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Whose memoir are you more interested in reading?

Whose memoir are you more interested in reading?

Britney Spears’

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Jada Pinkett Smith’s

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Britney Spears’

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Robbin Berry
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Robbin Berry

Brittany seems to be a down to earth person and would find it interesting to see where her mind was with everything that has happened to her.

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Sophia McGrew
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Sophia McGrew

Because I can't believe a word Jada has to say. Not a fan

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Janet Hornung
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Janet Hornung

A woman who's survived the rough world of entertainment and robbed of her childhood in pursuit of stardom. Her life story is about struggling to survive the constant demands of stardom. Jada hasn't accomplished much in comparison.

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Nanette Spaunburg
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Nanette Spaunburg

She's more interesting to me

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Cherokee Gresham
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Cherokee Gresham

Seems a bit more intriguing because of the conservatorship and her hidden pregnancy with Justin Timberlake.

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Devan Snyder
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Devan Snyder

Because we all want to know what britneysblife was like behind the scenes and from her own perspective. Britney is the one and only, and continues to be one of the most interesting people in the world. LOVE YOU B

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Frank Benevides
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Frank Benevides

Britney Spears is a heck of a lot more interesting. I don't believe anything Jada says. It's just too "convenient" that she has written her memoirs now. Why now? Attention seeking? She wants some of the attention on Will Smith and Chris Rock for herself. We expect Britney to seek attention.

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Sharon Clark
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Sharon Clark

I believe her growth as a woman, entertainer, mother, etc., Was stunted by that conservative ship and it is taking this book to help her catch up in a way and take charge of her life. The Smiths have lied and deceived the public and I think Will wasn't the instigator and it almost broke him.

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Deb Tessier
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Deb Tessier

I really alway was a fan of hers! And wish I understood what is going on.

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Jim Nasium
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Jim Nasium

I'm more interested in her than Jada.

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Robin Carreiro
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Robin Carreiro

I just like her. I feel sad for her and i'd like to know all that story I've been watching her since I was younger. I like some of her music.

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Nerf Commando
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Nerf Commando

Not a fan of jada Pinkett smith

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Fran L.
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Fran L.

Always felt love & respect for Britney. Felt sympathy when 2007-2008 occurred. I've always wished nothing but good health & happiness for her. I sort of know what it's like to not have freedom or make decisions bc of intimidation/family.. So I can relate in a way. She has my support!

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coco MAC
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coco MAC

It feels like it's a real, cathartic effort to share her story. Jada is just a drama queen, attention whore, liar. I won't enable her behavior.

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Jada Pinkett Smith’s

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Mike Aronow
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Mike Aronow

To me, it's the more interesting story.

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Michelle Drevitson-Cheney
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Michelle Drevitson-Cheney

Could care less about Brittney!

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Carrie Gravely
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Carrie Gravely

I am more interested in Jada',s story.

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Carol McSween-Brooks
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Carol McSween-Brooks

I like reading mature memoirs not accounts of "how I played the game of life" stories.

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Which Norman Lear TV Show Was Your Favorite?
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Which Norman Lear TV Show Was Your Favorite?

"The Jeffersons"

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"All in the Family"

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"The Jeffersons"

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Christine Smiley
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Christine Smiley

A positive reflection of blacks not living in poverty.

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J RICHIE
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J RICHIE

Funny, funny, funny, even within the serious episodes a unique funny was created.

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Gloria Newton
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Gloria Newton

I like them both but only could vote for 1

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Latasha Perry
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Latasha Perry

Because George Jefferson was sooo funny

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Michelle Masters
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Michelle Masters

My mom didn't like the character of Archie Bunker & the way he spoke to his wife. Plus she hated hearing Edith's whiney voice when she'd say "Charrrllliie" & that she was cast as an oblivious air-head. She wasn't much of a Jefferson's fan either since we lived in a rural area & they were city aprtmt

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Tammie Andersen
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Tammie Andersen

I just like it better.

