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    Freida Pinto, Justine Theroux and Serena Williams attended Audemars Piguet Presentation at Art Basel in Miami. Freida is wearing Michelle Mason dress, Khbeis Clutch and Ferragamo Shoes.













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    ONTD, was YOUR fave YouTuber featured in #YouTubeRewind?

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    Praying that Ultron shows up early to punch Ward in the face.

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    -Cam's car was found flipped on its side on a bridge in NC
    -Cam tried to stand up after the accident, but couldn't
    -More details are still to come.

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    Who volunteers to be his personal nurse and massage his sexy ass any time?

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    An early album leak was not stopping J. Cole! The rapper’s highly-awaited third LP 2014 Forest Hills Drive has officially released today (December 9), and it’s already receiving great reviews. But you can judge that for yourself, as the album is now streaming on Spotify.

    As with a majority of his projects, Cole’s new LP features production from himself (along with Elite, Vinylz, DJ Dahi, Cardiak, !LLMIND and more). There are also no features on the album, a bold step for a rapper — especially in this chart-hungry era. Take a listen to 2014 Forest Hills Drive on Spotify.

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    F–k you, sucker!

    Our favorite rude ‘n rowdy pop rebel Charli XCX has finally arrived this rainy Tuesday morning with her long-awaited, oft-delayed sophomore set, the gritty and deeply unapologetic Sucker.

    From her middle finger-in-the-air school girl anthem “Break The Rules” to Fault In Our Stars runaway hit “Boom Clap” to “Caught In The Middle” and “Die Tonight” to “Gold Coins,” the London Queen is in a punk-pop state of mind on her latest go-around. Those undeniable pop hooks are still there, wrapped around gnarly guitar licks, hand claps and a fiery, stadium rock-sized spirit.

    Ahead of the album’s release on December 15, Sucker is now streaming in full one week early on iTunes Radio. You ready to rage with Charli?

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    Sidenote: Billboard just gave this album 4.5/5 Stars, and Rolling Stone put it as their 6th best of the year. The album is good, but I think it's pretty clear Charli's team is greasing some wheels to usher her into the mainstream.

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    Outstanding Motion Picture
    • “Belle” (Fox Searchlight Pictures/ DJ Films)
    • “Beyond The Lights” (Relativity Media)
    • “Dear White People” (Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions)
    • “Get On Up” (Universal Pictures)
    • “Selma” (Paramount Pictures)

    TELEVISION
    Outstanding Comedy Series

    • “Black-ish” (ABC)
    • “House of Lies” (Showtime)
    • “Key & Peele” (Comedy Central)
    • “Orange is the New Black” (Netflix)
    • “Real Husbands of Hollywood” (BET)

    Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series
    • Andre Braugher – “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (FOX)
    • Anthony Anderson – “‘Black-ish” (ABC)
    • Don Cheadle – “House of Lies” (Showtime)
    • Keegan-Michael Key – “Key & Peele” (Comedy Central)
    • Kevin Hart – “Real Husbands of Hollywood” (BET)

    Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series
    • Mindy Kaling – “The Mindy Project” (FOX)
    • Niecy Nash – “The Soul Man” (TV Land)
    • Tracee Ellis Ross – “Black-ish” (ABC)
    • Uzo Aduba – “Orange is the New Black” (Netflix)
    • Wendy Raquel Robinson – “The Game” (BET)

    Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
    • Boris Kodjoe – “Real Husbands of Hollywood” (BET)
    • Glynn Turman – “House of Lies” (Showtime)
    • Laurence Fishburne – “Black-ish” (ABC)
    • Marcus Scribner – “Black-ish” (ABC)
    • Terry Crews – “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (FOX)

    Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
    • Adrienne C. Moore – “Orange is the New Black” (Netflix)
    • Laverne Cox – “Orange is the New Black” (Netflix)
    • Lorraine Toussaint – “Orange is the New Black” (Netflix)
    • Sofia Vergara – “Modern Family” (ABC)
    • Yara Shahidi – “black-ish” (ABC)

