Two Bodies Were Found In The Real Housewives Of New Jersey's Torched Car
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Two Bodies Were Found In The Real Housewives Of New Jersey's Torched Car

The housewives are always getting into some shit.

Kim DePaola, a frequent personality on Real Housewives of New Jersey might have just made history for having the oddest real housewives moment. Which, if you think about it, is quite the accomplishment thanks to Teresa Giudice and Danielle Staub.

Here's what happened.

Investigators were called to the scene after calls from nearby New Jersey residents informed them that a car had been set on fire. When they arrived, they found more than just a car engulfed in flames.

It's reported that DePaola's Audi was set on fire, following the murder of two men, who were shot execution-style.

Thank you to everyone for your support!!!!

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No one has been arrested yet, and the two bodies have not been identified. However, according to NBC New York, DePaola's son was driven to the airport that Thursday by his friend Aaron Anderson. Anderson's mother told the station that her son hadn't been answering her calls since the incident.

Although there are still a lot of questions that need to be answered, DePaola's fans were given this brief message, thanking them for their support during this tragic time.

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Celebrities Turned Politicians

Will you accept this rose...and my nomination?

Ben Higgins, software salesman, 6'4" former Bachelor heartthrob, and.... politician?

No jokes here. Ben Higgins has announced that he is trying to run for Colorado legislature, and will have a reality spin-off called Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After that follows the couple throughout the campaign process. What could his campaign slogan possibly be? "Will you accept this rose... and my nomination?" Wait, that's actually pretty good.

As crazy as Ben Higgins' campaign run is to some (most), he isn't the only celebrity to try his cards running for office. Not all of these political hopefuls were successful, but at least they knew they had a fallback in the spotlight. In addition to shocking voters, these celeb candidates all had some pretty memorable gaffes while running for office. But that might just be politics, period.

Ronald Reagan


Surprise! Our 40th president was actually a huge Hollywood star during the 30s-60s before he took a shot at running for governor of California in 1967, and won. Despite being in over 50 movies, his lasting fame comes from his conservative eight year stint in the Oval Office, where he pioneered "Reaganomics". His victory seemingly erased many of his laughable gaffes.

Noteworthy gaffe: "Trees cause more pollution than automobiles do."

Verdict: Won the 1980 presidential election, and reelected in 1984.

Clay Aiken

Remember when you actually watched American Idol? You know, 13 seasons ago? Well runner-up Clay Aiken has shown time and again he doesn't want to be invisible. After hitting up broadway, he ran as the Democratic nominee in the 2014 North Carolina 2nd congressional district election on a platform for education and LGBT rights.

Noteworthy gaffe: "I think people are kind of fed up with the kind of tone-deaf representation they've had."

Verdict: Lost to Incumbent, proves once again his destiny as runner-up. Don't worry Clay, this isn't a true measure of a man.

Arnold Schwarzenegger

The Australian bodybuilder turned actor is most famous for his roles in the Terminator movies and his unforgettable accent. With absolutely no political experience, he ran in the 2003 California governor recall election, along with 134 other individuals. The only thing keeping him from saying "I'll be back...for the presidential race" is the fact he's not native born. You can thank the founding fathers for that one.

Noteworthy Gaffe: ""I don't understand how they can call me anti-Latino when I've made four movies in Mexico."

Verdict: Was California's "governator" from 2003 to 2011, but stepped down from office with the second lowest approval rating for the state at 23 percent... looks like his political career is terminated.

Sean Duffy

Even though he was on The Real World: Boston before most of us were watching, he was still on The Real World. You know, the classic addicting MTV show filled with drunk drama. This loveable lumberjack went on to marry another Real World star (that he met on Road Rules, yet another MTV classic). In spite of his mid-twenties horniness plastered on TV, this staunch conservative Republican successfully ran for district attorney of Ashland County, Wisconsin and then ran for the U.S. representative for Wisconsin's 7th District.

Noteworthy gaffe: (With a $174,000 income) "I guarantee that I have more debt than all of you...I drive a used minivan."

Verdict: He's won... three times. I'm still trying to wrap my head around how this guy got elected.

Last but not least...

Donald Trump

How could we forget? Trump rose to stardom with his blunt dismissals on the Apprentice and shmoozy ownership of Miss Universe productions. When he decided to run for Republican nominee in this 2016 presidential election, most laughed at the thought of him being considered a serious contender. He proved America wrong and is now the only Republican left in the race.

Noteworthy gaffe: Too many to count.

Verdict: He's the presumptive nominee.... but there already looks to be a ton of drama at the RNC. We won't know for sure until America picks a winner on November 8.

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Crime Drama Films You Need to See in Your Lifetime: Part Two

Grab some popcorn and be prepared to witness some masterpieces.

Movies these days can be pretty predictable. Some genres, such as romantic comedies, are basically written with a formula.

Guy meets girl, some weird event happens, insert plot fluff, then happily ever after. Boring. They're entertaining to watch for sure, but few of them rarely have you on the edge of your seat.

That is not the case though, when it comes to a good crime drama. They have everything: romance, some dark comedic one liners, action, thrilling scenes, and some batshit plot twists that make your mind implode.

Below is a continuation of a list I have compiled of some of my favorite films in this genre; some of which are regarded worldwide as the best films of all time, and all of which are films that you must see at least once in your lifetime.

1. A Bronx Tale (1993)
The directorial debut of Robert De Niro, this film follows the life of an Italian-American teenager who lives in the Bronx during the 1960's. It depicts his struggle to overcome the racist mentality towards African Americans, to ignore the peer pressure of his friends to enter a life of crime, and to decide which of the two father figures in his life, his father (De Niro) or local Mafia boss, played by Chazz Palminteri, has his best interests at heart.

