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You got: Singing

You would be a multi-platinum artist with millions of adoring world-wide fans! They’d even have nicknames and would defend your honour on Twitter daily!

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You got: DJing

You’d be an international DJ who plays in all of the hottest clubs and collabs with big artists. You would know everyone in the music industry!

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You got: Acting

You would be an Oscar-winning actor! You’d be in a lot of the box office hits, but you’d also have a few indie-hits under your belt because you’d always be chasing interesting and challenging projects.

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You got: TV Hosting

You’d be a top TV host! You’d know all of the biggest stars (and their secrets) and would become a celebrity in your own right for your charisma and charm!

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You got: Modelling

You’d be a stunning model! You’d grace all of the catwalks with your equally beautiful runway mates, and you’d drink champagne with celebrities on expensive yachts!

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You got: Reality TV

You would be the nation’s favourite on a popular reality TV show and rocket to stardom. You’d be so entertaining you’d even get your own spin-off!

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This Is How Much Nicki Minaj Has Changed From 2010 To 2017

8 December is an important day – it’s the birthday of Nicki Minaj. So to celebrate an iconic queen’s special day, I decided to round up her most iconic looks from over the years. And believe me, there were a lot to choose from!


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BET’s 106 & Park, 2010.


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The American Music Awards, 2010.


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The Grammy Awards, 2011.


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The Billboard Music Awards, 2011.


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The MTV Video Music Awards, 2011.


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The Grammy Awards, 2012.


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Album signing in London, 2012.


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American Music Awards, 2012.


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The Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards viewing party, 2013.


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The Billboard Music Awards, 2013.


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The MTV Movie Awards, 2014.


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The Grammy Awards, 2015.


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New York fashion week, 2015.


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Tidal launch event, 2015.


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The MTV Video Music Awards, 2015.


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The American Music Awards, 2015.


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The MTV Video Music Awards, 2016.


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The MTV Video Music Awards, 2016.


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The Met Gala, 2017.


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amfAR’s Cinema Against AIDS Gala, 2017.


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The NBA Awards, 2017.


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The MTV Video Music Awards, 2017.


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The Harper’s BAZAAR Celebration of ‘ICONS By Carine Roitfeld’ party, 2017.


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Bella Hadid Opened Up About Trump's Jerusalem Decision On Instagram

The international supermodel, 21, posted a photo of the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem’s Old City on Instagram with a message of solidarity to Palestinians to her 16 million followers.

She said: “The TREATMENT of the Palestinian people is unfair, one-sided and should not be tolerated. I stand with Palestine.”

Her post came a day after Trump announced the US embassy would be moving from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, sparking international outcry and concern.

Trump said: “I’ve judged this course of action to be in the best interests of the United States of America and the pursuit of peace between Israel and the Palestinians.”

There have been international warnings of regional unrest over any such move, and the new embassy will make the US the only country in the world to have an embassy in Jerusalem.

Jerusalem is of huge importance to both Israel and the Palestinians, with sites sacred to Jews, Muslims, and Christians.

Israeli sovereignty over Jerusalem has never been recognised internationally, and all countries have their embassies in Tel Aviv.

The United Nations secretary-general Antóno Gutterez expressed the UN’s opposition to Trump’s move in a statement.

Hadid condemned the “unjust” announcement, writing the news made her “cry for the many many generations of Palestine”, and her own family.

She continued: “Seeing the sadness of my father, cousins, and Palestinian family that are feeling for our Palestinian ancestors makes this even harder to write.”

Hadid’s father, the real estate mogul Mohamed Hadid, 69, was born in Nazareth and lived in both Syria and Lebanon before immigrating to the US aged 14.

