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Kanye West and Kim Kardashian donate $500,000 to California wildfire relief

Kanye West and his family are on a philanthropic streak. Just last week, the rapper made a sizable donation to the family of Jemel Roberson, the Chicago security guard who was wrongfully murdered by police. Today, Kim Kardashian-West appeared on Ellen to gift three large checks to organizations and individuals directly affected by the massive wildfires decimating homes and communities across California.

While the West home was not affected by the fire, due to the efforts of a private crew hired to protect their neighborhood, Kanye and Kim are assisting others in need. During her appearance on Ellen, Kardashian presented checks to the California Community Foundation’s Wildfire Relief Fund and the California Fire Foundation, each in the amount of $200,000 (according to TMZ).

Additionally, Kardashian presented another check for $100,000 to Michael and Lisa Williams, a couple who lost their home in the fire but continued with relief efforts to assist their neighbors.

As Kim explained, the donations were a gift from Kanye, his company Yeezy, and adidas.

Check out the touching moment below.

The Wests are the latest in a line of musicians to show their support for the relief efforts, including Metallica, Lady Gaga, and Dave Grohl. Some, like Neil Young and Miley Cyrus, were not so lucky and lost their homes in the blaze.

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Metallica’s charity foundation donates $100,000 to California wildfire relief

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The recent and current wildfires in California have been utterly devastating. Entire communities have been leveled and, tragically, the death toll keeps rising every day. Metallica call the Bay Area home, and Northern California has been hit particularly hard. Not only is the band helping out the cause through their charitable organization, they are urging fans to donate to two worthy foundations.

Metallica are doing their part through their All Within My Hands Foundation, which has offered monetary help to both Northern and Southern California by donating $50,000 each to the North Valley Community Foundation and the Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation.

A Facebook post from the All Within My Hands Foundation reads, “Sadly once again communities in California are experiencing historically devastating wild fires in both the Northern and Southern parts of the state. All Within My Hands has made a $50,000 donation each to the North Valley Community Foundation and the Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation; both agencies provide service to victims at evacuation centers and other much needed relief. We would like to encourage you to join us in supporting those in need and our first responders in any way you can by donating money, non-perishable food, clothing and other supplies or by giving your time volunteering or providing temporary housing. Every little bit helps.”

California is experiencing tragic wild fires. AWMH gave $50k to @NVCF & @LAFDFoundation. We encourage you to support those in need & first responders: donate money, non-perishable food, clothing, supplies or volunteer time/housing. https://t.co/uYVsXTCJ7c https://t.co/eGmUWrta7J pic.twitter.com/7MDJz4hY1G

— All Within My Hands Foundation (@AWMHFoundation) November 16, 2018

Just two weeks ago, Metallica played a special acoustic show in San Francisco to raise funds for the All Within My Hands Foundation, whose general mission is to “create sustainable communities by supporting workforce education, the fight against hunger, and other local services.” Our photos, along with video from the show, can be seen here.

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Must Read: Burberry Bets on Riccardo Tisci to Drive Turnaround, Hedi Slimane’s First Accessories for Celine Drop Monday

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday. Burberry bets on Riccardo Tisci to drive turnaround   Riccardo Tisci received a positive reception for his debut collection at Burberry at London Fashion Week in September, but it will take time to turn …

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Buy this five-game compilation to support the War Child U.K. charity

U.K. charity War Child launched Help: The Game on the Play Store and Amazon Appstore.
Help: The Game includes five games and funds War Child’s ongoing efforts with child victims of war.
Help: The Game is available for $2.99.

Hoping to further its efforts to provide assistance to children in conflict areas, U.K.-based charity War Child recently launched Help: The Game.

Help: The Game is a collection of five games: Rupert, Sell ’em, Don’t Break ’em from Wooga, Fifty Buddies from Gameloft, Mediocre Housekeeping from Featherweight Games, Tickets Please from Sports Interactive, and Inish Ciúb from Rovio. According to the official website, there might even be a sixth game in the works called BlockAid.

