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    Adam Sandler brushed off claims that his upcoming movie is racist in his first public response to Native American actors walking off the set.


    "It was just a misunderstanding and, once the movie is out, will be cleared up," Sandler told The Associated Press on Saturday regarding the controversy over his Western satire "The Ridiculous Six."


    Sandler's remarks come three months after about a dozen Native American extras and a cultural adviser quit the movie, pointing to scenes and language they said reinforced negative stereotypes, including a female character named Beaver's Breath, a woman urinating while smoking a peace pipe and the use of chicken feathers on teepees. 


    Sandler also defended the film to Screen Crush on Saturday.


    "I talked to some of the actors on the set who were there and let them know that the intention of the movie is 100 percent to just make a funny movie," he said. "It’s really about American Indians being good to my character and about their family and just being good people. There’s no mocking of American Indians at all in the movie. It’s a pro-Indian movie. So hopefully when people see it -- whoever was offended on set and walked out -- I hope they realize that, and that’s it. It was kinda taken out of context."


    Cell phone video of the actors voicing their concerns revealed one producer telling the Native Americans, “Here’s the thing -- if you are overly sensitive about it … then you should probably leave." Another crew member says the scenes are not racist because Sandler "is playing a person that loves [Native Americans]."


    Sandler is starring in and producing "The Ridiculous Six" for a Netflix-only release in December. Netflix attempted to sweep the controversy under the rug in April.


    "The movie has ridiculous in the title for a reason: because it is ridiculous," the online streaming service said in a statement. "It is a broad satire of Western movies and the stereotypes they popularized, featuring a diverse cast that is not only part of -- but in on -- the joke."


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    As the film industry continues to grapple with a glaring gender disparity when it comes to women in production, director Ava DuVernay has offered a suggestion on breaking the Hollywood mold.


     During her keynote address at this year’s annual BlogHer conference in New York City on Saturday, the “Selma” director shared this advice to women and people of color looking to excel in Hollywood: “Follow the white guys.”


    “You gotta follow the white guys. Truly. They’ve got this thing wired. Too often, we live within their games, so why would you not study what works?” she said during the panel moderated by Women and Hollywood founder, Melissa Silverstein. 


    DuVernay assured audiences that women holding and aspiring to leadership roles should continue to forge their own paths and maintain their originality -- while picking up on those cues that lead to success rather than replicating the trajectories and behaviors of those in charge. Take away the bad stuff -- because there’s a lot -- and use the savvy interesting stuff and figure out how they can apply. It’s a good one for the ladies,” she said.


    The 42-year-old filmmaker went on to tell the crowd of female bloggers and media professionals how women and people of color have been accustomed to asking permission instead of pursuing the things they want.


    "Women have been trained in our culture and society to ask for what we want instead of taking what we want,” she said. “We've been really indoctrinated with this culture of permission. I think it’s true for women, and I think it’s true for people of color. It’s historic, and it’s unfortunate and has somehow become part of our DNA. But that time has passed.”


    DuVernay's most recent comments follow her appearance on AOL’s MAKERS series, where she spoke on the new opportunities for women to break into the film industry.


    “There are new ways to do things," she said during the episode. "New ways to shoot, new ways to monetize, new ways to distribute, new audiences to find, new ways to communicate with them that don’t require some old man telling you ‘you can do it.’ So now that’s the case, and we know it’s the case, we need to begin.” 


    Watch more of Ava DuVernay’s BlogHer conference keynote speech in the clip above and below.


    (Hat tip: The Hollywood Reporter)


     




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    McDonald's is putting on a showstopper to lure Hispanic customers into lovin' it.


    In a new ad for Spanish-language television, Leslie Grace, a Dominican-American singer known as the Princess of Bachata, headlines a Broadway-style musical number with lots of razzle-dazzle, but not a lot of food.


