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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 2015 - Full Performers Lineup!

There’s just one day left until the 2015 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and we’re so excited about all the performers set to make appearances in the annual event.

The parade will kick off at 9/8c on NBC and it takes place live in New York City. It starts at 77th Street and Central Park West and finishes right in front of Macy’s on 34th Street, where most of the performances happen.

Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, and Al Roker will be hosting NBC’s coverage of the event.

Some of the entertainers that will appear include Mariah Carey, Andy Grammer, Jordin Sparks, and many more. You can expect some of the top names in music as well as some of the hottest shows on Broadway!

Click inside for the full list of Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade performers… More Here! »

Barbie Commercial Features a Boy for the First Time Ever!

The latest Barbie commercial (promoting the Moschino Barbie doll) is out and we’re loving that a boy was used in the ad!

This is the first time that a boy is featured in a Barbie commercial and the actor chosen is as fierce as the line he gets to deliver.

“Moschino Barbie is so fierce,” the boy says. He then picks up a phone and says, “It’s for you, Moschino Barbie!”

The new doll was released alongside an accompanying exclusive eight-piece ready to wear Moschino collection and it’s available now!

Moschino Barbie Commercial

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Jean Jullien's Eiffel Tower Sketch Becomes Paris' Peace Symbol

An image that has gone viral on social media after the Paris terror attacks on Friday (November 13) is a sketch of the Eiffel Tower within a peace symbol, created by artist Jean Jullien.

The artist posted the image on his Twitter account shortly after news spread of the attacks and the post has since gotten nearly 50,000 retweets and over 30,000 likes.

“This is an image for everyone, this is a message of peace,” Jean told TMZ. He added that he needed a way to express himself after he heard about the attacks, so he decided to “draw the symbol of peace and share it as a sign of solidarity.”

Paris Pianist Performs John Lennon's 'Imagine' Outside Bataclan After Terror Attacks (Video)

After the horrific terror attacks in Paris on Friday (November 13), an emotional moment happened in the aftermath of the events.

A man set up his piano outside the Bataclan concert venue, where many people were killed and over a hundred people were held hostage, to perform the classic John Lennon song “Imagine.”

The identity of the man is not known at this time, but video from the moment is going viral online.

127 people have died from the attacks and there are 80 still in critical condition. We continue to send out our thoughts and condolences to everyone affected.

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Celebrities React to Deadly Paris Attacks - Read the Tweets

Celebrities are shocked and heartbroken over the devastating news of the attacks happening in Paris right now on Friday (November 13).

There are reports of at least 35 people dead in several attacks around the city. Not much is known at this time, but there was a shooting at a restaurant, an explosion at the Stade de France, and 100 hostages being held at a theater.

President Hollande was at the stadium of the time of the attacks watching a soccer match and he reportedly was evacuated from the stadium.

Celebrities such as Harry Styles, Sophia Bush, Nick Jonas, and Suki Waterhouse, as well as many more, have taken to Twitter to send their thoughts and prayers to the people in Paris.

Click inside to read more tweets about the Paris attacks… More Here! »

Joel Hodgson Launches 'Bring Back Mystery Science Theater 3000' Kickstarter Campaign!

Mystery Science Theater 3000, which was also known by the abbreviation MST3K, is about to get a reboot thanks to a Kickstarter campaign that series creator Joel Hodgson just launched!

The cult favorite show started on a local Minnesota television station in 1988 and later aired on Comedy Central for six seasons until it was canceled in 1997. The Sci-Fi Channel then picked it up for another three seasons until it finally ended in 1999.

The show followed a man and his robots, who were trapped aboard the “Satellite of Love” and forced by mad scientists to watch some of the worst movies ever made.

If $2 million is raised, three episodes can be produced. For every extra $1.1 million raised, another three episodes can be produced. The goal is to raise $5.5 million for a total of twelve episodes.

Go to right now to pledge to the campaign and see the rewards!

Twitter Changing 'Favorites' to 'Likes' with a New Heart Icon

Twitter is changing the old-standard “favorite” star button to a “like” heart, the social media site announced today (November 3).

“We are changing our star icon for favorites to a heart and we’ll be calling them likes. We want to make Twitter easier and more rewarding to use, and we know that at times the star could be confusing, especially to newcomers. You might like a lot of things, but not everything can be your favorite,” the Twitter blog announced.

“The heart, in contrast, is a universal symbol that resonates across languages, cultures, and time zones. The heart is more expressive, enabling you to convey a range of emotions and easily connect with people. And in our tests, we found that people loved it,” the blog post continued. They also announced the news in a video, which you can watch below.

Fans did not seem too receptive to the idea, adding comments such as, “Can we talk about this for a second?,” “nooooooooooooooo this is awful,” “this absolutely reeks of panic FYI,” and “but not everything we “favorite” we “like”. Sometimes it’s just like bookmark-ing a tweet. Oh well, I’ll miss the star.”

WHAT IS YOUR OPINION on the heart vs. the star??

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