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Top Ten Most Shocking Celebrity Moments of 2018

Top Ten Most Shocking Celebrity Moments of 2018


2018 was full of crazy celebrity stories. From Kylie Jenner’s birth announcement, to Nicki Minaj and Cardi B’s Feud to Logan Paul’s controversial vlogs, we’ll be looking at 2018’s biggest celebrity scandals, feuds and controversies. 

Have some list below: 

10. Bill Cosby’s Prison Sentence
9.  Kylie Jenner’s Birth Announcement
8.  Kim Cattrall and Sarah Jessica Parker’s Feud
7.  Nicki Minaj vs Cardi B
6.  Lindsay Lohan's Bizarre Attempt to Take a Child Away from his Mother
5.  Logan Paul’s Controversial Vlogs
4.  Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande's Relationship
3.  Demi Lovato's Overdose
2.  Roseanne is brought back and cancelled
1.  Kanye West on Slavery & Trump


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Cristiano Ronaldo Vs Valencia on 27-11-2018

Cristiano Ronaldo Vs Valencia on 27-11-2018


The 2018/19 Champions League Group H match between Juventus and Valencia will be played at the Allianz Stadium, Turin, on Tuesday 27 November 2018 at 21:00 CET.


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Nick Vujicic: STAND STRONG

Nick Vujicic: STAND STRONG


With no arms, no legs, and no defense, Nick Vujicic was once a bully’s target and knows what it feels like to be picked on and pushed around: It makes your stomach hurt, gives you nightmares, and feels like there is no hope in sight. But Nick shows how you too can overcome and rise above bullying.


No Bully Can Define Who You Are 

Nick has experienced bullying of all kinds for being “different.” But he’s learned that he doesn’t have to play the bully’s game–and neither do you. In Stand Strong Nick gives you strategies for developing a “bully defense system,” so you can handle bullies of all kinds by building your strength from the inside out.

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Cristiano Ronaldo Vs Inter Milan "07/12/2018"

Cristiano Ronaldo Vs Inter Milan "07/12/2018" 


As his footballing career started to quieten down, Cristiano Ronaldo was fast becoming one of the world's best and has gone on to have an illustrious career playing for the likes of Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus. 



The Portuguese international has won an incredible five Champions League crowns, one European Championship title and five Ballon d'Or's.

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The Best Sulfate-Free Shampoos That Won't Strip Your Hair

The Best Sulfate-Free Shampoos That Won't Strip Your Hair

The Best Sulfate-Free Shampoos That Won't Strip Your Hair
The Best Sulfate-Free Shampoos That Won't Strip Your Hair
You wouldn't wash your hair with dish or laundry detergent, but the truth about sulfates is that the key ingredient to lathering up your go-to shampoo is actually an aggressive foaming agent — aka detergent — which can be extremely harmful to your hair. Avoid scalp irritation, acne, dry strands, and color fade by making the switch to sulfate-free with these healthy hair options. Read on to determine the best sulfate-free shampoo for your particular hair needs.

Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Wild Ginger Moisturizing Lather Shampoo

Awapuhi Wild Ginger Moisturizing Lather Shampoo
Price: $22.00
L'Oreal Paris Hair Care Everpure Sulfate Free Moisture Conditioner, 2 Count

L'Oreal Paris Hair Care Everpure Sulfate Free Moisture Conditioner, 2 Count
Price: $12.33
 Kerastase Discipline Bain Fluidealiste Sulfate Free Shampoo 8.5 Oz
Kerastase Discipline Bain Fluidealiste Sulfate Free Shampoo 8.5 Oz
Price: $27.40
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Pep Guardiola: Man City boss says Blues chiefs have told him club will not be banned

Pep Guardiola: Man City boss says Blues chiefs have told him club will not be banned

Pep Guardiola has spoken to chairman Khaldoon al-Mubarak (left) and chief executive Ferran Soriano (right) about the issue
Pep Guardiola has spoken to chairman Khaldoon al-Mubarak (left) and chief executive Ferran Soriano (right) about the issue
 Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says he has been assured by senior figures at the club that they will not be banned from European competition for Financial Fair Play irregularities.

A series of allegations were made in Der Spiegel last month after what City said were "leaks" and an "organised attempt" to smear the club were passed on by the Football Leaks organisation.

Reports this week suggested the claims could lead to City being banned should Uefa decide to take action, and a senior figure in European football told the BBC the entire credibility of FFP is at risk if Europe's governing body and the Premier League do not fully investigate the allegations.

However, after speaking to City chairman Khaldoon al-Mubarak and chief executive Ferran Soriano, Guardiola does not think the club have anything to fear.

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Juve pull eight points clear as Napoli held by lowly Chievo

Juve pull eight points clear as Napoli held by lowly Chievo

Milan (AFP) - Juventus’ bid for an eighth consecutive Serie A title were boosted on Saturday after title-chasing Napoli’s ambitions took a knock with a goalless draw against bottom club Chievo.

