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The Russian parliament's lower house has passed a bill that bans swearing from films, music and other works of art, according to BBC News.
The measure would impose fines for swearing in films, plays, concerts and shows, the Itar-Tass news agency reports.
Boom! Beyoncé is on the cover of this year's Time 100 issue of Time magazine — with a tribute inside written by Sheryl Sandberg, according to USA TODAY.
The Time 100 is the magazine's list of the 100 most influential people in the world, and the issue features tributes written by high-profile guest contributors.
Current top-of-the-pops boy band One Direction released the video for their latest single last week, according to BuzzFeed.
The clip was immediately scrutinized by Australian creative outlet OhYeahWow, who were responsible for Australian band Clubfeet’s award-winning clip “Everything You Wanted.”
The production company, who has produced content for the likes of Gotye, Aloe Blacc, and Ben Folds Five, has issued a statement in regards to the video, BuzzFeed reports.
Avril Lavigne is laughing off claims that her new music video for her single Hello Kitty is racist. The music video in question features the Canadian pop star dressed in a loud cupcake tutu and flanked by four Japanese women as they troll through Tokyo, drinking sake, eating sushi and visiting a candy store.