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Lindsey Stirling Plays Violin While Ballroom Dancing Because She's That Freaking Amazing

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Just when you thought you had all the contestants figured out on Dancing With the Stars, Lindsey Stirling hits you with a major curve ball. Just before the finale, the violinist brought out her secret weapon for her freestyle with pro Mark Ballas on Monday night. Not only did the pair creatively imitate two conductors during their fun-filled number, but at one point, Stirling actually broke out her instrument and managed to flawlessly play and dance At The Same Time. Yes, really. Get ready to have your mind blown. »

- Kelsie Gibson

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The 23 Best New Books of Winter Will Have You Hibernating Over the Holidays

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Brenda Janowitz is the Popsugar books correspondent. She is the author of five novels, including The Dinner Party. Brrr, it's getting cold out there. The holiday season is upon us and the snow will be falling soon, but don't fret. I've got just the thing for your Winter blues. I'm ready to tell you what to read after you hit the slopes and settle in to relax by that warm fire. So grab a hot chocolate, and get ready - I've got the best new books of Winter! RelatedThe 2018 Popsugar Reading Challenge Is Here! »

- Brenda Janowitz

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Pink Performed on a Skyscraper at the AMAs, So Everyone Else Can Go Home Now

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Pink has done it again. The noted performer took her American Music Awards appearance to new heights when she performed the title track from her latest album, Beautiful Trauma, on the side of the Marriott hotel in La. The proud mother of two shared behind-the-scenes footage of herself panicking during rehearsals just days before. "I don't know if I can do this," she confessed. "This is by far the craziest, most insane thing I've ever attempted to do." It's safe to say Pink conquered her fears like the true badass that she is. »

- Terry Carter

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7 Truths About Life in Your 20s, According to Millennial Authors

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Ah, your 20s are an exciting time. They're a constant roller coaster of unexpected responsibilities and constant uncertainties. When you don't feel like you have all the answers, you feel like you know absolutely nothing at all. No matter how fun Fergie made it sound, it's not nearly as glamorous as we all once imagined. Whether it's healing hangovers, mending heartbreak, paying overdue bills, or being too afraid to call your parents, getting it together is certainly a journey, not a destination. But don't worry - as we learned from the following authors, you're not alone. Related15 Books to Give Your Friends Going Through a Quarter-Life Crisis »

- Zack Peter

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How Call Me by Your Name Leaves Tiny Breadcrumbs For Lovers of the Book

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Call Me by Your Name hits theaters on Nov. 24, telling the tale of a powerful romance between two men during a fleeting Summer in Italy. The new film is an adaptation of the 2007 novel of the same name by André Aciman. While there are overt aspects of the film that really help it shine - the remarkable performances of fresh face Timothée Chalamet and the lovely Armie Hammer and the dreamy soundtrack are immediate standouts - there's plenty of beauty to be found in the film's smaller details. Having read the book, I couldn't help but notice a small detail that seemed to bleed into the onscreen adaptation. The paradoxical nature of the detail is that it informs Oliver's character, but it's not ever directly mentioned in the film. So, if you haven't read the book, it goes right over your head. In the many swimming scenes, Oliver (Hammer) wears swimsuits of varying colors. »

- Ryan Roschke

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25 Killer Gifts For The Walking Dead Superfans

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The Walking Dead has been devastating of late (well, Ok, it's always devastating), but you can still brighten up the holidays for any fan of the show with this gift guide. Whether you're looking for a replica of one of the show's badass props or some ridiculously awesome games, we've got it. No, we can't give you The Walking Dead gift you really want, so one of these gifts will have to do. Related5 Theories For How Negan Could Die on The Walking Dead »

- Shannon Vestal Robson

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Why Call Me by Your Name Is Such a Heartbreaking, Beautiful Romance

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Call My by Your Name isn't just the next great gay romance film. It's a magnificent piece of cinema. The story follows the romance that blooms between Elio (played by Timothée Chalamet) and Oliver (played by Armie Hammer) over the course of six weeks during one magical Summer in the Italian countryside. While the performances, the dreamy soundtrack, and the idyllic setting are all crucial parts of the film's beauty, nothing quite illustrates the power of the narrative better than the words spoken (and not spoken) by the characters themselves. In essence, the smallest moments - when the unsaid words simmer just under the surface of the characters' lines of dialogue - are the ones that strike the deepest emotional chords and make such a brilliant, unforgettable story. Call Me by Your Name is based on the 2007 novel of the same name by André Aciman. The "unspoken" is a theme »

