Game Of Thrones Gift Guide: The Most Insanely Ridiculous And Awesome Products You Can Buy

On April 21, 2014, in Article, Celeb, eBooks, Music, Videos, by nadia

View Photo Gallery When it comes to HBO’s Game of Thrones, fans are hardcore. Because the book and TV series are so intense, there is no faking it. You’re either all the way in or out.


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When it comes to HBO’s Game of Thrones, fans are hardcore. Because the book and TV series are so intense, there is no faking it. You’re either all the way in or out. With season four underway, hype and fandom is more crazy than ever. That’s why we gathered together our favorite Game of Thrones gifts — for the intensely fanatic GOT viewer in your life.

There is literally something for everybody. The show has spawned its own jewelry line, beer and life size replica of the throne itself (if you’re willing to fork over $30,000). So the next time you’re shopping for a birthday, anniversary or even Christmas gift, you need to go no further than this post.


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Will The Real Jennifer Lawrence Please Stand Up? Everyday People With Celebrity Names

On April 21, 2014, in Article, Celeb, eBooks, Music, Videos, by nadia

View Photo/Video Gallery Life as a celebrity must be pretty sweet, but what is life like if you happen to have the same name as a major star? When you think about it, names like Robin Williams and Janet Jackson are relatively common, prompting us to go on a search for everyday people who live life with well-known monikers. We mined the interwebs to find various people willing to share their daily frustrations, flubs, and funny stories that stem from the fact that they’re frequently mistaken for someone else


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Life as a celebrity must be pretty sweet, but what is life like if you happen to have the same name as a major star? When you think about it, names like Robin Williams and Janet Jackson are relatively common, prompting us to go on a search for everyday people who live life with well-known monikers.

We mined the interwebs to find various people willing to share their daily frustrations, flubs, and funny stories that stem from the fact that they’re frequently mistaken for someone else. And with all their charisma and wit, we started to think they might actually be more interesting than the stars who bear their names!

Watch our video featuring four of the people who talked with us, and then hop into our gallery to read the hilarious stories from more folks with famous names.

[Photo Credit: Getty Images/provided photographs]

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Samantha Harris: I Don’t Want My Daughters To Be Afraid About Breast Cancer Diagnosis

On April 20, 2014, in Celeb, by ayesha

Samantha Harris says it was a gut feeling that led her to believe the lump in her breast was something that had to be checked up on. The former Dancing with the Stars co-host and ET correspondent opened up to ABC News recently to talk about her journey and not wanting her daughters Josselyn, 6, and Hillary, 3, “to be afraid.” She told Amy Robach, “It took me four months to go, ‘This doesn’t sit right with me. Four months later, when I went to see my specialist, I had a needle biopsy, after two ultrasounds, and I had an MRI right before we scheduled a lumpectomy” She continued, “Even the pathology they do in the operating room said no cancer, so I came out and my husband (Michael Hess), right next to me, said, ‘Babe, you’re all clear’.

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Samantha Harris says it was a gut feeling that led her to believe the lump in her breast was something that had to be checked up on. The former Dancing with the Stars co-host and ET correspondent opened up to ABC News recently to talk about her journey and not wanting her daughters Josselyn, 6, and Hillary, 3, “to be afraid.”

She told Amy Robach, “It took me four months to go, ‘This doesn’t sit right with me. Four months later, when I went to see my specialist, I had a needle biopsy, after two ultrasounds, and I had an MRI right before we scheduled a lumpectomy”

She continued, “Even the pathology they do in the operating room said no cancer, so I came out and my husband (Michael Hess), right next to me, said, ‘Babe, you’re all clear’. I didn’t even take him to the follow up because I thought I didn’t have cancer.”

When she found out she did have breast cancer she was alone in her doctor’s office.

“I started to realize that they kept saying the word ‘Carcinoma’. That means cancer, so I guess I have cancer. Then the tears welled up in my eyes and it wasn’t until the surgeon left the room that all I wanted to do was crumble into my husband’s arms.”

Harris said she and her husband will tell their girls separately due to their varying ages The 40-year-old stated, “I want them to hear from me first what Mommy has and that I’m going to be fine. I don’t want them to be afraid.”

She plans to undergo surgery for a double mastectomy and plans to make a video diary documenting her health journey which they might show their daughters at a later date.

According to E! News – Harris also told People,  “The day we found out while it was still fresh in our minds, we made a video. I don’t know if we’ll end up showing it to them, but at least we have the option. Having lost my dad when he was just 50, I was lucky because I was 22 and I’d had him through my whole adolescence.”

“No matter how positive of a diagnosis as I have, it doesn’t keep the demons of fear from taking over your mind and your thought process and thinking about the girls and thinking about [how] my dad wasn’t able to walk me down the aisle,” she added. “I will be here to plan my daughters’ weddings and they better like the dress I pick.”

Last week she posted a cute photo of Hillary via WhoSay alongside the caption: “Nothing like a little girlie nail salon with our 3-yr-old playing manicurist! Makes EVERYTHING worthwhile! #momFirst.”

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