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Actions speak louder than words, and enormous American flag dresses speak louder than pretty much anything.
When Meryl Streep came to speak at the Democratic National Convention Tuesday night, she did it in the most Streep-esque way possible: with an enormous American flag dress. Streep has donned the dress in public before, but it made an extra special splash during a sometimes sleepy night at the DNC.
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Just look at the glorious thing.
Image: bill clark/apThose wishing to imitate Streep's style are sadly out of luck, as the $425 dress is already sold out on Shopbop.
At the very end of the Democratic National Convention Tuesday, Hillary Clinton made a surprise experience during the end of Alicia Keys' performance.
Following a long day including the official roll call nomination of Clinton and speeches praising Clinton's capacity for leadership, Keys took the stage with a backing band to play a medley of songs including "Superman" and "Girl on Fire."
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As Keys dramatically played drums, the screens behind her lit up in digital frames featuring all the former presidents before the cracking sound of glass was heard and the screen appeared to shatter to reveal Clinton, via satellite from New York.
Here's something we never thought we'd say: Bill Clinton just raised the bar for love stories everywhere.
The former president's Democratic National Convention speech, which clocked in at over 40 minutes, was full of detail about Bill and Hillary's relationship — from the first time they met to the first — yes, first — time he proposed and that time they registered for classes together.
Every good campaign needs a fight song.
The Democratic National Convention gave viewers a musical surprise in the final hour of day two.
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Celebrities such as Elizabeth Banks, Mandy Moore, Aisha Tyler, America Ferrarra, Jane Fonda and many, many more lent their voices for an a cappella version of Rachel Platten's "Fight Song."
United we sing a Top 40 song.
Ed Sheeran has spent the last few months in relative anonymity — save for an appearance as a British delegate at Taylor Swift's Fourth of July party and a Justin Bieber songwriting credit — during his social media hiatus
But if that ring he's rocking in a recent Instagram post is any indication, he's been keeping busy with the new Mrs.