Carlo Ancelotti’s second-placed side needed a win to maintain the six-point gap between them and leaders Juventus, but could not find a way past Chievo in the Stadio San Paulo just days before they host Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League.

Napoli are now eight points behind Juventus, who beat SPAL 2-0 on Saturday with goals from in-form Cristiano Ronaldo and Mario Mandzukic.

“There’s no point looking at the Serie A table now. We’ll look and evaluate at the halfway point,” said Ancelotti.

Inter Milan are a further point back in third following their comfortable 3-0 win over second-from-bottom Frosinone.

Joaquin Correa snatched a last-gasp 1-1 draw with AC Milan for Lazio as both teams lost ground on the top three. The club from the capital are fourth but five points behind Inter, whose local rivals Milan are a further point back in fifth.

Ancelotti’s side were frustrated by the side from Verona, who were playing their first game under new coach Domenico Di Carlo. He is their third manager this season after Lorenzo D’Anna was sacked in October and before him, former Italy boss Gian Piero Ventura, who quit after just four games.

“We were too bland in everything we did today – in construction, ball recovery and finishing, which allowed Chievo to play a defensive game,” Ancelotti said.

“But it was a good test ahead of Wednesday’s match against the Red Star. The tactical theme against Red Star will be the same.”

Chievo goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino pulled off some fine saves, but was largely helped by Napoli’s wastefulness in front of goal.

A curling shot from Lorenzo Insigne hit the post after 75 minutes and towering Senegalese defender Kalidou Koulibaly missed a chance to snatch a late winner when his overhead kick from a corner shot flew just wide.

“We’ve rediscovered the Chievo spirit,” said Di Carlo, whose side now have one point from 13 games after being deducted three for false accounting.

Correa came off the bench to slot home for Lazio four minutes into added time and cancel out Franck Kessie’s deflected 78th-minute opener.

Lazio had dominated the game in the Stadio Olimpico with Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma denying Ciro Immobile and Brazilian Wallace as the visitors struggled in the absence of suspended Argentine striker Gonzalo Higuain.

Lazio’s Sergej Milinkovic-Savic netted after 28 minutes but it was ruled offside.

Milan thought they had grabbed the three points when they broke through 12 minutes from time, Kessie beating Lazio goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha with a shot which took a deflection off Wallace.

But Lazio stole a point in the final attack with Correa volleying a low angled shot past Donnarumma.

Mid-table Sampdoria held city rivals Genoa 1-1 in the first derby since the bridge disaster which killed 43 in August.

Juve pull eight points clear as Napoli held by lowly Chievo

Fabio Quagliarella headed in for Sampdoria after eight minutes before Poland’s Krzysztof Piatek equalised from the spot on 17 minutes, to overtake Ronaldo at the top of the Serie A scorers’ list with ten goals.

Earlier Parma, back in Serie A this season for the first time since 2015 after three straight promotions, beat Sassuolo 2-1 to overtake their local rivals in the table and move into the Europa League places in sixth with 20 points.

Gervinho opened the scoring at the Stadio Tardini, with Bruno Alves adding a second after 25 minutes.

Khouma Babacar pulled one back for Sassuolo from the spot after 36 minutes.

Empoli came from two goals down to end Atalanta’s four-match winning streak with a last-gasp 3-2 win which moves them out of the relegation zone at the expense of Bologna, who held Fiorentina 0-0.

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Tide defense powers team to victory, shuts out LSU at Tiger Stadium

LSU asked for all the smoke, and boy did it get it.


Alabama rendered the Tigers’ pedestrian offense scoreless, while allowing it to total 196 yards on 60 plays from scrimmage. Quarterback Joe Burrow was in fear for his life all game long, especially with Quinnen Williams, Isaiah Buggs, Christian Miller and Anfernee Jennings in his face.

He was sacked five times, with two of them coming via Williams.

With quite a few National Football League scouts in attendance at Tiger Stadium, the Birmingham native is looking like a concrete first-round pick for next year’s draft.

Williams, a redshirt sophomore, is now at four sacks and 12 tackles for loss (team-high) through nine regular season games. He led the Crimson Tide’s charge in tackles with 10, while Dylan Moses finished with six stops – including a shared tackle for loss. The duo of cornerbacks Saivion Smith and Shyheim Carter came up huge for Alabama, as both had five tackles each.

In his return to Death Valley, Smith recorded two pass breakups.

Despite him not recording a sack of Burrow, junior defensive end Raekown Davis constantly brought pressure and was one of three players to have at least four tackles. Junior inside linebacker Mack Wilson, who suffered an injury last year against the Tigers, posted four tackles and sealed the game with an interception.

While its offense generated 576 yards, the Tide’s defense proved it is still college football’s gold standard.

Alabama will return home next week for the first time in a month to face Mississippi State, following its 29-0 win over the Tigers.

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