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    KYLIE Jenner has been mocked by fans for wearing a wedding dress and backward baseball cap to the Met Gala. Fans say she looks like a mix of Homer Simpson and Meg Griffin from Family Guy. 5Kylie Jenner attends The 2022 Met Gala Celebrating “In America: An Anthology of Fashion” at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 02, 2022Credit: Getty 5Homer Simpson in a wedding dress on The SimpsonsCredit: Fox Kylie's dress was a full-length off-white wedding dress with ruffles on the bottom and sheer sleeves. She did her own take on Gilded Glamour by pairing the dress with a baseball cap and netted veil, which covered the front of her face. The cap was a homage to American sports. The Kylie Cosmetics founder finished off the look with long dangly earrings and the word 'Off' in the middle of her chest. READ MORE ABOUT THE MET GALA NOT VIP? Fans think Khloe was only invited to Met at the last minute after spotting 'clue'IF LOOKS COULD KILL Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry & more...
    BEAUTY DOESN’T come cheap, but if you’re paying out for a cosmetic procedure, you want your face to look perfect, right? Well one woman named Jade revealed that she paid a whopping $750 (£567) for a ‘lip flip’ treatment, but it’s left her face covered in brown burns. 3Jade took to TikTok to explain the procedure that she had done to her faceCredit: TikTok/ thatgirljadee Jade took to TikTok to share her story after having the procedure done and it’s left many people open-mouthed.  She uploaded the video with the caption ‘Thank you for listening to my Ted talk’. In the video, Jade explains the procedure she has had done and shows off the results.  She said: “This is my video explaining what the hell is on my face because when I do tell them, they don’t know what I’m talking about. So this is me killing all of those questions in one video. “What this is, is these are all little dots, little burns - it burns your flesh, I could smell it. “Basically what it’s going to do,...
    Paramount / Disney Captain Kathryn Janeway and Homer J. Simpson The team behind “Star Trek: Prodigy” added a new chapter to the mission of the Protostar. The latest episode, released on January 13, 2022, is entitled “First Con-Tact” and was meaningful and fun.  As explained by “Prodigy” writer and producer Aaron Waltke, part of the show’s mission is to educate and entertain the audience, who might be composed of youngsters who have never seen “Star Trek” before. In an interview with Heavy, Waltke described how “Prodigy” will show new audiences some of the basics of “Star Trek,” like the Federation, the phaser, and warp drive. Sometimes they’ll include iconic characters in the stories, like Spock or Uhura.  Throughout the story, episode writer Diandra Pendleton-Thompson made sure that she kept things moving forward while making sure that this episode communicated two concepts: the transporter and the Prime Directive. Pendleton-Thompson gave viewers an intelligent and unpredictable story, which entertained at multiple levels, as this Trek fan explained on Twitter: #StarTrekProdigy This show is very clever in making 2 story lines: one for the kids and...
    A WOMAN'S suffered a bad allergic reaction after getting her lip filler dissolved, which led her to being rushed to the hospital. Ruby shared the traumatic experience on TikTok, where the video has seen almost 500 thousand views in a day. 3Ruby shared her journey on TikTokCredit: TikTok / @rubyyfrais According to her, the reaction was so bad, it left her with a humongous upper lip and an extremely swollen face. Despite smiling in some of the photos, Ruby also added that this has put her off getting her lips done for good. Viewers were left in stiches, with one finding a striking resemblance between her and the famous fictional character, Homer Simpson. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED ''u went from looking like the platypus from phineas and ferb to the chipmunks,'' another observed. Someone else thought: ''People saying this was a waste of nhs resources, everyone pays their taxes guys, allergic reactions can happen with ANYTHING.'' ''I believe anyone who needs treatment should get it regardless of what happened,'' a supportive user agreed....
