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Nick Romano is the Associate Editor of ScreenCrush.com. Having previously honed his foosball skills at the table located in the AOL-Huffington Post office, he now obsesses over all things geek and is ScreenCrush's resident style expert. Nick previously worked for sites like Asylum.com, HuffPost, GammaSquad and TheFW.com, and is probably the next Supreme.
Real-life Super Saiyan from 'Dragon Ball Z'
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‘Dragon Ball Z’-Obsessed Fan Tries to Become Real-Life Super Saiyan

Jalen (aka YouTube's KillaKarisma) has always dreamed of becoming a real-life Super Saiyan like that Goku character from 'Dragon Ball Z.' Now, that he's all grown up, he doesn't have to wait anymore. He's made his dream into a reality just by shear will power... or so he thinks.

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Category: Humor, TV, Video
Bill O'Reilly, Kate Upton on 'Saturday Night Live'
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Bill O’Reilly and Kate Upton Celebrate President’s Day on ‘SNL’s’ What’s Up With That?

To help ring in President's Day, political commenter and author Bill O'Reilly came on 'SNL' as a guest for What's Up With That? along with Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Kate Upton. Wondering what insightful comments both of them made?

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Maya Rudolph, Amy Poehler, Justin Timberlake, 'SNL'
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Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler Flirt With Justin Timberlake on ‘SNL’s’ Bronx Beat

In light of their 14-month hiatus, Bronx Beat hosts Betty Caruso and Jodi Deitz, played by Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph, brought their sexy "boom" man Lou (Justin Timberlake) and cameraman Tony (Andy Samberg) on their 'SNL' set.

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Maya Rudolph, Justin Timberlake on 'Saturday Night Live'
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Justin Timberlake as Bon Iver Was Amongst Celebs Visiting Beyonce, Jay-Z and Blue Ivy on ‘SNL’

In one of Maya Rudolph's acts as the 'SNL' host this weekend, she got all dolled up as the fabulous Beyonce, awaiting the arrival of the celeb guests, like Bon Iver (played by Justin Timberlake), coming to see her new baby. Since Blue Ivy is the miracle child of the music world, it was only fitting for every visitor to bring her a gift. But what do you give the baby who has everything?

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Chris Brown Grammy performance
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Chris Brown’s Grammy Performance Made Everyone Want to ‘Turn Up the Music’

The Grammy Awards was heavily overshadowed by the news of Whitney Houston's death. But in the wake of such tragedy, Chris Brown stepped in and lifted everybody's spirits with fist-pumping performances of 'Turn Up the Music' and 'Beautiful People.'

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Nicki Minaj Grammys performance
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Nicki Minaj’s Crazy Grammy Performance Uses Exorcism, Shackles for ‘Roman Holiday’

As if showing up on the Grammys red carpet with an old man who looks like the Pope wasn't weird enough, Nicki Minaj had to go and shackle herself with chains for her performance of 'Roman Holiday.' Looks like with no Grammy honors for Lady Gaga, someone had to be the crazy one.

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Adele Grammy Performance
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Adele’s Grammy Performance of ‘Rolling in the Deep’ Blows Rihanna Away

After five months of recovering from damaged vocal cords, including a recent surgery, Adele returned to the stage for a live performance of 'Rolling in the Deep' at this year's Grammy Awards show. It was so moving (and so overdue) that on top of a standing ovation, the camera's zoomed to show Rihanna clutching her face in awe.

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Jennifer Hudson Whitney Houston tribute Grammys
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Jennifer Hudson Honors Whitney Houston With a Moving Tribute of ‘I Will Always Love You’

Jennifer Hudson was one of the stars most visibly affected by Whitney Houston’s death. Though even under the weight of sadness, the 'Dreamgirls' star stepped out onto the Grammy stage following an 'In Memorium' montage to pay tribute to her idol with a performance of 'I Will Always Love You.'

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Adele Target commercial
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Adele’s Target Commercial for the Grammys Gives Super Bowl Ads a Run for Their Money

Even Adele knows that people belting songs out loud while riding the bus is one of the most annoying parts of public transportation. But the 'Rolling in the Deep' star's Target commercial, which premiered during the Grammy Awards show, was able to take something so irritating and make it into something Super Bowl commercial worthy.

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Whitney Houston's last performance
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Whitney Houston’s Last Live Performance Was ‘Yes, Jesus Loves Me’ With Kelly Price

Whitney Houston's death still plagues our minds as more details surrounding the event start to unfold, including recent news that her daughter Bobbi Kristina was rushed to the hospital. What makes this tragic event seem so unreal is that the iconic diva got up onstage just one night prior to when she reportedly died for Kelly Price's pre-Grammy party.

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Zooey Deschanel Premieres New Valentine’s Day Theme Song on ‘SNL’

Thanks to Zooey Deschanel and 'Saturday Night Live,' we now finally have a song worthy to be the theme for Valentine's Day. Sure there are all those classic ballads from the '80s and '90s, but there's none quite like the one Deschanel performed during her opening monologue on Saturday that truly sums up what the day of love is all about.

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