Kylie has repeatedly denied getting any work done for her lips but she just posted a photo on IG revealing even larger lips! She also took to her twitter to deny stories about her trying to get into Greystone with Tyga!
I never tried to get into greystone nor do I ever plan on going in the future.— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) November 20, 2014
Who makes this shit up. Don't believe everything you read.— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) November 20, 2014
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loving the lip color <3!
Local officials in the small Polish town of Tuszyn have decided to rule out Winnie the Pooh as a mascot for their playground because apparently he's an "inappropriately dressed" bear of "dubious sexuality". One of the council members recorded this bizarre meeting and leaked it to local press.
One conservative councillor said: "The problem with that bear is it doesn’t have a complete wardrobe. It is half naked which is wholly inappropriate for children. Ours [i.e. a Polish fictional bear] is dressed from head to toe, unlike Pooh who is only dressed from the waist up."
Another offended official argued: "It doesn’t wear underpants because it doesn’t have a sex. It’s a hermaphrodite."
Author AA Milne was not spared: "This is very disturbing but can you imagine! The author was over 60 and cut his [Pooh's] testicles off with a razor blade because he had a problem with his identity."
Almost six out of 10 Australians have had little or no contact with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people; statistics that may explain how negative stereotypes surrounding Indigenous people continue to persist.
First Contact, a new three part reality series, aired this week on SBS. The concept was simple: find six non-Indigenous Australian who have controversial (racist) views on Aboriginal people and take them on a month long journey around the country to meet Indigenous people in an attempt to change their beliefs.
The participants decided to share some of their ignorant views before beginning the journey:
"Petrol-sniffing and drug-taking." ... "They've got plasma TVs but no food." ... "I'm Australian. I was born here, just like they were." ... "We give them houses, they burn them down." ... "Aboriginal people are definitely more disadvantaged." ... "They get so much more than us." ... "Everything costs more for me, but why is it less for them?" ... "A lot of freeloading." ... "Having this free ride, and I'm working my arse off." ... "Classing themselves as Aboriginal to get more welfare." ... "I've had very little to do with Indigenous people." ... "When it comes to brains, unfortunately ... " ... "Aboriginal people keep using the past. Move on." ... "You think it's racist? Well, I don't fucking care."
read more: http://www.news.com.au/entertainment/tv/racist-australians-hard-to-crack-after-reality-show-first-contact-has-mixed-success/story-fn8yvfst-1227130690139
watch episodes here: http://www.sbs.com.au/programs/first-contact
so, who watched First Contact?
Kathie Lee Gifford weighs in on Bill Cosby sexual-abuse allegations: "I never saw it personally," she tells PEOPLE http://t.co/auL5LNN6Qo— People magazine (@peoplemag) November 22, 2014
- Opened for him for 2 years in the late 70's.
- He never acted inappropriate with her, so she doesn't know what to make of the allegations~.
- Doesn't think it means it didn't happen though, she just didn't see it. [Duh!]
- Thinks Cosby should address these allegations~ himself.
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My 4th grade self loved this movie...but then I grew up and yea, fuck Disney.
IN ADDITION TO GIVING A SHIRTLESS LECTURE AT MIT, LIL B confirmed Kevin Durant's injury is due to the curse of the Based God, admitting that he loves Kevin Durant, "Yes, I do love Kevin Durant, and I appreciate him, and I appreciate the NBA."
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ONTD, what has the Based God done for you?
lil b's twitter
he slayed. those shoes tho lmaooo
still sad about papasito royce not getting any latin grammys smh :'(
- How did Flirtmoji come to be?
It’s been many months in the making. All four of us had experience with jokingly and poorly substituting the existing emojis into text conversations to try to communicate sex, and it never worked. But the game-changer came because one of the guys in the group was having really elaborate texting engagement back and forth with a long distance girlfriend. We realized that we needed to do this, to draw up sex as icons, and make it completely comprehensive, funny, and diverse.
- Some of these, like the vulva in particular, are really detailed and surprisingly anatomically correct. Did you have to think about ways to also make them sexy?
Well that’s the meat of the project. That’s where some of the most heated debate came out. To pass our test, the drawings have to be sex-positive. Anyone has to be able to look at them and not feel offended. There’s definitely a ton that didn’t make the cut.
- I like the idea of Flirtmoji, but I’m not sold on the name yet. Why did you decided to call them that, instead of something like "Sextmoji," for instance?
I think sex is obvious, and we also wanted them to be available to people who aren’t having sex. You can be flirting, it doesn’t have to be about intercourse. If it’s not so serious to you, there are flirty icons. There’s stigma around sexting, so part of this project is light and funny. I think naming them around the word "flirting" keeps it there.
What are your fave flirtmoji?
Welcome pic.twitter.com/n5QmbL0yQE— Calvin Harris (@CalvinHarris) October 24, 2014
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-Watch Calvin smile
-Watch/Listen to Calvin talking in his Scottish accent
-Watch Calvin be serious saying he is "standing in a kitchen"
-Watch Calvin hug his friend/director Emil Nava
-Watch Calvin take 2 chickens home
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Season three of 'The Following' starts airing on Fox in 2015... now with new showrunners and Michael Ealy
Cillian comes in around 9:40. He chats about Peaky Blinders, accents, and no longer being a vegetarian.
