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Selena Gomez Opens Up About Battle with Lupus and Feeling ‘Guilty’ About Her Fame

  • PEOPLE.com
Selena Gomez Opens Up About Battle with Lupus and Feeling ‘Guilty’ About Her Fame
Selena Gomez is looking at her battle with lupus and resulting kidney transplant as a “beautiful thing.”

In part two of her interview on Today with friend and kidney donor Francia Raisa, the 25-year-old singer said she doesn’t want anyone to feel bad for her.

“I don’t want people to think it’s a sad thing that I went through this with Francia or with anything in my life,” she told Savannah Guthrie. “Because at the end of the day, I think all the stuff that I went to made me and defined everything that I am right now.
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Selena Gomez Is All Smiles Hanging with Her Fans After Split from The Weeknd

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Selena Gomez Is All Smiles Hanging with Her Fans After Split from The Weeknd
Selena Gomez was seen enjoying herself with fans following news of her split from The Weeknd.

The singer, 25, was all smiles during a neighborhood bike ride with a friend while blasting her new song “Wolves” in the background as seen on her Instagram Story on Monday.

Gomez can be seen pedaling past young fans at a local school’s basketball court as many run after her to get a chance to say hello. Eventually, the pop star took time to meet and greet students as she posed for selfies.

That same day, multiple sources confirmed to People exclusively that Gomez
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Selena Gomez's Bff Francia Raisa Reveals Why She Decided to Give Her a Kidney: 'There's No Guarantee I'll Wake Up'

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Selena Gomez's Bff Francia Raisa Reveals Why She Decided to Give Her a Kidney: 'There's No Guarantee I'll Wake Up'
Watch: “I didn’t want to ask a single person in my life.” @selenagomez & @therealfrancia speak out on kidney donation process pic.twitter.com/tj1Ri1dED8

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Selena Gomez and Francia Raisa are ready to talk — together.

The “Wolves” singer, 25, shocked fans in September by announcing that, due to lupus complications, she’d received a kidney transplant from her best friend Raisa over the summer. The two pals sat down with Today for a joint interview about the surgery, recovery and the months since.

“My kidneys were just done,” Gomez told Savannah Guthrie.
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Mom of Newborn Who Died of Meningitis Possibly Caused by Kiss Speaks Out: ‘Be Protective Over Your Baby’

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The mother of Mariana Sifrit, the infant who died at just 18 days old after she developed a deadly virus that may have been contracted from a simple kiss, is speaking out about the tragic death as her daughter is laid to rest in a funeral Monday.

Nicole and Shane Sifrit were celebrating their wedding on July 7 when they noticed their week-old daughter, Mariana, had become so lethargic she couldn’t summon the strength to eat. They rushed from the reception to Blank Children’s Hospital in Des Moines, Iowa, where doctors notified them that Mariana had contracted herpes simplex virus
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Former Mlb Player Keith Lockhart's Teen Son on Life Support After Being Hit by a Baseball

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Former Mlb Player Keith Lockhart's Teen Son on Life Support After Being Hit by a Baseball
Former Atlanta Braves player Keith Lockhart’s teenage son is battling for his life after being hit in the face with a baseball during a tournament game last week, multiple outlets report.

Lockhart’s son, 15-year-old Jason Lockhart, was playing in a South Carolina baseball tournament on June 17 when he was hit by a ball as he crossed home plate, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The catcher was throwing the ball to the pitcher when it broke Jason’s nose.

Initially, Jason was treated with stitches, but during a doctor’s appointment two days later his fractured nose began to bleed uncontrollably,
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Newswire: R.I.P. Richard Schickel, longtime film critic for Time

  • The AV Club
Richard Schickel, the prolific critic best known for his 38-year tenure as a film reviewer at Time magazine, died on Saturday. In addition to authoring more than three dozen books and biographies about directors, stars, and musicians, Schickel directed countless documentaries for TV. He was 84.

