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Miley Cyrus's Tribute to the Manchester Attack Victims Will Bring You to Tears

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Following her emotional performance at the Billboard Music Awards over the weekend, Miley Cyrus made her return to The Voice on Tuesday. The singer paid a beautiful tribute to Ariana Grande and the victims of Monday's Manchester concert attack with a performance of her new single, "Malibu." "I'd like to dedicate this song to my good friend Ariana Grande and everyone who experienced that horrific attack yesterday," she told the audience. "Our hearts are with you." RelatedAriana Grande Speaks Out After Tragic Manchester Concert Attack Shortly after news of the attack broke, Miley posted a black and white photo of her and Ariana on Instagram. Along with the snap, she wrote, "wishing I could give my friend @arianagrande a great big hug right now... love love love you .... so sorry you had to be apart of such a tragic event! my most sincere condolences to anyone and everyone affected by this horrific attack! »

- Monica Sisavat

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We Have Mixed Emotions About That Shocking Dancing With the Stars Finale

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Dancing With the Stars has officially crowned its winner! Following a fun-filled season 24 finale on Tuesday night, Rashad Jennings and his partner, Emma Slater, took home the mirror ball trophy. While the football star's win shouldn't come as a surprise - he's been a fan favorite since the moment he danced to Bruno Mars's "24K Magic" on the first night - the audience and judges were visibly shocked to see Fifth Harmony's Normani Kordei take third place after Chicago Cubs baseball player David Ross. Even her bandmates looked confused as they sat in the crowd. What can we say? This season has been full of numerous twists and turns. This Says Everything!! Their Faces Say Everything! #DWTS pic.twitter.com/uTPfk6nSdA - paige⁵ᴴ³ (@jaureguiregreti) May 24, 2017 »

- Kelsie Gibson

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How Much Your Favorite Game of Thrones Characters Have Changed

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If you're even a casual Game of Thrones watcher, you know that nothing stays the same for long in Westeros. Alliances are formed and broken, rulers come and go, and characters you were sure you knew can still surprise you. Character development is one of the elements that makes the show so compelling, especially with the fan-favorite characters. Before season seven premieres on July 16, here's a look at how some of the major players on Game of Thrones have changed between season one and where we left them last season. RelatedEverything We Know About Game of Thrones Season 7 »

- Erin Hurley

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The 2 Biggest (and Lamest) Changes in the Dirty Dancing Reboot

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ABC made the questionable decision to reboot Dirty Dancing in celebration of the film's 30th anniversary - because nothing honors a work of art more than trying to replace it - and it's certainly something. While the majority of the new film's scenes are less passionate replicas of the original's iconic moments, there are two notable tweaks to the story. First of all, the movie doesn't start at Kellerman's Summer retreat; it starts in New York City, 1975. Baby (Abigail Breslin) walks up to a theater on Broadway where the marquee proudly displays Dirty Dancing: The Musical. As she sits down to watch the show, her voiceover tells us that "you never forget your first love," and suddenly, we're back in the Summer of 1963. The movie continues on as usual, but rather than ending with the whole cast dancing to "Time of My Life" in the lodge, we again flash forward to the theater. »

- Maggie Pehanick

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Relive the Exact Moment Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth First Fell in Love

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It's been seven years since the release of Disney's The Last Song, but now that Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus have rekindled their romance, it's only fitting that we take a walk down memory lane with their cutest photos from the film. The Nicholas Sparks movie marked Cyrus's first role outside of Hannah Montana and follows rebellious teen Ronnie (Cyrus) who comes to live with her divorced father (Greg Kinnear) for the Summer. Her dad uses their shared love of music to reconnect with her, but Ronnie ends up finding romance with the local heartthrob Will (Hemsworth). It may not have taken place in Malibu, but it is where all the magic first happened. RelatedThese Cute Photos of Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth Will Slap a Smile on Your Face »

- Monica Sisavat

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Celine Dion Hated "My Heart Will Go On" at First, and 13 Other Wild Facts About the Song

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Image Source: Getty / Alain Fulconis Ahead of Celine Dion's epic, heartbreaking performance of "My Heart Will Go On" at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, Billboard released an oral history of the iconic Titanic song. As gorgeous and timeless as the tune might seem now, it actually almost never got made due to one important factor: Dion hated it (and she wasn't the only one). From candid quotes from the Canadian singer about the miserable day she recorded to which Titanic star gets physically ill every time they hear it, read on to see the most fascinating tidbits they dug up. Related12 Fascinating Things You Probably Didn't Know About Titanic James Cameron was against it from the start. The director of Titanic envisioned ending his historical disaster epic with a standard score rather than a pop song, reportedly saying, "Would you put a song at the end of Schindler's List? »

- Quinn Keaney

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Why Jon and Sansa Should Get Married on Game of Thrones

