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The Five Weirdest Pop Star Video Games Ever

Optimistic developers Glu Mobile – the people who brought you Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, no less - are describing it as a “one-of-a-kind digital gaming experience”, but we can pretty much already guess what the forthcoming Taylor Swift mobile game, due later this year, will involve. You’ll play Swifty, constantly flicking through a virtual address book trying to hunt down major celebrities to perform with you at that night’s gig, while fending off interruptions from your shouty Scottish boyfriend and Haim trying to drag you down the pub. Even as you approach the end of the tour, and thus the game, Kanye West repeatedly appears and doesn’t let you finish.

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Q&A: School Of Seven Bells' Alejandra Deheza On The Death Of Bandmate Benjamin Curtis And Their Final Album

Brooklyn beat dreamers School of Seven Bells came to a sad end in 2013 when multi-instrumentalist Benjamin Curtis lost his battle with Lymphoma. It was two years before Alejandra Deheza could revisit their final sessions, eventually enlisting M83 producer Justin Meldal Johnsen to finish upcoming album ‘SVIIB.’ Part eulogy, part life-affirming tour-de-force, she reveals the pained process behind its creation.

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This Amazing Video Mashes Up The Simpsons And Making A Murderer – Watch

Making A Murderer has become the biggest TV hit of 2016 so far, even though the Netflix show isn’t technically on TV. A documentary about Wisconsin man Steven Avery, who served 18 years in prison for sexual assault before being exonerated in 2003, only to be rearrested two years later in a separate murder case, it has offered loads of talking points. The show is a complete package – shoved online in one go – but this true crime story keeps rolling on, with new developments making headlines all the time.

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