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Adele Reveals Which Track On 25 Is Her 'F*ck You' Song & The Weirdest Endorsement Offers She's Received!

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We absolutely can't wait!

Ever since Adele popped back on the scene when she dropped Hello — her first single after a three year hiatus — the songstress has been breaking records and slaying the game.

In anticipation of the Someone Like You singer's third album being released Friday, the British beauty sat down for a candid interview with The Guardian about life, fame, and of course 25!

Video: Demi Lovato's Amazing Cover Of Adele's Hello HERE!

The 27-year-old's life has obviously changed quite a bit in the last few years as she's been thrust into the spotlight.

Adele reflected back on the moment before Someone Like You hit number 1 on the charts, saying:

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Size 22 Model Tess Holliday Has No Problem With Being Called 'Fat'! See What She Had To Say About The F-Word HERE!

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Tess Holliday talks the word fat.

Call her fat all you want, Tess Holliday doesn't mind!

The world's first size 22 model has no qualms about that particular F-word because to her it's just a neutral adjective, though she didn't always feel nonchalant about it.

[ Related: Tess Lands Her First Major Mag Cover! ]

She said:

"To me it's just a word, but it wasn't until I discovered the body positive community that I became OK with it. I've been called fat my whole life. I am fat, so it's kind of silly to get mad about it."

She's also unapologetic about turning to food for comfort:

"Everyone has their vices. but mine [comfort eating] are visible. If I shot all day and I want a fucking hot chocolate and a chocolate croissant I'm going to eat it. Am I going to eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner? No. Is it OK to do it? If you want. But, you know, no one is coming at celebrities for smoking two packs of cigarettes. Or people who post a photo with their drink at the end of the day. So why is it OK to do that to me? Life is shitty, so why would you judge somebody for dealing with it in the best way they can?"

The 29-year-old has come a long way to body acceptance, especially considering the cruel words she heard from her own father growing up:

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Lana Del Rey Is Pissed! She Is Fuming Over Journalist Who Quoted Her Saying 'I Wish I Was Dead' - Why??

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It seems that Lana Del Rey doesn't REALLY want to die.

The Guardian released an interview that included Lana claiming "I wish I was dead already," but the Shades Of Cool beauty insists she was asked "leading questions about death and persona."

Lana tweeted and deleted:

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Critics Wish The Spice Girls' Viva Forever! Would Just END Already!


Yeesh! Maybe Victoria Beckham showed up late on the red carpet because she knew what was coming!

And believe us, it DOES NOT sound good!

The much-hyped new musical, Viva Forever!, which is based around the music of our beloved Spice Girls, premiered last night in London, and while critics were delighted to once again see Posh, Emma Bunton, Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm, and Geri Halliwell all together once again…that was about it!

The show has been absolutely torn to SHREDS in pretty much every review released so far!

Here are some HIGHlights:

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Rachel Maddow Wants Other Gay News Anchors To Come Out Of The Closet!

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Whether she was referring to him or not, we think she still makes an excellent point!

Although most have made the assumption at this point that Anderson Cooper is gay, the new anchor has never officially come out of the closet, and fellow presenter Rachel Maddow recently spoke out about similar people in their position, claiming that they have a responsibility to publicly acknowledge their sexual preference!

She's quoted saying:

"I'm sure other people in the business have considered reasons why they're doing what they're doing, but I do think that if you're gay you have a responsibility to come out."

However, she later took to her blog to clarify her statement, and explain that she was not SPECIFICALLY referring to Cooper!

She explains:

"I wasn't asked about Anderson Cooper, I didn't say anything about him, he literally was never discussed during the interview at all — even implicitly. I don't tend to be shy when I criticize — you wouldn't have to read between the lines if that's what I was trying to do. I did not in my interview with The Guardian say anything about or to Mr. Cooper, nor would I. Although criticism of Mr. Cooper was intimated by The Guardian and picked up everywhere — I did not make that criticism in the interview, nor did I imply it, nor is it what I believe. I also believe that coming out makes for a happier life, but that's not a matter of ethics, that's just corny advice."

Fair enough, and agreed on all counts!

Given everything that's happened in the past year or so, we frankly can't understand why anyone who actually is gay and in a position to help others would want to keep their preference private, but we suppose everyone has to do what they think is right for them.

We WILL however, keep our fingers crossed and hope that some will come around soon!

Be PROUD of who are you, and don't let anyone else make you question that!

[Images via WENN.]

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Critics Are NOT Enjoying The William & Kate Movie!

Sorry, Lifetime, but it shouldn't come as a TOTAL shocker that critics aren't feeling this one!

Last month, we got a first look at the William & Kate movie (above), which arrived right in time for royal wedding fever.

Guess the critics don't have the fever though, because they do NOT have positive things to say about this made-for-TV movie.

Here's what Britain's The Guardian had to say about it:

“So bad it’s awful, toe-curlingly, teeth-furringly, pillow-bitingly ghastly."

That same newspaper also said that the movie was “far worse than expectations, which were low to begin with.”

Obviously this was never going to be an award winner, but we're sure the movie went down nicely with that cheap merlot and tissues. Ha!

Did U see the William & Kate movie? What did U think about it?

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