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KATE Middleton and Jennifer Lawrence are giving us Brits serious style envy, if this recent fashion poll is anything to go by. 

The Duchess of Cambridge came in in second place, beating the likes of Kim Kardashian, Kate Moss and Rita Ora in a 'stars British women most want to dress like' vote. 

Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Middleton topped the best dressed celebrities poll [Wenn]
Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Middleton topped the best dressed celebrities poll [Wenn]
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March 28, 2014. Recording artist Lady Gaga arrives at the Roseland Ballroom for the first night of her series of concerts at the venue.The Associated Press

Lady Gaga celebrated her 28th birthday with an energetic but short concert at the Roseland Ballroom in her first of seven concerts at the closing venue.

Gaga performed for an hour Friday night in front of a feverish crowd.

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  • Nina Abigail and LeBron James are shown at the Sprite 6 Mix by LeBron James Launch at SL Miami.Seth Browarnik, WorldRedEye.com

  • 2014 Sports Illustrated cover models Nina Agdal (L), Lily Aldridge and Chrissy Teigen (R) pose for a portrait in New York February 18, 2014.

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michelle-obama-oscarFirst Lady Michelle Obama is not content nagging Americans about their food choices. She has now decided to lecture us about our word usage. Along with pop star Beyonce and actress Jennifer Garner among others, the First Lady is urging Americans to ban the word “bossy.” She believes that use of the word somehow inhibits young girls from becoming leaders.

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Super Bowl Singer

Beyonce got rave reviews for her Super Bowl performance on Feb. 3, 2013.

 

LOS ANGELES – Watch out, theres' a new 'B-word.'

Sheryl Sandberg, the Chief Operating Officer of Facebook and author of the best-selling book “Lean In,” has recruited a slew of celebrities to launch a national campaign to ban the word “bossy,” claiming it discourages girls from taking on leadership roles.

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blackout-bowlSuper Bowl XLVII had its memorable moments, including a first-ever power glitch, but let us talk about the game first. The Ravens went up big early and had to hold off a furious San Francisco rally, which they did thanks to two huge defensive plays in the fourth quarter.

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obama gay militaryYesterday, the President officially began his second term, but only after committing another mistake in reciting the oath of office. Four years ago, the culprit was Chief Justice John Roberts, who flubbed the wording of the oath. This time, Roberts recited the correct words, but the President was unable to properly enunciate the phrase “United States.”

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