1. Blackberry phones might be on their way back.

TCL, the manufacturer behind Blackberry phones announced that the physical QWERTY keyboard is coming back on the new blackberry.

Called the Blackberry Mercury, the phone is great for anyone who hates typing on their touch screen keyboard. It will however, feature a touch screen above the keyboard instead of Blackberry’s usual rolling ball to navigate within the phone.

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2. Hilary Duff is not very good at dating.

Hilary Duff said to Cosmo magazine in their upcoming February issues: “I’ve never been a good dater. I meet, like, one person a year that I’m maybe attracted to … I never want to be that girl who’s desperate to find a mate,”

She spoke of her ex-husband who she co-parents 4 year-old Luca with, saying “Mike’s amazing…We’re so ingrained in each other’s lives. I wouldn’t choose anyone else to co-parent with.”

She also went on to say that she looks forward to the next chapter of her life, turning 30 in September: “Everyone I’ve talked to says you come into your own in your 30s….You feel more secure. I’m looking forward to that.”

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3. Bethenny Frankel’s lawyers are considering taking legal action against a French brand for using a similar logo to her Skinnygirl cocktails.

Frenkel was alerted to the similar logo on the front of a French book when one of her Twitter followers tweeted it at her.

While Frankel made jokes on Twitter of the situation at first, a source close to RHONY says “her copyright lawyers are considering a cease and desist.”
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4. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are supposedly going through a difficult time in their marriage right now.
Kim and Kanye have apparently been a bit awkward in the marriage recently, but are committed to making it work.

A source close to them said that since Kanye’s hospitalization, the two have been a bit disconnected.

The source went on to say the two have no plans of breaking up and are totally committed to making it work.

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5. New data shows that almost 70 percent of Americans oppose overturning Roe v. Wade.

The Pew Research Center released new information that says 69 percent of Americans oppose turning Abortion rights back over entirely to the states.

The percentage of Americans who support Roe v. Wade has been growing since it was first decided in 1973.

Donald Trump had said during the election, and a recent 60 Minutes Interview, that he plans to appoint pro-life judges who would likely overturn Roe v. Wade. However, unless Donald Trump is able to appoint a few judges during his time as president, it’s unlikely the current court will overturn Roe v. Wade.

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6. LuAnn de Lesseps banned Bravo filming her wedding, before selling the rights to People.

Bravo Execs are reportedly very unhappy with LuAnn banning them from filming at her wedding, and then selling video rights to People for about $20,000.

LuAnn has said that she will provide Bravo video from their private videographer once her contract with People has expired.

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7. Angelina Jolie says Brad Pitt is “terrified that the public will learn the truth.”

Angelina Jolie has agreed to maintain the privacy of the case, while accusing Pitt of trying to hide the truth from the public. She also denied releasing private information to the press.

New court documents say about Pitt: “There is little doubt that [Pitt] would prefer to keep the entire case private, particularly given the detailed investigations by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Dept. of Children and Family Services into allegation of abuse.”

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