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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    Female MC Rah Digga isn’t a big fan of Iggy Azalea. The former Flipmode Squad member recently spoke with ThisIs50 about the current state of the rap game and she let it be known that she doesn’t like her music.

    “Iggy Azalea, I can’t really get into her. Because it’s just not real to me,” said Digga. “There is a white girl from Australia that spits in an Australian accent, and her name is Chelsea Jane. That I can get into. Teach me Australian Hip-Hop culture. Don’t come to America and try to convince me that you’re Gangsta Boo… We’re not going to believe you if you’re trying to convince us that you’re out here trap shooting.”

    Digga explained how she felt where Nicki Minaj was coming from when she gave her infamous shady speech at the 2014 BET Awards.

    “That’s the problem. They’re too many passes being given,” said Digga. “When did it become wrong to call out people that don’t write their own rhymes? When did that become a crime in Hip-Hop?”

    The rapper went on to add that she doesn’t consider Iggy hip-hop. She claims that, “hip-hop is representative of this: to inform and empower inner city youth. I’m fine with anybody’s race, creed, or color participating, but don’t ever forget what it was created for in the first place.”

    Check out the full interview above.

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    Desperate times have fallen upon the Glee Cast...

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    Come join us for my Halloween Costume Pawty October 18th. SPECIAL GUEST Jenna Ushkowitz from GLEE and her dog Bear will be there taking photo opps. We are proud to add Bear to the Manny and Friends clan! We will also be raising money for UNICEF !! Limited Spots so please Register to secure a spot.

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    I love frenchies, but poor Bear he's an odd looking pup.

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    The internet was unhappy with the casting of 'True Detective' season 2, so the creators have started from scratch with an entirely new show.



    It's Funny or Die so you know how this goes, watch video at the source. Why are you still reading this OP note??

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    Whoa! Talk about a shocking break up! Jordin Sparks and Jason DeRulo have reportedly called it quits. The two were romantically linked in 2011 and confirmed their relationship in January 2012. We can’t believe this!

    So much for “Marry Me!” Jason DeRulo, 25, and Jordin Sparks, 24, have split, sources close to the couple told E! Online on September 25. The split was reportedly amicable, and the couple have decided to stay friends. We never saw this coming, and are totally heart broken!

    Read the full story at the SOURCE
    Is true love dead, y'all?

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    Hollywood actor Shia LaBeouf has run 144 laps around a museum in Amsterdam in what has been described as a conceptual art performance.

    The 28-year-old completed the feat dressed in purple leggings and a green vest and said nothing to reporters while he completed his run.

    LaBeouf ran his "marathon" around the Stedelijk while a 12-hour artistic conference took place inside.

    The actor has hit the headlines for a number of outlandish stunts recently.

    Earlier this year, he took part in a conceptual art performance as he sat in a room wearing a paper bag over his head while visitors were invited to enter.

    He also appeared on the red carpet at the Berlin premiere of Nymphomaniac, also wearing a bag over his head displaying the message "I am not famous anymore".

    The actor appeared in court in June, admitting disrupting a performance of the musical cabaret on Broadway.

    Hendrik Folkerts, public programme curator at the Stedelijk Museum, said the run - undertaken by LaBeouf and two other performance artists - was staged to mirror the long debate taking place inside the building.

    Some 600 artists and philosophers gathered to consider how the world is perceived by the social media-savvy generation born in the 1980s.

    "As we are having a 'marathon' conference inside the Stedelijk, we also wanted a reflection of that outside. Nobody can do it better than Shia and the other artists at this performance," said Mr Folkerts.

    LaBeouf, whose film credits include Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps and playing Sam Witwicky in the Transformers movies, will next be seen on screen opposite Brad Pitt in World War Two drama Fury.

