Gabbie Hanna Was A Total Game Star On TRL


Gabbie Hanna brought her A-game to Times Square when she had a sync-off with a lucky contestant from the audience. During the show, TRL also had the honor of previewing a sneak peak of her new music video “Out Loud,” which will be coming soon!

After she played a round of Requestions with a bunch of her biggest fans, our social media correspondent invited a guest to literally rake up some cash from a huge pile of leaves. As you can see in the video below, it was a lot harder and messier than it sounds. (P.S. We want our dollar back!)

We can’t wait to see what Gabbie winds up doing when she’s back on the program next week. Tune into TRL on weekdays at 3:30pm ET!


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The Aces And Ehs Of Impact Wrestling 10/12/17: Total Nonstop Recap


The Aces And Ehs Of Impact Wrestling 10/12/17: Total Nonstop Recap

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Hello, and welcome to weekly Impact Wrestling — that’s what this is, it probably won’t change again — coverage on With Spandex. And also welcome to me, LaToya Ferguson, your recapper and friend.

Now for some good housekeeping: You can follow me on Twitter here, With Spandex here, and Uproxx here. And don’t forget to watch Impact Wrestling on Pop at 8 pm on Thursdays so you can read these pieces and share them with the online world. I mean, you can still read these pieces and share without watching Impact Wrestling on Pop, but then I feel like you might think I’m making all of the following up. And I am not.

Previously: Moose tried to take on American Top Team. It did not end well. It was pretty funny though.


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2019 Range Rover P400e plug-in hybrid will get 398 total hp, 472 lb-ft of torque



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Ready or not, the electric (or at least electrified) SUVs are coming: Last week, Jaguar Land Rover announced a plug-in Range Rover Sport; the automaker has just confirmed that the non-sport Range Rover will also get a plug-in variant, dubbed the P400e, for the 2019 model year. This is further evidence of JLR’s intention to roll out hybrid versions of all of their offerings by 2020, in addition to launching a range of pure electric vehicles.

News from Jaguar Land Rovers first ever Tech Fest

In theory, an electrified system could serve up immediate low-end grunt thanks to the electric motors while offering the fuel economy benefits of a downsized engine. This Range Rover will get a 2.0-liter four-cylinder Ingenium gas engine, which is only good for 296 hp on its own; add in the 85 kW electric motor, which is housed within the vehicle’s eight-speed transmission, and the SUV will put out a total of 398 hp and a respectable 472 lb-ft of torque. 0-60 times are a stated 6.4 seconds, but if you’re not driving like a maniac, the P400e will get up to 31 miles of all-electric range.

2019 Range Rover P400e technical rendering showing battery pack and electric motor locations

Under the skin of the Range Rover P400e. The battery in in the back, and the motor is tucked into the housing of the eight-speed automatic transmission.

The plug-in Range Rovers will join a fleet of hybrid SUVs like the Jeep Wrangler and the Mitsubishi Outlander — within the next few years, there should be an electrified truck for all budgets. If the JLR angle seems vaguely familiar, we’ll note that long, long ago, way back in 2006, Land Rover — then a Ford property — rolled out its hybrid e-Terrain Technology Concept at the Geneva motor show. Some ideas never die.

JLR says the plug-in Range Rover P400e should be available in the U.S. market by summer 2018; pricing for the variant has not yet been announced.

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Nikki and Brie Bella Are Talking All Things Total Bellas Season Two: You Get to Go in the Delivery Room With Me


It’s double trouble! 

Nikki Bella and Brie Bella are coming back for another season of Total Bellas, and as always, they are keeping it real. The twins have been through a lot since last season, including the birth of Brie’s first child Birdie Joe Danielson with husband Bryan Danielson and Nikki’s engagement to longtime boyfriendJohn Cena

For all you fans out there, cameras were rolling for every minute of their big life milestones so you’ll get to see it all! “You get to go in the delivery room with me and that never happens,” Brie shared. “You actually get to see that the movies lie about how women give birth. It’s so much harder and I’m excited for fans to go down the road with me in that.

Plus, this season will show all the behind-the-scenes build up to Nikki and John’s engagement.

“I think that I’m going to feel really silly when I watch myself leading up to it,” Nikki shared. “Knowing that he knew the whole time he was going to propose to me and I didn’t, because typical girl I’m like, ‘He’s never going to propose.’ So seeing that build up and actually sharing the WrestleMania stage with him that was the best.” 

Aw! There are so many cute moments to come this season! Watch the clip above for all the latest season two details! 

