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'The Conjuring' commercials are freaking me out!

The incessant TV spots for The Conjuring (out July 19, if you can stay alive ’til then, which is not likely) have infiltrated my brain so thoroughly that I never want to sleep, light candles, or hang laundry again. And two out of three of those are major pastimes of mine! This is VERY inconvenient. I used to be so full of hope.

The evil geniuses promoting the movie seem to only air these at night — all night, on every channel — with the express purpose of freaking us the f— out. In case you’ve managed to escape these commercials (which would mean you haven’t turned on your TV this month — congrats), allow me to answer your burning questions.

What’s in my bed? Mosquitoes, plus “a dark force — something inhuman — which has latched itself to your family.”

Will I sleep tonight? No. There’s a “lady in a dirty nightgown” that you, too, will see in your dreams. She will likely “conjure” you out of the bed at 3, 4, and 6 a.m. so it might be best to just not. READ FULL STORY

Prepare to cry watching military families reunite -- thanks, 'SportsCenter'

If you normally tear up watching videos of soldiers returning home (as you should), prepare to absolutely sob when you watch the six-minute SportsCenter video below of them surprising their families. Forward it around to hear your office neighbor sniffling through the wall. (I just did.) READ FULL STORY

The Horrifying Tab I Couldn't Close All Week: Disney Princesses' heads exploding

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When I was younger, I’d imagine Snow White leaning juuuust a bit too far into the well, or human Ariel ironically drowning under her oppressive wall of bangs, or the mice turning on Cinderella and devouring her in her sleep (thanks a lot, cheese curd remnants). But nothing like this. The Disney Princesses’ Heads Exploding video was easily the most horrifying Internet oddity I’ve seen all week. READ FULL STORY

'America's Got Talent': Even Scary Spice is scared

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What kind of 6- and 9-year-olds have never heard of the Partridge Family? Unassuming DEATH METAL SPAWN with serene smiles, colored tights, and apparently the coolest dad ever, that’s who. Here’s the type of act that’s been making it through to Vegas while you haven’t been watching America’s Got Talent. Delight in the dulcet tones of Aaralyn’s original tune, “Zombie Skin.” I can’t wait to hear her debut single, “How I Ate My Brother.”
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Stephen Colbert's tribute to his late mom, Lorna: Get ready to cry -- VIDEO

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On tonight’s Colbert Report, Stephen broke character to deliver a heartfelt tribute to his mother, Lorna Tuck Colbert, who passed away last week at 92. He somehow managed to hold back the tears clearly desperate to emerge as he spoke of Lorna’s childhood, sense of fun, and commitment to prayer and family. “I know it may sound greedy to want more days with a person who lived so long,” he said. “But the fact that my mother was 92 does not diminish it; it only magnifies the enormity of the room whose door has now quietly shut.”

“And that’s it!” he exclaimed with a helpless yet accepting and matter-of-fact tone of finality.

This is by no means the first time I’ve been blown away by Stephen Colbert, but it’s like he just summed up all of life in under three minutes. Worth the watch: READ FULL STORY

Did Kim and Kanye name their baby Kaidence?

Yeah, I don’t care either. But here we all are, on the internet in the middle of June. HELLO.

The Kim Kardashian/Kanye West superspawn is rumored to be named Kaidence Donda West. Yikes. ¿Dónde está a better name? Sorry. Suggest your own in the comments. Don’t be too gross! I mean, good luck getting grosser than Koitus.

ALTERNATIVE BABY NAMES TO COMPLETE THE NEWEST KKK TRIFECTA

Khrist (to match Papa Yeezus)
Kal-El
Krusty
Klassee
Kryptoné
Knucleus
Koitus
Kandelabra
Kleavage
Klout (probably the real name already)
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Is there beauty in Adam Levine's neck beard?

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I CAN’T TELL. Just pressed play on The Voice and I’m trying so hard to give him the benefit of the doubt, as I truly do love both rugged facial hair and mysteries. But this is just confounding. Is it a goatee or a beard? Does the goatee overpower the beard (rock beats scissors) or is it the other way around, with the beard bubbling up from the surface to eventually consume the goatee (paper covers rock)?

Hey, here’s our full recap of tonight’s season 4 performance finale of The Voice. It’s way better.

Update: This mess looked better out of the spotlight. Less “layers” involved.

I mean, I should definitely just delete all of this. Tell me whyyyyyyyyy.

Watch Miranda Lambert make America cry

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Well, I’m spent. And I’m not even that into cute/sad animals or country music! Here’s Miranda Lambert performing “The House That Built Me” during tonight’s Healing in the Heartland benefit concert in Oklahoma on NBC. You feel like crying first thing in the morning, correct? That’s what everyone wants to see from you right now? Perfect: READ FULL STORY

Helen Mirren plays Queen to fulfill dying boy's wish

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Dame Helen Mirren is just as classy as you think.

Oliver Burton, who was born with Down’s syndrome and had recently been diagnosed with cancer, had a dying wish to meet Queen Elizabeth II. When that wasn’t possible, Mirren stepped in.

The actress, who is currently playing the Queen in a West End performance of The Audience, invited Burton and his family to see the show and then the 10-year-old was brought backstage to meet a still-in-character Mirren. The two drank tea together while Oliver played with the corgis featured in the show, according to the Daily Mail. “She stayed in character for the whole thing,” Oliver’s father, James Browne, told the paper. “Oliver thought she was the real queen, and well, that’s good enough for us.” READ FULL STORY

Waterworks alert: Today's Google Doodle is a teenage contest winner

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Today’s Google Doodle isn’t for those prone to tearing up at those dang Google+ commercials. Recently, Google ran a contest inviting students of all ages to create their own Doodle around the theme, “My Best Day Ever….” The winner would get their design on Google’s homepage, as well as a $30,000 college scholarship, in addition to other prizes.

Twelfth-grader Sabrina Brady beat out 130,000 other candidates with her winning drawing depicting her reunion with her father coming home after an 18-month deployment in Iraq. In addition to her Google fame, Brady and other finalists’ work will appear in a special exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City running through July 14.

That is so much better than your artwork hanging on your parents’ fridge.

Read more:
Google Easter egg celebrates Atari arcade game ‘Breakout’
Incredible Google Doodle celebrates Saul Bass — VIDEO
Google doodle celebrates jazz legend Ella Fitzgerald

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