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  1. I've become addicted to Madonna reaction videos on YouTube
  2. Trump the slut shaming pig still at it. Lol at Gillibrand’d tweet getting 5x more RTs/LIKES than his tweet.
  3. British surgery addict spends almost $170,000 to look like real-life Ken doll Rodrigo Alves' near-death experience won't put a stop to his quest for plastic perfection. The 30-year-old Londoner, who has had 20 cosmetic procedures, said he would probably have more surgeries in the future. BY Victoria Taylor / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS / Published: Wednesday, April 30, 2014, 3:07 PM Updated: Wednesday, April 30, 2014, 5:36 PM Rodrigo Alves has had 12 major operations and eight minor cosmetic procedures. A Brazilian-born flight attendant who wants to live in a Barbie world has undergone 20 cosmetic procedures to look like a human Ken doll. Rodrigo Alves, a 30-year-old self-proclaimed plastic surgery addict, has spent some 100,000 British pounds, about $168,850, on his obsession, according to SWNS. His numerous surgeries include three nose jobs, jaw liposuction, calf shaping, pectoral implants and a six-pack-sculpting operation. He also goes for Botox twice a year and takes collagen tablets, anti-water retention pills and hair growth supplements, SWNS reported. Alves, who lives in London and describes himself as a “worldwide socialite” on his Instagram page, said Barbie’s beau looks like the “ideal man.” “With Ken everything is exactly in the right place, his back, his biceps, his jawline,” he told SWNS. “So of course I’d like to look like him. He’s perfect!” But Alves’ quest for a life in plastic nearly killed him. In January, he developed an infection after a doctor injected a gel into his arms and had to spend three weeks in a Brazilian hospital. “It nearly got to the stage where they were talking about chopping my arm off. The doctors said if the bacteria had gone to my heart I would have died,” he said. He eventually recovered and returned to England, where he saw a therapist who said he had body dysmorphia, a body-image disorder characterized by an obsession with one's appearance and imperfections, whether real or imagined. “Hopefully the therapy will help me not to have this desire to keep enhancing and changing myself and having fillers. It's all very painful,” he said. Thirty-year-old Londoner Rodrigo Alves admits he will likely have more cosmetic operations. Rodrigo Alves calls Barbie’s doll beau, Ken, the ‘ideal man,’ adding, ‘Of course I’d like to look like him. He’s perfect!’ Even though his near-death experience has made him think twice about going under the knife, Alves admits he will likely have more surgeries. “I haven’t yet found an answer to my addiction. It’s just so difficult to control,” he said. “I’d like to make my shoulders bigger, my bum rounder, my pecs larger and probably another nose job,” he said.
  4. http://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/madonnas-family-take-back-alcoholic-11746131.amp
  5. Trump / US politics thread 🚽

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/trump-reportedly-haitians-aids-nigerians-huts-article-1.3717535 Trump reportedly said all Haitians have AIDS, Nigerians have huts BY DENIS SLATTERY NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Saturday, December 23, 2017, 1:46 PM President Trump exploded with vitriolic and racist comments — saying all Haitians have AIDS and mocking Nigerians — during a heated White House meeting about immigration, according to a report on Saturday. Trump grumbled as entered the Oval Office, dressing down his national security team and railing against the number of immigrants who had entered the country since he took office. He said he looked like a fool as the number climbed and he failed to make good on his promise to curtail the number of foreigners coming to America, sources told The New York Times. Trump fumed at his top security team, reading from a list and complaining that 15,000 immigrants arrived from Haiti. They “all have AIDS,” he said. He read on, complaining that 40,000 people had come from Nigeria. They would never “go back to their huts” in Africa, the President griped, a pair of officials told The Times. Trump exploded at staff and cabinet members, including Secretary of State Rex Tillerson as John Kelly, then the secretary of homeland security, cleared the room of underlings and tried to assert order, sources told the newspaper. The White House did not deny the heated nature of the meeting, but insisted Trump never used the words “AIDS” or “huts.” Several participants in the meeting told The Times they did not recall Trump using those words and did not think he had. Frank Sharry, the executive director of America’s Voice, a pro-immigration group, said he wouldn’t be surprised if the comments came from the President’s mouth, arguing that his immigration agenda is motivated by racism. “He’s basically saying, ‘You people of color coming to America seeking the American dream are a threat to the white people,’” Sharry told The Times. Since the beginning of his term, Trump has pushed to curb the number of refugees and immigrants accepted into the U.S. He has recently railed against chain migration and the diversity visa lottery program — pointing