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Ed Sheeran Confesses: Tears, Trauma, and Those Bad Habits

When he became a dad, his ‘party boy’ days ended. Then tragedy struck, forcing him to face his hidden dark side — and hit his hottest creative streak.

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Mar-a-Lago Prosecutors Claim Trump Lied to His Own Attorneys: Report 

The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals granted a temporary stay on a ruling breaking the attorney-client privilege between Trump and his lawyer

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Dancers Sue 7M Films Claiming Owner Runs a ‘Cult’

A year after Rolling Stone reported that a company that managed TikTok dancers was allegedly isolating its clients, a new filing makes those accusations official

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Andrew Tate Built an Empire on Bullshit. Here’s the Real Story

The misogynist influencer’s legal team claims he created a character to sell his gospel, but will separating fact from fiction finally bring him down? 


Fake Bands, Real Songs: The 50 Best Tunes by Made-Up Musicians

From the Archies to the Wonders to Daisy Jones & the Six

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The Best Photos From the SXSW Music Festival

J.I.D, Saba, Villano Antillano, Bartees Strange, Pheelz, and lots more

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Michael B. Jordan’s Biggest Fight Is With Himself

The actor-director has a firm spot on top of Hollywood’s A-list. So why does he still think he’s got so much to prove?


50 Genuinely Horrible Albums by Brilliant Artists

Dylan, Lennon, Bowie, Outkast — even the greatest of greats screw up sometimes. These are the epic duds that diehard fans would like to pretend never happened.

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