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I Took Pregnancy Advice From Famous People

Being pregnant is so confusing. What do you eat? How much do you vomit? Only a celebrity would know the answer.

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Thom Browne Showed the Fashion Unicorn of Your Dreams

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Bill de Blasio Was Knocked Over During a Softball Game

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Report: Tillerson Called Trump a ‘Moron’ for Comparing War to Renovating a Restaurant

The secretary of State was reportedly close to quitting in July until several top administration officials convinced him not to.

The New Kesha Still Loves the Old Ke$ha

She told Rolling Stone, “I wouldn’t change all the Worst Dressed lists.”

Condé Nast Announces New LGBTQ-Focused Publication

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