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كيف تخلصت من عشرين كيلو في شهرين فقط تجربتي الشخصية مع الكيتو دايت قبل ماتبدأوا بهي الحمية لازم تقرأوا منيح وتحضروا فيديوهات لشرح تفاصيل هي …

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‘I’m So Proud’: Teen Mom 2’s Jade Is A Beauty School Graduate


Jade has voiced how important it is for her daughter Kloie to see her mom be “very successful” professionally and watch her “build an empire.” And during this week’s Teen Mom 2 episode, Jade was one step closer to her vision when she graduated from beauty school. No beauty school dropout here!

Before Jade completed her cosmetology courses — putting in countless hours — she reflected on her achievement.

“I’m so proud of myself,” she stated in a diary cam. “I will have my family there [plus] a few of my clients, and everyone lines up and you walk down and clock out for the last time. I’m going to have Kloie walk down with me and clock out with me, because I feel like without her, I never would have been able to make it this far.”

She continued: “It’s weird because she’s so little and she doesn’t understand anything, and she doesn’t understand that she’s the whole reason that her mom’s doing so much stuff.”

Even though Jade’s mom Christy and stepdad Corey were more than an hour late bringing Kloie to the ceremony — which generated unnecessary stress for the special lady of the day — Jade had her mini-me by her side for that final clock-out. Cue the confetti and applause!

“Congratulations, you are now a licensed professional!” Jade was told by her teacher.

Jade just took a big step toward her ambitious goals, and her career is only beginning. Offer your congrats to her in the comments, and keep watching her every Tuesday on Teen Mom 2!



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اسرار مابعد ازالة المرارة , حصوات المرارة و تجنبها ومايجب عليك فعله



نقلا عن قناة الدكتور كريم علي اسرار ما بعد ازالة المرارة وتعويض افرازاتها باستخدام ox bile رابط قناة الدكتور كريم علي …

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Zayn Malik And Gigi Hadid Welcome A Baby Daughter — See Her Adorably Tiny Hand



Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid are officially parents!

Back in April, reports dropped that Hadid was pregnant, and she later confirmed it in an interview on The Tonight Show. And late Wednesday night (September 24), the pair shared the good news that Hadid had given birth to a baby daughter over the weekend.

“Our girl joined us earth-side this weekend and she’s already changed our world,” Hadid wrote on Instagram to accompany a photo of a tiny hand in a little baby blanket. “So in love.”

Malik, meanwhile, mentioned being at a loss for words. “Our baby girl is here, healthy and beautiful,” he wrote. “[T]o try put into words how i am feeling right now would be an impossible task. The love I feel for this tiny human is beyond my understanding. Grateful to know her, proud to call her mine, and thankful for the life we will have together x.”

His photo, too, captures the impossibly small measure of her hand gripping his much larger, and much more tattooed one.

It’s the first child for both Malik, 27, and Hadid, 25. The pair have been together on and off since 2015, when they reportedly met on the set of his steamy “Pillowtalk” video.

That song officially kicked off Malik’s solo career in early 2016, not quite a year after his departure from One Direction; two years later, his song “Let Me” was written about his relationship with Hadid. “And if you let me be your man / Then I’ll take care of you,” he sings on the track, “for the rest of my life / For the rest of yours.”

And speaking of music, early Thursday morning (September 25), Malik also shared that his new single “Better” will be out on Friday — complete with a fan art-recalling single cover that positions him as a Gundam warrior with red hair and pointy elven ears.

Read the new parents’ sweet messages above. Congrats to them!



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Jeff Rosenstock Made His Late-Night TV Debut Look Like ‘Chaos Hell’



On Monday night (September 28), punk icon Jeff Rosenstock made his late-night TV debut by roaring through “Scram!” on Late Night with Seth Meyers. Like his indefatigably sweaty live shows, it was an energetic affair. Backed by his masked-up band, Death Rosenstock, the kinetic front-person shouted, clapped, and perspired through the three-minute rager, with Black Lives Matter written on his face covering. Bassist John DeDomenici was green-screened in, giving the rendition presence a trippy and occasionally unsettling punch. There was even a lightly subliminal message to buy his new album, No Dream. To hear Rosenstock describe it, the three-minute remote performance perfectly fit the hellish year 2020 has been.

“We live in fucking chaos hell. I want to be honest about us living in chaos hell,” Rosenstock tells MTV News.

Rosenstock has spent the past five years steadily yet forcefully emerging from the punk underground to become the voice for an anxious, exhausted crowd determined to not let them win. His 2016 and 2018 albums — Worry. and POST-, respectively — became life-affirming salves for expressing fury and weariness in the Trump era, irresistibly hooky and blistered with rage; mere days after he surprise-released No Dream in May, the country (and then the world) exploded into mass demonstrations against police brutality, vigilante violence, and racial injustice.

