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21 Emo Dudes From The 2000s That Look So Different Now

What do you think of their current look?






The emo music genre has its roots in the ’80s, but it wasn’t until the 2000s that emo broke into mainstream culture. Numerous emo bands, who brought us their own brand of brooding, confessional music, were signed to major record labels. They not only promoted the music but they also embodied emo fashion and lifestyle.

Unfortunately, the hype didn’t last very long. Soon enough, well-loved emo bands either broke up or changed direction. The emo dudes below ditched the eyeliner for a different look. What do you think? Yay or nay?

1. Davey Havok from AFI

We’re loving the current hair.

2. Pete Wentz from Fall Out Boy

Those highlights weren’t very flattering anyway.

3. Brendon Urie from Panic! At The Disco

Who else is digging his dapper style?

4. Chris Carrabba from Dashboard Confessional

Aw, we miss those long sideburns!

5. William Beckett from The Academy Is

The dude still loves scarves.

6. Andrew McMahon from Jack’s Mannequin and Something Corporate

The preppy look suits him.

7. Patrick Stump from Fall Out Boy

The fedora hat works better, don’t you think?

8. Ryan Cabrera

Yep, that porcupine hair had to go.

9. Tyson Ritter from All American Rejects

He still looks hot AF.

10. Bert McCracken from The Used

We’re not so sure about the yellow nail polish.

11. Claudio Sanchez from Coheed and Cambria

Big hair then. Bigger hair now.

12. Forrest Kline from Hellogoodbye

The facial hair is a nice touch.

13. Ben Gibbard from Death Cab For Cutie

Why, hello there, Current Ben!

14. Sonny Moore (AKA Skrillex) from From First To Last

Yeah, the side part is better.

15. Pierre Bouvier from Simple Plan

Are we seeing a Mark Wahlberg lookalike?

16. Benji And Joel Madden from Good Charlotte

Loved them then. Love them now.

17. Quinn Allman from The Used

Where did the long locks go?

18. Kenny Vasoli from The Starting Line

His more defined curls deserve a thumbs up.

19. Adam Lazzara from Taking Back Sunday

We can barely recognize him now!

20. Jordan Pundik from New Found Glory

We wonder what happened to the ear piercing.

21. Gerard Way from My Chemical Romance

So glad he’s looking healthier these days.

Which of these emo guys do you think are looking great right now? Tell us in the comments!

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Moana Star Auli’i Cravalho Sings Duet With 4-Year-Old YouTube Sensation Claire Ryann

Moana star Auli’i Cravalho and YouTube cutie Claire Ryann give a heartfelt rendition of “How Far I’ll Go.”

Faye Williams



Actress Auli'i Cravalho is the voice behind the title character of Disney's Moana. The 16-year-old had the crowd in awe when she sang the animated film's theme song, "How Far I'll Go," at the Oscars.

However, the Moana star is just as impressive even when she's not entertaining crowds in such a grand scale. People were equally charmed when she sang with Claire Ryann Crosby, a four-year-old girl who's already risen to popularity as a YouTube sensation.

Auli'i Cravalho also resembles Moana.

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Japanese Guy Makes Action Figures Come to Life in Amazing Photos

This photographer’s action figures come to life in funny and awesome scenarios.

Mark Andrew



A little confession: I recently rekindled my love for action figures. Sure, I’ve always loved superheroes but it’s only recently that I started collecting toys with my son. And we’re actually having a blast! I get to introduce my boy to my favorite heroes and villains plus we get to play with the toys during our free time.

So imagine my joy and thrill when I stumbled upon the work of Japanese photographer who goes by the name Hot.kenobi on the internet. His stuff is phenomenal and mind-blowing!

Based in Osaka, Japan, this awesome guy creates scenes and stories using his action figures and then captures them on camera. He has everything from Marvel and DC Comics characters, to Star Wars and even Street Fighter.

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This Most Expensive House In LA County Could Be The Beckhams’ New Home

Could The Manor be the Beckhams’ new place of residence?




The Beckhams have reportedly put up their $40-million property in Bel-Air for sale. And now, rumor has it that the family is considering buying the most expensive house in Los Angeles county, The Manor.

Everyone is wondering if the LA Manor will be the new resident of the Beckhams. The mansion as 123 rooms and is being offered for sale at a whopping $200 million.

According to the Daily Star, Victoria and David Beckham have their eyes set on the mansion.

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