There are a lot of things a person's zodiac sign says about them (and though many people don't buy into astrology, the traits that go with each sign are usually oddly accurate). For example, Pisces tend to be creative, Virgos tend to be perfectionists, and apparently Capricorns tend to be cheaters - yes, you read that right. According to data from marriage dating site Ashley Madison, "Capricorns are the most likely sign to cheat, and comprise the majority of Ashley Madison users among tens of millions." Although Capricorns (those born between December 21 and January 19) are said to be responsible, disciplined, and wealthy in the self-control department, it's also interesting to note that Capricorns
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LeBron James threw perhaps the pass of the year, and Dwyane Wade's reaction showed the insanity of it
LeBron James threw a behind-the-back-pass that went through a defender's legs to get to Dwyane Wade. The pass was so impressive that even Wade seemed in disbelief when he caught it. The Cleveland Cavaliers earned a hard-fought 104-103 win over the Orlando Magic on Thursday, ending a four-game losing streak. And though LeBron James had a relatively quiet game, he did help deliver what could be the pass of the year in the first quarter, leading to an easy basket for Dwyane Wade. After the ball was deflected twice, James tracked it down near the Cavs' free throw line, and without looking, slapped the ball behind his back, sending it through Magic forward Aaron Gordon's legs, and right to Wade, who
Just ask Ja Rule and 50 Cent. The bad blood between Rule (birth name Jeffrey Atkins) and 50 Cent (aka Curtis Jackson) began after 50 Cent entered the mainstream rap game with his menacing 2002 single “Wanksta.” The track portrayed Rule in a way that was contrary to the hard-core, thug rapper of his albums and tracks. Apparently, 50 Cent’s opinions of Rule haven’t changed since then.
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A source tells ET that the former 'Dance Moms' star 'feels great' after dropping the weight.