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Vermont Senator and Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders held a campaign rally in Queens, New York this past Saturday, October 19. During the event, he played Sheer Mag’s “Expect the Bayonet,” journalist Liz Pelly reports and Sanders’ communications director confirmed to Pitchfork. When reached by Pitchfork, representatives for Sheer Mag shared the following statement from
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Stephane Cardinale – CorbisGetty Images Nicolas Ghesquière, artistic director of womenswear at Louis Vuitton, isn’t here for Donald Trump’s ties to the LVMH empire. Over the weekend, Ghesquière made clear his displeasure with Trump’s appearance at the new Louis Vuitton factory, calling Trump “a joke” in a post on his personal Instagram account. “Standing against
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Todd Phillips’ DC movie Joker is poised to become the highest grossing R-rated U.S. release of all-time heading toward a potential $900M in global ticket sales. In its third weekend, the Warner Bros./Village Roadshow/Bron Studios’ release made $107M worldwide sending its overall total to $737.5M. The pic, which has won Joaquin Phoenix high praise for his turn
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Written by Stefan Ahnhem, translated by Agnes Broome — Motive X is the third instalment in Swedish author Stefan Ahnhem’s successful Fabian Risk series and continues where Eighteen Below left off. The Risk family is still carrying the scars of being terrorised by a serial killer. Matilda, the youngest, lies in hospital in a coma
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D.L. Hughley’s not necessarily pointing the finger at police following the death of Botham Jean’s neighbor … but he’s not yet convinced they have clean hands, either. SUBSCRIBE: http://po.st/TMZSubscribe About TMZ: TMZ has consistently been credited for breaking the biggest stories dominating the entertainment news landscape and changed the way the public gets their news.
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Recently, Lizzo was accused of plagiarism over her hit song “Truth Hurts.” Now, she faces a claim of plagiarism over her song “Juice.” In a side-by-side comparison on Instagram, CeCe Peniston accused Lizzo of copying ad-libs from her 1992 song “Finally.” Peniston claimed it was a “clear example of copyright infringement,” adding, “btw i love
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Like getting to those last specks of dust under the bed or shaving the awkward hairs under your nose, training your difficult-to-target forearms seems like an almost impossible task. The problem grows when you realise they’re the one gain that will likely be on permanent display all year long. So while leg day will be
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Looks like Lizzo is under the microscope again, this time with allegations of copyright infringement coming from dance music legend CeCe Peniston, who is accusing Lizzo of using about 40 seconds of her hit song “Finally” in her latest single “Juice.” The singer took to social media and the issue went viral: https://www.instagram.com/p/B3ulc-xhKyv/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link Peniston then
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Steve Wozniak has a warning for anyone who uses social media … the platforms are eavesdropping on your private conversations, and sending that precious data to advertisers. SUBSCRIBE: http://po.st/TMZSubscribe About TMZ: TMZ has consistently been credited for breaking the biggest stories dominating the entertainment news landscape and changed the way the public gets their news.
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Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight radically altered how superhero movies were made and perceived but that spirit was never carried forward – at least, not until the release of Joker. After plenty of low-key hype and a marketing campaign hampered (or possibly fueled) by controversy, Joker released earlier this month to an eclectic response, with some tipping Todd Phillips‘ movie for
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On the Radar — Can you spot the incendiary thread that runs through the first three new crime releases this week? We’ve got arson and a cold case that turns red hot in the latest from Michael Connelly, that good old reference to wooden matches via Christopher Fowler’s new Bryant and May book and the
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