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Taylor Swift Fans Quickly Noticed Her AMAs Performance Didn't Feature Songs From 3 Albums

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Taylor Swift celebrated her last decade of music at the American Music Awards on Sunday night, and it thrilled the audience to no end. The 29-year-old singer belted through a mashup of her greatest hits, starting with "The Man" from her latest album, Lover, followed by songs from albums like Fearless, Red, and 1989.

Diehard Swifties might've been disappointed to see Swift skip over tracks from Speak Now, Reputation, and her namesake album, but there was an overwhelmingly positive response from fans overall - especially when she brought Camila Cabello and Halsey out to sing "Shake It Off" with her. Selena Gomez sang along from the audience next to Swift's parents, returning the favor from her own AMAs performance earlier in the night. Gomez's reaction is by far one of the cutest of the night, but keep reading to see a few of our other favorite responses - ask and the internet will deliver!
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Taylor Swift Thanks Fans for Big American Music Awards Wins

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Taylor Swift Thanks Fans for Big American Music Awards Wins
The American Music Awards turned out to be a big night for Taylor Swift, as she was not only honored as Artist of the Decade but also Artist of the Year and four other awards.

The AMAs pride themselves on being fan-voted awards, and as usual Swift was effusive in her thanks onstage. But she also posted messages to fans on her platform of choice, Tumblr. One shows her holding her trophies and is captioned, “Hi guys have I told you lately that I Love You,” while the other is a shot of her standing provocatively onstage during her performance at the show, with a caption that reads, “I was up there because of you and I know that every minute of every day.” She also reposted a celebratory fan post.

Swift’s appearance was preceded by a wave of controversy, after she said her former label, Big Machine Records,
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Taylor Swift's 2019 AMAs Performance Was Filled With Easter Eggs: Everything You Might've Missed

Taylor Swift's 2019 AMAs Performance Was Filled With Easter Eggs: Everything You Might've Missed
Taylor Swift delivered a powerful performance at the 2019 American Music Awards! On Sunday night, the superstar singer took to the stage at the Microsoft Theater while being honored as the Artist of the Decade. In celebration, Swift performed a medley of her hit songs, starting off with "The Man." For the performance, Swift—who has been in the middle of a battle over the rights to her music—wore a shirt with the name of her first six albums on it, sending a moving message with her wardrobe alone. As Swifties will know, the 29-year-old star took to Tumblr earlier this year to react to the news that record executive Scooter Braun had acquired Big Machine Records, the label under which Swift...
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2019 American Music Awards: Statements with a Dose of Nostalgia

"Less is more" was the takeaway of the 2019 American Music Awards.

The night celebrated the year's most popular songs and artists, but it was the oldies that made the show resonate with audiences both inside the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles and watching worldwide.

There was plenty of nostalgia going around starting with Kesha's first performance in 6 years that included her latest single "Raising Hell" in addition to her 2011 hit "Tik Tok."

She was finally granted permission to sing her old songs following a public battle with Sony and producer Dr. Luke.

90s oldies but goodies like "Green Day's 1994 "Basket Case," Toni Braxton's 1996 "Unbreak My Heart," and Shania Twain's 1997 classic "I Feel Like a Woman," were also crowd pleasers.

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Plenty of statements were also made at the AMAs as artists proved that they were
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Taylor Swift Accepts Ama ‘Artist Of The Decade’ Award Without Dragging Former Label

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Taylor Swift Accepts Ama ‘Artist Of The Decade’ Award Without Dragging Former Label
If you were expecting Taylor Swift to slam Scooter Braun, Scott Borchetta and Big Machine Label Group at the American Music Awards on Sunday night, then you will be disappointed. The pop sensation accepted the Artist of the Decade from music icon Carole King without dragging Big Machine — because she really didn’t need to.

