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VIDEO: 10 Shocking Celebrity Selfies You Didn’t Know Existed

Ah, the selfie . . . the most indulgent part of social media just got its own TV show, aptly named Selfie, starring Karen Gillan and John Cho. There’s no better way to get involved than to discover some awesome under-the-radar snaps from celebs like Lady Gaga and Sofia Vergara, just to name a few.

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VIDEO: Walmart’s Blaming Tracy Morgan for Crash Injuries?

Comedian Tracy Morgan and the other individuals involved in the limousine car accident filed a lawsuit against Walmart after one of its trucks slammed into the bus. The retailer has responded to the lawsuit and is denying allegations of recklessness and negligence. The super store believes that Morgan and his entourage are to blame because they were not wearing their seatbelts. Walmart did say the plaintiff’s alleged damages may have been caused by third parties over who Walmart has no control. Mogran’s rep has not released any comments on the response from the retailer.

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VIDEO: Michael Phelps Arrested

Michael Phelps is in trouble again. The Olympic Gold Medalist was arrested for driving under the influence for the second time. According to TMZ, Phelps was pulled over in Maryland early Tuesday morning for going 84 mph in a 45 speed zone. He reportedly failed the field sobriety test and his BAC was almost twice the legal limit. Back in 2004, the swimmer plead guilty to his first DUI arrest in exchange for 18 months’ probation. This comes on the heels of being nominated for Male Athlete of the Year by USA Swimming on Friday.

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VIDEO: Michael Phelps Arrested

Michael Phelps is in trouble again. The Olympic Gold Medalist was arrested for driving under the influence for the second time. According to TMZ, Phelps was pulled over in Maryland early Tuesday morning for going 84 mph in a 45 speed zone. He reportedly failed the field sobriety test and his BAC was almost twice the legal limit. Back in 2004, the swimmer plead guilty to his first DUI arrest in exchange for 18 months’ probation. This comes on the heels of being nominated for Male Athlete of the Year by USA Swimming on Friday.

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