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If you are a human being with eyes and a heart who watches Game of Thrones, you were probably emotionally destroyed by Jon Snow and Sansa Stark's reunion in Winterfell. It's the first time the two have seen each other since they both left home at the beginning of season one. And sure, you could take their tearful reunion as simply two young family members relieved to see a reminder of their innocent childhood - or you could see it as the start of something much more. While we've already explored how a romantic relationship between Jon and Sansa is a possibility, here's why it would actually make a lot of sense. A Union to Strengthen the North At the end of season six, it's clear that a stronger North is rising again under a good ruler. The only problem is, that ruler isn't technically a legitimate Stark (as far »

- Erin Hurley

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Jane the Virgin's Finale Revealed Something Major About the Mysterious Narrator

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Over the course of Jane the Virgin's three seasons, we've gotten to know the Villenueva family, their friends, and their lovers - but there's one character who has remained a mystery: the narrator. He has been a steady presence on the show since the very first episode, yet we have no idea who he is. Fans have long speculated that the narrator is a grown version of Jane's son, Mateo. While I can appreciate that this would be a good twist, I don't ascribe to the theory. (For what it's worth, the actor who voices the narrator is on my side.) Not only would it be really creepy for Jane's son to be talking about his mom's sex life as much as the narrator has to, but where would his accent come from? Mateo is a kid now, and he doesn't have even a faint accent. No, my money »

- Maggie Pehanick

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Wedding Music Ideas: 100 Songs For Your First Dance

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There are plenty of details to consider when planning a wedding, not the least of which is the music. The first dance is often the first song decision many couples make, because it's the centerpiece of the reception, with the newlyweds dancing for the first time with all eyes on them. If you're on the hunt for the perfect tune for the first dance, we're here to help. From rock to classic to pop, here are 100 song suggestions sweet enough for a first dance. Need more advice? Here are all of our wedding music ideas! RelatedWedding Music: 50 Processional Songs For Your Walk Down the AisleWedding Music: 50 Upbeat Recessional SongsWedding Music: 60 Father-Daughter Dance Songs »

- Shannon Vestal Robson

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12 Things You Never Knew About Orange Is the New Black

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We're just weeks away from June 9, when the much-anticipated fifth season of Orange Is the New Black magically appears on Netflix, and we couldn't be more excited for the new episodes to drop. You still have tons of time to catch up on where your favorite characters leave off (or, if you'd rather, read exactly how things go down in the finale), but while we can only speculate at this point on what's to come, there are a few things we know for sure about one of the most loved Netflix series of all time. So, to hold you over until the new season: here are 12 things you never knew about Oitnb. Jodie Foster has directed two episodes of the series. The legendary actress directed the third episode of season one (where Crazy Eyes falls for Piper) and the first episode of season two (when Piper is moved from Litchfield. »

- Chelsea Hassler

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The New Game of Thrones Season 7 Poster Changes Everything

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HBO has released key art for the seventh season of Game of Thrones, and we're rethinking everything. It's been an interesting handful of months since the details about the new season have begun to flow in earnest. As we've scoured the initial teaser and the others that followed, we've isolated some of the most telling hints about what's to come. All this time, we've been expecting a huge war between the houses. After all, the season six cliffhangers has Cersei sitting on the Iron Throne, Daenerys presumably heading for King's Landing, and Jon Snow taking power in the North. But another look at everything could tell another story. Before we really dig in, I'm aware this may kind of seem like a "duh." But the timing could mean everything, and it's the most important part of the theory. Based on the flow of the seasons, it's logical to assume that »

- Ryan Roschke

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Twin Peaks: Who Killed Ruth Davenport? 4 Likely Suspects

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When Twin Peaks returned on Sunday, it brought with it updates on old mysteries from the original series, but also a couple of new threads for fans to mull over. One of those is the question of who killed Ruth Davenport (Mary Stofle), a librarian in South Dakota whose severed head is found with one eye gone and a rather large hole left in its place. Even weirder, the head is perched on top of a body - but the body isn't Ruth's (and it is as of yet unidentified). The mystery of who killed Ruth may or may not be an ongoing plot the way "who killed Laura Palmer?" was in the original series. It's unclear right now if the two murders are connected to the overarching story, or if they are merely a jumping-off point to introduce Evil Cooper and what he's been up to all these years. »

- Andrea Reiher

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We’re Calling It Now: Paige McCullers Is A.D. on Pretty Little Liars

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Avid Pretty Little Liars fans know that watching the past seven seasons, and now season 7B, has been like being in a relationship. There have been plenty of emotional roller coasters along the way, and just when you think it's over, it keeps you coming back for more. When the Liars got a text from A during the season six finale, it was signed with a new name, A.D., also referred to as "Uber A" throughout the rest of the series. There are plenty of theories on what those initials stand for, but what's even more important is who those initials are attached to - and we have an idea. Let's start with the basics. We were first introduced to Paige McCullers, played by Lindsey Shaw, in season one, episode 15, when she sets out to become Rosewood High School's swim team captain. Emily Fields, played by Shay Mitchell, had »