Swift performed a medley of her songs — both new and old — without any red tape including “The Man”, “Love Story”, “I Knew You Were Trouble”, “Blank Space”, “Shake It Off” and “Lover.” She performed alongside ballet dancers Misty Copland and Craig Hall and sang with Camila Cabello and Halsey before accepting the trophy. Some may have thought she would have made the speech about the controversy leading up to her Ama performance, but instead, she kept it very Swift.

She gushed about how fun the performance was before praising King and telling a story about
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Taylor Swift Makes "Fearless" Fashion Statement During American Music Awards 2019 Performance

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When you have pre-award show music drama, just shake it off! That's exactly what Taylor Swift did Sunday night while performing a medley of her biggest hits at the 2019 American Music Awards. Despite some bad blood with Scooter Braun and Big Machine Records' Scott Borchetta, the Grammy winner took to the stage inside the Microsoft Theater and performed a variety of new and old favorites including "Trouble," "Lover," "Love Story" and more. In fact, she made a big statement at the very beginning when she opened up with "The Man." Joined by a group of young female dancers, Taylor let the lyrics and her fashion do the talking as she danced in a white button-down featuring...
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Taylor Swift Performs Greatest Hits Medley at 2019 American Music Awards

Taylor Swift Performs Greatest Hits Medley at 2019 American Music Awards
With her legal woes (somewhat) behind her, Taylor Swift brought a few of her biggest hits to the 2019 American Music Awards on Sunday in a performance befitting the recipient of the AMAs’ Artist of the Decade honor.

Following a glowing introduction from music legend Carole King, Swift took the stage with a time-bending medley, giving us bits of “The Man,” “Love Story,” “I Knew You Were Trouble,” “Blank Space,” “Shake It Off” and “Lover.” And in true Swift fashion, she also invited a few of her friends — including Camila Cabello and Halsey — to join her on stage.

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Black Adam: Release Date Revealed For Dceu Movie

Mike Cecchini Nov 14, 2019

Dwayne Johnson's Shazam spinoff, Black Adam, finally has a release date.

While there hasn't been much movement on the Shazam 2 front yet, things are finally coming together for one of the most anticpated Dceu movies: Black Adam. In fact, it's difficult to imagine any DC superhero movie that has had a lead attached for so long without so much as a cameo or promo shot, let alone a release date for a movie.

Some of that is because for most of the development of Shazam, Black Adam was set to be one of the film's major villains. A sensible choice, as he's a former champion of the Wizard, imbued with the powers of six similar mythological figures and gods as the titular hero. But Black Adam has a rich backstory of his own dating back to Ancient Egypt, and the filmmakers decided that trying to get
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Aloe Blacc Performs at amfAR Two x Two for AIDS and Art Benefit

On October 26, the 21st annual Two x Two for AIDS and Art benefit dinner and contemporary art auction raised $8 million with funds benefiting amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, and the Dallas Museum of Art.

Five hundred people attended the sold-out black-tie event co-hosted by Cindy and Howard Rachofsky at their home, The Rachofsky House, along with Lisa and John Runyon.

“Embarking into our third decade of Two x Two, it is clear that the enthusiasm continues to swell around supporting these two organizations. Having started Two x Two week with the devastating impact from tornados in our neighborhood, it was unanimous among all leadership at Two x Two, the Dallas Museum of Art, and amfAR that a portion of the proceeds this year be given to support the relief efforts in our immediate community. After all, Two x Two was created to save lives and brighten them up with the beauty of art.
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WWE Raw – Nov 11th 2019: Results & Review

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Welcome to this week’s Monday Night Raw review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and Andrew Scott is the hot priest. Go with God…and get real Randy, baby! Yeah! On tonight’s episode of Unsolved Mysteries, Colonel Mustard killed Professor Plum in the library with a lead pipe…because those shoes with that shirt looked horrid! Ewwwwwwww!!! We’re the land of UK, which is Vince McMahon’s excuse to not brush his teeth. Lean Cuisine is brought to you by: Major Corporation. Taste the lack of flavor. Mmmmmmmm…lousy. Raw is War…spelt backwards.

