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Another day of BTS making history in the music industry, as their new single "Life Goes On" becomes the first song in Korean language to take the No. 1 position on an American chart.
December has arrived and thus begins the holiday season. Town centres have lit up, the chocolate Santa's who've sat on grocery store shelves since September suddenly seem appetising and our TV's are bombarding us with Christmas music and delicious (yet strangely sexy?) slow-motion food shots. Sadly, for many of us, the past year has understandably made getting into the holiday spirit that much harder. However, if you're in need of some help to find some holiday cheer, curling up with a…
On the heels of his latest single release from his upcoming fifth studio album, Shawn Mendes brings fans into the craziest year of his life. The Netflix documentary In Wonder follows Shawn on his self-titled tour last year and shows a different side to the musician who already wears his heart on his sleeve.
Harry Styles’ fashion has evolved over the years. From skinny jeans and band tees during his time in One Direction to Gucci suits with a flare of feminine touches, he has become not only a fashion icon throughout the past ten years but an idol for self-expression and gender fluid clothing.
How about we tell you which Christmas movie is the perfect one to get in the mood for the Holidays?
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