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Korean R&B Star Dean Releases Video for 'Dayfly' - Watch Now!

Dean is finally back!

The 26-year-old South Korean singer-songwriter returned on Thursday (March 28) with the music video for his song “Dayfly” featuring Korean indie singer Rad Museum and f(x) star Sulli.

“Dayfly” marks Dean‘s return to music after a year spent writing and recording, including spending four months in London’s RAK Studios and Metropolis Studios.

“Visually, my upcoming album is gonna mix cultures, video, film, and fashion. I’ve been interested in minimalism and futuristic designs, and I think London is the best place to learn and be inspired for those things. Plus London has so much history and an amazing vibe,” Dean said of his upcoming music.

“It’s about regret and repetitive cycles. ‘Instagram’ and ‘dayfly’ have common themes. It’s about observing myself. I couldn’t see myself for a longtime. This album is about expressing who I am, who I was, and who I want to be. Someday I won’t be able to remember everything and someday I will eventually die. So my motivation came from wanting to make my own record of my life and my legacy,” he said of the song.

Watch the video for “Dayfly” and read the lyrics…

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Olivia de Havilland Loses Legal Battle Against FX & 'Feud'

Oscar-winning actress Olivia de Havilland‘s defamation lawsuit against FX Networks has been thrown out by a three-judge panel in the court of appeals.

The legendary actress sued the network, alleging that she was defamed by a damaging portrayal in the Ryan Murphy limited series Feud. She says the producers never asked permission for the portrayal or consulted over the events that happened in the show.

The court unanimously ruled that the First Amendment protects filmmakers who portray real events with fictionalized elements.

“Whether a person portrayed in one of these expressive works is a world-renowned film star — ‘a living legend’ — or a person no one knows, she or he does not own history,” Justice Anne Egerton wrote (via Variety). “Nor does she or he have the legal right to control, dictate, approve, disapprove, or veto the creator’s portrayal of actual people.”

FX received support from the Motion Picture Association of America as a ruling in de Havilland‘s favor would give celebrities and politicians the right to shut down any films about their lives.