullos (Molly), Kelly Monaco (Sam), Tequan Richmond (TJ), Ryan Carnes (Lucas), Kirsten Storms (Maxie), Emme Rylan (Lulu)

    Lisa LoCicero (Olivia), Dominic Zamprogna (Dante) and Emme Rylan (Lulu)

    Brooklyn Rae Silzer (Emma), Ian Buchanan (Duke), Michael Leone (Cameron) and Finola Hughes (Anna)

    Marc Anthony Samuel (Felix), Sonya Eddy (Epiphany) and Rebecca Herbst (Elizabeth)

    sources: TVGuide, WeLoveSoaps

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    Meet Brooke Birmingham. She’s the 28-year-old, Quad Cities, Ill., blogger behind the site Brooke: Not on a Diet, where she chronicles her incredible weight-loss progress. Over the past four years, she’s managed to lose more than 170 pounds. And she’s kept it off for the past year too.

    That’s pretty impressive and inspiring! Shape magazine thought so too, which is why it contacted her to be a part of its “Success Stories” series.

    “Success Stories” chronicles inspiring stories of real people who have lost weight and changed their lives.

    But when Brooke submitted this “after” photo of herself in a bikini, Shape insisted she send in another of herself in a tee.

    The reporter got back to me and said: Thank you! These should work but I’ll let you know if my editor needs anything else. Talk to you soon!

    We did the phone interview and chatted for about a half hour about my journey, my weight loss tips, and other things. She was super friendly and I enjoyed talking to her. She let me know that she would work on my piece and get back to me as soon as she knew when it would be published. I figured I’d here back in the next week or so, when only a couple of days later, I got the following email:

    Currently featured on their website

    After going back and forth with Shape, Brooke eventually decided not to allow them to use her story.

    “If I couldn’t have the picture of me in my bikini to go along with my story, then it wasn’t MY story,” she wrote on her blog. “The story I wanted to tell and shout out to the world, not their ideal story. So, if I couldn’t tell it my way, then they weren’t going to be able to tell it at all.”

    “It all boils down to, I want people to know they shouldn’t feel ashamed of how they look,” she told BuzzFeed. “They should love their body no matter what. I wear a bikini because it makes me feel good. Just because you don’t have what the media portrays as the ideal body, you’re still beautiful.”

    As for what she hopes others will take from her experience, Brooke says that she wants to open up a dialogue about what bodies really look like after extreme weight loss. “I get that they’re a business. I get that America is judging on appearance, but at the same time, some of us need to see the real thing.”

    From her blog:
    The whole thing still really frustrates me because I don’t feel like my body was given the same respect as others on their site. Why all of the sudden is it their policy to have fully clothed people? The reporter stated that she wasn’t sure if someone had complained about the previous photos to Shape or not. But in my eyes if someone is complaining about them featuring women in bikinis, then again they shouldn’t have them anywhere on the site.

    If anything, the should want my picture on their site. My body is real, not photoshopped or hidden because I feel like I should be ashamed. This is a body after losing 172 pounds, a body that has done amazing things, and looks AMAZING in a freaking bikini.

    This is the type of body they should have featured because it can give people hope. Hope that they can lose weight healthfully and even if they don’t end up with airbrushed abs of steel, they’re gorgeous and shouldn’t be ashamed of whatever imperfection they believe they have.

    Women today are exposed SO MUCH to what society sees as the ideal body. The perfect hourglass shape with no arm flab, a thigh gap, full lips, perfect breasts, and a flat tummy. We believe from the time we are little girls that to be beautiful we must have these things. If we’re not the ideal beautiful, then we should be ashamed and not feel like we are good enough.

