John Legend And Chrissy Tiegan Recreate ‘All Of Me’ Video With Baby Luna

If there’s one celebrity coupling that can totally get behind, it’s John Legend and Chrissy Tiegan.

They’re funny, talented and pretty cute together. Their Twitter game is also very strong, with this coming top:


The pair gave birth to their first child, an adorable little girl called Luna, in April of this year and have thrown themselves headfirst into the whole parenting thing.

But they’ve taken their little mini me to see where the video to one of Legend’s biggest hits, ‘All Of Me’, was filmed – and even had a go at recreating some of the iconic moments.

Refresh your memory of the lovey-dovey video here:

First they went to visit where they got married:

Then they went back to visit the ‘All Of Me’ house, three years later:

They recreated some of the key scenes:

Ah, they even did it in video form:

Went back to the “all of me” house with Luna – all on my snap!! Look for chrissyteigen

A video posted by chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) on Jul 21, 2016 at 8:26am PDT

So sweet!

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You Will Never Look At Orange Juice The Same Way Again

A video went viral, from the YouTube channel CrazyRussianHacker, showing the black, tarry, sugary and disgusting result of boiling Coke for an extended period of time. In this video, 100% orange juice is boiled to prove that you can repeat the same results with any sugary drink, whether it contains glucose, fructose, sucrose or lactose. Will you ever look at orange juice the same way again?

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Men Reveal The Six Things Women Should Never Wear On A First Date

Praise be! That hottie from the gym finally asked you out. Wait, does that even happen anymore? Debatable. A more likely scenario is one of your Tinder matches wants to take you out for dinner and drinks. Naturally, this means you’re going to spend the days leading up to your date searching through your closet for the perfect outfit.

I can’t definitively tell you what you should wear on a first date, but I can give you a list of things you should absolutely NOT wear when you’re going out with a new guy or gal. Here’s my list of hard limits when it comes to first date dressing, plus some input from my single guy friends on what they think you should wear.

1. High heels you can barely walk in

Your favorite pumps are undoubtedly sexy, but what happens when your date is going flawlessly and he wants to take a stroll down the boardwalk to prolong the night? Are you going to hobble along, wincing with every step? You never know where a first date is going to take you. Wear comfortable shoes so you can be up for anything.

Plus, you don’t want to make your date feel short — especially if this is the first time you’re meeting him — so high heels aren’t a good choice in that respect, either.

“Guys can be self conscious about a girl’s height, so don’t wear your highest heels. — Cory, 28

2. Messy, unflattering clothes

It’s important to be comfortable on a first date, but you don’t want to be too comfortable. This isn’t “Netflix and chill,” and if it is, that doesn’t count as a first date so you can go ahead and stop reading.

The same rules that apply to interviewing apply to dating: If you show up looking like a hot mess, it will seem like you don’t care about or respect your date. Pass over your wrinkly tees, stained jeans, sweatsuits and yoga pants.

“I think something simple works well, like a pretty dress or nice jeans with a top and some kind of necklace — put together, but nothing that takes away from the person. First dates shouldn’t be too complicated. It should be to get to know someone, period. — Yianni, 25

3. A too-short skirt or dress that’s going to ride up

There’s nothing wrong with showing a little leg on your first date, but don’t wear a skirt or dress that you’re going to have to keep pulling down all night. If you’re preoccupied with worries of your skirt riding up, you won’t be paying much attention to your company.

Wear something comfortable. If you’re worrying about what you’re wearing, your body language can be a bit cold and uncomfortable. If you feel comfortable in what you’re wearing, your body language is much more warm. — Cory

4. A brand-new outfit you bought just for the occasion

If you really have nothing to wear, I guess you can buy a new outfit, but in general, it’s better to opt for a tried-and-true getup. You never know how new clothes are going to perform until it’s too late; your brand-new outfit could be impossible to sit in, highlight your sweat stains, keep coming unbuttoned or just be plain uncomfortable. Plus, guys would rather you just be your usual everyday self.

“If it’s a casual first date, I’m not looking for the girl to, like, go crazy coming up with a killer outfit. Casual means casual. I’m just gonna wear some of my favorite jeans and one of my better tops, so I might feel a bit weird if the girl’s out-of-control put together. — Sam, 27

5. Twelve layers of makeup

Obviously you’re going to want to cover up your stress pimple and make your lips look kissable for your big date, but less is definitely more when it comes to makeup. Before you get all offended, know I’m not judging — I think you should wear as much makeup as makes you comfortable. But, the bottom line is it’s a turnoff for guys when they can’t see the real you under all the cosmetics.

