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  • May 01, 2019 02:51 PM
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    True, it's not my favorite, but it is pretty entertaining at times. Um, I would actually have to say that Luke Combs winning the Top Country Artist, and Top Male Country Artist, was something that made it worth watching for me at least.
  • May 01, 2019 02:51 PM
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    The Billboard Music awards tend to get overlooked, in comparison to the Grammys. I'm sure there are many music fans out there who like it better. I say, that it all depends on who is performing. Some years are better than others. One topic I think we forget to mention is the duets and collaborations. It's not everyday that you get to see some hard hitting music makers sharing the same stage with one another. Insider wrote an article, breaking down their top 14 duets. I thought I'd share it.

    Top 14 Duets/Collabs:

    Madonna and Stevie Wonder paid tribute to Prince after his death in 2016

    Demi Lovato and Christina Aguilera debuted their song "Fall In Line" in 2018

    Shawn Mendes and Khalid took a stand against gun violence at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards

    Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton sang a sweet duet at the 2016 awards

    Florida Georgia Line performed alongside John Legend in 2017

    Stevie Wonder and Alicia Keys teamed up in 2012 to perform some of his classic hits

    Camila Cabello and Pharrell Williams brought "Sangria Wine" to the show in 2018.

    Alicia Keys, Angie Stone, and Eve performed together in 2001

    Iggy Azalea, Charli XCX, and Ariana Grande performed a mashup of their songs in 2014

    Kelly Clarkson, Salt-N-Pepa, and En Vogue closed out the 2018 show with an epic performance

    In 2011, Rihanna surprised fans with a remix of "S&M" featuring Britney Spears

    Macklemore and Kesha teamed up to perform their song "Good Old Days" in 2018

    Jordin Sparks and John Legend paid tribute to late singer Whitney Houston in 2012

    Britney Spears and Nicki Minaj did a mash-up featuring two huge hits in 2011

    I'd have to say that the Stevie Wonder/Alicia Keys one was good. I didn't know that Stevie Wonder had done more than one collaboration at the Billboard Music Awards. I definitely would like to see a little more variety in the coming years, but most if not all performers listed above are big names. What should be number one do you think? Is it missing a particular collaboration?

  • Apr 23, 2019 02:47 PM
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    NeoLogic Wrote:

    Oh, what about Cersei's 'SHAME' walk?

    Yeah, I'd have to add that one as well. One they forgot to put in the list was Joffery's wedding. I'm surprised that didn't make it into the bottom 5 at least.
  • Apr 23, 2019 02:47 PM
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    The show is coming to a close, but there is so much to go back on and think fondly of or wince at. Of course, it's all in a good way because, let's be honest, Game of Thrones is one of the best series ever made. So much detail, and depth. I don't think a single show has pulled at my nerves, and broken my heart as much as this show. Yet I keep coming back for more. I know I'll be rewatching everything once the show is up. I don't know about anyone else. Found a top ten article by Rollingstone. I wanted to get a gauge and see if anyone else agrees.

    10. An Oath to Fight a Giant (“The Watchers on the Wall,” Season Four)

    9. An Eye-Popping Defeat (“The Mountain and the Viper,” Season Four)

    8. Tyrion Confesses (“The Laws of Gods and Men,” Season Four)

    7. The Mother of Dragons Speaks Her Mother Tongue (“And Now His Watch Is Ended,” Season Three)

    5. The Red Wedding (“The Rains of Castamere,” Season Three)

    4. Jon Snow Meets the Night King (“Hardhome,” Season Five)

    3. Hodor Holds the Door (“The Door,” Season Six)

    2. Off With Ned’s Head (“Baelor,” Season One)

    1. Cersei Bombs the Sept (“The Winds of Winter,” Season Six)

    That was RollingStone's opinion. I agree, almost all belong in the top ten, but I think the order is out of whack. I'd say number one for me would be The Red Wedding. Never had I ever seen such brutality and Shakespearean tragedy played out so well. I think number 10 deserves a couple of bumps. That was the first instance we saw giants fight in the show. And watching that one giant charge down the icy hallway toward a bunch of terrified men was pretty epic. I would probably add one to the list and it also has to do with a giant. Whenever the last giant charges through the door and dies. That one was both epic and sad. So does anyone else agree with this list? Anything that should be added?

  • Mar 08, 2019 06:45 PM
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    Both good picks. I wonder who else they could get to change it up a bit.
  • Mar 08, 2019 06:45 PM
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    Ok, Bond 25 is going to begin shooting early this year, and it's more than likely Daniel Craig's last one. Debate has gone on for a while about it, but most people tend to agree. He was great, I have to say. He completely rebranded the Bond franchise, taking it out of the cheesy Goldeneye days, and into something moody and more realistic, much like what the Dark Knight series did for the Batman franchise. So who's it gonna be? Found an article full of speculation. Here's the list of who they think it's going to be.

    1. Idris Elba

    2. Tom Hardy

    3 Tom Hiddleston

    4. Richard Madden

    5. Cillian Murphy

    6. James Norton

    If I could wave a wand and choose, it would be between, Elba, Hardy, Hiddleston and Murphy. I think Murphy would carry on the darker/grittier Bond that we see today, think anti-hero. What do you think? Also, who's your favorite Bond? It's a close race between Timothy Dalton and Roger Moore for me.

  • Feb 17, 2019 05:09 PM
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    I'm on board for it going forward. Don't get me started on the musical numbers. Most fall very flat at best. It gets me looking for the person holding the "Applaud/Laugh" cards in the audience. To be honest, if they did away with them altogether, I wouldn't even notice.
  • Feb 11, 2019 07:14 PM
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    NeoLogic Wrote:

    Brings me to Kacey Musgraves winning Best Album. I haven't listened to it, yet. But was actually close to queuing it up on Spotify because two different people I trust told me its a really good album. So happy and a bit surprised to see her win.

    Yes! Kacey Musgraves. I saw her just randomly on the CMAs this year singing 'Slow Burn'. I was hooked. She's so deserving of accolades. Her and Childish Gambino both are such unique and talented artists. It's good to see deserving artists actually win a music award amongst the political junk awards ceremonies pull.

  • Jan 22, 2019 04:48 PM
    Last: 4mo
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    I remember seeing this one last year:

    Netflix - The Cloverfield Paradox

    Cloverfield pretty much always had solid trailers. This one definitely falls into that category.

  • Jan 27, 2019 06:11 PM
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    I think the most iconic celebrity ad has to be the Cindy Crawford Pepsi commercial from the 90's:

    Pepsi - Beautfiul