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This street race ended with a huge fail

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Nore Davis was a winning street racer, but even he couldn’t run away from the law. Reminisce with the comedian as we animate the tale of his first arrest.

First Fails is a new mini-series from Mashable and Bravo. Join celebrities as they recount their first worst moments — coming to you in full animated color. Read more…

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People think this ad for pink kitchen gadgets is sexist

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A kitchen gadget company has been accused of sexism after posting an advert on its website for a range of pink appliances aimed at women.

People think this ad for pink kitchen gadgets is sexist

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A kitchen gadget company has been accused of sexism after posting an advert on its website for a range of pink appliances aimed at women.

People think this ad for pink kitchen gadgets is sexist

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A kitchen gadget company has been accused of sexism after posting an advert on its website for a range of pink appliances aimed at women.

‘Feud’ star Jessica Lange on the ways Hollywood is still failing women

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Jessica Lange knows very well that sometimes even an Oscar-winning actress has to reinvent herself. And perhaps that, more than possession of the gold trophy itself, is the key attribute she shares with Joan Crawford.

Lange, of course, plays Crawford in the FX limited series Feud: Bette and Joan, the latest in her acclaimed series of collaborations with writer-producer-director Ryan Murphy. The 10-episode show chronicles the long-simmering arch-rivalry between Hollywood grand dames Crawford…

‘Feud: Bette and Joan’ is about so much more than Hollywood’s most infamous catfight

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It was perhaps the most legendary metaphorical co-star catfight of Hollywood’s Golden Era. And it looks like Ryan Murphy is going to capture the conflict in all its spotlight-stealing, thunder-taking, glamorously bitchy glory.

FX’s latest Murphy-helmed limited series, Feud: Bette and Joan, which premieres March 5, chronicles the notoriously combative off-screen relationship/rivalry/personal hatred between two bona fide movie icons of their day, Joan Crawford and Bette Davis. The series takes…

‘Feud: Bette and Joan’ is about so much more than Hollywood’s most infamous catfight

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It was perhaps the most legendary metaphorical co-star catfight of Hollywood’s Golden Era. And it looks like Ryan Murphy is going to capture the conflict in all its spotlight-stealing, thunder-taking, glamorously bitchy glory.

FX’s latest Murphy-helmed limited series, Feud: Bette and Joan, which premieres March 5, chronicles the notoriously combative off-screen relationship/rivalry/personal hatred between two bona fide movie icons of their day, Joan Crawford and Bette Davis. The series takes…

Cry of the week: Viola Davis wins an Oscar and inspires us so much it hurts

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Welcome to our new weekly series “Cry of the Week,” in which we highlight whatever moment made us ugly cry on our couches the most in the past seven days.

You cannot stop a queen. Viola Davis’ win at Sunday’s 89th Annual Academy Awards was a career milestone and a victory for artists and women of color around the world. At 51, the actress is one step from an EGOT, starring in a hit TV show and has cemented herself as one of the powerhouse performers of a generation.

We cry pretty much every…

The great Garfield gender debate ends after Wikipedia edit war

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Garfield’s first appearance was on June 19, 1978. Garfield was created by Jim Davis. Garfield is a tabby cat. Garfield is male. These are all things you will learn about Garfield at first glance of the Wikipedia page “Garfield.”

You’ll cry just as hard at Viola Davis’ Oscars speech as you did at ‘Fences’

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Watch out, Grammys — Viola Davis is coming for you.