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miley cyrusMiley Cyrus’ VMA Outfits

To some degree, a little controversy was to be expected from Miley Cyrus hosting the 2015 Video Music Awards. And Miley being Miley, she delivered in spades: a heated exchange with Nicki Minaj, an accidental nip slip, and a performance that not only boasted 35 utterances of the F wordbut a few phallic confetti canons to boot. But this latest controversy is one we definitely didn’t expect: Miley’s BCalla-designed “Dooo It!” performance outfits are coming under fire for markedly resembling the work of Australian design duo Di$count Univer$e.


holidayUpset about the rain this Bank Holiday?

In a shocking turn of events, it rained on a bank holiday, and people furiously complained about it. Who would have thought? People of the UK were so annoyed to wake up to drizzle on their day off that they made it trend on Twitter. However, the rain was actually probably a blessing; it gave Brits an excuse to complain about the weather, and a talking point for polite small talk. It also gave a great excuse for those lucky people who aren't a work today to stay in bed.


immigrantsHundreds end journey at Munich station

Trains carrying hundreds of migrants have arrived in the German city of Munich, after Hungary abandoned efforts to register them under EU rules. Some 1,400 people had arrived in Munich by Tuesday morning, after travelling through Austria, and more were due.

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