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Because it's very evidently NOT Ariana Grande.
In case the teasers weren’t obvious enough, Givenchy just announced their newest face and it’s none other than Ariana Grande. Clad in a cut-out LBD reminiscent of Audrey Hepburn’s iconic frock in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, plus a pearl headband that’s similar to what
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I think we can all agree that there is no other TV show that’s as unpredictable as Game of Thrones. We’re always scrambling for clues as to who dies next and who lives to fight another day. One of the most epic
"What do you mean I actually have to talk to you in person now? What are we? Barbarians?"
There's a current internet frenzy all over the world as Facebook and Instagram continue to be inaccessible for half of humanity, as evidenced by #FacebookDown and #InstagramDown trending on Twitter. According to the FB- and IG-obssessed who've shared their frustrations via tweets, both platforms refuse to let them
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Take it from us when we say that the world is your runway if you just try hard enough. You don't even need an excuse to dress up. Going grocery shopping? Walk over to the condiments aisle wearing your sparkly stilettos! Watching a
This girl is too funny!
There's no denying it: Maine Mendoza is effortlessly funny! So when we asked her to recreate the internet's most iconic memes, she didn't even bat an eyelash. Watch the video below to see how Maine nailed all these memes in hilarious fashion.
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Obsessed with makeup? Then these memes are totally for you! Which one can you relate to the most?IMAGE Charisma LicoThe best response? A big, fat nope. You can pile it on all day long, and with good quality long-wear makeup, they won’t
"The ad board thinks holding hands is too gay."
UPDATED: 12:30pm, February 16, 2015A few days ago, we released a story on Bench’s most recent ad campaign, “Love All Kinds Of Love,” enclosing photos PR photos from the same campaign as those of billboards found along the Guadalupe bridge. Among those