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Rupert, Sell ’em, Don’ Break ’em lets you play as an elephant in a china shop, while Fifty Buddies is a casual racing game. Mediocre Housekeeping is a physics-based game, while Tickets Please lets you swipe through passengers’ train tickets. Finally, Inish Ciúb looks to be a simple tile-matching game.

Even though the games look to be easygoing and simple, the intent behind the games is much more important. All of Help: The Game’s sales will fund War Child’s efforts to support and rehabilitate child victims of war. Sales will also help War Child’s efforts to work through the lasting effects of conflict on children.

Help: The Game costs $2.99 and does not include in-app purchases for any of the five features games. You can download Help: The Game from the Play Store and Amazon Appstore at the links below.

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Cardi B Calls for a Rematch with ‘Hater’ Nicki Minaj Amid Renewed Drama: ‘We Can Fight It Out’

Cardi B has a lengthy response to Nicki Minaj‘s recent claims about their ongoing feud following their now-infamous New York Fashion Week brawl in September.

Cardi, 26, called out Minaj, 35, in 10 separate expletive-filled Instagram videos posted on Monday, just hours after Minaj spoke on their ongoing conflict in the latest episode of her Queen Radio show on Apple Music’s Beats 1.

The mother of one certainly did not hold back as she discussed the aftermath of their NYFW fight, showed a screenshot of the pair’s call log and even revealed that she was considering suing Minaj for “defamation of character.”

“How you say that I was the wild animal, that I attacked you, that you was mortified, that you was humiliated, playing the victim but now you the gangsta. You need to pick a side,” Cardi said in response to Minaj’s radio episode, in which she explained that her friend Rah Ali “really, really beat Cardi’s ass bad” during the Sept. 7 brawl.

“Do you want to be the victim or do you want to be the gangsta. You lie so much, you can’t even keep up with your f—— lies,” Cardi added in the first of 10 clips.

RELATED: Nicki Minaj Says Her Friend Was Actually the One to Hit Cardi B at NYFW Party: ‘She Beat You So Bad’

Among the “lies” Cardi was referring to was the claim that she “built her career of sympathy and Payola,” which is the practice of paying radio stations to play a song. “Since you want to talk about suing, maybe I should sue you for defamation of character since you want to claim that I’m using something illegal called Payola for being so f—— successful,” Cardi said in the fourth of 10 videos.

In addition, Cardi’s response posts contained screen grabs of her attempts to call Minaj. Showing a screenshot of her call log, Cardi even revealed Minaj’s phone number along with the text messages from friends after her own phone number was leaked, allegedly by Minaj’s camp.

“Let’s talk about the leaked numbers s—. Tell me if this don’t make sense: How come my phone number got leaked one hour after the altercation at the Harper’s Bazaar party?” Cardi said in her fifth of ten videos, referring to the NYFW fight.

RELATED VIDEO: Cardi B Brings Up ‘Motorsport’ Drama With Nicki Minaj in Instagram Rants

Cardi’s sister Hennessy Carolina recently claimed in a since-deleted Instagram post that Minaj leaked the “I Like It” rapper’s phone number, which led to threatening messages about baby Kulture. “After my sister showed those text messages, look what you do. You go on Twitter and start liking s—, endorsing that type of nasty ass f—— behavior. Bitch you’re f—— sick in the head,” Cardi said in the sixth video.

In her ninth video response, Cardi spoke of the comments Minaj made about putting their feud to rest.

“You say you’re tired of talking about it. I’m tired of talking about it too. I’m tired of the whole internet s—. I’m tired of the interview s—. If you really want to talk about it, you know where to link me, we could always link up,” she said.

However, Cardi also warned: “We can talk about it or we can fight it out. I’m with whatever. But I’m sick and tired of that back and forth s—. I’m not doing it. I’m in a good space right now. Let me know what’s up.”

RELATED: Cardi B and Nicki Minaj: A Brief History of Their Tumultuous Relationship

Last but not least, Cardi gave Minaj some advice.

“What you need to do is stop focusing on other people and focus on yourself and focus on your craft because you’re out here f—— up your legacy, looking like a f—— hater,” she said in her tenth video.