    Outstanding Drama Series
    • “Being Mary Jane” (BET)
    • “Grey's Anatomy” (ABC)
    • “House of Cards” (Netflix)
    • “How to Get Away with Murder” (ABC)
    • “Scandal” (ABC)

    Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series
    • LL Cool J – “NCIS: LA” (CBS)
    • Omar Epps – “Resurrection” (ABC)
    • Omari Hardwick – “Being Mary Jane” (BET)
    • Shemar Moore – “Criminal Minds” (CBS)
    • Taye Diggs – “Murder in the First” (TNT)

    Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series
    • Gabrielle Union – “Being Mary Jane” (BET)
    • Kerry Washington – “Scandal” (ABC)
    • Nicole Beharie – “Sleepy Hollow” (FOX)
    • Octavia Spencer – “Red Band Society” (FOX)
    • Viola Davis – “How to Get Away with Murder” (ABC)

    Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
    • Alfred Enoch – “How to Get Away with Murder” (ABC)
    • Courtney B. Vance – “Masters of Sex” (Showtime)
    • Guillermo Diaz – “Scandal” (ABC)
    • Jeffrey Wright – “Boardwalk Empire” (HBO)
    • Joe Morton – “Scandal” (ABC)

    Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
    • Aja Naomi King – “How to Get Away with Murder” (ABC)
    • Alfre Woodard – “State of Affairs” (NBC)
    • Chandra Wilson – “Grey's Anatomy” (ABC)
    • Jada Pinkett Smith – “Gotham” (FOX)
    • Khandi Alexander – “Scandal” (ABC)

    Outstanding Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special
    • “A Day Late and a Dollar Short” (Lifetime Networks)
    • “American Horror Story: Freak Show” (FX)
    • “Drumline: A New Beat” (VH1)
    • “The Gabby Douglas Story” (Lifetime Networks)
    • “The Trip to Bountiful” (Lifetime Networks)

    Outstanding Actor in a Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special
    • Blair Underwood – “The Trip to Bountiful” (Lifetime Networks)
    • Charles S. Dutton – “Comeback Dad” (UP Entertainment)
    • Larenz Tate – “Gun Hill” (BET)
    • Mekhi Phifer – “A Day Late and a Dollar Short” (Lifetime Networks)
    • Ving Rhames – “A Day Late and a Dollar Short” (Lifetime Networks)

    Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special
    • Angela Bassett – “American Horror Story: Freak Show” (FX)
    • Cicely Tyson – “The Trip to Bountiful” (Lifetime Networks)
    • Keke Palmer – “The Trip to Bountiful” (Lifetime Networks)
    • Regina King – “The Gabby Douglas Story” (Lifetime Networks)
    • Vanessa Williams – “The Trip to Bountiful” (Lifetime Networks)

    Outstanding News/ Information – (Series or Special)
    • “America After Ferguson” (PBS)
    • “Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr.” (PBS)
    • “Melissa Harris Perry” (MSNBC)
    • “Oprah's Lifeclass” (OWN)
    • “Unsung” (TV One)

    Outstanding Talk Series
    • “Oprah Prime” (OWN)
    • “Steve Harvey” (Syndicated)
    • “The Queen Latifah Show” (Syndicated)
    • “The View” (ABC)
    • “The Wendy Williams Show” (Syndicated)

    Outstanding Reality Series
    • “Dancing with the Stars” (ABC)
    • “Iyanla: Fix My Life” (OWN)
    • “Shark Tank” (ABC)
    • “The Voice” (NBC)
    • “Welcome to Sweetie Pie's” (OWN)

    Outstanding Variety Series or Special
    • “BET Awards” (BET)
    • “Family Feud” (Syndicated)
    • “On the Run: Beyoncé and Jay Z” (HBO)
    • “Oprah's Master Class” (OWN)
    • “UNCF An Evening of Stars” (NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, The CW, BET, Centric)

