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Keshia Knight Pulliam, whom you might remember as youngest daughter, Rudy, on The Cosby Show, is 38 years old. I don’t know about you, but that makes me feel very old. Pulliam made headlines earlier this year when she sort-of defended Bill Cosby against the dozens of extremely credible, strikingly similar stories of his rape and assault of women. She didn’t say he didn’t commit those crimes, just that she worked “with him for a really long time,” that wasn’t “the man that I know” and that she loves him “dearly still.” Which – she could have said “no comment” or just that it “wasn’t the man that I know.” It’s worth noting that the other three actresses who played the daughters on The Cosby Show have not said a word. (Phylicia Rashad, who played his wife, has defended Cosby. Raven-Symone, who was brought in as character Denise’s stepdaughter, issued a carefully worded statement.)

Keshia has a podcast now, it’s called Kandidly Keshia, and she got married in January to a former NFL linebacker named Ed Hartwell. Ed was previously married to Lisa Wu, who stars on Real Housewives of Atlanta. This is Keshia’s first marriage. Anyway Keshia announced last week on her Instagram that she’s pregnant. Except Ed has filed for divorce and wants a paternity test. We know this because he issued a harshly worded statement to The YBF. Ed’s rep told them:

Right now, the only thing I want is a paternity test for the baby.

The YBF also had the divorce declaration, which cites irreconcilable differences as the reason, including “constant disagreements on life changing decisions that couples typically make together.” Plus they report that Ed blindsided Keshia and that she did not know he was filing for divorce.

A “source close to” Ed told even more of his side to People Magazine, and it’s not good:

A source close to Hartwell tells PEOPLE the former NFL star “doesn’t have any evidence of her cheating” but wants a paternity test because he is concerned about the timing of the pregnancy.

“It’s just that he had told her he wanted to wait before having a baby and things got really bad between them and then she pops up pregnant,” says the source.

“He even told her he didn’t want to release the bump picture so soon, but she did it anyway,” adds the insider.

The source also says that Hartwell, who has a son from a previous relationship, “just wants to make sure that just because they were married he still covers his bases and gets everything checked out.”

“The pregnancy came during a very dark spot in their relationship,” explains the source.

[From People]

So Ed wants us to believe that Keshia trapped him with a baby he told her he didn’t want. Am I reading correctly between the lines? Even assuming that’s exactly what happened here, and we can’t be sure, it’s still low to tell all this to the press.

I don’t watch Real Housewives of Atlanta, but those of you who do may have some insight as to Ed’s personality. (He was married to castmember Lisa Wu up until 2011, and she was on that show for the last three years of their marriage, from 2008 to 2011.)

Whatever is going on, Ed made this a huge story. He could have just divorced Keshia and refused to give statements to the press. Instead he dished! It sounds like he’s really trying to hurt her. Plus she’s pregnant. Whether he wants the baby or not, whether he feels manipulated or not, she’s going to be his child’s mother. Or maybe not I guess, depending on the paternity test.

Oh Baby… New #KandidlyKeshia is up NOW on play.it!! The face you make when you look in the mirror & your belly is getting bigger every day!! #MyLittleLadyIsGettingBig

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I fell in love with his heart & selflessness… No where I’d rather be than enjoying a night of paying it forward with my love @edhartwell !! #Stars4Wishes #MakeAWish

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"The Celebrity Apprentice" Season Finale

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Here are some photos of Tom Hiddleston at LAX yesterday. He flew in to LA from New York (he left via JFK, and there are photos). There were a handful of Twitter sightings of Tom in NYC, although I have no idea why he was there for a few days. It seems like he might have flown out to New York on Sunday, maybe? Maybe he was there for interviews, maybe he was there for pleasure. There are also rumors that Taylor Swift is in Nashville this week, so the idea that Tom flew back to LA to “be with Taylor” seems… wrong? Since I don’t want to put too much stock in Twitter rumors, I’ll just say that I’m getting a particular vibe from Tiddles in the past few days. I don’t want to jinx it, but I think I might have been right: they won’t even make it to the Emmys.