The supermodel and her older sister Gigi’s mother is Yolanda, the Dutch-American model and star of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

In the full caption, which was edited, Hadid wrote:

I’ve been waiting to put this into perfect words but I realized there is no perfect way to speak of something so unjust. A very very sad day.Watching the news and seeing the pain of the Palestinian people makes me cry for the many many generations of Palestine.
Seeing the sadness of my father, cousins, and Palestinian family that are feeling for our Palestinian ancestors makes this even harder to write. Jerusalem is home of all religions. For this to happen, I feel, makes us take 5 steps back making it harder to live in a world of peace.
The TREATMENT of the Palestinian people is unfair, one-sided and should not be tolerated. I stand with Palestine.
There is no hate against anyone… My best friends I call sisters and brothers are Jewish. There are no sides… All religions living side by side.. Now it is Just one man..it has always been a factor of trying to bring peace… Where is the hope..?

The post has almost 900,000 likes on instagram.

“This cover is in honor of my teta Khair Hadid, my family, and my Arab/Muslim friends out there,” Hadid wrote.

Earlier this year, Hadid opened up about her Muslim faith and her father’s experience as a refugee to the US in an interview with Porter magazine.

“My dad was a refugee when he first came to America, so it’s actually very close to home for my sister and brother and me,” the 21-year-old told Porter. “He was always religious, and he always prayed with us. I am proud to be a Muslim.”

HQ's Quiz Daddy Isn't Actually Good At Trivia


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Scott Rogowsky is a comedian and the main host of the new hit app HQ Trivia, where he reads trivia questions live and users can win cash prizes. The game has taken off in the last month, and Rogowsky has become a cult figure, with fans of the game calling him “quiz daddy.” He came by our office, where we supplied him with kale salad and he answered some questions about Phish, his iconic black suit (turns out it’s not his own), and dealing with an of influx thirsty DMs.

Who’s your favorite game show host?

Scott Rogowsky: Trebek is classic. I love Will Ferrell as Alex Trebek, that’s my answer. Will Ferrell in those SNL “Celebrity Jeopardy” sketches.

What does HQ stand for?

SR: That’s a trade secret. I personally change the meaning every week. Last week it was Horse Quaaludes, this week it’s Hairy Queens.

You often say some Yiddish words. What is your favorite Yiddish word?

SR: It’s probably unprintable, because there’s lots of Yiddish words for certain male anatomy. Schmuck is a great one. Schmeckle. Schvantz.

Do you live at home with your parents?

SR: I currently live with my parents. Let’s say, I’m between my apartments, and so I’m choosing to live with my parents. I have my stuff there. It’s like a storage unit.

What did you major in in college?

SR: Political science. I’m a naturally curious person. My kindergarten report card said, “Scott is like a sponge, he soaks up information.” I just see stuff and I want to know, like *gestures at salad* there’s different kinds of kale. There’s Tuscan; there’s lacinato. I’m fascinated that everything in the world has been named and classified. Every part of the body has been named – every tiny blemish. I don’t want to go to med school and learn that, but I’ll read the Wikipedia.

You did those viral stunts where you made funny book covers and rode the subway. If you were going to do another now, what would it say?

SR: I would love to do another book cover. It’s been a year since the last one I did, which was Trump-inspired. After the election, I was in shock like everyone else, and I wanted to help raise money for the ACLU and Planned Parenthood. So I did one as a fundraiser. I did one that said “Eat Pray Grab Pussy,” and Elizabeth Gilbert reached out to me and donated $5,000 to Planned Parenthood for the copy of it.

I’d love to get some celebrities doing it — Jon Hamm, if you’re reading this, Nick Kroll… But I think for a new book, you have to just hammer the Trump thing.

Bemused by the HQ kerfuffle because I don’t play. My sole takeaway is Scott is super cute and I would hella buy him a salad.

05:53 PM – 22 Nov 2017

I have noticed an overwhelming, uh, thirst, for you.

SR: Does that count as harassment, when I have women DM’ing me like, “I wanna marry you…”? No, I’m kidding, that’s not harassment — it’s flattering. Come to my house — my mom makes a mean latke.

But honestly, I just don’t have time. I can’t even watch Netflix. And now with my schedule, I’m taking a late train home. I get in at like 11:30 p.m. What am I going to do?