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    werq that choreo, jessica!

    jessie's instagram

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    Tere were rumblings in France back in March that Karlie Kloss was “worth it.” L’Oréal Paris posted a suspicious photo of the American model alongside Lara Stone and Liya Kebede to its Instagram account. While the beauty giant didn’t confirm (nor deny) that Kloss was part of the family, I saw the writing on the wall. As of today, however, I’m happy to report that it’s official. Along with Nike and Victoria’s Secret, the St. Louis supe has landed herself yet another big brand. “It’s a dream,” said Kloss. “I’ve had the privilege of working for the past seven years, and if I’ m totally honest, toward this.” Not that earning her wings on the VS runway meant nothing—those were also a to-do: “On my list I had a number of things, some I can’t tell you because they’re so embarrassing—I think I said marry somebody ridiculous,” laughed the catwalker of the “life dreams” she jotted down in high school. “But I had L’Oréal, American Vogue, and Victoria’s Secret.” Check, check, and check. Here, the model and social media darling sat down exclusively with Style.com to discuss her best advice for beating jet lag (hint: sneakers are involved), the Parisian snack she smuggles through customs, and the bestie she’s dubbed Chef Boyardee.

    What are the top three beauty rules you abide by?
    My rules are very simple. I am constantly having makeup and hair products put on and taken off, so for me, my rules are to just take the day off every night before I go to bed—no matter how late. I make sure I really cleanse and get everything off, so skincare is key. I try to moisturize to keep my skin and hair in its best condition, but even more than what I do in that sense, I really try to take care of myself in every way possible—that’s why I’m so passionate about fitness and health. I think it trickles down to every other aspect of beauty: your skin and hair quality, how you feel, and your energy.

    I'm sure you have a few must-have products and beauty strategies up your sleeve at this point.
    I multitask when I’m in the shower: I brush my teeth and I cleanse. I use a Clarisonic with a mild cleanser, and really that’s it. But then for my hair, there’s this one conditioner and shampoo that volumizes [ L’Oréal Paris Volume Filler Thickening Shampoo and Conditioner].

    I believe your fellow blond and spokesperson Blake Lively likes that one, too.
    It’s so good. My hair has taken a beating through the years, so it helps plump it up. Plus, it smells really good.

    Speaking of your hair, did you know Garren cutting it into the bob—which is now known simply as “The Karlie”—would be such a big deal?
    Not in the slightest. I never cut my hair—I had baby, virgin hair—and I was really traumatized! Garren will tell you, I cried when he cut my hair! It was a total shock. I had not planned for it to become a thing, but I think for me, it was fun to experiment. And I just went blond recently.

    Is the saying true—are you having more fun as a blond?
    Well, I did it right at the beginning of summer. So this whole summer, I’ve been having more fun because of my blond hair—I’m convinced. I was hesitant about it at first, but I think the blond worked with a tan. I’m always basic with my makeup, and have always stuck to a little bit of blush, a great mascara, and really moisturized skin. I feel like blond accentuates your eye color and the quality of your skin really stands out. I’ve had to just adjust how I do makeup, and outfit-wise, I think it just sort of changes the way that you feel. I don’t know what it is, but when you have a great hair day, you just have an extra pep in your step.


    No doubt. It appears that your cut influenced the celebrity crowd, too—including your friend Taylor Swift. Has she taught you any good beauty tips?
    She does a killer red lip. I’ll give that girl credit. She can whip a red lip on like nobody else, and it’s amazing. Even if we’re working out, she’ll have on this gorgeous red lip. She’s not human!

    Are you ever tempted to wear a red lip to the gym as well?
    You know, I think I would end up having the red lip from ear to ear. I’m not as graceful with a red lip as she is.


    Do you push her at the gym, or does she push you? Who is more competitive?
    We’re a good team because we kind of push each other just to get there, just to get to the door! It’s important to have a good friend that challenges you—even if it’s simply to get to the gym.

    Who is better in the kitchen?
    I love to bake, because I’ve always had a sweet tooth. My Gran—she taught me how to bake my whole life, but cooking was never something I ever took the time to learn. I would always rather have a cookie than make some complicated dinner! But Taylor is an expert [chef].

    What is Taylor’s signature dish?
    I’m vegetarian, so I don’t eat meat, but she makes a mean Brussels sprouts and cauliflower side dish that is tasty, and grilled fish. She’s Chef Boyardee!


    Since you’re the newest face of such a famous French brand, do you raid the Parisian pharmacies and bring back beauty souvenirs?
    My souvenirs tend to be edible objects…Now you can have Ladurée in New York, so the charm is gone, but there is another kind of macaron that JPG [Jean-Paul Gaultier] told me about: Pierre Hermé. I order them by the dozen and then I smuggle them in my suitcase, so don’t tell customs.

