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How to Bring the Drama Like Poppy Delevingne's Met Gala Makeup

2 May 2016 8:52 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

To say Poppy Delevingne brought the drama would be an understatement.  The model was not only one of the best dressed people on the Met Gala red carpet, but she also killed it in the beauty department (thanks to beauty maven Charlotte Tilbury and her team).  "[Poppy's ensemble] called for a look that straddled both the vintage and future beauty worlds," claimed the pro. "My team created a futuristic metallic rock chick eye, paired with an update on the Old Hollywood bombshell lip."  Find the tutorial below! The Eyes Have It Step 1: For the vintage rock chick look, the lashes were thickly lined with Charlotte Tilbury Colour »

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Orphan Black First Look: Rachel Is Back!

28 April 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

The eyes have it: Rachel Duncan is back in this week’s Orphan Black, and we’ve got your exclusive first look at the episode.

In Thursday’s episode (BBC America, 10/9c), titled “The Stigmata of Progress,” the “pro-clone” appears in a close-up that rivals Season 1 of The Following in its potential for ocular trauma. Elsewhere in the photos, Sarah — who’s on the run — attempts to have the bot removed from her mouth before it kills her. Meanwhile, manic mama-to-be Helena and Alison’s husband Donnie find themselves in quite an interesting position.

RelatedOrphan Black Preview: Cosima’s Grief, »

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Blake Shelton Releases First Song After Divorce and It's Probably About Gwen Stefani Helping Him Get Over Miranda Lambert

8 March 2016 8:59 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Blake Shelton has released his first single following his divorce from Miranda Lambert, and, yes, it's about heartbreak. But it also might be about the beginning of his relationship with Gwen Stefani, too. The new hit, "Came Here to Forget," describes a pair coming together in a bar to drink and get over their exes. In fact, a few of the lyrics read: "Girl getting over him and I'm getting over her / The eyes have it made, ain't gotta say a word / Misery loves company, that's why it's you and me." The chorus continues the theme of the song, "Keep salting the rim, getting even with her / Getting even with him, before the night is over...You better keep on keepin' it »

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Blake Shelton's 'Came Here to Forget' Hints at What Brought Him and Gwen Stefani Together

8 March 2016 8:45 AM, PST | | See recent news »

[CUSTOM_PLAYER_BRIGHTCOVE "4784756533001"] The highly-anticipated new song Blake Shelton called "a direct look into my life" has arrived - and the lyrics are… um… very interesting! "Came Here to Forget" is a "misery loves company" tale of two people who connect while trying to forget their exes. And while Shelton didn't write the song, with lyrics like "Girl getting over him / And I'm getting over her," it draws a definite parallel to the start of his relationship with girlfriend Gwen Stefani, following their divorces last year. Shelton sings: "The eyes have it made, ain't gotta say a word / Misery loves company, that's why »

- Danielle Anderson, @dak5000

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Underground Review: Thriller Aspect, Modern Riffs Drive Wgn's Slave Drama

6 March 2016 7:00 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Having previously plumbed the 17th-century and then the 1940s via Salem and Manhattan, Wgn America’s next period drama, Underground, aims to bring a modern sensibility to the senseless injustice of slavery in the United States circa 1857.

RelatedWgn’s Underground Thriller Gets March Premiere Date, Trailers

Specifically, as its title suggests, the 10-episode series — created by Misha Green (Sons of Anarchy) and Joe Pokaski (Heroes) and premiering Wednesday, March 9 at 10/9c) — offers an alternately gripping and illuminating look at the Underground Railroad system by which the bravest (and/or most desperate) of slaves sought to escape to the north, with the hope of living free. »

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