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Britney Spears: “Brunch With My Boys”

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Pop superstar Britney Spears shared some fun photos with her sons.

“Brunch with my boys!,” the single mom, 32, captioned the above image via Instagram alongside sons Sean Preston, 8, and Jayden James, 7.

Last month, Britney shared another sweet shot with her beautiful boys.

“What’s up summer!!! Where are my sunglasses when I need them? Lol,” she captioned the image.

According to TMZ, the singing sensation accidentally skipped out on her bill at the Cheesecake Factory on Sunday.

Britney’s rep says she feels “horrible” about the incident, and it was an honest mistake. After the pop star and her boyfriend David Lucado finished their $30 meal, Britney asked her bodyguard to pay on her behalf, but a miscommunication kept that from happening.

When the singer realized what had happened, she paid her check and left the waitress a generous $100 tip.

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15 Pop Culture Faces Scarier Than The Masks In The Purge: Anarchy

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By Christopher Rosa

The Purge: Anarchy hits theaters this weekend, and we’re prepared to break into a cold sweat as we watch humans commit a mess of sinful acts during 12 hours of legalized crime. But the violence isn’t even the scariest part of this flick: It’s the masks people wear to do their dirty deeds that gives us chills.

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While these twisted faces are integral to the film, they look like kiddie Halloween costumes compared to some of the frightening faces pop culture has thrown our way. From Freddy Krueger to bald Britney Spears circa 2007, these scary faces will haunt your dreams for much longer than The Purge‘s running time. Here, we rank a collection of ghastly images, which includes living dolls, deranged killers, and depressed reality stars — sorry, Kim Kardashian, but they call it an “ugly cry” for a reason — to determine whose mug would make us stop dead in our tracks.

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Daphne Oz: “My Dad Was Full Of So Much Good Advice”

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The Chew star Daphne Oz covers the current issue of Mini magazine and opens up about her daughter Philomena, nearly 5 months, the best advice her father Dr. Oz gave her, and embracing her pregnant body.

On loving pregnancy: “I actually was the most confident I’ve ever been in my body while I was pregnant. I felt so powerful and free to flaunt the curves that we’re growing a little baby, so I wore a ton of body con and low boots. I figured out early on that wearing loose clothing often just makes you look bigger, so I tried to wear stuff that fit but that wasn’t tight or uncomfortable. Kimonos were a thing of mine for a while, as were pretty baby doll dresses, and of course great leggings and tops.”

On the best advice her dad gave her: “My dad was full of so much good advice. But I think the best kernel of wisdom came from his experience as a parent even more than a doctor. He reminded my husband, John, and I to take time to support each other and reconnect. Happy children are a product of happy parents.”

On losing the baby weight: “Now that Philo is here, I feel like I’m always eating on the run, trying to catch bites while she’s down for a nap or squirming in my lap. It’s a lot of one-handed foods or quick meals. But I am totally taking advantage of the beautiful summer weather for long walks [with my family]. And now that she’s a bit older and is sort of (fingers crossed!) getting a schedule going, I’m really looking forward to getting back into real workouts. Even if I just have 20 minutes, I’ll pull up a workout on my computer — I’ve done everything from the Insanity routines to Ballet Beautiful sets. I also have found yoga to be really helpful for dealing with back pain and muscle tension — I’m a big fan of Steve Ross.”

For more from Daphne, head over to Mini magazine….

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‘Weird Al’ Gives Us the Most Accurate College Fight Song of All Time

07/18/2014 at 01:55 PM EDT

As hardcore “Weird Al” Yankovic fans know, the pop parodist doesn’t just spoof the latest hits of artists like Pharrell and Iggy Azalea. He also records wacky songs that parody entire genres, as is the case with “Sports Song,” the latest music video from Yankovic’s Mandatory Fun, which takes aim at the underappreciated genre of college fight songs.

With the help of a marching band, Yankovic spells out in exhaustive detail exactly why his team is going to win and your team is going to lose.

“Your sports team will soon suffer swift defeat, that theory’s backed up by empirical evidence,” he sings. “We’re going to grind up your guys into burger meat … of course, we’re speaking in the figurative sense.”

By the end, Yankovic dispenses with any subtext: “We’re great! You suck! We’re great! You suck!”

It’s a funny gag, especially if you were once (or still are) in a marching band. And if this video awakens deep inside of you a love of verbose sports chants, check out Garfunkel and Oates’ classic “Sports Go Sports” sketch:

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