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Supreme Court won’t hear ‘Sister Wives’ appeal over bigamy law

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Mel Giedroyc: Why I turned down Strictly Come Dancing – BBC News

The presenter may not have strutted her stuff in a ball gown, but she can still be seen on a prime time Saturday night show – fronting BBC One’s talent search Let It Shine. Related Topics Television More From this publisher : HERE Recommended ProductsVideo GIF Mixer WL 50 Home Workout Bible – Complete Sales Funnel With PLR Brand New, High Converting Biz in a Box with PLR You Can…

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Trump’s press secretary has a long-running vendetta against Dippin’ Dots

Someone has actually been hating on Dippin’ Dots. Image: Leon Brocard/flickr Dippin’ Dots, the alleged “ice-cream of the future,” has a high-profile enemy in the new U.S. administration. That would be Trump’s press secretary, Sean Spicer. You may remember him from his press conference on Saturday complaining about the media coverage on crowd numbers at the inauguration. SEE ALSO: That didn’t take long: Trump’s press secretary is already a meme…

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At the Women’s March on Washington, mothers and daughters walk together, with joy

“We all have to support one another” Image: martha tesema/mashable On Nov. 8, mothers all across the country walked with their daughters to cast their votes for what they’d thought would be the first woman president. On Jan. 21, 2017, they came together again, this time for a different reason. Anywhere from 3.6 to 4.8 million people marched at the Women’s March on Saturday and that’s just in the United…

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Watch massive crowds move in these Women’s March timelapses

A glimpse at the huge crowd on hand for the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. Image: Cal Sport Media via AP Images Here’s another reminder that the turnout for the hundreds of Women’s Marches across the globe Saturday was YUGE. SEE ALSO: Yes, Trump watched the Women’s Marches, and yes, he tweeted about it From San Francisco to D.C. to Madison, Wisconsin, throngs of supporters packed streets and parks, a…

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Trump aid says press secretary used ‘alternative facts’ and the internet loses it

Image: nbc In the world of fake news, now we also have “alternative facts.” On Saturday, President Donald Trump’s first full day in office, his press secretary Sean Spicer held a press conference in which he falsely claimed that the previous day’s crowd was the “largest audience to ever witness an inauguration, period.” SEE ALSO: Inauguration crowds are looking puny compared to Women’s March crowds Spicer’s false remarks instantly became…

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Trump press secretary becomes a meme after lying at press conference

#SpicerFacts is the meme you need. Image: Associated press/@torgospizza composite We’re one day into the Trump presidency and the memes are already flying. President Donald Trump’s Press Secretary Sean Spicer gave a press conference Saturday in which he complained about the media’s “false” reporting of crowd numbers at the inauguration. Although he admitted to not having any, you know, hard figures, he declared: “This was the largest audience to ever…

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Silicon Valley women march in DC and plan for their future under Trump

Protesters flood 14th Street during the Women’s March on Washington January 21, 2017 in Washington, DC. Image: drew angerer/Getty Images Hours after Donald Trump was sworn in as president, and the night before 1 million women marched on Washington, Lauren Schulte knew she had to figure out how her tech company would navigate America’s new future. “We’re going to do some stuff and we’re not going to be quiet,” Schulte,…

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Celebrities share empowering Women’s March posts on social media

Sophia Bush (left,) Connie Britton (center,) and Katy Perry (right) Image: mashable composite: Matt Sayles/Invision/AP photos and Lionel Hahn/Sipa USA via ap photos Women are banding together to lead a powerful march for equality, respect and peace in Washington, D.C. today, and celebrities are using their social platforms to help spread the word. Thanks to the hashtag, #WhyIMarch, celebrities like Sophia Bush, Connie Britton, Cher, Katy Perry and Zendaya, to name…

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Trump and his press secretary are ‘at war’ with the media, deliver two bizarre speeches

Image: AP There was a clear theme of the Trump administration’s first full day in power, and it wasn’t “Make America Great Again.” Instead, in both President Trump’s address to CIA employees and Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s combative conference held with the White House press pool, a theme of an administrative war against the media emerged. SEE ALSO: The media’s subtle way of trolling Donald Trump Spicer was not subtle…

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If making protest signs was a contest, Sir Ian McKellen won

Image: @luluannmay/Twitter While they are important showings of solidarity in retaliation to the threat of oppression, today’s Women’s Marches held in cities around the world have also been possibly the greatest display of sign-making skills and cheeky wit in recent memory. It should come as no surprise, then, that one of the world’s most treasured actors, Sir Ian McKellen, showed up to London’s event with an absolutely top-notch sign that…