    WHEN Robert Slaven started to feel unwell, he put symptoms of sickness in his stomach down to gallstones. The 60-year-old went to his GP with nausea and was prescribed medication to try and quell the symptoms. 2Ropbert Slaven was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer last year and said he had 'no clue' that his symptoms could be deadlyCredit: Pancreatic Cancer UK But when this didn't work he was referred to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary for tests which revealed he was suffering from pancreatic cancer. More than 50 per cent of patients with pancreatic cancer will die within three months of their diagnosis. The most common symptoms of this cancer include back pain, indigestion, stomach pain and weight loss. If you suffer any of these for four weeks or more then you should speak to your GP. Married dad-of-two Robert, who lives in Glasgow with his family said he had been shocked at his diagnosis. He said: "I did not really think anything about it. I presented myself to the hospital, and ended up in there for five weeks. It was an...
    Simpsons character Ned Flanders got his very own bridge in Portland, Oregon as of Monday The bridge was originally named Flanders Crossing when it opened in June, but renamed to encourage Portlanders to be kind to one another, much like the character does Hi diddly ho, Portland neighborinos!  The Oregon city - which is plagued by homelessness and high crime - invoked Homer Simpson's overly friendly neighbor Ned Flanders as the inspiration for a renamed bridge. Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler said that Ned is the perfect example for the city's promotion of kindness during Monday's ceremony to add the bushy mustachioed, church-loving character's first name to a pedestrian bridge called Flanders Crossing.  'Ned Flanders has been a quintessential emblem of good neighborliness for over 30 years, keeping his cool and trying his best to be a good neighbor even when confronted with his rather difficult neighbors, the Simpsons,' Wheeler said. The city with the slogan Keeping Portland Weird could use some kindness. Portland has seen a surge in violent crime and homeless throughout 2021.  As of July, the city...
    THE recurring antagonist of the American show meets a shocking end in a two-part episode. TV villain Mr. Burns is shot by an unidentified assailant at the end of season six's last episode, leading other characters into an intense investigation. 5Season 6's last episode ends in a cliffhanger when Mr. Burns, the main antagonist, is shot Who really shot Mr. Burns in The Simpsons? Both episodes were written by Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein. The first part of the intrigue was introduced in the twenty-fifth and final episode of season six of The Simpsons, on 21 May, 1995. In this episode, Springfield Elementary School finds an oil strike which Mr. Burns steals, bringing misery to other citizens. The episode ends in a dramatic cliffhanger as the owner of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant is shot during a town meeting by an unknown culprit. The rest of the plot was then revealed in season seven's first episode, which originally aired on 17 September, 1995. The assailant was then revealed to be Homer Simpson's daughter Maggie. 5Mr. Burns...
    Doximity CEO ignored Silicon Valley wisdom and built a $10 billion health-tech company The Boeing 767: An Unlikely Port in the Current Storm Most Comfortable Shoes: "These Shoes Are Like Walking On Clouds" Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/7 SLIDES © Courtesy of TBS (4) Conan O'Brien's Farewell to Late Night: The 6 Best Moments With Will Ferrell, Jack Black and... Homer Simpson? Before Conan O'Brien handed The Tonight Show back over to Jay Leno in 2010, he asked that his legion of diehard fans stay kind and, above all else, reject cynicism. He might have gotten a raw deal at NBC, but he was eternally grateful to his home of more than 20 years. "Nobody in life gets exactly what they thought they were going to get," he said. "But if you work really hard, and you're kind, I'm telling you, amazing things will happen." Eleven years later, as O'Brien ended his eponymous TBS talk show Thursday — and vacated his role...
     Conan O’Brien bid farewell to late-night on Thursday night — inviting Will Ferrell, an injured Jack Black, and his old pal Homer Simpson to help him go out on a high note. “It’s hard to believe it’s our final show on TBS,” O’Brien said on the finale episode of Conan. “Every night, I always said we had a really great show. I was often lying. But tonight, we really do have a great show. And if we don’t, what are you going to do about it? I’ll be long gone.” Harking back to his first job as a TV writer on The Simpsons, O’Brien kicked off the hour-long finale with his friend Homer Simpson, who conducted an exit interview with the talk-show host before the episode began.  The host later invited Ferrell to join via Zoom, the comedian helping O’Brien say goodbye to his show, similarly to how he appeared on O’Brien’s final episode of Late Night and The Tonight Show. To mark the occasion, O’Brien shared clips from shows featuring his favorite guests over the years, including Betty White, Steve Martin,...
