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Amber Heard Just Welcomed a Baby Girl – Find Out Her Name!

Amber Heard is sharing some surprising news: she has a baby girl!

The 35-year-old Aquaman actress confirmed the happy news in a series of posts on social media on Thursday (July 1).

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“I’m so excited to share this news with you,” she began her note, sharing a photo of her and her baby daughter.

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“Four years ago, I decided I wanted to have a child. I wanted to do it on my own terms. I now appreciate how radical it is for us as women to think about one of the most fundamental parts of our destinies in this way,” she continued.

“I hope we arrive at a point in which it’s normalized to not want a ring in order to have a crib,” she went on to say.

“A part of me wants to uphold that my private life is none of anyone’s business. I also get that the nature of my job compels me to take control of this. My daughter was born on April 8, 2021. Her name is Oonagh Paige Heard. She’s the beginning of the rest of my life.”

Page Six reported that the baby girl is named after Amber‘s late mom, Paige. She was born with the help of a surrogate after Amber was told she would never be able to carry her own baby, friends revealed to the outlet.

Oonagh is absolutely gorgeous, and Amber is besotted. She always knew that she wanted to be a mom, and this is her greatest wish come true. She’s so grateful to the wonderful woman who helped bring Oonagh into her life. The most important thing for Amber is that she’s open about Oonagh’s birth,” a source said to Page Six.

“There are so many women who feel they can’t talk about their fertility and are worried and embarrassed; Amber wants them to feel supported and realize that there are a multitude of ways to have a baby even if you have fertility issues.”

Congratulations to Amber Heard! Find out which other stars just welcomed children in 2021.

My daughter was born on April 8, 2021. Her name is Oonagh Paige Heard. She’s the beginning of the rest of my life.

— Amber Heard (@realamberheard) July 1, 2021

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Humble Bundle moves forward with charitable donation caps on purchases

In mid-July, Humble Bundle will move forward with its previous decision to cap charitable donations. Back in April, the company announced a plan to introduce a new storefront that was set to do away with its signature sliders and limit how much of their purchase customers could direct to charity. Following vocal backlash from its community, Humble Bundle said it would take time to re-evaluate that plan.

We’ve outlined some upcoming changes to how sliders work when you purchase a bundle that we believe helps Humble continue our mission and support charities. Check out more info here: https://t.co/fFsrfooG8x

— Humble Bundle (@humble) July 1, 2021

As of today, the company plans to move forward with a version of its storefront that affords consumers some amount of choice over where their money goes, but still takes away the option to donate everything they spend on charity. “While splits on each bundle will vary, on average there will be a minimum amount for Humble Bundle between 15 to 30 percent,” the company said in a blog post spotted by Kotaku. “Sliders will clearly indicate any minimums to customers and the flexibility to adjust donations will be available in every purchase of a bundle.”

Humble Bundle says its latest decision reflects shifts in the “PC storefront landscape,” adding “the change to sliders lets us continue to invest in more exciting content so we can keep growing the Humble community which will ultimately drive more donations for charitable causes.” Media conglomerate IGN acquired Humble Bundle in 2017 for an undisclosed amount. In 2019, co-founders Jeff Rosen and John Graham left the company.

As with its initial announcement, the reaction to today’s news hasn’t been positive. “Yeah, the multi-billion dollar company needs the money more than my local animal shelter,” said one Twitter user, referencing the estimated $1.9 billion net worth of IGN and Humble Bundle parent company Ziff Davis.

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Get to Know ‘Never Forget’ Rising Star MADDS With These 10 Fun Facts! (Exclusive)

MADDS is one of the acts we’re excited about at Just Jared, and we want to give readers a chance to exclusively get to know her even better!

You might already know the Johannesburg-born, LA-bred social media sensation because of her massive following on platforms like Instagram. And she’s also making major moves in the music industry!

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Growing up, she taught herself how to write songs, DJ and produce while in high school, which has blossomed into a rapidly growing music career. At the end of the year, she’ll be dropping her debut EP of dance floor-ready tunes.