As for other internet rumors, “a source close to Hiddleston” told Gossip Cop that the rumors of an impending breakup are BS. Celebrity Dirty Laundry has been running “exclusives” about how Tom and his team are trying to break it off with Taylor Swift and her team, and that Tom’s team is now feeling like The Glorious Tiddlebanging has not been great for his career afterall. But Gossip Cop says it’s crap. So who do you believe?

What else? Tom has been named The Rear of the Year for 2016 because of his butt-flashing in The Night Manager. Blah. And I didn’t get around to posting Tom’s interview with Nerd HQ at Comic-Con. Here you go:

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This year’s MTV VMA nominations have come out, and guess who came out ahead? Surprisingly, not Adele. Adele got the second-most nominations with eight noms, but Beyonce got 11 nominations, a career-best. Not only that, but Beyonce and Adele are up against each other in several categories, including the big one, Video of the Year. The good news is that other artists really love and respect Adele, so if Adele wins, there won’t be hard feelings. And if Beyonce wins, Adele won’t be mad because she absolutely adores Queen Bey and Lemonade. Here are some of the big noms (you can see the full list here):

Video of the Year
•”Hello” – Adele
•”Formation” – Beyoncé
•”Hotline Bling” – Drake
•”Sorry” – Justin Bieber
•”Famous” – Kanye West

Best Female Video
•”Hello” – Adele
•”Hold Up” – Beyoncé
•”Cheap Thrills” – Sia
•”Into You” – Ariana Grande
•”Work” – Rihanna ft. Drake

Best Male Video
•”Hotline Bling” – Drake
•”Don’t” – Bryson Tiller
•”This Is What You Came For” – Calvin Harris ft. Rihanna
•”Famous” – Kanye West
•”Can’t Feel My Face” – The Weeknd

Best Collaboration

•”Freedom” – Beyoncé ft. Kendrick Lamar
•”Work From Home” – Fifth Harmony ft. Ty Dolla $ign
•”Let Me Love You ” – Ariana Grande ft. Lil Wayne
•”This Is What You Came For – Calvin Harris ft. Rihanna
•”Work” – Rihanna ft. Drake

Best Hip Hop Video
•”Hotline Bling” – Drake
•”Panda” – Desiigner
•”Don’t” – Bryson Tiller
•”Angels ” – Chance the Rapper ft. Saba
•”Watch Out ” – 2 Chainz

Best Pop Video
•”Hello” – Adele
•”Formation” – Beyoncé
•”Sorry” – Justin Bieber
•”Wild Things” – Alessia Cara
•”Into You” – Ariana Grande

Breakthrough Long Form Video
•The Odyssey – Florence + The Machine
•Lemonade – Beyoncé
•PURPOSE: The Movement – Justin Bieber
•Royalty – Chris Brown
•Blue Neighbourhood Trilogy – Troye Sivan

I think it’s more than likely that Beyonce will take home the most awards, including Video of the Year, and absolutely Best Collaboration, because OMG “Freedom” is one of her best songs ever and Kendrick Lamar is everything too. I predict Adele will win one or two. I predict Kanye West won’t win anything for “Famous,” but the fact that he was nominated for that song and video in particular is pretty interesting, isn’t it? More analysis to come on the Taylor Swift side of things.

This year’s VMAs are going down on Sunday, August 28th at 9 pm. And in case anyone is keeping track, this year the Emmys are scheduled for September 18th. So we won’t have some crazy scheduling conflict.

Last thing: These are some photos of Beyonce out in Paris yesterday. Her ensemble… my God. I like Beyonce, I think she’s amazing, but her style is just bad. The polka dots, the lucite chunky heel, the front slit… it’s awful.

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At this time last year, it felt like the world was piling on Taylor Swift. Sound familiar? Almost one year ago exactly, the 2015 VMA nominations came out, and Taylor got ten nominations, most of them for her I-Hate-Katy-Perry anthem, “Bad Blood.” But that wasn’t why people were piling on Taylor – we were talking about her because she inserted herself into a conversation Nicki Minaj was having about how MTV consistently undervalues black artists, and how black artists are less likely to be nominated for the bigger awards. When everyone turned on Taylor last year, she quickly changed strategies, calling Minaj personally to apologize and then offering a public apology as well. Minaj and Swift buried the hatchet so thoroughly, in fact, that they joined forces for a song medley at the beginning of the 2015 VMAs.