- Ryan Roschke

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15 Movies You Can Stream on Amazon Prime to Kick Off the Holidays

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Amazon has thousands of holiday films to queue, but for many of them, you have to rent or purchase in order to watch. However, some movies come included with your Amazon Prime membership - and we're here to help you find the best ones. From well-known flicks like Miracle on 34th Street and Scrooged to some obscure gems like The Wizard's Christmas and Jingle Hell, there's a little something for every member of the family. Related'90s Movies That Will Bring Back the Magic of Your Childhood Holidays »

- Andrea Reiher

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Meet the Talented Actor Behind Teenage Kevin on This Is Us

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This Is Us is full of talented actors, but the younger stars deserve a little bit more praise. As this season delves more into Jack's death, the teenage Big Three has gotten even more screen time and shown off their impressive acting skills in the process. Last week, during the intense Kevin-centric episode, we learned more about the eldest Pearson child's upbringing. While Justin Hartley delivered a heartbreaking performance, it also put his 15-year-old counterpart, Logan Shroyer, front and center. RelatedA Real-Life Pharmacist Noticed Something Crazy on This Week's This Is Us Aside from This Is Us, the 18-year-old has also had a few guest-starring roles on Nickelodeon's The Thundermans and ABC's Speechless. He is also set to star alongside Riverdale's Madelaine Petsch in the high school comedy, F*&% the Prom, so you can expect to see more of his face in the future. If you're on Instagram, you »

- Kelsie Gibson

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The 18 Best Christmas Movies You Can Watch on Netflix

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If you're anything like us, your holiday viewing begins the minute the Halloween pumpkins are thrown away. So in preparation, we've rounded up some of the best holiday movie options on Netflix. From classics like The Grinch and White Christmas to alternative options like Gremlins and The Ref, there's a little something for everyone . . . whether you're on Santa's naughty or nice list. RelatedFamily Movie Night! 18 Christmas Movies to Watch With the Kids »

- Andrea Reiher

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32 Gifts to Give Your Most Outlander-Obsessed Loved One

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If you have someone in your life that melts into a puddle at the mere mention of Sam Heughan's name or has mysteriously picked up a Scottish accent, chances are they're an Outlander fan. Diana Gabaldon's bestselling novels captured the hearts of millions of readers, and ever since the books were brought to life in an epic TV romance, the fervor surrounding Claire and Jamie's story has only intensified. Need an idea for what to give your Sassenach-loving loved one? Well, we've rounded up all the best gifts for Outlander fans ahead. RelatedWhat You Need to Know About the New Characters Joining Outlander Season 4 »

- Quinn Keaney

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20 Reasons Friends Always Had the Best Thanksgiving Episodes

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We learned so many lessons about life, love, and relationships during the decade-long run of one of TV's most iconic shows, Friends. That's why it comes as no surprise that every year, the Friends Thanksgiving episode gave us a hefty dose of wisdom and truth (and they're all on Netflix!). Our favorite group of buddies always seemed to encapsulate the love, gratitude, madness, and dysfunction that all rolls into one big, crazy holiday. Since the holiday is coming up, we're taking a look back at our favorite Friends Thanksgiving moments and what we learned while we laughed. Related27 Gift Ideas For People Who Still Aren't Over FriendsThe Friends Reunion Is Finally Here, and It Will Instantly Fill You With Nostalgia28 Award Show Moments That Will Make You Miss the Cast of Friends »

- Ryan Roschke

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Have You Noticed That Outlander's Theme Song Keeps Changing?

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If you find yourself humming along to Outlander's hauntingly beautiful and timeless theme song during the opening credits, you're not the only one. Each season of the show has distinct themes that have been organically reflected in the credit sequence and score; Celtic instruments are played in season one's rendition, while the viola de gamba and French lyrics heard in season two give off the Parisian vibe. In season three, the music completely changes to fit the Caribbean theme after episode nine, "The Doldrums," in which Jamie and Claire begin their journey to the region to find young Ian after he is kidnapped. While the opening montage usually changes to the fit the season and setting, the true essence of the score "The Skye Boat Song" remains the same. Originally an 18th century old Scottish folk song by Sir Harold Boulton, and later a 19th century poem by Robert Louis Stevenson »

- Kamrun Nesa

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15 Foodie Films That'll Make You Thankful Thanksgiving Is Here