A recent interview with composer Amanda Green and Neil Meron, the executive producer of NBC's upcoming Peter Pan Live, revealed that the showrunners brought on award-winning Chickasaw composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate as a consultant for the Native American musical aspects of the show.
The changes, according to Meron, involved "stripping [the music] down and taking out things that were silly in the day it was written and offensive today." The original show was very stereotypical and racist with its depiction of the Native American characters and the Broadway revival, while improving some aspects of their part in the show, kept almost all of the original, stereotypical lines and lyrics.
In particular, the song "Ugg-a-Wugg" has been dramatically revamped for NBC's upcoming production. In an interview with Salon, Tate broke down exactly what changes he and the musical director brought to the song to give it more integrity and remove the offensive material.
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source: original interview (other text is my own words) + source about NBC's casting
So fetch! Lacey Chabert wore her actual wedding dress for a holiday movie: http://t.co/pgXwEI6jZ7— Us Weekly (@usweekly) November 22, 2014
This is an excuse for a Christmas shopping post! What's your list for others looking like? Have you started buying yet? Any deals and shit? Post gift ideas!
Early Friday projections show Lionsgate’s “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1″ heading for an opening weekend of about $125 million in the U.S. — significantly lower than recent forecasts and over 20% below the first two “Hunger Games” movies.
- Channing Tatum and Reid Carolin will co-direct and produce a film based on Matthe Quick's YA book "Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock"
- "Leonard Peacock" is about a teen who is planning to kill his friend then himself until a heroic teacher intervenes
- Channing Tatum might play the heroic teacher
- Matthew Quick, who wrote the book "Silver Linings Playbook" is becoming popular; his next book "Love May Fail" is being adapted/directed by Sam Raimi
- Channing Tatum and Reid Carolin also plan to direct "The Son", a crime thriller based on a Jo Nesbro novel
lol awful vid as per usual w/ Sony Aus. Still love the song tho
Jack and Alfred discuss what motivates their characters, working opposite Viola Davis and the show's moral compass on TheWrap's latest “Drinking With the Stars”
Her London play Speed-the-Plow closes on Nov. 29 — and then Lindsay’s thinking about her next steps in life.
“Lindsay is determined to be a movie star again.”
“Lindsay plans to return home to her family in New York for a bit and is then heading to L.A. because she has three big movies that she is getting ready to star in,” the source reveals.
More at the source
Do you think Linds can make a comeback, ONTD?
- hints have been dropped to suggest that Idris Elba could be playing villain Apocalypse
- "In the most recent episode, Sneider calls in with a little scoop, but doesn’t name names. He states that there are actors he’s heard, who are in contention for the part of Apocalypse, but doesn’t say who the actors are, and instead only drops the following hint, regarding one of the actors: “We heard him say the word ‘apocalypse’ a lot last year.”"
- is this a nod to his character from Pacific Rim?
- the toughest scene is of them rowing a boat, they weren't very good at it
- they'll both be in the Golden Globes, so let's all start praying now they go together and unofficially confirm that they're hooking up
this post is brought to you by Sam and Cait's homeric chemistry
- Thwaites is in final negotiations to play a British soldier, supposedly his character will be like the Orlando Bloom (Will Turner) of this film
- Johnny Depp and Geoffrey Rush will both be back in their roles
- Javier Bardem is in talks to play the villain, "a ghost captain who blames Sparrow for the death of his brother and is searching for a supernatural object to aid him in revenge"
- the film will be called "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales"
'DWTS' Celeb Janel Parrish -- 'Pretty Little Liars' Could Sabotage Dance Title http://t.co/F8LHb8DkuV— TMZ (@TMZ) November 22, 2014
this cast is a MESS. just when i thought things were going well again (all the girls have seemed to gotten close after the messiness of season 3 & 4), this tea is dropped. did you know they're reducing the episode order for the final 2 seasons?
French Performer Karo Swen has released her latest pole dance video, part of a larger movement to place pole dancing into the mainstream of athleticism and artistry. The boys have had their latest burst of attention with Parkour; is it time now for a woman's sinewy toughness to be featured in the mainstream? Can we expect to see an action filled opening sequence of pole dancing and assassination in the next film featuring Nancy Drew or Alley Cat? Maybe a test competition in the Olympics in 10 years?
Yes, for French performer Karo Swen, pole dancing is much more than just a skimpy dance it’s an art. In this video you will get to see Swen showing off some amazing anti gravity moves as she pole dances to a drop hitch beat. The dance moves are a mix of athletic movements and dance. It brings you a fusion of gymnastics, hip-hop dance and everything that is absolutely stunning.
Deftness and grace in the female form, worth checking out!
