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    Techies are ALL OVER the Drake tip today, with two pieces of 6 God software. The first, a curated Drake-centric search engine called "Let Me Drake That For You," streamlines your Google hunts so that the results are all about...

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    On the heels of its 40th anniversary, Saturday Night Live has a new documentary, Live From New York!, which will make its debut at the Tribeca Film Festival. Today we get the trailer's release, which is basically a supercut...

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    We're into A$AP Rocky for a lot of reasons. For one, he likes Harry Potter. He also, as some of us do, cries in the presence of pretty clothes. But, above all else, he keeps throwing up great tunes, like...

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    After a tumultuous year that has included the dismissal of founder and CEO Dov Charney for years of monstrous behavior, the recent cleaning house of staffers (including the dismissals of longtime creative directors Marsha Brady and Iris Alonzo), and...

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    By now, every bitch should know that Madonna is Madonna. Still, she stopped by the Tonight Show last night with Diplo to remind us all with an epic rendition of her Rebel Heart single "Bitch I'm Madonna." The performance began in her dressing room, spilling into a dance party in the halls backstage (featuring a cameo from her son, Rocco) with Queen Ciccone eventually taking the stage in a dry-humping frenzy, including an intimate moment with Jimmy Fallon's desk.There was a sock puppet involved, too. Respect.

    She also performed a charming rendition of "Holiday" on classroom instruments with the Roots and did amazing stand-up about dating younger men. Watch below. Madonna forever.



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    Ahead of the MTV Movie Awards this Sunday, host Amy Schumer stars in a hilarious promo clip about a bunch of women -- including Amber Rose -- trying to go incognito to movie screenings of Fifty Shades of Grey and Magic Mike XXL so they can masturbate in the theater. There's lots of jokes about shower heads, gourds, and a "rattlesnake" in Amber Rose's bag and it's refreshing to finally see comedians cracking dirty jokes about female masturbation on cable when dudes have been talking about jacking off for years. Equal opportunity gags about solo play for all!

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    Last season's Game of Thrones left both Tywin Lannister's bathroom and Westeros in shambles. Shit got chaotic. But like Littlefinger says, "Chaos isn't a pit. Chaos is a ladder." So the real question is, who's poised to climb to the top this season? Here's a non-comprehensive power ranking of the show's current main-players, from least to most powerful, along with vague predictions for season 5 from someone who's a) read the books but b) has no idea what the show is doing.

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    10. Theon Greyjoy/Reek: Any list with "power" in its title has to place Reek at the bottom. Think of it as a real-world extension of the psychological torture he's enduring! Reek has now assisted in slaughtering both his surrogate wolf family and his ironborn clan -- and in some perverse dimension, that could maybe be a power move. But since he can't use his own name or take baths, I'm gonna go with nah.
    Vague non-spoiley season 5 prediction: Reek gets an extension on his leash.


    116996-Tyrion-no-gif-Imgur-Game-of-Th-hPyM-1419771020.gif9. Tyrion Lannister: Tyrion closed out last season with some sick patricide moves, but now he's hiding inside a crate on a ship, presumably without access to his trust fund. Pretty sure his siblings won't be Western Unioning him anytime soon.
    Vague non-spoiley season 5 prediction: Cersei loses her shit.

     
    cd76dba9-a2e4-4cd0-9471-b62825091f8c.gif8. Daenerys Targaryen: Dany's queening over a former slave city, which is cool. But is all this putzing around Essos distracting her from getting vengeance? IDK. Seems like Daenerys is having a quarter-life crisis. Also, her key sources of power are either locked up in the catacombs, or flying around lowkey murdering children.
    Vague non-spoiley season 5 prediction: Sex, perfect for avoiding the real shit you need to get done.


    ef378e2513d14ed3b6efef5a77551264.gif7. Jon Snow: Jon just led the battle of his life only to have a bullish Baratheon show up and steal the glory/save him. Don't think for a minute that Stannis will let Jon have the power in this dynamic. Not that Jon would take it, anyway. Too modest (or biding his time until destiny comes to whisper "YOLO" in his ear).
    Vague non-spoiley season 5 prediction: Sexual tension with Melisandre, because that's kinda her thing.