Don’t wear too much makeup. I shouldn’t be able to look at you and be like, ‘Whoa, she’s wearing a lot of makeup.’ — Cory

6. Anything that’s not you

If I learned anything from asking my guy friends about first date attire, it’s some men are assh*les who don’t take anything seriously. Just kidding. (I’m not, I actually did learn that.)

What I learned is guys just want their dates to be comfortable and be themselves. You don’t have to look like a video vixen or a fashion blogger to impress a guy. If you’re comfortable in an oversize cardigan and skinny jeans, that’s exactly what you should wear.

“Wear something that’s comfortable for you. Don’t try and go overboard in order to impress me. You already have the date, so I like you for some reason, right? — Miles, 25

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25 Most Frustrating Unsolved Crimes Ever

There are not many things worse than a brutal crime…except maybe a brutal crime that has yet to be solved. Of course, while not all of the crimes on this list would be classified as brutal, they are all equally unsolved. From the violent murders of Jack the Ripper to the largest diamond heist in history, millions of dollars and man hours have gone into trying to solve them. Here are the 25 most frustrating unsolved crimes ever.

25. Whitechapel Killings

Possibly one of the most famous unsolved crimes ever, in 1888 there were eleven brutal murders committed in the Whitechapel District of London’s east end. All of the victims were prostitutes murdered by the same killer who became known as “Jack the Ripper” and who’s identity has never been uncovered.

24. John Middleton Clayton Murder

The notorious murder of John Middleton Clayton on January 29, 1889 in Pinkerton, Arkansas happened while he was contesting his defeat for a seat in congress. He was gunned down in front of his home and despite the $5,000 reward, an investigation by the Pinkerton detectives, and strong suspicions, no one was charged or implicated. After his death, the House of Representatives found that his opponent had in fact committed election fraud.

23. Andrew and Abby Borden

The murder of husband and wife Andrew and Abby Borden on August 4, 1892 attracted media attention not only due to their affluence in Fall River, Massachusetts, but also for the fact that the suspect who was tried and acquitted was a family member named Lizzie Borden. Andrew sustained 11 blows from an axe on his head while taking a nap on the couch, while Abby, who died an hour or so before him, had suffered 18 or 19 blows. Speculations about properties, strained relationships, and food poisoning abounded.

22. The Axeman of New Orleans

The feared “boogeyman,” who created a mass hysteria in New Orleans around the turn of the 20th century, first appeared on May 23, 1918 when a local grocer named Joseph Maggio and his wife were found butchered in their sleep with an axe which was found in the room still covered with the couple’s blood. The entryway was a chiseled panel in the rear door and the only clue to the murder, as no valuables were taken, was a message written in chalk near the couple’s home. The Axeman killed at least 8 more people until it stopped and the killer was never found.

21. The Atlas Vampire Case

In 1932 in Stockholm, Sweden, an unnamed 32-year-old prostitute was found dead approximately 48 hours after her murder. Though murders of prostitute weren’t that rare at the time, the woman who had been killed by a crushing blow to the skull had attracted significant media attention as it appeared in the autopsy note that the killer had apparently been drinking the woman’s blood. Due to the absence of forensic technology and the lack of witnesses, this spine-chilling mystery remained unsolved.

20. The Black Dahlia

This is a moniker given to a 22-year old aspiring starlet named Elizabeth Short, due to her dark hair and wardrobe, who was the victim of a gruesome and much-publicized murder. Her body was found mutilated, sliced with surgical precision and drained of blood on January 15, 1947 in Leimert Park, Los Angeles, California. The oldest unsolved case in LA was the subject of widespread speculations that led to a number of suspects but no convictions.

19. The Taman Shud Case

This unsolved case that received world wide attention involved an unidentified man that was found dead on the morning of December 1, 1948 on Somertonebeach in Adelaide, South Australia. Despite the best efforts of numerous agencies and governments around the world the man was never identified and the only clue was a piece of scrap paper in his pocket that had two words written on it from the final page of the Rubaiyat: “taman shud”, which translates to “ended”.

