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    One-year old, and we only got two singles.... fuck RCA and Maverick. Jive needs to come back; under them, we would've gotten four, maybe even five singles.
  2. I like it, and I hope that somehow we get a mega-video with both the first and second videos. Plus, I miss Katy's long hair!
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    Music Video

    Bitch, we're half-way to 2018, and we're still producing in 720p? Give us 1080p or 4K!
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    I definitely expected more from them, but I guess they're stick in the same pattern of sound. It's disappointing, because they could be doing so much more than they are.
  5. Sounds very unique and I'm liking it so far. Good job, Taylor!
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    New promotional image, from Atlantic Records:
  7. NGL, I want Bonnie to record the O.G.
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    Her issue is that she's thinking about what she is about to be, instead of just dancing. That'd allow her to move in a more fluid motion.
  9. She's calling the cops? Lady, you assaulted her first, she defended herself. If you're three months pregnant, you shouldn't be acting in this manner. Disgusting. That poor child.
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    I hope, for once, this album is NOT about her relationships and instead is about her feelings towards the press. That would be an album I'd want to listen to.
  11. I swear to God we better get fucking music.
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    Tori is a true QUEEN!
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    Miss this Madonna, ngl!
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    Aldo's artwork ruined that entire trailer.
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    This, right here, this is stunning!
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    Beautiful thing for her to do, though, am missing her blonde hair! Hope it comes back!
  17. I hope Untucked returns to its O.G. format, because the online setup is shit. All Stars 3 is too soon for me; wait another couple of seasons. Glad it's staying on VH1 and Logo, though, because I love watching in HD.
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    Her face is so Photoshopped. No shade, but it's beyond apparent that the people who did the Me. I Am. editing did this cover, too.
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    That was an hour ago. It's been an hour since that tweet.
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    "Frozen" Ray of Light (1998)
  21. Jerry Lewis, whose irrepressible zaniness and frantic creativity vaulted him to stardom as a comic movie star who wielded unparalleled green-light power at Paramount in the 1960s, died Sunday. He was 91. Lewis, who teamed with Dean Martin in the 1950s as one of the most successful tandems in the history of show business, died at 9:15 a.m. at his home in Las Vegas, John Katsilometes of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported, citing a statement from Lewis' family. Publicist Candi Cazau confirmed the news. Lewis’ health ailments over the years included open-heart surgery in 1983, surgery for prostate cancer in 1992, treatment for his dependence on prescription drugs in 2003, a heart attack in 2006 and a long bout with pulmonary fibrosis, a chronic lung disease for which he took Prednisone, causing his face and body to balloon. At the peak of their popularity, Martin & Lewis ruled nightclubs, radio and then the box office with their breezy yet physical comedy act, reigning as the top draw at theaters from 1950-56. After an especially acrimonious break-up with his partner, Lewis remained as the No. 1 movie draw through the mid-1960s on the strength of such classics as The Bellboy (1960) and The Nutty Professor (1963). As Paramount’s biggest star, he had the creative freedom to make the moves he wanted to make. Lewis also was known for his efforts as national chairman of the Muscular Dystrophy Assn. He devoted more than a half-century to fighting the neuromuscular disease, hosting an annual Labor Day telethon — and raising nearly $2.5 billion — from 1955 until he was ousted before the 2011 telecast. Lewis was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 1977 for his efforts. The Hollywood Reporter
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    It was her best era, visually. It was a standard for her.