Match #1: The Kabuki Warriors def. Becky Lynch & Charlotte Flair – WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Match The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

It would have been ironic for Becky Lynch to reclaim the Becky Two Belts mantle by teaming with Charlotte Flair — the woman she won one of said
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Marvel Fans Remember Stan Lee On The Anniversary Of His Passing

Has it really been a whole year since Stan Lee left us? It’s hard to imagine a world without him, but twelve months after his passing, we – and millions of fans from around the world – still remember him. He was a legend, a cultural icon, the granddaddy of the modern comic book industry. It’s not easy to forget such a behemoth of a man.

Of course fans – and the movie industry in general – have all been taking to Twitter to honor his memory today. There may never be enough words to truly capture Stan Lee’s essence and character, but that hasn’t stopped the messages and tweets from pouring out of the hearts of those who loved him.

Many had a lot to say, others probably found it difficult to sum up their thoughts in 280 characters, and some even posted fan art of the Marvel comic genius.
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‘Undercover Brother 2′ Review

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Stars: Vince Swann, Barry Bostwick, Michael Jai White, Laila Odom, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Lindsay Lamb, Melanie Loren, Gary Owen, Affion Crockett, Brandon Hirsch, Tyler Crumley, Zac Zedalis, Steven Lee Johnson | Written by Ian Edwards, Stephen Mazur | Directed by Leslie Small

Universal 1440 Entertainment, Universal’s direct to DVD production arm, mine old film franchises once again for a sequel to the Eddie Griffin 2002 blaxploitation comedy Undercover Brother… and you thought a sequel to Benchwarmers was unexpected! Though given we’ve already had new sequels to Kindergarten Cop, Daddy Day Care, the aforementioned Benchwarmers, Cop and a Half, Honey, Bring it On and – get this – even Backdraft; a sequel to Undercover Brother, something of a minor hit back in the day, isn’t that much a surprise. Hell, it beats getting yet Another sequel to The Scorpion King!

This time round Michael Jai White stars as the titular brother and Vince
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Hear Savages Singer Jehnny Beth’s Fierce Solo Single ‘I’m The Man’

Jehnny Beth, lead singer of Savages, has released a new track “I’m the Man,” which appears on the soundtrack to Peaky Blinders.

The aggressive, industrial song is one of three previously unreleased tracks on the soundtrack and was selected by series director-writer Anthony Byrne.

“‘I’m The Man’ is an attempted study on humankind, what we define as evil and the inner conflict of morality,” Beth said in a statement. “Because it is much easier to label the people who are clearly tormented by obsessions as monsters than to
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Competition: Win ‘WWE Clash of Champions 2019′ on DVD

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To celebrate the DVD release of WWE: Clash of Champions 2019 (available to buy from 28th October) – we are giving away a copy to one lucky winner.

It’s Clash of Champions, one of the most prestigious nights of the year in WWE, with an incredible eight championships on the line! Seth Rollins and Braun Strowman must work together as the defending Raw Tag Team Champions but they also collide later in the show as Seth defends the Universal Championship against his own partner! WWE Champion Kofi Kingston looks to end a ten-year rivalry against Randy Orton and tension boils over as Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch battles Sasha Banks! Plus much more action!

Nothing raises the stakes in WWE like a championship being put on the line… and nothing brings out the best in a WWE Superstar like an opportunity to wear the gold for themselves! There’s tension
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WWE Raw – Oct 28th 2019: Results & Review

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Welcome to this week’s Monday Night Raw, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and Orson Welles screwed the aliens from “The War Of The Worlds”. Those little green geeks looked like Edward Norton drenched in Nickelodeon slime. We’re at the point where Crown Jewel is just a few days away and I care, but not too much. It should be pretty good, but the whole “blood money” thing just makes it so depressing. Like a pre-schooler who thinks music sucks, we’ve got diapers to change, because they’re raw…Monday Night Raw!

