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NBC, Netflix Staying Away From Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby is having the worst year ever. After a slew of women, including former model Janice Dickinson, stepped forward with rape accusations against the veteran comedian, Netflix has now put Bill Cosby 77, his comedy special filmed on on his 77th birthday and originally slated to air Nov. 28, on indefinite hold. Meanwhile, NBC has pulled the plug on its show with Cosby. [The Verge]

People's Sexiest Man Alive is a Norse god. Hammer-wielding hunk Chris Hemsworth, widely recognized as the superhero Thor, thought it was "pretty funny" when he found out about his title and may use it as an excuse to skip out on house chores. "I think you've bought me a couple of weeks of bragging rights around the house," says Hemsworth. "I can just say to [my wife], 'Now remember, this is what the people think, so I don't need to do the dishes anymore, I don't need to change nappies. I'm above that. I've made it now.' [People]

New Yorkers can now consult Alec Baldwin for matters of the heart. The Internationally Renowned Relationship Expert drops his romantic knowledge on couples in cabs in a new web series called Love Ride, with an assist from behind-the-scenes love advisor, b.k.a. Saturday Night Live's Paula Pell. Of course, the results are funny and cute as shit. [Vulture]

Funny man Tracy Morgan is fighting a serious battle against brain damage from his near-fatal highway crash in July. His lawyer offered an update on the comic, saying, "He's fighting to get better, and if there’s a chance for him to be back to the Tracy Morgan he once was, he’s going to try to do that." [TIME]

Good grief! Charles Schulz' classic comic strip is bringing Snoopy and the gang to the big screen. While it won't be ready for this year's holiday season, schedule your Yuletide festivities around the 3D animated Peanuts flick, which brings joy to the world Nov. 6, 2015. [NME]

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Viral Stars Daddy Long Neck And Wide Neck Release Single Accurately Titled "Neckst Up"

These days, it pays to have a viral moment. Charles Dion McDowell, known as wide neck after several of his mugshots (and neck jokes) went viral, has teamed up with another unique fellow to make some kind of music together.

On Sunday (Dec. 16), Wide Neck along with Daddy Long Neck, a social media personality with more 1.4 million followers on Instagram, released a music video for the comedy rap song "Neckst Up."

In a nervous soft relaxed tone, McDowell raps, "Shawty lick me up call me up neeeckst Shawty wanna f**k call me up neeeckst / Shawty suck me up call me up neeeckst / Shawty make it clap call me up neckst."

In the video, Long Neck and Wide Neck stroll through the mall wearing t-shirts that read "All Necks Matter," while taking pictures with fans and having an attractive lady entertain them while sitting down on the bench. The leading lady in the video even goes as far as licking the two internet stars with her long tongue.

Since the release of the video, "Neckst Up" has reached over a million views on YouTube. After McDowell went viral, he connected with Daddy Long Neck, whom he shares a similar abnormal body condition.

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Tiffany "New York" Pollard Hilariously Stars In Fenty Beauty's Gift Guide

We're deep into the holiday season, and it's clear that Rihanna's Fenty Beauty reign just won't let up. The 30-year-old Bajan star recently called upon the first lady of ratchet reality television, Tiffany Pollard – also known as "New York" from VH1's Flavor of Love and I Love New York –  to star in her latest video campaign vlog for the cosmetics line.

The 36-year-old reality show star looks fabulous in the nine-minute video uploaded on Sunday (Dec. 16), wearing brown lipstick with shoulder-length curly, black hair, acrylic nails, and gold jewelry on her neck and wrist.

Pollard gets straight to the point in the video starting, with the Pro’Filter Foundation saying "I feel younger and thinner, I didn’t know it could do all that, but it’s doing it!"

Other products from the Fenty Beauty collection includes the Killawatt Foil palette, the Frost Bunny-Frost Hunny-Frost Money eye, and lip sets and Gloss Bomb in Fu$$y. Pollard does what she does best while she speaks about on the various items, and she doesn't hold back on the profanity nor the R-rated commentary.

When the former I Love New York star posted a snippet of the vlog to her Instagram, she received a lot of love from her Hollywood peers under the post including Rachel True (The Craft), Dascha Polanco (OITNB), Melyssa Ford, Perez Hilton and her former castmate from Flavor of Love, Deelishis.

Despite her current absence on reality television on the moment, Pollard continues to stay relevant as memes and GIFs of her during her time on love show competitions lives on, as well pop-up exhibits of her in museums.Check out New York in Fenty Beauty's new gift guide video above.

 

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The @fentybeauty Christmas 🎄 gift 🎁 guide💄featuring yours truly is OUT NOW! Go check it out #fentybeauty @fentybeauty Thank you so much for letting me be a part of this‼️🎉 @badgalriri LOVE ❤️ YOU ALWAYS 💯💋🙌🏾

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Offset Crashed Cardi B's Rolling Loud Festival Set

Cardi B took to social media last week to reveal her and Offset have called it quits. While she didn't go into detail as to what led to the end of their year-long marriage, the Invasion of Privacy artist took the high road.

Since then social media has been flooded with commentary from both sides. There are many who think Belcalis should give the Migos rapper a second chance, while the other half of the Internet thinks all the Grammy-nominated rapper should do is give her estranged husband his walking papers.

Cardi's been relatively quiet, while Offset launched his "I'm sorry, baby, please take me back" campaign. He took his campaign to new heights Saturday night (Dec. 15) when during Cardi's set at the Rolling Loud Festival in Los Angeles he brought out flowers and cake with the words "Take Me Back Cardi.”

The two were seen one stand exchanging words with Cardi's face stoic and nearing anger. Offset later exited the stage, Cardi had the props removed and she continued with her set.

At Rolling Loud...Offset brought out the crazy cake set up in the middle of Cardi's set...flowers that spelled out Take Me Back Cardi...she was so not feeling the gesture and had him and the set up removed! #RolllingLoud

— Datwon Thomas (@Daydog) December 16, 2018

For many, Offset's plea had a larger consequence. Cardi B was the first woman to ever headline Rolling Loud and he interrupted her moment.

Cardi B was the first FEMALE headliner in Rolling Loud history! Honestly, it’s so fucked up that he even did that. Like, you really gonna be out here taking up her spotlight and making her set about you? Nah bro.

— Romario Bautista (@coquihanii) December 16, 2018

Others realized Offset's behavior is far from romantic and called it out as manipulative and toxic.

I woke up and saw how people are glorifying Offset’s actions trying to get Cardi B back and y’all need to see how toxic and abusive this situation is.

Regardless of how even Cardi views it. #Offset pic.twitter.com/Puiu8DCZIa

— Frederick Joseph (@FredTJoseph) December 16, 2018

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