Last year, Taylor also won a few VMAs, but probably the most notable thing to happen during last year’s telecast is that Taylor and Kanye West very publicly made peace. She presented Kanye with his Video Vanguard Award and she made a very gracious and kind speech. Then, just six months later, all hell broke loose and now we’re in the midst of another Swift-West Cold War. Why bring up this history lesson? Because I think MTV might have chosen a side. And they didn’t choose Team Swifty!!! The 2016 VMA nominations came out on Tuesday and Taylor wasn’t nominated for ANYTHING. Nothing. Not Video of the Year, Not Best Female Video, nothing.

Taylor Swift received zero nominations, a surprising turn of events for the 26-year-old singer, who led the pack of honorees at last year’s ceremony with 10 nominations for “Bad Blood.” In the past year, the six-time VMA winner has released three music videos — “Wildest Dreams,” “Out of the Woods” and “New Romantics” — from her latest album, 1989.

Although the cinematic “Wildest Dreams” visual debuted during the 2015 VMA preshow, the network neglected to recognize it nearly a year later. “Out of the Woods” also landed a high-profile premiere on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve in December 2015, but it was overlooked, too.

[From Us Weekly]

“Wildest Dreams” was the neo-colonialist nightmare video where Swift and Scott Eastwood played lovers in a 1950s-themed film set in an African country. “Out of the Woods” was not a good video either – that was the one where she was running in the wilderness or something. I didn’t even remember the “New Romantics” video, but I looked it up and it was just footage from her tour. None of those singles or videos had the pop-culture power of “Bad Blood” or “Black Space,” but if this was a different year, I do think Taylor would have gotten a handful of nominations for something, right? This was a choice made by someone at MTV to focus on Beyonce, Adele and… Kanye West, who got two nominations, including one for Video of the Year for “Famous.” Even Calvin Harris got nominated (for the song Taylor Swift wrote/co-wrote). Maybe it was just a choice by MTV to make the night about something other than Kanye vs Taylor, or Taylor vs. Everyone Else, or The Taylor Show. I hope Taylor is keeping a list of all of the people who have pissed her off in the past month. Payback is coming, Swifty-Style.

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One of the most tearful moments of the DNC’s Day 2 came with the primetime focus on The Mothers of the Movement. The mothers of Michael Brown, Sandra Bland, Jordan Davis, Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, Dontré Hamilton, Hadiya Pendleton, Blair Holt and Oscar Grant participated in a video for Hillary Clinton, then they came out as a group to discuss the violence against their community. The LAT pointed out that of all of the high-profile deaths of black men and black children, Tamir Rice’s mother did not participate in this DNC stuff. Samaria Rice hasn’t endorsed any candidate, and she says that no candidate is speaking to the issues. Beyond the absence of the Rice family, the prepared video and speeches were the strongest moments in prime time on Day 2.

Here’s the prepared video of Hillary meeting with the Mothers of the Movement.

And here’s their speech at the DNC. The crowd started chanting “Black Lives Matter.”

I like that the DNC gave these women a public forum to discuss their grief and their hopes and dreams for real, systemic change. But even as the words were coming out of these mothers, police unions around the country were issuing statements about “why didn’t Hillary include the widows and mothers of fallen officers?” Because when a police officer falls in the line of duty, his murderer will be found swiftly and put in jail (or killed in a stand-off with police). Because when a police officer kills a civilian, that cop rarely sees the inside of a jail cell. That’s why these women are speaking. Because not only did they lose their children, they also lost faith in the justice system.