Watch the season two premiere of Total Bellas Wednesday, Sept. 6 at 9 p.m., only on E!


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Bella twins talk coping with reality stardom, ‘Total Bellas’ new season


Following the success of the “Total Divas” and the spinoff “Total Bellas,” Nikki, Brie and their partners are ready to get back to work and give fans a taste of their life in Season 2.

With a baby on the way, engagements pending and a whole lot of wrestling to be done, the ladies seem to be constantly on the go. Fox News caught up with Nikki and Brie Bella, as well as Brie’s partner Daniel Bryan, at an event in New York City where they unpacked what’s to come in Season 2 and how they’re reacting to the fame.

Fox News: What can we expect on Season 2 of “Total Bellas”?

Brie Bella: Season 2 is a lot happier, like more beautiful moments. You’re going to see Bryan and I give birth to Birdie. You’re going to see Nikki get engaged. Granted there is still a lot of drama because, with the Bella family, I swear.

Nikki Bella: When it rains, it pours.

Bellas: Always.

Nikki Bella: But also, you’re going to see more into the lives of JJ and Lauren. JJ is our brother, and [you’ll] see kind of what their marriage is going through, having a baby.

Nikki Bella: I feel like, this season, you feel the emotion so much that you scream. You can’t help but get chills or cry or laugh really hard. And so I just think this season — I loved last season — but this season is just awesome.

Fox News: Has it been hard to adapt to reality TV, revealing more of your private life?

Brie Bella: It’s so crazy, at first it really was, but then you have social media. So you feel like everyone is kind of pulling the curtain back a little bit right? Like, we’ll tell you this is my character on “RAW” or “SmackDown,” this is who I am on Instagram or Twitter, but for us, you know, when we first started doing “Total Divas” almost five years ago which is…

Bellas: Crazy.

Brie Bella: It was a really big deal, we’re all like, “Well, OK.” …We knew the WWE Universe would like it… but we didn’t know if the rest of the world was going to accept it. And I think it’s been amazing to see how many women, and young girls, are like, “I want to be a woman’s wrestler” because they watch “Total Divas” and “Total Bellas,” so it kind of makes you proud.

Daniel Bryan: It’s a balancing act, it’s constantly in flux, right? Like, sometimes I feel like we don’t get enough private time. But, then it’s toning it back down for me. One of the things that makes them special is their ability to really bare all in front of the camera. All the stuff that’s going on in their personal life, not everybody can do that. That’s why they’ve been so successful. I can’t do that, right? Which is one of the reasons, sometimes, I have to back off. It really shows that these aren’t just celebrities. These are real people, just like the people watching at home, that sort of thing. And their uncompromising in their ability to do that.  Somebody like me, I’m too private, I can’t. I don’t want you to see every aspect of my life. They’re not afraid to, which is why they’re so special.

Fox News: How do you balance your WWE family with your real family?

Nikki Bella: I think the biggest challenge for me is not getting enough alone time. I’ve realized that those times you do need alone time, even if it’s for 30 minutes, it just changes everything.

Brie Bella: It’s just all of us understanding that sometimes you’re going to have bad days; sometimes you’re going to have good days.

Daniel Bryan: It’s the constant background in our life. You can’t go to a family function without somebody talking about wrestling.

Brie Bella: You have “RAW” and “Smack Down” every week so it’s always something new to talk about

Nikki Bella: And the Pay-Per-Views. It’s like “Oh, where’s Johnny, oh he’s here, then Johns here, then Bryan and they are flying here…”

Brie Bella: It’s not like there’s an off season. You always have something to talk about.

Nikki Bella: Then JJ is always chiming in, “Oh, can I get to this show?” and it’s like, “Oh my gosh.”

Fox News: What are your fears about being new celebrity parents?

Daniel Bryan: My big fear is her being exposed to too much at a young age. I’ve seen a lot where kids get treated a certain way when they’re really young and then that alters their perspective of life for their entire life. I don’t want that for our child.

Brie Bella: It is weird, like, I didn’t have much fear before because I was like “I got it.” Now that she’s born, it’s like you just look at the world, and you’re like “Man, I’m going to have to fight, to protect my daughter from this world,” you know?

Fox News: Is John Cena “the boyfriend” different from John Cena “the fiancé”?

Nikki Bella: The only thing that’s changed is he’ll text me now saying I miss my bride. So now he’s using the terms bride and fiancée, which I love. So he’ll do that and any time somebody calls me Mrs. Cena he’ll look at me and go, “Do you like that?” I’m like, “Oh yeah, keep saying it.” But other than that, he’s still just the same sweet, humble and romantic man.

