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In April of 2018, a 23-year-old university student in Shanghai whose last name is Xu found a loophole in KFC’s online ordering system. He discovered that he could pay for food using coupons in a KFC app, then he could get a refund of the very same coupons immediately if he used a different app. In other words, free food! At one of the most popular restaurants in China! But then he flew too close to the fried chicken sun, and things ended very poorly. Vice has the story.
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Dorinda Medley has an affection for vintage things — and we're not just talking about her beloved Blue Stone Manor, which dates back to 1902. The Real Housewives of New York City alum also enjoys reliving the 1980s, whether it's by doing aerobics in fingerless gloves or revisiting some of her incredible beauty looks from the totally tubular decade. In a recent Twitter post, the New York mom shared a look at a girl's night from long ago. Posing with a long-lost pal in a strapless black dress, Dorinda was rocking red lipstick, long earrings, and the quintessential '80s perm. The perm was quite different from the sleek, Princess Diana-inspired coif Dorinda would wear later, but it suited the moment to a T. "This is 1988!" she wrote in her caption. "Ready to meet a man out in NYC." She added hashtags that winked at her glorious, reddish curls. They spelled out "home perm" and "it's a look." It is indeed. This is 1988!Ready to meet a man on a night out in NYCWonder where Susan is now🤔#homeperm #girlsnight #itsalook #🤣 pic.twitter.com/cvZdEJcJLf— Dorinda Medley (@DorindaMedley) May 14, 2021 Want more The Real Housewives of New York City? Catch up through the Bravo app.
What the talk show host said in Thursday's exit interviews only prolonged the controversy around her, raising the question: What will she do next?
What looks like a wholesome family photo of Alex Rodriguez and his daughters, Natasha, 16, and Ella, 13, sitting down to enjoy dinner might also be a very calculated dig at his ex, Jennifer Lopez. The former Yankee player is not taking this breakup very well, especially with the news that the “Jenny from the […]
Former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was one of, if not the most, defining fashion trendsetters of the 1960s. Full stop.
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Karen Huger is showing off her strong fashion game. The Real Housewives of Potomac cast member recently stunned while rocking a curve-hugging black dress, taking to Instagram to capture the glamorous look. On May 12, Karen shared a peek at her latest head-turning outfit on Instagram. As captured in the snapshot below, the Potomac mom was dressed to the nines, looking radiant in a black satin off-the-shoulder gown. The chic dress featured a plunging neckline and a ruched wrap top with voluminous sleeves. Karen topped off her sultry ensemble with a chunky gold necklace to accent the low-cut neckline. To complete the sexy look, she styled her blonde hair into tousled curls and also rocked some gorgeous glam, including a dark smoky eye and long lashes. “Hi there.....Happy Wednesday!” Karen wrote in the caption of the photo. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Karen Huger (@officialkarenhuger) We’re not the only ones who took note of Karen’s glitzy outfit. Married to Medicine’s Contessa Metcalfe took to the comments to give her stamp of approval. “Gorgeous,” she wrote in response to the photo. Want more The Real Housewives of Potomac? Catch up on the latest season through the Bravo app.
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Want your baby’s name to be original? Double baby names are the way to go. It’s actually a Southern tradition to choose two monikers for your newborn, and it’s totally trending. Here, 14 adorable combos that we...
The 2021 Miss Universe National Costume Show took place on Thursday. The most daring costumes had see-through fabric and dramatic headpieces.
