During her latest MDNA tour stop in Washington, D.C., Madge proceeded to give her fans a sped-up history lesson, stretching from Abe Lincoln to Dr. Martin Luther King to Obama.
Blame (or thank) Lena Dunham for inciting what feels like a recent onslaught of feminist writing tackling the complexities of singleness, fertility and prolonged adolescence.
He’s for school vouchers and against affirmative action. Here are other stances of Obama’s opponent.
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And working with Quentin Tarantino for “Django Unchained.”
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Chris Brown was back in court on Monday for a probation hearing in his ongoing assault case against ex-girlfriend Rihanna. The 23-year-old […]