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Stassi Schroeder wears ‘fairytale’ wedding dress to marry Beau Clark in Italy

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May 12, 2022 | 11:07am

Stassi Schroeder is a bride once again.

The former “Vanderpump Rules” star finally had her dream wedding in Italy, saying “I do” to Beau Clark in Rome, where the groom’s family lives.

Schroeder, 33, chose an ethereal off-the-shoulder tulle gown by Galia Lahav, wearing a custom version of the designer’s “Magnolia” style for the big day.

“It was an absolute dreamy experience to work with Stassi on her fairytale wedding and make her bridal visions come to life!” Lahav said in a press release.

Lahav also designed Schroeder’s sexy rehearsal dinner gown, a similarly off-the-shoulder design with a high slit.

The groom wore a classic black tuxedo for the couple’s second nuptials.

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Schroeder’s gown was covered in tulle with a voluminous ballgown silhouette.
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Clark, 42, and Schroeder first tied the knot in a secret backyard ceremony in September 2020, when the latter was pregnant with their daughter, Harford, and their lavish European plans were canceled due to COVID-19.

While fellow “VPR” star Katie Maloney was in attendance, it appears that few other Bravo stars made the trip, with Kristen Doute, Jax Taylor, Scheana Shay, Tom Sandoval, Lala Kent and Lisa Vanderpump all noticeably absent.

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The former “Vanderpump Rules” star pulled her hair back in an elegant bun.
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Also nowhere to be found were Bravo cameras. Before the network fired Schroeder in 2020 for her past racist remarks, Bravo had planned to film her nuptials for a spinoff involving the original cast who have gone on to get married and have children.

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One Side Defined His Craft to Become a Standout in Atlanta

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One Side is an artist from Atlanta, Georgia. His music is all about bridging the gaps between the punch of hip-hop/pop and the melodies of the modern scene, making for a catchy, yet direct and edgy sound. He has actually grabbed the attention of many top labels in the industry, and there is a lot of interest in his music right now. He has a lot of hype behind his name, and it’s incredible if you think that he has not even released a whole catalog of music like other artists have done! With just a few singles to his name, he is already becoming one of the heavy hitters of the Atlanta Music scene, and many industry insiders and other known artists are taking notice! 

Having been active at a young age, One Side really worked hard to refine his craft and come up with a very original creative approach, and his efforts have definitely paid off. With singles like “Boss Up” and “Real Diamonds,” he has earned hundreds of thousands of plays on streaming platforms, and he keeps on growing his audience on a whole new level. He still has a big vault of unreleased music, which he plans on releasing gradually, over the next few months. His songs are a great example of his sonic vision, as the artist is all about creating music that engages people and connects with the audience on a deeper level. The crisp production aesthetics and dense arrangements of his songs echo the work of artists such as Drake, Jay Z or Kendrick Lamar, just to mention a few. With so much quality on tap, it is not surprising to see that One Side is hailed as the biggest and most promising up and coming artist out of the thriving rap scene in Atlanta. He has touched many thousands of people with his music, and his lyrics are incredibly edgy and spontaneous, allowing him to explore different topics in a very honest and genuine way. The realness of his music is totally spot-on, and there is something quite special about how his singles are deep on a lyrical standpoint but also incredibly catchy, showcasing what it is like to be a true rapper on the grind, hustling to get heard and building his legacy, one song at a time. At the moment, things are looking up for One Side, as he has a couple 7-figure deals on the table. However, he is now fully focused on releasing his new singles “Dangerous Love,” “Villain,” and “So Long” which are highly anticipated by One Side’s fans and industry connections alike! The first thing people will notice about these songs is certainly the high quality of this production, in terms of sonic aesthetics. The instrumental mix is balanced and direct, with a really deep low end and a crunchy mid-range that adds a lot of excitement to the track. In addition to that, the treble range is smooth and bright, adding a lot of silky edge to the mix, and allowing the vocals to really pop to the forefront of the mix, much like you would expect from some of the best modern rap music out there. One Side has got everything it takes to climb up to the top of the rap scene, and each song is a step forward for him to get there and reach the highest points in his career.

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Sylvan Esso Straddle Line Between Pleasure and Pain on ‘Sunburn’

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Sylvan Esso straddle the line between pleasure and pain on their surprise new song, “Sunburn,” which dropped Wednesday at midnight.  It’s the electronic pop duo’s first new music since 2020’s Free Love.

“Sunburn, blistering… but it felt so good,” Amelia Meath sings over Nick Sanborn’s pulsating production.

The song is a study in contrasts, detailing the exhilaration of pursuing pleasure and pushing the envelope — and surviving the consequences later. As the band explained in a statement: “’Sunburn’ is: eating candy til you’re sick; riding your bike too fast down a hill; when you’re five years old and don’t want to get out of the water, and by the end you’re shivering and all your fingers are pruney and your lips are turned purple; an undertow that sneaks up unsuspectingly; the painful pulsing pink of swollen eyelids leftover after a day lying in the sun; plunging forward without time for second-guessing.”

“Sunburn” was recorded at Sylvan Esso’s Betty’s studio in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and at Dahlia Ave in Los Angeles.

This week, Sylvan Esso will perform three headlining shows at Durham Athletic Park from May 19 through 21, marking their biggest hometown shows to date. This summer, the band will hit the road on a tour supporting Odesza and appear at a number of festivals — including Massachusetts’ Solid Sound Festival, Michigan’s Electric Forest and Las Vegas’ Life Is Beautiful.

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Fyre Festival Swindler Billy McFarland Receives Early Release from Prison

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Billy McFarland, the brains behind the infamously fraudulent Fyre Festival, has been released from federal prison over a year before the completion of his sentence, prison records show.

According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons’ online inmate search, McFarland was released into the custody of New York’s Residential Reentry Management, the federal agency responsible for placing released prisoners into halfway houses. TMZ reported that McFarland, who was scheduled to remain incarcerated until August 2023, was placed into the Residential Reentry Management on March 30.

Fyre Festival, which McFarland organized alongside rapper JaRule, was billed as a luxury experience — part music festival, part highly cultivated social event — aimed at luring terminally online would-be influencers and millennials with cash to the Bahamian island of Great Exuma for two “transformative” weekends of non-stop partying. The event was promoted on social media by high-profile personalities including Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Hailey Baldwin, and Emily Ratajkowski — all of whom were paid for their involvement and later distanced themselves from McFarland and the festival.

In reality, McFarland conned investors and failed to deliver on anything the festival promised. (The 30-year-old, who pled guilty to wire fraud and misleading investors, told federal prosecutors in 2018 that he “grossly underestimated” the resources needed to produce such an event.) Attendees — many of whom had spent thousands of dollars hoping to hobnob with models and catch performances from acts including Blink 182, Pusha T and Migos — arrived on the island to find themselves housed in “refugee” tents, a venue with little to no infrastructure, and meals that consisted of nothing more than meager cheese sandwiches in styrofoam boxes. The subsequent shitshow captivated the Internet for days and led to the creation of documentaries from both Netflix and Hulu documenting the festival’s creation and demise.

McFarland’s release comes the same day as fellow con artist and so-called “Pharma Bro” Martin Shkreli was also released from federal prison into a BOP halfway house in New York. However, the BOP’s inmate search site still reports Shkreli is housed at FCI Allenwood Low, a low-security facility in Allenwood, Pennsylvania — so it doesn’t look like we’ll be treated to a real-life version of Big Brother: Mega Douche Edition just yet.

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