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So Inspiring!! YouTube Star & Former X Factor Contestant Trevor Moran Comes Out!

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So happy to see this!!

Trevor Moran, the popular YouTube star who made his first mark as a contestant on The X Factor, has just come out in his most recent video!

Related: Shahs Of Sunset Star Gets Secretly Married!

The viral vid star opened up about his decision in a heartwarming and inspiring video, while still making fun of himself in a REALLY endearing way, and we are LOVING this video right now!!!

It all started with his music video nearly two weeks ago for the track I Wanna Fly, where Trevor more than hinted at his attractions through the song and vid (below):

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Howard Stern Appeals Ruling In His SiriusXM Radio Lawsuit

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A New York judge tossed Howard Stern's lawsuit against SiriusXM Radio out of court last week, but the shock jock isn't backing down.

He has appealed the ruling and maintains the company screwed him out of "promised" stock awards after exceeding target subscribers.

Howard's team felt they were owed $300 million, but the judge said his contract's language “is inconsistent with any reading that the parties intended subscribers acquired by merger with XM to be considered” in awarding stock.

Lawyers for the infamous radio host

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Ouch! Netflix Lost 800,000 Subscribers In Its Third Quarter!

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Wait for it…wait for it….okay Netflix competitors! Go! Go! Go!

In the latest chapter of Netflix's Downward Spiral, the company has officially lost 800,000 U.S. subscribers in the third quarter! Wow.

Apparently, that's 210,000 more subscribers than Netflix had projected they'd lose. Wow X2.

The company's shares have now

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Blockbuster Says F-U To Netflix, Offers 1 Free Month EVEN To Former Free Trial Members!!!

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Ha!

Late last month, we reported that Netflix shares were down 11.4%, and we had mentioned that Blockbuster might be a force to be reckoned with for the company in the near future.

Now, in a ballsy move by Blockbuster, they've sent out emails to former free trial members offering them ANOTHER free month in an effort to prove themselves as viable Netflix Qwikster Whateverflix competition!

Here's the message from Blockbuster's email, sent to us by a Perezcious reader:

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Boo! Netflix Prices Going Up…A LOT!

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You are NOT impressing us lately, Netflix!

Last month, the National Association of the Deaf filed a lawsuit against the company for not providing closed captioning for most of their streaming movies.

We were thinking it was bullshiz that the hearing impaired couldn't enjoy the same features as everyone else, and now Netflix is pulling some more bullshiz by raising prices!

The company announced that they'll be raising the price for unlimited streaming/one-out-at-a-time unlimited DVD rentals by 60%! It'll go from $9.99 to $15.98 per month! WTF?!?!?

They'll now be offering plans for unlimited streaming only OR unlimited one-out-at-a-time DVDS only for $7.99/month each, but given the fact that people were previously able to get both for only $2 more, that seems really lame.

Here's what a Netflix exec had to say about the new price options:

"By offering our lowest prices ever, we hope to provide great value to our current and future DVDs by mail members."

And here's what Netflix's VP of Marketing Jessie Becker had to say about it:

"Creating an unlimited DVDs by mail plan (no streaming) at our lowest price ever, $7.99, does make sense and will ensure a long life for our DVDs by mail offering."

It's seriously uncool that they're trying to make it seem like this is a GOOD thing for subscribers. The streaming option is one of the best aspects of Netflix service, and we're thinking that LOTS of people will have to reassess the value of their memberships based on these changes.

What do U think about Netflix's price changes?

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