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SeeHer Story Celebrates Queen of Pop Lady Gaga in Episode 19

SeeHer Story: Lady Gaga

How performance artist Lady Gaga changed what it means to be a pop star

Lady Gaga is giving us a “Million Reasons” to celebrate her this week.

The singer, songwriter and fashion icon has changed what it means to be a pop star — she has dedicated her life to reminding others to stay true to themselves and has continued to promote kindness throughout her accomplished career.

This week, SeeHer Story honors the incredible role model and her passion for inspiring and empowering others through music and beyond.

Katie Couric Media and PEOPLE partnered to create the second season of SeeHer Story, a weekly digital video series produced to celebrate various female trailblazers from the past 100 years to today.

Born Stefani Germanotta, the New York City native found her love for music at a young age.

She was accepted to NYU’s competitive Tisch School

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Insidious 5 Is Happening; Cast, Story Details Revealed

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A fifth Insidious movie is on the way with franchise stars Patrick Wilson and Ty Simpkins set to return. In addition to starring, Wilson will also make his directorial debut on the fifth Insidious movie. The big announcement arrives nearly 10 years after the Insidious franchise kicked off with the first film of the same name starring Wilson, Simpkins, and Rose Byrne. Insidious went on to produce three sequels, the most recent one being 2018’s Insidious: The Last Key.

Blumhouse announced on Thursday a fifth Insidious movie directed by Wilson is officially moving forward. Wilson has appeared in three of the four previous Insidious installments including The Last Key. The fifth Insidious movie will be the first project Wilson will tackle as director, making it one of his biggest creative endeavors to date. Despite his relatively green status as a director, there should be no doubts about

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Hilary Duff Is Just As Confused About “A Cinderella Story” As You Are

Photo credit: Amazon - Warner Bros.
Photo credit: Amazon – Warner Bros.

From Seventeen

It looks like viewers weren’t the only ones who noticed something off about A Cinderella Story.

Whether you’ve seen the iconic film just once or hundreds of times, there’s probably a question that has popped in your head while watching: How did Austin Ames not notice that it was Sam under that small mask?

No, seriously?! How did he not know. He knew who she was (at least as Diner Girl) and seemed really eager to find out who his mystery girl was. How wasn’t he able to put it all together to figure out it was her. Well, Hilary Duff is also trying to figure out the answer to that question.

“That is so funny,” Hilary told Cosmopolitan UK when asked about the plot hole. “Maybe he got hit in the head too many times during football?”

It’s a good

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Mainstream media tries to tamp down Hunter Biden email story

This is a rush transcript from “Tucker Carlson Tonight” October 19, 2020. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

TUCKER CARLSON, FOX NEWS HOST:  Good evening, and welcome to TUCKER CARLSON TONIGHT. 

Last week, “The New York Post” published one of the great scoops of the year. The paper’s editors got a copy of the hard drive from Hunter Biden’s personal laptop. On it were tens of thousands of e-mails, videos, texts, and photographs. 

Much of the material on the laptop is of limited relevance to the public.

Not everything a famous person does in the course of a day has news value.

Some of the pictures in the laptop were sad and weird, of prurient interest only. We’re not going to show the bad ones on this show. 

And by the way, if we’re being honest, some of the exchanges between Hunter Biden

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Man steals from SF Walgreens as TV crew reports story on shoplifting

A news reporter with Inside Edition was filming a segment Wednesday on the rampant rise of shoplifting in San Francisco at a Walgreens store when a man jumped over the front counter to steal an air bed, a clip of the segment posted to YouTube shows.

The thief brazenly took the merchandise right in front of the camera before rolling out of the store on an electric scooter, video shows.

The report was shot at the drugstore at the corner of Van Ness and Eddy in the Tenderloin that’s set to close Nov. 11.

The San Francisco Chronicle reported that this Walgreens location loses on average about $1,000 a day in merchandise because of shoplifting.

“I feel sorry for the clerks, they are regularly being verbally assaulted,” longtime customer Sebastian Luke told the Chronicle. “The clerks say there is nothing they can do. They say Walgreens’ policy is to not

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BTS Universe guide: K-drama Youth tells the BTS members’ story, plus Save Me webtoon, BT21 Line Friends characters and Break the Silence: The Movie



Rap Monster et al. sitting posing for the camera: BTS and their fictional counterparts in the BTS Universe Story mobile game. Photo: @BigHitEnt/Twitter, Netmarble


BTS and their fictional counterparts in the BTS Universe Story mobile game. Photo: @BigHitEnt/Twitter, Netmarble

BTS is now way more than a mere music group – and its universe is expanding at a phenomenal rate.

