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U.S. Siblings Alex and Maia Shibutani Win Bronze in Ice Dancing as Canada Takes Home Olympic Gold

U.S. Siblings Alex and Maia Shibutani Win Bronze in Ice Dancing as Canada Takes Home Olympic Gold

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After two exciting nights of competition — including a wardrobe malfunction that made headlines worldwide — the best ice dancing team has been revealed. Canada’s Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir took home the gold medal in the second and final night of the Olympic ice dancing competition Tuesday morning (Monday evening stateside). France’s Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron walked away with the silver medal — just one day after their costume snafu — followed by U.S. brother and sister duo Alex and Maia Shibutani, who earned bronze. The Shibutanis received a 114.86 free dance score, which gave them a total of 192.59. The duo finished just ahead of teammates Madison Hubbell and Zach Donohue, who received a final score of 187.69. The “Shib Sibs,” as they are widely known, were the American
Rihanna Commemorates the Last Moments in Her 20s With Pre-Birthday 'I Hate Rihanna' Shirt

Rihanna Commemorates the Last Moments in Her 20s With Pre-Birthday 'I Hate Rihanna' Shirt

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Rihanna is saluting her 20s in the most comical (and sartorial) way! Before she turns 30 on Feb, 20, Bad Gal RiRi celebrated her pre-birthday celebrations by wearing herself.  With a bold red lip (from her very own Fenty Beauty?), muted pink sunglasses and metallic hoop earrings, she kicked off her birthday with an “I Hate Rihanna” fashion statement. And even more hilarious: in smaller print, her oversized shirt-turned-mini dress also read “Don’t Trust Anyone Under 30.” Rihanna shared her ensemble on Instagram Story Monday writing, “Last day to make a bad decision and blame it on my 20’s,” and a side eye emoji. Looking for more style content? Click here to subscribe to the PeopleStyle Newsletter for amazing shopping discounts, can’t-live-without beauty products and more. And you too can pu
What's the Difference Between Ice Dancing and Figure Skating? Olympian Evan Bates Explains

What's the Difference Between Ice Dancing and Figure Skating? Olympian Evan Bates Explains

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The Winter Olympics are here and buzz surrounding the worldwide competition is heating up. For many fans, figure skating events are an Olympic highlight, but every four years many people seem to have the same question: What’s the difference between figure skating and ice dancing? The short answer is that ice dancing falls under the broader umbrella category of figure skating. Leading up to the PyeongChang Olympics, PEOPLE sat down with 2018 Olympic ice dancer Evan Bates, whose partner is Madison Chock, to clarify some of the differences between figure skating and ice dancing. Keep Following PEOPLE’s Complete Coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics “Ice dancing has more restrictions,” Evan Bates explained to PEOPLE. “We can only do lifts that are below the head so I can’t raise my hands above
Teen Mom OG: See the Moment Pregnant Amber Portwood Discovers the Sex of Her Baby

Teen Mom OG: See the Moment Pregnant Amber Portwood Discovers the Sex of Her Baby

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Amber Portwood couldn’t contain her pride when her OB-GYN told her she was carrying a “stubborn” little boy. The Teen Mom OG star went in for an ultrasound with her boyfriend Andrew Glennon and her mother Tonya Portwood on Monday night’s episode of the MTV show. “Is your little girl excited about having a baby?” her doctor asked while attempting to get a good view of the fetus. “Yeah, she said she wanted a little baby brother,” Portwood, 27, said of her daughter Leah, who she shares with ex-boyfriend Gary Shirley. After several moments of trying to see whether she was carrying a boy or a girl, Portwood was asked to bend her knee in an attempt to shift her baby into a better position to find out the sex. It seemed to work as her doctor declared, “That is for sure a boy.” The reactions were
Arie Luyendyk Jr. Is Forced to Address His 'Playboy' Reputation During Tense Bachelor Hometowns

Arie Luyendyk Jr. Is Forced to Address His 'Playboy' Reputation During Tense Bachelor Hometowns

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Bachelor Nation, we’ve made it to hometowns. On Monday night’s episode, Arie Luyendyk Jr. visits the final four contestants’ family homes — and lets it slip that he’s “falling” for each and everyone one of them. Here’s how it all went down. HOMETOWN DATE WITH KENDALL The first hometown date goes to Kendall, who is from Los Angeles. Kendall’s great, but she hasn’t exactly been a frontrunner this season — and even she seems surprised that she’s made it this far. “I definitely feel like Arie and my relationship started a little bit later than the most of the girls,” she admits. Translation: “I have no idea how I ended up with a hometown date.” Arie reminds us over and over again how “quirky” Kendall is, but nothing could prepare us for their actual date: They spend the day mounting taxidermy