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  • Call Her Hot Mama June! Honey Boo Boo and Pumpkin Talk About Their Mom’s Journey from 460 Lbs. to a Size 4

    Mama June Shannon may just need to change her name to Hot Mama June. After undergoing weight loss surgery, the matriarch of the Here Comes Honey Boo Boo family will reveal her new body on the reality TV screen in WE tv’s new docu-dramedy Mama June: From Not to Hot. But first, her daughters Alana (known better to fans as “Honey Boo Boo”) and Lauryn (AKA “Pumpkin”) stopped by Entertainment Tonight to explain how their mother went from 460 lbs. to a size 4. “She had gastric sleeve back in May of 2015, and then she slowly started losing weight, and the reason she got the gastric sleeve was because she hit a plateau — she couldn’t lose any weight,” Pumpkin explained of her mom’s surgery to make her stomach smaller.

    People
  • Gasp: Too Faced dropped their Bite Sized Beauties Set at Sephora

    One of the many, many amazing reasons to love Sephora (aside from the fact that they are literally our saviors) is their…

    Hello Giggles
  • Mark Consuelos clarifies wife Kelly Ripa's comments about their sex life

    Mark Consuelos and Kelly Ripa want to set the record straight on what really happens between the sheets. Less than two weeks after Ripa claimed her husband is “mean” after sex, she revisited the topic on Wednesday during “Live with Kelly.” “I’m sorry, I was joking, this is a funny, irreverent show, I didn’t realize it would become trending news,” said the 46-year-old host. Ripa first made the shocking claim during a Feb. 9 taping, which was co-hosted with Consuelos. “He’s immediately mean to me afterwards and I don’t like that,” said Ripa at the time while sitting next to her husband. “I think it’s bizarre. He becomes short with me, like irritated.” “I’m like, ‘Oh, now you’re irritated?’” added

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  • Sean Hannity Calls Alan Colmes’ Battle with Illness ‘the Single Greatest Amount of Courage I’ve Ever Seen’

    Fox News’ Sean Hannity is grieving the loss of his colleague and dear friend, Alan Colmes.

    People
  • John Boehner told Republicans some inconvenient truths on Obamacare

    Former House Speaker John Boehner says he started “laughing” when he heard the GOP’s plan to swiftly repeal and replace Obamacare. “Republicans never ever agree on health care,” he said in comments first reported by Politico. “Most of the framework of the Affordable Care Act … that’s going to be there,” Boehner said.

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  • I'm a Silicon Valley liberal, and I traveled across the country to interview 100 Trump supporters — here's what I learned

    After the election, I decided to talk to 100 Trump voters from around the country. I went to the middle of the country, the middle of the state, and talked to many online. This was a surprisingly interesting and helpful experience — I highly recommend it. With three exceptions, I found something to like about everyone I talked to (though I strongly disagreed with many of the things they said). Although it shouldn't have surprised me given the voting data, I was definitely surprised by the diversity of the people I spoke to — I did not expect to talk to so many Muslims, Mexicans, Black people, and women in the course of this project. Almost everyone I asked was willing to talk to me, but almost

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  • Drunk driver gets unusual jail sentence as a reminder of woman he killed

    A Texas man who cut short the life of an “extraordinary” woman in a drunken driving crash will be reminded of his crime by sitting in a jail cell on the anniversary of her death for the next nine years. Travis Elwell, 23, of Mesquite, was sentenced last week to serve 120 days in jail for the 2015 death of Emily Javadi, 34, who was killed while loading items into her car after a workout at Dallas’ Cole Park. Elwell, who had a blood alcohol content of 0.175 at the time, more than twice the legal limit, was speeding when his BMW crashed into Javadi’s Lexus, sending her into a metal pole. As part of a plea deal arranged by Javadi’s parents and prosecutors, Elwell will also serve one week in jail on the anniversary of Javadi’s death on Feb. 10, 2015, for the next nine years, WFAA reports.

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  • Fox News’ Alan Colmes Dies at 66 After ‘Brief Illness’

    Fox News contributor and commentator Alan Colmes has died after a brief illness. He was 66.

    People
  • Off-duty LAPD officer fires gun during struggle with teens in Anaheim

    An off-duty Los Angeles police officer fired his weapon outside his Anaheim home during an altercation involving several juveniles.

