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  1. Rest in peace
  2. Yesterday, Kanye West debuted his new line at his Yeezy Season 5 show which happened to include several large fur coats and accessories. Sia, a longtime anti-fur advocate, took the opportunity to try and convince Kanye to give up the fur. She tweeted “Dear @kanyewest would you consider going fur free?” Further adding, “This is the reality of fur for fashion – it’s so sad” The tweet also was accompanied with YouTube video called Under the Fur Coats: Rabbits’ Screams of Death. If you recall, Sia had a similar plea last year when she tweeted at Kim Kardashian with the same video. The singer also called Azealia Banks the “wackest ****” after the controversial artist posted a video of herself cleaning out a closet covered in what appeared to be chicken remains. Banks would eventually respond, calling Sia an “ugly pasty dry white lady.” Here's an example of Kanye's new collection "Season 5". Halima Aden, the first hijab-wearing model to walk in his show, wore a fur coat on the runway:
  3. Meryl‘s rep released a statement denying the accusation and her stylist later clarified what happened in the communication with Chanel. The brand also apologized for the mix-up. Now, Meryl herself is speaking out to slam the designer and the publication that ran the story. Lagerfeld also spoke out and she references his statement in her own. source Miranda Priestley always wins
  4. At a private show she had tonight And some vocals she was serving, her drummer did a Facebook live: https://www.facebook.com/brandonestellemusic/videos/vb.572355769554328/1176841179105781/?type=2&theater
  5. After months of that bitch wikipedia mod rejecting her, she now has a wiki page. Read her inspiring life story here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cupcakke
  6. Falcons player says Lady Gaga halftime show contributed to Super Bowl meltdown Was it Lady Gaga's fault the Falcons lost Super Bowl LI? An NFL halftime is only 12 minutes long during the regular season, which means the players are usually only off the field for about 15 minutes total during halftime. However, for Super Bowl LI, the league put 30 minutes on the halftime clock for Lady Gaga’s show , which is actually a little longer than 30 minutes if you count the time it took to construct Lady Gaga’s stage, the time it took for the performance itself, and the time to get all Gaga’s equipment off the field once her show was over. Falcons receiver Mohamed Sanu was asked if the lengthy halftime show had a negative affect on his team. “It definitely did,” Sanu said. That sound you hear is Gaga album sales crashing in Atlanta. “Usually, halftime is only like 15 minutes, and when you’re not on the field for like an hour, it’s just like going to work out, like a great workout, and you go sit on the couch for an hour and then try to start working out again,” Sanu said. http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/falcons-player-says-lady-gaga-halftime-show-contributed-to-super-bowl-meltdown/
  7. 'Hidden Figures' Behind-the-Scenes Drama Raises Questions About Producer Credits The Hollywood Reporter While Pharrell Williams was instrumental in the Oscar nominee's music and marketing, he may not have met all the qualifications for the Producers Mark, which he was awarded for his work on the film. In mid-August 2016, three anonymous producers met in secret to determine who would receive the coveted "p.g.a." mark for the film Hidden Figures, a decision that would affect who will go up on stage to accept a best picture Oscar on Sunday night should the film win. With the December opening of the drama about a group of African-American women at NASA four months away, the trio of panelists evaluated the contributions of several key players and decided that Pharrell Williams, Donna Gigliotti, Peter Chernin, Jenno Topping and Ted Melfi would all earn the distinction. The Academy, following the PGA's lead, named all five as the nominees for the best picture award, so the entire group will be invited on stage in the event of a Hidden Figures victory. But a source with first-hand knowledge of the deliberations and the ruling says that unlike the other four, Williams, who wrote and performed music for the film, didn’t qualify for the distinction under the guild’s guidelines, based on the written statements and testimony submitted on his behalf. The source says Fox 2000, the studio behind the film, pressured the PGA to include Williams, and the PGA subsequently conveyed that message to the panelists before their August hearing. The panel was encouraged to make an exception. “So, all of the rules were usurped,” the source adds. The move, which gave Hidden Figures a high-profile pop star and African American among a group of white producers on a film about black women, highlights the issues at play in awarding coveted credits on awards contenders. Williams declined comment.
