Daily Archive: November 12, 2017

Kit Harington, Eminem, and Oprah Audition For The Lion King in This SNL Skit

Kit Harington, Eminem, and Oprah Audition For The Lion King in This SNL Skit

Earlier this month, Disney announced the full cast of its 2019 Lion King reboot, and fans were shook by all of the familiar faces, including Beyoncé and Donald Glover, who will be starring in the live-action film as Nala and Simba, respectively. Saturday Night Live spoofed the casting news with a mock screen test of all of the other famous celebrities who tried out but didn’t land a role in the movie, including Oprah as Rafiki, LL Cool J as Pumbaa, and Kit Harington as Simba. Watch the funny skit above to see what the film would look like with those stars instead.

Dear Santa, These Sexy Photos of Omari Hardwick Are All I Want For Christmas

Dear Santa, These Sexy Photos of Omari Hardwick Are All I Want For Christmas

Omari Hardwick just might be the man of my dreams. The 43-year-old actor currently stars on the hit Starz series Power, and his racy sex scenes have earned him a legion of fans (myself included) who can’t get enough of him. Besides the fact that he’s a walking sexpot, the adorable father of two and University of Georgia graduate is also a poet and social justice activist when he’s not on set. I’ll never forget the first time I laid eyes on him in the 2010 film For Colored Girls, and I’ve been swooning over him ever since. If you’re not yet familiar with Omari, scroll through these sexy photos to see why he’s all I want for Christmas.

Eight-year-old driver killed in Australia drag race crash

Eight-year-old driver killed in Australia drag race crash

Eight-year-old driver killed in Australia drag race crash

An eight-year-old girl has died after crashing her junior dragster during a test run in Western Australia, police said Monday.

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Nurses slam new law on license renewal

Nurses slam new law on license renewal

A group of nurses has added its voice to Filipino professionals opposing the new requirements for renewing their licenses under the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Act.

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Duterte orders Año to probe corrupt LGUs

Duterte orders Año to probe corrupt LGUs

President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday said he was giving Interior and Local Government officer-in-charge Eduardo Año the authority to investigate local government officials who demand bribes in exchange for the speedy release of business permits.

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PNP to lead drug war again if PDEA fails

PNP to lead drug war again if PDEA fails

President Rodrigo Duterte will return jurisdiction over his controversial war on drugs to the Philippine National Police if the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) fails to curb the illegal narcotics trade.

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Clear skies seen this week

Clear skies seen this week

Expect generally good weather during the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Summit this week.

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SC voids GSIS resolutions

SC voids GSIS resolutions

The Supreme Court has invalidated three resolutions issued by the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS), which stripped retired state workers of their right to enjoy their full retirement benefits.

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Corona’s daughter cleared of tax raps

Corona’s daughter cleared of tax raps

The Court of Tax Appeals (CTA) has acquitted Ma. Carla Beatriz Castillo, the daughter of the late Chief Justice Renato Corona, of her P5.83-million tax evasion charges.

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University execs told: Return P38M

University execs told: Return P38M

The Commission on Audit (COA) has ordered the former president and the regents of the Bulacan State University to return P37.88 million in authorized employee incentives for the year 2012.

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