Raised in the Milwaukee suburb of Wauwatosa, Schickel attended the University Of Wisconsin–Madison on a journalism scholarship before moving to Los Angeles in his early 20s. In 1964, he was the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, and the next year began writing reviews for the weekly magazine Life. After Life folded in 1972, Schickel moved to Time, where he remained until 2010. His long career as a weekly film reviewer ended with a brief stint with the website Truthdig.

Despite his longtime association with one of this county’s most famous magazines, Schickel was arguably better known for the work he did outside ...
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Ghostbusters and Dark Shadows Actress Alice Drummond Has Passed Away

  • DailyDead
Some sad news is making the rounds today, as multiple sources report that actress Alice Drummond has passed away at the age of 88.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, actress June Gable said that her friend Drummond's death is due to health issues brought about by a fall she endured around two months ago.

Drummond will forever hold a place in horror fans' hearts for her scene-stealing performance as the librarian in Ghostbusters (1984).

A Tony-nominated stage actress, Drummond appeared as Nurse Jackson on the Dark Shadows TV series in 1967 and also played Carolyn in the hitman versus feline "Cat From Hell" segment of Tales from the Darkside: The Movie.

Viewers may also remember Drummond as Lucy in Awakenings, Carlotta Douglas in Office Killer, Grandma Dottie in Pieces of April, Sister Veronica in the Doubt film adaptation, and Mrs. Hutton in After.Life, among many other roles.

Our thoughts go out to Drummond's
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Tchami Drops Rowdy New Single “Siaw”

Following up with the After Life Ep released at the end of last year, French producer Tchami is back with a rowdy new single. The future house mainstay’s latest effort is titled “Siaw,” and is named after the late nineties rap song “Step Into A World” by Krs-One, which is sampled throughout.

“Siaw” sees Tchami blending his usual future house style with rattling bass house riffs. The new track opens with a steady four on the floor lead in, as muted bass tones are gradually layered in. Tchami then breaks things down, cutting out the drums as haunting female vocal samples courtesy of the song’s namesake fill the mix alongside dark atmospheric sounds. “Siaw” then explodes into electrifying drops, with rhythmic, distorted basslines punctuated by shuffling hi-hats and hard hitting kicks.

All in all, “Siaw” is an awesome dancefloor cut that expands the scope of Tchami‘s production prowess.
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Tracy Morgan Reveals Masturbation’s Role in His Recovery (Audio)

  • The Wrap
Tracy Morgan Reveals Masturbation’s Role in His Recovery (Audio)
Sounds like Tracy Morgan took his recovery into his own hands after suffering a horrific car crash. The former “Saturday Night Live” funnyman appeared on “The Howard Stern Show” on Tuesday to discuss the traffic collision in June 2014 that left him seriously injured and took the life of his friend and fellow comedian James McNair. Naturally, Stern got to the nitty-gritty of Morgan’s post-crash regimen. Also Read: Tracy Morgan Reveals Encounter With His Dead Father After Life-Threatening Crash (Video) “Tracy, everyone wants to know, when did you jerk off for the first time ?” the shock jock asked. “That was going on in.
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‘Our Little Sister’ Review: Japanese Comics Adaptation Awash in Family Secrets and Giggles

  • The Wrap
‘Our Little Sister’ Review: Japanese Comics Adaptation Awash in Family Secrets and Giggles
In “Our Little Sister,” the Japanese siblings referenced in the title attend three funerals. They share meals frequently and giggle constantly. The four sisters always say “please” and “thank you” and talk about kindness. They garden, give each other pedicures and borrow one another’s clothes. As graphic novel estrogen-fests go, it’s a tale that rivals the complete output of Alison Bechdel. Also Read: Gkids Picks Up North American Rights to Feminist Animated Film 'Miss Hokusai' Acclaimed director Koreeda Hirokazu (“After Life,” “Still Walking”) took Yoshida Akimi’s manga about three grown sisters who meet their half-sister
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Gregg Allman’s Tour Bus Crashes in West Virginia

