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The X Factor: All the best tweets from the first live Judges' Houses

It was an unexpected X Factor this evening for the first Judges' Houses. The results were announced live, with Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Simon Cowell naming the three acts they'd be taking to the Live shows from the Groups and the Overs.

Nick Grimshaw and Rita Ora have yet to make their decisions, but tonight had plenty of talking points, particularly from Simon's camp. Digital Spy was watching along and had a look at what the general public were thinking. Here is a round-up of the best tweets:

Bupsi got nasty for the 10 millionth time:

If Louis Walsh was still a judge, he'd by telling Bupsi that she reminds him of a young Sinitta. #XFactor

— Alice Smart (@Alice_Smart) October 24, 2015

bupsi sounds like a dodgy bank insurance company #XFactor

— £transfinancal£ (@behlul_official) October 24, 2015

Bupsi done a whoopsie pic.twitter.com/FQ1alvjMZi

— Browski (@Browski_uk) October 24, 2015

Sinitta needs to get out
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Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer sends Twitter into meltdown - see the best fan reactions

Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer sends Twitter into meltdown - see the best fan reactions
A mind-blowing Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer landed early this morning (October 20), and the return of Han Solo and Princess Leia quickly sent Twitter into meltdown.

Emotions ran high after the clip arrived, with many fans - famous or otherwise - tearing up at the first full length clip.

Digital Spy rounds up some of the best reactions below (and don't be surprised if all that excitement brings out the odd bit of strong language...):

What? Who gets emotional over a movie trailer? (sniff) #TheForceAwakens

Clark Gregg (@clarkgregg) October 20, 2015

#TheForceAwakens pic.twitter.com/Ezcp27cuvR

Arrested Development (@bluthquotes) October 20, 2015

*watches Star Wars trailer* pic.twitter.com/qy5MSp2QDa

— Darth Vader (@DepressedDarth) October 20, 2015

The PR team behind the new #StarWars should run this entire country.

Rob Lowe (@RobLowe) October 20, 2015

The number of times I've watched the Star Wars trailers is what most people would call "unhealthy". I
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Sam Smith unveils Spectre theme ‘Writing’s On The Wall’ to mixed online reaction

British soul singer Sam Smith has unveiled his official theme song for the new James Bond movie Spectre, which is entitled ‘Writing On The Wall’. You can hear the song on Spotify.

The song mixes Smith’s baritone and falsetto and has a title that likely refers to an image from the Spectre trailer in which Bond’s name is ominously spray painted on a cenotaph.

Smith tweeted that he had been “dreaming of this moment for a long long time” after unveiling the track on the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw.

Former Bond Roger Moore praised the song, calling it “haunting and wonderfully orchestrated”, whilst comedian Omid Djalili said the song had left him “in a broken heap”.

Not everyone was so positive about ‘Writing’s On The Wall’, with comic David Schneider referring to the song as “James Bland” and composer Nick Harvey dubbing it “all
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Queering the 2013 Oscars

Tags: OscarsAcademy AwardsJessica ChastainKerry WashingtonLes MiserablesArgoClea DuvallAnne HathawayIMDb

This year's Oscar nominees are pretty straight, especially compared to the last few years where we had a strong showing with The Kids Are Alright, Pariah and Albert Nobbs. Fear not — we've got a way to keep it gay when you watch the ceremony this Sunday, at least as far as the women go.

Jessica Chastain

Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images

Nominated for: Best Actress, Zero Dark Thirty

Queer Quotient: Before she was the hottest new actress in Hollywood, Jessica starred in the indie Jolene where she has a lesbian relationship with Frances Fisher. She also posed for a sensual photo with Kat Dennings in W magazine once.

Jennifer Lawrence

Photo by Mike Marsland/Getty Images

Nominated for: Best Actress, Silver Linings Playbook

Queer Quotient: JLaw once told The New York Times her mom thought she was gay because she loved painting portraits of naked women.
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Afternoon Delight: Michelle Rodriguez goes "Turbo," Lindsay Lohan gets scary

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Good afternoon everyone!

Lady Gaga celebrated Christmas in a very festive way.

I'm listening to @mariahcarey 's christmas album dancing in my room with my weed xmas sweater. all i need now is my box wine #bestdayever

Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) December 25, 2012

Ellen DeGeneres and her wife Portia celebrated the holidays by still being in love.

Lindsay Lohan is featured in the trailer for Scary Movie 5. Will you be seeing this film?

Rosie O’Donnell smooched her wife, Michelle Rounds, and shared it with her Twitter followers. Wait, am I in their threesome?

The Tonight Show’s Jay Leno and a gay male couple celebrated Christmas by throwing snowballs at a Chick-Fil-a. Fast forward to the 3:50 mark to witness the ball chucking.

Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton discussed marriage equality with Pastor Rick Warren on NBC’s Rock Center.

Michelle Rodriguez
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Emma Watson, 'Perks' Co-Stars Do 'New Class' Boogie In Exclusive First Look

'I was waiting for this story, for this script, for this moment, for these people to do it with me,' Watson says of 'The Perks of Being a Wallflower.'