    771127743410211906.gif6. Sansa Stark/Alayne: Sansa did not become a woman when she started her cycle, nor on her wedding day. She became a woman when she straight lied about her aunt's death, then dyed her hair and smirked it out like, "NBD, let's go on a road trip." The new Sansa has what it takes to play the Game of Thrones, and I hope she wins.
    Vague non-spoiley season 5 prediction: Endless comforting of her snot-nosed cousin.

    tumblr_m1v2moe5Uo1qca6mzo1_500.gif5. Stannis Baratheon: Stannis has all the ride or dies, he's got the most legitimate claim to the throne, and he has magic on his side. He also opted out of the War of the Five Kings, but definitely plans on dethroning his nephew. Intriguing! What's the plan? I hope he knows! Vague non-spoiley season 5 prediction: Stannis intends to enjoy the hospitality free labor at Castle Black for a hot sec.

    arya-valar-morghulis-gif_470x263.gif4. Arya Stark: Arya doesn't have real power -- yet. But she's got potential for power, and that's almost as important. Whatever she learns in Braavos will no doubt serve to destroy whoever's left on her hit list.
    Vague non-spoiley season 5 prediction: Arya doubles down on being a badass independent woman.

    game-of-thrones-cersei-eyeroll.gif 3. Cersei Lannister: The Queen Regent is powerful for now, but she's got like, negative 1,000 karma points so I wouldn't count on that lasting. Her dad's dead, her son's dead, her other son has a new lap to sit on, and her lover/brother just wants his damn hand back. It also seems the Evil Queen has finally met her Snow White in Margaery. Cersei should enjoy the fruits of her sham marriage and illegitimate children while she still can.
    Vague non-spoiley season 5 prediction: Cersei clings to the illusion of power, which is all she has left.

    anigif_enhanced-buzz-13092-1402997213-12.gif2. Petyr Baelish/Littlefinger: Littlefinger is on the come up. The Eyrie is practically his, and it finally has the potential to become more than an inactive pawn. Can you smell the raw potential? Petyr's ambition and cunning got him this far; he's not stopping now. It's no coincidence that the Eyrie towers over every other stronghold in Westeros.
    Vague non-spoiley season 5 prediction: More attempts at getting into Sansa's petticoats.

    marggerytyrell.gif1. Margaery Tyrell: She's been a sort-of-queen twice already, and it's time for her to cross the finish line with Tommen. Scheming Cersei's faux-approval of the relationship is nothing short of ominous; but she shouldn't underestimate the Little Queen. She's got the down-ass Lady Olenna on her side, and the wits to out-Cersei Cersei. Besides, didn't Snow White get the guy in the end?
    Vague non-spoiley season 5 prediction: Margaery continues to feast on Cersei's insecurities until there's nothing left but those frosty little fingers she likes to point at everyone.










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    Fresh from a stint in the holiday music game with Seth Bogart and SSION, Samantha Urbani is back with this synthy '80s-esque monster jam, "1 2 3 4." Her first solo single since she fronted the now-defunct New York band Friends, Urbani wrote and co-produced the song, which features piano and horns from her frequent collaborator and boyfriend Dev Hynes. This is the singing-in-the-mirror, Saturday-night-pre-game jam we've been waiting for and we're excited to hear more of what's to come from Urbani.

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    Jay Z sure loves him some Beyoncé! While the couple celebrates their 7th anniversary in Hawaii, Jay Z took to Instagram to post a video of the couple's wedding ceremony. A short video posted by the rapper shows the couple's nuptials with Bey's cover of "Forever Young" playing in the background as the two exchange rings and walk down the aisle. Surprisingly, the lavish couple had a fairly traditional-looking ceremony,with Beyoncé wearing a simple white wedding dress and Jay in a black tuxedo. 

    The couple married in a private ceremony in New York City on April 4, 2008. The footage of the ceremony was originally included in the couple's 2014 "On the Run" tour, however this is the first time it has been made available to the public. Last week, Queen Bey released a new song called "Die With You" exclusively via TIDAL to commemorate the couple's special day. 

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    Screen Shot 2015-04-10 at 3.49.27 PM.pngKanye West, Jack Antonoff and Mac DeMarco.[Photo of Kanye West by Matteo Prandoni/BFAnyc.com; Photo of Jack Antonoff by JUCO for Out Magazine]

    Not surprisingly, there were several interesting nuggets from Kanye West's new cover story for T Magazine. In it, the rapper compared his ego to a colossal, "nouveau riche marble table," spoke about going into debt over self-financing his two women's ready-to-wear collections, and shared his childhood dream of "having my own store where I could curate every shoe, sweatshirt and color."