    Grace hangs out at McD's with a case of writer's block as the spot begins, when an employee (played by the video's director and choreographer, Daniel Campos) encourages her to look around for inspiration. It goes full-Broadway from there. Grace sings and dances her way through a tweaked version of her song "Solita Me Voy." 


    McDonald's has a reputation for multicultural commercials. In 2014, the restaurant chain won Marketer of the Year award from the The Association of Hispanic Advertising Agencies.


    But this might be McDonald's happiest meal yet.



    McDonald's: Lovin’, el musical de McDonald’s starring Leslie Grace

     


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    Want to plan an amazing proposal? Just ask Ed Sheeran for help.


     

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    Kaitlyn Bristowe candidly opened up about cyberbullying and the death threats she's received during "The Bachelorette: Men Tell All" special Monday night. 


    The 30-year-old, who sparked controversy thanks to her honesty about sex on the show, got emotional while discussing the hurtful comments she has read about herself during this season of the dating show.


    "When it's thousands and thousands of comments after comments just pouring in, of people hating ... like, I get death threats. That hurts," Bristowe said.


    Host Chris Harrison also read some of the worst messages the Alberta-born beauty received out loud, proving that starring on "The Bachelorette" isn't always fun. 


    Just watch the video above to see what Bristowe had to face during the show. 


    "The Bachelorette" Season 11 finale will air on Monday, July 27 on ABC. 


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    Regardless of whether or not you're a believer on team Jon Snow Lives, the actor has officially been spotted in Belfast, Northern Ireland -- and there is finally real, solid, visual evidence ... we think. 


    According to "Game of Thrones" fan site Watchers on the Wall, a fan reported she was on the same plane headed to Belfast as Harington earlier this week and she has the photos to prove it. (Head to WotW to check out two photos of Harington exiting the plane at what appears to be the Belfast airport.) What does this mean, though?





    Belfast is home to the "Game of Thrones" production offices, and a handful of the cast arrived there recently for the Season 6 table read. Everyone from Emilia Clarke to Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has been spotted arriving for the script read-through. Previously, there were murmurs on Reddit that Harington was seen in Belfast by fans and reportedly told one admirer that he could not take any photos (Hmm). Now that we have proof the actor was in Belfast, it can only mean a handful of things.


    For one, Harington might be in Northern Ireland to film Jon Snow's funeral scenes, if Season 6 decides to show those. This happened with Charles Dance, who returned for Tywin Lannister's funeral scene in Season 5. What the rest of us are hoping is that Harington's appearance means the actual return of Jon Snow, whether he's resurrected, reborn, becomes a White Walker, or one of the other many fan theories proves true. Or it could just mean Harington was visiting Belfast unrelated to the "Thrones" production (but we refuse to believe that).


    Harington and the "GoT" showrunners have all confirmed Jon's death on the show, as well as director David Nutter, who even confirmed the character's demise to President Barack Obama. But, like Clarke, we still believe. The actress told MTV News recently that she thinks there's a "50/50 chance" Jon will return. Plus, one new Season 6 filming location might signal a storyline related to Bran, which could reveal Jon's true parentage. All men must have hope.


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    We know what you're thinking -- the Kardashians need to be on TV even more


    Well, someone at FYI agrees with you because the network just green-lit eight one-hour episodes of Khloe Kardashian's new primetime talk show, “Kocktails with Khloe.”


    The show, which will premiere in late 2015, will feature "celebrity guests and friends," who will join the 31-year-old "in the kitchen and around the table for an intimate dinner party filled with cooking, pop culture, conversation and outrageously fun party games," according to the press release. 


    In addition to hosting duties, Kardashian will also serve as executive producer. 


    “Kocktails with Khloe' is something I'm extremely proud of and I'm excited to execute it with my amazing partners ..." she said in a statement. "I'm lucky that I've been able to invite fans into my life and home on a weekly basis and this show will give me an opportunity to continue to do that with new and exciting guests." 


