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  • Notorious cheating scandals -

    Sharon Osbourne and Ozzy Osbourne briefly split in 2016 over the rocker's cheating ways-- specifically his six-month affair with hairstylist Michelle Pugh.

  • Lady Gaga calls Trump a "notorious" bully -

    Lady Gaga isn’t buying Melania Trump’s crusade against online bullying — and that’s because of who she’s married to. The “Born This Way” singer took to ...

  • Notorious Supermodel Demands -

    This week, model Christina Estrada reportedly turned down a $49 million settlement from her ex-husband. Instead, she is seeking a whopping $262 million settlement ...

  • Top Drug Lord 'El Chapo' Fails To Escape Extradition To U.S.

    Notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman has been extradited from a prison in northern Mexico to the United States. The Mexican government made the ...

  • Is It Fair to Call These 15 Celebrities 'Serial Cheaters’?

    These are Hollywood's most notorious cheaters. Once a cheater, always a cheater — or have they changed? Tiger Woods cheated on his now-ex-wife Elin Nordegren with ...

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  • Notorious (2009) - IMDb

    The life and death story of Notorious B.I.G. (a.k.a. Christopher Wallace), who came straight out of Brooklyn to take the world of rap music by storm.

  • Notorious | Define Notorious at

    Notorious definition, widely and unfavorably known: a notorious gambler. See more.

  • Notorious (1946) - IMDb

    Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. With Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains, Louis Calhern. A woman is asked to spy on a group of Nazi friends in South America. How ...

  • Notorious (1946 film) - Wikipedia

    Notorious is a 1946 American film noir spy film directed and produced by Alfred Hitchcock, starring Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman and Claude Rains as three ...

  • Notorious | Definition of Notorious by Merriam-Webster

    Notorious was adopted into English in the 16th century from Medieval Latin notorius, itself from Late Latin's noun notorium, meaning "information" or "indictment."

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