Cardi and Minaj’s exchange on Monday, comes seven weeks after videos of the Sept. 7 incident were posted online. One clip showed Cardi charging at someone. In a different video, Cardi can be heard screaming “say some s— about my daughter again.”

“Cardi walked towards Nicki and all of a sudden Cardi started screaming something about her child,” a source told PEOPLE. “She was yelling, ‘Bitch you feisty. Bitch don’t talk s— about my child’ at Nicki.”

The source also revealed Cardi “threw her shoe because she couldn’t get through” to Minaj who “was there with eight or nine bodyguards.”

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Pregnant Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Arrive in Dubbo and Meet an Adorably Cheeky Young Local

Prince Harry is already proving what a wonderful dad he’ll be, after winning over a cheeky little admirer during day two of the tour alongside Meghan Markle.

The royal couple, who announced Monday that they are expecting their first child, arrived at the Dubbo City Regional Airport in Australia for the second stop on their whirlwind 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand.

After walking hand-in-hand along the tarmac, Meghan and Harry met a bunch of local school children who were gathered along the path, including one little boy who was particularly enthralled with Harry.

Once the prince, 34, greeted him, the five-year-old boy — identified as Luke Vincent of Buninyong Public School  — leaped into his arms for a giant hug before playfully caressing his face and tugging at his beard.

As Harry laughed at the encounter, Meghan, 37, quickly came over to meet the animated young fan and was also greeted with a warm hug.

But the young lad could not get enough of Harry and rushed back over to the prince and gave him a hug, a kiss, and gently pet his head.

While interacting with the rest of the students and shaking each of their hands, Harry and Meghan often squatted down to speak with them.

On day two, Meghan went for a more casual look, wearing a white button-down Maison Kitsune blouse with a gray Serena Williams Collection blazer, denim jeans from Australian brand Outland, and black boots with her hair in a low ponytail.

Meanwhile, Harry opted for a blue button-down shirt with black pants for the occasion.

After disembarking the plane, they were greeted by the Mayor of Dubbo Region Councillor Ben Shields and a welcoming party.

As they made their way down the line of people, Meghan and Harry each greeted them with a sincere smile and handshake.

The duo then attended the naming dedication and unveiling of a new aircraft in the Royal Flying Doctor Service fleet as part of celebrations for 90 years of delivering healthcare to people living in remote regions of the country.

“It is a great privilege for us to have you here today,” a spokeswoman for the RFDS said in her opening remarks before the flies began to swarm her face mid-speech.

“The flies are very friendly here in Dubbo,” she joked. “We hope you both enjoy your visit to the base.”

After her speech, the couple was introduced to a bunch of the Base’s doctors, nurses, and volunteers, stopping at one point to speak to a little girl in the arms of presumably her father. After their interaction, Meghan gave the little girl two flowers.

They were then shown several of the service’s emergency health-related techniques, materials, and supplies while a crowd of people watched from the sides.

During the explanation, Harry and Meghan listened intently and asked questions before going over to greet the public.

The royal pair finished the ceremony by cutting a ribbon and cake together.

While in the country town of Dubbo, which is located about five hours outside of Sydney, Meghan and Harry will also meet with a local family of cattle and sheep farmers and attend a community picnic in Victoria Park.

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To kick off their tour on Tuesday, Meghan and Harry attended a welcome reception at Admiralty House where they were given their first official baby gifts by the Governor General Peter Cosgrove and his wife, Lady Lynne Cosgrove.

“That’s so cute, it’s our first baby gift!” Meghan said in PEOPLE’s Facebook Live video, as she received a fluffy stuffed kangaroo (complete with a baby joey!) and fleece Ugg booties.

They also visited the Taronga Zoo before taking a boat ride across Sydney Harbour to the Sydney Opera House, where they were entertained with a rehearsal of Spirit 2018 by the Bangarra Dance Theatre, an acclaimed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander modern dance company.

RELATED VIDEO: Watch an Adorably Nervous Prince Harry Talk About His and Meghan Markle’s “Upcoming Baby”

Finally, they attended an afternoon reception at Admiralty House, where Harry thanked Australia for the “incredibly warm welcome” they’d received and the “chance to meet Aussies from all walks of life.”