18. Marilyn Sheppard

The killing of Marilyn Sheppard in her family’s home on July 1954 in Cleveland led to the conviction of her husband, neurosurgeon Dr. Sam Sheppard. However, he maintained his innocence throughout and always claimed it was a “dark-hair intruder.” Dr.Sheppard was acquitted when the US Supreme Court overturned his convictions due to the excessive media hype that may have influenced his trial, and was still seeking his wife’s killer until his death in 1970. His son, who was 7 years-old at the time of the brutal killing and was just sleeping next door when it happened, continues his family’s quest up until this day.

17. Boy in the Box

This was a name given to an unidentified murdered boy, about 4 to 6 years old, whose naked body was found in a cardboard box on the edge of the Susquehanna Road in Northeast Philadelphia on February 25, 1957. He had numerous bruises on his entire body and in spite of being featured on a television series such as “America’s Most Wanted,” his identity remains unknown.

16. Jack the Stripper

copycat of “Jack the Ripper,” this serial killer was nicknamed “Jack the Stripper” for the killings of eight prostitutes between 1964 and 1965 whose bodies were dumped in the River Thames. Though a young man who committed suicide was implicated in the murder, there was no solid evidence to link him to the crimes and just like the crimes of Jack the Ripper, the Stripper’s reign of panic seem to cease on its own.

15. The Lead Masks Case

On August 17, 1966 two repairmen, Miguel Jose Viana and Manoel Pereira da Cruz, leftCampos dos Gostacazes, Brazilto buy some supplies for a car. Three days later they were found dead by a teenager in Vintem Hill. The odd thing about the case was the fact that both men were wearing identical impermeable suits and lead eye masks with no holes like the one worn to protect from radiation. Found on the scene were empty water bottles, two towels, and notebook containing the words: “16:30 be at agreed place, 18:30 swallow capsules after effect protect metals wait for mask signal.” The money for the car was not found and these items did not present any clues but led to more questions that up to now are unanswered.

14. The Zodiac Killings

These bizarre and notorious killings are one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of all time, second only to the top contender Jack the Ripper. The ‘Zodiac Killer,’ as the assailant came to be known, was involved in the killings around the San Francisco area from December 1968 to October 1969, though he may have slain others before and after this as well. He had killed seven people, four men and three women and taunted the police with coded, clue-laden messages that he sent out to San Francisco newspapers for over a decade. Although over 2,500 suspects were investigated by the police, it was never officially solved and still remains open until today.

13. D.B. Cooper

D.B. Cooper was just a media epithet given to an unidentified passenger who hijacked Northwest Orient Airlines Flight 305 from Portland, Oregon to Seattle, Washington on November 24, 1971 and demanded a ransom of $200,000 that he received at the Seattle airport. He demanded the pilot to fly back to Oregon and en route opened the rear door and parachuted into the dark with 21 lbs of $20 bills strapped to his body. Neither he nor the money was ever found, except for $5,580 that was found years later at the Columbia River. This is the only unsolved airplane hijacking in American aviation history.

12. Jimmy Hoffa

The gangster and labor union president was last seen in the parking lot of the Machus Red Fox Restaurant in Bloomfield Township, Michigan on July 30, 1975 waiting to meet someone at 2am. Finally declared dead seven years later in 1982, his body was never recovered and to this day,speculations abound as to what happened.

11. The Glico-Morinaga Case

The Glico-Morinaga case, also known by its official designation Metropolitan Designated Case 114, was a famous extortion case in 1980s Japan, primarily directed at the Japanese industrial confectioneries Ezaki Glico and Morinaga and currently remains unsolved. The entire case spanned 17 months from the initial kidnapping of the president of Glico to the last known communication from the prime suspect, a person or group known only as the “The Monster with 21 Faces”. The case captured the Japanese public’s imagination and many commentators refer to this incident as a turning point in Japanese society in which the image of a crime-free and safe Japan was dispelled.

10. Oscar Romero

Oscar Romero, a bishop in El Salvador, was shot on 24 March 1980 while celebrating Mass at a small chapel located in a hospital called “La Divina Providencia,” one day after a sermon in which he had called on Salvadoran soldiers, as Christians, to obey God’s higher order and to stop carrying out the government’s repression and violations of basic human rights. The killers were said to be government affiliated, but no one ever claimed responsibility.

