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Josh Duhamel Suits Up for 'Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G.' Premiere!

Josh Duhamel is all smiles as he hits the carpet at the premiere of USA Network’s Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. held at Avalon on Thursday (February 22) in Hollywood.

The 45-year-old actor was joined at the event by his co-stars Marcc Rose, Bokeem Woodbine, Wavyy Jonez, Jimmi Simpson, Liana Mendoza, David Bianchi, writer Kyle Long and director Anthony Hemingway.

Also in attendance to show their support were Regina King, Aldis Hodge, Sam Trammell, Christopher Meloni, Queer Eye‘s Karamo Brown, Busta Rhymes, Mopreme Shakur and Jimmi‘s girlfriend Sophia Del Pizzo.

“What I wanted to do and what I think they did a great job of was figuring out how and sort of unpacking what these families went through, losing these two,” Josh expressed about the series (via E!). “Yeah, they were great artists, but they were also sons…and they had a lot of people around them who truly loved them, and how that affected them. And not only that, but how it affected the people who were investigating it.”


‘Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac & The Notorious B.I.G.’ Official Trailer

Josh Duhamel Suits Up for 'Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G.' Premiere!
Source: Just Jared

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Well, that was a choice.

German figure skater Nicole Schott caught the attention of social media during her head-turning free skate at the 2018 Winter Olympics Friday morning in South Korea — and no, not the good kind of attention.

The 21-year-old gracefully skated to the score from Schindler’s ListSteven Spielberg‘s Oscar-winning 1993 film following German-occupied Poland during WWII — and the creative choice caused Twitter to light up with fury.

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Reactions to the performance varied from feeling disrespected, to uber awkward, to pure profanity-laden confusion (courtesy of the people’s commentator, Leslie Jones.)

While some responders tried to calm down the internet, reminding them that it’s somewhat common in the sport to use the evocative Schindler’s List score, most were ready to call in Tonya Harding to teach Schott a history lesson.

Do YOU think this is in bad taste? See the reactions (below) and share your thoughts in the comments!

Some users pointed out that Schott’s performance was likely out of respect:

But we think this tweet captures the internet’s consensus:

At least Fergie‘s sultry National Anthem performance is no longer the creative misfire of the week.

[Image via YouTube.]

Twitter Has FEELINGS About This German Figure Skater Performing To The Schindler's List Score
Source: Perez Hilton

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