20 Most Epic Celebrity Trump Meltdowns of 2016

With the New Year upon us — and a new President set to take office — it is time to acknowledge and reflect on the year’s most epic freakouts, tantrums and meltdowns from Hollywood’s best and brightest about Donald J. Trump.

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Madonna Final Warning: ‘Vote Clinton or We Are All F*cked’

Pop icon Madonna sounded an impassioned final warning to Americans to vote Hillary Clinton for president this week, cautioning on social media that if the Democratic candidate loses to Republican Donald Trump, “we are all f*cked.”

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Well-Heeled Flock to Israeli Designer Footwear

Israeli designer Kobi Levi’s psychedelic shoes resemble everything from banana skins to sex acts, flamingos and stretching cats — and they are all the rage among well-heeled stars like Lady Gaga.

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Madonna Rips Donald Trump’s Sons for Hunting Photo

Madonna went on social media Thursday and trashed Donald Trump’s sons, Donald Trump, Jr., and Eric Trump, for posting a photo showing them celebrating the killing of a leopard they hunted during a trip to Africa.

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10 Songs You Didn’t Know Were Written by Prince

Pop icon Prince died on Thursday morning at the young age of 57. While the entertainer left behind a volume of work that is as prolific as it is influential, he also wrote or co-wrote some of the biggest songs of the past few decades, including for artists like Tom Jones, Alicia Keys and Madonna.

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Why Tel Aviv Is Hollywood’s New Billion-Dollar Sin City

The Hollywood Reporter has the story: Madonna has a $20M pad there, Barbra Streisand has taken 100 rooms and Gerard Butler has been bailed out by pals in the new trendy getaway that has been called the “sexiest city in

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