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Justin Bieber is working to better himself in 2019. The 24-year-old singer is receiving treatment for depression and anxiety, according to reports, but is not in rehab.

“Justin seems down and tired. He has been struggling a bit,” a source told People, clarifying that his anxieties have “nothing” to do with his marriage to Hailey Bieber (formerly Hailey Baldwin).

“He is very happy being married to her. It’s just something else that he struggles with mentally,” continued the insider. “He has good help around him and is receiving some treatment. He seems confident he will feel better soon.”

A second source confirms to the magazine Bieber is receiving counseling for his issues.

Us Weekly reports Bieber is “going to several doctors” but its source clarifies that: “He’s not in rehab…. He sees a therapist, but he’s not in a special center or anything.

“He doesn’t want to be dependent on medication. He struggles with ups and downs, anxiety, depression and uncertainty about the future.”

Yahoo reached out to a representative for Bieber, but did not immediately receive a response.

The “Sorry” singer has been open about battling depression and anxiety, most recently in Vogue. Bieber shares the March cover with his wife, Hailey.

“I got really depressed on tour,” he recalled of canceling the final 14 shows of his Purpose World Tour. “I haven’t talked about this, and I’m still processing so much stuff that I haven’t talked about. I was lonely. I needed some time.”

The Biebers also discussed their different temperaments. “I’m the emotionally unstable one,” Justin explained. “I struggle with finding peace. I just feel like I care so much and I want things to be so good and I want people to like me. Hailey’s very logical and structured, which I need. I’ve always wanted security — with my dad being gone sometimes when I was a kid, with being on the road. With the lifestyle I live, everything is so uncertain. I need one thing that’s certain. And that … is my baby boo.”

Neither Hailey nor Justin has commented on the counseling reports.

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As the battle for supremacy between Cardi B and Nicki Minaj intensifies after the #2019GrammyAwards, we at Zealnut have decided to look back and give you a brief history of how it all started between these two rap queens.

March 2017

The first hints of tension between the pair began in the spring of 2017, when Minaj appeared to “like” a fan’s Instagram comment dismissing one of Cardi B’s rap verses as “Dumb ass bars.” However, many users were quick to observe that this “like” could have been the result of Photoshop fakery or an account hack.

Whatever the case, Minaj seemingly “liked” a tweet saying that the social media diss was faked.

May 2017

On “Swish Swish,” Katy Perry‘s diss track reportedly aimed at longtime nemesis Taylor Swift, fans picked up on some shade coming from Minaj’s direction. “Silly rap beefs just get me more checks / My life is a movie, I’m never off set / Me and my amigos (no, not Offset),” she rapped on her guest verse. Some speculated that Cardi was not happy with the line — particularly the bit that shouted out her man.

Soon after the song’s release, Cardi unleashed a series of impassioned tirades on Instagram Live. Though she didn’t mention names, many believed they were directed at Minaj.

“I hate this s—, I really, really do. A bitch like me, I was happier when I was macking in the hood. This s— right here is so fake,” she said during one livestream, according to Billboard. “When I used to be a regular bitch from the Bronx — a hood bitch — when somebody used to be fake to me it was cool because I could approach a bitch and punch her right in her closure… Now that I’m in the industry, you don’t work like that, just have to watch s— go, watch s— go. You gotta see people play you and just say nothing like a dick. That s— is so wack my n—alike that s— be breaking my heart because the people, your idols, become rivals.”

June 2017 

For any fans foolish enough to pit her against Minaj, Cardi B posted a handy reminder on Twitter that summer.

August 2017

The feud appeared to heat up when Cardi performed her ubiquitous summer hit “Bodak Yellow” during a festival at MoMA’s PS1 in Queens. “You know this bitch she never f—ing liked me,” she said from the stage, “and all of a sudden she want to be friends with me — no, bitch … I still don’t like you bitch.”

Later that month, Minaj was featured on the track “No Flags’ with 21 Savage and Offset. Her verse raised the eyebrows of some fans who believe that it referenced — who else? — Cardi. “I heard these labels are trying to make another me / Everything you’re getting little hoe is because of me.”