Match #1: Becky Lynch def. Kairi Sane The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

Did Becky Lynch storm the ring to drive off The Kabuki Warriors out of some kind of affinity to Paige? Debatable. What is for sure is that the Raw Women’s Champion has been on the wrong end of
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WWE Network Original: ‘The Bump S01E03′ Review

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Another week, another episode of The Bump. I’ve reviewed the first two episodes of this show so far and been openly a fan of what they’re doing, and that doesn’t change here either. With this week’s episode, the crew, led by Kayla Braxton, return with another live guest and two guests who call in and appear on the big screen for a streaming interview, as well as some WWE chit-chat between the crew, which includes Braxton, Matt Camp, Evan T. Mack (AfterBuzz TV), Ryan Pappolla (WWE.com) and Dan Vollmayer. It’s a good cast and they each share their opinions and views in a way that feels organic, unscripted and fresh. Good stuff.

The third episode see’s talk about the week in WWE, from the WWE Draft to the episodes of Raw, Friday Night SmackDown and Nxt. We also get a live in-person interview
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Taylor Swift's Stripped-Down Tiny Desk Performance Is Gorgeous

Taylor Swift's Stripped-Down Tiny Desk Performance Is Gorgeous
Call it what you want but this Taylor Swift performance will forever and always stand out. The superstar singer stopped by NPR as part of the Tiny Desk series to perform songs from her new album Lover and some of old classics. In true T.Swift fashion, the Grammy-winner took the stage with her guitar in hand and sang each tune acoustically. As she explained during the intimate concert, "I just decided to take this as an opportunity to show you guys how the songs sounded when I first wrote them." She kicked things off with "The Man," a song that she had wanted to write for years but never really knew how to approach. "Over the course of my life, it has occurred to me that we...
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Taylor Swift Plays Intimate Tiny Desk Concert, Details Inspiration for ‘Lover’ Songs

Taylor Swift Plays Intimate Tiny Desk Concert, Details Inspiration for ‘Lover’ Songs
Taylor Swift joined NPR’s Tiny Desk concert series for an intimate acoustic set featuring three songs from her latest LP, Lover. The singer-songwriter — and recent Rolling Stone cover star — approached the mini-show like an episode of Behind the Music, detailing the inspirations behind “The Man,” “Lover,” “Death By a Thousand Cuts” and Red highlight “All Too Well.”

“Tiny Desk is one of my favorite corners of the Internet,” Swift noted before the performance. “It’s an opportunity for artists to decide a different way to showcase their music. So
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WWE Raw – Oct 14th 2019: Results & Review

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Welcome to this week’s Monday Night Raw review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have the second half of the WWE Draft to get to, so don’t bend over to get the soap. I want a pizza…a pizza that ass!

Match #1: Becky Lynch def. Charlotte Flair The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

Following a strong showing by Friday Night SmackDown, Raw wasted no time looking to assert its dominance during Night 2 of the WWE Draft, with first overall pick and Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch defeating Charlotte Flair to secure the evening’s first overall pick for Team Red. For those of you keeping score, that means two straight No. 1 selections for Raw. Seth Rollins earned the No. 1 overall pick that would eventually be used on Lynch when he defeated Roman Reigns via disqualification last Friday, and The Man claimed
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Undercover Brother 2 Trailer: Michael Jai White Is the Coolest Spy in the Game

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Undercover Brother 2 Trailer: Michael Jai White Is the Coolest Spy in the Game
We have a new trailer for Undercover Brother 2, which is probably an assortment of words nobody expected to find themselves reading today. Indeed, Universal Pictures has pulled something of a fast one on all of us by putting together this direct-to-video sequel to its 2001 predecessor rather quietly. Though, it seems to be a sequel mostly in name only, as we've got an entirely new cast, with Michael Jai White as our new titular hero.

The trailer is admittedly brief, clocking in at just 30 seconds, which is normally what we can expect from a TV spot. But this appears to be a very small budget, low-key affair. Though, for those familiar with the 2002 movie, many of the same elements are at play here. We've got the organization known as The Brotherhood, who are tasked with trying to take down The Man. It's all coated in 70s sheen and layers of cheese.
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