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    Does using the word unapologetic automatically mean you're going to make a mess of yourself, ONTD?

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    Is your fav a flawless ageless vampire, or a problematic human?


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    Shay Mitchell has built a reputation as an actress with a keen eye for fashion.

    The 27-year-old continued to impress while shopping at MAC cosmetics at The Grove in West Hollywood.






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    best MAC products? makeup post?

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    ONTD's Favorite Enfant terrible is going steady with boyfriend Patrick Schwarzenegger. Besides posting intimate pictures of twosome on her Instagram and wrecking havoc in clubs on West Coast, she also is considering investing a reasonable sum of money in Patrick's business. That's right, son of Arnie is an owner of a pizza chain restaurants and self-proclaimed pizza lover. Patrick expressed his gratitude by giving his girlfriend a pizza-themed bedspread and pepperoni onesie. In turn Miley announced 'have da best bf eva' to her dozen of followers. Aww, young love!













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    Today ONTD's question is 'Who is your best boyfriend ever?'. Or, 'What kind of pizza do you like the most?'. Or 'Describe your bed sheets'. Whatever.

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  • 01/03/15--11:50: Celebrity Picture Post
  • Naomi Watts and January Jones at LAX


    Rooney Mara at LAX


    Kat Dennings & Josh Groban in NYC



    Reese Witherspoon at LAX


    Carmen Electra in West Hollywood


    Ryan Seacrest in NYC


    Emma Roberts in LA




    Emmy Rossum at LAX


    Kylie and Kris Jenner in Calabasas



    The Smith family in Hawaii



    Rita Ora on NYE and returning home to London



    Jessica Alba at LAX


    Brooke Shields in Mexico


    Victoria Justice at LAX


    Kate Beckinsale in Brentwood


    Ashley Tisdale in LA


    Keira Knightley and James Righton in London


     Olivia Palermo and husband Johannes Huebl in Switzerland


    Sofia Vergara at LAX


    Gwen Stefani at Aspen and at LAX




    Khloe Kardashian at 1Oak



    Gerard Butler at LAX


    Cody Simpson and Gigi Hadid at LAX



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    Kristen Stewart is back in LA after enjoying a short trip to Spirit Portal Hawaii with her cousin Alicia in true ~just-the-two-of-us style.   K-stew spent there a joyful (we think) New Year Eve with her trustful companion, however, we are left to imagine what exactly happened, beside the obvious, as British Finest Celebrity Outlet and its army of paps drones is not operating in this area. Though with girls back in town we can assume the walking posts activities will reassume.



    MODERN KORRASAMI!!!!one!!one!!














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    She needs to come out so I can officially stan for her. Speaking of which, I need someone to make me an icon of Gaystew. Anyone willing to help yours truly?

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    Summary:

    -A woman claims Prince Andrew forced her to have sex with him when she was underrage
    -the lawsuit also claims an American investment banker made her a sex slave to rich and powerful men while she was underrage
    -the lawsuit was brought on by several women who were also made sex slaves by a friend of Prince Andrew's: multi-millionaire, Jeffrey Epstein
    -Epstein was previously convicted for having sex with a minor in 2008
    -Prince Andrew has not responded to the lawsuit
    -Buckingham Palace claims it is all untrue

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    SOURCE: https://twitter.com/DailyMailCeleb/status/551020757875425280

    Has your crush/lover ever told you to lose weight?

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    it's from Angie's Today Show interview as she
    promotes Unbroken. Do you cook your own
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    A follow up to my last post. Basically Kristen was leaving airport with her cousin Alicia when a random man approached her and asked to sign a Twilight photo of her and ex-boyfriend Robert Pattinson together and K-stew was having none of it. The video also shows paps egging her on to attack the guy and Alicia being super cool lady. You better stan this couple, ONTD.

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    2.02 An Ordinary Man
    King Louis demands to experience the life of his carefree subjects, but his night of fun quickly comes to an end when he and d'Artagnan are mistaken for commoners and kidnapped by the notorious criminal Lemaitre to be sold to Spain as slaves. Meanwhile Rochefort uses the king's absence to become closer to Queen Anne.