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So people slide into your DMs, and you’re just like, “thank you, I’m too busy”?

SR: I just want to be polite, and I’m trying to learn how to deal with it. I barely used social media before until HQ so I’m just not used to it. Yes, I mean, it’s very flattering; yes, I do see it. I acknowledge it. If you have tweeted at me or DM’d me, thank you. Maybe one day I’ll have time to scroll through all the DMs, and maybe have a Bachelor-style reality show to choose someone? I don’t know.

By the way, what if I was into bestiality? What if it was like, Sorry guys and girls, animals are my thing? I mean I’m just saying. Don’t assume.

We’re going to print that.

SR: Ok, just don’t make it the headline.

What is your daily schedule like?

SR: So I get to the office an hour or two before the show, run through the questions, do some research, make some edits. Then I have a break and some dinner, maybe see friends, then do it again.

I’d read 5000 words on Scott Rogowsky and the very specific aesthetics of the Jewish-American bro.

08:09 PM – 04 Dec 2017

Someone tweeted: “I’d read 5,000 words on Scott Rogowsky and the very specific aesthetics of the Jewish-American bro.” Are you a bro?

SR: Is that how I come across? I’ve seen people tweet, “Your host exudes douchiness.” I’ve never considered myself a bro or a douche. I don’t like those types of characters. Here’s what I’ll say: I do have the ability to be a social chameleon; this goes back to middle school. I could hang with preps or jocks or nerds. I’d float between groups and had my core friends who were just into baseball card collecting. That’s what I am at heart: a baseball card collector.

What’s your team?

SR: The Mets. But I have soft spot for the Red Sox because of Nomar Garciaparra, my favorite player of all time.

How many times have you seen Phish?

SR: Over 20.

Vape or bong?

SR: Neither. Honestly, I don’t smoke, I don’t really drink. I’ve been to all these Phish shows completely sober.

How do you pick your suits and ties for the show?

SR: I don’t. We did a whole wardrobe thing. They’re not my own suits.

On your day off, do you play, and if so how far have you gone?

SR: If I have a day off, it’s because I’m traveling or have something going on, so I can’t play. But I do watch the games if I can. I’ve never won. Honestly, once I got out on question one. Usually I can’t get past six.

Katie Notopoulos is a senior editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York. Notopoulos writes about tech and internet culture is cohost of the Internet Explorer podcast.

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Die-Hard Fans Of Melanie Martinez Are Burning And Ripping Her Merch After She Was Accused Of Rape

“I used to really love her music but honestly I can’t listen to it now and feel the same way as I used to,” @poppyhowell explained. “I didn’t want to be associated with Melanie Martinez or her “brand” anymore so I thought about what I could do to cover the images on the sweatshirt.”

“I felt angry, like them, but I didn’t want to destroy a perfectly good sweatshirt. It was very comfy, and I paid $50 for it.”

She told BuzzFeed News it was “shocking” and difficult to learn about the accusations about her former idol, but she said she knew what she had to do.

“It was very difficult to process the reality of the situation because in the past Melanie was one of my favorite singers … It was horrible to read but I knew that I had to stop supporting her.”

Marvel's Launching A New Franchise Of Wonderful, Diverse Superheroes

“It came out of a desire to be able to tell stories about characters that we think are the next great heroes of the Marvel Universe,” Amanat continued.

“I think it’s incredibly important that we tell young women and young girls that they have this incredible power within themselves, and that they have heroes out there [who] … they can look up to, especially in these times.”

Sebastian Stan “Auditioning” To Play A Young Luke Skywalker Is My Favorite Thing This Week

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So what do you think, could Stan play Luke Skywalker?


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    Yes, he is UNCLOCKABLE.


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    He’s a great actor, so probably.


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    Nah, he looks and sounds nothing like Hamill.


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    TBH, I’d rather see Hamill play an old Bucky than Stan a young Luke.