    Outstanding Children's Program
    • “Anna Deavere Smith: A Youngarts Masterclass” (HBO)
    • “Doc McStuffins” (Disney Junior)
    • “Dora and Friends: Into The City!” (Nickelodeon)
    • “HALO Awards” (Nickelodeon)
    • “Kid President: Declaration of Awesome” (HUB)

    Outstanding Performance by a Youth in a Youth/ Children's Program – (Series or Special)
    • Amber Montana – “Haunted Hathaways” (Nickelodeon)
    • China Anne McClain – “How to Build a Better Boy” (Disney Channel)
    • Curtis Harris – “Haunted Hathaways” (Nickelodeon)
    • Fatima Ptacek – “Dora and Friends: Into The City!” (Nickelodeon)
    • Taliyah Whitaker – “Wallykazam!” (Nickelodeon)

    Outstanding Host in a Talk, Reality, News/ Information or Variety
    • Chris Rock – “BET Awards” (BET)
    • Gwen Ifill – “America After Ferguson” (PBS)
    • Melissa Harris Perry – “Melissa Harris Perry” (MSNBC)
    • Queen Latifah – “The Queen Latifah Show” (Syndicated)
    • Steve Harvey – “Steve Harvey” (Syndicated)


    RECORDING
    Outstanding New Artist

    • 3 Winans Brothers (BMG)
    • Aloe Blacc (XIX Recordings/Interscope Records)
    • Erica Campbell (My Block Inc./eOne Music)
    • Jhene Aiko (Def Jam Recordings)
    • Liv Warfield (Kobalt Label Services)

    Outstanding Male Artist
    • John Legend (Columbia Records)
    • Kem (Motown – Capitol)
    • Kendrick Lamar (Interscope Records)
    • Michael Jackson (Epic Records)
    • Pharrell Williams (Columbia Records)

    Outstanding Female Artist
    • Alicia Keys (RCA Records)
    • Beyoncé (Columbia Records)
    • Jennifer Hudson (RCA Records)
    • Ledisi (Verve Records)
    • Mary J Blige (Capitol)

    Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration
    • “Being With You” – Smokey Robinson feat. Mary J Blige (Verve)
    • “Brand New” – Pharrell Williams feat. Justin Timberlake (Columbia Records)
    • “Gust of Wind” – Pharrell Williams feat. Daft Punk (Columbia Records)
    • “Love, Marriage & Divorce” – Toni Braxton & Babyface (Def Jam Recordings)
    • “Stay with Me” – Sam Smith feat. Mary J Blige (Capitol)

    Outstanding Jazz Album
    • “Beautiful Life” – Dianne Reeves (Concord)
    • “Dave Koz and Friends: The 25th of December” – Dave Koz (Concord Records)
    • “Living My Dream” – Jonathan Butler (Rendezvous Music)
    • “My Old Friend: Celebrating George Duke” – Al Jarreau (Concord)
    • “Up” – Stanley Clarke (Mack Avenue Records)

    Outstanding Gospel Album – (Traditional or Contemporary)
    • “Duets” – Donnie McClurkin (RCA Inspiration)
    • “Help” – Erica Campbell (My Block Inc./eOne Music)
    • “I Will Trust” – Fred Hammond (RCA Inspiration)
    • “Journey To Freedom” – Michelle Williams (eOne Music)
    • “Where My Heart Belongs” – Gladys Knight (Shadow Mountain Records)

    Outstanding Music Video
    • “i” – Kendrick Lamar (TDE/Interscope)
    • “It's You” – KEM (Motown – Capitol)
    • “Love Never Felt So Good” – Michael Jackson feat. Justin Timberlake (Epic Records)
    • “Pretty Hurts” – Beyoncé (Columbia Records)
    • “You & I (Nobody in the World)” – John Legend (Columbia Records)

    Outstanding Song
    • “Good Kisser” – Usher (RCA Records)
    • “i” – Kendrick Lamar (TDE/Interscope)
    • “Pretty Hurts” – Beyoncé (Columbia Records)
    • “The Man” – Aloe Blacc (Interscope Records)
    • “We Are Here” – Alicia Keys (RCA Records)