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I bow in gratitude to the #MothersoftheMovement for being Beautiful Bright Beacons of Light even through the dark ?? pic.twitter.com/XOwEIEqIIa

— Alicia Keys (@aliciakeys) July 27, 2016

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There were several celebrity women speakers on Day 2 of the DNC. While I think this year’s DNC has been more exciting, watchable and positive than last week’s RNC, I still believe that whoever organized the schedule of speakers needs to find other work. There’s absolutely no reason why Michelle Obama’s speech (the best speech thus far) should have gone on Day 1. And on Day 2, Lena Dunham was in prime time… but John Lewis was not. Eric Holder spoke before America Ferrera. I’m just saying, the schedule bugs. And I’m saying that as someone who really likes America Ferrera. As for Ferrera and Dunham, they were paired together for their speech. This would have worked fine with just America, honestly.

Next up: Elizabeth Banks. You guys know I love Banks. She’s badass, she’s funny, she’s vehemently pro-choice and a vocal advocate for Planned Parenthood. But many thought her speech sort of bombed? I think there was a tone problem, a little bit.

Here’s Meryl Streep’s speech, which came late in the evening. It’s worth noting that one of Meryl’s big causes is the history of American women, telling the stories of our foremothers and specifically working towards breaking ground of The National Women’s History Museum. Meryl was there to talk about the historic nature of Hillary Clinton’s nomination, and God willing, our first female president.

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I wasn’t expecting to feel this emotional, especially while just watching the DNC delegate roll call. But seeing all of the state delegates announce their delegate counts and watching Hillary Clinton become the official presidential candidate for the Democratic Party made tears come to my eyes. The first woman… the first woman to ever win a major party’s presidential nomination. The roll call was also emotional because Sen. Bernie Sanders was quietly sitting with the Vermont delegation, and Sen. Sanders was the one to ask that the roll call be suspended and Hillary Clinton be declared the Democratic nominee.

History made. I’m still getting choked up. I can’t believe I’ve lived to see the first two-term black president, and now I get to vote for the first female president.

Continuing the theme of “the DNC’s scheduling is slightly off,” all of the drama happened early in the evening, before prime time even started. The highlight of Day 2 was totally the roll call and John Lewis’s speech, all of which happened before 7 pm.

But the biggest-name speaker on Day 2 was Bill Clinton, former two-term president, Hillary’s husband and the Big Dog. The Big Dog is known as one of the best public speakers in the country (if not the world) and some were disappointed by the (dare I say) low-energy vibe of Bill’s speech. Like, when Bill spoke at the DNC in 2012, his speech was easily the best of the entire convention. For this year’s convention, Bill’s duty was to humanize his wife, tell personal stories about Hillary and their family and more. I think it worked? I mean, people love to listen to Bubba. And apparently his speech was partly ad-libbed. It was folksy and funny and touching.

One of the big takeaways from his speech was Bill telling the convention that they needed to make a choice between the cartoon-version of Hillary that Republicans have been selling or the “real one,” the real Hillary. Bubba told the Dems: “Good for you, because earlier today, you nominated the real one.” #TheRealOne is already a thing!

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As many of you know, Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones was the target of racist, hateful trolls on Twitter. Leslie retweeted some of the abuse, which compared her to animals, insulted her appearance and worse. Sadly, celebrities on Twitter, particularly women, are all too aware of the abusive comments which are permitted on that platform. Trolls and racists have had a home on Twitter for years and little to nothing has been done about it. The good news is that Leslie shed a light on some of Twitter’s roaches and they’re finally addressing the problem. In an interview with Seth Myers on Late Night, Leslie revealed that she had personally met with the CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, who had worked with her to ban some of the worst accounts. Dorsey had a conference call with investors yesterday, where he discussed Twitter’s efforts to finally crack down on trolling and abuse. Variety has the details of his talk:

Twitter chief Jack Dorsey acknowledged that the company’s efforts in cracking down on hateful and abusive attacks on the social service haven’t gone far enough.

“No one deserves to be the target of abuse on Twitter,” he said on a conference call with investors Tuesday. “We haven’t been good enough at ensuring that’s the case, and we need to do better.”

At the same time, Dorsey insisted that Twitter is not censoring speech: “We are not, and never will be, a platform that shows people only part of what’s happening.” However, he said, “Abuse is not civil discourse.”

