Video: Justin Timberlake - 'Not A Bad Thing'

If you were expecting to see Justin Timberlake's handsome face in the video for "Not A Bad Thing", then you are out of luck. The superstar opts for a mini-documentary instead of a traditional music video.

Directed by Dennis Liu, the video for the second, which is my second favorite of his 'The 20/20 Experience (Part 2 of 2)' album behind "Drink You Away", details the search for a couple who got engaged on a Long Island Rail Road train. In an effort to find this couple and learn their story, the video turns into an inspiring mini-documentary on love as the search for the couple continues. See how the intense search pans out after the cut:

Video: Miranda Lambert - 'Automatic'

Country favorite Miranda Lambert takes a trip down memory lane and reminisces about the good ole days in the official video for "Automatic", the lead single from her forthcoming studio album 'Platinum'.

The video, which serves as a perfect fit for the single, was directed by Trey Fanjoy and features the slimmed-down starlet going through a trunk full of keepsakes including photographs from the past, old letters, jewelry and a cassette player. Take a look beneath:


2014 ACM Awards: Performances & Winners

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Nominated for Vocal Group of the Year, The Band Perry kicked off the 2014 Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, with a rocking performance of their latest single "Chainsaw".

Other performers included: hosts Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw, Hunter Hayes, Brad Paisley, Sheryl Crow, Florida Georgia Line, Keith Urban and more. Peep all the performances and a list of the winners beneath:

The Band Perry - "Chainsaw"



Opening Monologue: Blake Shelton & Luke Bryan



Florida Georgia Line - "Stay"



Brad Paisley - "Riverbank"



Blake Shelton - "My Eyes"



George Strait - "I Got A Car"



Lee Brice - "I Drive Your Truck"



Eric Church - "Give Me Back My Hometown"



Justin Moore - "Lettin' the Night Roll"



Shakira & Blake Shelton - "Medicine"



Lady Antebellum & Stevie Nicks - "Golden" / "Rhiannon"



Keith Urban - "Even the Stars Fall 4 U"



Kip Moore - "Somethin' 'Bout A Truck"



Luke Bryan - "Play It Again"



Jason Aldean - "When She Says Baby"



Miranda Lambert - "Automatic"



Tim McGraw & Faith Hill - "Meanwhile Back At Mama's"



Florida Georgia Line & Luke Bryan - "How We Roll"



Toby Keith - "Shut Up & Hold On"



Hunter Hayes - "Invisible"



Darius Rucker & Lady Antebellum - "Wagon Wheel"



Merle Haggard Tribute



Dierks Bentley & Sheryl Crow - "I Hold On"



2014 Academy of Country Music Awards : Winners

Entertainer of the Year
George Strait

Male Vocalist of the Year
Jason Aldean

Female Vocalist of the Year
Miranda Lambert

Vocal Duo of the Year Nominees
Florida Georgia Line

Vocal Group of the Year
The Band Perry

New Artist of the Year
Justin Moore

Album of the Year
Kacey Musgraves, 'Same Trailer Different Park'

Song of the Year
Lee Brice, "I Drive Your Truck"

Single Record of the Year
Miranda Lambert, "Mama's Broken Heart"

Video of the Year
Tim McGraw (feat. Taylor Swift & Keith Urban), "Highway Don't Care"

Vocal Event of the Year
Keith Urban & Miranda Lambert, "We Were Us"

Halle Berry Resurrects 'Frankie & Alice' Film

'Frankie & Alice' first made headlines in 2010 when it received a qualifying run during awards season and scored Halle Berry a Globe Globe nomination and a win at the NAACP Image Awards, but then, it disappeared.

This past weekend, the film was finally released by Lionsgate/Codeblack in 171 theaters and it emerged as the highest specialty film of the weekend by pulling with a $350,000 gross and a respectful $2,047 per theater average.

The film, which deals with dissociative identity disorder, was always a tough sell and the final product comes off like a made-for-television move, but Berry once again delivers a powerful performance that was deserving of more accolades. Hopefully, the end reward will be her finally getting projects that are equal to her undeniable talent as an actress. Watch eight clips from the Geoffrey Sax film beneath:

Artist Of The Month: Pharrell Williams

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It has been a whirlwind year for Pharrell Williams!!! After being featured on hit after hit and turning the Academy Awards into a dancing party, the super-producer once again soared to the top on his own with "Happy" and now, he earns the honor of becoming Celebrity Bug's Featured Artist for April 2014.