    “This is a result of a misunderstanding with a freelance writer. This does not represent Shape’s editorial values and the comments made about Shape’s ‘editorial policy’ are absolutely untrue. Shape prides itself on empowering and celebrating women like Brooke, and any indication that we would not run the piece with the photo provided was wrong, as we would have been proud to share her inspirational story.​”

    When BuzzFeed reached out to the freelancer handling the story, Jessica Girdwain, all she would say was, “I totally support what [Shape] says.” Girdwain is not currently under contract with Shape.

    Misunderstanding or not, since Brooke posted about her Shape experience on her blog last week, the response has been overwhelmingly positive.

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    Prince William may be second in line to the throne, but that doesn't mean he's above flying in Economy Class on a domestic flight.

    The heir was reportedly called "humble" by fellow passengers when he snubbed first class and mingled with Joe Public on the journey back from friend Guy Pelly's wedding to Lizzy Wilson.

    A photo of the Duke of Cambridge mid-air appeared online thanks to US television reporter Eli Ross, who keenly shared a snap on Twitter.

    He was travelling from Memphis to Dallas with American Airlines, according to The Independent, and then took another flight back to the UK.

    #EXCLUSIVE: #Prince William leaving @AmericanAir Admirals Club at #DFW. Headed to gate.

    It's not the first time he's shunned his privileges to sit in standard class, as he and his wife Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, have been travelling by Easyjet and Flybe in the past. Nice.

    By all accounts Wills and his brother Harry had an "unbelievably wild" time with the festivities - with the latter even caught twerking.

    But father-of-one William will presumably have a lot of jetlag to catch up on he returns home - as he'd only just returned from his Royal Tour to Australia and New Zealand when he then zoomed off to the States.

    Let's hope Kate and George let him have a lie-in tomorrow!


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    The gig to launch Lily Allen's third album, Sheezus – a breezy pop screed about modern-day pop manners, domestic love and internet trolling – takes place in west London, in a theatre two-thirds full of excited fans and one-third full of guest-listed friends and family. Home turf, in other words; a place where Allen is, perhaps, best revealed.

    At one point she waves to her mother-in-law and ticks her husband off for not paying attention. If Allen's detractors are frequently galled by the singer's entitled background (there's a Sheezus song about that, too) and her manner (reformed party girl lecturing on modern ills), witnessing the full package in deepest W12 would outstrip the ability of mere CAPSLOCK to render their righteous indignation. Allen's London comeback feels rather like being at a do in Allen's front room – only with a white stage, a four-piece band and livelier visuals on the wall. These are deeply kitsch, but refreshing. Few female pop stars launch their latest opus with footage in which a cartoon baby bottle is filled, then spurts milk in double vision. Fifties housewives with corgi heads scroll round during Hard Out Here; domesticity is a theme throughout.

    They have a point though, those haters. Allen is the sort of performer who totters around in a succession of outfits (gold lamé jumpsuit, flouncy LDN-referencing eveningwear, pink taffeta top), not really performing, more joshing her way through a facsimile of pop stardom. She debates the wisdom of wearing a giant faux-jewel fascinator with the crowd ("My stylist made me wear it!") before junking it. Occasionally she'll miss some of the lyrics, but recovers well. There's a screen at the foot of the stage that might be of some help.

    To many, though, this casualness is key to Allen's appeal and her chutzpah is in full flow tonight. She presents as an unstuffy, non-Amazonian twentysomething-about-town who loves pop but has sufficient perspective to question pretty much everything about it. Double standards on drug taking? Bad female DJs? The internet era's corrosive feeling of missing out? You name it, Allen will sing a witty song about it – oldie Everyone's at It, newbies Insincerely Yours, and Life for Me, which recalls, then segues into, the Caribbean lilt of LDN. Tonight's set boasts old tunes about premature ejaculation (It's Not Fair) and soppy new songs about her husband's staying power (L8 CMMER); Sheezus, the wide-ranging title rap, dwells at some length on PMT.