  • The Wrap
Gregg Allman’s Tour Bus Crashes in West Virginia
Gregg Allman’s tour bus crashed early Wednesday morning in Jackson County, West Virginia, TheWrap has learned. According to local news stations, the bus was carrying 10 people and driving south when the person behind the wheel started to choke. The health scare caused the driver to drift into the northbound lane and then off the road. Allman’s reps told TheWrap that Allman, formerly of the Allman Brothers, was not injured, but three others were taken to the hospital with minor injuries and released shortly after. See Video: Tracy Morgan Reveals Encounter With His Dead Father After Life-Threatening Crash
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Tchami Drops Five Track After Life Ep

Tchami dropped his five track After Life Ep today, delivering twenty two minutes worth of future house genius, led by the previously released single featuring Stacy Barthe that serves as the collection’s namesake.

Tchami teams up with Dombresky on “Freakin”, an upbeat house number that features catchy, percussive synth riffs, deep house piano stabs, mutated vocal samples, and bouncy, futuristic bass. Things get a bit more serious on “Missing You” featuring AC Slater, dominated by driving club beats, dark deep house vibes, soulful vocals, and ominous drops dominated by elastic bass work. “Superlativ” continues the trends of the two previously mentioned tracks, featuring four on the floor kicks, shuffling hi-hats, and deep, low end wobbles that will get fans moving on the dance floor. The future house godfather rounds out the Ep with closing track “Alone” featuring Chuck Ellis, bringing the pace down for a light ending to the collection.
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Diplo Drops Two Hour Mix Of Miami Bass

For the latest episode of his long running Diplo and Friends radio show, Wesley Pentz, better known by his DJ name Diplo, dropped a special two hour mix filled with an emphasis on Miami bass music. Known for his diverse tastes and eclectic range of influences, the world famous musical curator brought his A game for the latest edition of his show for BBC Radio 1 Xtra.

Diplo opens the episode with legendary German electronic group Kraftwerk’s “It’s More Fun To Compute,” before mixing in a variety of Miami’s best, including tracks from 2 Live Crew, Salt N’ Peppa, Sir Mix-a-Lot andDestiny’s Child, while making sure to include Tag Team’s classic hit “Whoomp! (There it is).”

While the mix features heavy on iconic Hip Hop tracks, Diplo doesn’t fail to include tracks from his contemporaries, working in Tchami’s “After Life,” the GTA remix of his own “6th Gear” with Alvaro,
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Watch After Life: Rot Box Detectives for Free on FilmOn

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Watch After Life: Rot Box Detectives for Free on FilmOn
Are your children fascinated about the world around them? Help them learn more about science with “After Life: Rot Box Detectives.” This television show from BBC Four gives children a close-up look at how bacteria shapes our lives, including how bacteria functions in our environment and inside our bodies. Here’s more about the program: A special spin-off programme of the BBC Four programme After Life for learners aged 7 – 11 years. A team of young science detectives investigate rot and decay through a series of experiments and activities, assisted by Dr George McGavin. The team find out not just about the bacteria all around us, but the bacteria on [ Read More ]

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Audiard, Kore-Eda, Van Sant Among Strong Cannes 2015 Official Lineup

The Cannes Film Festival announced their official lineup today with all the pomp and circumstance fitting the French fest. Our own Ben Croll was there and will have a full report along with many more details on the films picked. For now we've got a quick rundown on the films in the main competition, Un Certain Regard, and those official films playing out of competition. Notable names in the competition (who are we kidding, if you're in competition you are a notable name) include Jacques Audiard's (A Prophet) Dheepan, Todd Haynes's (I'm Not There) Carol, Hou Hsiao Sien's (Millenium Mambo) The Assassin, Denis Villeneuve's (The Prisoner) Sicaro, Gus Van Sant's (Elephant) The Sea of Trees, Joachim Trier's (Reprise) Louder than Bombs, Kore-eda Hirokazu's (After Life)...

