• Ariana Grande's Manchester benefit show sells out in minutes

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    Justin Bieber , Coldplay and Katy Perry are among the stars who have been confirmed to join Ariana Grande at a tribute concert on Sunday following the bad Manchester attack. Social media users called out those selling the tickets for a profit on resale websites as "sickening" and " disgusting ". Grande said that the nothing would heal the pain of those who have lost loved ones, but that music "is meant to heal us, to bring us together".
  • 'Why I Disagree With My Dad': Ivanka Trump Meme Takes Off

    'Why I Disagree With My Dad': Ivanka Trump Meme Takes Off

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    The best joke about Ivanka's disagreements with the President? She's thought to have spoken with him previously about discussing issues like LGBTI rights and the North America Free Trade Agreement, which he ultimately chose to stay in. Ivanka comes across more her father's partner in crime than his adversary. The magazine's cover did what it could to buttress Ivanka's reformer image/struggling brand.
  • The Kardashian Clan Wishes Kanye West A Happy Birthday

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    Kim also posted to her website , acknowledging her husband's social media sabattical, writing, "Happy birthday, babe!" On Thursday, Kardashian wished West a happy birthday on both Twitter and Instagram . "They rented four planes and everyone left in secrecy and there was a no social media rule so no one would find them". The children had a great time.
  • Sexy Naomi Watts blurs boundaries in Gypsy trailer

    Sexy Naomi Watts blurs boundaries in Gypsy trailer

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    As she seductively toys with a male patient and later makes out with a female one (!) to the strains of Banks' lusty "Waiting Game", Jean muses: "There's one force more powerful than free will: our desires". For starters: It's from the director of Fifty Shades of Grey . Liza Chasin and Lisa Rubin are executive producing the series from Universal Television and Working Title.
  • Sanctuary cities protest disrupts Texas session

    Sanctuary cities protest disrupts Texas session

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    By 10 a.m., hundreds of peaceful protesters waving anti-SB4 posters and chanting " here to stay " had crowded the capitol building halls and House gallery - and lawmakers had noticed. "We will not be intimidated, we will not be disrespected and those individuals up there were exercising their American rights to protest", he said, adding Rinaldi started everything and they "would not let him get away with it".
  • Wonder Woman to be banned in Lebanon over Israeli lead Gal Gadot?

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    It has earned Gadot acclaim, as a rare leading female role. In his Chicago Tribune review, he said, "Gadot, who can hold a goddess-like warrior gaze like nobody's business, leads the way, and Jenkins' picture is serious fun guided by a honest belief in the superheroine created in 1941 by William Moulton Marston (...) For the first time in a long time, I came out of a DC comic book movie feeling ready for a sequel".
  • Trump proposes privatizing U.S. air traffic control system

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    Chao and Trump both praised air traffic controllers and said they would benefit from more up-to-date technology. "The current system cannot keep up and hasn't been able to keep up for many years", Trump said. He referenced the "outdated" system while touting new reforms that would make it safer and more reliable. However, others in the industry have not been as keen.
  • Jerry Seinfeld explains why he didn't hug Kesha

    Jerry Seinfeld explains why he didn't hug Kesha

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    Kesha loves Jerry Seinfeld , but Jerry Seinfeld doesn't love getting a hug from Kesha . For his part, Seinfeld was really polite - right up to the point where he tried to flee. Let's all say it together in our best "Soup Nazi" voice impersonation: "No hugs for you!" "I don't know everyone." the Seinfeld star told Extra .