    Outstanding Album
    • “Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics” – Aretha Franklin (RCA Records)
    • “Beyoncé Platinum Edition” – Beyoncé (Columbia Records)
    • “G I R L” – Pharrell Williams (Columbia Records)
    • “JHUD” – Jennifer Hudson (RCA Records)
    • “Love, Marriage & Divorce” – Toni Braxton & Babyface (Def Jam Recordings)

    LITERATURE
    Outstanding Literary Work – Fiction
    • “A Wanted Woman” – Eric Jerome Dickey (Penguin Random House)
    • “An Untamed State” – Roxane Gay (Grove/Atlantic – Black Cat)
    • “Another Woman's Man” – Shelly Ellis (Kensington Publishing Corp.)
    • “Momma: Gone” – Nina Foxx (Brown Girls Publishing)
    • “The Prodigal Son” – Kimberla Lawson Roby (Grand Central Publishing/Hachette
    Book Group)

    Outstanding Literary Work – Non-Fiction
    • “Bad Feminist” – Roxane Gay (Harper Perennial/HarperCollins)
    • “Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption” – Bryan Stevenson (Spiegel & Grau)
    • “Place not Race: A New Vision of Opportunity in America” – Sheryll Cashin (Beacon Press)
    • “The Bill of the Century: The Epic Battle for the Civil Rights Act” – Clay Risen (Bloomsbury Press)
    • “Who We Be: The Colorization of America” – Jeff Chang (St. Martin's Press)

    Outstanding Literary Work – Debut Author
    • “Forty Acres” – Dwayne Alexander Smith (Atria Books)
    • “Queen Sugar” – Natalie Baszile (Pamela Dorman Books/Penguin Random House)
    • “Remedy For A Broken Angel” – Toni Ann Johnson (Nortia Press)
    • “The 16th Minute of Fame: An Insider's Guide for Maintaining Success Beyond
    15 Minutes of Fame” – Darrell Miller (Dunham Books)
    • “Time of the Locust” – Morowa Yejide (Atria Books)

    Outstanding Literary Work – Biography/ Auto-Biography
    • “Breaking Ground: My Life in Medicine” – Louis Sullivan with David Chanoff (University of
    Georgia Press)
    • “Handbook for an Unpredictable Life: How I Survived Sister Renata and My Crazy
    Mother, and Still Came Out Smiling (with Great Hair)” – Rosie Perez (Crown Archetype)
    • “Life In Motion” – Misty Copeland (Touchstone)
    • “Mayor for Life” – Marion Barry, Omar Tyree (Strebor Books)
    • “Stand Up Straight and Sing!” – Jessye Norman (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)

    Outstanding Literary Work – Instructional
    • “10-Day Green Smoothie Cleanse” – JJ Smith (Atria Books/Simon & Schuster)
    • “101 Scholarship Applications: What It Takes to Obtain a Debt-Free College
    Education” – Gwen Richardson (Cushcity Communications)
    • “Afro-Vegan: Farm-Fresh African, Caribbean, and Southern Flavors Remixed” -
    Bryant Terry (Ten Speed Press)
    • “Justice While Black: Helping African-American Families Navigate and Survive the Criminal Justice
    System” – Robbin Shipp, Nick Chiles (Agate Bolden)
    • “Promises Kept: Raising Black Boys to Succeed in School and in Life” – Joe Brewster, Michele
    Stephenson, Hilary Beard (Spiegel & Grau)

    Outstanding Literary Work – Poetry
    • “Citizen: An American Lyric” – Claudia Rankine (Graywolf Press)
    • “Digest” – Gregory Pardlo (Four Way Books)
    • “The New Testament” – Jericho Brown (Copper Canyon Press)
    • “The Poetry of Derek Walcott 1948-2013” – Derek Walcott, Selected by Glyn Maxwell
    (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)
    • “We Didn't Know Any Gangsters” – Brian Gilmore (Cherry Castle Publishing, LLC)