    But there was one throaway Kanye-ism -- in parentheses, no less -- that took our breath away: "I want to dress like a child as much as possible." Hold up: Kanye wants to wear babycore? Or, more accurately, kidcore?

    For those unfamiliar, the term, coined by new media artist Matt Starr, is, quite simply, "apparel inspired by baby clothes." Back in December, we spoke to Starr about how he'd enlisted designer Bryn Taubensee to make adult versions of his '90s-era Gymboree gear. He described the rationale for the look as having to do with the fact that clothing for tots has "a playful, laid back and comfortable aesthetic...that most adult clothing brands don't offer."

    Screen Shot 2015-04-10 at 4.05.50 PM.pngMatt Starr's "babycore." [Photo used with the permission of Starr]

    At the time, we overlooked this "movement" as an art project, Starr's attempt to spoof the media's obsession with finding the next micro-trend and dubbing everything "____-core" (or "____ -wave"). But maybe we were wrong. Whatever you think of Yeezy's clothing lines, his influence on fashion tastes (especially fashion in hip-hop) is absolutely undeniable. So perhaps it's only a matter of time before we all look like we've gotten our wardrobes from some not-so-distant future Hanna Andersson or Gymboree adult-size diffusion lines.

    And, the more we began to think about it, a lot of people (and not just Kanye or Matt Starr) already do look like that. We remembered that back in June, Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff told New York Magazine that he likes "to look like a big kid." The article described his style as including "a baseball cap perched high and askew, a sweater striped with every neon color...and his favorite black-and-yellow-striped socks, pulled halfway up his calves."

    While Antonoff's aesthetic might be a more extreme version, we realized we've been seeing variations on this "jaunty schoolboy" look for years in Bushwick and other creative hubs. Usually it incorporates some or all of the following: light or normal rinse high-waisted flood pant jeans; Keds; a schoolboy-style cap devoid of any sports team, brand, or university logos; a colorful windbreaker; and a backpack (often in primary colors). Mac DeMarco is a poster boy for this style. Yes, there are obvious similarities between this look and trends like '90s nostalgia and normcore but, as they say, the (sartorial) devil is in the details: the first grade classroom colors and kiddie accessories create an effect that's more impish than neo-grunge and there's a distinct vibe rather than an intentional lack of one.

    eric zindorf babycore.jpgEric Zindorf

    "I've used 'toddler-chic' to describe my dressing aesthetic," Brooklyn-based artist Eric Zindorf, 25, tells us. "I'm always pretty much wearing primary colors. I wear a red [Super] Mario baseball cap all the time. I have a lot of tiny backpacks." Of his style evolution, he says that "it came from a time of watching Clueless -- and I know Clueless isn't about kids -- but those skater boys were all wearing primary colors. I was drawn to it. But I started to realize that my taste was evolving and I was drawn more and more to the types of things I wore when I was three."

    "I've kind of always worn [kid clothes]," 22-year-old New York City-based soap artist and designer, Liberty Leben, says. "I wear colorful things and kids' ruffle socks. Headbands and scrunchies and overalls. I'll wear shirts with big pockets on them. I also wear a necklace every day that I've had since I was 5-years-old that has gold letter beads with my name on it." 

    Though the style originated in the streets, you can see echos of it in high fashion, from Thom Browne's short suits to Jeremy Scott's Fall 2015 collection featuring a parade of models dressed like psychedelic baby dolls. While Scott's collection has echos of Twiggy-era trapeze dresses and it's the '90s that have become synonymous with the babydoll dress, what makes the nascent "kidcore" thing different is that it seems to be devoid of any Lolita vibes or sexuality altogether. In this sense, it runs parallel to the recent surge in androgynous and "agender" fashion.

    liberty leben_babycore.jpgLiberty Leben

    Whether people are adopting this trend as a reaction against hyper-sexuality in fashion and pop culture or as twentysomething nostalgia not for the '90s you missed (Marc Jacobs for Perry Ellis grunge) but the '90s you witnessed (OshKosh), it's a safe bet that one of the contributing factors is the trend's emphasis on ease, both literal and psychological. Yes, the clothes are comfortable and the antithesis of the peacocking fashion you see on street style blogs but, as Starr tells us, it's all about "the mindset." He explains that when he launched the "babycore movement," it was more about a "carefree sense of style and a carefree sense of life" than about sweatshirts with button pouches.