Dropping shortly after Cardi B had signed her mega-deal with Atlantic Records, the line was certainly suspicious. However, Minaj diffused the rumors herself on Twitter, sharing that she’d written the verse long before she ever knew the ex-Love and Hip Hop star.

Cardi weighed in as well just a few hours later, offering a comment that can either be viewed as a brush-off of fans playing the pair against one another — or a slam against Minaj.

During an interview at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards in late August, Cardi did her best to bury the rumors of a feud. “I mean, I don’t really want problems with anybody,” she told Billboard. “I don’t want to be, like, queen. I don’t wanna be no this. I don’t wanna be no that. I just wanna make music and make money. I really don’t have time to look at other women, what they doing. I’m myself, you know what I’m saying? Nobody got a problem with me. I don’t got a problem with them. If somebody got a problem I don’t really got to do that whole industry beef. Like, you know, I get it popping with these hands.”

September 2017

Cardi took a verse on the G-Eazy song “No Limit,” which many felt was a dig at Minaj, who’d been the reigning rap queen for the better part of a decade. “My career takin’ off / These hoes jogging in place / Swear these hoes run they mouth / How these hoes out of shape? / Can you stop with all the subs? / Bitch I ain’t Jared.”

During Cardi’s appearance on The Breakfast Club radio show soon after the song’s release, host Charlamagne tha God asked her directly whether she had beef with Minaj. Cardi denied it, saying, “She ain’t never f—ed my man.”

The pair appeared to make nice after “Bodak Yellow” topped the chart, making Cardi the first solo female rapper to do so since Lauryn Hill nearly 20 years earlier. Minaj, who many felt was on track to nab the honor herself, sent Cardi a congratulatory tweet.

October 2017

If you assumed that having Cardi and Minaj on the same song would squash their rumored feud, then you are sorely mistaken. The track “MotorSport” began as a joint collaboration between the Queen Barbie and Quavo, but then the Offset rapper invited his bandmates and Cardi B into the mix. Minaj took to Twitter and, in a series of since-deleted tweets, insisted that the addition did not go against her wishes, and urged conspiracy theories to “relax” and “breathe.”

Things got messier when it became known that Minaj’s verse was altered prior to release. Cardi admitted as much during an interview Capital Xtra, saying, “When I heard the track, her verse wasn’t finished. It was not the verse that is on right now.”

The line “If Quavo the QB, I’m Nick Lombardi” — a reference to famed football coach Vince Lombardi — was originally “If Cardi the QB, I’m Nick Lombardi.” Minaj later claimed that Cardi’s name was changed at the insistence of her label, Atlantic.

When the big-budget music video dropped weeks later, fans noticed that Minaj and Cardi failed to appear in the same scenes. “We tried to create that moment…you dig?” Quavo insisted during an interview with host Ebro Darden on his Beats 1 radio show.

In a further interview with Ebro the following April, Minaj claimed that a scheduling conflict with her hairdresser prohibited her from attending the video shoot on the same day as Cardi. “You know, if I don’t show up they’re gonna act like I’m doing it to be mean, because of the current Nicki hate train,” she says she told her hair stylist at the time.

December 2017

The Christmas season seemingly didn’t foster goodwill between the two rap queens. As the Barbz ganged up on Cardi, accusing her of jacking their idol’s style with the music video for “No Limit,” Minaj herself couldn’t resist chiming in.

April 2018

The feud remained relatively quiet throughout the winter of 2018, but then returned with vengeance following back-to-back interviews on Beats 1. Cardi went first, telling Ebro Darden that there was no bad blood between Minaj and herself.

“I just feel like it’s really internet-made-up,” she said. “I really feel like fans and people, they really want to see that happened, because it’s really entertaining to see people beef. It’s entertaining. Like, I ain’t gonna front, when Nicki and Remy [Ma] , everyone was tuning and asking, ‘What’s next? What’s next?’…But I don’t really have the time for that. If you not f—ing my man, or if you’re not taking my money from me, if you’re not stopping my money, then I don’t really give a f— about you.”