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    Darkness by Day
    Directed by Martin De Salvo

    Awarded Best Director in the Horror category at Austin’s Fantastic Fest, Darkness by Day is an intimate, Gothic tale. Director De Salvo crafts the often beautiful from a delicate point-of-view, that of its Argentine vampire and not the older men hunting her. Instead, DARKNESS finds a cooped up woman, relegated to hearing stories of world-traveling friends and cousins, liberated by vampirism. Darkness by Day is currently awaiting distribution.


    Goodnight Mommy
    Directed by Severin Fiala, Veronika Franz

    Produced by celebrated Austrian filmmaker Ulrich Seidl and directed by team Severin Fiala & Veronika Franz, the latter of which co-penned Seidl’s Paradise trilogy, Goodnight Mommy is completely devastating art-horror. Stunningly designed in a stunner of a modern, isolated home, this tale of familial terror is palpably paranoid from its start. A pair of twins distrust their mother, whose face is obscured by a cold mask aiding her recovery from cosmetic surgery. It all leads to possibly the most primal scream I’ve ever heard on film. Goodnight Mommy is currently awaiting a release date from Radius-TWC.


    It Follows
    Directed by David Robert Mitchell

    You’ve no doubt heard of It Follows by now, that the film is a frightening revelation. This is entirely true. David Robert Mitchell recalls the same youthful authenticity of his debut The Myth of the American Sleepover, while channeling Carpenter’s fantastic sense of frame in a totally chilling, finely composed tale of a sexually transmitted urban legend. Clever, slightly surreal and mostly devoid of parents (except one, oh god), It Follows is unexpected, its horror is confrontational and its sheen-synth score from Rich Vreeland is fantastic. It is the heir to Elm Street. It Follows is out March 27th from Radius-TWC.


    When Animals Dream
    Directed by Jonas Alexander Arnby

    Boasting a folktale-like Danish seaside location, Jonas Alexander Arnby’s coming-of-age werewolf film is undeniably beautiful. Its minimalist werewolf FX strike a perfect Universal-esque balance between monstrous and sympathetic, and its story of an evolving, changing girl, ostracized by her community, ultimately boils down to telling young women, “You do you.” When Animals Dream is currently awaiting a release date from Radius-TWC.

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    Daily Mail reports that after ten years of marriage, Idina and Taye are officially divorced and free to move on with their lives.

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    For those who care to recall, Taye and Idina met on Broadway and married in 2003. Idina grew in mainstream popularity and is partially responsible for the constant barrage of 'Let it Go'. Taye Diggs enjoyed some success but after some flop TV and movie choices, he then decided that it would be best to blame black women and their 'alleged' jealousy over his marriage to a white woman as the reason for his lacklustre career.

    They had a son from the union and agreed amicable custody terms for the sake of their child.

    I wish them both well.

    ONTD, its a New Year. What are your plans in the love department? To all the users going through divorce or a difficult break-up, lots of love to you. It can only get better.


    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2895373/Idina-Menzel-Taye-Diggs-finally-finalise-divorce-year-ending-10-year-marriage.html

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    De música ligera
    Soda Stereo
    Argentina

    It is one of the most famous and symbolic song of the group, whose musical influence has been remarkable in the history of Latin rock for over two decades. Due to its popularity, the song is considered a hymn of rock en español.
    1990

    Estoy aquí
    Shakira
    Colombia

    Upon its release, "Estoy Aquí" received generally favorable reviews from music critics, who recognized it as a stand-out track from Pies Descalzos. The song peaked at numbers 1 and 2 on the Billboard Latin Pop Songs and Latin Songs component charts.
    1996

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    Matador
    Los Fabulosos Cadillacs
    Argentina

    El Matador is one of the Cadillacs song about the oppression and forced disappearances during the years of military dictatorship across Latin America, particularly National Reorganization Process in Argentina. It's considered their signature song since the song topped the charts all across Latin America.
    1993

