Inside Time magazine's annual 100 Gala honoring 2019's most influential people

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ow at home. Last night was the annual time 100 gala honoring 2019 'most inflew ex-people and included captain marvel herself, bring Larson, Emilia Clarke and Richard madden, Glen close was there and Sandra oh and rami Malek. One other recipient, Taylor Swift walking the red carpet looking so pretty in pastels. You've been following her. Pastel is very big. She had an accoustic version of "Delicate" and "Style" and later moved to the piano for "Love story." She is very busy teaming the surprise announcement, always pastels involved. 4-26. There it is, less than two days until we find out the big news which we expect to be big new music which would be great because the last time she released anything was in 2017. Common, Taylor. Bring it. I wore pastel today. I'm wearing pastel. If you have new music we would love for you to play it on just saying. Also, I love this story. Oscar winner Marisa so may will co-star opposite this guy, Pete Davidson in a new comedy directed by Judd apatow. Wow. Judge apatow. I got it right one of those times. Pete is also one of the writers on the film which is called a coming of age story. It's set in Staten Island where he lives or lived with his mom after his dad died on 9/11. To may will play his beloved mom in a home he bought for the both of them to share. No word on whether his whirlwind romance will be part of the story. A lot to work with. That could be a great movie. He's one of the writers on it and Marie have to may. That movie coming out this time next year. I love that. There was so much to choose from this morning. One of those days. But I did want to share a new study out. If you're like me and occasionally might like to toss out a curse word or two, this story is for you. Researchers at Yale university found a good swear is good for you. Yes. Have you ever stubbed your toe and you maybe not the cleanest words came out of your mouth? It's okay, people. A Randy rant reduces pain and lowers stress levels and scientifically proven it is so bleeping good. See, mom, I was a good kid. Researchers had participants take ice baths. One group was allowed to swear when they got immerged. The others were only allowed to say neutral words. The pain threshold of the foul-mouthed participant was double that on the other group and could ham it longer. The study determining swearing the least is adrenaline allowing one to tolerate more pain. However, as always there is a caveat. For those who swear regularly, through positive effect is greatly reduced. Always use it in the appropriate setting. Moral of the story, choose your moments. And finally just a really -- I stole this probably from ginger. So damn cute. Oh, I just -- plaintiff plaintiff That wasn't even on purpose. I feel better. I feel better already. So let's focus on puppies. Nothing better than getting a new puppy even fur a new puppy yourself. He sniffs out a new sister in the box and needless to say is a little excited. Oh, this video made us so happy in the back. Arden goes nuts and happy to tell you that now the two are dear friends and we have a shot to show you. Arden has calmed down.

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