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Jennifer Lawrence mentioned in her December Vogue interview that she couldn't get a date. This is what she confessed to the magazine, which Travis Fishburn of Boise, Idaho heard loud and clear: 

“I am lonely every Saturday night. Guys are so mean to me I feel like I need to meet a guy, with all due respect, who has been living in Baghdad for five years who has no idea who I am.”

Now Fishburn has graciously offered to fix her problem by taking her out on a date. The video is growing in popularity, maybe Jennifer Lawrence will see it and let him help her out with her "boy troubles".



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It was 1992, he'd commissioned a custom screen-printed Madonna dress shirt, and it was his Bar Mitzvah -- really, what could Shaun Sperling have done except bust a move to "Vogue"?

No surprise here -- Sperling grew up to be a gay activist and lawyer in Chicago.

Happy birthday, Madge!

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Arturo Avina's kindergartners at LAUSD's Olympic Primary Center performed Madonna's "Vogue" for their culmination, to much online acclaim. According to YouTube commenter Ezra Suh:

The boys and girls started the school year as shy English learners and have bloomed into confident kindergarten graduates who exude stage presence as they sang and performed their unique choreography to "Vogue". Mr. Avina is a gifted teacher who has helped each and every student succeed academically as well as develop a love for the arts.

Mr. Avina explained what motivated him: "My kids were little superstars this past year, and what better song to celebrate it with than 'Vogue'?"

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Via: vimeo.com
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Kids Vogue In Front Of The Darndest Bluescreens of the Day: Robert Jeffrey explains that, in the Summer of '91, when he was nine years old, his parents took him to Hampton Beach Casino in Hampton Beach, New Hampshire, where a business was offering tourists the opportunity to lip-synch in front of a blue screen to their favorite pop songs. "I was lucky enough to partake that summer," says Robert.

No, no, dear Robert: It is we who

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