    María
    Ricky Martin
    Puerto Rico

    It was released as a single on November 21, 1995 in Latin American territories, and later in other parts of the world. "María" sold over 5 million copies and became Martin's first international hit single, including number one positions in Belgium Wallonia, France, and Australia.
    1995

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    Gimme tha power
    Molotov
    México

    It's considered one of the most emblematic songs by Molotov but also the most controversial because the lyrics strongly criticizes politicians from the Institutional Revolutionary Party, who were in the power in México during that time.
    1997

    Lamento boliviano
    Enanitos Verdes
    Argentina

    It was originally composed, written and performed by argentine rock band "Alcohol Etílico" in 1984. It was recorded and released as a single again in 1994 but this time by Enanitos Verdes, the song quickly became a hit all over Latin America.
    1994

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    La ingrata
    Café Tacuba
    México

    "Re" was Café Tacuba's second and perhaps most important contribution to México's music scene. The album is widely considered to be the best Latin American album of all time. La Ingrata was their biggest hit.
    1994

    A Dios le pido
    Juanes
    Colombia

    The song is an anthem asking God to bless and protect the singer's family, future children, and close friends. It quickly became a hymn for peace through all of Latin America. This track won the Latin Grammy Award for Best Rock Song at the Latin Grammy Awards of 2002, the second year in a row for the singer.
    2002

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    No me doy por vencido
    Luis Fonsi
    Puerto Rico

    Luis Fonsi cracked the Billboard Hot 100 for the first time in September 2008 with his song "No Me Doy Por Vencido", debuting at number 98 and peaking at number 92. It reached #1 on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks, his biggest hit to date. This song became Billboard's Latin Pop Song Of The Decade.
    2008

    Sin documentos
    Los Rodríguez
    Argentina

    Their album "Sin Documentos" brought the group to the hit parade. Despite their short career, their great success inspired a revolution in the Spanish pop music market, returning attention to groups that sing in Spanish (and bands with Spanish roots).
    1993

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    Corazón partío
    Alejandro Sanz
    Spain

    Released as a single, the flamenco-influenced upbeat song was his international breakthrough and entered several Billboard charts in the United States, including Hot Latin Tracks and Hot Dance Singles Sales.
    1997

    La pachanga
    Vilma Palma e Vampiros
    Argentina

    Their first album "Vilma Palma e Vampiros" sold more than one million copies, becoming a gold and platinum album. The song "La Pachanga" became a huge hit, in Argentina and other Latin American countries, which led them to perform in Colombia, Chile, Perú, Parauguay and Uruguay.
    1992

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    Provócame
    Chayanne
    Puerto Rico

    "Provócame" is Chayanne's signature song. The album "Provócame" also featured the hit El Centro de mi Corazón (#1 U.S. Hot Latin, 1992), and was nominated for Pop Song of the Year at the Lo Nuestro Awards of 1993, while Chayanne was listed for Male Pop Artist.
    1992

    Flaca
    Andrés Calamaro
    Argentina

    The album "Alta Suciedad" is the second best-selling argentine rock album and Rolling Stones listed it in the 100 greatest albums of argentine rock. This song is the most popular from the album.
    1997

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    Bolero falaz
    Aterciopelados
    Colombia

    The hit song "Bolero Falaz" not only had a strong rock-ballad feel, but it showcased Andrea's powerfully seductive voice. The song broke the band on MTV Latin America and made them stars all over Latin America.
    1995

    Experiencia religiosa
    Enrique Iglesias
    Spain

    The song was awarded "Pop Song of the Year" at the Lo Nuestro Awards award, and the Music Video also was nominated for Video of the Year the previous year. The track peaked at number 1, for three weeks on April 20, 1996. The single spent twelve weeks in the top ten and also peaked at number 1 in Mexico for four weeks.
    1995

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    Rayando el sol
    Maná
    México

    The album "Falta Amor" gained commercial success once Maná's first hit single, "Rayando El Sol" hit radio stations. Other songs that gained critical acclaim were: "Buscándola" and "Perdido En Un Barco".
    1990