The No.1 single is lifted from his latest solo album 'GIRL', which sold over a 100,000 copies in its first week of release and started at No.2 on the Billboard 200.


Video: Lady GaGa - 'G.U.Y.'

Pop superstar Lady GaGa and her team have severely mishandled her 'ARTPOP' album, but she tries to get things back on track by releasing the video for "G.U.Y. (Girl Under You", the latest single lifted from the album.

In the nearly 8-minute clip, which was directed by GaGa herself and also features "Venus" and the album's title song, the star shows that she is simply the queen of music videos. This is the kind of avant-garde fashion art that I love from GaGa, not the disgusting and unexplainable kind of art that involves the star getting puked on while performing.

Watch the full work of art, which features cameos from 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' stars Kyle Richards, Lisa Vanderpump, Kim Richards, Yolanda Foster and Carlton Gebbia, as well as, Bravo TV personality Andy Cohen, beneath:


'A Dream Come True': Kim Kardashian Stuns On First 'Vogue' Cover With Kanye West

Kim Kardashian has saw another one of her dreams come true!!!

The reality superstar and her rapper fiance, Kanye West, have landed the cover of the April 2014 issue of Vogue magazine, which means she has gained the approval of Anna Wintour.

The couple, who will reportedly wed on May 24th, give readers an inside look at their glamourous lifestyle and their gorgeous daughter North also appears in the spread, which was shot by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz.

Love her or hate her, there is simply no denying that Miss Kardashian looks absolutely stunning on the cover and as Wintour, the queen of fashion, pointed out in her statement, both she and West (#WorldsMostTalkedAboutCouple) have pretty much conquered every avenue of media available to them (and might I add, very successfully). Unlike others, I do not believe this hurts the magazine's brand or credibility, in fact, it makes sense because both have constantly expressed their love for fashion, both have their own clothing lines and their polarizing status in the world will only bring more attention to issue, which I think will end up as one of their best-sellers. Peep the Vogue editor-in-chief's statement defending her decision to put the duo on the cover and go behind-the-scenes of the shoot beneath:

"Part of the pleasure of editing Vogue, one that lies in a long tradition of this magazine, is being able to feature those who define the culture at any given moment, who stir things up, whose presence in the world shapes the way it looks and influences the way we see it. I think we can all agree on the fact that that role is currently being played by Kim and Kanye to a T. (Or perhaps that should be to a K?)

As for the cover, my opinion is that it is both charming and touching, and it was, I should add, entirely our idea to do it; you may have read that Kanye begged me to put his fiancée on Vogue’s cover. He did nothing of the sort. The gossip might make better reading, but the simple fact of the matter is that it isn’t true.

There’s barely a strand of the modern media that the Kardashian Wests haven’t been able to master, and for good reason: Kanye is an amazing performer and cultural provocateur, while Kim, through her strength of character, has created a place for herself in the glare of the world’s spotlight, and it takes real guts to do that."

- Anna Wintour

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Jennifer Lopez Wows 'Idol' With 'I Luh Ya Papi'

With the overall star quality of the current 'American Idol' contestants in the negative column, Jennifer Lopez hit the stage on the latest results show to give the final nine a tutorial of what it takes to be a bonafide superstar.

After a perfectly harmonized intro with former contestants Jessica Sanchez, Pia Toscano and Allison Iraheta, the 44-year-old stunner unleashed some fierce moves for her debut performance of "I Luh Ya Papi", the newest single from her forthcoming studio album.

One of the marks of a truly great performer is when they can take a song as lackluster and repetitive as this Detail-produced number and so fully enthralled the audience with their showmanship that they actually find themselves enjoying and singing along. Beyonce and Usher do this time and time again, and so does Lopez. Watch it beneath:

New Music: Keyshia Cole - 'Rick James' & 'Next Time (Won't Give My Heart Away)'

After a short hiatus from the music scene and amid continued rumors of her marriage falling apart, Keyshia Cole is back in action with not one, but two new singles from her sixth and final studio set for Interscope Records.

The first offering, entitled "Rick James" and featuring Juicy J, she sings, "Why does it matter now? / Who can do you better? / Feet up on your couch / Yeah, bitch, I’m Rick James / Slap a bitch like Rick James", as she reaches her boiling point over her unfaithful man.

The record is quite lackluster and if you are longtime fan of Cole, it will probably leave you scratching your head in confusion and disappointment, especially since she has a pretty solid track record of delivering on her first releases (even when she doesn't fully satisfy you on the subsequent album). This is simply not it and will do little on the charts.



