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International Lawyer and Activist Amal Clooney Reportedly Expecting Twins with Actor Husband

By Courtney Enlow | Pajiba Love | January 5, 2017 |

By Courtney Enlow | Pajiba Love | January 5, 2017 |

Yes, reportedly, Amal and George Clooney might be in hiding because they’re expecting twins. George better not prank these kids. Also I hope they name one of them Jurj Clooners. (Lainey)

News: There are people who like Kylie Jenner enough to spend three bucks a month for an app to read her thoughts. Double news: they’re not her thoughts; they’re written by other people. Obviously. Triple news: she got mad about one of the things she didn’t write and flounced off her own app because it was too personal, when, like, no it wasn’t because you didn’t write it and it was standard Cosmo tips shit, and BASICALLY the true truth is probably just that Kylie was mad Kim was getting all the attention by returning to social media. (Celebitchy)

In other things Kylie didn’t approve news, her own calendar fucked up her own fucking birthday. Actual lol. (E!)

*I AM* NotTheOne kicks off her first Cannonball Read with a review of a book about a camp of troubled teens. In Rebekah Crane’s The Odds of Loving Grover Cleveland, the characters are more quirky traits than personalities, but "the book was very well written and the story was engaging and easy to read." Though *I AM* NotTheOne is not the target audience for this book, she would recommend it to tweens and teens. Would you go back to your teen year if you could? (Cannonball Read 9)

Urban Outfitters launched an awesome campaign with a fabulous group of models, including trans model and actress Hari Nef and plus-size model Barbie Ferreira. Except, there’s one small issue: UO doesn’t stock clothes in Ferreira’s size. (Revelist)

Who keeps letting Justin Bieber buy living creatures? (Dlisted)

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