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Demand a plan, Hollywood stars?

A new viral video sends a very different message: Demand Celebrities Go F–k Themselves.

YouTube user Mike Hunt has created a response to the PSA recorded a few weeks ago by various famous faces - from Jamie Foxx to Jason Bateman - in which celebrities urge the public to push for stricter gun control laws.

"I was immediately struck by the irony of their entire campaign,” Hunt tells EW. “Here are a bunch of vapid Hollywood celebrities attempting to shame the public into submitting to more gun control. Their entire industry profits from a culture of violence and gun entertainment.

"I was really surprised at the amount of positive responses and feedback the video has received. Hopefully a few of these ‘stars’ see it and maybe turn the microscope back on their hypocritical industry.”

Watch the videos above and then vote below: Does Hunt have a point? Are celebrities hypocrities by fighting for tighter gun restrictions?


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Officials in India’s Assam state have suspended politician Bikram Singh Brahma after he was accused of raping a woman - and subsequently beaten by women in a village.

Clips posted to the web showed him being stripped of his shirt and slapped by several women in response to the allegation. Take a look at the surprising footage:

According to the BBC, Bikram Singh Brahma was detained on Thursday after the victim’s husband reported the alleged rape, which shocked his community.

Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi told the BBC his action was “condemnable” and he should be punished ... though this was likely not what he had in mind.

Pressure has grown for tougher action after a woman was raped and attacked in Delhi in December and later died. Five men were arrested in that incident.

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Princess Diana was one of the world's most famous and photographed women, but one image of the late mother of Princes William and Harry evaded publication.

Until now. A lost Princess Diana photo marked "not to be published" from 1981 is set to be auctioned, and is causing a stir. Take a look at it below:

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The black-and-white photo shows a teenage Diana on a Swiss ski holiday lounging on the lap of a young, unidentified man, who is resting a book on her shoulder.

A bottle of liquor also rests on a window ledge above her head, creating an image that was certain to be unfit for a future princess - at least at the time.

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A controversial Israeli law banning too-skinny models is in effect as of January 1, 2013, prompting praise, controversy and debate over how much weight it will hold.

So to speak.

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The law requires models to prove they have maintained a Body Mass Index (BMI) of at least 18.5 for three months prior to a fashion shoot or show.

That means a 5'8'' woman can weigh 119 pounds minimum. The law also requires advertisers to disclose if they have retouched or doctored photos.

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Drunk Steubenville (Ohio) High School athletes can be seen in a viral video - leaked by Anonymous - joking and laughing about a 16-year-old girl getting raped.

The disturbing 12-minute tape, posted online by the hacktivist group “Knight Sec,” shows teens cracking jokes about a rape that allegedly took place August 22.

One teenage guy appears to refer to the victim as "deader than Trayvon Martin" and adds, "she is so raped her p**sy is about as dry as the sun right now."

The underage girl, who was from a neighboring town, was allegedly transported, assaulted and photographed by athletes from local Steubenville High.

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Two reportedly drunk women forced the landing of a British Airways flight in Lyon, France, earlier this week. No, not the two women pictured below.

The Real Housewives of New York City tandem just comes up when you run an image search for drunk women. Kind of says a lot. Anyway, the story:

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Flight BA2664 was headed from London’s Gatwick Airport to Tunis. The flight was diverted due to “the continued disruptive behavior of two female passengers.”

The women were reportedly drinking Malibu rum and swearing at children. Nice.

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Move over, Zuckerberg. Florida resident Zachary Marks, 11, began his own social network, called Grom Social, after his parents banned him from using Facebook.

Grom Social is designed specifically for children.


Marks had a Facebook account for roughly a week despite being two years too young to join the site, having lied about his age to create an account.

When his parents discovered that he may have been engaging in risky online activities, they pulled the plug. At that point, he came up with a plan.

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Did Kim Jong Un's wife Ri Sol Ju give birth? Was she even pregnant?

As always, details are sketchy when you're dealing with North Korea.

A seemingly pregnant belly sported by the wife of the rogue state's baby-faced dictator in mid-December appeared to be gone by New Year's Day.

That's sent South Korean media into a frenzy of speculation.

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Giraffes are plant-eating animals with cute faces who people rarely gawk at in fear of any kind.

The giant beasts just stand around, munch on leaves and go about their peaceful business, right? Most of the time.

But as part of a promotion for a new series titled Africa, Discovery has released a video of a brawl between two giraffes that the channel is billing as "the most violent giraffe fight ever filmed."

We're not sure what its competition for such an honor would be, but the neck-whipping below is worth a viewing:

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Glenn Beck Tweeted earlier this week, "Before Al-Jazeera bought Current TV, TheBlaze looked into buying it but we were rejected by progressive owners."

Amazingly, this is 100 percent true.

The Wall Street Journal reports that Beck's The Blaze approached Current about buying the struggling channel last year, but was turned down on ideological grounds.

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Beck was reportedly told that "the legacy of who the network goes to is important to us and we are sensitive to networks not aligned with our point of view."

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