Minaj followed up several weeks later with a tearful interview with Zayn Lowe, saying that she felt “ambushed” by Cardi B’s comments in the press following the “MotorSport” verse-changing controversy.

“The only thing with Cardi that really, really, really hurt my feelings was the first interview she did after ‘MotorSport’ came out,” she said. “The first interview she did after ‘MotorSport’ came out, it just really hurt me. She looked so aggravated and angry and the only thing she said was, ‘Oh, I didn’t hear that. I didn’t hear that verse.’ I was like, what?”

She continued, saying that many, including those she considers her close friends, declined to come to her defense when she was being portrayed as a villain in the press and on social media. “That really, really hurt me. I really, fully supported [Cardi] and up until this recent interview I did, I had never seen her show me genuine love in an interview and I can imagine how many girls wish they could’ve been on a song with Nicki Minaj.”

May 2018

Minaj and Cardi exchanged cordial words on the red carpet of the 2018 Met Gala, indicating to many that the frosty relations may have thawed.

Nicki Minaj and Cardi B at the 2018 Met Gala.
Nicki Minaj and Cardi B at the 2018 Met Gala.
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Cardi touched on this apparent détente during her appearance on Howard Stern’s Sirius XM show.

“I never was feuding with anybody; there was a misunderstanding,” she said. “I think she felt a certain type of way about something. I definitely felt a certain type of way about something. I didn’t wanna ever talk about it in public because I felt like we gonna see each other again and we will talk about it, and it’s always, like, little issues. The thing is, it’s always little issues, but you know, fans are always gonna make it a big thing. I spoke to her about it. I spoke to her at the Met Gala about it, and it’s just like, see? It’s just something that had to be talked about because it was an issue.”

August 2018

The tables turned in August, as Minaj invited Ebro onto her new show, Queen Radio. The Beats 1 host brought up the Cardi feud (and Remy Ma, but that’s another story), much to the “Chun-Li” rapper’s chagrin. “Can we please move on?” she groaned, before ultimately offering a response. “I didn’t know Cardi and I had an issue. To me, she may have taken an issue with things that I’ve said, but I’m not going to bite my tongue…You gotta have thick skin. People talk s— about me all the time. I don’t go around and tell people to stop posting me because I see one bad thing about myself.”

She continued, “You can’t be expected to be liked and loved and praised all the f—ing time. Give me a break. You coming into the wrong game if you want people to kiss your ass and suck your dick all day, my n—. Like, come on.”

The tough love apparently didn’t go down well with Cardi, who commented on Twitter about being blocked by an unnamed person.

Crafty fans discovered that it did indeed appear that Cardi had been blocked by her rival.

September 2018

The cold war finally boiled over into an all-out physical assault at Harper’s Bazaar’s ICONS party on Sept. 7.

An insider told PEOPLE that Cardi arrived at the New York Fashion Week event first. After Minaj showed up, there was an “altercation” on the second-floor balcony during a Christina Aguilera performance.

“The scene was f—ing crazy,” the insider tells PEOPLE. “It was entourage against entourage.”

“They had their altercation on the second-floor balcony, right above the red carpet. All of the sudden there was a big commotion and everyone didn’t know what was going on.”

Another source told Zealnut that “there was tension” between the performers beforehand and that “everyone was waiting for them to meet.”

The source explained, “It all happened 20 seconds after Kelly Rowland left Nicki Minaj — she was in between them.”

While the insider said it initially looked like Cardi and Minaj “might hug it out” inside the party, suddenly “it all went down.”

“Cardi walked towards Nicki and all of a sudden Cardi started screaming something about her child. She was yelling, ‘Bitch you feisty. Bitch don’t talk s— about my child’ at Nicki,” the source recalled about Cardi, who is mom to 8-week-old daughter Kulture Kiari with husband Offset.

The source said that Minaj had eight or nine bodyguards, while Cardi had two people. “There was no chance Cardi could get through, but that didn’t stop her. She kept trying,” the source said. “She threw her shoe because she couldn’t get through, but it only hit one of the bodyguards. It did not hit Nicki Minaj.” (Reps for the rappers did not immediately respond to Media’s requests for comment.)

