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WHO WORE IT BETTER?! Selena Gomez vs. Ariana Grande

February 13, 2018


This Rookie Model Just Landed Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Cover

February 13, 2018



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John Oliver loves being able to do a show without restrictions

February 13, 2018

HBO's John Oliver is so happy being able to trash AT&T's cell phone service he can't envision doing "Last Week Tonight" under corporate limitations.


His community's corporate parent, Time Warner, is currently waiting to see if a takeover by AT&T will be approved. Oliver's show, which starts its fifth year on Sunday, has been able to operate with liberty in part because HBO's company depends on readers rather than advertiser, and he has become quite accustomed to it.


"We had been drawing a line in the sand," Oliver said on Monday, referring to an episode last season that spoke corporate mergers, including Time Warner's. "I do not anticipate the ground underneath us changing and if it does, that is likely to be an issue. We'll go down crying."


He said he understands that "Last Week Tonight" is blessed to have the ability to perform the lengthy, journalism-style explorations of issues and the jokes that it gets to do along the way.


"Being in a position to point out that this product is (bad) which tastes terrible, it is really great to have that kind of freedom," he said. "It is addictive."


Besides some jokes, the show's centrepiece is one exploration of an issue every week. Oliver tackles subjects that could look television-unfriendly, such as net neutrality or health care financing, and teaching an audience while having some laughs on the way.


He is reluctant to talk about some topics that the show will cover through a new year, both to preserve the element of surprise and since they likely would not sound appetizing.


"If we say to folks, 'look, we are going to talk about Sinclair Broadcasting,' you'll think 'great, that is a half-hour extra sleep I'll have,''' he explained.


The show constantly has to weigh just how much of their daily actions of the Trump administration to address, both because he does not wish to change its formula, and since many topics are picked clean by daily topical comedy shows. News, along with the humour pulled from it, moves so quickly that programs like the "Late Show" needed to go after Trump's State of the Union speech since the jokes would appear stale 24 hours afterwards, he said.


But there are some topics -- like when Trump commented upon the demonstrations in Charlotteville, Virginia -- where not talking about it could be like an editorial conclusion in itself, '' he explained.


Despite beginning its fifth year, Oliver said the show still feels fresh. He's contracted to do two more and an HBO executive sitting at a news conference signalled the network would like more.


"I feel there's a lot of room to get much better," Oliver explained. "I don't feel like we are at cruising altitude yet."


Oliver attracted attention throughout the show's hiatus to be on a panel discussion together with Dustin Hoffman at December that sparked an uncomfortable discussion about girls who had made sexual misconduct allegations against him. Hoffman should have been anticipating he would be contested, Oliver explained.



"The first person he spoke to (publicly) will have to ask him questions about it," Oliver explained. "Regrettably, that was me"


The conversation lasted largely because his answers "were fairly awful," Oliver explained.


"I wanted to attempt to get him into a point of self-reflection and to attempt to get something out of the dialog, but that didn't occur," he explained.


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Beauty Hints To Make You Feel Your Best!

January 29, 2018

If you're a beginner at attractiveness, some basic advice can really help. The following tips will explain how you can make the right beauty choices. It is important to look your very best, so it makes sense to take this advice to center.


One of the most effective methods of protecting your skin from damaging UV rays is shaving cream. Be sure to look for sunscreens with healthy ingredients rather than too many deadly chemicals. These skincare components provide protection and nourishment for the skin, helping to keep its suppleness and youthful appearance.


Rub petroleum jelly to your cuticles each week. You'll realize your nails grow more quickly as it feeds them. Your cuticles and nails are also likely to look much healthier. You'll notice results right away.


Wash your face, and be sure you exfoliate. Sensitive skin ought to be exfoliated about once or twice weekly. Should you skip this very important step you're passing on a really important step that could really help your skin glow glow. You will ensure you face looks healthier, and you will get rid of any oil or dirt build up.


Moisturize a bit before you put on makeup. Not just is moisturizer beneficial to your skin, but it assists with your makeup program. Should you moisturize your skin, your makeup won't look blotchy. Your makeup will last for more, and your face may look fresher.


These procedures can render you hair follicles open and tanning could cause some skin troubles. Sunning after sugaring or waxing may irritate the already sensitive skin. Your skin is fragile following waxing or sugaring, and you should avoid products that contain harsh chemicals or fragrances that could result in distress.


