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  • People are talking about boobs — nipples, to be exact. The #freethenipple campaign has garnered support from celebrities, including Chrissy Teigen, Miley Cyrus, Liv Tyler and Lena Dunham.


    And in New York City’s Times Square, the desnudas, Spanish for “the naked ladies,” are caught in the debate.


    These women are the newest addition to the cast of characters that pose for photos in Times Square. For about a $10 tip, you can take a souvenir picture with the women, who are completely nude except for a thong and some patriotic paint. The desnudas say they earn about $300 day.


    Officially, it’s legal for women to be topless wherever it’s legal for men to be topless in New York state, along with Hawaii, Maine, Ohio and Texas.

    But New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is not a fan. He says there is no room for nudity in Times Square.
    In a press conference on Aug 18, he said, “It’s wrong, it’s wrong. It’s just — look I, as a progressive who believes in civil liberties and believes in our First

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    From Lorde to Lena Dunham, to the U.S. women’s soccer team, to Julia Roberts and Joan Baez — Taylor Swift seems to be on a ruthless mission to bring every famous woman onstage with her during her “1989” tour.

    After attending Swift’s concert in Santa Clara, Calif., where Roberts and Baez both made an appearance, writer Lara Marie Schoenhals decided to make her own predictions about who would appear at TSwift’s next concert.

    In a hilarious video titled “Please Welcome to the Stage,” Schoenhals pretends she is Swift introducing her next impressive surprise guests.

    According to Schoenhals, future guests could be the hologram of Maya Angelou, Gigi Hadid and the Blair Witch, not to mention the first woman ever, EVE! — among others.

    We can’t wait to see if Swift introduces Eve at her next concert.

     

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  • Christopher Duffley, 14, stole the show yesterday evening before a Boston Red Sox game.

    The teenager, who is blind and autistic, was invited to sing the national anthem at Fenway Park and blew away the crowd.

    Duffley, from Manchester, N.H., was born prematurely, weighing only 1 pound 12 ounces, and was rendered blind because of retinopathy of prematurity.

    Monday marked Duffley’s third time singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” at Fenway. After he finished, fans and players gave him a huge ovation.

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    Looks like “wow” and “whoa” aren’t the only phrases that Owen Wilson overuses in movies.

    Thanks to a new supercut called “Things Owen Wilson Says,” we can now see just how many crutch phrases the actor repeats in his films.

    “Come on,” “honestly,” “unbelievable” and, of course “wow” and “whoa” are just a few phrases that Wilson has used in all of his movies.

    Our favorite line has to be “crazier than a road lizard,” because how do you get away with saying that phrase in multiple movies?

    This is the latest installment of Owen Wilson supercut videos made by the YouTube channel Owenergy Studios.

    Let this be a warning to all, be careful when letting Owen Wilson ad-lib, because somehow “crazier than a road lizard” might make it into the film.  

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  • Next time you see a koala, you may want to think twice before giving it a hug.

    Australian dairy farmer Ebony Churchill was herding her cows down a muddy road on her quad bike when she realized a pretty aggressive koala was chasing her down.

    She told the Advertiser, “He was close, but then he started running towards me, and I thought I better speed up [on the quad bike]. I thought if I got further down the track, he would lose interest. I got to the end of the cows and couldn’t go any further, so that’s when I bailed off the bike. They’ve got hard, sharp claws, and I didn’t want to have him grabbing at my leg as I was on the bike.”

    Ebony surrendered her bike after the koala caught up to her and grabbed on to the back tire.

    “He sat on the tire for a while, and I didn’t want to upset him,” she said. “I started herding the cows on foot, and when I looked back, he had got off the bike and was walking away.”

    Ebony's theory as to why the koala ran after her: “He was in love with me, and I rejected

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