On the second record, "Next Time (Won't Give My Heart Away)", she more of her pain instead of the anger displayed on her first record as she possibly reveals the reason behind her split with NBA husband, Daniel Gibson.

"Seem kinda crazy saying you love me so much / How could you bring that woman into our home", she sings, before continuing by unleashing, "The crazy part about it is I took you right back / I thought you were a changed man / I tried to work it out for the sake of my family / But you took my kindness for weakness and my love for granted".

The record is one of six songs that she freestyled for her upcoming album and while it is certainly an improvement on "Rick James", it is still lacking. Instead of taking the freestyle and using it as a first draft, she simply released it and it shows in more ways the one.

Ashanti Shows Off Vocals On 'Off The Record'

With her 'BraveHeart' album continuing to exceed sales expectations, Ashanti has lined up additional promotional appearances for the project including 'The Queen Latifah Show' on April 9th and 'Good Morning America' on April 18th, but first up, an appearance on the web-series 'Off the Record'.

In addition to reflecting on her first album and talking about her latest, the underrated star performed "Foolish", "I Got It", "Scars" and a cover of the Chaka Khan classic "Sweet Thing", which earned praised from the legend. The vocal growth from her debut to now is impressive, but for me, I still don't feel like she is giving it her all and it would be nice to see her use her live performances to expand on the records instead of using the same ablibs and taking very few liberties. Overall, she still did a nice job. Watch it beneath:

Interview



"Foolish"



"I Got It"



"Scars"



"Sweet Thing"

Video: Jennifer Lopez - 'I Luh Ya Papi'

Jennifer Lopez turns the tables and objectifies men in the sizzling hot video for "I Luh Ya Papi", the new single lifted from her forthcoming album, which will be released on June 17th.

Directed by Jessy Terrero, the clip shows the super fabulous 44-year-old looking stunning and putting women half her age to shame as she recreates some of her most memorable fashion moments including a retake on that career-defining Versace gown that she wore to the 2000 Grammys. All in all, it is a really fun music clip, despite its slightly cheesy start. Watch the video beneath:

Ashanti Scores Top 10 Win With 'BraveHeart'

R&B singer Ashanti scored a small victory on the charts this week as her oft-delayed studio album, 'BraveHeart', exceeded initial sales expectations of 18-21K by moving 28K.

The independently released set starts at No.10 on Billboard 200 and marks her fifth consecutive release to debut in the top 10 region. While the figure is a far cry away from her major releases, being that independent releases earned artists up to ten times of what they earn on major labels ($6.00 compared to $0.60), this figure will ultimately see the songstress earning more money from album sales than her female R&B peers like Ciara, Kelly Rowland, K. Michelle and Brandy.

Who knows what opening week sales would have been if only she had a decent manager and team surrounding her? Still, major congratulations are in order for Miss Douglas...

Toni Braxton & Babyface Bring Soul To 'Ellen'

R&B duo Toni Braxton and Babyface brought their smooth and soulful voices to 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', for a performance of "Hurt You".

The No.1 single is lifted from their first collaboration album, 'Love, Marriage & Divorce', and the performance marks yet another outing that sees the twosome knock it out of the park. Toni's voice and tone are soooo good. Watch the veterans put on a show beneath:

Ashanti Promotes 'BraveHeart' On '106 & Park'

R&B stunner Ashanti stopped by '106 & Park' to promote her first independent release 'BraveHeart', by sitting down for an interview and hitting the stage to perform her latest singles, "I Got It" and "First Real Love".

The interview saw her discuss albums sales, her relationship with rapper Nelly and why she declined seven offers from major labels, while the performance highlighted how much she has grown in terms of her stage presence since her "Foolish" days. Watch it beneath:


"I Got It" / "First Real Love"

Phillip Phillips Premieres 'Raging Fire' On 'Idol'

With his sophomore album scheduled for release in the spring, Phillip Phillips returned to the 'American Idol' stage on Thursday, March 6th, to premiere his new single, "Raging Fire".

The single, which has already climbed into Top 10 on iTunes, is signature Phillips and has such a catchy aura that the crowd and the judges were singing along. After one listen, I'm already in love with it and P2 just couldn't get more awkwardly adorable. Watch beneath:

New Music: Jennifer Lopez - 'I Luh Ya Papi'

Pop superstar Jennifer Lopez follows up her previous single releases, "Same Girl" and "Girls", with "I Luh Ya Papi", the latest single from her forthcoming tenth studio album.