    Outstanding Literary Work – Children
    • “Beautiful Moon” – Tonya Bolden (Author), Eric Velasquez (Illustrator) (Abrams/Abrams
    Books for Young Readers)
    • “Dork Diaries 8: Tales From A Note-So-Happily Ever After” – Rachel Renee
    Russell with Nikki Russell and Erin Russell (Simon & Schuster)
    • “Little Melba and Her Big Trombone” – Katheryn Russell-Brown (Author), Frank
    Morrison (Illustrator) (Lee & Low Books)
    • “Malcolm Little” – Ilyasah Shabazz (Author), AG Ford (Illustrator) (Simon & Schuster)
    • “Searching for Sarah Rector” – Tonya Bolden (Abrams/Abrams Books for Young Readers)

    Outstanding Literary Work – Youth/Teens
    • “Because They Marched: The People's Campaign for Voting Rights That Changed
    America” – Russell Freedman (Holiday House)
    • “Brown Girl Dreaming” – Jacqueline Woodson (Nancy Paulsen Books)
    • “Revolution” – Deborah Wiles (Scholastic Press)
    • “The Freedom Summer Murders” – Don Mitchell (Scholastic Press)
    • “The Red Pencil” – Andrea Davis Pinkney (Author), Shane Evans (Illustrator)
    (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers)

    MOTION PICTURE
    Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture
    • Chadwick Boseman – “Get On Up” (Universal Pictures)
    • David Oyelowo – “Selma” (Paramount Pictures)
    • Denzel Washington – “The Equalizer” (Columbia Pictures)
    • Idris Elba – “No Good Deed” (Screen Gems)
    • Nate Parker – “Beyond The Lights” (Relativity Media)

    Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture
    • Gugu Mbatha-Raw – “Belle” (Fox Searchlight Pictures/ DJ Films)
    • Quvenzhané Wallis – “Annie” (Columbia Pictures)
    • Taraji P. Henson – “No Good Deed” (Screen Gems)
    • Tessa Thompson – “Dear White People” (Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions)
    • Viola Davis – “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby” (The Weinstein Company)

    Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture
    • André Holland – “Selma” (Paramount Pictures)
    • Cedric the Entertainer – “Top Five” (Paramount Pictures)
    • Common – “Selma” (Paramount Pictures)
    • Danny Glover – “Beyond The Lights” (Relativity Media)
    • Wendell Pierce – “Selma” (Paramount Pictures)

    Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture
    • Carmen Ejogo – “Selma” (Paramount Pictures)
    • Jill Scott – “Get On Up” (Universal Pictures)
    • Octavia Spencer – “Get On Up” (Universal Pictures)
    • Oprah Winfrey – “Selma” (Paramount Pictures)
    • Viola Davis – “Get On Up” (Universal Pictures)

    Outstanding Independent Motion Picture
    • “Belle” (Fox Searchlight Pictures/ DJ Films)
    • “Dear White People” (Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions)
    • “Half of a Yellow Sun” (monterey media inc.)
    • “JIMI: All Is By My Side” (XLrator Media)
    • “Life of a King” (Animus Films/Serena Films)

    DOCUMENTARY
    Outstanding Documentary – (Film)

    • “Documented” (Apo Anak Productions)
    • “Finding Fela” (Jigsaw Productions)
    • “I Am Ali” (Focus World/Fisheye Films)
    • “Keep On Keepin On” (RADiUS)
    • “Through A Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a
    People” (Chimpanzee Productions, Inc.)