“Scram!” soundtracks this year, even as it dates back to the POST- era, written about “leftist anarchist types basically fucking up Lindsey Graham’s lunch.” “When Lindsey Graham was out to eat, people would go and be like, ‘Fuck you, Lindsey Graham.’ Then I was like, that’s awesome! Because these people are ruining thousands and thousands of lives with their bigotry, with their racism, with their tricks into keeping the income gap as wide as possible [and] taking advantage of the working class,” Rosenstock says. “Then the other side is basically just like, ‘If you can’t have a polite conversation with us, then we are not going to listen to you.’ It’s just like, what the fuck? Fuck you, man.”

This year, Rosenstock raised thousands of dollars through Instagram-livestream performances benefitting The Bail Project, the First Nations Development Institute, and various other progressive activist organizations across the United States. With the live-music industry shut down, Death Rosenstock’s joyously deranged ceremonies had to be scaled down to cozier solo livestreams. Jeff yelled his voice hoarse and pounded acoustic guitars. The stave diving and communal moshing were replaced by jokes and emojis in a scrolling chat. “In all of them, the thing that resonated with me was just people goofing off in the chat and people who were happy to see their friends, or people who were happy to talk to their online friends in a way that doesn’t feel permanent, like a comment on a Facebook post or an Instagram post or a Tweet or something that somebody could get back at you for,” he says.

As live music continues to be experienced through screens, livestreams, and remote performances on Seth Meyers, Rosenstock talks to MTV News about that experience, releasing a set of more mellow material as 2020 Dump, and this chaos-hell year’s potential extraterrestrial silver lining.

MTV News: This Late Night performance is going to be a way for people that don’t know you to get to know you. What does it mean to get that distinction now at this point in your career?

Jeff Rosenstock: I don’t really know what any of it means, you know what I mean? It’s just exciting. It’s cool. I know that we’re on it because Seth is a fan, which is a cool thing. It makes me feel like we got to this spot on our own, not because — this is how I imagine it all works: Somebody gives Mr. NBC $50,000 and is like, “Hey, put my band, The Motorcycles, on there,” or something like that. I don’t really know how it works. It was a pleasant surprise that it wasn’t because of anything like that, but it’s because they were just like, “Oh, no. We like your band. We like your music.” That’s a cool thing.

MTV News: It gives you a chance to introduce yourself in a certain way. How much are you thinking about that when you choose to wear a mask, first of all, and know that it’s going to be a Black Lives Matter mask, and all those considerations?

Rosenstock: To me, that seemed like the bare minimum you could do, to show awareness of … how necessary it is to hold police accountable for continuously murdering Black people. I feel like that’s the very least I could do, if I’m there, is wear a mask that I wrote “Black Lives Matter” on. I was trying to be really considerate of making it have energy, in a certain way. Just to feel alive and truthful to the moment that we’re in. I feel like I’ve seen people do things that either felt stiff or felt really solemn and reverent to the times that we are living in. I just was hoping that ours felt a little bit more chaotic and energetic.

Our bass player had to be green-screened in for it. He was like, “Well, do I have to wear a mask? Because I’m not going to be around anybody.” Our keyboard player was like, “You think we fucking wore masks because we want to wear masks? We have to wear masks. You’ve got to wear a mask. Screw you!” I think that I just wanted to be honest to what we’re living in right now. We all got tested beforehand. We all treated it in a really, really safe way, as safe as we possibly could. Then I see performances where people seem to defiantly not be doing that. I’m just like, Jesus fucking Christ, you people.

MTV News: 2020 has really given people so much time, and you’ve recorded more music. You’ve done a ton of livestreams and raised money. Has staying busy made 2020 feel a bit more bearable for you?

Rosenstock: I feel happy every time that I get to play a livestream and just get to feel like I’m communicating with people who I would usually see throughout the year. I feel very, very, very, very, very fortunate to be in a position where I can help to raise money for good causes like that. But I don’t know — I think I feel like a lot of people feel, where I wish I was getting more done. I wish I was taking all those online courses or whatever and becoming a better mix engineer. Or I wish I was learning how to build things, since I finally am not living in an apartment. In theory, I could just get a saw and build shit. But it feels really difficult to get it done because there’s just five layers of, I don’t know, neon red-level threat distractions happening all the time. That makes it kind of hard to do it, you know? It makes me happy also when Craig of the Creek episodes air that I had worked on throughout all of this. I’ve always felt lucky to be able to channel negative energy into something that feels like, at the very least, it’s creative.

MTV News: It’s been about six months of you and other artists doing those livestreams in different capacities instead of playing regular shows. What’s that experience been like?

Rosenstock: I think just because of my personality, five minutes before a livestream, I’m like, oh shit, what songs am I going to play? Oh shit, I didn’t practice any of those songs. Oh shit, I didn’t warm up. Shit, I didn’t realize it was already 6:00. Shit, shit, shit. I haven’t adjusted to being able to do them better. I think of it as a good thing. It still feels like a similar nervous energy to the first time I did it, where it was just, oh, how’s this going to go? I think that’s something that we embrace a lot in our band, when we’re playing a show: that we don’t go into it expecting that it’s going to go well.

