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Sadly, Goth Day At Disneyland Comes But Once A Year

Scenic picture time! This is a shot from a recent, very special Goth Day at Disneyland. Now in its 12th year, “Bats Day in the Fun Park” is an annual outing of area goths to the West Coast’s largest amusement park. Because why not? It sure looks weird, and they do have a haunted house there, so hey, Disneyland does have a wee bit of goth magic running through it, too. Click through to see some of the most awkward candid shots from Vice you could ever imagine. [Vice]

The Good, The Bad & The WTF: The Glamour UK Women Of The Year Awards

Last night, Glamour magazine held the UK edition of its Women of the Year Awards. Kylie Minogue received the Outstanding Contribution Award, while Jessie J won the title of Best Solo Artist. “Downton Abbey”‘s Michelle Dockery was given the Editor’s Special Award, while Jessica Brown Findlay won Best UK Actress. “Britain’s Got Talent” judge Amanda Holden was awarded Best Theater Actress for her role in “Shrek the Musical” (did you miss that one?) and Dionne Warwick received the Icon award. You can see the full list of honorees here, and check out all the fab fashion above!

5 Things You Should Know About New “America’s Next Top Model Judge” Bryanboy

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There’s been a lot of shake ups in Tyra Banks’ “Top Model” world of late. As she struggles to make “ANTM” relevant and engaging in its zillionth “cycle,” Ty-Ty decided to mix up the judging panel by getting rid of judging mainstay (“Noted Fashion Photographer”) Nigel Barker and model coach/shoot producer Jay Manuel (that’s Mr. Jay, if you’re confused). Tyra has kept Kelly Cutrone (who started last season) and recently plucked up model Rob Evans. And her latest hire? Blogger and fashion week regular Bryanboy.

After the jump, five things you should know about the new face on “ANTM”‘s judging panel.

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Style 911: Help Me Find The Perfect Wedding Shoes!

I’m going to a wedding in a few weeks and am recycling a dress I love that I’ve worn before (see photo). I want to buy a new pair of nude-colored shoes to wear with it, but would ideally like to find something that I could wear with other, more casual outfits throughout the summer. I want to be able to dance in without killing my feet, so a wedge would be best I think. I’m having a difficult time finding something that isn’t either too formal or too casual, that is streamlined enough for this dress. Help! — Shoeless In NYC

Wedding season is the worst, isn’t it? You buy so many items you can never wear again. But we’re going to stop that right now. Yes we are. Instead, we’re going to make sure you get a few new pieces in your repertoire you can wear all summer long. After the jump, we’ve found some wedges that are wedding-appropriate, but that can also be worn to the office, or up in da clurb, if you’re into that kind of thing (which you totally are).

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Leapin’ Leopards: Watch A Bunch Of Big Cats At Play

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Okay, so ignore the annoying music, these guys are leopards that live at the Big Cat Rescue in Tampa, Florida, and they’re just trying to have some fun.

All The Fabulous Camp From The Eurovision Song Contest

The Eurovision Song Contest is over, and we’re shedding a tear or two in its fabulously campy, irony-free honor. The international European song contest happens each year, and pits singers from each country in the European Television Union against one another for the best pop track. Broadcast around Europe and the former Soviet Bloc countries, Eurovision is the phenomenon that spawned both Abba and Celine Dion, so you know it’s good. Click through to meet this year’s winner — from Sweden, natch — and see some of the high-camp hijinks that happened during this year’s intense competition.

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