    She won't dance for you, though. The professionals come on stage for songs such as Hard Out Here and a couple of others. Significantly, they range widely in skin tone tonight. The now infamous Hard Out Here lampoons double standards in pop. On release back in November, the video made generous use of winding and grinding dancers, all of whom were of a different ethnicity to Allen. The singer was widely criticised for indulging in the very practices (sexualisation, objectification, casual racism) that her songs were supposedly lampooning. Her rebuttal was categorical.

    More recently, Allen performed at GAY – a London gay club night famed for its pop-star sets – and sent up Beyoncé. Commentators such as the Roots's Questlove were not amused; Allen waded in to point out that she "did" Britney Spears last time. Time and again, Allen's camp insists that she is frequently, purposely, misunderstood; that she is raising important issues, however clumsily. Her detractors continue to believe Allen is a disingenuous pop controversialist, just ticking off taboos to bust, in the grander scheme of her own self-aggrandisement.

    Tonight's gig doesn't really settle the argument either way. It's neither great enough to silence the critics nor craven enough to prove their points. When Allen finally plays LDN, her lilting 2006 hit, it seems like ancient history from simpler times, before "dancer-gate", before the poisonous Azealia Banks Twitter feud of 2013. As far as the actual music goes, Allen's new tunes are often immensely catchy. Air Balloon may be purposely thin and synthetic, but it is seriously nagging. Tonight's standout new song, URL Badman, skewers the online bullies so fabulously you want to punch the air.

    Ultimately, Allen's greatest weakness is that, by and large, her pop is about pop; meta-machine music rather than anything more organic. The album's title references Kanye West's Yeezus; names of other singers (Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, Lorde) litter the title track's lyrics. And however heartfelt her love songs, and however trenchant her observations, Allen is probably less a singer and more a polemical symbiont; a satirist with an ear for melody.


    ontd what's ur fav songs off the album? i love l8cmmr url badman and silver spoon and wind ur neck in

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    This year's Met Gala red carpet called for white tie, a dress code some of the evening's guests executed to a T while others chose to add their own fresh spin to the formal wear game. Here are the ten that did it better than the rest, whether they showed up as red carpet rebels or perfectly turned-out gents.


    10. Victor Cruz in Public School
    For his third Met Gala appearance, Cruz clearly felt comfortable bending the rules. In this case it was with a pair of Public School x The Generic Man sneakers that added a fitting athletic twist on his well-tailored coattails.

    6.Douglas Booth in Burberry
    When a guy shows up his red carpet competition, and happens to be half their age, you know he's doing something right. Booth fulfills the uber-traditional dress code but somehow strips his tails of any stodginess in the process. Blame it on that Brit swagger, we guess.

    3. Frank Ocean in Givenchy
    Ocean's quickly becoming the Grumpy Cat of the red carpet, and we could care less as long as he keeps showing up in outfits like this. The talented singer/producer was thoughtul when dressing for last year's punk theme, and showed the same consideration for this year's super formal affair. His Givenchy gear walks the line between clean and classic, and more importantly, Ocean looks like his cool, comfortable self in it.

    2. A$AP Rocky in Topman
    Rocky's killer personal style is nothing new. What is, is how the rapper took a dress code that could easily go stuffy and made it his own. The result? A rig that's respectful, but with some much needed old school rock and roll edge.

    1. Benedict Cumberbatch in Tom Ford
    The night called for “full evening dress and decorations," and Cumberbatch aced the tricky dress code better than the rest by enlisting the help of a guy who knows a thing or two (or everything) about modern evening wear, Tom Ford. The actor's Ford tux and tails were every bit what the invitation asked for without coming off as costume, a fine line that not every gent on last night's carpet knew how to walk.

    ONTD, who do you think was the best dressed man at the Met Gala?

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  • 05/06/14--21:45: "Faking It" 1.04 Preview

  • Tbh this seemed (and initially kind of was) very problematic, but the execution is addictive and entertaining. I kind of love it, though the third episode was not up to par. I'm curious to see what others think.


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    It's a dirty job, but somebody's got to do it.