    Outstanding Documentary – (Television)
    • “American Experience: Freedom Summer” (PBS)
    • “Bad Boys” (ESPN)
    • “Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown” (HBO)
    • “Rand University” (ESPN)
    • “The War Comes Home: Soledad O'Brien Reports” (CNN)

    WRITING
    Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series

    • Aisha Muharrar – “Parks and Recreation” – Ann & Chris (NBC)
    • Brigette Munoz-Liebowitz – “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” – Road Trip (FOX)
    • Mindy Kaling – “The Mindy Project” – Danny and Mindy (FOX)
    • Regina Hicks – “Instant Mom” – A Kids's Choice (Nickelodeon and Nick@Nite)
    • Sara Hess – “Orange is the New Black” – It Was the Change (Netflix)

    Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series
    • Erika Green Swafford – “How to Get Away with Murder” – Let's Get To Scooping
    (ABC)
    • Mara Brock Akil – “Being Mary Jane” – Uber Love (BET)
    • Warren Leight, Julie Martin – “Law & Order: SVU” – American Disgrace (NBC)
    • Zahir McGhee – “Scandal” – Mama Said Knock You Out (ABC)
    • Zoanne Clack – “Grey's Anatomy” – You Be Illin’ (ABC)

    Outstanding Writing in a Television Movie
    • Karin Gist, Regina Hicks – “Drumline: A New Beat” (VH1)
    • Reggie Bythewood – “Gun Hill” (BET)
    • Sharon Brathwaite, Peres Owino – “Seasons of Love” (Lifetime Networks)
    • Shernold Edwards – “A Day Late and a Dollar Short” (Lifetime Networks)
    • Sterling Anderson, Maria Nation – “The Gabby Douglas Story” (Lifetime Networks)

    Outstanding Writing in a Motion Picture
    • Chris Rock – “Top Five” (Paramount Pictures)
    • Justin Simien – “Dear White People” (Roadside Attractions and Lionsgate)
    • Margaret Nagle – “The Good Lie” (Alcon Entertainment)
    • Misan Sagay – “Belle” (Fox Searchlight Pictures/ DJ Films)
    • Richard Wenk – “The Equalizer” (Columbia Pictures)

    DIRECTING
    Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series

    • Ken Whittingham – “Parks and Recreation” – Prom (NBC)
    • Ken Whittingham – “The Mindy Project” – Think Like a Peter (FOX)
    • Linda Mendoza – “Bad Judge” – One Brave Waitress (NBC)
    • Reginald Hudlin – “Bad Judge” – Knife to a Gunfight (NBC)
    • Stan Lathan – “Real Husbands of Hollywood” – No New Friends (BET)

    Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series
    • Anton Cropper – “Suits” – One-Two-Three Go… (USA)
    • Carl Franklin – “House of Cards” – Chapter 14 (Netflix)
    • Cary Joji Fukunaga – “True Detective” – Who Goes There (HBO)
    • Hanelle Culpepper – “Criminal Minds” – The Edge of Winter (CBS)
    • Millicent Shelton – “The Divide” – And the Little Ones Get Caught (WE tv)

    Outstanding Directing in a Television Movie
    • Bille Woodruff – “Drumline: A New Beat” (VH1)
    • Greg Champion – “The Gabby Douglas Story” (Lifetime Networks)
    • Michael Wilson – “The Trip to Bountiful” (Lifetime Networks)
    • Reggie Bythewood – “Gun Hill” (BET)
    • Stephen Tolkin – “A Day Late and a Dollar Short” (Lifetime Networks)

    Outstanding Directing in a Motion Picture
    • Amma Asante – “Belle” (Fox Searchlight Pictures/ DJ Films)
    • Antoine Fuqua – “The Equalizer” (Columbia Pictures)
    • Ava DuVernay – “Selma” (Paramount Pictures)
    • Gina Prince-Bythewood – “Beyond The Lights” (Relativity Media)
    • John Ridley – “JIMI: All Is By My Side” (XLrator Media)

    ANIMATED/CGI
    Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance – (Television or Film)

    • Jamie Foxx – “Rio 2” (20th Century Fox)
    • Loretta Devine – “Doc McStuffins” (Disney Junior)
    • Morgan Freeman – “The Lego Movie” (Warner Bros. Pictures/Village Roadshow Pictures/RatpacDune
    Entertainment/Lego System A/S/VertigoEntertainment/Lin Pictures)
    • Tracy Morgan – “The Boxtrolls” (Focus Features)
    • Zoe Saldana – “The Book of Life” (20th Century Fox)


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    As usual these hover between awesome and terrible. Viola in lead for Eleanor Rigby? LOL okay.

