Most Hated Celebrities, Who Are They?

Most Hated CelebritiesBeing a celebrity does not seem to be a guarantee of always liked by the fans, apparently there is also less favored celebrities. In fact most of them hated.

Hollywood’s most hated artist in a poll conducted by one of the media, Star Magazine, a benchmark for enthusiasts to know.

For example, actress Gwyneth Paltrow, Hollywood actress was chosen as the most hated celebrities, her husband looks worried, Chris Martin.

Of course there is, the public still remember when Gwyneth made headlines in recent weeks, after saying that she did not allow her children to eat foods containing carbohydrates.

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“Gangnam Style” Break Guinness World Record

Gangnam StyleSouth Korean rapper, Psy, can add significant gains in his career. The video clip for the song “Gangnam Style” it broke the Guinness World Record as the most in-videolikes” by visitors to YouTube.

Video clip song “Gangnam Style” on YouTube has garnered 2,234,641 “likes”. That figure beat the previous record holder, “Party Rock Anthem” from LMFAO, ie 1,575,979 “likes”. Thus, the “Gangnam Style” became the most in-video “like” in the history of YouTube. That number is only three months after the video clip was released.

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.XXX Domain has been opened, Interested?

.xxx domainAfter going through a debate among activists around the Internet, ICANN finally approved the proposal domain formation .XXX. Localization porn sites domain through the easier of censorship, but on the other hand not automatically make the already popular domain owners to move their domain.

Internet domain .XXX has been approved for use by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and begins Wednesday, September 7, 2011, has opened registration and the iFriends.XXX site is the first commercial site for adult users.

The new offerings is limited specifically to the official brand owners who have priority claims to the appropriate domain name that is listed in the next 52 days till October 28, 2011.

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