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by Lambert & Lindsey posted Sep 19 2014 7:10AM

"Rolling Stone" has determined what it believes is pop music's "greatest year," and not surprisingly it is NOT this year . . . or last year . . . or 2008. It's 1984.

And to back that up, they've listed the year's "Best 100 Singles." To qualify, the song had to be released in 1984 or have significant chart impact that year, appearing high on the Billboard Hot 100.

Here's the Top 10. Check out the full list from "Rolling Stone"

1. "When Doves Cry", Prince and the Revolution

2. "Borderline", Madonna

3. "I Feel for You", Chaka Khan

4. "Let's Go Crazy", Prince and the Revolution

5. "Thriller", Michael Jackson

6. "Time After Time", Cyndi Lauper

7. "The Boys of Summer", Don Henley

8. "Purple Rain", Prince and the Revolution

9. "Born in the U.S.A.", Bruce Springsteen

10. "The Glamorous Life", Sheila E.

Full 100 is Here

by Lambert & Lindsey posted Sep 19 2014 6:03AM
So you're lucky enough to be one of the first people to get an iPhone 6, what do you do? Hopefully you're not like this guy in Perth and drop it. Gravity, thou art a harsh mistress.

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by Sarah Jordan posted Sep 18 2014 4:06PM
If you are "All About The Bass"....then you will love Meghan Trainor's cover of Taylor Swift's "SHAKE IT OFF"
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by Sarah Jordan posted Sep 18 2014 9:55AM
We cannot wait for The Voice...Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and Jimmy fallon face off in an awesome LIP SYNC BATTLE!
by Sarah Jordan posted Sep 18 2014 9:27AM
We LOVE when our fav old TV shows get together for a reunion like this! It's the cast of 7th Heaven looking like they've barely aged! We love to see that they are still close, especially Jessica Biel and Beverly Mitchell!
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by Sarah Jordan posted Sep 17 2014 5:26PM
For our WILD EGGS FOOD OF THE DAY..." Miranda Lambert just made the dreams come true of Brooke Hester. The 7-year-old cutie has been battling Stage IV Neuroblastoma Cancer since 2010, and on Sept. 13, stood alongside the stage at American Bank Center in Corpus Christi, Texas. While singing her emotional song, "Over You," Miranda bent down to sing to Brooke — who was wearing a pink cowgirl hat and a mask over her face to prevent germs.

In the amazing video, Miranda continues singing to her while holding her hand but can not continue singing for long as she starts to cry. Even moments later after she stands up, she does not start singing again but instead lets the crowd finish the song, while she attempts to compose herself....." READ THE FULL STORY FROM HOLLYWOOD LIFE HERE

by Sarah Jordan posted Sep 17 2014 11:19AM
You. Are. Welcome. Swoon away ladies, swoon away. "This photograph of Benedict Cumberbatch posed as Pride and Prejudice's Mr. Darcy is a literal act of charity.The Sherlock star recreated Colin Firth's iconic scene of Darcy in the lake (from the BBC's 1995 television adaptation of the novel), as a part of the Give Up Clothes For Good campaign by Cancer Research UK and clothing store TK Maxx. " FULL STORY FROM TIME MAGAZINE HERE
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by Sarah Jordan posted Sep 17 2014 9:51AM
They're puppies, they're playfully swimming around underwater, and they are irresistibly cute because.. puppies! While award-winning photographer Seth Casteel knows that just that is more than enough to capture people's attention, he also hopes to pass along a message with the newly-released "Underwater Puppies," his follow-up to the best-selling book "Underwater Dogs." While Casteel admitted that he decided to use puppies in this book because "puppies are the most amazing creatures on the face of the earth," he also wanted to bring awareness to water safety for pets. FULL STORY FROM TODAY SHOW HERE
by Sarah Jordan posted Sep 17 2014 9:46AM
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The same guys who told us what the fox says are back with an equally puzzling new song and video about tying knots. It's called "The Trucker's Hitch," and what's not inconceivable is that the Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis could rope another viral sensation. FULL STORY FROM TODAY SHOW HERE
by Lambert & Lindsey posted Sep 17 2014 8:17AM
A photographer in Norway hiked up a popular cliff there earlier this week, and snapped a photo of some parents letting their baby crawl RIGHT next to the edge . . . just so THEY could get a cool photo of her. Fortunately, the baby did NOT fall off the cliff.

The drop off the cliff is 2,000 feet straight down, there's no railing, and if you fall, you DIE. The tourist association that manages the cliff won't put a fence up because it would ruin the views and the experience.

Worth it?? Read More HERE
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