Meanwhile in China of the Day: "Big Yellow Duck" and "Today" Banned from Weibo

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Meanwhile in China of the Day: "Big Yellow Duck" and "Today" Banned from Weibo
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In preparation for the anniversary of the 1989 Tianamen Square protests, Chinese censors reportedly blocked several search terms on the country's top microblogging site Sina Weibo, including "1989," "in today," "anniversary" and "big yellow duck." The odd water fowl reference was banned in response to a viral photoshopped version of the iconic 1989 photograph "Tank Man," which Weibo user Weibolg altered by replacing the tanks with superimposed photos of Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman's famous Rubber Duck floating sculpture.

The Internet is Having a Collective Freakout Over Renee Zellweger's Face

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The Internet is Having a Collective Freakout Over Renee Zellweger's Face
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In a shocking piece of not-news that's rocking the waves of the celeb internet today, Renee Zellweger is revealed to be both: 1. A Real Human Being who occasionally ages like Real Human Beings Do and 2. A Grown Adult Woman who probably had some work done on her face.

In the wake of these startling revelations, we will provide a reproduction of the poster to the hit film Bridget Jones's Diary for reference:



With this new piece of evidence we can finally confirm that MAYBE American Hollywood Celeb-dom has a way of pressuring women into single archetypes of faces and looks, discouraging them from ever aging or changing. More on the story as it develops.

The Kid With the Sweet LED Costume is Back This Year With Another Luminescent Getup

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There are costumes that are scary, costumes that suck, and costumes that are just plain cool. This would fall squarely in the "plain cool" category. Last year, Glowy Zoey lit up the night with her stick figure costume, and now she's rocking a rainbow Minnie Mouse motif.

Deadmau5 would be proud.

Music of the Day: The First Single From the Singing Nun Who Won 'The Voice of Italy' is a Cover of Madonna's 'Like a Virgin'

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The 26-year-old singing nun Cristina Scuccia defended her song choice in an interview with Italian Newspaper Avvernire saying, "Reading the text, without being influenced by previous interpretations, you discover that it is a song about the power of love to renew people [and] rescue them from their past."

Scuccia added, "I'd like to see her face when they tell her it's a nun singing."