9. Olof Palme

Swedish politician and a prime minister from 1982 to 1986, Olof Palme was known for his referendum to remove all nuclear reactors from Sweden. When elected as prime minister, he tried to restore socialist economic polices and had been very outspoken on his stance in European security. He was assassinated on February 28, 1986 while walking home with his wife after a visit to the cinema. Though a number of conspiracy theories had been proposed on the motive of the murder, the killer was not found.

8. Gardner Museum

The Gardner Museum, named after Isabella Stewart Gardner experienced the world’s biggest art heist ever on St. Patrick’s Day in 1990. Two men, who posed as policemen sent to purportedly investigate something stole 13 paintings worth an estimated $300 million. The artworks, which were hacked from their frames, were apparently uninsured and in spite of a $5 million reward, they were never found.

7. Tupac Shakur, Biggie Smalls

Tupac Shakur, listed as one of the most successful gangsta rappers ever, was killed in a drive-by shooting a few hours away after the Mike Tyson-Bruce Sheldon match in September 1996 that he attended with his record producer Suge Knight in Las Vegas. He died from injuries six days later and six months later, his rival Biggie Smalls, 24, was also gunned down in Los Angeles. Rumors have it that the two former friends became entangled in hip-hop’s East Coast vs. West Coast rivalry when Shakur switched teams. Investigations made by the Los Angeles Times suggested that it was Smalls who paid the Southside Crips to gun down Shakur. Meanwhile, a documentarian named Nick Broomfield, implicated Suge Knight, who allegedly got rid of Smalls to confuse authorities. Whatever the truth is, no one knows as both cases remains open.

6. JonBenet Ramsey

six-year-old beauty queen of a wealthy Boulder, Colorado executive was found bludgeoned and strangled to death in the basement of her family home around Christmas of 1996. Clashes between the family and the police and district attorney fed the media frenzy while public speculations centered on her parents John and Patsy Ramsey. They appeared in media channels for years defending their innocence and demanded justice for their daughter, until they were cleared from any involvement in 2008 through the newly-discovered DNA evidence. Who the real culprit was, however, remains a mystery.

5. Amber Hagerman

Amber Hagerman, 9, and her little brother Ricky, 5, were pedaling their bikes to an abandoned grocery store on the afternoon of January 13, 1996. Ricky went home alone, and an eyewitness, a 78-year old retiree, accounted that Amber was biking alone when a man in a dark pickup grabbed her and pulled her into the vehicle. He contacted the police, who did a massive search along with some volunteers in the area. She was found four days later on a creek bed, dead and sexually assaulted for the two days she had been kept alive. No suspects had been found but this led to the start of the now well known Amber Alert, an international child abduction alert bulletin.

4. Ciudad Juarez

On July 27, 2004, the body of Alma Brisa Molina Baca, a 34-year old factory worker, was found dead in an empty lot in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. She has been raped and strangled just like the 1,000 women or so, who “disappeared” since 1993, most of them dumped in the desert. This decade-long killing spree, which targets the poor workers at nearby ‘maquiladoras’ or factories, has sparked Amnesty International and other human rights advocates worldwide to urge the Mexican authorities to find the killers.

3. The Amsterdam Diamond Heist

This is not as disturbing as some of the other crimes, but what is crazy about this heist is the fact that it was pulled off in broad daylight before multiple witnesses. Two men disguised as KLM employees rode a stolen car from the cargo terminal of Amsterdam Schipol Airport and hijacked a truck carrying uncut diamonds estimated at US $118 million bound for Antwerp. The police hinted at an inside job though they have yet to solve the case.

2. Alexander Litvinenko

you like spy stories, this will definitely captivate you. A former officer of the Russian Federal Security Officer, FSB and KGB, Alexander Litvinenko had received political asylum in the United Kingdom. However, on November 1, 2006, he became the first person ever to be poisoned with polonium. He died a few days later and speculations on who could inflict such merciless murder became rampant though no one was charged. The mystery only fanned the fear and mass hysteria regarding the use of biological and chemical weapons.

1. The Salish Sea Foot Mystery

When several detached feet washed up on the shores of the Salish Sea in British Columbia, some officials didn’t think it too odd as they may have come from boating accidents or plane crashes. What was strange about these feet, however, was the fact that they kept washing up and every single one of them had running shoes on. Speculations range from suicides to tsunami victims but as of yet, there has been no official conclusion.

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