In August 2019, during Big Hit Entertainment’s corporate briefing, CEO Bang Si-hyuk announced that “We will be expanding the universe storyline … experimenting with other platforms such as webtoons, novels, games, animations, dramas and movies.”

Slowly but surely, this goal is becoming reality. The BTS Universe (BU), a fictional narrative created by the agency that unfolds in BTS’ music videos, includes a webtoon (online comic series), a book series and short films. The story sees the fictional counterpart of BTS member Jin trapped in a time loop that he can only escape after helping his old friends overcome their various personal troubles.

BU’s latest addition is the K-drama Youth, the casting list for which recently

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How the HBO Max film updates Roald Dahl’s classic story

Anne Hathaway in "The Witches" on HBO Max. Photo by Daniel Smith
Anne Hathaway in “The Witches” on HBO Max. (Daniel Smith / HBO Max)

Roald Dahl’s 1983 novel “The Witches” has always been an especially terrifying children’s story. But even as Dahl’s tale continues to scare and delight readers today, the fantasy novel can also feel dated, which is what led director Robert Zemeckis to deliver a new cinematic take.

In Zemeckis’ “The Witches,” which is now streaming on HBO Max, the setting shifts from Europe to rural Alabama in 1968, and the cast gets a more inclusive twist.

The Oscar-winning director came onboard after Warner Bros first developed the project with Guillermo del Toro, who wrote the initial version of the script (still set in Europe). Zemeckis took a second pass at the script with “black-ish” creator Kenya Barris as his co-writer. Diversity wasn’t the main aim, but an added benefit.

The pair wanted to expand the original story and

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Lesli Margherita Helps Give MARRIAGE STORY the Musical Treatment with Insert Movie Here: The Musical Podcast

The episode gives Noah Baumbach’s Oscar-nominated film an absurd musical comedy twist.

Lesli Margherita Helps Give MARRIAGE STORY the Musical Treatment with Insert Movie Here: The Musical Podcast

Insert Movie Here: The Musical has released its latest episode, Marriage Story the Musical, featuring Olivier Award-winner, Lesli Margherita!

The episode gives Noah Baumbach’s incisive and compassionate portrait of a marriage breaking up and a family staying together an absurd musical comedy twist.

Listen to the episode now on Spotify, iTunes and more!

Written and Directed by Noah Baumbach, the Academy Award-nominated film starred Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver, Laura Dern, Alan Alda, Ray Liotta, Julie Hagerty, Merritt Wever and Azhy Robertson, with Wallace Shawn, Martha Kelly and Mark O’Brien.

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Cruz blasts media for not ‘even pretending to do their job’ on Hunter Biden story

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas slammed the mainstream media on Thursday for ignoring the ongoing scandal surrounding Hunter Biden’s overseas business interests, saying they were “not even pretending to do their job” to address the story. 

“I think that’s really dangerous,” Cruz told “The Story” Thursday. “Particularly when you combine it with Big Tech censorship … what is at stake in the selection is really fundamental about whether we are going to preserve our freedoms and constitutional liberties.”

Cruz made the comment moments after Hunter Biden’s former business partner Tony Bobulinski conducted a pre-debate press conference in which he detailed Joe Biden’s alleged connection to his son’s dealings. Bobulinski confirmed in a statement earlier Thursday that an email published last week by the New York Post suggesting as much is “genuine.”

“It’s worth underscoring [that] what makes this story significant is not Hunter Biden,” Cruz said. “Hunter, by all accounts, has

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Social media’s preemptive spiking of New York Post story shows bias against conservatives continues

Twitter and Facebook are quickly backpedaling after suppressing a New York Post story damaging to former Vice President Joe Biden, but that doesn’t erase the fact that just weeks before an election, the social media platforms continue to enforce their rules differently for those with whom they disagree politically. 

When the Post published a story last week that Mr. Biden’s son, Hunter, allegedly made money from providing access to his father when he was vice president, it seemed like Twitter and Facebook all of a sudden “got religion,” as we say in the South. The platforms said they spiked the story because it contained links to documents — allegedly from Hunter Biden’s personal computer — that they claimed might have been hacked or illegally obtained or that the story might be outright disinformation.

Boy, that’s a great standard to have, but it’s funny how they didn’t seem to have

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