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In a Cheeky New Jimmy Kimmel Skit, the Princes Have Hands

Two actors — each playing the Artist Formerly Known As Prince — reenact the fight between Prince Harry and Prince William as depicted by the Duke of Sussex in his forthcoming memoir, “Spare”

LEEDS, UK - 6 JULY 2017. Prince Harry arriving in Leeds

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Prince Harry’s forthcoming memoir, Spare, was accidentally leaked a week early in Spain. The highly-anticipated, secret-spilling, 416-page tome promised to be a revealing portrait of the Duke of Sussex’s life. And according to the Spanish translations which have dominated the current global news cycle, it delivers.

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End Times Update 4/10/2021: Prince Philip, DMX, and Yahoo! Answers

Northern Ireland, Prince Philip, Jordan Peterson vs. Captain America, Steve Harvey, James Charles, Scott Rudin, and Yahoo! Answers.

Every week one of Popdust's disposable clones — grown in a vault deep beneath the Mojave desert — is exposed to the outside world through a relentless feed of news, pop culture, and social media.

The arduous process accelerates their dissolution back into an amorphous clone slurry. But before they go, they leave behind a document of what they've absorbed and what they've learned — a time capsule preserving a single moment in the slow-motion collapse of civilization. An End Times Update...

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Meghan Markle Should Absolutely Not Run for President

Would she be good at the job? Maybe. But the campaign would be a political nightmare...

This week author Tom Bower — who reportedly signed a six-figure book deal to write an unauthorized biography of Meghan Markle — spoke to British tabloid Closer about the Duchess' prospects in American politics.

While her husband Prince Harry would have to get his American citizenship to pursue political office — and could never be eligible for the presidency — as a natural-born American citizen, there would technically be nothing stopping Markle from running for any office, up to and including commander-in-chief. And Bower suspects that's exactly "where she sees herself going."

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Prince Harry

Former Prince Harry is living one version of the American dream: He's moved to California and inked a podcast deal.

He's also now stepped into perhaps the ultimate American dream role as "chief impact officer" of the mental health startup BetterUp. The company provides mobile-based mental health services to the masses.

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No One Knows Elite Victimhood Like Tucker Carlson

Tucker Carlson attacked Meghan Markle as an example of "elites' unseemly victimhood," but elite victimhood is his whole schtick.

Tucker Carlson, host of "Tucker Carlson Tonight," poses for photos in a Fox News Channel studio, in New York.

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Tucker Carlson is an every man.

Sure, he makes millions of dollars being on TV, but he still knows how tough it is out there for working Joes, and he just wants the politicians and Hollywood bigshots to get off their high horses and stop lecturing us normal folks about how racism, sexism, homophobia, and transphobia are "problems" for other people. He's tired of guys like him and all the white men in his audience getting pushed around and shamed by the rich jerks with all the power.

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Best Reactions to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Oprah Interview

If Meghan Markle and Oprah don't end the monarchy, Twitter might.

Oprah's interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex provided insight into the royal family, the family drama we've been missing as we await Succession season 3, and meme fodder that has kept Twitter alight for days.

The tell-all interview revealed some troubling secrets about the royal family but didn't even scratch the surface. In the days following, the internet has been aflame discussing the implications of the interview on the royal family — will this be the thing that finally k*lls Prince Phillip — and recreating Oprah moments on TikTok.

Because what else is the internet for than tweeting through the dissolution of the monarchy? The revolution will be TikToked.

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