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Episode 227 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include Donald Trump dominates in new Republican poll; Donald Trump slams lawyer Elizabeth Beck over her comments that he was "disgusted" when she breast-feed her child in court; Fox News primetime host Bill O'Reilly thinks the group Black Lives Matter is pulling "radical gestapo tactics" and calls Caitlyn Jenner a "he" from the "waist down"; Rolling Stone Magazine managing editor Will Dana is stepping down following the botch rape story from the University of Virginia; actress Cara Delevingne responds to fiasco over her cranky "Good Morning Sacramento" interview; former "Top Gear" hosts Jeremy Clarkson and James May are heading to Amazon Prime; "Fuller House" star Candance Cameron Bure reveals that her character D.J. is no longer a pregnant widow; Jon Stewart mocks the media for their obsession in his secret "White House" meeting with President Obama; MTV's "Scream" renewed for a second season; "Supergirl" casts DC Comics villian Reactron; Jimmy Kimmel's Cecil the Lion plea rakes in over $150,000 in donations; and the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart for the week of August 8.

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1998- The Blair Witch Project opens in movie theaters

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Episode 227 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo News stories include Donald Trump dominates in new Republican poll; Donald Trump slams lawyer Elizabeth Beck over her comments that he was "disgusted" when she breast-feed her child in court; Fox News primetime host Bill O'Reilly thinks the group Black Lives Matter is pulling "radical gestapo tactics" and calls Caitlyn Jenner a "he" from the "waist down"; Rolling Stone Magazine managing editor...
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Episode 225 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories includes details surface in the final moments of Bobbi Kristina Brown's life; singer Bobby Brown released a statement over the death of his daughter Bobbi Kristina: "feeling completely numb"; Donald Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen threatens to take The Daily Beast "for every penny" over Ivana Trump's "rape" comments; Donald Trump blasts President Obama by calling his "the worst president in history"; Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders faces uphill battle for Hollywood support;  "The Bachelorette" Kaitlyn Bristowe breaks hearts by handing out her final rose to Shawn Booth; Lena Dunham, Kate Winslet, and other notable celebrities face off with Amnesty International over sex-trade debate; Conan O'Brien targeted in lawsuit claiming he lifted jokes without permission; "The View" is bringing back Sherri Shepherd for season 19; Lady Gaga joins U2 on stage at Madison Square Garden; and Tom Cruise pulls off the impossible in unbelievable "Lip Sync Battle" with Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon".

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1978- Animal House is released

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Episode 225 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo News stories includes details surface in the final moments of Bobbi Kristina Brown's life; singer Bobby Brown released a statement over the death of his daughter Bobbi Kristina: "feeling completely numb"; Donald Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen threatens to take The Daily Beast "for every penny" over Ivana Trump's "rape" comments; Donald Trump blasts President Obama by calling his "the worst ... S...
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Episode 223 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include two dead and nine injured in a shooting at a "Trainwreck" movie screening in Lafayette, Louisiana; Amy Schumer , Sam Smith, and other Hollywood celebrities react to the Lafayette movie theater shooting; President Obama calls U.S. gun-safety laws by implying" the one area where I've been most frustrated"; wrestling legend Hulk Hogan terminated by the WWE for using the N-word during a radio interview; The New York Times alters the Hilary Clinton story over her private e-mail messages during her term as Secretary of State; Angelina Jolie Pitt directing Netflix drama about Cambodia; "Jurassic World 2" set for 2018; "The View" are in final negotiations to add Candace Cameron Bure and Paula Faris as the new co-hosts; the TV ratings for "Sharknado 3" dips from the sequel; Ludacris to guest star as a police officer during season two of "Empire"; Demi Lovato's new video "Cool for the Summer" is released; James Franco is writing a book about pop singer Lana Del Rey; a documentary on rock legend Frank Zappa is in the works; controversy occurs over Chris Brown leaving the Philippines; and Eminem takes on Caitlyn Jenner and Miley Cyrus in an eight-minute freestyle rap on Sway In the Morning radio show.

