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The Kardashians Inspire A Doctor's New Facelift Procedure — But They're Not Seeing A Penny From It

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Legal drama might be upcoming from the KUWTK world!

Kris Jenner and the Kardashian fam can't be too happy that Dr. Gary Eldridge, an Australian face doc, has filed for an American trademark that uses their name!

Related: Now Kylie Jenner Is Going To Be Kris' New Neighbor!

The 'Kardashian Facelift,' as Eldridge is calling it in his trademark papers, was just filed officially with U.S. trademark officials so the Aussie doc can market to people wanting to look like the reality TV stars.

According to court documents, the cosmetic procedure

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Fine Brothers Cancel Their Plan To Trademark 'React' Videos Amid MASSIVE YouTube Backlash!

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All kinds of YouTube drama, y'all!

You probably know the works of Benny and Rafi Fine — AKA Fine Brothers Entertainment — if you've spent any time on the huge video platform.

The duo created a huge series of React videos about various pop culture and current events topics — including things like Kids React, and React Gaming — and they had in total more than 20 million subscribers on their YouTube channels… until this week.

Related: Keep Up With All YouTube News HERE!

It all started at the end of last week when the duo announced they were trademarking the "React" theme and license shows to creators.

When news of their announcement came out, the YouTube community LOST IT, arguing that the two brothers didn't invent the reaction format, and thus, didn't deserve to trademark it and then charge the many YouTube channels that do similar videos.

At first, the brothers came out with a video addressing the backlash (below):

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#ProudMama Kris Jenner Runs Into Trademark Trouble — Is The Momager About To Get Sued?!

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Time to see how business savvy the momager really can be!

Kris Jenner has apparently been trying to trademark #ProudMama, but she's run into a problem with a jewelry company that already owns the rights!

Video: This Kris Birthday Tribute Video Is All You'll Ever Need!

Jenny Present owns a jewelry company that produces a Proud Mama (no hashtag!) collection of items, and she's already got the name trademarked!

Now, Jenny is saying

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Taylor Swift Is Trying To Trademark '1989,' 'Blank Space,' & MORE! Find Out Which Phrases She Wants To Lock Down!

Taylor sure has a way with words!

Thinking about making some quick cash off Taylor Swift's lyrics and song titles? Think again!

A report came out on Thursday that the pop princess is working on trademarking a whole slew of stuff like "blank space," "and I'll write your name," "Swiftmas," "a girl named girl," and "1989."

Yup, you read that last one right. She wants to own the rights to that date.

But here's how it would work, Perezcious readers. If her application gets approved, no one else will be able to use those words on clothes, in performances, in books, or on other merchandise.

Related: Find Out Taylor's Plans For 2016!

However, the 1989 trademark will only apply to a "stylized form" of the year. So, we're guessing this means no one will be able to sell products with the date in the same font that appears on her album.

The 25-year-old also trademarked "this sick beat," "nice to meet you, where you been," and "party like it's 1989" earlier this year.

And for those of you wondering, A Girl Named Girl is supposedly a novel the blonde beauty wrote when she was 14 years old.

Apparently, her parents still have the book and it's never been published. Sooooo, if TayTay feels the needs to trademark its title, does that mean she plans on publishing it soon?!

We sure hope so!

[Image via FayesVision/WENN.]

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Washington Redskins Finally (Kind Of) Admit Their Name Is Offensive — But They Have A DISGUSTING New Excuse To Keep Their Mascot

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This is unbelievable!

The Washington Redskins are trying to preserve the trademark for their highly offensive nickname, and the NFL team is now going to great lengths to defend their position.

On Friday, the team — along with controversial owner Dan Snyder — filed an opening brief in an appeals court in the hopes that they could keep their nickname after a court just ruled the name was highly offensive.

Related: The State Of California Just Outlawed Using 'Redskins' For ALL Public School Mascots!

But this opening brief has to be seen to be believed!

It seems the 'Skins are no longer arguing that their name is not offensive, which had been their argument up to this point.

NOW they are conceding it is offensive to some — but they're arguing that since trademarks have been granted to dozens of other highly offensive (and NSFW) names, the Redskins ought to be allowed to keep theirs, too:

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Kendall And Kylie Jenner Are Trying To Trademark Their Names?! Money Monikers!

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Say my name, say my name.

However, if those names are Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner, it might cost you a pretty penny!

[ Related: Kendall Jenner's Face Was Attacked By A Drone In NYC?! ]

Last month, the reality TV sisters reportedly tried to trademark their first names in a specific font. See it HERE!

Say what?!

According to sources, the tabloid favorites filed applications to copyright their beautiful handles for the purpose of:

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Fox Is Suing Everyone Who Stands In The Way Of Its Empire! Find Out Why Their New Biggest Hit Is Causing Legal Problems HERE!

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This is what happens when you mess with Fox.

The network is suing California corporation Empire Distribution, Inc. for the rights to the name Empire, aka their mega successful show.

[ Related: Empire's Record Breaking Finale Makes It The Highest Rated New Show In TEN YEARS! ]

In a new trademark lawsuit, Fox is saying they have the rights to Empire, Empire Distribution, and Empire Recordings, and that the companies with these names are hurting their brand.

In their papers, Fox says

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