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TREND HUNGRY TUESDAY: Black and White All Over

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In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva talks about a trend we saw a lot of at the MTV Video Music Awards, black and white outfits and accessories.

Visit Trend Hungry to find the latest fashion 411 on a skinny budget, and catch Jessie every Tuesday evening on “The Ralphie Show.”

AUDIO: Justin Timberlake Only Wanted To Share ‘VMA’ Stage With ‘NSYNC

The energy at the MTV “Video Music Awards” reached a new height when the briefly-reunited ‘NSYNC broke in to “Bye Bye Bye.” Justin Timberlake exchanged pleasantries with his former band mates and strutted back to center stage as the notes of “Suit and Tie” blared through the sound system. With the VMA set in Brooklyn at the Barclays Center, could this be Jay Z’s moment to grace the audience with his presence?

It would not be. Justin explained why to 95.5 PLJ.

“We talked about it, maybe, but also I just thought that this would be a nice moment to share with the guys from ‘NSYNC,” Timberlake told “The Ralphie Show.” “You can’t give me this award without saying, ‘Look at what the group accomplished.’”

The superstar reiterated over the phone a fact that he cited Sunday evening: around half of his Moonmen were won with the quartet. Jay Z would not make an appearance at all during the show, but he and Timberlake linked up later in the evening at an after party.

Timberlake’s full interview with “The Ralphie Show” will air Thursday, September 5.

LIFE AND STYLE WEEKLY’S ANDREW NODELL: Jen Aniston’s Flight, Katy and John Ring, JLo’s Diet Secret

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Life & Style Weekly reports that Jennifer Aniston switched a British Airlines flight after she was alerted that Angelina Jolie would be on the same plane. Senior Reporter Andrew Nodell also chatted about Katy Perry and Jennifer Lopez on “The Ralphie Show.”

TREND HUNGRY TUESDAY: Faux Bob

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In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva highlights a Beyonce-inspired trend, the faux bob.

Visit Trend Hungry to find the latest fashion 411 on a skinny budget, and catch Jessie every Tuesday evening on “The Ralphie Show.”

LIFE AND STYLE WEEKLY’S ANDREW NODELL: Selena’s 21st Birthday Text. Taylor Swift’s Trespassing Sign

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Life & Style Weekly reports about Selena Gomez’s 21st birthday activities and Taylor Swift’s “No Trespassing” sign. Senior Reporter Andrew Nodell also talked about a story that “The Ralphie Show” broke regarding Katy Perry.

INTERVIEW: Katy Perry Reveals John Mayer Contributed to New LP; Says She Doesn’t Use Snapchat

If Katy Perry and John Mayer weren’t dating, this would be an awkward moment for both their personal lives and professional careers. On the same day Perry released her new single, “Roar,” the duet she sang with Mayer, “Who You Love,” also hit the Internet. In an interview with 95.5 PLJ, the “Teenage Dream” singer revealed that the couple has created more music together.

“(Mayer) played guitar actually, on a couple songs, which was awesome,” Perry told “The Ralphie Show” of his involvement with her third studio LP, Prism. “He’s just been a great support and that’s all you can ask. If your partner is a great support, that’s perfect.”

Perry also commented on the aforementioned duet, which will appear on Mayer’s album Paradise Valley, out on August 20. The track’s existence was first reported by “The Ralphie Show” in June.

“I’m very proud of it,” she said. “It’s another side of me… many different personalities in me.”

Something Perry probably wasn’t too proud of was the leak of that new track last weekend. A standard practice in the music industry, Capitol Records watermarks advance copies of material not available to the public. Through the technology, Perry was able to discover where the leak emanated from.

“Sometimes it’s an accident, sometimes it’s carelessness… sometimes that person didn’t even mean (to leak it),” Perry explained of the situation. “It’s not a big deal because believe you me, I wanted you guys to hear this song when I created it in March. I wrote this song in March and I was like, ‘I’m dying. Should I Instagram something? Should I do a little Snapchat of it? What should I do?’”

Perry did none of the above, and to this day claims to not be on Snapchat (Also, if Perry wrote “Roar” in March, it may discredit the idea that the track is a rip-off of Sara Bareilles’ “Brave.”). The messaging application sends a photo to a recipient that they can only view for a predetermined set amount of time, after which point the picture allegedly is no longer accessible.

“I don’t Snapchat because… I know it alerts you when people do keep stuff, but I don’t know,” Perry said. “I don’t need to be putting any kind of weird things online that supposedly disappear. Yeah right brah!”

TREND HUNGRY TUESDAY: School Girl Plaid

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In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva chats about a trend recently seen on Katy Perry, school girl plaid.

Visit Trend Hungry to find the latest fashion 411 on a skinny budget, and catch Jessie every Tuesday evening on “The Ralphie Show.”

LIFE AND STYLE WEEKLY’S LAURA LANE: Beyonce’s New Do, Rihanna’s Hometown Party, Tom Cruise’s Son Is His Wingman

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Life & Style Weekly reports about Beyonce’s new hair cut and Rihanna’s recent party back in Barbados. Editor Laura Lane also talked about a funny story regarding Tom Cruise and his son on “The Ralphie Show.”

TREND HUNGRY TUESDAY: Midi Rings

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In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva highlights an accessory, midi rings.

Visit Trend Hungry to find the latest fashion 411 on a skinny budget, and catch Jessie every Tuesday evening on “The Ralphie Show.”

TREND HUNGRY TUESDAY: Celebs Rockin’ Chambray

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In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva talks about a layer-friendly trend, chambray.

Visit Trend Hungry to find the latest fashion 411 on a skinny budget, and catch Jessie every Tuesday evening on “The Ralphie Show.”