    The artist, who revealed exclusively that he's in the process of curating an exhibit featuring "babycore-inspired art from artists around the world," points to celebrities like Jimmy Fallon and Ellen DeGeneres as exemplifying the "babycore" psychology -- exuberance, positivity and earnestness -- if not the fashion. But for many people, the fashion is what helps create the mindset in the first place. "I just feel better when I wear [those clothes]," Zindorf says. "When I think back to my childhood, it feels good to relive it." Leben has similar sentiments. "It's a carefree act. I don't know if it's just because it's my aesthetic or how I feel I want to be young forever. It's almost like I've never grown up but I feel that's okay."

    When you think about it, in a culture that has AARP members dressing like they're a long-lost Kardashian sister, it oddly makes sense that the apotheosis of our youth obsession might be reached when the young want to look -- and be -- even younger. In other words, 25 is the new...8?


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    Weirdest Marketing Campaign of the Week:UKTV erected a life-sized statue of Benedict Cumberbatch made of chocolate in the middle of a mall, and let people lick/eat him. I don't care how dedicated a fan you are -- that's just plain gross. I don't even know what they're advertising. All that I learned was that the cult of Benedict is real. -- Evan Siegel

    beyonce painting.jpgMost Likely to Become the Next Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel: This painting of Beyoncé. NYU art student Chris Minafo spent 60 hours (or 14 days!) painting this ***flawless portrait of his 'idol' Queen Bey. Watch his journey here. -- Tené Young
     

    So long Jamaica.

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    Obama Conspiracy Theory of the Week: He's obviously a wizard. How else could he shoot a rainbow out of his hand in Jamaica. Or maybe he's part leprechaun? Damn liberals. -- E.S.

    cam'ron killa crunch.jpgBest Way to Start Your Morning:Cam'ron's Killa Crunch cereal. All mighty Cam'ron (*insert prayer hand emojis*) has his own brand of cereal that he's hiding around various bodegas in New York City. Each box contains a fill-in-the-blank "U Mad (Lib)?", a Killa Crunch T-shirt, a "Dumb Smart" crossword puzzle, and even a $100 bill! Breakfast has never been so rewarding! -- T.Y.

    Best Music Trend of the Week:Unexpected remixes. Can we please make collaborating with the pizza guy a lasting thing? -- E.S.

    Screen Shot 2015-04-10 at 6.26.13 PM.pngNew York's Newest King of Cool: This guy on the subway. The best way to travel on public transport is definitely the La-Z-Boy. -- E.S. [Photo via Reddit]


    Best "Wrecking Ball" Impersonation: Anne Hathaway's. She delivered in full "Miley mode" when she tore the house down at the Lip Sync Battle. -- T.Y.

    Somehow the Least Surprising News of the Week: Justin Bieber is officially wanted in Argentina after allegedly ordering his bodyguard to attack a photographer. Come on, Argentina! Don't you know that the Biebs is now on the straight and narrow? Or at least embarking on a media campaign to look like it? -- E.S.



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    Reigning Coachella Queen Vanessa Hudgens will not be in attendance this year as she is currently in New York starring in Gigi on Broadway. More than any other celebrity, Hudgens, who has been going to Coachella since 2011, has adopted the desert music festival as a personal aesthetic. No one has tassel-ed, caftan-ed or floppy hatt-ed more. And no one has stumbled harder, only to rise again like a Phoenix in a tie-dyed crop-top. Her absence is a blow to festival-goers, who will be lost without their Inland empress. But as Proverbs says, "Where there is no vision, the people perish," and a new ruler must take the throne this year to watch over the commonwealth of the Sahara and Gobi tents. Below, we choose this year's Queenchella.


    katebosworthcoachella.pngBosworth as last year's Alexander Wang / H&M Coachella party, Photo by Angela Pham/BFAnyc.com