    She also announced the news on Instagram on Tuesday with a photo of herself with a glass of wine. (Oddly enough, she wasn't drinking a cocktail, but hey, close enough, right?)


    Kardashian won't be the first member of her family to try out the talk show game. Her mother Kris Jenner's talk show "Kris," was canceled after a six-week test run on Fox in 2013. 



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    "I am not my bulimia."


    "I am not my panic attacks."


    "I am not my sexual assault." 


    These are just a few of the deepest, darkest thoughts that people have revealed to photographer Steve Rosenfield in his photo series "What I Be."


    Over the past five years, Rosenfield has asked 2,500 people to share some of their most "intimate insecurities" with each participant finishing the sentence: "I am not my ___ ." Participants share insecurities that stem from a range of personal issues, qualities and experiences that include mental illness, sexuality, body image, sexual abuse, gender identity and skin color. 


    "By stating 'I am not my ___,' [participants] are claiming that they do in fact struggle with these issues, but it does not define who they are as a person," Rosenfield wrote on his website. "They are not denying their insecurity, they are owning it." 


    The result of people owning their insecurities is undeniably powerful. 


    Although the project includes people of all genders, the gender that's most highly represented is women. The women featured share experiences of body image, sexual assault, eating disorders and countless other intimate anxieties. 



    "I am not my skin."


    Eighty percent of the 2,500 participants are women Rosenfield told The Huffington Post. "I definitely think that women are more accepted in society to share their feelings and vulnerabilities where as for men, we are taught to 'be tough' or 'suck it up,'" he said. "One of the biggest insecurities a man has is sharing his insecurity."


    "What I’m out to accomplish with the project, is to show we are all struggling with something," he said. "Doesn’t matter if we are male or female, famous or not, we all have insecurities and vulnerabilities." 


    Rosenfield created the project in 2010 and has been photographing people of all ethnicities, genders and ages across the U.S. He visits colleges, music festivals, yoga studios and more, looking for people to photograph. As the project has grown, more and more people have reached out to Rosenfield to get involved.  


    "We all have a story to tell and we all want to share it without being judged," Rosenfield said. "I want to show as many people as possible that it’s OK to be us and comfortable in our own skin."


    Take a look at 26 women owning their deepest, darkest insecurities, by sharing them. 



    Head over to Rosenfield's website to see more of his work. 


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    Sorry, T. Swift, but Sasha Obama has set the new standard for squad goals. 


    The 14-year-old and two of her friends were photographed boarding and exiting Air Force One on July 17 as they made their way to New York City with the president, aka Sasha's dad. The youngest Obama and her friends looked like they were having a blast, paying no attention to POTUS and enjoying each other's company instead. 





    Swift has popularized the girl squad since starting her 1989 World Tour with Haim and releasing her music video for "Bad Blood" featuring an all-female celebrity cast. The 25-year-old's "Bad Blood" co-stars occasionally join her on stage at her concerts and populate her Instagram account. 



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    This YouTuber has taken her love for "Orange Is the New Black" to a whole new level. 


    As her way of congratulating the show (and its cast) on its four Emmy nominations, Sara Amini uploaded a video of herself doing spot-on impressions of some of our favorite Litchfield inmates. 


    The video offers Amini's take on how the cast members would have reacted to their nominations and it's perfect. She totally nails every character from Piper to Black Cindy and even Big Boo. Jenji Kohan would be so proud! 


    Just watch the video above to see for yourself.


    (H/T Indiewire)


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    In the 1970s, Bill Cosby created "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids," a Saturday-morning cartoon series based loosely on his Philadelphia childhood that promoted good behavior and morality.


    The comedian's private life around the same time was at odds with his squeaky-clean public image. As Cosby himself acknowledged decades later, the married man obtained quaaludes to give to women he wanted to have sex with.