    I think your cookie trafficking might be out after this. Do you have any tips for falling asleep on a transatlantic flight?
    I’ve trained myself to sleep on a plane. I’ve got a whole method.

    Do tell.
    I always take the 8 p.m. flight to Paris. If you get on the 5 p.m., you’re not going to sleep a lot. It’s not enough time. I don’t drink caffeine anytime after noon—so no coffee. I bring an eye mask, fuzzy socks, and a really comfortable outfit—like a sweater and comfy pants.

    But not pajamas, right?
    Not pajamas! I don’t take it there—you’ve got to keep it chic! You never know who you’ll run into on the plane. I always find that I run into Marc Jacobs and everyone else that shouldn’t catch you in your pajamas.


    So these comfy and chic plane clothes you speak of, what are they? I need them.
    I have these amazing cashmere Stefanel sweatpants that are just so obnoxious. They’re heaven. They’ve gotten a lot of use!

    What about beating jet lag? Any cure-alls?
    I beat jet lag, funnily enough, by exercising. I feel like whenever I’m in another time zone and just feeling out of it, I force myself to go for at least a mile run and wear myself out. That helps me go to sleep.

    Somehow, I just can’t see myself jumping off an eight-hour flight and going for a run.
    My other secret is liquid melatonin because it’s instant. It wipes you out. It’s the best. And that’s another thing: physical exercise, eating well, and good sleep make all the difference in your skin and your energy. Everyone always asks, “What’s the secret to beauty?” and I really find that for me, I feel most beautiful when I feel like I have energy and I feel confident. I think all of that comes back to taking care of yourself, and sleep is a huge part of that.

    I could get on board with liquid melatonin and some beauty rest.

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    At airport before she chopped off her hair









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    Challenge: Inspired by Mary Kay's campaign, "Discover what you love," the designers must make over a randomly selected muse.

    Parameters: 30 minutes to find a model in Washington Square Park, another 30 minutes to talk and sketch with them. $200 budget to work with and -- gasp! -- two days to work. Their muses will also model the looks. The winner and his or her muse will be featured in a Mary Kay ad in Marie Claire.



    Emily


    Kini


    Korina -- WINNER






    Sean




    Amanda


    Char




    Alexander -- ELIMINATED




    Recap


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    By Kevin O'Keefe


    Were you Team LC or Team Kristin? While perhaps not as iconic a question as "Which Sex and the City woman are you," for fans of MTV's Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County, one of the network's first experimentations with narrative reality that premiered ten years ago this Sunday, it was an important one. During that first season, Lauren "LC" Conrad and Kristin Cavallari were the dominant forces, two high school girls pitted against each other over a boy – the devious but dreamy Stephen Colletti.

    Yet to many fans, the Laguna girl they wanted to be most was neither of the leads. It was spunky sidekick Lauren "Lo" Bosworth. Throughout that first season, Bosworth acted as a mixture of sounding board for Conrad and an audience surrogate. Her commentary was always sharp, and she was never afraid to share her thoughts. She was so beloved that she could make a mock pronunciation of Stephen's name quotable.

    At the Source, Lo talks about her time on the show, including confronting Christina and Morgan at the salon and lying about the senior trip to Mexico.

    Here's Lo talking about graduating from culinary school:


    Also, you know what this means? Time to reminisce about Laguna Beach/The Hills. It's been 10 years since the premiere of LB, after all.

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    The 53-year-old actor and his bride-to-be made a grand entrance to the gorgeous Italian city Friday morning aboard a taxiboat titled ‘Amore.’





    Let the wedding festivities begin!

    Hollywood is flocking to Venice, Italy to watch A-lister George Clooney say "I do" to British beauty Amal Alamuddin.

    The bride and groom were seen Friday arriving to The Floating City aboard their personal love taxiboat fittingly titled "Amore."









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    Varun Dhawan and Deepika Padukone have been roped in for the remake of the popular Hollywood film and an adaptation of one of the international bestsellers, ‘The Fault In Our Stars’. Though primarily it’s a love story, the Hindi remake is said to have a twist.