    La chispa adecuada
    Héroes del silencio
    Spain

    The album "Avalancha" is the fourth and last album of the spanish rock band. "La chispa adecuada" became their signature song, it also was #1 in "Los 40 principales" most successful songs list.
    1995

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    Mío
    Paulina Rubio
    México

    Mío is the first official single by Mexican pop singer Paulina Rubio from her first album, La Chica Dorada. It's considered Paulina's biggest hit during the decade and her signature song.
    1992

    La flaca
    Jarabe de palo
    Spain

    La Flaca is the debut album by the Spanish Latin rock group Jarabe de Palo. When the title-track of the album was used as a TV advertisement, the album became a commercial success in Spain, reaching number one on the charts and being certified six times platinum for domestic shipments exceeding 600,000 copies.
    1996

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    Más de lo que te imaginas
    The Sacados
    Argentina

    The Sacados was a famous pop-house argentine band. In 1994, they release their fourth album, the single "Más de lo que te imaginas" becames a huge hit in Latin America and their signature song.
    1995

    El duelo
    La Ley
    Chile

    In 1995, the band released "Invisible", the album was their international breakout record and provided to the band their best-selling studio album to date, it included the number ones "Dia Cero" and "El Duelo" which exceed the expectations of the band and quickly rose to the top spot in most of the billboard charts in Latin America.
    1995

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    Pelo suelto
    Gloria Trevi
    México

    Tu Ángel de la Guarda (Your guardian angel) is Gloria Trevi's second album and it contained her most widely known hit, "Pelo Suelto". It reached number one all over Latin America and in Spain.
    1991

    Déjame llorar
    Ricardo Montaner
    Venezuela/Colombia

    In 1992 he recorded his last album for the company Sonorodven titled "Los hijos del sol". The first single "Castillo Azul" was a huge hit along with the single "Déjame llorar".
    1992

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    Te quiero tanto, tanto
    Onda Vaselina
    México

    In 1998 Onda Vaselina made a huge comeback with a strong album that made history in the Mexican charts "Entrega Total". The album sent the group back to the # 1 spot not only in Mexico but the rest of Latin America, "Te Quiero Tanto, Tanto" reached # 1 on the Billboard Latin chart.
    1997

    A puro dolor
    Son By Four
    Puerto Rico

    The song reached number-one on Billboard Top Latin Songs chart, and became the longest running chart topper of its history, spending 20 weeks at the top. Two versions of the track were produced for the album; one as a salsa and the other as a ballad.
    2000

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    Mujeres
    Ricardo Arjona
    Guatemala

    "Mujeres" is a 1992 song by Guatemalan singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona, and was the singer's first major international hit.
    1992

    Tratar de estar mejor
    Diego Torres
    Argentina

    In 1994 he released his second album "Tratar de estar mejor" which received 5 platinum albums in Argentina and gold and platinum albums in other Latin American countries. This song launched Torres to the international scene.
    1994

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    Piel Morena
    Thalía
    México

    "Piel Morena" is a song written by Kike Santander, produced by Emilio Estefan Jr. and recorded by Thalía. It was released as the lead single of her fourth studio album En éxtasis, which was her international debut. It's considered one of her signature songs, reaching number one in over 25 countries.
    1995

    Vuela vuela
    Magneto
    México

    This song was a cover of "Voyage voyage" by french singer Desireless (1986). It became a hit single in Mexico and Latin America and it spent 14 weeks at #1 in 20 countries.
    1991

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    Otro día más sin verte
    Jon Secada
    Cuba

    Otro Día Más Sin Verte is the Spanish language debut album by Jon Secada, which was released in 1992, to coincide with the release of his self-titled album in English released in that same year. This was a very successful release, being the first album to collect four number-one singles in the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks.
    1992

    Desesperada
    Marta Sánchez
    Spain

    It was written by Steve Singer, Austin Roberts and Carlos Toro. It was a huge hit in México and Spain reaching #1 in both countries and #10 on Billboard Hot Latin Tracks.
    1993

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    Mujer Amante
    Rata Blanca
    Argentina