By Eric Ditzian, with reporting by Josh Horowitz

Emma Watson

Photo: Nick Harvey/ WireImage

The post-"Harry Potter" education of Emma Watson began, in a way, at Brown University. Searching for her first film after completing the boy-wizard franchise, the Ivy League actress found some unlikely career advisors in the form of her fellow college students, who told her that she simply had to sign up for "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," an adaptation of Stephen Chbosky's seminal novel.

"Honestly, I had never read the book before, but a lot of my friends at Brown were hugely into it, and when I told them I had this script, they were crazy excited," Watson told MTV News.
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Emma Watson, 'Perks' Co-Stars Do 'New Class' Boogie In Exclusive First Look

'I was waiting for this story, for this script, for this moment, for these people to do it with me,' Watson says of 'The Perks of Being a Wallflower.'

By Eric Ditzian, with reporting by Josh Horowitz

Emma Watson

Photo: Nick Harvey/ WireImage

The post-"Harry Potter" education of Emma Watson began, in a way, at Brown University. Searching for her first film after completing the boy-wizard franchise, the Ivy League actress found some unlikely career advisors in the form of her fellow college students, who told her that she simply had to sign up for "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," an adaptation of Stephen Chbosky's seminal novel.

"Honestly, I had never read the book before, but a lot of my friends at Brown were hugely into it, and when I told them I had this script, they were crazy excited," Watson told MTV News.
See full article at MTV Music News »

2011 Flex Fest: Official Lineup

It’s four days of experimental media madness in the Sunshine State when the 7th annual Florida Experimental Film/Video Festival — also known as Flex Fest — runs in Gainesville on Feb. 17-20. The majority of the festival will take place at the Top Secret Space, with the exception of a Saturday afternoon screening of all 35mm films at the Hippodrome State Theater.

This year’s judges for the festival are film preservationist Mark Toscano and filmmaker Vanessa Renwick, both of whom will open the fest with two curated programs. First, Toscano will be screening several rare underground films from the late ’50s to the early ’70s, from filmmakers such as Fred Worden, David Bienstock, Chris Langdon and more. Then, Renwick will screen several of her own short documentaries, including the wonderfully eerie Britton, South Dakota and the touching 9 is a secret. These are two events that really are not to be missed.
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Stella McCartney Expecting Fourth Child

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The McCartney family continues to grow!

Stella McCartney and husband Alasdhair Willis are expecting a fourth child in late fall, a rep for the fashion designer confirms to Women’s Wear Daily.

The couple, who wed in 2003, are already parents to son Miller Alasdhair James, 5, daughter Bailey Linda Olwyn, 3½, and son Beckett Robert Lee, 2½.

McCartney, 38, is a celebrity baby herself — dad is Beatles legend Paul McCartney.
See full article at People - CelebrityBabies »

Stella McCartney Previews New GapKids Collection

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The British designer — and mum of three — is back with new fashions for GapKids.

Stella McCartney gave guests like supermodel and friend Kate Moss and sister Mary McCartney a sneak peek off her new spring line at Porchester Hall in London, England on Tuesday.

Both chic and cute, it’s full of bright colored jackets and sweaters, western-style shirts, floral dresses, graphic tees and fun sneakers.

And like her first collection, we’re loving it all.
See full article at People - CelebrityBabies »

Snowman in London

Michael Roberts. Photographs courtesy of Nick Harvey. 'Twas right before Thanksgiving when Vanity Fair fashion and style director Michael Roberts kicked off his Snowman in Africa world book tour with a signing party at the Gucci store on Fifth Avenue, in New York City. The illustrated children's book is a follow up to Roberts's Snowman in Paradise (Chronicle Books, 2004), and 100 percent of the proceeds from the book, available exclusively at Gucci stores, benefit Unicef. Gucci also comissioned Snowman in Africa accessories for the holiday season, including medium-sized Joy handbags and small leather goods. Last night, the snowman hopped the pond and landed at the Gucci store on Sloane Street, in London, where Roberts held court alongside a crew of London-based V.F.ers (AA Gill, Elizabeth Saltzman Walker, and Kate Reardon among them), along with Gucci-clad social fixtures, including Poppy Delevigne, Daisy de Villeneuve, and Caroline Seiber. Next stop on the snowman's social calendar?
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Interview with David Furnish

David Furnish, DVD cover for the director's cut of Tantrums and Tiaras

Just over fifteen years ago, David Furnish attended a dinner where he met pop superstar Elton John, an evening that would forever alter Furnish’s life. Two years after that fateful evening, Furnish had quit his job at a prestigious London advertising agency, moved in with John, and, as he famously documented in Tantrums and Tiaras (his first foray into filmmaking) joined John on his 1995 world tour.

This week, a director’s cut of Tantrums and Tiaras is being released, the first time the film has been available in any home format in the U.S. Furnish recently took time to talk with AfterElton.com about why he made the movie, how it changed his relationship with John, and what it’s like to be one half of the highest profile same-sex couples in the world. He also
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