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1982- Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger" from the Rocky III soundtrack hits #1 on the Billboard Pop Charts
1998- Steven Spielberg's "Saving Private Ryan" is released in movie theaters

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Episode 223 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo News stories include two dead and nine injured in a shooting at a "Trainwreck" movie screening in Lafayette, Louisiana; Amy Schumer , Sam Smith, and other Hollywood celebrities react to the Lafayette movie theater shooting; President Obama calls U.S. gun-safety laws by implying" the one area where I've been most frustrated"; wrestling legend Hulk Hogan terminated by the WWE for using the N-wo...
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Episode 221 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include President Obama tells "The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart: "I can't believe you're leaving before me"; MSNBC host and civil right activist Al Sharpton rips on Donald Trump saying that "you can't treat John McCain like 'a real estate guy in Downtown Brooklyn'"; Bill Cosby's lawyers blast media over Quaaludes coverage, move to keep settlement details sealed; AT&T and DirectTV's $48 billion merger inches closer to federal approval; E.L. Doctorow, the novelist who wrote the 1975 historical book "Ragtime", dies at the age of 84; 50 Cent's bankruptcy claims are "laughable" says the lawyer of the sex tape accuser; HBO renews "The Brink" for a second season; Ryan Secreast's "Knock Knock Live" debut is a surprise hit in ratings; actor Michael Chiklis set to join "Gotham" on season two as a series regular; reality star Khloe Kardashian to host a primetime talk show; NBC's "American Ninja Warrior" defeats ABC's "The Bachelorette" in Tuesday's ratings; the complete nominations for the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards; and rapper Nicki Minaj blast the MTV VMA snub of her video "Anaconda" for video of the year nomination.

On This Day In Entertainment History
1977- Elvis Costello's debut album, My Aim Is True, is released
2005- March of the Penguins is relased in movie theatres 

#PresidentObama #TheDailyShow #JonStewart #AlSharpton #DonaldTrump #JohnMcCain #BillCosby #ATandT #DirectTV #ELDoctorow #Ragtime #50Cent #HBO #TheBrink #RyanSecreast #KnockKnockLive #MichaelChiklis #Gotham #KhloeKardashian #AmericanNinjaWarrior #TheBachelorette #VMAs #NickiMinaj #Anaconda #TaylorSwift

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Episode 221 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo News stories include President Obama tells "The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart: "I can't believe you're leaving before me"; MSNBC host and civil right activist Al Sharpton rips on Donald Trump saying that "you can't treat John McCain like 'a real estate guy in Downtown Brooklyn'"; Bill Cosby's lawyers blast media over Quaaludes coverage, move to keep settlement details sealed; AT&T and DirectTV'...
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Episode 219 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include real estate mogul and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump continues to trash Arizona senator John McCain by saying "he abandoned our veterans"; Donald Trump scold Matt Lauer on "The Today Show" by saying "you're the media" and "misrepresent just like everyone else"; pro surfer Mick Fanning narrowly escapes a shark attack; director Paul Feig tweets the new "Ghostbusters" character names; Adam Sandler calls "Ridiculous 6" Native American controversy a "misunderstanding"; Alex Rocco, actor who portrayed Jewish mob boss Moe Greene in "The Godfather", dies at the age of 79; Demi Moore calls man's drowning at her home an "unthinkable tragedy"; comedian Dave Chappelle opens up about making a comeback in current racial climate; Thomas Roberts hosts "NBC Nightly News" becoming the first openly gay network anchor; rock legend Bruce Springsteen plays a surprise show at a Jersey Shore bar; Korean pop star Psy involved in a car accident in China; Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart recite lyrics to Taylor Swift songs and pop star tweets with delight; AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd arrested again in New Zealand; and "Ant-Man" becomes the number one movie at the Weekend Box Office with a total of $58 million.

On This Day In Entertainment History
1973- action movie star Bruce Lee dies of a brain edema caused by a reaction due to painkillers in Hong Kong.