This question is from a Times reader: “Witherspoon wanted to create better roles for women, but has ‘Gone Girl’ shown women in a better role? Is it empowering or continuing stereotypes?”
Flynn: I’ve been asked that a lot, and to me the answer is always: “Of course, it’s not misogynistic.” Women shouldn’t be expected to only play nurturing, kind caretakers. [...] That’s always been part of my goal — to show the dark side of women. Men write about bad men all the time, and they’re called antiheroes.
When you were writing the books, did you think, “I’m breaking the mold and pushing the edges of these women characters?”
Flynn: A theme that has always interested me is how women express anger, how women express violence. That is very much part of who women are, and it’s so unaddressed. A vast amount of literature deals with cycles of violence about men, antiheroes. Women lack that vocabulary.
Strayed: The story I wrote has an ancient tradition in literature, man against nature, the hero’s journey. I was conscious of the narratives that I was both taking part in and also countering because the variation on the theme is: It was a woman, and it wasn’t “versus.” I say the wild felt like home to me. It wasn’t me trying to conquer it; it was me living in it. So much about “Wild” is about acceptance and surrender and vulnerability. To me that’s the greatest strength, not this conquering kind of narrative that we have embedded in our bones.
source: thenewyorktimes - read the rest here!
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i see these other house niggas chimed in this is why you sorry niggas are last in everything this is why...you stand for nothing— Faizon Love (@FAIZONLOVE) November 22, 2014
this is why your kids are murdered and you march then take your sorry ass to the mall, dumb porch monkeys we don't need you educated fools— Faizon Love (@FAIZONLOVE) November 22, 2014
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Nope, Mohawk Girls as in Native Canadian women living on a Mohawk reservation, trying to figure out how to be themselves and still maintain their cultural identity.
It's billed as Sex in the City on the Rez. I never watched Sex in the City because it had no appeal to me, being set in New York.
However, women trying to get by and be themselves, in a rural area, navigating 2 cultures, it sounds interesting in and of itself, and some things are universal to rural areas, eg. finding someone to date... "I'm not having troll babies with my second cousin!"
It's directed by Tracey Deer, a Mohawk film director and writer. Two of the actresses are also Mohawk, one is Inuit and another is Metis.
It's shot in Kahnawake in Quebec, so it should be a peek into life on the rez for those who are not Aboriginal, and probably familiar to those who are.
It premieres on Sunday on OMNI 1, and on Tuesday on APTN.
Toronto Star article
(mods: my source links were outside the cut in my first attempt, so I omitted the picture so as to reduce confusion)
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In the episode, Selina (Camren Bicondova) is helping the young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) escape assassins on their trail, while Gordon (Ben McKenzie) finds himself reassigned to duty at Arkham Asylum. The episode also sees the return of the young Poison Ivy (Clare Foley). The "Gotham" mid-season finale goes to air Monday November 24th at 8pm US-ET.
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Britney talks about her intimate collection, what she likes to wear everyday in her house and what she feels most comfortable in!
Or go to http://tvpc.com/ChannelList.php and look for NBC
I'll add more as the season goes on.
Quick Gifs & Caps:
Or just search the #snl tag on tumblr.
One of the most talented dancers of the her generation is calling it a day. French dancer Sylvie Guillem, on many,many best dancer lists, has announced she will officially retire with a final programme at Sadlers Wells next May 26-31, including new works by Akram Khan and Russell Maliphant, and existing pieces by Mats Ek and William Forsythe.
She will travel internationally on a farewell tour post the Sadlers Wells engagement.
She is leaving with a spring in her step; "“I have loved every moment of the last 39 years, and today, I am still loving it in the same way. So why stop? Very simply, because I want to end while I am still happy doing what I do with pride and passion".
Giullem began training at the Paris Ballet in 1977, and was promoted by Nureyev to rank of "Etoile" at the age of 19. She has performed the leading roles in classical repertoire for the Royal Ballet, The American Ballet Theatre, Tokyo Ballet, Mariinsky and La Scala. She has pursued a successful second career in modern dance since 2004.
I think it’s great that people are relating to Connor and other characters on the show on a lot of different levels. And the fact that there are members of the LGBT community, and friends of the community, that are feeling just pleased and happy to see a character on TV that is depicted in maybe a positive light, I think that’s great. I don’t know that I feel a responsibility necessarily. I think for me at the end of the day, it’s a job and I just go in and I’m glad that Pete [Nowalk]’s written a real honest character. I try to do my best each day to take it and run with it.
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They have a long way till the reach the marvelous standards of Queer as Folk tho
+ some pics
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51-year-old Beasts of the Southern Wild actor Dwight Henry was arrested on November 20 after allegedly stealing $270 in cash from, and threatening the staff of, a New Orleans bakery where he used to work. He was released on his own recognizance, but prosecutors are now deciding whether or not to charge him anew in his connection with a 2006 killing, for which he was arrested but never charged.
Henry, who played Hushpuppy's father Wink in BotSW and also appeared in 12 Years a Slave, is set to appear in the upcoming Marvin Gaye biopic Sexual Healing.