Fox News: Will your daughter ever be able to see you perform inside the squared circle?

Daniel Bryan: In theory she should be able to watch her mom wrestle. Whether she is able to watch me wrestle, we’ll see.


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Election donations: Tories given most of record £40.1m total


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Political parties were given a record £40.1m in donations ahead of June’s general election – and the Conservatives received more than all their rivals combined.

New figures from the Electoral Commission covering the 11 largest parties show £24.8m was given to the Tories from April to June, more than double Labour’s £9.4m.

The Lib Dems were given £4.3m.

The total was £9.4m more than the previous highest quarter on record.

The previous record quarter coincided with the 2015 general election.

The biggest donor over the three-month period covering the 2017 general election campaign was the Unite union – which gave £4.1m to Labour – followed by the construction vehicle manufacturer JCB, which donated £1.5m to the Tories.

Former Conservative Party deputy chairman Lord Ashcroft, who said last year that he would start donating to the Tories again having fallen out with former leader David Cameron, gave £500,000.

Electoral Commission director of political finance and regulation Bob Posner said: “The snap general election prompted political parties to raise record-breaking sums in the second quarter of 2017.

“The reporting and publication of this data is key to providing voters with transparency about how political parties financed their general election campaigns.”

Here are the figures for the 11 largest parties:

  • Conservatives – £24,840,627
  • Labour – £9,492,519
  • Liberal Democrats – £4,358,410
  • Scottish National Party – £596,000
  • Women’s Equality Party – £282,931
  • Green Party – £176,363
  • UKIP – £156,455
  • Co-operative Party – £150,980
  • British National Party – £100,000
  • The Socialist Party of Great Britain – £26,333
  • Plaid Cymru – The Party of Wales – £5,300


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‘A Total Eclipse Of The Facts’


Despite Donald Trump’s claims that CNN and other media bodies had cut off his latest rally midway, CNN carried it live in its entirety. And after it was over, the first face to appear on the screen was Don Lemon with the blistering commentary you see above. The CNN host said what many were thinking at home and already posting on Twitter, flat out calling the president a liar, a child, and an embarrassment to the United States.

The president’s latest campaign stop ruffled feathers before it even began, but Trump did himself no favors with his tone and shared a far different demeanor than he did with his speech on Afghanistan from only one night earlier. As Lemon says, the rally was a “total eclipse of the facts” with the president attempting to massage history by misleading on Charlottesville and his controversial policies:

“Someone who came out on stage and lied directly the American people and left things out that he said in an attempt to rewrite history, especially when it comes to Charlottesville.”

“He’s unhinged, it’s embarrassing and I don’t mean for us, the media because he went after us, but for the country. This is who we elected president of the United States, A man who is so petty that he has to go after people he deems to be his enemy, like an imaginary friend of a 6-year-old…

“A man backed into a corner it seems by circumstances beyond his control and his understanding. That’s the truth. If you watch that speech as an American, you had to be thinking what in the world is going on?”


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Two Minutes of Total Solar Eclipse in John Day, Oregon


At precisely 10:22 a.m. on August 21, darkness fell over the tiny town of John Day, Oregon. As onlookers gazed skyward, gawking at the historic total eclipse, Brian Guido bustled around and photographed them.

Two days before totality, Guido, a photographer from Los Angeles, drove with his fiancé 870 miles north, bypassing other Oregon cities like Prineville and Madras, reported to be swarming with crowds, and instead headed for John Day, population 1,600. The couple ended up at a former cow pasture that had been transformed into an eclipse campsite for the weekend. Around 600 or so people of all ages from Washington to Nevada pitched tents or brought RVs to the 40-acre site, moving a few cow pies out of the way when necessary.

As the big event drew near on Monday, everyone shuffled to the top of a nearby hill, the rolling Blue Mountains visible in the distance. Guido photographed the crowd in the hour leading up totality—a family with matching homemade t-shirts, a couple with welders’ helmets, a dog sporting eclipse glasses—shooting in black and white, an effect that makes the bright images feel both futuristic and a little bit nostalgic. “I kept seeing these vintage photos of eclipses beforehand,” he says. “I imagined by parents or grandparents experiencing totality. It feels timeless because the technology of looking at an eclipse hasn’t really changed much.”

When totality did finally arrive, Guido put the camera down to enjoy some of the two minutes of complete darkness. Standing in the middle of a pasture with a couple hundred strangers shouting at the sky, the moment “became celebratory,” he says. “There was no stress. Everyone was just there experiencing this thing together. It felt pretty special.”


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