Brooke Steinberg

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Justin Bieber denies rumors of split with longtime manager Scooter Braun

Puck News reported that multiple sources claimed Justin Bieber, 29, and Scooter Braun, 42, haven't spoken in months, and the "Believe" singer has been looking around for new management -- but a conflicting report from Entertainment Tonight says the two are still working together.

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'Barbie' movie banned in Vietnam over scene including disputed map

Warner Bros' highly anticipated "Barbie" movie has been banned in Vietnam due to a scene that includes a map using the "nine-dash line" - a set of line segments that represent China's territorial claims in the South China Sea - which Vietnam claims violates its sovereignty.

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Pink shocked by another strange gift from fan during show

Fans keep giving Pink strange items during her concerts -- and they just won't give her a reason. While singing her hit song "F--kin' Perfect" at one of her BST Hyde Park shows over the weekend, a fan casually handed her a huge wheel of Brie cheese.

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Beyoncé is to blame for inflation in Sweden: 'Not normal'

Beyoncé's Renaissance World Tour kicked off in Stockholm, Sweden, on May 10 -- and it's somewhat to blame for the rise of inflation in the country, according to a senior economist at one of the top Nordic banks.

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Flavor Flav wants to hire Taylor Swift fans for a new job

Rapper Flavor Flav -- whose real name is William Jonathan Drayton Jr. -- attended Taylor Swift's Eras Tour in Detroit, Michigan, on Friday night and had the time of his life, posting updates throughout the show.

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Tina Turner's cause of death revealed

Turner died Wednesday at the age of 83 following a bout with cancer, a stroke and kidney troubles, but her representatives confirmed that she died of natural causes.

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Adele will be James Corden's final 'Carpool Karaoke' guest

Adele, 34, will be sitting in the passenger seat alongside Corden, 44, for "The Last Last Late Late Show With James Corden Carpool Karaoke Special" -- Corden's last "Carpool Karaoke" as host of "The Late Late Show."

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Brian Cox talks the future of 'Succession' as fans react to shocking twist

SPOILER ALERT: This article contains major spoilers for "Succession" Season 4, Episode 3, "Connor's Wedding." Fans are still reeling over last night's emotionally shocking episode of "Succession." It was a moment many fans expected to come at some point in the season -- but not as soon as it did.

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Inside Netflix's secret menu - how to access hundreds of hidden genres

Netflix has been hiding a huge list of titles not shared on the main platform that users can find: How to access the secret menu. The hidden list can be accessed using codes that correlate with very specific genres and sub-genres including Deep Sea Horror, Irreverent TV Comedies and 90-minute movies.

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Jamie Lee Curtis on surprise Oscar nom: 'I sold yogurt that makes you s-t'

Jamie Lee Curtis never thought she'd get to the point where she'd be receiving an Oscar nomination. "I'm 64 years old. I've been an actor since I was 19," she said. "I made horror films and sold yogurt that makes you s-t. I never thought I would hear my name at the Oscars.'

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Elizabeth Olsen suffered 'hourly' panic attacks while living in NYC at 21

Elizabeth Olsen used to suffer from panic attacks "on the hour every hour" during her early years in NYC. The 33-year-old actress revealed how she "didn't understand what anxiety or a panic attack was" until she was 21 - and how she thought she was going to "drop dead" when she experienced them.

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Run-DMC to perform with Aerosmith at Grammys

Get ready to hear one of the most iconic rap-rock drumbeats at the 2020 Grammys. Run-DMC will perform with Aerosmith at the Grammy Awards on Jan. 26, a source told Variety. The band, led by frontma...

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Lifestyle & Human Interest

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Rare Great Depression-era $10,000 bill sells for $480K - but who's on it?

A rare Great Depression-era $10,000 bill was sold at an auction last week for a record $480,000. The Federal Reserve note issued in 1934 topped the Long Beach Expo US Currency Signature Auction hosted by Dallas-based auction house Heritage Auctions, according to a press release.

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'Laziest Citizen' contest has people lying down for 20 days - and counting

Seven competitors are hoping to get the esteemed title of "Laziest Citizen" in Montenegro's annual contest. The remaining contestants - vying for a grand prize of $1,070 - have been lying down for 20 straight days and counting, and they're determined to keep going despite already smashing last year's record of 117 hours.

