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A Little More Personal (Raw): Thanksgiving

A Little More Personal (Raw): Thanksgiving

All snarky commentary aside: I love you.

Thanksgiving is that time of year we’re encouraged to eat a lot of carbohydrates sans guilt, get together with friends & family and pronounce what we’re grateful for. I’ll let you in on a little secret (besides eating carbohydrates sans guilt): every day I recognize how grateful I am for you. Yes, YOU! underwent its greatest change this year since its creation in 2004, and white text on a black & yellow (#f1bd10) blog cannot express how much I enjoy what I do every single day. I wake up excited and fulfilled, and I couldn’t experience that without you. Yes, YOU! So thank you, thank you, thank you for reading all these years. I can’t wait for what’s next!

Happy Turkey Day! Now go get dem cheese grits.

- Jordan

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Is Lady Gaga Recording An Xmas Song?

One day after the ARTRAVE tour ends, Lady Gaga’s back in the recording studio.

She moves quick! Lady Gaga toured the world for months with her successful (and colorful) show, but first thing’s first: time for new music!

Mother Monster shared a photo of her in the studio today, but it’s unclear exactly WHAT she’s recording.

Hilary Duff’s Ruining Thanksgiving

Hilary Duff's Ruining Thanksgiving

Uh huh…..

Hilary Duff planned on stealing the spotlight at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in NYC tomorrow, but she just pulled out (lol).

She blames schedule conflicts, but she’s going to have to do better than that.

One Direction Score Fourth Number One Album

One Direction Score Fourth Number One

One Direction tops the charts, make history, panties dripping.

The band’s new album, “Four,” debuted atop the Billboard 200 charts this week, giving the band its fourth number one album – they are the only group in the 58-year history of the chart to see their first four albums debut at No. 1, according to Billboard.