#DonaldTrump #JohnMcCain #MattLauer #TheTodayShow #MickFanning #PaulFeig #Ghostbusters #AdamSandler #Ridiculous6 #AlexRocco #TheGodfather #DemiMoore #DaveChappelle #ThomasRoberts #NBCNightlyNews #BruceSpringsteen #Psy #SirIanMcKellen #SirPatrickStewart #TaylorSwift #ACDC #PhilRudd #AntMan #WeekendBoxOffice 

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Episode 219 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo News stories include real estate mogul and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump continues to trash Arizona senator John McCain by saying "he abandoned our veterans"; Donald Trump scold Matt Lauer on "The Today Show" by saying "you're the media" and "misrepresent just like everyone else"; pro surfer Mick Fanning narrowly escapes a shark attack; director Paul Feig tweets the new ... Se...
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Episode 217 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include Caitlyn Jenner fights back tears after receiving the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPY Awards; Caitlyn Jenner's ESPY Awards speech draws cheers, tears, and support from celebrities and social media; Donald Trump jabs Sean Hannity and Fox News during his interview; MSNBC hosts Lawrence O'Donnell and Joe Scarborough argue over Donald Trump on "Morning Joe" and on Twitter; TLC has cancelled 19 Kids and Counting amid the Josh Duggar molestation scandal; "The View" cuts moderator Nicolle Wallace after one season; Cody Walker, the brother of late actor Paul Walker, to star in Nicolas Cage's WWII drama "USS: Indianapolis"; rapper Young Thug arrested on terroristic threat charges; armed men ransack a home, owned by R&B singer Chris Brown; singer/songwriter Nick Cave's son dies after falling from a cliff; rock legend Rod Stewart joins James Corden and rapper A$AP Rocky for "Carpool Karaoke" on The Late Late Show.

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1999- John F. Kennedy, Jr. is killed in a plane crash near Martha's Vineyard

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Episode 217 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo News stories include Caitlyn Jenner fights back tears after receiving the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPY Awards; Caitlyn Jenner's ESPY Awards speech draws cheers, tears, and support from celebrities and social media; Donald Trump jabs Sean Hannity and Fox News during his interview; MSNBC hosts Lawrence O'Donnell and Joe Scarborough argue over Donald Trump on "Morning Joe" and on Twitter...
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Episode 226 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include Channing Tatum's superhero movie "Gambit" in jeopardy as deal unravels; Donald Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen apologizes for his "rape" remarks made during his confrontation with the Daily Beast newspaper; Donald Trump has a "meltdown" over "digusting" breast pump break in court, an attorney says; Ricky Gervais, Olivia Wilde, Sharon Osbourne and other Hollywood notables attack American dentist Walter Palmer, accused of killing Cecil the Lion on social media; Jimmy Kimmel chokes up on air over Cecil the Lion, compares the hunter to Bill Cosby; actress Cara Delevingne mocked for attitude in a morning show interview to promote her movie "Paper Towns"; Cinemax cancels "Banshee"; and Queen Latifah and Mary J. Blige on board to star on NBC's live musical version of "The Wiz"

On This Day In Entertainment History
1967- The Doors' "Light My Fire" hits number one on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart
1981- Prince Charles weds Princess Diana
2000- Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston tie the knot

#ChanningTatum #Gambit #DonaldTrump #MichaelCohen #TheDailyBeast #RickyGervais #OliviaWilde #SharonOsbourne #WalterPalmer #CeciltheLion #JimmyKimmel #CaraDelevingne #PaperTowns #Cinemax #Banshee #QueenLatifah #MaryJBlige #NBC #TheWiz

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Episode 226 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo News stories include Channing Tatum's superhero movie "Gambit" in jeopardy as deal unravels; Donald Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen apologizes for his "rape" remarks made during his confrontation with the Daily Beast newspaper; Donald Trump has a "meltdown" over "digusting" breast pump break in court, an attorney says; Ricky Gervais, Olivia Wilde, Sharon Osbourne and other Hollywood notables ... ...
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Episode 224 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, dies at the age of 22; Oprah Winfrey, Ava DuVernay and other Hollywood notables go on social media to remember Bobbi Kristina Brown; Joe Jackson, the family patriarch of the Jackson family; hospitalized in Brazil after suffering a stroke; thirty-five women who've accused comedian Bill Cosby of raping them pose on the cover of the New Yorker magazine; Comedy Central's "Key & Peele" to end series after this season; Caitlyn Jenner gets personal in the series premiere of her docuseries "I Am Cait"; Showtime's "Happyish" cancelled after one season; singer Chris Brown leaves The Philippines after ordeal over legal issue; Janet Jackson premieres a brand-new music video for the song "No Sleep"; legendary songwriter Wayne Carson Thompson, who wrote classics such as "Always On My Mind" and "The Letter", dies at the age of 72; and legendary rapper Ice-T and his wife Coco Austin expecting their first child.

