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  1. Lady Gaga Is The Most Popular Artist To Listen To For Workouts When it comes to working out, we all know the right music can help motivate us. FitRated set out to discover which artist and music genre people turn to most often for a little inspiration while exercising. In order to find the answers they were looking for, FitRated surveyed more than 1,000 people across the country and asked them about the artists, genres, and factors that "helped them find motivation." After that, FitRated "crossed that information against their preferred types of workouts." FitRated notes that, despite genre, Lady Gaga was the most popular artist they studied when it came specifically to workouts. While she was the soundtrack for pop music workouts more often than any other singer, the study found that Michael Jackson and Bruno Mars were not far behind her in that category Pop: 1. Lady Gaga 2. Michael Jackson 3. Bruno Mars Hip-Hop/Rap: 1. The Weeknd 2. Lil Wayne 3. Eminem Classic Rock: 1. Queen 2. AC/DC 3. Aerosmith Alternative: 1. Red Hot Chili Peppers 2. Linkin Park 3. Nirvana EDM: 1. The Chainsmokers 2. Calvin Harris 3. David Guetta Heavy Metal: 1. Metallica 2. KISS 3. Slipknot Read more: https://my929.iheart.com/content/2020-09-24-lady-gaga-is-most-popular-artist-to-listen-to-for-workouts/
  2. https://www.polygon.com/2020/9/24/21452826/harry-potter-video-game-hogwarts-legacy-warner-bros-jk-rowling-transphobia J.K. Rowling, the creator of Harry Potter, has proudly declared and displayed her transphobic views numerous times. It would take too long to describe Rowling’s full history of transphobia, but a good place to start would be her own blog post about this issue, followed by this debunking of several of the false claims and inaccuracies in said blog post. Apparently, her transphobic views are also on display in her new book, in which a man dresses up as a woman to kill other women. Variations of this trope have already appeared in Silence of the Lambs and Dressed to Kill, so this transphobia isn’t even original. thots? still gonna buy it but i wanted to see what ATRL thot about it
  3. Delicious

    Tory says Meg is lying

    via music
  4. “In the beginning, Max was super careful about self-promotion [and] things with his career, but once they got engaged, he really hit the gas pedal and wanted to make the most out of his career opportunities,” the source says. “He felt more comfortable doing so after they were fiancés and had a little bit more of a leg up.” “The distance has been weighing on them,” the first source explains. “She has been seeing how much Max’s fame increased since being with her and it left a bad taste in her mouth.” Shortly before news of their split made headlines, those close to Ehrich and the “Skyscraper” singer were “skeptical” about their odds of making it down the aisle. “Friends thought they were going to implode,” a source previously revealed. source: https://t.co/JQfeTUzjNR "It was a tough decision, but Demi and Max have decided to go their separate ways to focus on their respective careers," says the source. "They have respect and love for one another and will always cherish the time they spent together." source: https://t.co/008pN6SPZ1
  5. getback

    JLo won Imagen Awards for Hustlers

    still collecting trophy for the career-defining iconic role of Ramona a whole year later after the movie premiere
  6. lovedaddy

    Lana debuts a new man?

    good for ha, but where is a COCC for us?
  7. Highest Grossing Films of 2020 worldwide 1. The Eight Hundred - $425,633,208 2. Bad Boys for Life - $424,617,855 3. Sonic the Hedgehog - $308,255,534 4. Tenet - $251,100,000 5. Dolittle - $245,647,235 6. Birds of Prey - $201,858,461 7. Onward - $138,191,031 8. The Invisible Man - $134,906,306 9. The Call of the Wild - $107,604,626 10. Mulan - $57,000,000 Who knew there was gonna be so many flops in the global ranking?
  8. Arcadius

    Mandy Moore Pregnant

    Expecting her first child with her husband Taylor Goldsmith in 2021. Congrats to them both!
  9. https://www.allure.com/story/lisa-rinna-beauty-lip-products-interview We can now have her legendary lips
  10. Alak96

    Twitter skulldrags Ed Sheeran

    The white devil being trash. What's new?
  11. https://www.theverge.com/2020/9/24/21453061/ava-max-roblox-album-launch-party Some of the comments so far:
  12. Katamari

    a Call to JK....

    https://mermaidsuk.org.uk/news/a-call-to-j-k-rowling/ saw this on another site and wanted to know how yall, an LGBTQ+ site, felt about it! last JK thread i swear
  13. And many more tweets, the UK is really a disgusting, racist country
  14. https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/books/story/2020-09-23/review-of-the-meaning-of-mariah-carey Memoir out on the 29th!!