- Caitlyn Fitzpatrick

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Wedding Music: 50 Processional Songs For Your Walk Down the Aisle

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If you're planning a wedding soon, one of the most daunting (but fun) details to figure out is the music. We've got a wedding music guide so you know what you have to select tunes for, but as for those tunes, we can help. We have ideas for your first dance song and the father/daughter dance, but what about the ceremony? Your walk down the aisle kicks off the celebration, but why settle for "Here Comes the Bride?" We have a collection of processional song suggestions that span genres, from traditional and instrumental to indie and eclectic. RelatedWedding Music Ideas: 100 Songs For Your First DanceWedding Music: 50 Upbeat Recessional SongsWedding Music: 60 Father-Daughter Dance Songs »

- Shannon Vestal Robson

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The Bachelorette Hit a New Low - and It Has Nothing to Do With Rachel

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I am a fan of The Bachelor, have been ever since the first season premiered in 2002. Save for a few lost seasons that aired during my college years, I've seen every episode of The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Bachelor Pad, and Bachelor in Paradise. One of my favorite days of the year is when the new batch of contestants is revealed and I get to write my first impressions. I avoid spoilers like the plague so I can enjoy the drama and romance as it unfolds. That's why when I say that the franchise has gone so far that I'm considering not watching anymore, it's a big deal. I was overjoyed when ABC selected Rachel Lindsay as its new star of The Bachelorette - even though the network all but ruined the ending of The Bachelor by revealing its plans. The first black Bachelorette! It's a monumental, though seriously belated, step in the right direction! »

- Maggie Pehanick

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Everything We Know About Game of Thrones Season 7

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Season six of Game of Thrones came to a bloody end last year, and we're still having some serious withdrawal issues. If you're in the same boat, let's all remember that the end of one season just means the beginning of speculation about another! Much has been revealed over the past few months, so we have a lot to talk about. Here's what we know about what's coming up from the show, the premiere date, all the trailers (there's a new one!), some telling set pictures, and quotes from the cast. RelatedJason Momoa Hints at a Return to Game of Thrones With a Shirtless Instagram Photo »

- Maggie Pehanick

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Wedding Music: Over 100 Pop Songs to Get Everyone on the Dance Floor

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We're doing our best to help you with your many music decisions this upcoming wedding season, giving you inspiration for processional songs, recessional songs, and first dance songs, but if you're thinking about what comes after all that formality, then listen up. When it's time for the reception and you want to get those guests out of their seats and onto the dance floor, we've got the pop songs that should do the trick. Play DJ with these hits from the current charts and past couple of years, and we're sure you'll get everyone from the groomsmen to the grandparents boogying. »

- Shannon Vestal Robson

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Young Sheldon: What to Know About The Big Bang Theory's New Spinoff

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We've gotten to know and love Jim Parsons as Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang Theory, but we're about to see a whole new side of the character. CBS has picked up a series called Young Sheldon, which, as you may have guessed, is all about Sheldon's childhood as a boy genius. While The Big Bang Theory is firmly a sitcom, the trailer for Young Sheldon makes the series look more thoughtful than your run-of-the-mill, laugh-track-enhanced comedy. Here's what we know about the series so far! The Cast Iain Armitage, who you may recognize as Jane's son in Big Little Lies, is playing the title role. Zoe Perry is starring as his mother, Mary Cooper. Coincidentally, Perry is the real-life daughter of Laurie Metcalf, who has played Sheldon's mother on The Big Bang Theory since 2007. The Trailer The Premiere Date Young Sheldon is coming to CBS on Oct. 27. The 30-minute »

- Maggie Pehanick

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7 James Bond Films to Watch in Roger Moore's Honor Today

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The world lost an icon on Tuesday when Roger Moore succumbed to cancer. The British actor played James Bond from 1973 to 1985, tying with Sean Connery for starring in the most Bond films of all time. Though his Bond isn't as legendary as Connery's or as critically acclaimed as Daniel Craig's, someone had to carry the franchise through the '80s. Moore's Bond holds a special place in my heart, as I spent many hours glued to the annual 007 marathon as a kid. His Bond is familiar and goofy, and though Moonraker may not be at the top of anyone's Best Bond list, the films are still a vital part of the franchise's history. Here are the seven films to watch in his honor. »

- Maggie Pehanick

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14 Disney Classics Being Rebooted Into Live-Action Movies

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It's no secret that Disney has been refreshing its animated classics with live-action reboots like crazy lately. From Lily James's Cinderella to Emma Watson's Belle, your favorite childhood princesses and princes have stepped into the modern world, so to speak, and plenty more are on the way. Keep scrolling to see which of your Disney favorites will be getting some live-action love over the next few years. Related17 Disney Movies You Can Watch on Netflix »

- Quinn Keaney

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