    The gap between the public Cosby, the long-time role model and moralist, and the private Cosby, the philanderer fighting accusations he drugged and sexually assaulted women, is what prompted a federal judge this month to unseal parts of the entertainer's 2005-06 deposition in a sexual abuse lawsuit.


    Cosby, 78, denies his accusers' assault accusations, most of which were made long after the statute of limitations had expired, and has not been charged with a crime.


    Here is a look at Cosby's career and persona through the decades, stacked up against what his accusers say he did behind closed doors.


     



     


    1960s


    In public: Cosby dropped out of college to pursue a career in stand-up, releasing several best-selling albums whose PG-rated observational comedy drew heavily on his childhood. Then, after a star turn in the groundbreaking TV show "I Spy," he played an upstanding high school gym teacher in NBC's short-lived "The Bill Cosby Show."


    In private: Joan Tarshis alleges Cosby drugged and assaulted her in 1969, when she was 19.


    1970s


    In public: In addition to creating "Fat Albert" and supplying some of the characters' voices, Cosby starred in "The Electric Company," an educational TV show for children. He also appeared in the first of countless Jell-O commercials with adorable kids. He returned to school and got a doctorate in education.


    In private: At least two women say Cosby drugged and assaulted them. A third says Cosby forced her to perform a sex act on him in the Playboy Mansion in 1974, when she was 15. In the deposition that became public in recent days, Cosby acknowledged he used quaaludes in the '70s "the same as a person would say, 'Have a drink.'" He denied giving the party drug to women without their knowledge.


    1980s


    In public: Cosby released the acclaimed film "Bill Cosby: Himself," which focused on the trials and tribulations of raising children. Then came the debut of his biggest hit and the nation's No. 1 sitcom, "The Cosby Show." His portrayal of Dr. Cliff Huxtable — sweater-wearing obstetrician and playful, doting and wise father of five — cemented his image as America's Dad.


    Away from "The Cosby Show" set, Cosby, who always worked clean, chided Eddie Murphy for his foul-mouthed comedy, as recounted by Murphy in his 1987 stand-up film "Raw."


    In private: At least eight women, including model Janice Dickinson, say Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted them, or made unwanted sexual advances.


     



     


    2000s


    In public: President George W. Bush awarded Cosby the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, for having "used the power of laughter to heal wounds and to build bridges." In 2004, Cosby delivered what became known as the "pound cake" speech, lamenting social dysfunction in urban black neighborhoods, criticizing single motherhood and saggy pants, and accusing some blacks of squandering opportunities made possible by the civil rights movement. He later toured the country talking to young black men and women about morals and responsibility.


    In private: Temple University basketball administrator Andrea Constand says Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her at his suburban Philadelphia mansion in 2004. In the deposition he gave as part of a lawsuit settled in 2006, Cosby said that he gave Constand the cold medicine Benadryl and that they had consensual sexual contact. A prosecutor declined to file charges, saying there wasn't enough evidence.


    Another accuser, model Chloe Goins, came forward this year to report that Cosby drugged and sexually abused her at the Playboy Mansion in 2008. Cosby's lawyer has said he wasn't at the mansion on the night in question. Her accusation is under investigation by California authorities.


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    Associated Press writers Frazier Moore and Hillel Italie in New York and Anthony McCartney in Los Angeles contributed to this story.


     


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    Gwyneth Paltrow may have introduced us to the concept of "conscious uncoupling" when she and Chris Martin separated last year, but even she admits that co-parenting isn't always easy. 


    During her keynote interview at the BlogHer conference in New York City last Friday, the actress talked about raising kids Apple and Moses with the Coldplay frontman, even when the exes aren't necessarily seeing eye-to-eye. 


    "It's's been hard, and you know, we've gone through really difficult times with it but we've always said these children are our priority," she said "What that really means is, 'Even though today, you hate me and you never want to see me again, we're going to brunch, 'cause it's Sunday and that's what we'll do!' You know, like, 'That's what's happening!' The children are our commitment."  


