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    Adele Adkins, born on May 5, 1988, is a famous English singer-songwriter from London, England. In the memoir, Adele: A Celebration of an Icon and Her Music by Sarah-Louise James, the author overviews Adele’s life and her success. The audience get to learn more about Adele’s early life all the way to her graduating the BRIT school and gaining a recording contract. Readers learn more about what happened afterwards all the way to today and learn how successful and inspirational she became. Throughout

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    Adele Adkins, born on May 5, 1988, is a famous English singer-songwriter from London, England. In the memoir, Adele: A Celebration of an Icon and Her Music by Sarah-Louise James, the author overviews Adele’s life and her success. The audience get to learn more about Adele’s early life all the way to her graduating the BRIT school and gaining a recording contract. Readers learn more about what happened afterwards all the way to today and learn how successful and inspirational she became. Throughout

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    My Favorite Home

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    It was a warm sunny day on May 10th, and I decided to have a few of my favorite people to surround me and make my day a lot brighter. I had invited some amazing people over, Marilyn Monroe, Gwen Stefani, Nicki Minaj, Alicia Keys and Demi Lovato. I heard the doorbell ring, I then got up excitedly and welcomed the first guest into my rather small house. I gave Marilyn a hug, looking at her smooth and pale complexion. The outfit she had on was stunning; it was a long white dress with ruffles at the

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    Janis Siegel, who has won nine Grammy’s and has been nominated for another seventeen Grammy’s is most famous for her diverse musical talent. Janis Siegel was born on July 23rd, 1952 in Brooklyn, New York. She began learning about music at an early age and she began singing with a trio girl group at the age of twelve. The group was called The Young Generation. By the time she had graduated high school, she and her band had already released two singles both produced by Richard Perry. Janis Siegel says

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    The humorous yet intriguing play, “Madea Goes To jail”, by Tyler Perry, is about a silly yet serious woman named Madea who finds herself in jail after refusing to pay for gas in her car. Regardless of the circumstances, she gave her brand advice and wisdom to her friends and family as they learn the importance of letting go, moving on, and forgiveness. The play opens on Vanessa, who is Madea’s deceased sister’s son’s wife(Sonny). Sonny entered the room looking for his work shirt, so he could pay

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    JoJo Fletcher is doing a great job as The Bachelorette, but it turns out this season almost didn't happen. A source is now revealing that during the filming of the show JoJo actually threatened to quit the show and never finish the season. This would have been a huge problem for ABC, and luckily JoJo decided to stick it out. In Touch Weekly shared the details about what upset JoJo so much that she almost gave up on the show. At first, when JoJo started on the show, she was really excited about

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    TITLE: Threnody GENRE: Slasher Horror LOGLINE: Trapped overnight within a 24 hour liquor store, a young woman fights to survive an assault from a psychotic admirer who doesn’t accept her rejection. TAGLINE: No means no. PITCH: A divisive, female driven slasher horror story whose motivations originate from rape culture, affluenza, and victim shaming; emphasizing the controversy of young murderers. Sexploitation for the 21 century. SYNOPSIS: PROLOGUE: In a dive bar called The Blind Donkey, ELLIOT

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    Bernadette Peters (originally named Bernadette Lazzara) was born on February 28, 1948, in Queens, New York. At the age of 3 and a half, Bernadette’s mother decided to put her on a show called “Juvenile Jury”. This decision created the start of Bernadette’s career in show business. At the age of five, Peters started appearing on shows such as “Name That tune and “The Horn And Hardart Children's Hour”. In 1958, Peters earned her equity card at the age of nine. Upon receiving her equity card, Bernadette

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    JoJo Fletcher is now trying to find love on "The Bachelorette," but her ex-boyfriend is speaking out and he says that there was stuff that everyone might not know. Rumors flew that Caila would get the job, but she wasn't the one picked. JoJo was on the show with Ben Higgins and made it to the final two. After that, she went back home and reunited with her ex Chad Rookstool. He is actually the one who sent her roses and a note while she was on the show and even kept her dog for her while she was gone

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    Slave Monologue

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    S00N66L1 50805121215! "Rin are you fucking stupid?! You can't just buy a slave!" "What? Yes I can. There’s a shop right over there. See look, limited time offer only, buy one get one slave free." Said Rin, pointing towards a cheerful sign outside of a stone building. "Oh my god Rin they aren’t animals! They’re people just like you." Mari exclaimed, ashamed of her friend’s idea. "Well technically Mari, they are considered property.” Replied Rin, his words filled with facts, given the legal

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