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Posted: May 23, 2017

Ariana Grande, Pippa Middleton, Fyre Festival


By Lee Jenny and @JennyLeeRadio

Last night was the end of the road for the Spurs this season. While fans are undoubtedly disappointed, the love for the team is stronger than ever! Manu Ginobili left the court to an eruption of support and applause from fans after what was presumed to be his last game. Even the other team applauded with respect! Check out his send-off and what Coach Pop had to say!

Even Coach Pop admitted to getting sentimental... 

Police have upped the death toll in Manchester following explosions at an Ariana Grande concert. 22 people have died, including children. 59 more have been injured. The incident is being treated as a terrorist attack and it's believed that a male suicide-bomber was involved. Ariana Grande has suspended her world tour in wake of the incident. MORE HERE

President Trump issued a statement, calling the attackers "losers."

Pippa Middleton got married over the weekend and the cost of the wedding was easily over $1 million. Here are some of the estimated costs:

Invitations: $4,500

Dress: $52,000

Bride's hair: $975

Transportation: $26,000

Marquee aka "The Glass Palace": $130,000

Flowers: $20,000 

Booze: $96,000

More at E! Online

Fyre Festival creators JaRule and Billy McFarland are being sued for millions of dollars after the festival turned out to be a complete and utter disaster. They are also under criminal investigation by the FBI. The festival was supposed to be a high-end luxury getaway with performances from superstars like Blink 182 and Rae Sremmurd. It was heavily promoted on Instagram by models like Kendall JennerBella Hadid, and other young stars. Instead, most all of the artists backed out and reviews of the festival compared the experience to being in the "Hunger Games." Pitchfork


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