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    I guess he actually sampled 112 which is why it sounded so familiar. crying @ the dance attempt at the end smh royce lmaooo. he looks qt tho and this song *kinda* grew on me

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  • The Runners Up:

    • Ferguson Protesters

    • Putin

    • Jack Ma

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    According to Deadline, Pratt is negotiating a role in the new remake of the The Magnificent Seven. The original Magnificent Seven was directed by John Sturges and starred Yul Brynner and Steve McQueen as two of a group of gunslingers hired to protect a beleaguered Mexican village.

    Before Washington signed on, Tom Cruise, Matt Damon, Morgan Freeman, and Kevin Costner were all linked to or rumored for the project. However, Washington is the only one set to star at this point.

    John Lee Hancock has rewritten the latest version of the script, written by Nic Pizzolatto.

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    Nightwish will release a new single, "Élan", on February 13, 2015. The track is taken from the band's upcoming album, which is due in the spring.

    With all expected pomposity, Tuomas Holopainen explained the single as this: "'Oh, while I live to be the ruler of life, Not a slave. To meet life as a powerful conqueror, and nothing exterior to me will ever take command of me.' This beautiful quote from my hero Uncle Walt [Walt Whitman] was the starting point for writing 'Élan'.

    "The underlying theme of the song is nothing less than the meaning of life, which can be something different for all of us.

    "It's important to surrender yourself to the occasional 'free fall' and not to fear the path less travelled by.

    Yeah yeah yeah.

    And yes, Floor Jansen really is that tall (6' barefoot) and guitarist Emppu really is that short (5'3). He was also a Finnish judo champion so I doubt anyone will tease him about it.


    So far, the band's 2015 tour is shaping up as this:

    NIGHTWISH 2015 tour dates with DELAIN:

    Apr. 09 - New York, NY - Hammerstein Ballroom
    Apr. 10 - Philadelphia, PA - Electric Factory
    Apr. 11 - Worcester, MA - Palladium
    Apr. 13 - Quebec City, QC - Capitole Theatre
    Apr. 14 - Toronto - Phoenix Concert Theatre
    Apr. 16 - Buffalo, NY - Town Ballroom
    Apr. 17 - Cleveland, OH - Agora Theatre
    Apr. 18 - Chicago, IL - Concorde Music Hall
    Apr. 19 - Des Moines, IA - Val Air Ballroom
    Apr. 21 - Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre
    Apr. 22 - Salt Lake City, UT - In The Venue
    Apr. 24 - Spokane, WA - Knitting Factory
    Apr. 25 - Vancouver, BC - Orpheum Theatre
    Apr. 26 - Portland, OR - Crystal Ballroom
    Apr. 28 - San Francisco, CA - Warfield Theatre
    Apr. 30 - Las Vegas, NV - House Of Blues
    May 01 - Los Angeles, CA - Greek theatre
    May 02 - Phoenix, AZ - Marquee Theatre
    May 03 - El Paso, TX - Tricky Falls
    May 05 - Dallas, TX - Bomb Factory
    May 06 - Houston, TX - Warehouse Live
    May 08 - Orlando, FL - House Of Blues
    May 09 - Fort Lauderdale, FL - Revolution
    May 11 - Nashville, TN - Marathon Music Work
    May 12 - Louisville, KY - Expo Five
    May 13 - Charlotte, NC - Filmore
    May 14 - Silver Springs, MD - Filmore

    And here is the "Élan" cover.




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    Taylor spilled the deets to Barbara Walters for Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2014, airing on ABC on Sunday, Dec. 14, at 9:00 p.m./8:00 p.m. CT.

