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Sarita Gelner

St Louis Native Will Appear On ABC's "The Great American Baking Show"

This is so exciting!!!! St Louis Native, Sarita Gelner, will appear on the 5th season of ABC's "The Great American Baking Show". This is the American version of "The Great British Bake Off" with judges Paul Hollywood and Sherry Yard. Sarita is the local food blogger behind ritzymom.com . She also...
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Scooter Braun Tells Taylor Swift He's "Ready to Speak Directly"

Scooter Braun has once again accused Taylor Swift of causing his family to receive death threats after she claimed last week that he wouldn't let her perform her old hits at the American Music Awards. "Since your public statement last week there have been numerous death threats directed at my...
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Argue

11 Surefire Ways to #StartAnArgumentIn4Words

Is it possible to offend someone with just four words? You betcha. What's the most surefire way to start an argument in just four words? According to Twitter, the following phrases are fightin' words: Pineapple belongs on pizza. The dress is blue. I don't like dogs. Milk goes in first. Capitalism...
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IG

Instagram To Start Hiding Like Counts In The U.S. This Week

OMG, IG! The CEO of Instagram announced this past Friday that the platform will start hiding U.S. users' like counts starting this week. "We're testing making like counts private," Adam Mosseri said at a Wired event. "So you'll be able to see how many people liked a given photo of yours or video of...
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Justin Timberlake

Which Musician Would You Want Sitting Next to You on a Long Flight?

"You're stuck on a long flight. Which musician would you want sitting next to you?" That's the question that was posed on Twitter this week by Canadian music blogger and radio host Eric Alper. Here are just 10 of the more popular responses: "Were he alive, Prince." "Ringo Starr. The stories! Great...
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Twitter bans all political advertisements

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Twitter is banning all political advertising from its service, saying social media companies give advertisers an unfair advantage in proliferating highly targeted, misleading messages. Related: $15 minimum wage becomes part of 2020 presidential landscape "While internet...
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JWoww

JWoww's Ex Slammed For Kids' Fake Cigarettes In "Grease"-Inspired Halloween Costumes

From Us Weekly : Roger Mathews apparently thinks kids and smoking go together like wop-ba-balu-bop-a-wop-bam-boom! On Saturday, Jenni "JWoww" Farley's ex took to Instagram to reveal he'd dressed their kids up as characters from Grease for Halloween--complete with fake cigarettes in their mouths. "...
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Social Media

What Are You More Worried About Increasing: Your Credit Score Or Instagram Following?

A new survey asked people what they're more worried about increasing: Their credit score or their Instagram following. The answer is their credit score, BUT it was close. 59% of people say they worry about increasing their credit score and 48% worry about increasing their Instagram following...
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Jennifer Aniston

Pro Tip From Jennifer Aniston: Reading the Comments Will Make Your Face Break Out 

Jennifer Aniston has never been a fan of social media and in the new issue of "Allure" magazine, she takes aim at one of the most aggravating and demoralizing aspects of it: the comments. She says, quote, "We need to take away comment sections. When people say, 'Don't read the comments,' well, I've...
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Pink claps back at criticism

Pink Mocks "Parenting Police" With Pic Of Daughter Running Through Sprinkler

Pink took a shot at the "parenting police" this week while posting a pic of her 8-year-old daughter, Willow, running through a sprinkler. Here’s a picture of my child running through water. It wasn’t even filtered. What a waste of water. And no helmet? I hope she had sunscreen. If she slips and...
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