The rules that performers had to follow for #YeezySeason3




- the show played to a packed house in New York City but started 45 minutes late,

- up on the stage was supermodel Naomi Campbell,

- Veronica Webb and Alek Wek also came out onto the stage.

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James Blake - Modern Soul




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ONTD ORIGINAL: Real Housewives & Househusbands' Political Donations Exposed

Considering Teresa Giudice's recent endorsement of Trump, I thought I'd look into which candidates the housewives are supporting. I used opensecrets.org and only included recent campaign contributions.

  • Teresa Giudice may have endorsed Trump, but there's no record of her or Joe making any financial contributions to him or anyone else. Also, as a felon, she cannot vote!


    • Dorinda Medley is a long time supporter of Hillary since 2006. Her most recent contribution is $2700 to Hillary's presidential campaign.


    • I don't have any contributions from Yolanda Foster, but her ex David gave $2700 to Hillary and, interestingly, $2600 to Clay Aiken's 2014 failed congressional campaign.


    • Erika Girardi has made over a hundred contributions to various democratic campaigns and PACs, but her most recent contribution is a shocker: $2700 to Jeb Bush last July. Just the month before she had donated $5000 to Senator Leahy's PAC to reelect 7 democratic senators (including Chuck Schumer) and in March she donated another $5000 to Barbara Boxer's super PAC to elect 100+ democratic senators. Not sure what prompted her change because her husband has also made a number of contributions to democratic campaigns, though I don't see a recent contribution from him. Jeb? Really? Him?


    Basically, not many of the housewives have a record of making political contributions and the few that have haven't made too many in the past couple of years ¯\_(ツ)_/¯



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    Karlie Kloss at #YeezySeason3




    - she was sitting in the same row with 50 Cent, Olivier Rousteing, Kris Jenner and Melanie Griffith,

    - Jaden Smith, Anna Wintour, Jay-Z and Tyga were also there,

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    ONTD Original: 4 Singers Turned Politicians

    1. Eriko Imai



    In the 1990s, there was J-pop girl group SPEED. With their youngest being 12 at the time of their debut, these four girls surprised audiences with their decidedly mature image and sold over 20 million albums within 3 years, making them one of Asia's biggest girl groups at one point. Their original run lasted from 1996-2000, and while they have reunited since, they are not at the levels of their former glory. One of the members, Eriko Imai (32), has recently announced her intentions to run for Japanese parliament under the Liberal Democratic Party. Her key issues are disability advocacy due to her experience as mother of a deaf son and American military presence in Okinawa as she, like her other former band members, is from Okinawa. The Liberal Democratic Party hopes that she will invigorate young voters as well.

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    SPEED - White Love music video
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    Clay Aiken - Invisible music video
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    Midnight Oil - The Dead Heart music video
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    Sonny and Cher - I Got You Babe music video
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    In WTF is Happening News: No Doubt Moves on Without Gwen, New Album to Feature AFI's Davey Havok


    "According to Billboard, guitarist Tom Dumont, bassist Tony Kanal, and drummer Adrian Young have teamed up with AFI frontman Davey Havok. They’ve already recorded an album together, which they’re currently shopping to various record labels."

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    I love No Doubt and I love AFI... but this just does not compute.

    Emma Thompson has a solution to #OscarsSoWhite



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    also:

    "We just have to write the stories and make them, encourage it and get behind it. You've got to get into drama schools and schools, find people who want to do this work and give them the opportunity to do it, that's more likely to get that opportunity here really – and make the stories."


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