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Barbie's new doll collection has something for everyone

Barbie is evolving to keep up with the times by introducing two new doll collections: the Barbie Fashionistas line and the Barbie Wellness collection. Children of all sizes, colors and abilities wi...


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Princess Charlotte's style inspires Gucci's latest collection

The 4-year-old royal is the inspiration for Gucci's latest menswear collection that debuted during Milan Fashion Week Men's as models hit the runway wearing floral prints, babydoll dresses, Gucci-printed tights and Mary Janes - the princess's signature look.


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Brain activity used to reconstruct Pink Floyd song in scientific first

New research published Tuesday in the journal PLoS Biology showed that scientists can train a computer to recreate a song based solely on the brain activity of someone listening to music. Scientists were able to reconstruct a passable cover of Pink Floyd's 1979 song, "Another Brick in the Wall (Part 1)."

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Being physically fit when younger can reduce risk for 9 types of cancer: study

The study, published Tuesday in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, found that men with high levels of cardiorespiratory fitness at a young age were less likely to develop nine types of cancers later on in life, including cancers of the head and neck, esophagus, stomach, pancreas, liver, bowel, kidney and lung.

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'Ozempic butt' is latest bizarre side effect of trendy weight loss drug

There's a new side effect to add to the list of repercussions from taking Ozempic: "Ozempic butt." Ozempic is the latest weight loss craze, and users are claiming that they now have saggy butts as a result. Ozempic and Wegovy are semaglutides, which help the pancreas release the right amount of insulin when blood sugar levels are high.

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The best diets of 2023 revealed

The best diets of 2023 have been revealed - just in time for resolution season. And, for the sixth year in a row, the Mediterranean diet took the top spot for best diet overall.

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Why an apple a day can actually keep the doctor away: experts

Experts funded by the US Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics investigated data from 157 random controlled trials and 15 cohort studies on the health benefits of flavan-3-ols - a "bioactive" compound that's good for your heart.

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Dieting when not obese raises risk of diabetes: study

A study done by Harvard University found that people who are already thin that lost 10 pounds had a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes a decade later - and were also more likely to gain weight later on in life.

Food & Drink

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Guy Fieri restaurant roasted by diners: 'McDonald's has better service'

Guy Fieri's restaurant in Las Vegas is being slammed by customers who say the service is worse than at McDonald's. The 55-year-old celebrity chef -- who is estimated to be worth $197 million -- opened his first restaurant in Santa Rosa, California, in 1996 with Johnny Garlic's, a pasta restaurant.

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Museum of Hangovers opens in Croatia

Drunk thoughts lead to sober business ventures, apparently. While out drinking with friends, Rino Dubokovic, a university student in Zagreb, Croatia, was sharing his best - and worst - hangover sto...

Pets & Animals

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'Oldest dog ever,' Bobi, dethrones current Guinness World Records holder

Just two weeks after announcing Spike, a Chihuahua from Ohio, as the world's "oldest dog living," Guinness World Records discovered an older dog that would break the record. Bobi, born May 11, 1992, is not just the oldest dog living - he's also the oldest dog ever.

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Big dog becomes mayor of small Colorado town

Georgetown, Colorado elected a new mayor - and he's a good boy! Clear Creek County swore in Parker the Snow Dog as the Honorary Mayor of Georgetown Tuesday. "It was a packed house Tuesday Night at ...

Fashion & Beauty

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'Tenniscore' trend serving sporty, elegant looks - on and off the court

"Tenniscore" takes inspiration from what athletes wear on the court and brings it into everyday wear. The emerging fashion trend is influenced by some of the internet's favorite aesthetics of the moment: sport, quiet luxury and what the kids on TikTok call the "old money aesthetic."

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Crocs to release Shrek-inspired clogs: 'Ugliest shoes ever'

Crocs has a swampy new collaboration, teaming up with everyone's most beloved ogre, Shrek. The "Shrek" Crocs Classic Clog is inspired by the cynical ogre's aesthetics, with a bright green base to match his skin tone.

Dating & Relationships

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Men happier in relationships when they think they're funnier: study

If you want your relationship with a man to last, it's time to let him think he's the funnier one, according to a new study - titled "Do They Fit Together Like the Joker and Harley Quinn?" - which tried to understand how humor relates to long-term relationships.