  8. The Cal Poly ethnic studies department is mixing pop culture and academia by offering a class on Beyoncé Knowles-Carter Spring 2017. The class is called Beyoncé: Race, Feminism, and Politics (ES 470). The syllabus is modeled after Beyoncé’s visual album “Lemonade.” Each week the class will cover one of the 12 themes Beyoncé covers in the album: intuition, denial, anger, apathy, emptiness, loss, accountability, reformation, forgiveness, resurrection, hope and redemption. The class will culminate in a Beyoncé conference called “Cal Poly Bey Day,” which will consist of a screening of “Lemonade,” faculty and student presentations, panels on Beyoncé’s work and student performances set to Beyoncé’s music. “Certainly, long before the rise of the ‘Lemonade’ album and that particular explosion in Beyoncé’s career, people have being using sort of academic life in conjunction with Beyoncé’s superstar status to really explore women of color feminism, anti-black racism as major themes that need to be explored,” Navarro said. “I don’t know if there’s anything more relevant in our current moment than dealing with police brutality, which Beyoncé has dealt with very overtly and evidently,” Navarro said. Beyoncé’s performance at the 2016 Super Bowl inspired worldwide conversations about police brutality. She paid tribute to the Black Panther Party, Malcolm X and Mario Woods, a man shot and killed by San Francisco police in December 2015. “I’m interested in thinking about ways to positively heal from racism and sexism,” Navarro said. “I think music is one way we heal. It is a medicine for us in so many ways. That’s why ‘Lemonade’ has been so striking for millions of people because they can resonate with so many of the themes on that album.” Navarro says Beyoncé’s popularity makes it easier for people to have open conversations about race on a predominantly white campus. Navarro calls Cal Poly a “PWI,” a predominantly white institution. “Her music and music videos lend themselves to critique and sort of the social fabric of U.S. life right now,” Navarro said. “I’ve had Professor Navarro before and she’s really cool and really knows what she’s talking about,” Butcher said. “Especially with Beyoncé getting so much attention in the media lately, academically it’ll be interesting to discuss her impact.” Beyoncé’s influence spreads far beyond Cal Poly. She is currently the woman with the most Grammy award nominations of all time. Beyoncé has six solo albums, all of which will be discussed in the class. “All of them have themes I think have never really tired in her cannon,” Navarro said. In her Video Vanguard Lifetime Achievement Award performance in 2014, Beyoncé performed her hit song “Flawless,” which samples author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, to a backdrop reading “FEMINIST.” In addition to her more recent and overtly political performances in recent years, Navarro says Beyoncé has been a feminist trailblazer since her days in all-girl R&B group Destiny’s Child. http://mustangnews.net/ethnic-studies-department-teach-class-beyonce/
  9. 2/25 Weinstein Films pre-Oscar dinner
  10. http://www.torontosun.com/2017/02/22/ricky-martin-i-have-a-major-foot-fetish
  11. Update: It's Normani! Original: With less than one month until the Season 24 premiere of “Dancing With the Stars,” ABC is setting the new cast of celebrity contestants. Nancy Kerrigan will compete on the upcoming season, along with a member of Fifth Harmony, a source tells Variety. Our insider also tells us that “The Bachelor” Nick Viall will more-than-likely be a contestant. Mr. T. and Simone Biles will also compete on Season 24, our source says, confirming the participation of the wrestler and Olympic gymnast, who was courted to dance on the competition series last year, but was unable to due to scheduling. (Her Rio teammate Laurie Hernandez competed and won last season). Source: http://variety.com/2017/tv/news/dancing-with-the-stars-season-24-cast-nancy-kerrigan-fifth-harmony-nick-viall-1201995262/
  12. when will your fave??
  13. The dark lord wrote the book Lana learnt Witchcraft from after all
  14. http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/western-australia/adele-triggers-traffic-warning-ahead-of-subiaco-oval-show-on-tuesday/news-story/29da1ffdca433f33d97b06e207d08adc Breaking U2's record from their 360-tour, the #1 tour of all time
  15. I like that they used him in this but they couldn't come up with better shirts...??