On This Day In Entertainment History
1991- Natalie Cole's albume "Unforgettable: With Love" reaches number one on the Billboard Top 200 Album Charts
2003- legendary entertainer Bob Hope dies at the age of 100

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Episode 224 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo News stories include Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, dies at the age of 22; Oprah Winfrey, Ava DuVernay and other Hollywood notables go on social media to remember Bobbi Kristina Brown; Joe Jackson, the family patriarch of the Jackson family; hospitalized in Brazil after suffering a stroke; thirty-five women who've accused comedian Bill Cosby of raping th...
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Episode 222 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include real estate mogul and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump blast CNN's Anderson Cooper by saying "the people don't trust you"; Jon Stewart compares the media coverage of Donald Trump to an "incessant masturbation" on "The Daily Show"; "The Nightly Show" argues that Donald Trump is "the 50 Cent of the Republican Party"; Jena Malone joins 'Hunger Games" co-star Josh Hutcherson in the short thriller "The Rusted"; "Hunger Games: Mockingjay- Part 2" new trailer shows Jennifer Lawrence in an all out war; Caitlyn Jenner fears for the transgender youth in a new trailer for her reality series "I Am Cait"; Starz acquires rights to action thriller "Momentum"; "Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd returns to MSNBC to host his own weekday political show; comedian Jimmie Walker says that he's still friends with Bill Cosby and assumed "everybody knew about all these women"; Bill Simmons lands a megadeal with HBO; actor and folk singer Theodore Bikel dies at the age of 91; pop star Katy Perry joins the Taylor Swift-Nicki Minaj Twitter argument; Piers Morgan slams Nicki Minaj over Taylor Swift spat by saying that the rapper is acting like a "whiny brat"; rapper and Nicki Minaj's fiance Meek Mill claims that Drake doesn't write his own songs on Twitter; an arrest warrant for Justin Bieber has been revoked in Argentina; and the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart for the week of August 1.

On This Day In Entertainment History
1982- actor Vic Morrow and two child actors were killed in an accident involving a helicopter on the set of The Twilight Zone: The Movie
1988- Guns N' Roses second single "Sweet Child O' Mine" reaches number one on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart.

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Episode 222 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo News stories include real estate mogul and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump blast CNN's Anderson Cooper by saying "the people don't trust you"; Jon Stewart compares the media coverage of Donald Trump to an "incessant masturbation" on "The Daily Show"; "The Nightly Show" argues that Donald Trump is "the 50 Cent of the Republican Party"; Jena Malone joins 'Hunger Games" co-star Jos...
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Episode 220 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include Fox News host Greg Gutfeld rips the network for their soft treatment of Donald Trump after the real estate mogul and Republican presidential candidate spoke negatively about the war records of Arizona senator John McCain; Jimmy Kimmel pummels Donald Trump for bashing senator John McCain; Grooveshark co-founder Josh Greenberg found dead at his home at the age of 28; Oscar winner Benicio Del Toro in talks to play the villain in "Star Wars: Episode VII"; Jake Gyllenhaal, Rachel McAdams, and 50 Cent deliver knockout punch at the movie premiere for the upcoming boxing drama "Southpaw"; Amy Schumer's "Trainwreck" gets rave reviews on Twitter from a list of Hollywood celebrities; country superstars Blake Shelton and wife Miranda Lambert are filing for divorce after four years of marriage; pop star Miley Cyrus is hosting the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards; "American Idol" winner and singer Fantasia Barrino weds Kendell Taylor; Ed Sheeran helps fellow musician propose to his fiancee by performing "Tenerife Sea"; Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl brings his foot surgeon on stage to perform a cover of the White Stripes' "Seven Army Nation"; nuns say that selling their convent to pop star Katy Perry would "violate their canonical vows"; and a video appears of Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe singing Eminem's "The Real Slim Shady" at a karaoke bar.

