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Graziano and O'Day join former EastEnders star Ricky Norwood , Ex On The Beach's Stephen Bear and Geordie Shore star Marnie Simpson as the final five still hoping to be crowned the victor. Bear made a beeline for Khan, leaned over the railings and locked lips with her before going on stage. But who knows what the future holds for the horny pair after Bear denied Chloe was his girlfriend during a heated chat with Renee Graziano in the house.
  • Rihanna & Drake Leave VMAs After Party Together

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    The video was directed by Kanye and Eli Linnetz, who also directed the "Famous" music video. Moving on to discuss Taylor Swift in his apparent one man show, he touched upon gun violence and insisted he still "loves" everyone, even Taylor.
  • Beyoncé took Blue Ivy as date to MTV VMAs

    Beyoncé took Blue Ivy as date to MTV VMAs

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    Her long dark hair was pulled back into two tight braided pig tails while her tiny nails were painted with a vibrant blue. In one photo the pair of posing for the camera with Blue Ivy's train fanned out in front of her mother's stunning outfit, while another shows Blue Ivy grinning with her hand on her hip in a candid moment.
  • Caila Admits She Broke Her Promise To Ashley I

    Caila Admits She Broke Her Promise To Ashley I

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    Grant says that's a "f*cked up" thing for her to say. Grant and Lace's relationship drama is taken to a whole new level on the August 29 episode of 'Bachelor in Paradise .' Lace flirts with Carl and other guys in the pool right in front of Grant.
  • Drake Announces His Love For Rihanna During VMAs Introduction

    Drake Announces His Love For Rihanna During VMAs Introduction

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    Several were announced just days before the live broadcast, and Beyonce's set was not announced until hours before the show went live. The Famous rapper, who has been involved in one of the most talked about rifts of the year with the Bad Blood singer, took to social media to declare "unity" between the pair.
  • Kanye West slams Taylor Swift (again!) at 2016 VMAs

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    Drake and Rihanna need to make it official already. Drake gave the most swoon-inducing speech about Rihanna last night at the VMA's-and our hearts are still recovering. (She wore the same style of shoes earlier this month during OVO Fest in Toronto.) She sang her most recent hits , including " Bitch Better Have My Money", "Needed Me" and "Pour It Up".
  • Donald Trump Says He Regrets Saying "The Wrong Thing"

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    Trump said, "This morning Paul Manafort offered, and I accepted, his resignation from the campaign". The New York businessman brought Manafort into the campaign in March to organize the Republican nomination, including the prospect of a delegate challenge by "Never Trump" opponents.
  • Britney Spears returns to MTV VMAs after a decade away

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    MTV's annual Video Music Awards ceremony took place last night. West took to the stage for six minutes, making reference to his latest spat with Swift, while also taking the time to reference his video for Famous, name checking Donald Trump, Anna Wintour, Amber Rose, his wife Kim Kardashian.
  • Charlie Sheen slashes child support to former wives

    Charlie Sheen slashes child support to former wives

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    He is also facing a number of lawsuits, including one from former fiancee Brett Rossi, who is suing Sheen for assault, battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress for allegedly failing to tell her he was HIV positive before they had unprotected sex.
  • Clinton, Trump clash over who is best for USA minorities

    Clinton, Trump clash over who is best for USA minorities

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    Lynette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson - better known as Diamond and Silk, two African-American sisters supporting Trump who frequently speak at his rallies - confirmed to CNN that the tweet referred to the late West Virginia Sen. Trump praised those Iowa Republican representatives who were on hand, including Ernst; U.S. Sen. "You are still the network kings", said Kaine, a Virginia U.S.