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Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Vol. 1 After Life [Trailer]

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Christian Cawley is a writer at Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews - All the latest Doctor Who news and reviews with our weekly podKast, features and interviews, and a long-running forum.

Volume 1 of the Eleventh Doctor’s adventures from Titan Comics is now available to buy as a collection, and the trailer above gives you a flavour of just what you can expect… Alice Obiefune was at her lowest ebb when the Eleventh Doctor burst into her life – she’d lost her mother, her job and her...

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‘Doctor Who: 11th Doctor Vol. 1 – After Life’ Review

Written by Al Ewing, Rob Williams | Art by Simon Fraser, Boo Cook | Colorists: Gary Caldwell, Hi-Fi | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Hc, 128pp

With a force of personality capable of bending time itself and all the energy of a star’s exploding heart, the Doctor blasts into the hollow, tragic life of a woman with so much to offer – and gives her the chance to scream ‘Geronimo!’ at the thrills, colours and terrors of an infinite universe! It all starts with an alien dog terrorising London and from there they blast off into the stars with all new adventures from the Eleventh Doctor and his new companion.

So here’s my review of the Eleventh Doctor Volume 1. Reviews are cool. At least, that’s what I like to tell myself in the mirror each morning. Doing reviews for Doctor Who comics is also very cool, especially when it is a
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Titan solicits Doctor Who comic collections for the 10th and 11th Doctors

Titan Comics has shared exclusive solicitations for its Doctor Who comic collections.

The publisher will be releasing comic book store exclusive editions of the graphic novels ahead of their general bookstore releases.

Writer Nick Abadzis and artist Elena Casagrande have collaborated on Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor Vol 1 - Revolutions of Terror, collecting the first five issues of the series.

"The Tenth Doctor thought he was done with new companions after Donna's tragic exit - but that was before he met Gabriella 'Gabby' Gonzalez during an incursion of psychic parasites in Brooklyn, New York," said Titan.

"Stuck running her father's Laundromat, Gabby always dreamed of horizons beyond Sunset Park - whether that was going to college, making it as an artist, or just escaping her life for a while.

"Now she's travelling the cosmos as the Doctor's latest companion - and life couldn't be more exciting.

"Battling invisible creatures
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Dreaming Big! The Golden Globe Winners Who Inspire Us

Dreaming Big! The Golden Globe Winners Who Inspire Us
Yes, the Golden Globe Awards are one big party, but it's much more than just cocktails and socializing. Et is looking at what comes with beating the odds to become an award winner as we celebrate the stars who dared to dream big.

News: Golden Globes Complete Winners List

Gina Rodriguez: The 30-year-old Jane the Virgin star won her first Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical on Sunday. She gave a shoutout to her dad during her acceptance speech, which brought many to tears. "My father used to tell me, 'Today's going to be a great day. I can and I will.' Well, Dad, today's a great day. I can and I did," she said. Backstage, the actress told Et's Nancy O'Dell that she was sharing the moment with the people that believed in her and all those girls out there who are striving after their
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Who is Seb? Doctor Who Missy mystery thickens with Chris Addison cameo

The surprise cameo from Chris Addison at the end of tonight's episode of Doctor Who has added further mystery to the secrecy around the character of Missy.

Addison, who wasn't expected to appear in the show until the series finale, popped up in the last five minutes of 'The Caretaker', playing a secretary for the mysterious Missy (Michelle Gomez).

Speaking to a policeman, who had been 'killed' earlier in the episode, Seb explained to the officer that he was now in "the Promised Land, the After Life.. I'm partial to The Nethersphere".

When the officer said that he didn't understand how he survived, Seb replied: "I was coming to that. I'm afraid you really, rather didn't."

9 fan theories on Doctor Who's new big mystery: Who is Missy?

Missy walked past Seb and the officer, but Seb informed the policeman: "Sorry, she's a bit busy today."

Gomez's character, who has
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