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  • Mama June’s Weight Loss Surgeries Revealed -- How She Went From 460 Pounds to a Size 4

    How Mama June got down from 460 pounds to a reported size 4.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • 500 inches and counting: Snow has clobbered California ski resorts this winter

    The snow amounts in California’s Sierra Nevada mountain range this winter are difficult to wrap your head around. In many cases topping 500 inches, they are some of the highest totals in memory. At the Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows resort, seven feet fell in just the past week. The snow is so high that it buried chairlifts and ski patrol shacks. The resort has received 565 inches (47 feet) this season, including a 45-year record of 282 inches in January. On Thursday, it announced that its ski area would remain open through July 4. Since 1962, it will mark just the fourth instance of Independence Day skiing (the other years were 1998, 1999, and 2011), according to a resort spokesperson. Other ski

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  • 7 things doctors want you to know about weight loss (8 photos)

    Hear it from the pros. From Cosmopolitan UK

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  • The $65 ticket to Europe is finally here — and Norwegian Air says it will please Trump

    The era of cheap flights to Europe is officially upon us. On Thursday, Norwegian Air announced...

    Business Insider
  • Seeing Double? Puppy Born in Shelter Has Bizarre Image of Herself on Left Ear

    "We had put up a picture of her trying to get her adopted, and someone commented, 'Oh look, she's got a dog on her ear,'" said a shelter representative.

    Inside Edition
  • BOEHNER: A repeal and replace of Obamacare is 'not going to happen'

    Former Republican House Speaker John Boehner doesn't think the GOP can fully repeal and replace...

    Business Insider
  • Sad boy's attempt at hooking up reminds us to text carefully

    Pro tip: If you're going to text your bro about going to a girl's dorm to hook up, triple check to make sure you're not sending that text to the girl you think you're hooking up with instead. Chances are, that hook up will be null and void. This guy learned the hard way when he made his intentions very, very clear to his buddy, but problem is, it wasn't his buddy who saw his plan.  SEE ALSO: Twitter's new anti-abuse measure stops notifications for threads started by people you've blocked Twitter user tired girl posted these texts between her and a guy she goes to school with:  pic.twitter.com/YuiCja8J9L — tired girl (@killermarecat) February 20, 2017 K, so this starts off pretty innocent. Although you begin to get a feel for his intentions with the "Can I come over?" text, he's offering to bring her chocolate, which seems nice and thoughtful. Then...   Image: tired girl/Twitter WOAH THERE OMG. Clearly, this was not meant for her eyes. Otherwise, they have an extremely interesting arrangement that we would love to investigate further. After the guy tries to salvage any of the dignity he has left, the girl quickly shuts him down after realizing his end game. And what better way to shame a shady guy than to expose him on Twitter.  He didn't seem to like this kind of attention because he followed up with:  @killermarecat pic.twitter.com/WzravkYb8Z — tired girl (@killermarecat) February 20, 2017 Guys on Twitter didn't take the hint that this is no way to woo a lady because they, too, got creepy and the girl started receiving these messages in her DMs: :| pic.twitter.com/8ufGRgQrse — tired girl (@killermarecat) February 22, 2017 @ these guys: how in the world did you see this as an invitation to hit on this girl IN HER DMs? Did you not just learn from these awkward texts? C'mon, do better. So remember: Be careful of who you're texting, or you'll be exposed on Twitter. You'll need more than chocolate to win someone's heart. And maybe never use the phrase "BALLS DEEP BRO" if you ever want to get laid again. BONUS: Oscars contender 'La La Land' gets an old school video game treatment

    Mashable
  • Alan Colmes Dead: Fox News Channel and Radio Host Dies at 66

    Fox News Channel's Alan Colmes has died at the age of 66 — find out more

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  • Utah Teens Allegedly Left 14-Year-Old for Dead After Shooting Her in the Head and Robbing Her

    Two Utah teens were charged Tuesday with the attempted murder of a 14-year-old girl who police said was shot in the back of the head, robbed and then left for dead last week. The 16-year-old boys, who were arrested over the weekend, are charged with one count each of first-degree felony attempted aggravated murder and aggravated robbery and four counts each of second-degree felony obstructing justice. The two teen suspects allegedly lured their victim to a dry canal bed in Smithfield, Utah, under the guise of selling her a knife, according to charging documents obtained by PEOPLE.

    People
  • Fit Mom Tammy Hembrow Shares a Photo of Her Loose Belly Skin Post-Baby

    Australian fitness trainer and mom-of-two Tammy Hembrow bounced back to having a flat tummy just weeks after giving birth to her second child, but she recently shared a photo that shows that her stomach isn’t perfect — and she’s totally fine with that. On Saturday, Hembrow posted a mirror selfie on Instagram that shows her holding her baby while wearing a crop top and gray leggings.

    People
  • What’s new on Netflix and what’s leaving in March 2017

    Our complete list of what's new on Netflix for March 2017 and which titles will be removed will help you catch up on your binging, and ensure you don't miss any titles heading into the ether.

    Digital Trends