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Prince George Has BIG Plans For His Very First Christmas! See The Royal List Of Activities HERE!

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We already mentioned that Kate Middleton and Prince William will be bringing everyone together for Prince George's very first Christmas, and the list of activities the royal family has planned is quite a doozy!!

First, they will head to

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Beyoncé & Jay-Z Escape To NOLA & Avoid The Lip Synch Criticism!

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Beyonce New Orleans Restaurant Obama Inauguration

Beyoncé must be gearing up for her big performance at the Super Bowl… because she’s already been spotted in New Orleans!

It seems Queen Bey is paying no mind to all the talk going on about her lip synched Presidential Inauguration performance yesterday!

Right after she sang, Sasha Fierce and hubby Jay-Z whisked themselves off to

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Diddy Tweets Christmas Family Fun!

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Diddy is one great daddy! Especially at Christmas!

The rapper had so much fun giving his kids a wonderful holiday, he just had to share it with everyone else! He tweeted:

Ch-ch-check out the pics (below) to see all the Combs family holiday excitement, including the presents, the food, the tree…

And of course the most important thing- the family! Thanks, Diddy!

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Confessions Of An Adonis: Mario Lopez Reveals The Best And Worst Of His Diet

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Lopez diet questions

Mario Lopez has, hands down, one of the BEST and most famous bodies in Hollywood.

We all know that what he eats is just as important as what he benches, so check out the Extra host's honest diet confessions

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Prince William Played Soccer On Christmas Eve

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Prince William Christmas soccer

Such a great idea for a Christmas tradition! Burn a few calories before diving face first into a holiday feast.

Much like American's are known to play a game of football on Thanksgiving, it looks like the English play soccer on Christmas Eve.

Prince William joined estate workers and villagers, as well as other members of the Royal Family, for a game of soccer which he was able to win.

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Thanksgiving PSA

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Christopher Ameruoso has a new PSA just in time for Thanksgiving.

It's about… you guessed it, turkeys!

5 and a half MILLION turkeys will be slaughtered this year just for our Thanksgiving feasts.

There are other ways.

Like going vegan!

Turkeys - "Wanted Alive!"

It's never too late to have a cruelty-free Thanksgiving.

Save the turkeys!

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4 Tips For A Dog-Friendly Thanksgiving

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For those of you who are doing a traditional Thanksgiving feast (even though there are just as tasty vegan options if you're interested) there are some things NOT to feed your dog, as well as some tips to make the most of the Thanksgiving feast for you pet pooch.

1. No Table Scraps. Turkey, basted in fats, the crispy skin, mashed potatoes with thick gravy, stuffing, and pretty much everything else on your table is actually not good for your dog. So watch those table scraps.

2. Watch For Begging. Even though the only way to stop begging would be to keep your dog out of the room, there is a little tip to help. Keep healthy dog treats on the table so when they come begging, you can treat them with a healthy trick!

3. Special Dog Dinner If you want to include your dog, you can remove the skin from a turkey leg, simmer it on the stove top, remove the bones, and serve it to your doggie alongside the family. Make sure to let it cool sufficiently before serving it.

4. Post-Dinner Walk All that turkey and food is gonna make you tired after the feast but you should take your dog for an after-meal walk. It'll help you burn the calories and you can make it a nice treat for them. Go further than normal, take a different route, treat your doggy, be thankful for their love, and burn some calories too!

Follow these easy tips and everyone, especially your doggy, will have a happy and healthy holiday feast!

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