    Jon Hamm may be a handsome leading man now, but back in the 1990s, he was just another struggling actor working whatever gigs happened to come his way. Speaking about his pre-Mad Men life in an interview for the new issue of Vanity Fair, Hamm addressed the recently resurfaced video of his 1996 stint on The Big Date, revealing that the show came at a low point for him, career-wise.

    "I was actually at that time working as a set dresser for Cinemax soft-core-porn movies," the Million Dollar Arm star, 43, recalled. "It was soul-crushing."

    Having come from such, ahem, humble beginnings, Hamm knows what a rare gift he has in his role on Matthew Weiner's AMC drama. "This is the best job I've ever had and maybe ever will have in my life—it's so fun to play all of this," he told Vanity Fair of portraying Don Draper.

    "It can be relentlessly dark. It can be terribly sexually inappropriate, is a way to say it," he acknowledged. "But who else gets a chance to do any of that stuff? There's so much there."


    What's the worst job you've ever had?

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    Anna Wintour’s decision to put Kim Kardashian with Kanye West on the cover of the April issue of Vogue was originally seen as a controversial move for the brand, but one which had huge upside if the ensuing uproar drew new readers to newsstands.

    Early estimates were saying the controversy was going to push sales to the 400,000-to-500,000 level, easily outselling the 355,000 copies that Beyoncé sold on newsstands for the March 2013 cover, and also eclipsing the year-ago April cover of Michelle Obama that sold around 269,000.

    Now, as the “Kimye” issue goes off sale and real numbers begin to trickle in, it looks like actual sales will fall way below early estimates.

    “The trends for Kim K. are definitely better than the prior month with Rihanna, to the tune of 20 percent better,” said Josh Gary, vice president at Mag Net Data, who uses scan data from wholesalers that cover about 98 percent of the market.

    “I’d argue that if you peg last year’s Michelle Obama at 269,000, this issue will net out around 250,000,” said Gary.


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    In the music video for her next single, "I Choose You", Sara Bareilles assists in the proposal of two couples.

    You may need some tissues before proceeding forward.


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    Myah Marie received a lot of flack from the Britney Army for singing on songs she wasn’t credited for on “Britney Jean,” and now homegirl’s found herself in another steamy pot full of vegetables.

    She recorded a song back in the day that was posted on her official website (it was since removed) called “Don’t Take My Kids From Me” sampling “Piece Of Me.”
    It completely destroys Brit Brit.

    I was miss preteen wet dream
    When i was 17
    I lip sanch and
    Pretended to sing
    Got breast implants
    And a wedding ring

    Then i flashed all my privates they put pictures in the magazines

    Don’t take the kids from me Don’t take the kids from me

    I started hittin the bottle
    Lost all the titles of role model
    Hitched in vegas
    Forgot it
    Did all the things that i wanted

    And with a kid in the car dont need a seatbelt
    Or protection
    Don’t take the kids from me
    Don’t take the kids from me

    I’m misses lifestyles of the hicks and trailers
    Don’t take the kids from me
    I’m misses oh my god that hair she shaved it
    Don’t take the kids from me
    I’m misses now i have a double chin
    Don’t take the kids from me
    I’m misses don’t we miss when she was thin
    Don’t take the kids from me

    I’m misses don’t take the kids from me
    Try then pissin me off
    I’ll take an umbrella to your car
    Just try flippin me off

    And now were gonna make a scene
    And i wont show up to court
    Now are you sure u’ll take the kids from me

    Don’t take the kids from me

    I’m misses most likely to walk around naked in the shoppin mall
    Doesn’t matter cuz i’ll do a line or two to forget it all
    No wonder theres panic in the industry i mean please

    Don’t take the kids from me Don’t take the kids from me

    I’m misses lifestyles of the hicks and trailers
    Don’t take the kids from me
    I’m misses oh my god that hair she shaved it
    Don’t take the kids from me
    I’m misses now i have a double chin
    Don’t take the kids from me
    I’m misses don’t we miss when she was thin
    Don’t take the kids from me

    I’m misses preteen wet dream
    When i was seventeen
    It matters when i walk with barefeet
    And leave my kids with whomevers free

    Aren’t they sick of the pictures of my privates in the magazines.