Cardi B exits the Harpers Bazaar ICONS party on Sept. 7, 2018.
Cardi B exits the Harpers Bazaar ICONS party on Sept. 7, 2018.
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Immediately following the incident, Cardi was escorted out by security while Minaj stayed inside. Cardi was seen leaving the party with a large lump on her forehead but no shoes.

“She left barefoot with her dress ripped and butt out,” source said. Cardi was wearing a red Dolce & Gabbana gown.

A defiant Minaj, meanwhile, blew kisses to fans (and possibly her haters) as she exited the venue.

Nicki Minaj exits Harpers Bazaars' ICONS party on Sept. 7, 2018.
Nicki Minaj exits Harpers Bazaars' ICONS party on Sept. 7, 2018.
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Cardi later wrote a long scathing Instagram post which she entitled “PERIOD.” It did not mention Minaj by name, but suggested she had tried to sabotage Cardi’s career and also spoken badly about Kulture Kiari.

Cardi B's Instagram post
Cardi B's Instagram post
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“I’ve let a lot of s— slide! I let you sneak diss me, I let you lie on me, I let you attempt to stop my bags, f— up the way I eat! You’ve threaten other artists in the industry, told them if they work with me you’ll stop f—ing with them!! I let you talk big s— about me!!” she wrote.

Minaj declined to press charges but seemingly addressed the fight in a video shared to Instagram, in which she mugs for the camera as her Queen song “Hard White” plays. The track contains lyrics, not captured in the video, that may be about Cardi.

“I ain’t never played a hoe position,” Minaj raps. “I ain’t ever have to strip to get the pole position. Hoes is dissin’? Okay, these hoes is wishin’. You’re in no position to come for O’s position.”

The O references Minaj’s real name Onika, and Cardi has been open about her past as a stripper. In May 2018, Cardi told Cosmopolitan, “People say, ‘Why do you always got to say that you used to be a stripper? We get it.’ Because y’all don’t respect me because of it, and y’all going to respect these strippers from now on.”

On Monday, Minaj addressed the altercation on her Queen Radio show on Apple Music’s Beats 1, according to Pitchfork. “The other night I was part of something so mortifying and so humiliating to go through in front of a bunch upper echelon people who have their life together,” she said. “I was in a Gaultier gown — off the motherf—ing runway — and I could not believe how humiliated we all felt,” she continued.

Cardi B; Nicki Minaj
Cardi B; Nicki Minaj
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Minaj also went on to deny that she had ever spoken ill of Cardi’s infant daughter. “I just want people to know that Onika Tanya Maraj has never, will never… speak ill on anyone’s child. I am not a clown. That’s clown s—,” Minaj continued, using her full name.

She also went on to clarify why she waited a few days to speak about the incident. Addressing Cardi, Minaj remarked that since “you knew that when that footage came out, you was about to look f—ing dumb,” Cardi and her publicist “hurried up and put out a statement” right away. “I’m such an ill-ass bitch I didn’t even feel the need to defend myself that night,” Minaj added.

 
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Nicki Minaj has dropped out of two scheduled BET events after the network appeared to insult her on social media on Sunday night during the 2019 Grammy Awards.

BET referenced the "Good Form" rapper while congratulating her nemesis Cardi B for her win for best rap album — the first time in history it’s ever been done by a solo female — in a post that read, “Meanwhile, Nicki Minaj is being dragged by her lacefront.”

Minaj, 36, took offense to the post, prompting her to announce on Monday that she had decided to scrap her appearance at BET Experience and BET Awards later this summer, which Cardi, 26, will also be participating in.

“Young Money will no longer be apart of the BET Experience or award show,” she Tweeted with hearts and a praying hand emoji. “Summer Tour dates dropping soon.”

Minaj also posted photos of the since-deleted post, in addition to reactions from her enraged fans. She followed up her announcement by thanking her fans for their undying love and support.

“I can’t thank you guys enough for all the love & support you continue to show me,” she wrote with heart and unicorn emojis. “To everyone who said something sweet, thank you. Whether I read it or not, I felt it. From the bottom of my heart. I love you so much. So so so soooo much. Stay tuned.”