    "Mujer amante" is one of the most popular songs by Rata Blanca. It was written by Adrián Barilari y Walter Giardino. It was a successful release, and in its wake the band appeared in the TV show Ritmo de la Noche, and played in cumbia concert halls because typical rock venues could not accommodate their large audiences.
    1990

    ¡Corre!
    Jesse & Joy
    México

    The song has become one of the most successful for the duo, reaching number-one position in several countries. The song won Song of the Year and Record of the Year at the 13th Annual Latin Grammy Awards.
    2011

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    No te pido flores
    Fanny Lú
    Colombia

    It's the debut song by Fanny Lú on her first studio album Lágrimas Cálidas. It received a Billboard Music Latin nomination for "Tropical Airplay of the Year" and a Latin Grammy nomination for "Best Tropical Song". The song is a mix of tropical rhythms with vallenato and Latin pop.
    2007

    Corazón espinado
    Santana featuring Maná
    México/U.S.A.

    It was released on the Santana album Supernatural in 1999, and became a massive hit in Spanish-speaking countries. It won the "Record of the Year" and "Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group" at the 2000 Latin Grammy Awards.
    2000

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    Amor prohibido
    Selena
    U.S.A

    Amor Prohibido is composed mainly of Mexican cumbia and dance-pop songs sung in Spanish, and helped to expand the Tejano music movement in the US. Its title track stayed at number one for nine consecutive weeks, was nominated for a Grammy Award, sold over 400,000 copies in the US, and according to Billboard magazine was the most successful Latin single of 1994.
    1994

    Todo cambió
    Camila
    México

    Todo Cambió is the title of a debut album released by Mexican pop music band Camila. The title track has been the recipient of many awards and nominations, including a Latin Grammy Award nomination for Song of the Year in 2007 and the Best Song award at the Premios Lo Nuestro 2008, where the band also won in the Group or Duo of the year field.
    2006

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    Laura no está
    Nek
    Italy

    "Laura non c'è" (in Spanish: "Laura no está"), became a major hit in Europe and Latin America in 1997, being one of the most listened songs of that year.
    1997

    Se fue
    Laura Pausini
    Italy

    The song was originally recored in italian but Laura released a spanish version of the song: "Se fue" and it was included in her Spanish-language debut album, released in 1994. A remix version of "Se fue" was released in the same year and became popular in Spanish dance clubs. The song later became one of Pausini's best known singles.
    1994

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    Mi bombón
    Cabas
    Colombia

    His single "Mi Bombón" topped the Colombia's charts for three consecutive months, earning him a gold disc and a double platinum disc. Cabas began to promote his music in other parts of Latin America and the United States, receiving positive feedback from critics and an article in Billboard magazine.
    2002

    Noviembre sin ti
    Reik
    México/U.S.A.

    In May 2005, Reik released their self-titled debut album, produced by Abelardo Vazquez. The first single "Yo Quisiera" got heavy rotation on Mexican pop radio stations and soon went to number one. Their second single "Qué Vida La Mía" also topped the Mexican charts as did their third single "Noviembre Sin Ti".
    2005

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    Tanto la quería
    Andy & Lucas
    Spain

    The duo made their recording industry debut with the release of "Andy & Lucas", produced by the Argentine-born Alejo Stivel. The disc went on to sell more than 200,000 units, topping the national charts for a number of weeks.
    2003

    Mi niña bonita
    Maía
    Colombia

    In 2003, Maía released her first studio album "El Baile de los Sueños" which was distributed throughout Latin America, Spain and the United States. "Niña Bonita" was used as the main theme for the Colombian telenovela La Costeña y El Cachaco and became a huge hit. Mi reina bonita ♡♡♡
    2003

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    Tiempo de vals
    Chayanne
    Puerto Rico

    Tiempo de Vals is the fifth studio album by Chayanne released. The album featured successful singles four singles that reach on Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks chart. THIS ICONIC SONG <333. I don't know how it is in your countries but in mine, we play/dance this song in every single quinceañera party. Bless.
    1990




    SOURCES: Wikipedia, Las 100 grandiosas canciones de los 90s en español + Me.

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