    “The Simpsons” may be able to predict the future — but it appears to have a problem with the past. A producer for “The Simpsons” has shot down nitpicky viewers after they pointed out a glaring “continuity error” in a recent episode of the Matt Groening-created comedy series. In episode 15 of season 32, entitled “Do Pizza Bots Dream of Electric Guitars?” a flashback sequence depicts a 14-year-old Homer as an aspiring DJ in the 1990s. This ran in contrast to the cartoon’s prior episodes, which portray the “The Simpsons” family patriarch as a teenager in 1974. Needless to say, “The Simpsons” ever-observant fans were quick to point out that the paradoxical plot point threw the show’s entire timeline off-kilter. “Homer was now a teenager in the late 90s, meaning his hypothetical birthday is later than Bart’s was at the start of the show,” observed one astute critic in a Tweet with over 22k likes. “Homer is now younger than Bart. HOW LONG CAN THEY KEEP IT UP THO.” Another “Simpsons” stalwart wrote that rewinding Homer’s age two...
    More On: the simpsons ‘Simpsons’ creator Matt Groening responds to race controversies Harry Shearer will no longer voice black ‘Simpsons’ character Did ‘The Simpsons’ predict Ted Cruz’s Cancun debacle back in 1993? ‘SNL’ mocks Gov. Cuomo but fails to mention latest scandal “The Simpsons” may be able to predict the future — but it appears to have a problem with the past. A producer for “The Simpsons” has shot down nitpicky viewers after they pointed out a glaring “continuity error” in a recent episode of the Matt Groening-created comedy series. In episode 15 of season 32, entitled “Do Pizza Bots Dream of Electric Guitars?” a flashback sequence depicts a 14-year-old Homer as an aspiring DJ in the 1990s. This ran in contrast to the cartoon’s prior episodes, which portray the “The Simpsons” family patriarch as a teenager in 1974. Needless to say, “The Simpsons” ever-observant fans were quick to point out that the paradoxical plot point threw the show’s entire timeline off-kilter. “Homer was now a teenager in the late 90s, meaning his hypothetical birthday is later...
    The Simpsons have a great list of Doppelgängers of many of their characters, but one of the ones that has the most is Homer Simpson. In The Simpsons we have seen different doppelgänger of all the characters, but the one who seems to have the most is Homer Simpson himself, who constantly meets people with a physique exactly like him. Here we will review all these characters that are identical to Homer. We will not include Homer’s versions of the Halloween specials as they are not official within the story. Cosme Fulanito In English he is known as Guy Incognito and he arrives at Moe’s bar at a bad time, as they mistake him for Homer, who was forbidden to enter at the time, and they knock him out of the bar. Homer finds him but decides to chase a dog with a furry tail. Homer-like woman A woman so similar to Homer that she even has a beard can be seen in the episode Big Brother, Little Brother. This one has blonde hair and only appears for a...
    “Homer Pepe”, a non-fungible token (NFT) developed in 2016 in Counterparty, a second layer protocol of Bitcoin, was sold for the equivalent of USD 320 thousand dollars paid in ether (ETH), Ethereum’s native cryptocurrency. This collectible is a digital card whose image combines the faces of Homer Simpson and Pepe the Frog. The new owner of this NFT is identified as TokenAngels and has, so far, 11 cards of Rare Pepes series. This is a collection that was dreamed up by developer Joe Looney, in 2016. The first owner of “Homer Pepe” was Peter Kell, who acquired the token in 2018 in a digital art auction, a fact that was reported by CriptoNoticias. Paid USD 38 thousand, the highest price ever offered in exchange for an NFT. According to artist Matt Kane, who recently wrote an NFT in homage to Homer Pepe, the token referred to in this news “is the most important in the history of art.” He justifies this appreciation by saying that “its sale in 2018 influenced many crypto artists to believe that art can be put...
