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'Teen Mom Og' Star Amber Portwood Is in the Early Stages of Labor!

It's happening, Teen Mom Og fans — Amber Portwood is in the early stages of labor! Amber, who's already mom to 9-year-old Leah with her ex Gary Shirley, is currently expecting a baby boy with her 34-year-old boyfriend Andrew Glennon and took to Twitter to let fans know that they could welcome their son earlier than they expected. "Another nocturnal night with my uncomfortable preggy belly but it's all worth it!" the 27-year-old reality star tweeted out to her fans on Sunday, May 6. "I'm [three centimeters] dilated and home waiting for labor! Wonder if I'll make it to my due date? Wish me luck loves! Goodnight." Another nocturnal night with my uncomfortable preggy belly but it's all worth it! I'm 3 cm dilated and home waiting for labor! Wonder if I'll make it to my due date? Wish me luck loves! Goodnight
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Brandi Glanville Gave Omarosa a Fake Phone Number After 'Celebrity Big Brother' (Exclusive)

These two are far from friends! In an exclusive interview with Life & Style, Brandi Glanville reminisced about her Celebrity Big Brother days — and it turns out there's one co-star she didn't exactly hit it off with. For the inaugural state-side season, the star-studded CBS cast also included the likes of Ross Mathews, Omarosa Manigault, and James Maslow — and the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star did not hold back when asked who she planned on keeping in her life. "I won't be friends with Omarosa at all. With James, I think it's just hard to live with someone, like 24/7 you're with people you would never live with. I'm sure we'll be friends outside of it. We exchanged numbers. If I see him I'll be happy to see him. Omarosa is the one number I didn't ask for. I gave her a fake number. I don't need that in my life,
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The New York Indian Film Festival announces full lineup for the 16th Annual Film Festival

The New York Indian Film Festival (Nyiff) announced the full lineup last night for their 16th year of celebrating independent, art house, alternate, and diaspora films from/about/connected to the Indian subcontinent (May 7 – May 14). Dedicated to bringing these films to a New York audience, the festival will feature 40 screenings (35 narrative, 5 documentary) –all seen for the first time in New York City. In addition, the festival will also feature five programs of short films.

The festival highlights various cinemas of India’s different regions. All the films are subtitled in English and some of the languages this year include Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Telegu, Assamese, Haryanavi and Urdu. This year’s festival will feature a couple of sidebars –Nfdc restored first films of filmmakers and a three-generations sidebar, films of Bimal Roy, Basu Bhattacharya and Aditya Bhattacharya.

The festival’s film lineup includes 2016 National Award winners A Far Afternoon,
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The Musketeers: series 3 to be its last




The BBC won't make any more series of The Musketeers after the third and final ten-episode run, it's been confirmed...

Following creator and showrunner Adrian Hodges' candidly worded departure ("I was totally knackered") from The Musketeers after series two, it's been confirmed that Porthos, Aramis, Athos and D'Artagnan will be hanging up their swords following the third run.

Ten new episodes of the BBC One action and adventure series, due to return to screens shortly, will bring the story to a conclusion. Executive Producer Jessica Pope promises that series three "will delight its fans and pay off everything they have come to love about the show." No chance of a shock-cancellation cliff-hanger there then, at least.

Digital Spy has some goodbye messages from castmembers Luke Pasqualino, Howard Charles, Tom Burke and Santiago Cabrera, all of whom express their thanks to fans and appreciation at having been part of the show.
See full article at Den of Geek »

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