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Is Keanu Reeves immortal?

Some people think Keanu Reeves is just another generic movie star whose films have grossed nearly $2 billion, but others say he is an immortal who has appeared throughout history for the past 1,300 years. The truth is out there. And it makes sense—at 52-years-old, Keanu has barely aged. Skeptics say it's just good genetics, but then how do you explain the uncanny resemblance to Charlemagne? What d…
#KeanuIsImmortal
#KeanuIsJustADude
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Best Director: Damien Chazelle or Barry Jenkins?

Damien Chazelle and Barry Jenkins are battling for Best Director at the Oscars. Chazelle is considered the frontrunner for the highly-praised "La La Land," especially after winning the award at the 69th Annual Director Guild of America Awards. But the Jenkins could pull a deserving upset and make history as the first Black director to win for his direction in "Moonlight." Who will win? 🎥 …
#TeamChazelle
#TeamBarryJenkins
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Best Supporting Actor: Mahershala Ali or Dev Patel?

Mahershala Ali and Dev Patel are both up for Best Supporting Actor at the Academy Awards. Ali is considered the frontrunner for his lauded performance in "Moonlight"; he won the SAG award and many other accolades throughout the awards season. But Patel might be the dark horse that could upset Ali. Patel won the BAFTA award for Best Supporting Actor for his highly-praised, real-life role in "Lion."…
#TeamMahershala
#TeamDevPatel
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Best Supporting Actress: Viola Davis or Michelle Williams?

Viola Davis and Michelle Williams are facing off in the Best Supporting Actress category at the Oscars. Davis has almost swept this awards season clean with Golden Globe, Critics Choice, BAFTA and SAG wins for her performance in "Fences."  But Williams stole the show in "Manchester by the Sea" with a few short scenes, and it's not impossible for her to steal the Oscar too. Who will win? 🎥🌟🏆…
#TeamViola
#TeamMichelle
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Which film will win Best Picture: 'Moonlight' or 'Hidden Figures'?

It's the final round, and our Best Picture Oscar bracket comes down to "Moonlight" and "Hidden Figures." While "La La Land" is the Best Picture frontrunner, moviegoers are hoping that "Moonlight" or "Hidden Figures" pulls an upset. "Moonlight" won Best Picture — Drama at the Golden Globes, and traditionally the Oscars takes drama more seriously over musical. "Hidden Figures" is the biggest hit out…
#TeamMoonlight
#TeamHiddenFigures
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Is Kurt Cobain overrated?

February 20 would have been Kurt Cobain's 50th birthday. As the founder of Nirvana, Cobain undoubtedly changed the direction of popular music forever—but some argue the cult of Kurt only developed because of his tragic suicide in 1994. Others call him a legend, an icon, and a reluctant hero. Does Kurt Cobain deserve to be deified? …
#CobainIsOverrated
#RespectKurtCobain
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Greatest 70s female rock singer: Joni Mitchell or Stevie Nicks?

Joni Mitchell and Stevie Nicks are two of rock music history's greatest vocalists. Both of these golden goddesses made Rolling Stone's "100 Greatest Singers Of All Time" list. Sheryl Crow called Stevie Nicks' voice a "combination of sheer vulnerability and power," whereas NPR said Mitchell's voice possessed "a ringing, emotive and unequaled sound." Their singing defined the greatest music of the '…
#JoniForever
#StevieForever
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Who will win Best Actor: Ryan Gosling or Andrew Garfield?

Ryan Gosling and Andrew Garfield crushed the competition in our first round of the Best Actor Oscar bracket. These actors have two of the most acclaimed performances of the awards season. While Gosling won the Golden Globe for Best Actor — Musical or Comedy in Best Picture frontrunner "La La Land," Garfield could become the biggest Oscar surprise for his moving role in "Hacksaw Ridge." Now that we…
#TeamGosling
#TeamGarfield
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Who will win Best Actress: Emma Stone or Natalie Portman?

Emma Stone and Natalie Portman crushed the competition in our first round of the Best Actress Oscar bracket. These actresses have two of the most lauded performances of 2016. While Stone is the frontrunner for her role in "La La Land," Portman could still pull an upset and win her second Oscar for "Jackie." Now that we're in our final round—who will win the Oscar? 🎥🌟🏆…
#TeamEmmaStone
#TeamNataliePortman
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iHeartRadio Best Duo/Group of the Year: Twenty One Pilots or Coldplay?

Twenty One Pilots and Coldplay are in stiff competition for Best Duo/Group of the Year at the 4th Annual iHeartRadio Music Awards. Twenty One Pilots scored huge crossover pop-rock hits and won the Grammy for Best Duo/Group Performance. But Coldplay is still on top—despite having been out of the game for two decades. Who should win? 🎸🎤🏆…
#TeamTwentyOnePilots
#TeamColdplay
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iHeartRadio Best Duo/Group of the Year: The Chainsmokers or DNCE?

The Chainsmokers and DNCE are in head-to-head competition for Best Duo/Group of the Year at the 4th Annual iHeartRadio Music Awards. The Chainsmokers became pop stars with "Don't Let Me Down" and "Closer" in 2016. While DNCE has jammed into our hearts with hits "Cake by the Ocean" and "Toothbrush." Who should win? 🎤🏆…
#TeamChainsmokers
#TeamDNCE
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iHeartRadio Male Artist of the Year: Justin Bieber or Shawn Mendes?

Justin Bieber and Shawn Mendes are both up for Male Artist of the Year at the 4th Annual iHeartRadio Music Awards. Bieber won the award in 2016. But Mendes skyrocketed these last couple of years—saturating the airwaves with hits from his albums "Handwritten" and "Illuminate." He might be a threat to win this year. But who should actually win? 🎤🏆…
#TeamBieber
#TeamMendes
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iHeartRadio Male Artist of the Year: Drake or The Weeknd?

Drake and the Weeknd are going head-to-head for Male Artist of the Year at the 4th Annual iHeartRadio Music Awards. Drake leads with 12 nominations, and it makes sense since hits from "Views" ruled the radio waves in 2016. While still riding high on the "Beauty Behind the Madness" album, the Weeknd managed to top his radio and chart success with "Starboy" in late 2016. But who should win? 🎤🏆…
#TeamDrake
#TeamWeeknd
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iHeartRadio Female Artist of the Year: Rihanna or Sia?

Rihanna and Sia are in stiff competition for Female Artist of the Year at the 4th Annual iHeartRadio Music Awards. Both superstars scored #1 dance-pop collaborative hits in 2016—RiRi's "Work" (feat. Drake) and Sia's "Cheap Thrills" (feat. Sean Paul). Both tunes were nominated for a Grammy in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category. While the two compete time and time again, they are queens of…
#TeamRihanna
#TeamSia
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iHeartRadio Female Artist of the Year: Adele or Ariana Grande?

Adele and Ariana Grande are up for Female Artist of the Year at the 4th Annual iHeartRadio Music Awards. The powerhouses just faced off at the Grammys for Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Solo Performance. While Adele owned the Grammys, Grande won Artist of the Year at the American Music Awards. It's clear both ladies have been killing the pop game, blessing iHeartRadio stations with their powerf…
#TeamAdele
#TeamAriana