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Morning Meme: President Obama and Mitt Romney Pick Up Very Different Endorsements, Kylie Minogue To Star In Musical "Walking On Sunshine," and Team USA Goes "Gangnam Style"

2 November 2012 4:39 AM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Sorry to have deserted you yesterday, but if you think grocery stores are nuts before a snow storm, you should see a tire shop when one hits in October. It's been a crazy week. Now on to the news!

snicks will be liveblogging all the gay snogging on Days of Our Lives today.

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg endorsed President Obama for reelection today, citing his commitment to fighting climate change and his support for marriage equality.

Kylie Minogue and Gemma Atherton are set to star in the upcoming musical comedy Walking On Sunshine, about a mother and daughter who both fall in love with the same man in Spain. It will feature pop music from the 1980s. Kylie and 1980s music in a movie? Someone hand snicks a tissue.

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, who campaigned against the Affordable Care Act for years has chosen to endorse President Obama for reelection. »

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