According to Dorsey, at the start of the year Twitter identified safety as its No. 1 priority, and “recent events have only confirmed” the importance of that focus.

Among one of the highest-profile incidents recently, actress Leslie Jones was the target of numerous racist comments on Twitter, prompting the “Saturday Night Live” cast member and “Ghostbusters” co-star to announce she was leaving the service. Dorsey personally intervened and met with Jones, and Twitter subsequently banned conservative columnist Milo Yiannopoulos and other accounts over the attacks; Jones has since resumed tweeting.

In announcing its second-quarter 2016 results, Twitter cited several steps it has taken recently to improve safety on the service. The company says it has improved the ability to block other users, and launched a comment-moderation system on Periscope that allows viewers on a broadcast to report and vote in real-time on comments that they consider to be spam or abuse…

“We, along with the broader industry, have a lot more work to do in this area, but we’re committed to continuing to develop tools that will help keep Twitter, Periscope and Vine safe and open for people to connect in real time,” Twitter said in a statement. “We do this work together with the strong communities and partners that exist across all of our products.”

Investors were disappointed with Twitter’s Q2 results and weak outlook for the third quarter, pushing shares down more than 11% in after-hours trading.

[From Variety]

I question why it took Twitter THIS LONG to finally try to institute an effective system against abuse. That should have been part of their business plan from the start and, barring that, they should have put the smack down on trolls as soon as they noticed it was a problem. Twitter has been around for ten years. It took this coming to a head with a public relations disaster, along with a drop in valuation, for them to finally admit it was an issue.

That said, Dorsey did say most of the right things. He admitted that they haven’t done enough so far and said that they’re putting measures into place to stop it. He didn’t have to give any credence to the “free speech” argument though. Twitter is a private platform and they don’t have to cater to the most abusive people citing first amendment rights. It’s reassuring that they’re not going to censor different viewpoints, but that argument from trolls was invalid in the first place.

I just checked Leslie Jones’s twitter and while it’s heartening that she’s back online and staying positive, she’s still receiving some terrible responses to her tweets, including #FreeMilo posts which refer to the Breitbart journalist who was banned for trolling her. Facebook lets you delete and ban people spamming and trolling your page. Twitter should have a similar tool for everyone.

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Several months ago, we heard a completely bizarre rumor. Ruper Murdoch’s ex-wife Wendi Deng was allegedly “dating” Vladimir Putin. At the time, I mentioned the long-standing rumors that Deng has a reputation of choosing lovers and husbands for how much power, money and access they have. Reportedly, Rupert Murdoch divorced Wendi because he believed she was fooling around on him with Tony Blair. So, Putin was within the realm of possibility, perhaps. Well, now Wendi has a fascinating new interview in Vogue where she discusses her post-divorce dating life, how she’s not dating Putin and more. You can read the full piece here (it’s ridiculously ass-kissy, even by Vogue standards). Some highlights:

She hosts a lot of dinner parties for important people: “Put people together and things can happen.”

Clinton vs. Trump: “I’m careful. I’m Switzerland.”

She’s always worked: “I never really quit work. I don’t think I ever considered myself just a rich wife. When E-Trade first started, I was at home moving stocks around.”

She’s also a matchmaker: Recent success stories: Anne Wojcicki, the tech entrepreneur and ex-wife of Sergey Brin, and the baseball player Alex Rodriguez; Xin Li, the model turned Christie’s power broker, and the music mogul Lyor Cohen; Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.

She never brags about herself? “I love people. I’m so curious. Artists, entrepreneurs—I’m fascinated by their ideas.” Murdoch never boasts about herself (the closest she came with me was when she acknowledged being excellent at math), but she is eager to tell you who in her wide circle of friends has won an Oscar, gained a billion-dollar valuation, had a record sale at Sotheby’s, watched a daughter graduate from Princeton. Murdoch is heat-seeking. Success is her drug.

She meditates with “her old friend Deborra-Lee Furness (wife of the actor Hugh Jackman)”: “I could worry about what people say all day long, but it’s not a very productive way of using my energy. If you ask my friends, they’ll tell you that I don’t complain very much.”