On This Day In Entertainment History
2007- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is released in bookstores, selling over 12 million copies

#FoxNews #GregGutfeld #DonaldTrump #JohnMcCain #JimmyKimmel #Grooveshark #JoshGreenberg #BenicioDelToro #StarWarsEpisodeVII #JakeGyllenhaal #RachelMcAdams #50Cent #Southpaw #AmySchumer #Trainwreck #BlakeShelton #MirandaLambert #MileyCyrus #VMAs #FantasiaBarrino #EdSheeran #FooFighters #DaveGrohl #TheWhiteStripes #SevenArmyNation #KatyPerry #DanielRadcliffe #Eminem #TheRealSlimShady

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Episode 220 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo News stories include Fox News host Greg Gutfeld rips the network for their soft treatment of Donald Trump after the real estate mogul and Republican presidential candidate spoke negatively about the war records of Arizona senator John McCain; Jimmy Kimmel pummels Donald Trump for bashing senator John McCain; Grooveshark co-founder Josh Greenberg found dead at his home at the age of 28; Oscar w...
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Episode 218 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo​

News stories include the nominations are revealed for the 2015 Primetime Emmy Awards; "Empire" co-creator Lee Daniels responds to Emmy snub; "Ant-Man" and "Trainwreck" opens at Thursday's box office; the trailer to Leonardo DiCaprio's new movie "The Revenant" is released; Michael Cera to voice Robin in "Lego Batman"; Stephen King's "It" finds a new director; Daniel Radcliffe pranks Nylon Magazine staff, works as a receptionist; Friday Night Lights creator Peter Berg speaks negatively about Caitlyn Jenner receiving the Arthur Ashe Courage Award; Taylor Swift calls out Tumblr troll for "senseless negativity", incorrect grammar; Tidal sued by Cash Money for $50 million over Lil' Wayne's newest album; and Katy Perry thanks #LeftShark for Emmy nomination.

On This Day In Entertainment History
1955- Disneyland opens
1967- Jimi Hendrix drops out as the opening act for the bubblegum pop group The Monkees

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Episode 218 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo News stories include the nominations are revealed for the 2015 Primetime Emmy Awards; "Empire" co-creator Lee Daniels responds to Emmy snub; "Ant-Man" and "Trainwreck" opens at Thursday's box office; the trailer to Leonardo DiCaprio's new movie "The Revenant" is released; Michael Cera to voice Robin in "Lego Batman"; Stephen King's "It" finds a new director; Daniel ... See More Radcliffe pran...
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Episode 216 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include "Blurred Lines" copyright verdict knocked down to $5.3 million while judges nixes new trial request for Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams; Donald Trump tweets campaign ads with Nazi soldiers, blames intern; the Miss USA paegant telecast lost half of it's viewers compared to last year; the newly crowned Miss USA, Olivia Jordan, says to CNN's Don Lemon that Donald Trump has a "right to free speech"; comedian George Lopez not in negotiations to replace Donald Trump as the host of "Celebrity Apprentice"; the new trailer for "Sisters" with Amy Poehler and Tina Fey released; Jesse Eisenberg compared San Diego Comic-Con to a "genocide"; "The View" produces are in talks to make "Good Morning America Weekend" host Paula Faris as a permanent host; NBC Nightly News With Lester Holt continues to get big ratings over ABC World News Tonight With David Muir; Sinead O'Connor blast Kim Kardashian's "Rolling Stone" magazine cover; 50 Cent says "when you're successful, you become a target" referring to his filing for bankruptcy; and troubled rapper DMX serving six months in jail for failing to pay for child support.

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1986- Columbia Records drops country legend Johnny Cash after being with the label for over twenty years
1988- Die Hard is released, becoming a box office success and making Bruce Willis a movie star
1997- Legendary fashion designer Gianni Versace was shot and killed in front of his Miami mansion by killer Andrew Cunanan

#BlurredLines #RobinThicke #PharrellWilliams #DonaldTrump #MissUSA #OliviaJordan #CNN #DonLemon #GeorgeLopez #CelebrityApprentice #Sisters #AmyPoehler #TinaFey #JesseEisenberg #SanDiegoComicCon #Genocide #TheView #PaulaFaris #NBCNightlyNews #LesterHolt #WorldNewsTonight #DavidMuir #SineadOConnor #KimKardashian #RollingStone #50Cent #DMX 

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