The network has since apologized for the offending post.

“BET loves Nicki Minaj. We have supported her from the very beginning of her career and will continue to do so moving forward,” representatives for the network told PEOPLE in a statement. “Nicki has paved the way for so many performers and has solidified her place as one of the most powerful figures in the music industry. Unfortunately the respect we have for Nicki was violated by this post that should never have been written.

The post does not reflect how we feel about Nicki. And further does not reflect our company values. We deeply apologize for the hurt, disappointment and confusion that this post has caused.

We are committed to doing everything we can to address the situation. We are also conducting an internal audit to assure these types of posts are not published again. We have apologized to Nicki and her team. The post has been removed and we have taken additional appropriate action. We understand Nicki’s position and look forward to continuing our dialogue with her. Finally, we apologize to all of her fans. This should have never happened.”

The first hints of tension between Minaj and Cardi B began in the spring of 2017, when Minaj appeared to “like” a fan’s Instagram comment dismissing one of Cardi B’s rap verses as “Dumb ass bars.” However, many users were quick to observe that this “like” could have been the result of Photoshop fakery or an account hack. After nearly a year of their simmering feud, the pair were involved in an explosive physical assault at Harper’s Bazaar’s ICONS party last September.

 
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Cardi B is, at least for now, quitting Instagram — but not before she gets in the last word.

Following criticism that she was undeserving of her best rap album Grammy win and some social media drama where she was pinned against her nemesis Nicki Minaj by the BET Network, the “Bodak Yellow” rapper got heated in an expletive-filled rant on her Instagram.

The video, which was captured by a fan account, has since been deleted and was followed by Cardi, 26, deactivating her Instagram entirely.

“It’s not my style for people to put other people down to uplift somebody else,” she began in the clip, referencing the dig BET made at Nicki, which said she was “being dragged by her lacefront” after Cardi’s Grammy win.

Cardi B
 
Cardi B

“That’s not my style and that’s not what I’m with,” Cardi said, adding, “I don’t support that.”

“However, I’ve been taking a lot of s— today. I’m seeing a lot of bulls— today and I saw a lot of s— last night, and I’m sick of this s—. I work hard for my motherf—ing album,” she angrily stated.

WARNING: EXPLICIT LANGUAGE USED IN VIDEO BELOW

The “I Like It” rapper continued her rant by reflecting on the reactions from last year’s Grammys results. Cardi earned two nominations in best rap performance and best rap song for her track “Bodak Yellow” but did not win for either one.

“I remember last year when I didn’t win for ‘Bodak Yellow’ and everybody was like, ‘Cardi got snubbed,'” she recalled. “Now this year’s a f— problem?! My album went two-time platinum, my n—, and every chart that there was, my album was always Top 10. Number one album, as well.”

Defending this year’s win, Cardi noted how she “worked her ass off” and spent endless hours in the studio, despite being pregnant with her daughter Kulture Kiari, now 7 months.

“I locked myself in the studio for three months, my n—. Didn’t go to sleep in my bed sometimes for four days straight — pregnant!” she explained. “While everybody was harassing me like, ‘You’re not gonna do it, we know you pregnant, your career’s over…'”

After the passionate video was posted — and subsequently deleted — Cardi then shared another cleaner reflection on her Instagram about all the work that went into making Invasion of Privacy, which was captured by PEOPLE before she deleted her account on Monday.

“Slept in the studio on leather sofas for 3 months straight, migraines, in Atlanta in Miami away from my family. I have 4 songs that couldn’t make the album cause my nose was so stuffy bro I was huffy puffy,” Cardi captioned a congratulatory post from Chance the Rapper.

“This is overly deserved, the album was front-to-back hits. It would be inconceivable not to honor u last night,” Chance, 25, who was featured on the project, wrote.

“I had @offsetyrn and @brooklyn.johnny reaching out to the world for a verse on top of that I was depress [sic] cause everybody was suspecting I was pregnant and I constantly kept reading Cardi you ‘STUPID,’ ‘YOU RUINED YOUR CAREER,’ ‘WHY WOULD YOU HAVE A BABY AT THE BEGINNING OF YOUR CAREER,'” Cardi continued tagging her husband Offset.

