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Bachelor’s Jacqueline: Producers Used My Crying Audio for Arie, Becca Split

A crying game? Jacqueline Trumbull has a few secrets to share about how her Bachelor season went down — but she doesn’t have many regrets about what transpired on TV. “I cried a lot,” the 30-year-old star exclusively told Us Weekly during a game of “Bachelor Regrets” on the “Here for the Right Reasons” podcast…
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Star Hobson: Smith 'didn't think' about if daughter was in danger

THE mother of allegedly murdered toddler Star Hobson said she “didn’t think” about the danger she was putting her daughter in by spending the night with the woman who allegedly repeatedly assaulted her. Under cross-examination from prosecutor Alistair MacDonald QC, Frankie Smith said while injuries to 16-month-old Star “horrified” her,...
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Mariah Carey explains Christmas obsession

Mariah Carey "goes all the way in" at Christmas because of her difficult upbringing. The 52-year-old star always wants her eight-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe - who she has with ex-husband Nick Cannon - to have the "best time" over the festive season but admitted she's driven to make it a magical occasion because it helps her forget about the "depressing stuff" that's happened in her life.
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WATCH: Skipping Rocks On Newly Frozen Ice Sounds Like Star Wars Blasters

Ahhh, yes. One of my favorite pastimes in the early winter days here in Wisconsin. Just find any newly frozen body of water and throw a few rocks laying nearby. If the ice is thin enough, you’ll end up with a cool effect that sounds like Storm Troopers are firing on some pesky Rebels from an old Star Wars film. It’s awesome.

Star Trek memes from live-tweeting fan poke fond fun at TOS

One fan’s original Star Trek memes make reruns rib-tickling. If you’ve ever joined the live-tweeting fun during MeTV’s Saturday night broadcasts of Star Trek: The Original Series or the TOS portion of H&I’s #AllStarTrek block, you’ve probably noticed the same scenes you’re seeing on screen showing up in your feed, but with speech balloons added.

Jojo Siwa isn't ready to start dating following Kylie Prew split

Jojo Siwa isn’t ready to start dating again following her split from Kylie Prew. The 18-year-old star first revealed she was dating Kylie in February when she came out as a member of the LGBTQ community, but the pair ultimately split a few months later, with Jojo confirming their breakup on an episode of the ‘This Is Paris’ podcast earlier this month.

Star Hobson trial: Brockhill denies 'making Star suffer'

DOUBT was thrown on work records provided by Savannah Brockhill after videos she made of an “utterly exhausted” Star Hobson falling asleep in a bowl of food happened while she claimed to be working in Doncaster. Brockhill completed her defence evidence-in-chief today [Friday] at Bradford Crown Court in the trial...

Star Hobson trial: Brockhill said ‘I am a psycho’

A WOMAN accused of murder denied Googling ‘how to get rid of bruises’ in an attempt to “cover her tracks after assaulting Star Hobson”, court heard today. Savannah Brockhill, 28, of Hawthorn Close, Keighley, continued to be cross-examined by her co-accused Frankie Smith’s barrister Zafar Ali QC this morning [Wednesday] in the trial over the alleged murder of 16-month-old Star.

Review: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Is Bare Bones on Switch, Still a Classic

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is a role-playing game played from the first person, either solo or in a group with two other members. Combat is determined by background dice rolls, based on the old Star War Roleplaying Game, so twitch reflexes won’t save you from bad luck. In Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic you play as a person who gets caught into a larger plot involving a Dark Jedi called Malek—with a famous twist. It still has a compelling story with good character development (penned by now infamous writer Chris Avellone, who was accused of sexual misconduct last year), but for someone who hasn’t’ played Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic since the original on Xbox, relearning how to play its specific brand of third person role-playing game required me to relearn a few things.

Review – Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (Switch)

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (or KOTOR) is one of the best and most important Star Wars games of all time. It is also one of the best and most important RPGs of all time. It was the game that catapulted the (formerly) beloved studio Bioware into the mainstream, and also the game that finally allowed us to dive into a Star Wars story in which we were free to decide our fate based on our actions. It was the game that proved that the West knew how to make console RPGs that were as good as the ones produced en masse in Japan.

The Star Wars Hotel's Canonical Promotional Tour Joins the High Republic

In the old Star Wars Expanded Universe, it seemed like every character, no matter how minor, had had a run-in with Han Solo. In the new canon, everyone will somehow be connected to the Halcyon, aka the Galactic Starcruiser, aka Walt Disney World’s ludicrously expensive hotel/Star Wars LARP zone. Or at least…

“Twilight” star Kristen Stewart got married

The star of the vampire saga “Twilight” and the performer of the role of Princess Diana in one of the most anticipated films of this year “Spencer” about Princess Diana was married to her girlfriend. This conclusion was made by Western journalists and fans of the 31-year-old star after the publication of new photos of the lovers. The paparazzi managed to photograph the girls at the Los Angeles airport – both were wearing the same rings on their ring fingers. Moreover, both Kristen and Dylan wear jewelry on their left hand.
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Star Trek Has Always Loved Spores

This Star Trek article contains some spoilers for Prodigy episode 3, “Dreamcatcher.”. Spores are a big deal in Star Trek. This may sound like a retroactive canon thing, given that the propulsion system of the USS Discovery basically runs on mushrooms, but, the truth is, spores also gave Star Trek: The Original Series one of its most pivotal and important episodes: “This Side of Paradise.” Prior to Prodigy‘s release, we were told that the kid-geared series would be drawing inspiration from all corners of Trek universe and, in a kind of strange tribute to both the spores of Discovery and the spores of TOS, the new kids’ animated series Star Trek: Prodigy now also has its own spore-centric arc. Here’s what’s going on in the episode “Dreamcatcher,” and how the whole premise scans as a love letter to the Treks that came before.