    Kate Bosworth
    History: An elder stateswoman of the Empire Polo Club, Bosworth has attended every Coachella since 2009.
    Looks: Bosworth's Coachella style rivals Hudgens' in its comprehensiveness and focus -- she has rocked every iteration of the '70s desert-chic look to ever be featured in a Coachella style slideshow: Cut offs with an American flag tank-top, earth-toned crochet dresses, the perennial floral romper. She's never met an ankle boot she didn't like.
    Has she watched a band on someone's shoulders?Yes.
    Has she ever worn an ethereal tie-dyed halter dress?Yes.
    Has she ever watched a band on someone's shoulders while wearing an ethereal tie-dyed halter dress? Yes.
    Dethroning odds: 8.5/10. Coachella is in Bosworth's bones.


    katyperrycoachella20.pngKaty Perry wearing a crop-top with nary a flower or tassle in sight yesterday at Mia Moretti's MAC pool party. Photo by Angela Pham/BFAnyc.com

    Katy Perry

    History: Katy Perry has attended Coachella every year since 2010.
    Looks: She wisely left tassels behind in 2010, and tries to mix it up every year. She's done straw hats, lace dresses with pearls, chiffon with combat boots, skirts with scary faces on them, and blue flower things.
    Has she ever worn a caftan to Coachella? No.
    Has she ever worn a flower crown: Yes.
    Has she watched a band on someone's shoulders? No.
    Has she ever worn an ethereal tie-dyed halter dress? No.
    Dethroning odds: 5/10. Though Perry goes for very different looks each year, you can't be a Coachella Queen without consistency. Especially if you're not using your look to channel the most literal version of "we're listening to music, outdoors, just like bohemian dreamers in the '70s did." She'll never usurp the throne.


    EmmaRobertsinsta.pngPhoto via Emma Roberts'Instagram

    Emma Roberts

    History:
    Attended since 2010, possibly earlier.
    Looks: A lot of cut-offs, tassels and fringe and something we've seen no other crown contenders rocking: Mesh
    Has she ever worn a caftan to Coachella? No.
    Has she ever worn a flower crown? No.
    Has she watched a band on someone's shoulders? No.
    Has she ever worn anything tie-dyed to coachella? No
    Has her presence at Coachella been documented on Just Jared? Yes. 
    Dethroning odds: 7/10. Coachella has existed since 1999 -- its first year was headlined by Beck and Morrissey -- but few in line for the throne likely remember the halcyon days of 2008. Roberts does. Last year, she told Style.com"The first year I went, five or six years ago, and it was much more grunge, every man for himself. And now it's like, 'Come over to the Patrone tent."


    rs_634x1024-140419121324-634.Paris-Hilton-Coachella.jl.041914.jpgParis Hilton
    History: Coachella's biggest celebrity ride or die, Paris Hilton has attended every Coachella since 2007.
    Looks:
    Hilton started with the obvious -- flowy skirts, flower crowns, belted Grecian-style maxi dresses -- but has gone rogue in recent years. Paris will see your cut-offs and distressed classic rock band t-shirts and raise you a black leather bikini that just has a long lace thing over it. Respect.
    Has she ever worn a caftan? Yes, but it was cropped.
    Has she watched a band on someone's shoulders?Yes.
    Has she done peace signs in Coachella photos?Yes.
    Dethroning odds: 9.89/10. A ubiquitous festival presence, Hitlon is backstage. Hilton is DJing at the Indio fairgrounds. Hilton is reminding us of Brandon Davis' existence in Google image search results. A Coachella celebrant of sorts, Hilton's credo is as smiple as A.B.C.: Always Be Coachelling.


    Leonardo DiCaprio

    History: Brimming with Brazilian models, Coachella is ostensibly DiCaprio's raison d'être, but we could only find photos of him in 2011, 2013 and 2014. Do you even Gobi Tent, Leo?
    Looks: Outfits you'd expect a 40-year-old millionaire to wear to a popular outdoor music festival.
    Has he ever danced to MGMT during a sandstorm? Yes.
    Has anyone ever dubbed "Sandstorm" over the video of him dancing to MGMT during a sandstorm? No. Everyone blew it.
    Dethroning odds: 1/10. DiCaprio isn't even in the Coachella royal court, we just wanted to post that video of him dancing.

    jaredletocoachella.pngLeto at Coachella 2012. Photo by David X. Prutting/BFAnyc.com

    Jared Leto
    History: Jared Leto attended in 2009 and has been back every year since 2012.
    Looks: Honestly, where to begin? Runyon Canyon Jesus brings it every time -- zebra tights, off-brand Illuminati t-shirts, Hawaiian shirts, shape tights  and one apparently chilly year where he wore a coat, hat and gloves.
    Has he ever been captured just standing there, looking at his cell phone?Yes.
    Peace signs in photos? No.
    Dethroning odds: 7/10 There is no male celebrity Coachella attendee who commits harder to his look than Leto.


    kendalljennercoachella.pngPhoto via Kendall Jenner's Instagram.

    Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner

    History: Kylie and Kendall made their Coachella debut last year.
    Looks:All-black goth desert vibes, bell bottoms cut-offs and distressed t-shirts, fanny packs, feathers, nose rings.
    Have they ever watched a band on someone's shoulders? No.
    Caftans? No.
    Peace signs? No.
    Dethroning odds: 3/10 The Jenners aren't quite there, but they're serious. Yesterday, Kendall went hard with a suede vest and a tassel purse and Kylie gave Fulll Earth Tone. They're on their way to domination.


    ambrosioalessandra.pngCoachella 2012. Photo by David X. Prutting/BFAnyc.com

    Alessandra Ambrosio

    History: She's attended every year since 2010 and has a Coachella-inspired jewelry line
    Who is Alessandra Ambrosio? A model.
    Looks: Heart sunglasses, ankle boots, cut-offs, tasseled vests, tie-dye. Ambrosio understands Coachella on an intrinsic level and so does her progeny, who will continue her legacy. Her free spirit will be felt in the arid soil of the Coachella Valley plains for generations to come.  
    Has she ever watched a band on someone's shoulders?Yes
    Peace signs in photos? Yes.
    Has her presence at Coachella been documented on Just Jared?
    Yes.
    Dethroning odds: 9.899/10 
    This really isn't a joke to her.


    Winner:

    Paris Hilton.
    Knowledge comes from learning, but wisdom comes from living. And that's hot. With the most Coachellas under her belt, Hilton is most deserving of the crown. It's 2005 all over again.Bow to your queen.


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    Coachella is in full swing, and DJ Mia Moretti kicked things off in Indio Friday afternoon with a pool party in celebration of her capsule collection for MAC. Katy Perry, Kate Nash, grande dame downtown stylist Pat Fields, Margot (the alter ego of violinist Caitlin Moe), Aluna George, artist Cleo Wade and more turned out to frolick poolside, with Moretti supplying the jams. Check out photos below.


    Mia Moretti, Katy Perry


    Margot


    Margot, Patricia Fields, Lexi Bohas, Marcelle Harlow, Mia Moretti, Lara Eurdolian


    Eugenie Grey


    Marcelle Harlow, Myles Hendrik, DJ Henri, Mia Moretti


    Aluna George


    Katy Perry, Kate Nash


    Kate Nash, Cleo Wade, Kate Greer, Mia Moretti, DJ Henri, Kelly Framel, Margot


    Jeremy Scott


    Patricia Field


    Kate Greer, Cleo Wade


    Katy Perry

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  • 04/11/15--18:00: The Sunday Funnies

  • Taraji P. Henson hosted SNL last night and her BAMF Empire character, Cookie, stopped by Sesame Street. Cookie's coats are made from Muppet hides!
     
    This video will speak deeply to anyone with noisy upstairs neighbors.

    tumblr_nmjz4oVgNl1qz6f9yo1_500.jpgAn Apple Watch we can get behind. [LaughterKey]

    tumblr_n3wapcwrQq1qa13oio1_500.jpgSale, sale, sale. [AfternoonSnoozeButton]


    Jon Snow is a very bad dinner guest, as evidence in this amazing Late Nigh with Seth Meyers clip.
     13OU2.jpgWell...[Mlkshk]


    One of the greatest cat-on-dog sneak attacks ever. That sad thump at the end! [TastefullyOffensive]

    tumblr_nmi3lu1yqf1roeb3qo1_500.jpgSame. [LaughterKey]


    Did you know you can use coconut oil to bring dead birds back to life? What isn't this wonder ingredient good for? [TheSecondCityProject]

    tumblr_nk842yQ5DY1sjap36o1_500.jpgSnoopscape. [AfternoonSnoozeButton]

    tumblr_nlvgwuacb81s02vreo1_400.gifDon't even try to steal this otter's spotlight when he's twirling with his gold ring. [TastefullyOffensive]