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Inauguration crowds are getting trumped by massive Women’s March attendance

Inauguration (left,) vs Women’s March (right) Image: mashable composte: screengrab/earthcam Sorry, Trump, but these Women’s March crowds are YUGE. Ladies from around the world got in formation to take part in the Women’s March on Washington following Trump’s inauguration, and the crowds are downright bigly. With attendance projections for the D.C. March now at over 500,000, many can’t help but compare today’s attendance to Friday’s underwhelming inauguration numbers. SEE ALSO:…

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Twitter admits it made some mistakes on Trump’s Inauguration Day

Image: AP There was a mistake made on Inauguration Day. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey apologized Saturday for accidentally making it so that Twitter users followed @POTUS and other administrative accounts even when they tried not to. It was a complex ordeal during which Twitter told Mashable on Friday, following reports of users saying that they were automatically following @POTUS under Trump even when they were not before or had unfollowed…

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Aerial photos of Women’s Marches across the U.S. will blow your mind

The Women’s March on Washington has taken solidarity to a whole other level. On Saturday, the peaceful protest, which took place in Washington D.C. one day after Donald Trump became the country’s 45th President, inspired a global movement, leading to marches in 160 cities across 60 countries. SEE ALSO: Inauguration crowds are looking puny compared to Women’s March crowds All across the world, people stood in unity for a chance…

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Rihanna’s Instagram tribute to Barack Obama will leave you in tears

Expect the heist film to be more successful than “Battleship” Image: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic As our new president, Donald Trump, was sworn into office today, many people used social media to send messages of love and sadness towards *former* President Barack Obama. Instagram and Twitter have been filled with regular people and celebrities posting quotes, memes and personal pictures of the former president as he and his family make their way out…

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India’s Uber rival is giving its passengers free Apple Music, movie streaming access

Image: Ola There’s only so much you can differentiate when you are a cab ride hailing company that is competing with Uber. You could possibly ensure better cars, better service and better pricing. Having tried most of these, with mixed results, India’s Uber rival Ola is looking at making cab experience more entertaining for riders, hoping it would make riders hop on to its cabs more often. SEE ALSO: Uber…

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Model Chrissy Teigen Shares Photo Of Her Stretch Marks On Twitter To Show Theyre No Big Deal

Model Chrissy Teigen, 31, has lived her life in the spotlight for a long time. In 2006, Chrissy began her modeling career as a substitute onDeal or No Deal, and she quickly rose to fame after that. Chrissy has appeared on a variety of magazine covers, television shows, and music videos, and has written her own cookbooks. In 2013, Chrissy married singer and songwriter John Legend, and the two began…

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Man Films Little Boy Pulling Sled On Snow Day, Then Realizes Hes Playing With His Chickens

As a proud Oregonian, I am more than aware that we’re a weird state. A lot of the stereotypes you hear about Oregon we’re all hippies and hipsters, we’re really progressive, we only eat sustainable food they’re absolutely true. And people from Oregon are proud of our weirdness. One of Portland’s slogans is “Keep Portland Weird,” something the people who live there try to do every single day. Recently, the…

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10 Things Kids Today Totally Take For Granted

It mayseem like it was just yesterday whenyou got your first cordless housephone, or thatyour dad proudly came home and installed a color TVin your living room. It can behard to comprehendthat kids today never experienced life as you did when they were your age. Looking back at even my own childhood, it’s hard for me to imagine growing up in the world as it is today. Things have moved…

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15 Surprising Baby Names That Have Been Banned Around The World

If “professional baby namer” were a real job, I would be the first in line to fill out an application. I’ve always been fascinated by the backgrounds and meanings of different names and wouldtake thatjob very seriously. Of course, I would make sure to keep the parents’ wishes in mind, but I’d also definitely steer them away from some of the more unfortunate monikers I’ve seen kids saddled with over…

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12 Facts About The Beverly Hillbillies Even True Fans Probably Dont Know

With their bold move from the boondocks to Beverly Hills, the Clampetts quickly became a big hit with American families in the TV sitcom, The Beverly Hillbillies. Viewers fell in love with Jed, Granny, Elly May, and Jethro, watching them make their way through hilarious situations in every single episode. The breakthrough show rewarded audiences with some southern charm and a ton of comic relief. Although theshow is well-known and…

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