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It’s all about David Beckham in the March 2016 issue of British GQ. The publication celebrates the 40-year-old by delving into the archives to explore the many looks of Beckham throughout the years. David’s mug will grace five collectible covers.

David Beckham really has a golden aura about him these days, a star quality burnished by a dedication to self-improvement, a savvy series of brand endorsements and the not inconsiderable fact that the public as a whole appear to have taken him to their hearts,” Dylan Jones, British GQ Editor

In addition to British GQ’s tribute, an exhibition at London’s Phillips Galleries will showcase some of his most iconic photographs taken by artists including Damien Hirst, Marc Hom, Nadav Kander, Annie Leibovitz, Vincent Peters, Mario Sorrenti and Paul Wetherell. It’ll be interesting to see how his image has evolved over the years. Mr. Posh Spice certainly loves to experiment with his look.

Check out the other covers below and weigh in on which is your favorite one afterward.

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After spending three weeks on top, “Sorry” relinquishes its hold on the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. No need to shed a tear for Justin Bieber though, his other single, “Love Yourself,” rises to the pole position.

The Ed Sheeran-penned ballad rises from 2-1. This not only marks the Bieb’s third chart-topper from his Purpose album, but third one of his career.

The 21-year-old Canadian singer is only the 12th act to replace himself at No. 1. The Weeknd recently achieved the same feat when “The Hills” replaced “Can’t Feel My Face.” Other artists part of this exclusive club include Taylor Swift, Boyz II Men, Usher, Ja Rule, the Beatles and Nelly to name a few.

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Looks like Heinz is the early frontrunner to earn cutest commercial honors during Super Bowl 50. Who doesn’t love cute wiener dogs dressed as giant hot dog buns? And hundreds of them at that.

The condiment brand just unleashed their “Ketchup Game Day Hot Dog Commercial” featuring numerous dachshunds running towards humans dressed in ketchup and mustard bottles while Harry Nilsson’s “Without You” plays in the background. Sure, it sounds a little cheesy, but the pups are so dang adorable. Check out the oh-so-cute ad below.

Video Description

There comes a time in every wiener dog’s life when you look in the full length doggy mirror and ask yourself, am I going to be a plain old boring hot dog forever? Or am I going to jump this rusty chain link fence and join the rest of the wieners in an epic stampede across the globe to seek out the most amazing tasting collection of Heinz Ketchups, so that I can be the best hot dog I can be? And that moment is a defining one, for every wiener dog. These little wieners chose wisely to Meet the Ketchups.

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NBC Renews Law & Order: SVU & More

In: Donovan, TV Shows
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Olivia Benson and company aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. NBC just renewed Law & Order: SVU for an 18th season.

The long-running drama is now just a couple of seasons away from tying its parent show, Law & Order. That show ran for 20 seasons and aired 456 episodes. Speaking of the 400th milestone, SVU will past the 400-episode mark sometime next season.

SVU opened its 17th season with 8.3 million and a 1.8 rating and has averaged 7.2 mil/1.7 since. This isn’t the only Dick Wolf-produced show that just received a renewal. Find out which other show below.

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It’s all about girl power for Vanity Fair’s annual Hollywood Issue. Not just any women either, but Tinseltown’s fiercest actresses. Jane Fonda, Cate Blanchett, Viola Davis and Jennifer Lawrence score the prime spots on the publication’s iconic three-panel foldout.

These four women aren’t just talented and beautiful but very outspoken as well. The have all at one point this past year spoken out about the problems with Hollywood. From ageism to diversity to equal gender pay, all of them have stated their opinions. It’s a bold statement from Vanity Fair indeed. I love it.

Once again, Annie Leibovitz snapped the group picture. The famed 66-year-old photographer has helmed the shoot for all but three of the Hollywood Issue covers since the edition debuted in 1995. Check out all the past covers below, along with the full foldout from this year. Weigh in on which covers are your favorites.

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Prior to Grease: Live, I had no idea who Jordan Fisher was. I’m pretty sure most of the viewers hadn’t heard of the 21-year-old actor previously either. He appeared in Disney’s Teen Beach films and ABC Family’s The Secret Life of The American Teenage. Based on last night’s performance, I predict Fisher is here to stay.

The rising talent just dropped a new single via Soundcloud. “Counterfeit” is a sultry track that shows off his vocals, especially that sexy falsetto of his. The pop track has a shot of crossing over to mainstream radio if promoted wisely. It’s very in line with what Nick Jonas and Justin Bieber are serving up these days. Give it a listen below.

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The second round of 2016 Oscar presenters have been announced. Like the first wave, it’s all about diversity from the producers who are attempting to divert attention away from the #oscarssowhite controversy.

ABC stars Priyanka Chopra and Kerry Washington are set to hit the stage at some point, as well as Korean actor Byung-hun Lee and legendary producer Quincy Jones. Check out the entire list below.

The awards will be handed out on February 28 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, beginning at 7pm EST on ABC.

check out the full list after the jump

Grease Live: Huge Ratings & My Five Favorite Numbers

In: Donovan, Music
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Grease was definitely the word on Sunday night. FOX’s first live musical production hit all the right notes, scoring with critics and viewers alike.

Grease: Live danced away with 12.2 million viewers and an impressive 4.3 rating among adults 18-49, beating NBC’s last two live productions. The Wiz Live and Peter Pan Live scored 11.5 million and 9.2 million respectively. It did fall short, however, of The Sound of Music Live which delivered a whopping 18.3 million viewers. FOX, though, should be very proud. The network proved you could stage a live production without making it a hate-watching event.

Personally, I thoroughly enjoyed the three-hour extravaganza. There were so many moving parts (multiple sound stages, live audience and rainy weather) to the elaborate production. FOX really set the bar high for all following live musicals. This one will be hard to beat.

According to The Wrap, Vanessa Hudgen’s standout number, “There Are Worse Things I Could Do,” was the most re-watched scene during the live telecast. While Hudgen’s Rizzo cover ranked in my Top 5, it wasn’t my favorite. Find out which scene was below.

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