    Drinking
    "You have such a good reputation," the celebrated journalist, 85, began in her chat with Swift, 24. "You have never been 'the bad girl'… You don't drink. You don't smoke."
    "I mean, I do drink, I am 25," interjected Swift, who will celebrate her 25th birthday on Saturday, Dec. 13. "So it's not like, I mean… Yeah, I was at a Knicks game and I had a beer and everybody was like, 'Ohhh!' I was like, 'Tsk.'"
    "I did wait until I was 21 to drink," the Grammy winner explained. "I was so paranoid about getting in trouble or setting the wrong example or sending the wrong message."

    Young Fans
    "I put every one of my actions through a filter before I do them because that's the way my life is," Swift continued. "That the reality… If I do something reckless or thoughtless or careless, or I treat someone badly, that doesn't just affect me; it affects that person. Then, if that story gets out, or some 10-year-old sees that I did that in a news article… my actions do have ripples."

    "It's kind of a nice thing to keep you in check to live a good life," she said. "It's not like some gilded golden cage that people make it out to be. Living your life the 'right way' and trying to make 'good decisions' is not necessarily some horrible penalty."

    Dating Life
    Swift is rumored to be dating 1975 singer Matt Healy but nothing is confirmed.

    "I don't see a scenario right now, the way my life is, in which it could work," she told Walters of being in a relationship. "So I don't think about it because I don't like to think about things that I can't solve."

    Walters said to the singer, "You seem very sane… It's not that fashionable all the time… You seem very centered."

    "I think all the time about big concepts in my life," Swift explained. "I don't have answers for everything and that doesn't scare me. I think the reason I am sane is because I have a really good family who are all very sane, in the midst of all this kind of insanity surrounding my life. That really helps -- it really helps -- cause I can talk to them about it and they are gonna be very honest with me about it. But always, always really supportive."




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    While promoting his new movie Exodus on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Dec. 8, Aaron Paul took the opportunity to surprise his wife Lauren Parsekian, with some very thoughtful gifts for her 28th birthday. "I wanna say right off that this is a surprise and Lauren did not know that this would happen," says Kimmel, "Now, Aaron sent me an email, asking me to surprise you with something for your birthday, since it is tonight and he had to do the show."

    Kimmel continued: "I said; Send me a list of what kinds of things Lauren likes, and then we can maybe figure something out. Let me tell you, your husband knows a lot about you. My wife was very mad at me after reading this list. It was really unbelievable."


    Happy birthday to my pretty little bird @laurenpaul8. You have changed my life and have single handedly made this world a kinder place (thank you for that) and we are all better off to simply know that you exist. I like you a lot and I hope you have a really fun birthday. Hugs and kisses all over you pretty little face.

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    the last one is my favorite oh boy

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    the source is in Spanish, this is my attempt at translation, native speakers please correct my mistakes!

    The heirs of Albert of Monaco (56) were born this Wednesday. According to the newspaper Monaco Matin, which cited various sources that said Charlene (36), wife of the sovereign prince, was giving birth to her (male) twins in the Princess-Grace Hospital.

    Albert had already said in an interview cited by the newspaper, for Monaco's National Day (?), that his twins would be born before Christmas.

    Then, the prince - who said he chose not to know the sex of his children - explained the order of succession: "in the case of twins (male or female), it will be the first born. In the case of a boy and girl, it will be the boy. If it is female twins, and later a boy comes into our family, the title of hereditary prince will fall to him".

    It was last may when the principality announced Charlene's pregnancy, after three years of marriage. Five months after, it was confirmed what was a secret: Charlene was expecting twins. These are not the first sons of Albert, who has two sons from sporadic(?) relations before his wedding who, until recently, had the rights of successors.

    The last days have been intense, informative ones, for the Monaguesques. After the reappearance of Charlotte and Gad Elmaleh in an equestrian tournament - alleviating rumors of crisis - the Italian press confirmed the engagement of the younger son of Carolina, Pierre Casiraghi. Also meanwhile, his borther Andrea is expecting his second son.

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