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Iggy Azalea was totally taken advantage of by the ex-boyfriend/producer who says he shot a sex tape with her -- because she says the creep also illegally copied data from her laptop. Iggy filed a federal lawsuit against Jefe Wine, accusing him of downloading the entire contents of her personal computer back in 2009 while they were living together in Atlanta. Iggy's lawsuit accuses him of directly using, or at the very least, converting the stolen data to create this new release. Jefe claims he has a document signed by Iggy giving him exclusive rights to her music and music videos.
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Milan rang in its fashion week with something old, and something new, and some still on the cusp. Tried-and-true designers like Gucci opened up five days of womenswear previews for next spring and summer, alongside some hot, young talent -- Stella Jean and Fausto Puglesi, to name two -- who have gotten a firm leg up in recent seasons as Italy's fashion city has sought to energize the moda Milanese with new names. Vogue Italia dug deeper into the talent pool, showcasing a new generation of designers from their "Who's on Next" competition, showing off the creations during a cocktail hour.
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A companion guide to Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" promises not only some background on one of the year's most anticipated movies--but also some basic science. Publisher W.W. Norton and Company announced Wednesday that Kip Thorne's "The Science of Interstellar" will coincide with the November release of the movie. Thorne is a theoretical physicist, and was the scientific adviser and executive producer of "Interstellar." The book will include a foreword by Nolan. Another tie-in book was previously announced: "Interstellar: Beyond Time and Space," by Mark Cotta Vaz.
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Today in first world problems: The iOS 8 update requires a whopping near 5 GB on the iPhone — and who in the world has that much storage available? Apple released the update Wednesday, sending customers in a blind fit of rage upon realizing they'd have to delete apps, photos and music — basically everything they have ever been and ever will be — to make room for the software upgrade.
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Talk about the power of music! As Miranda Lambert continues her 2014 Platinum tour across the states, the country darling shared a very special moment with one fan Saturday night. While performing her smash hit single "Over You," Mrs. Blake Shelton noticed a sweet young girl in the crowd named Brooke Hester. Wearing a pink cowgirl hat and a mask to prevent germs from reaching her, the 7-year-old cancer patient grabbed the singer's hand for a tender, unannounced moment. Turns out, the quick interaction deeply moved Lambert, who had to stop singing as tears began streaming down her face. Luckily, the crowd was able to sing loud and proud for the remainder of the song.
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Sometimes it takes a little bit of vandalizing to get your point across. One friendly neighborhood Canadian decided to upgrade his local crime watch signs by putting pictures of superheroes on them. Maybe crime was running rampant and he needed to deter criminals from his neighborhood. A couple of Redditors confirmed that the signs were indeed from a neighborhood in Toronto. What better way to fight crime than with Internet access and printable stickers? If anything, it raises awareness.
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Sherri Shepherd is opening up about her surrogate baby drama with ex Lamar Sally. Well, sort of. During an appearance on The Wendy Williams Show today, the 47-year-old former View co-host gave a brief update on where things stand with the custody battle over Lamar Sally Jr.-- their newborn son whom Shepherd has yet to meet. Shepherd told the audience, "We can't say anything about that. I have a lot of lawyers and I'm in court right now and it's very public and it's very painful.
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Dow Ends At Record After Fed Maintains Low Rates
The Dow Jones industrial average is closing at a record high after the Federal Reserve maintained its stance on record-low interest rates. The Dow rose 24 points, or 0.2 percent, to close at 17,156 Wednesday, surpassing its previous high from July by 18 points. The blue-chip average rose as much as 89 points after the Fed kept the phrase "considerable time," in referring to how long it would wait before raising interest rates. The Nasdaq rose nine points, or 0.2 percent, to 4,562.