Bond villian? Bullfighter? Throwback Nicholas Cage? Tom Brady leaves post-football future open with Met Gala tux. 

@minakimes, tweeting about Tom Brady’s look at the Met Gala in Manhattan. The quarterback wore what at first glance appears to be a black Versace tux with gold embroidery. But Twitter users compared him to a James Bond villain, a bullfighter, a dragon slayer … and a mariachi band’s accountant.

Guns N’ Roses nixes racist, homophobic song from “Appetite for Destruction” reissue.


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@joobinbekhrad, tweeting about popular ’80s rock band Guns N’ Roses announcing that their song “One in a Million” will not be on the reissue of their 1987 album “Appetite for Destruction.” The song, featured on the following year’s EP “G N’ R Lies,” has lyrics sung by lead singer Axl Rose that are homophobic and racist.

The original Avengers just got matching tattoos, and the entire internet is now emo. 


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@rustypolished, reacting to “The Avengers” actors getting matching tattoos that combined the superhero squad’s “A” logo and the number six. Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) posted a video of (left to right) himself, Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye), tattoo artist Joshua Lord, Chris Hemsworth (Thor) and Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) after getting inked. Chris Evans (Captain America) got his done separately. The design is an homage to the original number of Avengers, minus Mark Ruffalo (The Hulk), who opted out.

John McCain bashed by fellow conservatives for expressing his regrets and funeral wishes.


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@DineshDSouza, offering his thoughts on Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., who said he regrets not choosing former Sen. Joe Lieberman as his 2008 running mate, and that he doesn’t want President Trump at his funeral. McCain, who has brain cancer, was bashed by Trump-supporting conservatives.