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16-Year-Old Writes Angry Amazing Letter To The Times Complaining About The Way They Write About Teens! This Is Brilliant!

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That's the teenage spirit!

A 16-year-old named Jenni Herd from Scotland wrote an angry and brilliant letter to the British national daily, The Times, and her words are being heard around the world!

The teenager wrote in a fury about all of the articles that try and "understand" how teenagers work — when really their behavior makes a lot of sense!

Here's some of what she wrote:

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Elizabeth Olsen Is A Springtime Beauty For The Times

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Elizabeth Olsen is bringing black to springtime!

She's in a new spread for The Times looking like quite the blooming beauty in a black embellished dress and posing in front of some gorgeous greenery.

Lizzie's hair and Lancôme makeup are just so romantic, we think we've fallen in love!

A cat eye looks incredible on those big round eyes of hers!

Ch-ch-check out the rest of the photo shoot (below) for some more of Elizabeth's makeup magic!

[Image via The Times.]

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#ArmaniTweetTalks Discuss Important Issues In Fashion!

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Fashion has gone completely media crazed!

On July 26th, Armani will be holding its second Tweet Talks session in London, which is an interactive forum held on Twitter to discuss important issues in fashion today.

How interesting!

The debates take place in different cities every few months, and the convo is led by inquiries tweeted to the panelists and the answers are then tweeted back.

Last month

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Phantom Sequel Premieres To Mediocre Reviews!!

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We guess sequels RARELY work, even when it's the theater!!

The sequel to the super successful musical Phantom of the Opera, called Love Never Dies, premiered last night in London's West End, and the critics are not being kind!!!

Ben Brantley, of the New York Times, called it a "poor sap of a show (which) feels as eager to be walloped as a clown in a carnival dunking booth. If you don't know the first Phantom, you will be very confused; if you do know the first Phantom, you will also be very confused."

Benedict Nightingale, of The Times, wrote:

"Where's the menace, the horror, the psychological darkness?"

However, if you can shut your brain off and just listen, some critics thought that Webber has done good on the music!!

Quentin Letts, of the Daily Mail, said:

"But if it is a miss, it is … a noble miss, noble because Lloyd Webber's increasingly operatic music tries to lift us to a higher plane."

And from the Telegraph, Charles Spencer says the tunes are "blessed with superbly haunting melodies and a yearning romanticism that sent shivers racing down my spine."

Hmmm.

We didn't expect too much from the plot. Once we heard there were three writers helping Webber write the story - which BIZARRELY puts the Phantom haunting the Coney Island fairgrounds ten years after the original - we figured the show's only potential saving grace would be the music!!

What do U think?? Will U go see Love Never Dies??

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