Produced by Detail and featuring rap star French Montana, the urban-laced single premiered on Power 106′s 'New at 2 Show with Yesi Ortiz', and while it is as repetitive as they come, it still stands as a solid release and that single cover is EVERYTHING. Take a listen beneath:


Rihanna Goes Simple For Third 'Vogue' Cover

Making her mark on the publication's cover for the third time, Rihanna fronts the March 2014 issue of Vogue, where she dishes on stardom, being a rebel and her love for social media.

For her first magazine cover in 2014, the pop star went back to her black pixie haircut and minimal makeup, while donning embellished jeans and a sheer Louis Vuitton top for the cover.

The superstar, who looks great on the cover, previously covered the fashion bible in a see-through floral Chanel gown in April 2011 and in a mesmerizing red Valentino dress in November 2012, so where does her third outing rank compared to her past covers? Well, the chick simply can't take a bad photo and looks great here, but I would rank this cover firmly behind both of her past shoots for the esteemed magazine. Read excerpts from her interview and peep additional photos from her David Sims-photoshoot beneath:

On Her Rise To Fame: "I never wanted to be famous. I just wanted my music to be heard all over the world. Then it happened and the fame came with it. I can’t ever imagine feeling used to it."

On Being A Rebel: "I don’t go out of my way to be a rebel or to have that perception. But a lot of the decisions I make, a lot of the direction I want to move, is against the grain, or against society’s tight lane, and I’m aware of that sometimes. It might not be fitting with the norm, but that’s OK for me."

On Her Instagram Obsession: "Instagram is my way of communicating to the world. When I’m on tour, I keep fans in the loop. I don’t really think about it took much. Literally, I can be sitting in a car and be bored, so I I do a selfie just because I’m bored. Or if my dog is running around in circles and I think that’s funny, I put it on Instragram."

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Ashanti Gets Grilled On 'The Breakfast Club'

With her 'BraveHeart' album in stores, R&B singer Ashanti made her debut on 'The Breakfast Club', where she spilled the beans on an array of topics.

The Written Entertainment owner dished on going the independent route, turning down 360 deals, her time with Murder Inc., her on-and-off relationship with Nelly, and her new studio album.

Watch her get put in the hot seat below:

2014 Academy Awards: Winners List

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Although 'Gravity' walked away with the most golden statues (7 to be exact), '12 Years A Slave' took home the top award of the night for Best Picture at the 2014 Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre on Sunday, March 2nd.

Matthew McConaughey and Cate Blanchett were named Best Actor and Best Actress for 'Dallas Buyers Club' and 'Blue Jasmine' (respectively), while in the supporting categories, Jared Leto and Lupita Nyong'o were awarded for their work in 'Dallas Buyers Club' and '12 Years A Slave' (respectively). Full list of winners beneath:

2014 ACADEMY AWARDS - WINNERS

Best Picture
"12 Years a Slave"

Best Director
Alfonso Cuarón, "Gravity"

Best Actor
Matthew McConaughey, "Dallas Buyer's Club"

Best Actress

Cate Blanchett, "Blue Jasmine"

Best Supporting Actor
Jared Leto, "Dallas Buyer's Club"

Best Supporting Actress
Lupita Nyong’o, "12 Years a Slave"

Best Animated Feature
"Frozen"

Best Original Song
"Let It Go" from "Frozen"

Best Original Screenplay
"Her"

Best Adapted Screenplay
"12 Years a Slave"

Best Foreign Language Film
"The Great Beauty"

Best Documentary - Feature
"20 Feet From Stardom"

Best Documentary - Short Subject
"The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life"

Best Live Action Short Film
"Helium"

Best Animated Short Film
"Mr. Hublot"

Best Original Score
Steven Price, "Gravity"

Best Sound Editing
"Gravity"

Best Sound Mixing
"Gravity"

Best Production Design
"The Great Gatsby"

Best Cinematography
"Gravity"

Best Makeup And Hairstyling
"Dallas Buyers Club"

Best Costume Design
"The Great Gatsby"

Best Film Editing
"Gravity"

Best Visual Effects
"Gravity"

2014 Academy Awards: McConaughey Named Best Actor For 'Dallas Buyers Club'

As expected, Matthew McConaughey was named Best Actor at the 2014 Academy Awards for his gut-retching performance as Ron Woodruff in 'Dallas Buyers Club'.

Held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on March 2nd, 2014, the handsome actor defeated fellow nominees Bruce Dern,Leonardo DiCaprio, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Christian Bale.

