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It's "Throwback Thursday" and Queen Latifah's throwing an all 80's party! (Videos)

7 November 2013 9:43 AM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

The ‘80s Strikes Back It's “Throwback Thursday” and Queen’s throwing an all 80's party! First, Queen sits down with the cast of one of this fall’s hottest new comedies, “The Goldbergs.” Then, our favorite “Karate Kid,” Ralph Macchio. Plus, Rob Base performs the 80's classic, “It Takes Two” and Queen meets a family who's spending the year living like it’s the 1980’s. Tune in alert for The Queen Latifah Show – “The ‘80s Strikes Back” – airing, Thursday, November 7. Ralph Macchio reminisces about the ‘Karate Kid’ phenomenon and talks about his latest project plus the cast of ABC’s ‘The Goldbergs,’ Jeff Garlin reminisces about Queen bacm in the day! Ralph Macchio: Ql talks with The Goldbergs cast about »

- April Neale

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Bruce Jenner Before He Was Kris Jenner's Ex

9 October 2013 2:30 PM, PDT | | See recent Popsugar news »

Bruce and Kris Jenner announced their separation Tuesday. As anyone who lived through the '70s or watches Keeping Up with the Kardashians knows, Bruce Jenner was a gold-medal decathlete before he met the Kardashian matriarch manager. He loves to remind his family and viewers of his Olympian past, and his own website calls him the world's greatest athlete, a nickname he earned during the 1976 Olympics in Montreal, where he set a world record and became an American sports hero. In an August 1976 cover story, Sports Illustrated predicted Bruce Jenner would be one Olympian who could maintain publicity past the the Olympic games. Soon after he won the gold, he also won endorsements from Wheaties and London Fog, and even acted, appearing in CHiPs. While he endures as a celebrity almost 40 years later, I'm not sure the 1976 sports editors could have imagined that Bruce's tabloid fame would look like »

- Annie Gabillet

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Justin Timberlake, why do you make it so hard for us to love you sometimes?

15 March 2013 8:50 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

It can be hard to be a Jt fan. We present a guide to the so very good and the so very bad of Justin's 20 years in the business

It's hard out here for a Justin Timberlake fan. One minute he's legit trying to convince us that MySpace is still a thing (it's not), and the next he's in a tofu costume and we're all crying with laughter promising ourselves that we'll never doubt his true brilliance again.

It's Jt's 20th year in the biz, and he's just about to wrap a week-long residency on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Since it can be difficult to admit that Mr Timberlake is as fallible as the rest of us, we present this guide to help you navigate the good, the bad and the never-actually-ugly sides of the man who brought sexy back.

Early Justin

Early Justin is good Justin. Plain and simple. »

- Ruth Spencer, Amanda Holpuch, Erin McCann

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