    They’re hoping to raise lots of D’oh! Matt Groening has drawn a special picture of a mask-wearing Homer Simpson to help his old Oregon high school’s annual fundraiser. “The Simpsons” creator donated the 30 ins by 22 ins sketch of his most famous character wearing a mask covered in his catchphrase, “D’oh!” “Go, Lincoln High School! Safe, safe!” he wrote in red, signing it, “Your pal, Matt Groening, class of 1972.” The Portland school listed the pic’s value as “priceless,” although as of Tuesday the highest bid was $1,500. Bidding ends Friday. “Lincoln alum Matt Groening brings Homer along on the wild pandemic ride in a new collector’s drawing that captures ‘Covid times’ in a way only the Simpsons creator could,” the auction listing states. “Whether you’re a Simpsons’ fan or not, this piece will likely play a part in the inevitable and great Groening and Pandemic retrospectives of the future.”
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    Prime Day 2020: Tech sales and deals to shop now Way too early NBA championship odds for next season The Simpsons listed 50 reasons not to reelect Donald Trump in the teaser for its annual Halloween episode © Provided by INSIDER Homer Simpson and Donald Trump. SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images/@TheSimpsons The US presidential election is less than a month away, and "The Simpsons" has made a last-minute intervention with an anti-Trump teaser for their annual "Treehouse of Horror" Halloween episode.  The teaser opens with Homer Simpson rushing to the voting booth, but he isn't sure which candidate to vote for when a mask-wearing Lisa Simpson turns up and instructs her father to remember "all that's happened in the last four years."  Then an exhaustive round-up of Donald Trump's most egregious statements and insults flood over the screen. Notable moments read: "Called Mexicans Rapists," "Put children in cages," and "Can't get wife to hold hand."   After this revelation Homer decides to cast his vote for a new president.  "Treehouse of Horror XXXI" airs this Sunday on Fox. Watch...
    Homer Simpson and Donald Trump. SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images/@TheSimpsons The US presidential election is less than a month away, and "The Simpsons" has made a last-minute intervention with an anti-Trump teaser for their annual "Treehouse of Horror" Halloween episode.  The teaser opens with Homer Simpson rushing to the voting booth, but he isn't sure which candidate to vote for when a mask-wearing Lisa Simpson turns up and instructs her father to remember "all that's happened in the last four years."  Then an exhaustive round-up of Donald Trump's most egregious statements and insults flood over the screen. Notable moments read: "Called Mexicans Rapists," "Put children in cages," and "Can't get wife to hold hand."   After this revelation Homer decides to cast his vote for a new president.  "Treehouse of Horror XXXI" airs this Sunday on Fox. Watch the political teaser below. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. —TheSimpsons (@TheSimpsons) October 13, 2020Read More:  Trump's economic advisor was caught on camera slamming the president's 'crappy' debate performance 18 times 'The Simpsons' accurately predicted the future Trump says he'll...
    ASOS have been left red-faced after making a rather embarrassing spelling blunder on one of their bags. The online retailer are selling a 'be kind' shopper bag on their website, but somehow failed to notice that there was a letter missing from the word 'breathe'. 3ASOS made an epic spelling blunder on one of their tote bags recentlyCredit: Asos The natural-coloured accessory reads: "Be Kind To Yourself. SLEEP BREATH REFLECT REPEAT," with an "e" missing. However, despite the epic spelling mistake, the £6 tote bag is still 'selling fast' according to the ASOS website. Shoppers took to Twitter once they spotted the blunder, with one person writing: "Think it’s meant to be ‘breathe’ and not ‘breath’. Imagine paying £6 on a canvas shopping bag that isn’t even correct.' .@ASOS_HeretoHelp is this meant to say breath or was it supposed to say breathe? pic.twitter.com/3oVnJIUY0q— healey raine (@healeyraine) July 1, 2020 3The online retailer had a rather comical response to the gaffCredit: Twitter Another person posted: "Bought lots of your stuff over the years. Am I missing something re. this bag? Surely...
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