In his speech, McConaughey talked about always striving to have three things in his life: someone to look up to (God), someone to look forward to (his family) and someone to chase (himself ten years in the future). Watch his speech beneath:

2014 Academy Awards: Cate Blanchett Named Best Actress For 'Blue Jasmine'

Completing her awards season sweep, Cate Blanchett was named Best Actress at the 2014 Academy Awards for stirring and controversial role in the Woody Allen film, 'Blue Jasmine'.

Held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on March 2nd, 2014, the respected actress defeated fellow nominees Judi Dench, Amy Adams, Sandra Bullock and Meryl Streep for the gold trophy.

In her captivating speech, Blanchett paid respected to each of her four fellow nominees, called out studio for thinking that female oriented films can't make money, and thank her cast and director (to timid applause). Watch her delightful speech beneath:

2014 Academy Awards: Pink Performs 'Over The Rainbow' For 'The Wizard Of Oz' Tribute

Pink has shown just how great of a performer she is over the years, but even she struggled a bit during her performance of "Over the Rainbow" at the 2014 Academy Awards.

The performance was part of a tribute to Judy Garland and the 75th anniversary of her classic film, 'The Wizard of Oz', and prior to the performance, her three children - Liza Minelli, Lorna Luft, and Joey Luft – were acknowledge by the star-studded crowd. Watch her take on the yellow brick road classic beneath:

2014 Academy Awards: Pharrell Williams Gets A-Listers Dancing With 'Happy' Performance

Hitmaker Pharrell Williams, who will release his new 'GIRL' album tomorrow, briefly turned the 2014 Academy Awards into a party as a bevy of A-listers got on their feet and danced along as he performed "Happy".

The infectious tune, which is No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100, is nominated for Best Original Song at the ceremony against "Let It Go", "The Moon Song" and "Ordinary Love".  Watch him get the Dolby Theatre crowd moving beneath:

2014 Academy Awards: Lupita Nyong'o Named Best Supporting Actress For '12 Years A Slave'

Newcomer Lupita Nyong'o pulled out a win for Best Supporting Actress in tight race with Jennifer Lawrence at the 2014 Academy Awards for her debut outing in '12 Years A Slave'.

Held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on March 2nd, 2014, the Yale graduate also defeated Julia Roberts, Sally Hawkins and June Squibb for the emotionally-charged role as Patsy.

In her speech, the obviously nervous beauty thanked her family, her entire cast and director Steve McQueen for giving her this opportunity. Watch it beneath:

2014 Academy Awards: Jared Leto Named Best Supporting Actor For 'Dallas Buyers Club'

Continuing his awards season sweep, Jared Leto was named Best Supporting Actor at the 2014 Academy Awards for his heartbreaking turn in 'Dallas Buyers Club' as AIDS patient Rayon.

Held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on March 2nd, 2014, the 42-year-old actor defeated fellow nominees Michael Fassbender, Bradley Cooper, Jonah Hill and Barkhad Abdi for the trophy.

In his beautiful speech, Leto thanked his mom for inspiring him to dream after she herself faced hardships, his co-stars and dedicated his award to everyone that lost their battle with AIDS, as well as, everyone who has ever felt like an outsider. Watch beneath:

2014 Academy Awards: Red Carpet Arrivals

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Looking like complete and utter perfection in a fairytale-inspired Prada gown, Academy Award-nominee and this season's red carpet darling Lupita Nyong'o was snapped arriving on the red carpet at the 86th Annual Academy Awards.

Held in Los Angeles, California on Sunday, March 2nd, the actress was just one of many stars on the red carpet as a bevy of Hollywood elite including Jennifer Lawrence, Matthew McConaughey, Amy Adams, Cate Blanchett, Bradley Cooper and more were all in attendance. View all of the red carpet arrivals from the event beneath:

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Charlize Theron
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Kerry Washington
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Jared Leto
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Amy Adams
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Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde
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Viola Davis
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Portia de Rossi
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Liza Minnelli
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Christine Teigen
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Anna Kendrick
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Tyson Beckford
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Naomi Watts
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June Squibb
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Michael B. Jordan
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Glen Close
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Joseph Gordon Levitt
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Anne Hathaway
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Kevin Spacey
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Sally Hawkins
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Bette Midler
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Margot Robbie
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Julia Roberts
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Meryl Streep
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Leonardo DiCaprio
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Emma Watson
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Zac Efron
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