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Basically, everything you own is disgusting.
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KFC hasn't been known to make crazy, over-the-top ads, especially since the Game of Thrones/KFC mashup from a week ago was just a Jimmy Kimmel production. In this ad, however it looks like the folks running the fast-food chicken chain may have just reinvented the corsage.
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Pancake day, laughing as a workout, and a sixth sense for cake are all OK in our book! Teen Vogue's style features director Andrew Bevan meets up with Chantal Claret and Louisa Rose Allen (AKA Foxes) for a quick gab session.
"You're better than who you think you are. And you're enough just the way you are."
The epidemic of obesity and diabetes has been linked to all kinds of different things recently, including living a sedentary lifestyle, overeating and more, this documentary seeks to reprogram our thinking not only about the food we're eating but what goes into the food. It's a wakeup call that recalls the same horrors that the tobacco industry used in the past to blind us from the truth, yet even more frighteningly this is all approved and subsidized by our very own government.
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Hollis just graduated from college but is having some trouble transitioning her wardrobe from her comfy college days to a more grown-up look. See how Elevator Makeover pros Theodore Leaf and Sona Gasparian totally transform Hollis’ style.
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Sydney Reising works in fashion PR and knows exactly how to keep her personal style high-end. From Kenzo to Versace for H&M, Sydney shares how she pulled this killer look together.
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If you were to pick any random pairing of celebrities to talk about dating and relationships, I doubt you would have landed on this one. But Nick Frost and Rashida Jones, starring opposite each other in Cuban Fury, had a lot to say on the subject. The film, in theaters today, tells the story of Bruce (Nick Frost), a man who was a great dancer in his childhood but lost his confidence in a bullying incident. Fast-forward 25 years, and a now-out-of-shape Bruce has to impress his new coworker Julia (Rashida Jones) by picking up salsa dancing again. Since Cuban Fury tells the tale of a man who went great lengths to impress a woman, we wanted to hear about Nick and Rashida's most elaborate real-life experiences with woo-ing . To our surprise, the things that Nick has done to impress women in his life are actually far more impressive than we had imagined. Because while plenty of guys have written songs or poems for the women they were trying to impress, how many of them wrote an entire novel? Nick Frost has. Want to know about the most impressive thing a guy has ever done for Rashida? Well, you might just have to watch the full interview.
"This has got to be some kind of energy drink. There's no way this is a wine."
The guessing game is over: CBS has chosen Stephen Colbert to replace David Letterman as host of The Late Show! This is good news for men, who according to these stats, are the biggest fans of Colbert.This news comes one week after Letterman announced his plans to retire in 2015, after over 30 years as host of The Tonight Show and The Late Show.The first question that comes to mind when hearing this is: what will a Colbert show be like without the Colbert persona? So much of what Colbert does, including his massive social media stunts, is predicated on his satirical ultra right wing, self-obsessed persona. However, what people love about Colbert is more than just his ability to play a persona. His energy, creativity and passion for comedy and political activism shines through in everything he does, which makes us believe that an unfiltered Colbert will be just as good, if not better, than his fake persona.Oprah did an amazing interview with him in 2012 where he spoke about the tragic death of his father and two brothers and how he found a calling that brought him joy. Comments under the video reinforce what the people believe about him: that he is a genuinely good person and a "national treasure." It's one of the only videos of Colbert out of character and seeing him speaking in earnest suggests that perhaps the real Colbert will be even more interesting than the fake one.