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Raise your (bandaged) hand if you’ve been personally victimized by a mandoline? Yes, you. I see you. You, too? Wow, a lot of us. More than knives, mandolines are the kitchen tool that truly strikes fear in most home cooks. But we have great news for the Screw Mandolines Club: We found a safe mandoline […]
The opening moments of Netflix’s new superhero drama series Jupiter’s Legacy -- which was among the most-watched TV shows this past week on all the major streaming platforms -- present a pastoral scene of idyllic charm. The camera swoops in high and languidly, eventually settling on a group of kids playing a game of chase. “I got you!” “I’m more powerful than you!” “Ha, you missed!” “No. I. Didn’t!” And then the big reveal, the cute youngster we see insisting in vain that she won at the game they were playing proceeds to let out a piercing, supersonic scream, which knocks both boys flat on their back. Oh hello, it’s a young superhero. I didn’t see you there. Now her eyes are blazing red, and -- wait, what’s this? We then see two large red Superman-style boots land on the ground with a thud. The camera pans up, past the flowing red cape to reveal … now it makes sense. The father superhero. And pretty quickly, all is revealed. Yes, go and groan if you want, this is the umpteenth superhero story you’ve seen on Netflix, or in cinemas for that matter, but Jupiter’s Legacy also attempts something a little different. This is not some cheap, superficial attempt by Netflix to launch a superhero universe of its own, a la Marvel. Not that there's anything wrong with that, it's just that this adaptation of the comic book series written by Mark Millar and drawn by Frank Quitely (both of whom are listed as executive producers of the series) is also about the family dynamics inherent in a first generation of superheroes aging out of their roles and needing to look to their children to continue their legacy. The official description from Netflix about this 8-episode series that debuted on May 7 continues: "But tensions rise as the young superheroes, hungry to prove their worth, struggle to live up to their parents' legendary public reputations -- and exacting personal standards. Based on the graphic novels by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely, Jupiter's Legacy is an epic superhero drama that spans decades and navigates the complex dynamics of family, power, and loyalty." https://twitter.com/JupiterLegacy/status/1385645610435555335 Based on the latest data from the streaming search engine service Reelgood, which each week shares with BGR a snapshot of what its millions of users are streaming across all the major services at any given point in time, Jupiter's Legacy was the most-watched show across all the major platforms, between May 5-11. However, as is often the case with high-profile new streaming launches, reaction to this new Netflix title has been, well, pretty divided. Consider this sampling from social media: https://twitter.com/DevelopedMindz/status/1391991982323429376?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1391991982323429376%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.buzzfeed.com%2Fmichelelbird%2Fjupiters-legacy-funny-reactions https://twitter.com/TheJrodBlog/status/1390842707577217027?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1390842707577217027%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.buzzfeed.com%2Fmichelelbird%2Fjupiters-legacy-funny-reactions https://twitter.com/CianRing/status/1391393115139985410 https://twitter.com/riteshwriter/status/1391051867921149954?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1391051867921149954%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.buzzfeed.com%2Fmichelelbird%2Fjupiters-legacy-funny-reactions And as a further indication of the somewhat split reaction to the series, check out the wide disparity in scores that the show has garnered on the review aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes. For the average audience score, the show is sitting at 74% as of the time of this writing. Not too shabby. However, the average critics score? An extremely dismal 38%. I say it's worth giving a try anyway, though, if you're in need of some new streaming content to check out, on the strength of this comment alone that Millar gave to The Guardian. Jupiter’s Legacy, in his mind, tackles this big question: "Is it ethically correct, if you have the power to save the world, to stand back and do nothing?” Meantime, if you want some additional suggestions beyond that to add to your streaming watch list, below, you'll find the full Top 10 list for this week, which is comprised of the most-watched shows right now across all the major streaming services, including Disney+, HBO, and Apple TV+, among others (courtesy of Reelgood). Jupiter’s Legacy The Bad Batch Mare of Easttown Shadow and Bone The Innocent Saturday Night Live The Mosquito Coast Mythic Quest The Handmaid’s Tale The Sons of Sam: A Descent into Darkness
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Game of Thrones met Life of Brian in Sky Atlantic’s new historical blockbuster Domina. There was also a smattering of anachronistic girl power as the first of eight episodes introduced plucky heroine Livia Drusilla (Nadia Parkes). Kicking off with a vignette in which she smashed an assailant’s head in with a rock, it was established that Livia was no maiden in distress but a woman in control of her own destiny. The real Livia was – pauses to look up Wikipedia – third wife of Emperor Augustus, mother of Emperor Tiberius and grandmother of Caligula. But Domina re-purposed her as the original plucky girl-warrior: think Arya Stark from Game of Thrones crossed with Daisy Ridley in Star Wars. This being ancient Rome, toga-fuelled intrigue was mandatory. And so we flashed back to Livia’s adolescence. To seal a crucial alliance, her father, Livius – Game of Thrones’s Liam Cunningham – was marrying off his 15-year-old daughter to obnoxious fuddy duddy Tiberius Nero (Enzo Cilenti) But despite trying to get ahead of the game by trading in his only child, Livius’s power base was revealed to be built on shifting sands. His big fumble was allying with Brutus – yes, Julius Caesar’s former bestie. The tide turned against the conspirators, sweeping Livius away with it and forcing Livia and Nero into exile. Sex and violence were served up by the platterful, which is where it all went rather Game of Romes. In proper Westeros fashion, everyone staggered around streaked in fashionable layers of grit and grime – a missed opportunity seeing as Domina was filmed on location in the hinterland of modern Rome. An occasional acknowledgment of the gorgeous scenery might not have gone amiss.