Cardi B and Offset
 
Cardi B and Offset

“My album went #1 and spend [sic] 21 weeks straight on billboard top ten! Every song is gold or platinum or higher. I listen to my album and I cry because I know the hell I went thruu doing the album is always a bittersweet memory.”

“THANK YOU EVERYONE THAT SUPPORTED ME AND LISTEN. I’m thankful and grateful and again thank you to all the artist that gave me a feature,” Cardi added.

While Cardi was busy defending her success — and not at the cost of others — Nicki was dropping out of two scheduled BET events after the network appeared to insult her on social media on Sunday night during the 2019 Grammy Awards.

Cardi B (left) and Nicki Minaj
 
Cardi B (left) and Nicki Minaj

BET referenced Nicki while congratulating Cardi for her win for best rap album — the first time in history it’s ever been done by a solo female — in a post that read, “Meanwhile, Nicki Minaj is being dragged by her lacefront.”

Minaj, 36, took offense to the post, prompting her to announce on Monday that she had decided to scrap her appearance at BET Experience and BET Awards later this summer, which Cardi will also be participating in.

“Young Money will no longer be apart of the BET Experience or award show,” she tweeted with hearts and a praying hand emoji. “Summer Tour dates dropping soon.”

The network has since apologized for the offending post.

“BET loves Nicki Minaj. We have supported her from the very beginning of her career and will continue to do so moving forward,” representatives for the network told PEOPLE in a statement. “Nicki has paved the way for so many performers and has solidified her place as one of the most powerful figures in the music industry. Unfortunately, the respect we have for Nicki was violated by this post that should never have been written.”

“The post does not reflect how we feel about Nicki. And further does not reflect our company values,” they continued. “We deeply apologize for the hurt, disappointment and confusion that this post has caused. We are committed to doing everything we can to address the situation… We understand Nicki’s position and look forward to continuing our dialogue with her. Finally, we apologize to all of her fans. This should have never happened.”

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WordPress site owners who are using the Simple Social Buttons plugin to support social media sharing features should update the plugin as soon as possible to plug a security hole that can be exploited to take over sites.

Luka Šiki?, a developer and researcher at WordPress security firm WebARX, discovered the security issue last week and reported the problem to the plugin's author.

In a report published today, he described the issue as an "improper application design flow, chained with lack of permission check."

He says that an attacker who can register new accounts on a site can exploit this vulnerability to make modifications to a WordPress site's main settings, outside to what the plugin was initially meant to manage.

These modifications can allow an attacker to take over sites by installing backdoors or taking over admin accounts.

In a demo video he posted on YouTube today, Šiki? showed how dangerous the vulnerability is by changing the email address associated with a WordPress site's admin account.

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Nominations for the 17th Annual Visual Effects Society Awards have been announced today, and unsurprisingly Disney’s Pixar and Marvel received the most mentions for their 2018 blockbusters.

“Avengers: Infinity War” is the most nomination feature this year with nods in six categories, while on the animation side “Incredibles 2” garnered five mentions. Other films with multiple nominations include “Christopher Robin,” “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” and “Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch.” One glaring omission, however, was “Mary Poppins Returns,” which was completely shut out of the awards.

This year, the VES Visionary Award will be presented to writer-director-producer Jonathan Nolan, brother and close collaborator to Christopher Nolan. Comedian Patton Oswalt will host the award ceremony once again.

Take a look at the nominees below.