“I wrote this EP during the most incredible experience with my girlfriends. Every night was drinking wine and dancing to Calvin Harris until sunrise. There was no drama on this trip. It was incredible. Not a single tear was shed over boy drama. It’s very sexy, very fun. These are some of my favorite songs I have ever written,” she teases.

Having already shared stages with acts like Steve Aoki and David Guetta, as well as being featured at festivals like Coachella, it’s safe to say that MADDS‘ star is rising rapidly.

More recently, MADDS just released her music video for “Never Forget,” featuring some friends who are also popular on social media, including Cindy Prado, Alexa Collins, Brianna Gonva, Sabrina Calvo and Alba Toba.

Check out 10 Fun Facts about MADDS, and watch the video for “Never Forget”!

1. I’m Loud — you will hear me from a mile away! I love to have a good time and make people laugh.
2. I’m Unpredictable — you never know which MADDS you’re going to get. My musical tastes are all over the place from Reggaeton, to House, to techno, to dubstep. It all depends on my mood.
3. I’m Thoughtful — I love making people happy and surprising them. You could say acts of service is my love language.
4. I’m great at cooking — I love getting in the kitchen and mixing flavors and trying new things. I think I was a chef in a past life.
5. I’m a scary movie fanatic — I also love true crime.
6. Everything must be spicy!
7. 90% of the music I listen to is in Spanish, even though I don’t speak Spanish fluently. I’ll get there one day.
8. I could live off of wine and chicken nuggets. But pasta is also a main food group, too. 9. One day, I want a farm — I LOVE animals!
10. I am hilarious — or at least I think so! Haha! I have a really good sense of humor and don’t take myself too seriously.

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Twitter considers letting you tweet to ‘trusted friends’ only

Twitter is thinking about new ways to share tweets with specific groups of people. The company showed off two concepts for new features that would allow users to target tweets toward specific audiences without having to switch accounts or change privacy settings.

The first would enable people to designate “trusted friends” so some tweets would only be visible to that group. The idea is similar to Instagram’s “close friends” feature for Stories. According to an image shared by Twitter designer Andrew Courter, Twitter’s version would allow users to toggle the audience much like the way you can choose who is able to reply to you.

He added that “perhaps you could also see trusted friends’ Tweets first” in your timeline, which would offer another alternative to the chronological or algorithmic “home” timelines Twitter currently offers.

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Another feature would allow people to take on different personas or “facets” from the same account. For example, a user could have a professional identity, where they tweet about work-related topics, and a personal one that’s meant more for friends and family. According to the images, users could have the option of making any one persona public or private, and new followers would be able to choose which “facet” they want to see tweets from.

Finally, Courter showed off a new concept for filtering replies that would allow users to choose specific words or phrases “they prefer not to see.” Then, if a user who is replying or mentioning the user tries to use one of those words or phrases, Twitter will let them know the words go against that person’s preference.

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According to the images shared by Courter, the feature wouldn’t prevent anyone from sending a tweet using the offending words, but it would make it less visible to the person on the receiving end. The idea is similar to other kinds of anti-bullying nudges Twitter has employed in the past, but would go a step further as each user could set their own conversational “boundaries.”

All these features are still just ideas — Courter noted that “we’re not building these yet” — so they may never actually launch. But the company is looking for feedback on the designs, so they could inform future tools Twitter does decide to build. At the very least, it sheds some light on how Twitter is thinking about issues like identity.

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Amusing Times Significant Others Brought the Facepalm



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Some people idealize their significant others. They put their lovers on a pedestal, convince themselves that their beloved can do no wrong. These anecdotes come from people who can no longer do that. These anecdotes are from people who were given irrefutable proof that their partner’s might have a screw loose or very little common sense – but they love ’em anyway. Brace yourself: stupidity is coming.


