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Oprah and Gayle King Slang Quiz Video

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Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King, longtime friends and my fantasy aunties, put their knowledge of current slang terms to the test in a delightful new video for OprahMag.com this week. The latest installment of their OG Chronicles video series sees the BFFs being quizzed on millennial and Gen-Z slang like lit, thirst trap, and clapbacks — and while Gayle seemed hellbent on proving how up to date she is, Oprah wasn’t as concerned, saying, “You can’t slang-shame me!”

There was some initial confusion over the usage of “snack,” but once the duo figured it out, Oprah dropped a bombshell: “Oh, I just had lunch with somebody who’s a real snack. I’m not gonna say who it is either. He was more than a snack. That was a meal,” she revealed. Press play now to see Gayle defining “secure the bag” and Oprah gleefully calling herself “a JOMO.”





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BandGang Lonnie Bands "Talk That 2020" (Official Music Video"

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Shocking Celebrity Breakups From the 2010s

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From Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, there were so many celebrity relationships that came to an end this past decade. Being that I’m a hopeless romantic, I’ll admit that this made it somewhat hard to believe in love at times and it hurt my heart a little, and I know I’m not alone. A lot of these stars have already moved on and found love with someone new, but which celebrity breakup from the past decade struck you the most? Cast your vote below before the poll closes on Dec. 27.

Which Celebrity Breakup Broke Your Heart the Most in the 2010s?

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez

Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus

Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony

Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon

Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron

Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian

Wilmer Valderrama and Demi Lovato

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux

Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield

Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner





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Orlando Jones Posts Video After American Gods Firing

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In a video posted on social media today, Orlando Jones announced he was fired in September from the show American Gods, and that there will be “no more Mr. Nancy,” the character he played. The video included a flashing animated GIF stating “Breaking News” and a caption stating “Caution: Hot Tea.”

Jones referred to the producers of American Gods as “these motherfuckers” and, saying he wouldn’t name names, called out the new season three showrunner, easily Google-able as television vet Charles H. Eglee. According to Jones the “Connecticut-born, Yale-educated and very smart” man felt that Mr. Nancy’s “angry, get-shit-done” attitude is the “wrong message for Black America.”

Jones offered thanks to American Gods author Neil Gaiman for opening the door for him to become a writer-producer on season two, as well as series co-creators Bryan Fuller and Michael Green. GIF Hearts floated over his face as he gave the shout-outs. He also thanked his fans.

A launch date for American Gods season three has yet to be announced, but Neil Gaiman has already sketched out ideas for a season four of the STARZ series.

Charles H. Eglee’s career goes back to the early 1980s. He co-wrote the screenplay to James Cameron’s directorial debut Piranha II: The Spawning, and wrote episodes of St. Elsewhere, Moonlighting, L.A. Law and NYPD Blue. He co-created Dark Angel with Cameron and co-created Murder One with Stephen Bochco and Channing Gibson, and was an executive producer on The Shield, Dexter and season one of The Walking Dead. He won an Emmy Award in 1995 for NYPD Blue.

Mr. Nancy is one of the central characters of Gaiman’s American Gods lore, based upon the West African Anansi myth, also known as the Spider God, one of the archetypical “trickster” characters from folklore. Gaiman’s 2005 best-seller Anansi Boys was an American Gods spin-off focused on this popular character.

V.F. has reached out to Eglee, STARZ and Fremantle Media and will update this story should we hear back.



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