    When it comes to post-divorce parenting, the actress has certainly put her money where her mouth is. This year, the former couple, whose divorce was finalized in April, spent Valentine's Day at the beach with the kiddos -- and in April, they headed to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico for a family vacation. 


     At the BlogHer conference on Friday, Paltrow gave props to Martin for his part in making the transition easier for everyone. 


    "He's a great dad and so, I feel lucky that we both, along the way, have been able to really put down our own stuff while we're together with the family and that we make it a priority to be together so that the transition for the children wasn't, you know, as brutal as it could be," she said. 


    Gwyneth and Chris: proof positive that you can play nice -- and get brunch! -- with your ex for the kids' sake. 


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    As more celebrities join Snapchat, it can be tough to know who is worth the add and who should just stick to Instagram, Twitter, and/or any other form of social media.


    Snapchat stories can take a while to load and use a lot of data, so it's best not to add the celebs who will waste your time, GBs and battery with their lousy stories. Thus, we have compiled a list of the best celebrities to add on Snapchat. You're welcome.


     


    Calvin Harris (Calvinharris)



    Calvin Harris is worth the add on Snapchat for a myriad of reasons. Not only does the DJ often tease new tracks via the app, but he also has a hilarious group of friends that often make cameos. Plus, who knows: maybe soon we'll be privy to some snaps of his lady love, Taylor Swift.


     


    Ariana Grande (Moonlightbae)



    Everyone's favorite doughnut-licking patriot is on Snapchat, and she does not shy away from those 100+ second stories. 


     


    Bella Hadid (Babybels777)



    Model of the moment Bella Hadid is a Snapchat pro. From adorable selfies to capturing her very famous friends at their best (and worst), she gives us a real behind-the-scenes look at her life and Yolanda Foster's gorgeous Malibu home. Thank you, Bella. 


     


    Kaitlyn Bristowe (Snapbackbean)



    This season's Bachelorette is a must-add for any member of Bachelor Nation. From post-show recaps to adorable and hilarious selfies, she kills it. Plus, we don't mind getting to see some of our favorite past contestants in her frequently updated stories. Looking at you, Becca Tilley.


     


    Paris Hilton (Realparishilton)



    Ever wonder what it's like to be Paris Hilton? Just add her on Snapchat! The socialite essentially live-streams her life via Snapchat and we could not be more grateful. She can often be found in exotic locations, on luxurious yachts, or donning blinged-out headphones behind her DJ booth.


     


    Joe Jonas (Joseadam)



    Not only does Joe Jonas bring the lols on Instagram, his Snapchat game is also extremely strong. Perks of adding him include footage of his little brother, Nick (Maybe you've heard of him?) in concert, and potential snaps of his gorgeous girlfriend, Gigi Hadid. 


     


    Ashley Benson (Benzo33)



    Good thing there is always fantastic cell reception in Rosewood for A to blast the pretty little liars with texts, because we are also privy to A+ snaps from the show's Ashley Benson. Aside from fun selfies you can also peep all her behind-the-scenes fun on set!


     


    Hannah Bronfman (Hannahbgood)



    Hannah Bronfman's Snapchat feels like a Pinterest board come to life. Add the model, DJ and founder of HBfit.com for inspiration on how to live your best and most glamorous life. Also, the cameos by her celeb friends are a total plus!


     


    Rihanna (Rihanna)



    It's pretty much impossible for Rihanna to be bad at Snapchat, considering everything she says and does is worth documentation. Rihanna's stories are even better than most though because they are captured through the lens of her personal assistant. Getting to see what life with Rihanna is really like? Yes, please!


     


    Kylie Jenner (Kylizzlemynizzl)



    And last but certainly last is the star whose Snapchat probably gets her in the most trouble. Ever since joining Snapchat, Kylie Jenner has made it a point to document her life (and ever-changing hair colors) constantly. From singing lessons with BFF Pia Mia, to videos of her two adorable pups, Kylie Jenner can't get enough of Snapchat, and we can't get enough of her on Snapchat.