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photo-Real Feature

  • “Avengers: Infinity War”
  • “Christopher Robin”
  • “Ready Player One”
  • “Solo: A Star Wars Story”
  • “Welcome to Marwen”

Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Photo-Real Feature

  • “12 Strong”
  • “Birdbox”
  • “Bohemian Rhapsody”
  • “First Man”
  • “Outlaw King”

Outstanding Visual Effects in an Animated Feature

  • “Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch”
  • “Incredibles 2”
  • “Isle of Dogs”
  • “Ralph Breaks the Internet”
  • “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photo-Real Episode

  • “Altered Carbon” (“Out of the Past”)
  • “Krypton” (“The Phantom Zone”)
  • “Lost in Space” (“Danger, Will Robinson”)
  • “The Terror” (“Go for Broke”)
  • “Westworld” (“The Passenger”)

Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Photoreal Episode

  • “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” (“Pilot”)
  • “The Alienist” (“The Boy on the Bridge”)
  • “The Deuce” (“We’re All Beasts”)
  • “The First” (“Near and Far”)
  • “The Handmaid’s Tale” (“June”)

Outstanding Animated Character in a Photoreal Feature

  • “Avengers: Infinity War” (Thanos)
  • “Christopher Robin” (Tigger)
  • “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” (Indoraptor)
  • “Ready Player One” (Art3mis)

Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Feature

  • “Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch” (The Grinch)
  • “Incredibles 2” (Helen Parr)
  • “Ralph Breaks the Internet” (Ralphzilla)
  • “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” (Miles Morales)

The full list of nominees can be seen HERE.

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The fourth season of the Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) reality show will be host in Nigeria for the first time, across 8 locations as it is announced by DSTV.
The organizers, Multichoice, announced this on Tuesday morning at a media briefing held at the George Hotel, Lagos. Popular media personality, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu will remain the host of the reality show. Obi-Uchendu, hosted the last two editions which had Efe Ejeba and Miracle Igbokwe Ikechukwu as winners in South Africa.

Zealnut understands that the 2019 edition of the reality show which will for the first time be held in Nigeria would last for 90 days.

Auditions will be held on February 1st and 2nd at Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Calabar, Warri, Ibadan and Benin.

Do you want to participate? Here is how you can join the audition.

BBNaija 2010 requirements

This year BBNaija requirements, it was stated that 21 years or above is the eligible age of Candidates are expected to be in audition centers with valid international passports.

List of BBNaija 2019 audition centers across Nigeria

Below are the list of centers and the venue across Nigeria regarding 2019 Big Brother Naija Audition.

Lagos: D’Podium event center, Off Adeniyi Jones, Allen Ikeja

Big Brother alumnus, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, has also been announced as the Anchor of the 2019 edition.

Abuja: Multichoice office, Plot 1548 Ademola Adetokunbo street , Beside NEMA adjacent Transcorp Hilton

Port Harcourt: Hotel Presidential, 5141, Aba road.

Ibadan: Mauve 21 Events Centre,MKO Abiola way Ring Road by Adeoyo Junction.

Enugu: Oakland Hotel and Park, Tunnel Crossing, Ogui ring road behind Etim Plaza.

Warri: Deluxe Garden Suites, Bauchi Close, Shell Edjemba.

Calabar: Venetian Arena, Plot 5 Murtala Mohammed Highway.

Benin: Uyi Grand Event Center, 11 Osagiede street GRA.

For further info about the 2019 BBNaija Audition Centers & Eligible Candidates hit the comment box for feedback.

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We know everyone has their own brand of music and the kind of songs we listen to somehow affect us character wise. Lets get in here and share what we are listening to together.

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Mercedes-Benz has announced that its newest, smallest car, the 2019 A-class sedan, will start at $33,495 (?12,173,087) when it goes on sale in early 2019. That makes it the least expensive car that Mercedes sells, undercutting the current CLA by $600. The low cost of entry should help bring even more new customers to the brand; the company says more than 50 percent of CLA buyers were new to the Mercedes-Benz brand.

Despite the price, the A-class sedan has a long list of standard equipment. A panoramic sunroof, LED head- and taillights, automated emergency braking, and dual 7.0-inch screens (one in place of the gauge cluster and one for the infotainment) are all standard. Options will include features like adaptive cruise control, augmented-reality navigation, and AMG Line body styling. Adding all-wheel drive costs $2000, meaning the 2019 A220 4Matic's price is $35,495.

So far, Mercedes has only announced the base prices, but a spokesperson said that a configurator with detailed option pricing will go live on the Benz website later this week. We'll update this story when more information is available.

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Source: Autoreportng

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