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Ellen Page (February 21)

Drew Barrymore (February 22)

Aziz Ansari (February 23)

Dakota Fanning (February 23)

Rashida Jones (February 25)

Jensen Ackles (March 1)

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Emeraude Toubia (March 1)

Jenna Fischer (March 7)

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Lauren Graham (March 16)

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Adam Levine (March 18)

Lily Collins (March 18)

stefani, flipping her flip phone: she’s not gonna text back is she
kesha, upside down on her bed: Dude, chill, just give her a sec
stefani: all i want to do is be one half of the hottest couple to ever exist and instead i’m going to die alone. i’m gonna go stag again. at the table alone again. no foundation on my shoulder, again, my own lipstick smeared on my face–
kesha, fanning herself with the bell jar: Babe… breathe. worst case scenario i pretend to be your date
stefani: Bro.. you would do that for me?
kesha: Yeah bro.
Stefani: Brooo….
stefani: I’m texting katy. she’d suck my dick anyday. i need a real date.
kesha: chill out dude she’s gonna text back it’s been 15 minutes, tops
stefani, typing: Yeah, i always top

marina: is that all youve got??
lizzy: i’m so tired can i leave
marina: Are you a quitter??
lizzy: Yeah i am. listen i didnt even want to join but you couldnt have a one person fight club
marina: A little less conversation and a little more punch my body!!
lizzys phone: (buzzes)
lizzy: I’m gonna check that
marina: the only person youre cheating here… is your…s.. You. its you
lizzy: Where’s my phone
marina: Maybe if you focused on the.. present.. instead of locking your brain and soul into a little machine. man was born to LIVE not to CHAIN THEMSELVES to virtual r
lizzy: I can’t be here right now

an indeterminate amount of time later
stefani: that went ok.
kesha: what do you think katy meant by “Of course i’ll go with you GIRLfriend ;)”
stefani: she’s very friendly.
stefanis phone: (plays the first five seconds of stairway to heaven)
stefani: who is … texting me
kesha, picking it up: oh it’s lizzy
kesha: she says, “i would love to attend the senior prom with you, Stefani. ~~life is a highway~~”
stefanis phone: (plays the first five seconds of stairway to heaven again)
kesha: oh there’s more. “sorry for the delay btw. marina diamandis locked my phone in a freezer. ~~life is a highway~~”
stefani: ….
stefani: oh F-

Sunday night, the Columbus Blue Jackets celebrated a victory over the New York Islanders at Nationwide Arena, alongside 15,667 fans in attendance during Fan Appreciation Night. That celebration also gave fans an insight into the team’s postgame routine. Not only did the crowd see the team take off their jerseys to give to fans, the Jackets’ victory song, “Timber” – usually played in the locker room – played throughout the arena.

“I’m in charge of the winning song,” said Jackets forward Cam Atkinson, who chose the postgame victory song. Currently ranked 13th on the Billboard “Hot 100” chart, “Timber” features artists Pitbull and Kesha. “I’m a fan of Kesha and her music, so I picked the song and the guys loved it.”

It’s not just about the song for Atkinson, it’s about the response in the room.

“The guys started dancing – I’ve never seen these kind of dance moves come out of the woodwork,” Atkinson said with a smile.

Boone Jenner is someone Atkinson said can “shake his boots.” The compliment had Jenner laughing.

“I don’t think I have the best moves, but our win song is a time to come together,” Jenner said. “Whenever you hear it, it’s a good sign.”

One guy who can’t dance, according to Atkinson, is Jackets defenseman Dalton Prout. Prout didn’t argue with the assessment.

“I have no background of dancing, no practicing. I try here and there,” Prout said. “I don’t dance too often, but I certainly try once in a blue moon.”

The song itself has drawn different reviews.

“I really like that song,” Jenner said. “I’m happy with (Cam’s) choices. A lot of guys give him a hard time if he picks bad songs.”

One player with a different opinion on the current win song of choice is Jackets forward Nathan Horton. He considers himself a fan of mostly rock music, but he’ll put up with some pop music.

“I’m not a Kesha fan,” Horton said. “But as long as (Timber is) blaring, it means everything went well.”

And, besides, overall, Atkinson gets props for his song picking skills.

“(Atkinson’s) a great D.J.,” Prout said. “He picks good songs no matter where we are and what we’re doing. He has a knack for putting a mood together with a song.”

And, Prout said, it’s not just about picking a good song or a good artist.

“As long as there is a good beat and it puts everyone in a good mood, and every time you hear it you think about winning, it’s a win song,” Prout said. “That’s all that matters.”

Coachella 2016: Kesha Gives Surprise Performance Amid Court Battle

Kesha gave fans one heck of a treat last night when she joined her good friend Zedd for a surprise performance on the Coachella stage.

To be honest, it was just good to see her having such a fantastic time.

The singer could not hide her delight to be performing again at the famous Californian festival, with the star’s music career being stalled after a court recently ruled that she was not allowed to leave her contract with music producer Dr. Luke despite her claims that he had raped her.

Yesterday Kesha joined DJ Zedd during his set and gave a gorgeous performance of True Colours, but Kesha was careful to not acknowledge her private battle on stage.

The pair had previously hinted that they were planning something big, with Kesha previously posting a photo on Instagram alongside the caption: “Tonight has a magic to it. Here we come. 4 hours and counting…”, and Zedd added: “COACHELLA. Saturday. 9:30 pm. Don’t miss this.

"I have something big planned. Be there or stream it.”

Although Kesha has attracted a whole stream of support from celebs across the globe, including Adele and Lady Gaga, Zedd has been one of her most vocal supporters and has offered to work on new music with her.

After tweeting his support for the #FreeKesha movement, the DJ said: “I just read an article about [the case], literally right before I made the tweet because I didn’t know her personally.

"I thought sending a tweet was kind of the best way to get in touch with her. The only thing I can really do to help is produce songs and that’s what I offered.

"Her team actually hit us back confirming that I was serious about it, which is really cool. I’m obviously very serious about it, so maybe something will happen. Maybe there’s something I can do.

"Maybe we can do some music. Nothing I can say right now, but it would be cool. All I know is that she’s in a very rough position and if there’s anything I can ever do to help I’ll always be happy to do that.”

We couldn’t be more glad to hear that Kesha is getting all of the support that she needs at this incredibly tough time.


Calling all Kesha fans and human rights warriors: we’re going to protest to #FreeKesha during her hearing! We’ll meet at 9 a.m. on Jan. 26. at the New York State Supreme Courthouse, 60 Centre St, New York, NY. LET’S MAKE SOME NOISE!