    Watch a news anchor get tricked into saying your favorite line from Anchorman during a broadcast. [Uproxx]
     
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    Cher and Tina forever. Have a great Sunday. [Mlkshk]






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    Last night a bunch of Coachella kids joined us at the little bash we threw with PacSun...and, by little, we mean the giant Neon Carnival we threw in an airport hangar in Thermal, CA. There was, of course, the neon-lit ferris wheel and bumper car rides (among many others); music by DJs Ruckus, Politik, Jesse Marco, and Kayper; sightings of Leonardo DiCaprio (fist pumping!), Justin Bieber, Rihanna, and Tony Goldwyn (President Fitz!); a special area themed to Sundance fave Dope; and tons and tons of colorfully-dress 'Chella kids. Take a peek at photos, below.

    A special shoutout to our friends at Don Julio who kept us well-lubricated all night long!


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    After our cuckoo crazy Neon Carnival last night at Coachella, it was on to the Jeremy Scott x Moschino party, where attendees including Katy Perry, Fergie, LIly Rose Depp, Zoe Kravitz, Alexa Chung and more danced into the early hours of the morning to Dilplo, Skrillex and A-Trak. Check out photos below.


    Jeremy Scott and Katy Perry


    Lily Rose Depp


    Alexa Chung


    Jena Malone


    Jeremy Scott and Fergie


    Rosson Crow


    Alexander Wang and Jeremy Scott


    Dilo


    Katy Perry, Jeremy Scott, Janelle, Cleo Wade, Margot


    Jourdan Dunn


    Zoe Kravitz


    Skrillex, Jeremy Scott, CL, Diplo


    David Macklovitch, A-Trak and P-Thugg


    Kesh


    Mayer Hawthorne and Paul Banks


    Mercedes V, CL, Lafayette Bless


    Margot


    Pablo Olea, Johnny Makeup, CL


    Atlanta de Cadenet Taylor


    Jeremy Scott, Dave 1 and A-trak

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    Update: Watch Madonna make out with Drake during his set, and see two clips from last performance, here.

    Up until earlier today, it seemed as if Drake's Coachella-closing performance tonight would not be added to the festival's web streams. Those of us hoping to experience the Paper cover star's set from the comfort of our couches were left with nothing but our woes. But, this afternoon, Coachella tweeted that Drake's set had been added to the web stream line-up after all, and everyone from the 6 and beyond would be able to enjoy Drizzychella online. Blessings on blessings. Drake's set starts at 10:15 PST/1:15 EST. Stream above.

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    Drake wrapped up week 1 of Coachella last night and, at the end of his If You're Reading This You're Too Late single "Madonna," Queen M herself took the stage. After a rendition of "Human Nature," Madonna grabbed Drake and made out with him, breathily proclaiming, "Bitch, I'm Madonna" and striding away.

    Watch two more clips of Drake's performance, set in a tropical Drizzy jungle, below.




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    There's no better way to revive a hangover than having a few cocktails and going for a dip in a pool (although maybe not in that order). To that end, Refinery29 and AOK threw a poolside bash at the Saguaro hotel complete with fun inflatables, DJs and plenty of sunshine. Take a peek at photos from the day, below.


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


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    LED Day Club


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    LED Day Club


    LED Day Club


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    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party


    Refinery29 x AOK Paradiso party

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    Opening with a mix of synth-rock riffs and vocals that sounds like they could be the start of Edwyn Collins'"A Girl Like You," Pearls'"Pretend You're Mine" is a fun auditory jumble of styles and sounds. The accompanying video, which we're excited to premiere on PAPER, is equally discombobulating (in a good way): there are shots of the Australian three-piece drinking champagne with friends in a glam '70s-by-way-of-Tumblr room; a cutaway to two cheetahs humping; and occasional clips of a glittery guy with a bowl cut licking a gold hand sculpture.

    Frontman Ryan Caesar tells us that "the first spark of inspiration for the clip came by way of a hazy hangover, with the girls watching the Marc Bolan TV show in bed after a night out. It was the perfect comedown, Bolan in his bright pink satin suit, struttin around singing 'Ride A White Swan'. The ladies adored the visuals and wanted to replicate that kind of sleazy, '70's tongue in cheek feel." The song is the titular single off of the band's debut album of the same name, out now via Dot Dash/Remote Control. Check out the video and break out your body glitter.

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