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Sanaa Lathan To Star In New FOX Drama

With Empire continuing its reign as TV’s hottest series and Rosewood as the impressive newcomer, FOX is looking to add another hit series to their lineup. According to reports, Sanaa Lathan is set to star in a new drama directed by Love & Basketball director Gina Prince Bythewood. [ALSO READ: Actress Sanaa Lathan Releases Debut Single “Emotional” Featuring Dej Loaf] Lathan will star as an investigator who examines the murder of a white teen by a black police officer. With the help of a special prosecutor, the two try to solve the case because a race war divides the town. The series in untitled and a premiere date has not been determined, but the pilot script has already been written.
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N.W.A & Janet Jackson Among Nominees For 2016 Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Class

Both N.W.A and Janet Jackson have experienced major cultural comebacks in 2015. The California rap group was the subject of the most successful music biopic in history, and the R&B/Pop queen is on pace to score her first number one album in seven years. [ALSO READ: Janet Jackson Headed Toward First #1 Album In 7 Years] Those accomplishments may be enough to get the two acts into the coveted Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The nominees for the 2016 inductees have been announced with Janet and N.W.A among the 15 candidates vying for a spot in the Cleveland museum. Artists, industry insiders, and fans get to vote on the final selections. Voting for the ’16 Hall of Fame class closes on December 9. The artists enshrined in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame will be announced later that month and inducted in April. Supporters can vote here.
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"No Matter Where I Go, Dad Will Always Be With Me"

Bindi Irwin is really lighting things up on Dancing with the Stars.

This week, she dedicated her routine to her late dad, Steve Irwin, the Crocodile Hunter.

And it's an amazing dance. Very touching, very moving. 

And right now, she's the odds-on favorite to win the entire season...
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Leno Moves in on The Tonight Show Again!

The other night on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon pulled a hamstring during the opening monologue.

It was so bad, he couldn't continue.

Luckily, former Tonight Show host Jay Leno was waiting in the wings, and stepped in to take over.

He looked right at home, and his jokes were pretty darn good.
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The End is Near

The official trailer for Mockingjay 2, the final episode in the Hunger Games saga, has been released.

The movie comes out just before Thanksgiving.

If you saw Mockingjay 1, maybe you were as disappointed as me.

Just when it got to the part where it was getting really interesting, it stopped.

The only thing missing was the "... to be continued" graphic over the final scene.

Which may have been there, I don't really remember any more.
Mockingjay Part 2 Official Trailer – “Welcome To The 76th Hunger Games”

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Posted by The Hunger Games on Tuesday, October 6, 2015
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Keep Your Eye on the... Wait... What?

This video is going viral.

The Milford Mighty Mites (that's Milford, Masachusetts) are a Pee Wee Football team.

Over the weekend, they took the field at halftime during a varsity football game for a scrimmage.

Good chance for the little guys to be seen on a bigger stage, right?

But the field's PA system kept playing music while the kids played, and some of there were overtaken by it when "Whip Nae Nae" started playing.

It's hilarious. Half of the kids look like they're in a dance-off, while the other half are there for some football.

I think dance football has some potential...
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If You're Reading This, He Was Wrong... Again

A preacher in Pennsylvania predicted in July that yesterday, October 7, 2015, would be the end of the world.

Pretty definitive and bold statement. Especially when you consider he used the world "annihilate."

If you're just reading about this for the first time, oops.

Looks like the preacher had it wrong.


A few years ago, he predicted the end of the Earth on May 21, 2011.

That didn't happen either. Ask anyone.

Even the video he posted back in July doesn't believe what he believes. At the end, it's telling people to like his Facebook page - and nowhere does it say "temporarily."

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Glass Walkway 3500 Feet Up Shatters - But It's Okay!

Not even a month ago, a glass-bottomed walkway opened to the public at Yuntai Mountain Geological Park in Henan Province, China.

It's 3540 feet up, and wraps around an outcropping of rock in a U shape.

On Monday, a tourist dropped a stainless-steel coffee mug on the walkway, and the glass shattered, "causing the tourists on it to understandably freak out," according to one source.

You think?

There are three panels of glass, and only one cracked, so the engineers claim no one was in danger.

Uh huh. Know what? Just watching the video makes me squeamish.

Being on it and hearing it crack - safe or not - I'm getting off and never getting back on...

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Nicki Minaj Addresses Drake & Meek Mill, Lil Wayne & Birdman Beefs

‘‘Back in the day, in Hip Hop, the thick girl was glorified,” Nicki Minaj says. "Now the rappers are dating skinny White women.” Nicki Minaj says that the conflicts between labelmate Drake and boyfriend Meek Mill; and mentor Lil Wayne and Cash Money Records’ Birdman do not concern her. ‘They’re men, grown-ass men,’’ Nicki Minaj says during an interview with The New York Times. ‘‘It’s between them.’’ The Queens, New York rapper also says that she is not pleased with the problems. "I hate it,’’ she says. ‘‘It doesn’t make me feel good. You don’t ever want to choose sides between people you love. It’s ridiculous. I just want it to be over.’’ Elsewhere in the interview, Nicki Minaj says that the perception of beauty has evolved in the Rap world. ‘‘Back in the day, in Hip Hop, the thick girl was glorified,” she says. "Now the rappers are dating skinny White women. So it’s almost like, ‘Wait a minute, who’s going to tell the thick Black girls that they’re sexy and fly, too?’’’
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CNN and Anderson Cooper have a special running about the impact of social media on today's teenagers called #BeingThirteen.

As part of the build-up around the show, celebrities were asked to post picture of themselves at the age of 13, and to describe how it felt.

And some of the pictures... Well, check out a few for yourself.

Or visit Twitter and use #Being13 to see the whole collection.

Former Miss USA, Olivia Culpo:

Oh my gosh. So here it is #Being13-- chubby cheeks, brow game STRONG, awkward smile, are my eyes open?whats with the headband string??? -- ah #being13. Not really sure who you are or what the world is all about. I really feel for the younger generation and the tremendous amount of pressure young girls feel today to appear "perfect," basically holding an unrealistic expectation of face, body, social life etc. Everyone, no matter who you are, will never measure up to "perfect" because it doesn't exist. And however close you come to this "perfect" mold should not define how you feel about yourself or what you think others perceive you as. Photoshop, Instagram "highlight reels," and that 1/1000 perfect selfie have altered reality and created an unreachable standard. I think at the end of the day, no matter who you are, everyone struggles with insecurities and we're all in this together as women battling a time that is very much influenced by social media and these socially glorified images that set a standard of perfection. I'm not saying it's bad to post a picture that you think you look good in or take a selfie. I just wish young girls didn't feel sick over comparison and inevitably failing to measure up. So if you're 13 years old and awkward, be 13 and awkward! Same with 14 and 15 and every age. As cliche as it sounds- love the skin you're in. And love one another because we're all going through the same thing.

A photo posted by Olivia Culpo (@oliviaculpo) on

Comedian Kathy Griffin:

And even Anderson Cooper:


This was me #Being13 Find out what it's like for today's 13 year olds online and off. Tonight 9pm on #cnn

A photo posted by andersoncooper (@andersoncooper) on

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