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Scandal recap: ‘The Decision’ – EW.com


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Scandal recap: 'The Decision'
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Hear TLC’s Sleek New Song ‘Way Back’

TLC have unveiled new single “Way Back” from their forthcoming fifth and final album, which does not yet have a title. iHeartRadio premiered the track on Thursday. While T-Boz tweeted that the full song features Snoop Dogg, the tune that iHeartRadio debuted on Thursday does not include his vocals.

As the title suggests, “Way Back” recalls the group’s classic Nineties R&B sound gliding beneath T-Boz and Chilli reminiscing about good times, hanging with old friends and high school.

“Don’t you ever think/ Back on all that other shit we went through/ You know I remember,” they sing. “Don’t you ever wish/ One day we could reminisce/ It feels like we were just together/ ‘Cause we go way back.” They also namecheck Prince, Marvin Gaye, James Brown and Michael Jackson.

TLC turned to Kickstarter to fund their “last and final album.” To date, they’ve raised more than $430,000. It will be the group’s first LP solely featuring T-Boz and Chilli. Member Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes died in 2002, seven months before their previous 3D album was released.

Earlier this month, TLC announced their album would be released on June 30th, but they do not yet have a title for it. “We need your help… let’s hear your suggestions for the album title! Tionne and Chilli are still undecided so looking to you for inspiration,” their manager Bill Diggins posted on Kickstarter. Album name suggestions can be made in the comment section of the post.

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Officials rescue over a dozen people stuck on Six Flags roller coaster in Maryland – Fox News


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Officials rescue over a dozen people stuck on Six Flags roller coaster in Maryland
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Fire officials reported Thursday evening that over a dozen people were stuck 100 feet up in the air on a roller coaster at Six Flags America outside of Washington D.C.. Prince George's County Fire/EMS spokesman Mark Brady said on his Twitter account

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Meghan Linsey Opens Up About Brown Recluse Bite That Left a Hole in Her Face: ‘I’m Just Glad to Be Alive’ – PEOPLE.com


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Meghan Linsey Opens Up About Brown Recluse Bite That Left a Hole in Her Face: 'I'm Just Glad to Be Alive'
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One morning in February, singer Meghan Linsey woke up to a stinging sensation on her face. Still half asleep, she looked over and quickly realized there was a large, dying spider in her hand. She'd been bitten by a brown recluse, a venomous spider

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Meghan Linsey Opens Up About Brown Recluse Bite That Left a Hole in Her Face: ‘I’m Just Glad to Be Alive’ – PEOPLE.com


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Meghan Linsey Opens Up About Brown Recluse Bite That Left a Hole in Her Face: 'I'm Just Glad to Be Alive'
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One morning in February, singer Meghan Linsey woke up to a stinging sensation on her face. Still half asleep, she looked over and quickly realized there was a large, dying spider in her hand. She'd been bitten by a brown recluse, a venomous spider

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Jack Antonoff details Bleachers’ ‘Gone Now’ LP

Jack Antonoff has announced the title of Bleachers‘ sophomore album. The follow-up to 2014’s Strange DesireGone Now will be released in June.

The singer unveiled the cover art, which features a black-and-white photo of Antonoff, along with the track list via Instagram. In a series of tweets he also revealed he’s been working on the album for the past two years in a small studio he built in his apartment.

“The album sounds exactly what it was,” he tweeted. “Someone alone in a room trying to make sense of loss and how to move on.” He also added that the album features “an amazing cast of friends and idols who pop in for moments or send me things.”

While the 12-song track list he posted does not detail who those guests might be, it does include his previously released single “Don’t Take the Money,” which was crafted with the help of former Depeche Mode keyboardist-songwriter Vince Clarke and Lorde. Antonoff is co-producing Lorde’s forthcoming Melodrama LP. He also co-wrote “Green Light,” the first single from Melodrama.

“I wanted to write [“Don’t Take the Money”] from the perspective of two incredibly complicated people who are dealing with loss and anxiety and depression,” Antonoff told Rolling Stone. “You have these crazy fights, and after you go all the way to the bottom, everything is so clear,” he said.

He added that the Gone Now‘s lyrics address memories of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the death of his sister from cancer soon after. “That loss is a filter that goes through your whole life,” he said. “It’s not about not moving on. It changes you. It changes your relationships, it changes how you see yourself, the way you see your work. I really wanted to be in all that as I made this album.”

Gone Now will be released on June 2nd.

Gone Now Track List

1. “Dream of Mickey Mantle”
2. “Goodmorning”
3. “Hate That You Know Me”
4. “Don’t Take the Money”
5. “All My Heroes”
6. “Everybody Lost Somebody”
7. “Let’s Get Married”
8. “Goodbye”
9. “I Miss Those Days”
10. “Nothing is U”
11. “I’m Ready to Move on/ Mickey Mantle Reprise”
12. “Foreign Girls”

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Why Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner’s Divorce Feels Like a Surprise, Even Though It Shouldn’t – E! Online


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Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Officially File for Divorce – E! Online


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Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Officially File for Divorce
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N.J. Assembly candidate, a former ‘Apprentice’ contestant, under fire for vulgar video – NJ.com


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N.J. Assembly candidate, a former 'Apprentice' contestant, under fire for vulgar video
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‘Dear White People’: Watch Sharp, Confrontational Trailer

The first full trailer for Netflix’s adaptation of Justin Simien’s Dear White People embraces the raw humor and feel of the acclaimed indie film. The series will premiere on April 28th.

Set at an Ivy League college, a group of black students aim to face white privilege on campus. Samantha White, played by Logan Browning, is a biracial student and the host of the college’s subversive radio show titled Dear White People. “Having a black vibrator does not count as an interracial relationship,” she jokes on-air early in the trailer. Over the course of the clip, Samantha and her peers tackle both implicit and explicit of racist transgressions, including blackface parties and the protagonist’s secret relationship with a white classmate.

While the show features a new set of actors portraying Simien’s characters, Brandon P. Bell reprises his role as Troy Fairbanks, a politics student campaigning to become the first black student president at the school. Simien also returned to write and direct several episodes of the series, which has already been deemed “anti-white” by members of the alt-right.

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