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Idiotic Fan With Sign Gets Roasted for Causing Massive Tour de France Pileup

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Trump Organization CFO Charged With Tax Fraud, Pleads Not Guilty

The Trump Organization’s longtime chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg, pleaded not guilty to tax fraud charges on Thursday—coming hours after the company criticized Manhattan prosecutors for what they claim is a politically partisan criminal investigation designed to politically wound former President Donald Trump. According to a criminal indictment unsealed on Thursday, Weisselberg was also charged with grand larceny, conspiracy, and falsifying business records. Weisselberg entered a not guilty plea in Manhattan Supreme Court. Attorneys for the Trump Organization and the Trump Payroll Corp. appeared in the court and entered a plea on behalf of the firms. Prosecutors claimed that the firms and Weisselberg carried out a 15-year-long tax fraud scheme to pay him and other executives. “The beneficiaries of the scheme received substantial portions of their income through indirect and disguised means, with compensation that was unreported or misreported by the Trump Corporation and Trump Payroll Corp,” the indictment read. Prosecutor Carey Dunne …

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‘Pretty Weird’: Facebook Now Sending Warnings to Users About Potentially ‘Extremist’ Friends

Facebook users have recently reported being sent warning messages from the social media giant relating to “extremists” or “extremist content” in recent days. “Are you concerned that someone you know is becoming an extremist?” one of the purported messages read. “We care about preventing extremism on Facebook. Others in your situation have received confidential support,” it adds before offering the button to “Get Support,” which ostensibly leads to another Facebook page about extremism. Redstate editor Kira Davis, who said was sent a screenshot of the message from a friend, wrote: “Hey has anyone had this message pop up on their FB? My friend (who is not an ideologue but hosts lots of competing chatter) got this message twice. He’s very disturbed.” And others reported getting a warning that they may have been “exposed to harmful extremist content recently,” without elaborating. The message then alleges that “violent groups try to manipulate your …

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Hannah Brown Falls & Injures Neck, Reveals the Symptoms She’s Feeling

Oh no! Hannah Brown has suffered a neck injury and she’s asking fans for prayers.

The 26-year-old former Bachelorette posted on her Instagram Story to let fans know what she’s going through right now.

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“Monday night I fell and hurt my neck,” Hannah posted on her Instagram Story. “I’ve been super nauseous from the pain and not really able to do anything.”

She then added, “Send some prayers and healing energy my way!”

You can see this image Hannah posted in the gallery of our post. We’re wishing Hannah all the best and hope she makes a speedy recovery!

If you missed it, Hannah recently revealed that she had to delete a DM that she sent to a very famous celeb.

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EA is reportedly developing a ‘Dead Space’ remake

EA is reportedly working on a remake of Dead Space. You read that right. After more than eight years of the franchise collecting dust, VentureBeat reports EA has tasked its Motive studio to develop a Resident Evil 2-style remake of the first game in the series. According to writer Jeff Grubb, fans should expect an experience that uses the original game as a “strong foundation,” but features modern visuals and gameplay tweaks introduced in later Dead Space games.

#DeadSpace just updated it’s profile picture after several
years of activity, and um..

😳😳😳😳👉👈 pic.twitter.com/Tt8vXiHGaQ

— Jack (@SierraI07) June 30, 2021

Grubb first hinted at the possibility of the series coming back during an episode of the GamesBeat Decides podcast, saying EA would announce a revival at its upcoming Play event on July 22nd. Eurogamer and Gematsu later corroborated his claims, noting they had heard similar information. It’s also worth noting Grubb was the first person to report that EA was working on Mass Effect Legendary Edition. And while it’s always good to be skeptical, there have been other tantalizing hints that EA will resurrect Dead Space. Just yesterday, someone noticed the company had updated the official Dead Space YouTube page following years of inactivity to change the channel’s profile picture. With EA Play a mere three weeks away, we won’t have to wait long to see if the rumors are true. 

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Idiotic Fan With Sign Gets Roasted for Causing Massive Tour de France Pileup

There’s stupid and then there’s painfully, incomprehensibly, I-just-ruined-the-Tour-de-France stupid. One dumb spectator with her dumb cardboard sign got a little too close to the road, presumably in order to get on TV, just as competitors in the Tour de France came riding through. The sign caused one cyclist to fall and dozens of others came crashing down like dominos. Thankfully, no one was seriously injured.

The world’s worst fan fled the scene of the crime, but has since been arrested. If she wanted to get on TV, she got exactly what she wanted and then some. The Tour-crasher has since been brutally roasted across social media, including in the comment section of this NBC Sports clip. Check out the video and some of the spiciest burns we’ve collected from the comments.

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