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When movies and good food go together, it's like having, well, the best turkey and stuffing combo ever. In that spirit, we've rounded up some of the best films that showcase chefs, bakers, food scenes, and everything in between, just in time for Thanksgiving. Have a look, and satisfy your cinematic cravings! - Additional reporting by Shannon Vestal Robson Related20 Reasons Friends Always Had the Best Thanksgiving Episodes19 Holiday Movies You Can Stream on Netflix »

- Lisette Mejia

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Littlefinger Isn't in Westeros Anymore - He's Making Waves on Peaky Blinders

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Your favorite British bad boys (and girls) are coming back soon! Peaky Blinders season four is dangerously close, with the first trailer - which you can watch below - promising blood, tears, and a whole lot of gang-fueled drama for fan-favorite character Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) and his family. The series' fourth installment wrapped shooting in July, so here's everything you need to know about what to expect for the upcoming season. Give the thrilling trailer a watch, and then get ready for your favorite show's exciting return . . . by order of the Peaky fookin' Blinders. When does it air? The official Us release date for the series is Dec. 21, but it started airing on BBC in the U.K. on Nov. 15. Fortunately American viewers don't have to wait too long for its return! Who's new to the cast? The gripping trailer reveals several new faces to the cast, including Adrien Brody »

- Brinton Parker

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Peaky Blinders: You'll Be Able to Watch Season 4 on Netflix Sooner Than You Think

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Image Source: Everett Collection We can't be the only ones who feel like it's been an eternity since we've gotten new episodes of Peaky Blinders. While the wait for season four has been torturous (to say the least), there's some good news on the horizon for American fans of the series: an official premiere date has been decided. The BBC gangster series not only brings the heat courtesy of star Cillian Murphy as Thomas Shelby, the leader of a family gang in early 1900s England, but also some high-quality drama. Over the course of the last three seasons, the Shelby family has gone through some gruesome ups and downs that have kept fans on the edge of their seats. There have also been appearances from A-list guest stars like Tom Hardy and a few Game of Thrones alums. In other words? We need season four on Netflix, like, yesterday. The »

- Quinn Keaney

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Eminem Performs a Medley of His Hit Songs on SNL, and We Want an Encore

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Eminem brought down the house with a three-song medley of his hits on Saturday Night Live this week. The Encore rapper kicked things off with a heartfelt performance of his new Beyoncé-assisted single "Walk on Water" before launching into his 2000 hit "Stan" and 2010's "Love the Way You Lie" with help from singer Skylar Grey. Watch his must-see SNL performance above. »

- Terry Carter

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Selena Gomez Debuts an Intimate New Music Video For "Wolves"

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Selena Gomez is back in business with a catchy new song. The 25-year-old just released another music video for "Wolves," an electronic-tinged track featuring Marshmello. This is the third Edm feature Selena has done in her career, and we can definitely say the third time is the charm for this one. The "Wolves" lyrics tell a story of a person "crying with the wolves" in order to get to that special someone - could it be about her rekindled romance with Justin Bieber? RelatedSelena Gomez Wore a Robe in the "Wolves" Music Video, and We're 100% Stealing the Look In an interview with Apple Music about the new track, Gomez revealed she decided to do the song because it's "very personal and the lyrics just have a whole story of its own. Weirdly at the same time I was working on it in Japan, I was going through stuff too so it's mirrored everything. »

- Celia Fernandez

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Guardians of the Galaxy 2, Hitch, and 50 Other New Titles Coming to Netflix in December

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Netflix is pulling out all the stops for December. Although the streaming giant is getting rid of one of our favorite Disney movies, they're also adding a ton of fresh titles that we can't wait to watch. On top of Netflix originals like season two of The Crown and the premiere of the ridiculously creepy Dark, there are also exciting movies like 8 Mile, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and more. Check out the full list of movies and TV shows ahead! »

- Quinn Keaney

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Jeffrey Tambor Exits Transparent Amid Disturbing Sexual Harassment Claims

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This post has been updated with new information. Jeffrey Tambor's days on Transparent are officially over. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Amazon initially debated whether or not to cancel the show in the wake of multiple sexual harassment allegations that have been made against the actor. Now it seems that instead of resorting to cancellation, Tambor - who won multiple awards for his performance as Maura Pfefferman - has left the show. "Playing Maura Pfefferman on Transparent has been one of the greatest privileges and creative experiences of my life. What has become clear over the past weeks, however, is that this is no longer the job I signed up for four years ago," Tambor said in a statement. "I've already made clear my deep regret if any action of mine was ever misinterpreted by anyone as being aggressive, but the idea that I would deliberately harass anyone is simply and utterly untrue. »

- Ryan Roschke

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