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In less than two weeks the royal wedding will commence and an estimated one-billion people will be watching. Among the designers who work in the wedding, gown industry will be laser-focused on the bride’s gown. Industry officials are hoping the American actress’ choice of a dress is sexy and trend-setting and will cause a spike in sales. The wedding dress market is already a $32-billion dollar industry. Fashion experts say when the bride-to-be wears a type of coat, it sells out in a minute. They’re hoping her gown sets off the same reaction.

That thing you tend to throw away in your take-out box is returning as a new idea for a “second helping” as one of your favorite desserts. From out of the oven and into a bowl pizza crust ice cream is coming your way Bruno pizza in new york is making and selling it for $5 dollars a scoop. The topping that’s put into ice cream is made with fresh organic wheat from upstate new york, ground to flour, toasted and charred the restaurant owner says it tastes toasty, malty and a little sweet.

The University of Florida apologized Sunday after several black students were pulled off the stage during a commencement ceremony. The students were celebrating their achievements by dancing – when an usher pulled them off stage. University President W. Kent Fuchs acknowledged the staffer’s “inappropriately aggressive” conduct. He assured parents and students that the hands-on removal process has been banned from all future ceremonies.

Monday marks a favorite night for the fashion world the met gala at the metropolitan museum of art in new york. Hollywood’s biggest stars and fashion insiders will all be at the fundraising event. The theme this year is “heavenly bodies: fashion and the Catholic imagination.” Hosts include Rihanna, Amal Clooney, Donatella Versace, and Vogue Editor-In-Chief Anna Wintour. Fun fact president trump proposed to Melania at the met gala 14 years ago. 

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