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Shawn Mendes Says He Found a ‘Real Kind of Love’ and ‘Respect’ for Himself After Watching His Film



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Shawn Mendes is learning about himself after watching his Netflix documentary In Wonder.

During a Q&A with the pop star and the documentary’s director Grant Singer Thursday, Mendes opened up about realizing aspects about himself he hadn’t noticed.

“I can’t imagine what it’s going be like for me to watch that back in 30 years, that’ll be breathtaking for me,” the 22-year-old said. “But the interesting thing is, it’s not easy to catch your patterns in live time.”

“I really am seeing how much pressure I put on myself,” he explains, referring to a scene in the film after he’s forced to cancel a show in São Paulo. “In hindsight, I’m like, ‘Dude, you got to give yourself a break, you really put so much pressure on yourself.’ It was kind of beautiful because I was able to have this real

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5 Scientific Facts We Learned Just By Watching The Moon

The brightest object in the night sky, our Moon is an unmistakable sight.

Beyond its skyward motion and changing phases, naked-eye lunar observations yield tremendous scientific knowledge.

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After Years of Watching ‘Trump Show,’ TV News Starts to Turn it Off

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The sight of President Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, throwing off conspiracy theories and hair dye yesterday in TV’s once-humdrum daytime hours, would not too long ago have proven to be catnip that no TV-news outlet could resist. Yesterday, many of them did.

Few if any of the nation’s TV-news outlets aired live Thursday’s press conference from the legal team spearheading the president’s efforts to overturn the election. And Fox News, which did, followed it up with reporting from Kristin Fisher, a White House correspondent, who noted: “Well, that was certainly a colorful news conference from Rudy Giuliani, but it was light on facts. So much of what he said was simply not true or has already been thrown out in court.” Later that evening, primetime host Tucker Carlson told viewers he had invited Sidney Powell, another Trump attorney to appear, but noted

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After Years of Watching ‘Trump Show,’ TV News Starts to Turn it Off

The sight of President Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, throwing off conspiracy theories and hair dye yesterday in TV’s once-humdrum daytime hours, would not too long ago have proven to be catnip that no TV-news outlet could resist. Yesterday, many of them did.

Few if any of the nation’s TV-news outlets aired live Thursday’s press conference from the legal team spearheading the president’s efforts to overturn the election. And Fox News, which did, followed it up with reporting from Kristin Fisher, a White House correspondent, who noted: “Well, that was certainly a colorful news conference from Rudy Giuliani, but it was light on facts. So much of what he said was simply not true or has already been thrown out in court.” Later that evening, primetime host Tucker Carlson told viewers he had invited Sidney Powell, another Trump attorney to appear, but noted “she never sent us any evidence.”

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How Using Your Phone While Watching TV Affects You, According To Experts

You’ve settled in for a night of relaxation — aka scrolling on your phone while marathoning Netflix on your laptop at the same time. A lot of people find this soothing, even though it seems counterintuitive: how can you really enjoy an afternoon of The Good Place when you’re also doomscrolling?

“As humans we have five sensory inputs or senses, which are sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch,” Dr. Clifford Segil D.O., a neurologist at Providence Saint John’s Health Center, tells Bustle. It’s common to enjoy ourselves by indulging more than one sense at a time. Ancient Romans, he says, loved the Coliseum, where both eyes and ears were engaged (and probably the nose, too). Nowadays, a lot of modern media operates along the same lines, mixing sensory outputs to grab your attention. The technical term for this is divided attention, where you try to focus on several things at

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Watch: Michael J. Fox recalls watching ‘Back to the Future’ with Princess Diana

Nov. 19 (UPI) — Michael J. Fox says watching Back to the Future with Princess Diana ended up being an agonizing experience.

The 59-year-old actor confirmed on Wednesday’s episode of The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon that he was seated next to Diana at the Back to the Future London premiere.

Fox played Marty McFly in Back to the Future (1985) and its sequels. On The Tonight Show, Fox explained why watching the movie with Diana turned into a “nightmare.”

“She was sitting next to me. The lights go down and the movie starts and I realize I’m one fake yawn and arm stretch away from being on a date with the Princess of Wales,” Fox joked.

“But then what happened is the movie started and all the sudden I had to go pee. For the rest of the movie, I’m sitting there dying,” he recalled.

“I can’t say

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Trump is reportedly stewing, calling allies for ‘good news,’ mulling 2024 run, watching TV, not governing

After nearly a week holed up in the White House or out golfing, President Trump on Wednesday “spent 10 minutes in public honoring America’s war veterans — a veneer of normalcy for a White House that’s frozen by a defeated president mulling his options, mostly forgoing the mechanics of governing, and blocking his inevitable successor,” President-elect Joe Biden, The Associated Press reports.

“The president’s mood and thinking,” The Washington Post reports, “have ping-ponged since Election Day, with Trump offering drastically different perspectives depending on the day.” At times, Trump “has seethed with anger, fuming that he lost to a candidate he doesn’t respect and believing that the media — including what he views as typically friendly Fox News — worked against him,” AP adds. “But aides say he has been calmer than his tweets suggest, showing greater understanding of his predicament and believing that he needs to keep fighting almost

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As America votes, the world is watching with bated breath

LONDON – As Americans contemplate the possibility of a nail-biter of a U.S. presidential vote Tuesday, there’s another cohort of people who are watching closely with nerves on edge as the race enters its final stretch: the rest of the world.

Why does the electoral vote matter more than the popular vote?

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U.S. elections have long been the subject of intense international focus because of the outsize influence of America’s economy, culture and military. But the stark choice between giving President Donald Trump a second term or allowing former Vice President Joe Biden a shot at the job has drawn additional scrutiny in 2020. 

On the ballot this time for American allies and foes alike is whether they will again be dealing with, in Trump, an administration that has upended traditional diplomatic protocols, overturned treaties and appeared to pursue a scorched-earth approach to alliances. In

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Yes, your TV is watching YOU while you’re watching it

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The Samsung 98 Inch 8K UHD QLED HDR Smart TV has built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity, four HDMI inputs, and three USB ports.

It can be unsettling when you consider what makes a smart TV in your home “smart.” Because a smart TV connects to the internet, collecting data about you and your viewing habits is possible. Add apps into the picture and the data tracking accelerates.

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What are TV manufacturers getting? Your viewing history, the ads you watch or skip, as well as other details. This data is shared with advertisers and marketing companies. You can turn the tracking off, so long as you know precisely where to look in the TV’s settings menu.

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Watching films on TV and scrolling on phone the perfect lockdown combo: 77% Indians



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New Delhi, Oct 28 (IANS) With the country under lockdown and cinema halls shut down, it was the small screen that brought people closer to the experience of watching a Hollywood film, according to a new report.

As per a new report titled `Hollywood Is For Everyone`, 177 millions viewers watch english films and entertainment channels on TV in India. The study was done by Nielsen, where it surveyed over 1500 cine-buffs from across metros and non-metro cities including Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Lucknow and Indore.

Eighty-two per cent stated that TV viewing came closest to the big screen experience amidst the lockdown, while 81 per cent of respondents said that Hollywood turned out to be a great way for family bonding during the Covid situation.

The study also stated that 81 per cent respondents said that Hollywood film-viewing on the small screen was

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