    I cannot.


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    David Cronenberg's Maps to the Stars will be premiering at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival this month as one of two films star[ring] Robert Pattinson will be taking to the Croisette, the other being David Michôd's The Rover as one of the Midnight Selections.

    Maps, however, is playing in competition and today three clips have arrived online for the film written by Bruce Wagner (A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, State of the Union) as a biting Hollywood satire exploring the demons of our celebrity-obsessed society.

    Along with Pattinson the film stars Julianne Moore, John Cusack, Sarah Gadon, Mia Wasikowska, Evan Bird and Olivia Williams and is currently without a domestic release date, which will like depend greatly on the Cannes reaction.


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    The X-Men star on Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen's best friendship, green screen filming weirdness and more.


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    Rest assured, ladies: Robert Pattinson is still living the single life.

    After rumors recently surfaced that the actor is getting cozy with blond beauty Imogen Ker, a source tells E! News that the duo is "definitely not dating." Furthermore, we're told that the two are just friends.

    Reports began swirling after the two were spotted leaving the Little Door in Los Angeles together around 1 a.m. on Friday, however, while it at first appeared that the two were out together, there were additional pals present, including Jamie Strachan, Dakota Fanning's boyfriend (Fanning is rumored to be good friends with Ker).

    Mystery solved!

    Pattinson was last spotted hanging out with Katy Perry during Coachella, fueling rumors that he was dating the "Dark Horse" crooner, or her stylist friend Cleo Wade (both turned out not to be true).

    And prior to that, the Twilight hunk was rumored to be dating London-based artist and painter Nettie Wakefield although a source close to R.Pattz told E! News exclusively that he and Wakefield are "very good friends and are definitely not dating."

    The 27-year-old actor and Kristen Stewart pulled the plug on their nearly four-year relationship in May 2013 and while Twilight fans hoped the two would reconcile, it seems the former lovebirds have indeed called it quits for good.

    Since the split, rumors surrounding both actor's love lives continue to swirl, although neither Rob nor Kristen have yet to settle down since the breakup. The two have been spotted together once since the split (which was fueled by a cheating scandal), although they have yet to reunite since the sighting in October.

    Get in line, ladies!


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    Even though Lady Gaga and her man Taylor Kinney have been dating since 2011, photos of the two of ‘em together are more elusive than Mariah Carey during hide-and-seek. That’s why we’re open-mouthed, silent-screaming at this mirror selfie that the “G.U.Y.” singer posted on Instagram, which shows one of the cutest couples of pop with their new dog, Asia.

    It looks like the three are backstage at Atlanta’s Philips Arena, where Gaga played her second artRave: The ARTPOP Ball Tour show on Tuesday night. Hmmm, the 28-year-old singer did mention offhand that Asia was watching on the first night of the tour in Fort Lauderdale, but we thought she was kidding. Then again, we guess batpigs would be nocturnal…

    Anyway, after reading the caption (“Gypsy life”), we can’t help but think of the ARTPOP track’s lyrics: “I don’t wanna be alone forever/ But I won’t be tonight.” Cute! That’s almost heart-warming enough to distract us from THE RING ON TAYLOR’S RING FINGER.

    After some deep investigative reporting (i.e., taking a couple mirror selfies and comparing reflections and angles), it appears that the band is on Tay-Tay’s RIGHT hand, whereas wedding rings traditionally reside on your left. Besides, if there were a ceremony, we’d definitely be invited, and our mailbox has literally been a woven blanket of cobwebs for weeks. #delusional


    ~the non-chronological history of taylor & gaga~

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