2. Dirty Harry (1971)
Are you feelin' lucky punk? This film was pivotal in this genre as it set the tone for many police films to come. Directed by Don Siegel and starring Clint Eastwood, this movie tells the tale of a loose cannon SFPD Inspector "Dirty" Harry Callahan (Eastwood) and his quest to find a psychopath terrorizing San Francisco whose crimes are based upon the real life Zodiac Killer. This movie can be pretty disturbing at times, but nonetheless still a film you should watch if you like these movies.

3. The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
I first watched this movie when I was 14 and I was blown away by it. Directed by Frank Darabont starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman, this film tells the story of an intelligent but quiet banker, Andy (Robbins), who is accused of the murder of his wife and her lover and is subsequently sent to Shawshank State Penitentiary though he claims to be innocent. This film was pivotal in launching Morgan Freeman's career, and is truly a masterpiece.

4. Pulp Fiction (1994)
This movie is absolutely iconic and is regarded as one of the best-written films of all time. Directed by the infamous Quentin Tarantino and starring John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis, and Uma Thurman, this movie tells the story of the intersecting lives of L.A. mobsters and other criminals. The plot is not in chronological order, is highly original, and is a film that you absolutely have to watch at least once.

5. Witness (1985)
Another great film starring Harrison Ford. Directed by Peter Weir, this movie tells the story of a detective (Ford) who has to protect a young Amish boy that becomes a target after being the sole witness of a murder in Philadelphia's 30th Street Station. Featuring a great music score and shots of the beautiful Pennsylvania countryside, as well as some unexpected plot twists, this film is one of the best in the genre.

6. In The Line of Fire (1993)
This movie, directed by Wolfgang Peterson and starring Clint Eastwood, John Malkovich, and Rene Russo, is a classic film. The story is about United States Secret Service Agent Frank Horrigan's (Eastwood) attempt to track a disillusioned and psychotic former CIA agent (Malkovich) who threatens to assassinate the President of the United States. This film includes a bit of history as well, as Eastwood's character is the only remaining active agent from the detail assigned to President John F. Kennedy the day of his assassination in 1963, and implements his struggle to overcome his guilt from failing to protect the president as well as to regain credibility within the agency.

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Weekly entertainment Recap: 3/25

The good, the bad, and the ugly. Celebrities, amiright?

So many good things for you guys this week. Like most of you, I spent a lot of time at airports and traveling last week for spring break, which means lots of time spent on social media and flipping through gossip mags. Let's get started.

This is honestly the biggest thing in romance since, well, like ever. Selena Gomez and the Biebs are supposedly discussing the possibility of rekindling their romance.

I know, I know. Rumors are always spreading about the possibility of this flame lighting once more, but a source close to the pair told E! That this time it might just be true. After they both finish their world tours of course. Fame doesn't stop for love.


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Speaking of teen stars, Hannah Montana is officially as old as I was when I started watching it. The show celebrated its 10-year anniversary this week. I think that's grounds to go back on the air right? Or at least grounds to add it to streaming options on Netflix. I'd be totally down to Hannah Montana and chill.

LofuckingL HM 4 @itsjeremyscott #beenondatJSswag #HM4EVR ???

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I'm really hoping this next part of the recap is something you have already seen. Kendall and Kylie Jenner, along with big sis Khloe Kardashian went incognito this week and made their way onto a Hollywood tour bus. Kylie documented the ladies' mischief on her Snapchat, and I literally watched it 100 times (ok maybe not literally). But anyways, it was funny as shit.

if u guys don't know why Im the queen of all snapchat.. Watch now lol - kylizzlemynizzl

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And to wrap up the week, Joe Giudice of The Real Housewives of New Jersey is on his way to prison. As sad as this may be, thank God we have Teresa back. It's been awhile since I've seen a grown woman flip a table and I'm not sure how much longer I can wait to see it again. Theresa is arguably the most iconic housewife, so it's v sad for reality TV junkies like myself to see her family go through this.

With my Honey ?

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Oh and btw, Cadet Kelly is on Netflix. You're welcome.

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This is the Best Birthday Gift Ever

"Happy Birthday Dad!"

In this epic video, this kid surprises the shit out of his Dad for his birthday. He waits in the trunk of his Dad's car, and then, when his Dad opens the trunk, he gets a terrifyingly awesome surprise. There you go, a free, awesome B-day gift for Dad!

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Going Home For The Summer As Told By The Real Housewives

These ladies define spirit animal.

Let's face it, while we love our parents and there is always going to be a special place left for high school memories, once you taste the sweet freedom of college, it's hard to go back to a summer spent with "rules" and people you weren't really too upset about potentially never seeing again. But alas, some of you will end up home and for that I give you a few moments in Housewife history to help you feel understood.

When you realize you're about to go home... for three months.

And of course you spend the first few days acting like the most studious law abiding citizen to any of your friends' parents asking about how college is going.

And literally three days into being home you relate to this on a spiritual level.

Your mindset going into any social encounter for the next three months.

And any time high school classmates are involved, you're equipt with your own bottle of wine--not to be shared.

And people ask why you're always drinking.

And even after downing a whole bottle of Barefoot this is still you anytime someone tries to gossip about said high school classmates. Haven't we moved on guys?

Wait who's pregnant?

It's WHOSE baby????

Oh... just a rumor.

By the end of the summer there are about three people in this town you still like and two of them are dogs. This is subconsciously your response to any small talk with people you thought you left at graduation.

Finally. Back to college, back to binge drinking with your people, and back to sanity.