    Did we miss anyone? Sound off in the comments! Who is your favorite celebrity to follow on Snapchat?


    P.S. I know I'm not "technically" a celebrity but feel free to add me, JackieOProblems, on Snapchat for a behind-the-scenes look at what it's like being a super kawaii 20-something living and working in New York City. 



     


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    Are those.. mom jeans?



     


     If you still weren't convinced that Kim Kardashian did her Vogue España photo shoot mostly natural and makeup-free, perhaps these new images will convince you.


    The cover star took to Instagram Tuesday to share more images from inside the glossy. Photographer Theo Wenner's goal for the spread was, according to Kardashian, to simply "capture me being me." 


     



     


    Shot at The Beverly Hills Hotel, the shoot features Kardashian in way more comfortable clothing than we're used to seeing on her. In one of the images, Kardashian even explains she was trying to take a nap. Followers have already taken to social media to praise the unexpected look, using the hashtag #KimNoFilter. 



     


    Fans of the reality star already get a glimpse into her personal life thanks in part to "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," but with this magazine spread, readers get a much more real look. 



     


    The pregnant mom called it her "favorite shoot" she's ever done, and we must say, we're kind of obsessed with this undone look on her, too. 






     


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    Anne Hathaway knows how to laugh at herself.


    The actress saw "Trainwreck" and shared a photo of her movie ticket on her Instagram account Monday, and anyone who's seen the Amy Schumer comedy knows it features a joke about Hathaway. In the movie, when Bill Hader's character carries his award around after a ceremony, Schumer jokes that he's acting like Anne Hathaway at the Oscars.


    But Hathaway can take a joke and shared the perfect response in her Instagram caption. "Dear @AmySchumer," the "Les Misérables" actress wrote, "Don't pretend like when you win your Oscar -- which you could for your brilliant and refreshing writing and/or acting in @TrainwreckMovie -- you won't tote it around to every Oscar party you go to. Way to slay, Annie." Way to slay Schumer's slay, Hathaway.



    On Tuesday, Schumer tweeted about her love for Hathaway and blamed "Trainwreck" director Judd Apatow for the joke.




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    Are we excited for the new season of "Fargo"? You betcha!


    FX has released short teasers for the upcoming second season of the series, but now the first full-length trailer is here, and boy, is it good. Season 2 of the series takes place before the events of the freshman season, traveling back to 1979 in Sioux Falls. Fans of Season 1 will remember Keith Carradine's Lou Solverson, Molly's (Allison Tollman) father, referencing a massacre in Sioux Falls that we'll finally learn about this season. In this jump back in time, we follow Patrick Wilson's young Lou as a state cop recently returned from a tour in Vietnam.


    In the trailer, we also meet Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons' couple, along with the rest of the cast, including Nick Offerman, Ted Danson, Jean Smart, Brad Garrett and Nick Offerman.


    "Fargo" premieres in Oct. on FX.



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    Even Disney Channel stars need a detox from their devices.


    What do the cast members of "K.C. Undercover" do when they want to get away from technology? With summer vacation still going strong, the Disney stars shared with HuffPost Teen how they make the most of their summer trips by taking a step back from their devices. So how does Zendaya, who stars as K.C. Cooper herself, spend her time away from technology?


    "Giving back!" she told HuffPost. "I am spending part of my summer in South Africa working with the UNAIDS Foundation to help spread awareness about HIV/AIDS. I spent an amazing day at the University of Johannesburg meeting the beautiful young people of South Africa and dancing with Nico and Vinz."


    Veronica Dunne, who plays K.C.'s BFF Marisa, said she enjoys "turning everything off and just being in nature." 


    "I also love to read," she said.



    Trinitee Stokes said pulling the plug on technology made a recent family trip to Jamaica that much sweeter.