We also genuinely couldn’t think of a better place to announce the, er, upcoming baby,” Harry said, looking over to Meghan. Appearing slightly nervous, Harry added, “whether it’s a boy or a girl.”

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A Clueless remake is in the works

Clueless will celebrate its 30th anniversary in 2020, so naturally Tinseltown is looking to capitalize. According to The Hollywood Reporter, a remake of the coming-of-age cult classic is officially in development.

Paramount Studios plans to bring back the ’90s film with the help of two prominent industry figures known for their recent hits both on the big and small screen. Marquita Robinson, whose credits include Netflix’s heralded GLOW, will handle the script; meanwhile Tracey Oliver, who penned the 2017 box office smash Girls Trip, is on-board to produce. All other details are scarce as the remake is still in the early stages of coming together.

(Read: 26 of Your Favorite Movie Soundtracks To Be Reissued on Vinyl)

The original Clueless — which was loosely based on Jane Austen’s Emma — hit theaters in 1995, and starred Alicia Silverstone, Brittany Murphy, Paul Rudd, and Stacey Dash. Since its initial release, the movie has grown to become a fixture of not only ’90s nostalgia, but the pop culture canon as a whole.

It’s hard to imagine the remake living up to Silverstone’s version (was that way harsh, Tai?), what with the original flick’s sense of fashion, high school romance, Radiohead references, and Cali lexicon (as if!). But only time will tell whether we’ll be happily rolling with the homies or feeling as crappy as Cher did after getting mugged in the Valley.

Below, revisit a trailer and that memorable Radiohead scene.

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Thom Yorke unveils new song “Hands Off the Antarctic”: Stream

Thom Yorke, frontman for Radiohead, is using his talents for good – supporting environmental activism with a new solo track, “Hands Off the Antarctic”, and an accompanying music video.

The song and video are coming out in support of a new campaign by Greenpeace to set up a vast Antarctic ocean sanctuary. The video itself, a stark black-and-white showcase of the environment and wildlife of the region, is culled from Greenpeace’s own footage taken during a three-month research expedition early in 2018.

According to a statement from Yorke, “There are some places on this planet that are meant to stay raw and wild and not destroyed by humanity’s footprint. This track is about stopping the relentless march of those heavy footsteps. The Antarctic is a true wilderness and what happens there affects us all. That’s why we should protect it.”

This sentiment is matched by Frida Bengtsson of Greenpeace’s Protect The Antarctic Campaign, who notes that “The Antarctic doesn’t have a voice but we are a movement of two million people and we do. We’ve seen around the world what happens when we don’t put areas off-limits to human activity. This vast wilderness is more fragile than we might think and plays an important role for the planet’s climate and ocean systems.”

Later this month, the Antarctic Ocean Commission will meet in Tasmania to discuss the proposed site, which would offer sanctuary to many species that live in the area, including whales, penguins and seals.

Watch the music video for “Hands Off the Antarctic” below.

Next week, Yorke will make his film scoring debut in Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria.

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DC & Funko Team for He-Man-Style Primal Age Action Figure Line

DC & Funko Team for He-Man-Style Primal Age Action Figure Line

Some of your favorite DC Comics heroes and villains are going primal, thanks to Funko.

Partnering with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment, the collectibles company has unveiled its new DC Primal Age line of retro-style figures. With echoes of Mattel’s classic Masters of the Universe series, the new line boasts a “retro-style barbarian fantasy themed” take on characters ranging from Batman and Wonder Woman to The Joker and King Shark.

RELATED: Batman & Batgirl Lead Next Wave of FunkO’s Cereal

The first wave boasts eight 5.5-inch action figures, as well as two “beast rides,” and a Primal Batcave playset. To celebrate the launch, Warner Bros. Consumer Products, along with Funko and Amazon, gave away 10,000 DC: Primal Age Mr. Freeze action figures at New York Comic Con. Check out the first weave in the gallery below.

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The first wave of Funko’s DC Primal Age line goes on sale today on Amazon.

RELATED: DC Collectibles Unveils Latest Dark Knights: Metal Dark Knight Statue

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