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Ellen Jackson
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Ellen Jackson

George was never verbally abusive and disrespectful to Weezy. While Archie was those things as well as ignorant. As a child watching the show it always made me sad. Cause I would think about all the women being treated like that in real life.

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Douglas Jones
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Douglas Jones

It was a matter of pride to see my people on TV back then.

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Kathy Katsarelis
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Kathy Katsarelis

I loved the characters. Who didn't love Weezy?

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Elizabeth Kiss-Bahrey
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Elizabeth Kiss-Bahrey

I loved both shows , all the sitcoms from Norm Lear in the 70’s were the best , that’s when TV was so funny we had real clean comedy ,I would laugh hysterically every night . I don’t even watch tv except for the news because it’s all boring , nothing is funny . Bring all these shows back please

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Venn Millieux
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Venn Millieux

Growing up, my family and I watched this show together every week and the series left me with great familial memories.

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Jay Jones II
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Jay Jones II

I used to love to watch this show because it funny. 🤣

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Sherrie Roundtree Santos
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Sherrie Roundtree Santos

It showed me what I lived in poverty. However, it showed me what I could become as a mixed raced child, raised by my white grandmother...god bless her soul.

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Janice Heyward
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Janice Heyward

I love The Jeffersons! George was funny and he didn't take any crap from anyone. At that time he put a lot of prejudice white people in there place. The woman who played his mother was funny. His house keeper Florence was just as hilarious as George. The theme song Moving On Up was the best ever!

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Nafesa E.
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Nafesa E.

A show about black people being successful was enough for me. I loved watching this show as a child!

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Keasha Griffiths
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Keasha Griffiths

The Jeffersons was the best, you finally saw a black man who owned his own business fare n square.

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Angela Shelby
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Angela Shelby

I loved the show and use to watch it all the time as a kid. It was funny, just hilarious 😂

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"All in the Family"

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jennifer cipalone
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jennifer cipalone

One of the greatest funniest shows!! There was no better comedy than those that He created may he rest in peace

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Michelle LaRae
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Michelle LaRae

I can recall growing up watching this show. A lot of laughter went on while watching it. Then when the Jeffersons came out we watched that too. Again, with a lot of laughter! And before everyone goes freaking out about All In The Family for having a racist character in it, so did The Jeffersons!

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Kathryn Teleri Schakel
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Kathryn Teleri Schakel

None of the other shows would have existed had their characters not been developed in this show. Plus Carol O'Connor, a lifelong liberal, did a masterful job portraying his bigoted big mouth character. And Edith! Jean Stapleton was a genius & she perfectly offset Archie. I still ❤️ this show!

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Jill Strother
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Jill Strother

Archie Bunker and the way he spoke to Meathead his son in law.

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Elizabeth DeCarolis
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Elizabeth DeCarolis

such a funny show and it didn't hurt anyone

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Karen Meer
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Karen Meer

It was the original! Jefferson spun off of "all in the family". I love both shows but all in the family touched on so many serious issues of the day. Really the first of its kind. Edith with the menopause, Gloria and Feminism. Mike with Social justice and "loveable" bigot Archie!.

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Tanya Keller
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Tanya Keller

I watched it more & with my family & we still quote the show sometimes.

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Rachel Huffine
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Rachel Huffine

I was a kid when it was on, but my parents - who were socially progressive for the times - watched it, and thus so did I. It was an education for me on the ways of society that I had yet to experience/observe for myself, I also enjoyed getting the same from his other shows as well!

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Which Music Collab Would You Rather Hear?

Which Music Collab Would You Rather Hear?

Niall Horan and Blake Shelton

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Gwen Stefani and Reba McEntire

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Niall Horan and Blake Shelton

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Mary Hanna
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Mary Hanna

I love to see both of them sing toger on the voice

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Connie Ganno
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Connie Ganno

I just think it would be the coolest thing to see those two singing together Blake and Nile oh yeah definitely

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Gwen Stefani and Reba McEntire

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