to the deadly lower Manhattan truck attack carried out by Sayfullo Saipov, who came to the U.S. through the lottery program as an example. He has also used Akayed Ullah, a Bangladeshi national who attempted to detonate a bomb in the subway near the Port Authority Bus Terminal, who came to the U.S. through chain migration after his aunt was selected through the lottery program. Chain migration is a term often misused by anti-immigration hardliners. It is essentially the same process that families of immigrants have used to enter the U.S. for generations. Trump’s presidential campaign offered a clear picture of what his White House policies would look like. Anti-immigration rhetoric and the demonizing of foreigners as a group of people bringing crime or radicalization into the country has permeated the President’s speeches and public comments following tragedies and terror attacks. The nationalist approach to immigration is in part thanks to senior policy adviser Stephen Miller. The 33-year-old staffer has made restricting the flow of immigrants and refugees to the U.S. his main priority since joining the Trump team. Miller drew heat in January for the botched roll-out of the Trump administration’s initial travel ban that targeted Muslim immigrants. On Friday, a U.S. appeals court said the most recent version of the ban targeting people from six Muslim-majority countries should not be applied to people with strong U.S. ties. “We conclude that the President’s issuance of the Proclamation once again exceeds the scope of his delegated authority,” the panel said. In June, the same month that tempers flared in the Oval Office meeting, Miller was warring with State Department staffers over reports about the costs of resettling refugees. When department specialists proposed including refugees’ economic contributions in the studies to produce a more balanced assessment, Miller rebuffed the idea, one current and one former U.S. official told Reuters. Miller’s anti-immigration leanings were on full display according to officials who said Miller and the administration wanted to make a case to restrict refugee flows by creating a skewed analysis. “It’s a policy outcome in search of a rationale,” a former U.S. official told Reuters. Miller reportedly targeted Tillerson at the June meeting, according to The Times, blaming him for the high number of foreigners entering the country. The young adviser has relished his role in combating bureaucracy and overturning decades of immigration policy. “We have taken a giant steamliner barreling full speed,” Mr. Miller said in a recent interview. “Slowed it, stopped it, begun to turn it around and started sailing in the other direction.”
  6. http://www.fashion.ie/lindsay-lohan-wants-relaunch-music/ Lindsay Lohan wants to relaunch her music career By Orla O'Brien | December 8, 2017 Lindsay Lohan would like to relaunch her music career and wants the role in the ‘Little Mermaid’ live-action remake. The 31-year-old actress released two albums, ‘Speak’, and ‘A Little More Personal (Raw)’, in 2004 and 2005 but a much-discussed third record never appeared, and the ‘Mean Girls’ star – who is currently living in Dubai – has now revealed only a return to music would tempt her to move back to New York. Asked if she’d move back from New York, she said: “For music, maybe.” But it isn’t only singing that Lindsay wants to focus her attention on, as she’s still interested in acting and admitted she would love the lead role in the planned live-action ‘Little Mermaid’ remake. Asked about the role, she told TMZ: “I wish, I hope so.” Her comments came after she recently admitted she wants to reprise her role as Cady Heron in another ‘Mean Girls’ movie and plans to track down writer Tina Fey and producer Lorne Michaels during her trip to the US. The Hollywood star – who admitted she’s “trying” to get the movie off the ground – said: “I’m here in New York, so Tina Fey better be hiding or I’m going to find her and Lorne Michaels. I know where his desk is.” Lindsay also revealed what she thinks her ‘Mean Girls’ character would be up to these days. She shared: “I’m thinking she’s been living in Africa and adopts children, very Madonna.” Lindsay enjoys living a low-key existence in the Middle East, where she’s able to escape the pressures she would face at home. She explained: “I love living in New York, but I do love the serenity and peace that I find living in the Middle East because there are no cameras in Dubai and I can actually focus on what I want to do in life. I don’t always have to be scrutinised every second. I can have a private life and have a public life, but when I choose to. And I think that’s really important.”
  7. She denied that rumor in her Attitude Magazine interview in 2005. Unless I’m wrong that’s the only time I heard her ever addressing that. https://allaboutmadonna.com/madonna-magazine-scans/scans-2005
  8. I’ve seen her respond to Lady Gaga related tweets in which she wasn’t tweeted directly @ladygaga or hash-tagged #ladyaga so she’s obviously going through the trouble of doing searches on herself.
  9. The concert will be a showcase of her entire greatest hits catalog. The show will be 20 minutes long.
  10. The monsters infighting is hilarious
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