Roseanne Spoils How Her Character Leaves ‘The Conners’ And Why She HATES It – Perez Hilton

Roseanne During an interview on conservative YouTube show The Unsilent Majority over the weekend, the controversial comic revealed: “Oh yeah, they killed her. They have her die of an opioid overdose.” She went on to say the opioid addiction storyline in the previous season had actually been her idea, based on her…

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This woman just wrote an amazing response to people asking why it’s wrong for Drake to be ‘friends’ with a teenage girl.

On the red carpet at the Emmys on September 17, 14-year-old “Stranger Things” star Millie Bobby Brown was asked about her friendship with 31-year-old rapper, Drake. “He’s honestly so fantastic. A great friend and a great role model,“ she said. ”We just texted each other the other day and he…

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Meet the bionic model redefining beauty standards in Italy

Let’s get back to the internet’s roots: cute animals.  A video of a grinning lizard went viral for being adorably relatable. The reptile, whose owner posts under the handle @modokinatu, lurks toward the camera with a huge smile on its little lizard face.  ご飯見るとわろてしまうマンです😄 — なつ (@modokinatu) September 21, 2018…

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It’s time to rethink how we view families on food stamps. These programs show why.

Unlimited fruits and veggies, breakfast, and after-school supper. These Vermont schools serve it all — for free. No matter what, all students in Burlington, Vermont, get breakfast, even in the hallway if they’re running late to class. They can load up on as many fresh, locally sourced fruits and vegetables…

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The Sisters Brothers review: Jacques Audiard saddles up for a subtle and funny western

The English-language debut from the French director is an all-American delight, starring Joaquin Phoenix and John C Reilly perfect as sad, squabbling siblings Jacques Audiard is the French director who has notably absorbed American ideas into his downbeat Melvillian jazz of crime and noir. Now he has taken on that…

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The Little Stranger review Ruth Wilson shines in mournful ghost story

Death and decline haunt postwar Britain as Sarah Waters novel is brought to deliciously sinister life by Lenny Abrahamson The haunts of childhood are revisited in this oppressively macabre ghost story, set in the miserable austerity of late-40s Britain and in some ways a metaphor for the nations complex sense…

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