She & Murdoch co-parent their daughters: “Rupert’s a very good father. Strict like me. We attend school conferences together. We both make sure they learn Chinese, do well in math. We make decisions together about how they use social media. We never want them to say, ‘Well, Mommy said this’ or ‘Daddy said that.’ ”

She won’t comment on the Tony Blair rumor: Friends say that a Vanity Fair article that cast Wendi as ruthlessly ambitious was crushing for her, and that its central allegation—that she had had an affair with former British prime minister Tony Blair—is untrue.

On Jerry Hall, Murdoch’s new wife: “I’ve met Jerry only briefly once, when she dropped off Grace. She seems very nice, and my girls like her. I always tell them to treat her kindly. She’s their father’s wife.”

The rumors about her romance with Putin: It was, if nothing else, a sort of wish fulfillment for those who over the years have cast Murdoch as a fearless hunter of big game. Untrue, alas. “I’ve never met Putin,” she says. “But wow, so much press about it. Why did they choose me?” Perhaps the press chose Murdoch out of a perverse sense of respect, a certainty that she could hold her own with the best (and the worst) of them. As it happens, Murdoch is single and happy to be fixed up. The gossip columns aren’t always wrong; it turns out that the handsome and much younger British violinist photographed next to her at the Giambattista Valli show in Paris in March was indeed a date. “Why not?” she asks. “Am I supposed to be shy?”

[From Vogue]

If you ever want to get dizzy from a full-blitz name-dropping and humble-brag session, I would definitely suggest you read the full Vogue piece. It feels like Wendi Deng is ONLY friends with celebrities, entrepreneurs, CEOs and artists. If you don’t have any money, you are not invited to her dinner parties. And I find it hard to believe that Vogue is trying to sell this “Wendi never brags about herself” narrative when all she does is feign humility a few times and then gets her famous friends to brag about how she’s the most amazing person in the world.

As for the rumors about Putin and Blair… I’ll believe that she’s never banged Putin. But I do think she and Blair were hittin’ it.

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Reality celebrity turned makeup maven Kylie Jenner just expanded her cosmetic empire with the introduction of her own line of eye shadows, and she took to the streets of Los Angeles too bestow the new kits upon some of her biggest fans.

Kylie announced the new line, called Kyshadow, because of course it is, on her website. In the video, she says that she’s “dreamed of this moment for way too long” and claims the new product line is “literally my baby.” The video also features a makeup tutorial using the new eye shadows by artist Ariel Tejada. Who has the time to do this elaborate makeup? I’m lucky if I have 15 minutes to put my face on in the morning. But I’ll grudgingly admit that it’s a nice look.

The Bronze Palette has nine shades, which I am assuming are trying to give Urban Decay’s popular Naked palettes a run for their money. They obviously include a bronze, but there’s also gold, taupe, various shades of brown and a matte black. They’re nice, I suppose, but I fail to see anything earth-shattering about them. At least they’re better than her blue lip kits. The Bronze Palette went on sale on her website last night at 6pm EST and is already (inexplicably) sold out.

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— KYLIE COSMETICS (@kyliecosmetics) July 25, 2016

In order to promote the release of the eye shadow, Kylie made a series of Snapchat videos, where, in her words, “I did some research of some of the biggest Kylie Cosmetics supporters in L.A. and I’m going around and hand-delivering my eye shadow palettes before they come out.” The encounters, which were definitely not staged, saw Kylie surprising her fans at their homes and workplaces, and there was some fangirl fawning, hugs and even tears of joy as Kylie channeled her inner Oprah.

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At the end of the day, Kylie promised more surprises and even more eye shadow collections, saying, “I’m so glad you guys love my eye shadow palette. It was really important for me to release the Bronze Palette first.” She also promised there were more palettes to come, stating, “I’m currently working on my fourth palette so I’m really excited for you guys to see those.”

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I don’t get this fanaticism for this overpriced makeup. Of course, I am addicted to NYX since their products were featured on RuPaul’s Drag Race. I love their affordable eye shadows and, hey, if the stuff is good enough for Pandora Boxx, it’s good enough for me.

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