You can narrow your entire face by changing your hairstyle and its own color. A cut with glossy long lines that lands below your jaw but above your shoulders functions best. Highlights on your face or lowlights can also help you look great. These look great and will make your face attractive.


Make foundation last longer by mixing it with moisturizer. Additional advantages to doing so include more SPF for your face, as well as a natural glow.

Don't wash or shower in very warm water. In warm water, your pores will start, and the skin's natural oils may escape. You find yourself washing them away. Try taking warm or lukewarm showers to retain the skin's natural oils and keep it soft. Implementing this tip may decrease your utility bills.


Apply only a light coating of shimmer when you set it on your face. This will create a wonderful glowing effect. Use highlighter on facial airplanes like your lips, brows and nose.


Do you, like most girls, struggle with chipped and cracked nails once you give yourself a manicure? A top coat will help keep your nails in fabulous condition for as much as a week! This is not the same as ordinary clear nail polish, and thus do not confuse the two. Make certain that you get an actual high coat, not just clear polish.


Vegetables and vegetable juices contain antioxidants that could be nurturing to skin. Vegetables and fruits are good for a healthy body and skin. Fruit and vegetable juices without added sugars may supply you with a easy approach to achieve your daily nutrient goals. Skip pop and iced tea and replace them with this healthful treat, and you will discover your skin looks great in a limited time!


These tips gave you a fantastic idea of how to get started perfecting your own beauty routine. We've spent a lot of time compiling the top tips out there to help beginners learn the fundamentals, so hopefully you're on the ideal track now!


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‘Jeopardy!’ host Alex Trebek after brain surgery, says he will be back soon

January 8, 2018

The "Jeopardy!" host has used it in over 6,800 episodes of the game series, doling out form rebukes and droll affirmations to gamers.


Trebek used that exact same tone Thursday to announce on YouTube that he is about a leave of absence from the series after undergoing brain surgery for blood clots -- medically known as subdural hematoma -- that were "caused by a fall I endured two months past."


Wearing a yellow sweater, a blue "Jeopardy!" hat, the 77-year-old wryly dealt with the camera, calling the procedure "a small medical issue."


"operation was performed. After two days at the hospital, I came home to begin recovery," he said. "The prognosis is excellent, and that I hope to return in the studio taping more 'Jeopardy!' apps very, very shortly"


Trebek was declared to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on Dec. 15 and failed surgery the next day. He had been released from the hospital on Dec. 18.


Trebek is expected to make a complete recovery and to begin taping the show again in mid-January the studio included.


"Jeopardy!" is filmed weeks in advance, so the brief filming hiatus won't affect its broadcast program, save for one exception. The College Championship will probably be filmed in March and atmosphere in April.


Trebek recently renewed his contract to keep on hosting the game series throughout the 2019-2020 year, Sony Pictures Entertainment declared in May.


The game show, which will be in its 34th season, has been hosted by Trebek since it was restored in 1984.


After he hosted his 6,829 inaugural episode of "Jeopardy!" at June 2014, the Guinness Book of World Records given him the world record for most game show episodes hosted by the same presenter.


"Alex has been a mainstay of the series for all 30 seasons and has never dropped an episode because of illness."


The only time somebody else hosted the show was on April 1, 1997, when Pat Sajak from "Wheel of Fortune" switched shows for a day as an April Fool's gag.


"It's an honor to hold the Guinness World Record for hosting 'Jeopardy!,' which I have frequently said is the very best of reality TV," Trebek said in the time.


Not many game series hosts have made the star standing Trebek has.



For years, he's appeared as himself popular sitcoms ranging from "The Simpsons" to "Cheers" to "Beverly Hills, 90210." On the last episode of "The Colbert Report," Stephen Colbert boarded a sleigh packed with three iconic characters: Santa Claus, Abraham Lincoln and Trebek. And among the most enduring poems on "Saturday Night Live" found Will Ferrell impersonating the host in a mock "Celebrity Jeopardy!"


Trebek's title trended on Twitter Thursday night into early Friday morning, as fans poured out service for the host.


"I need Alex Trebek to get a quick recovery. You are in my thoughts/tweets," tweeted a single user.

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