MTV News: It’s cool to hear the more mellow material you released as 2020 Dump songs as a counterpoint to No Dream. Were you nervous about sharing that stuff at all, knowing that they’re more like demos?

Rosenstock: I tried to not treat them as demos once I knew I was going to put them out because I don’t know what’s going to happen with these songs. I don’t know if, at the end of the day, this is going to feel like, well, this was the most real representation of the song, even though it was something that I recorded at home. I was just thinking a little more about Guided By Voices or old Mountain Goats tapes or Dear Nora, just stuff that. There was a mountain of material. It wasn’t all necessarily beautifully recorded in a studio, all planned out. The way the recordings are, that’s them as they’re being written.

Nervous to put them out? I guess so. But I’m nervous to put everything out. Two of the songs that are on there were songs I was thinking about for No Dream, but never really figured out. I knew No Dream was going to be a fast record. I couldn’t find the heart in them yet. I couldn’t find where they wanted to go. It didn’t make sense in context of that. Now it’s making sense. But then it’s also — I don’t know if it feels too gloomy, or something. I don’t know. I’m thinking way too much about all of it and I’m trying to not overthink it as much, which is, I think, the point of trying to put them out in this way.

MTV News: What’s something you’re feeling optimistic about right now?

Rosenstock: I wish I had a greater, quicker answer. But I think it’s pretty exciting that throughout 2020, because of all the shit that’s been going on, they’ve just been quietly dropping all this stuff that I knew already: verifying that UFOs are real and that there’s alien life and shit.

I think that a lot more people are understanding that we’ve had the wool pulled over our eyes by the ruling class. I don’t know if that is just the bubble that I exist in. I think that the other edge of that sword is that there’s also a lot more hateful people who are just like, “Yeah, man. I don’t give a fuck about anybody.” But I’m hoping that the things that we’re learning, if we make it through, we’re actually going to be able to take stock of everything and try and treat people better. I think that the enormous show of support for protecting Black and brown lives from police officers, all over the country, all over the world; who are literally being shot at with rubber bullets, literally being gassed, being kettled in, being beaten… I think that’s a very good thing, to see people stand up against all that force, at a time where it feels like everything is just devoid of any sort of hope.

Although, what if it’s bad alien stuff? That would be the only appropriate way for this year to end — that we found out all this alien shit and surprise, surprise: They hate us, because we’ve wasted our planet. Then they kill us, and then that’s that.





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التدخين له فوائد كثيره محفزات النكت في الجسم مما تتكون وكيف والى اين توصلت صناعه وتجاره السجائر اسهل طريقه للاقلاع عن التدخين بكل سهوله شارك فيه الخير و …

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Will Luis Really Be There For Stella Post-STI Diagnosis On Teen Mom 2?


Briana learned last week on Teen Mom 2 that she tested positive for the sexually transmitted infection (STI) chlamydia after having unprotected sex with Luis. And during tonight’s episode, Stella’s parents — who hooked up multiple times pre-STI diagnosis — had a face-to-face conversation about this disappointing turn of events.

“I’m not going to stop apologizing,” Luis told his baby mama, after he claimed he was going to the doctor the following week to get treatment. “I am sorry for letting that happen. I’ve been trying to be different and be better than before.”

But Briana was tired of his behavior and had no desire to continue their romantic relationship.

“I just felt like you just don’t care about yourself enough to want to know what’s going on with your body,” Briana stated. “So if you don’t care about yourself, you’re not going to care about me. You’re not going to care about the next girl, so it’s like, what the f*ck is the point?”

And for Briana, it all boiled down to having faith in Luis — and that was completely gone.

“I never trusted you in the first place, and the little ounce of trust that I tried to give you, it’s for what?” she continued. “This happened. I think everything you’ve put me through and everything that has happened has left a weird taste in my mouth. And I don’t think we can be anything more than us being parents to Stella.”

But she was still fearful that her decision to not be with Luis — and her very apparent disdain for him — would impact his desire to see his little girl.

“I’m not taking anything out on Stella,” Luis assured Briana. “I know you’re going by what the past showed you and what I showed you. But it’s not going to change me still coming around and how I’ve been coming around for Stella.”

But will he stay true to his word, or will he sink back into being absent for his daughter? Give your predictions, then keep watching Briana, Luis and Stella every Tuesday on Teen Mom 2 at 8/7c.



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Sad13’s Power-Pop Memories, Anthony Ramos’s Feel-Good Exhale, And More Songs We Love




This week’s eclectic Bop Shop batch features Sad13’s lament about gigging in perpetuity, Anthony Ramos’s uplifting ode to the simple life, and more.



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