    For the Bollywood remake, it is being said that the actors will be playing teenagers. The film is to be produced by Fox Star Studios in association with Dinesh Vijan’s Maddock Films and is directed by Homi Adajania. It is slated to go on floor in March 2015. Currently, Varun Dhawan is busy wrapping up the Remo D’Souza directorial ABCD 2 along with Shraddha Kapoor and Sriram Raghavan’s Badlapur starring Yami Gautam and Huma Qureshi. Deepika Padukone, on the other hand, is busy with the promotions of her upcoming film Happy New Year. She also has to complete the shoot schedule of Tamasha directed by Imtiaz Ali and Shoojit Sircar’s Piku with Amitabh Bachchan and Irrfan Khan. She will also be seen with Ranveer Singh in the Sanjay Leela Bhansali directorial Bajirao Mastani.

    Full article @ Source (hope it's ok now mods)

    I have nothing nice to say about this casting decision so let's appreciate Varun's beauty instead


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    Lindsay Lohan Nails Second West End Performance, Proves Theatre Shouldn't Be Judged On Opening Night

    Her otherwise praised performance in the opening night of Speed-The-Plow may have been widely overshadowed by the fact she fluffed a few lines, but Lindsay Lohan aced her second night on the West End according to audience members on Twitter.

    While the play itself continues to divide, the former Mean Girls star's Karen seemingly went off without a hitch on Thursday night (September 25), with no sign of the blatant line troubles that melodramatically hit headlines around the world the night before.

    Mark Howson wrote: "A great @lindsaylohan in #speedtheplow tonight. No cues or flubbed lines that I saw. Theatre should never be reviewed on opening night." Preach! Vampire Soup, meanwhile, tweeted: "She's here. She's acting. She knows her lines. Ha! YOU WERE WRONG #SpeedThePlow".

    Headlines on various media outlets were somewhat unfair to the actress following opening night; proving that there's a reason why the vast majority of other major professional shows are granted a few nights of Previews before the Press Night signals the arrival of official reviews. TMZ went with a hideous "Lindsay Lohan was a DISASTER in debut" headline, while the Daily Beast claimed "London Laughs at Lindsay Lohan".

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    Something is going on with People magazine's Twitter tonight and it's not pretty.

    First during Scandal, one of our readers tipped us off to a tweet sent that referenced Kerry Washington's hair on the show:

    Olivia's back to straight hair so you KNOW she means business. #Scandal

    — People magazine (@peoplemag) September 26, 2014

    Because you can't mean serious business with natural hair? They deleted it quickly, but the Internet is like Eye of Sauron. It sees everything.


    So they realized they had tweeted something that many of their followers and fans told them was offensive. Normally you expect a carefully worded apology from a public relations executive doing damage control. (They usually start with "we deeply regret" and contain bullshit like"if we offended anyone, we are sorry.") But that's not what happened. They kept on live-tweeting the show and moved right into live-tweeting How To Get Away With Murder, starring Viola Davis.

    Then we got this gem.




    For those who don't know, the quote references Davis' Oscar-nominated role as Aibileen Clark, a maid in The Help. The reaction on Twitter was immediate, as many followers expressed not their outrage—because I don't think it's fair to portray this as just blind outrage—but their disappointment that this what a media company chooses to highlight.

    For those who want to brush this off as just some intern who'll probably get fired tomorrow, don't forget that People magazine was recently sued for racial discrimination by a former editor, according to the Huffington Post:

    Tatsha Robertson, reportedly the only black senior editor the magazine ever had, alleges her former boss left her out of meetings, dismissed pitches for stories centered on black victims, and verbally dissed her as well, once telling her, "You need to talk like everyone else here. You're not at Essence anymore."

    [...]

    The suit also has pointed accusations about People's editorial policy. In legal papers the magazine is described as "a discriminatory organization run entirely by white people who intentionally focus the magazine on stories involving white people and white celebrities."


    So far, People magazine has had no comments about the deleted tweets. We will update if they do.




    Wow... I-what...

    More info and more tweets at source.

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  • 09/26/14--11:30: Nashville 3x02 Promo


  • way to shit on Juliette/Avery, show...what a cheesy turn of events

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  • 09/26/14--11:31: Britney in Norway y'all!
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    Chris Pratt chats with Jimmy about a weird experience he had getting his first headshot when he moved to Los Angeles.

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