    "We turned off our cell phones and focused on our family and trying things at the resort that we wouldn't normally try," she said.


    Kamil McFadden explained how cutting down on his cell phone use encourages more face-to-face interaction with his friends -- with no beeping and buzzing to distract from quality time.


    "When I hang out with my friends, I make it a point to limit the amount of time I'm on my phone," he said.  



    With some inspiration from the cast of "K.C. Undercover," taking a step back from technology can be pretty easy.


    The next episode of Zendaya's spy comedy "K.C. Undercover" is centered around the family's much needed vacation from spy work, which is spoiled when K.C. is determined to find a missing heiress.  The episode, "K.C. and the Vanishing Lady," will air as part of the special "Whodunit?" weekend event premiering Friday, July 24 - Sunday, July 26 (8:00 p.m. ET/PT) on Disney Channel, which features all new mystery themed episodes of Disney's hit shows. Fans can see the full schedule on Disney Channel's website.


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    Bindi Irwin is officially dating! 


    The almost 17-year-old revealed to Entertainment Tonight, "There is someone special in my life right now, and I'm really happy with that." 


    "Life is wonderful at the moment," she continued. 


    The Australian teen didn't reveal any name of who the special person might be, but ET notes she's been spotted hanging out with professional wakeboarder Chandler Powell


    Irwin also revealed her most desired qualities in a boyfriend. 


    "He would have to be very kind and loyal," she told ET. "You've got to love the outdoors, you've got to be able to go camping and love wildlife and have that same passion for making the world a better place." 


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    The nominees for the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards were announced on Tuesday and -- though Nicki Minaj was nominated for Best Female Video and Best Hip-Hop Video for "Anaconda," and was also nominated for Best Collaboration for "Bang Bang," with Jessie J and Ariana Grande -- the rapper wasn't happy. 


    Specifically, Minaj took issue with the fact that "Anaconda" failed to garner nominations for Video of the Year and in the professional category of Best Choreography (Casper Smart was behind the video's moves). She was also confused as to how her's and Beyonce's song, "Feeling Myself," failed to be nominated for anything.  


    In a series of tweets, the 32-year-old laid out her issues with the VMA nominations: 


























    After pausing for a few hours, she took to Twitter again:


     








    Minaj's tweet about videos that celebrate "women with very slim bodies" prompted Taylor Swift, who is nominated for four awards including Video of the Year for "Bad Blood" to write: 





    Minaj shot back:  








    But then Swift invited Minaj to join her on stage if the "Bad Blood" singer wins:





    Minaj was not impressed with Swift's offer and she retweeted a fan who felt Swift was making excuses:





    The rapper then followed up with her own tweet:





    Minaj performed "Anaconda" at last year's VMAs shortly after the video debuted, much to the delight of pretty much the entire Internet.  


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    Just FYI, if you're a normal human being who happens to spot Shaquille O'Neal at a bar and asks for a picture, it might be hard for you to get your head in the frame, as the five-foot-two Danielle Estefan comically discovered on Monday.



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    Estefan was at her neighborhood sports bar in Doral, Florida, when she and her friend spotted "this huge 'wall'" with his back initially turned away from them. When Estefan realized the identity of the wall, she tapped Shaq on the back and asked for a picture.


    From the very first moment of the encounter between the young artist and the basketball-playing barrier, there was an issue with the, uh, height discrepancy.


    "He turned around and had to look waaaay down to find me," Estefan told HuffPost in an email. In parentheses, she added, "he totally looked past the top of my head."


    According to Estefan, Shaq agreed to the photo and then took a few more with other patrons and employees of the bar, as well. On any given night, dozens of other poorly framed photographs must be brought into existence with "the James Franco of sports."


    It's said that the Great Wall of China can be seen from space, but the Great Wall of Shaq is so big, you can similarly lose your very self in the magnificence.


    "Everything after [getting the picture] was sort of a blur," Estefan said. "We were so starstruck."


     

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