‘General Hospital’s Hayley Erin Is Okay With Kiki’s Death, Ready To Close That Chapter Of Her Life

Hayley Erin is moving on to her next big project.

Everyone at General Hospital has said their goodbyes to Hayley Erin as her character, Kiki Jerome, was murdered by serial killer Ryan Chamberlain. While it looked like maybe the she would be able to juggle the ABC soap and her new gig on the Pretty Little Liars spin-off, The Perfectionists, it just couldn’t be worked out that way. Now the actress is dishing on what happened that led up to the final decision to kill Kiki.

Soap Opera Digest chatted with Erin in their recent issue about her feelings on what went down and her brutal departure from the show. SheKnows Soaps revealed some of the interview as she talked about how much she wanted her busy schedule to work with both gigs. Even Executive Producer Frank Valentini thought that maybe it would all work out. However, it just wasn’t going the way they had hoped. The 24-year-old said that leaving General Hospital behind was “the only option left.”

Hayley said that she wasn’t upset when she was told that Kiki would be killed off. In fact, she dished that she kind of felt relieved when she found out. She explained that everything worked out just fine as she moves on to another show.

“Everyone was really sweet and gracious about it, so I didn’t feel like I was being cast aside or sent off in some sort of negative way. It was sort of a cathartic way to leave and move on to my next project, the death of a character that I’ve been playing and living for all these years.”

The actress admitted how much she will miss her GH co-stars. It was hard to say goodbye, but she will be continuing those friendships that she has made over the years outside of this job. One of her important relationships includes her soap mom, Maura West. She was apparently not on set on Erin’s last day of work, but they have talked since then and will in the future as she moves on.

It sounds like Hayley Erin’s departure has been a surprisingly positive experience for her. Despite feeling bittersweet about leaving the GH set for the very last time, she said that her feelings driving away that day was “interesting.”

“It felt like I closed such a beautiful chapter in such a positive way that I could sort of take stock of it all and think about all the people I met there and what a positive impact they made on my life.”

Her fans are sad to see her go, but they will be able to catch her later next year on her new show on Freeform. You can still catch all of the drama this week on General Hospital as Kiki’s funeral will begin on Monday.

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'Umbrella Academy' Trailer: Six Adopted Kids Have to Stop the Global Apocalypse

If the X-Men franchise has been disappointing you in recent years, maybe you’ll take solace in a different kind of mutant superhero story that has flares of Watchmen, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children and Atomic Blonde all mixed together.

Umbrella Academy, based on the comic book series created and written by Gerard Way, is a new series coming to Netflix in February, and the first trailer has just arrived with some 1980s pop music to usher in the story about a group of adopted misfits who must band together to stop the world from ending.

Umbrella Academy Trailer

This has the potential to be Netflix’s next hit series. It has the right mix of nostalgia (at least with the soundtrack), appeal to the youth and comic book style to hit the right demographics, and it actually looks good too. Of course, it has a lot to live up to since the first limited run of the series won the 2008 Eisner Award for Best Finite Series/Limited Series.

The cast features an eclectic line-up of talent, including Ellen Page, Mary J. Blige, Cameron Britton, Tom Hopper, David Castañeda, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Robert Sheehan, Aidan Gallagher, Colm Feore, Adam Godley, John Magaro, Ashley Madekwe, and Kate Walsh.

On the same day in 1989, forty-three infants are inexplicably born to random, unconnected women who showed no signs of pregnancy the day before. Seven are adopted by a billionaire who creates The Umbrella Academy and prepares his “children” to save the world. Now, the six surviving members reunite upon the news of their father’s passing and must work together to solve a mystery surrounding his death. But the estranged family begins to come apart due to their divergent personalities and abilities, not to mention the imminent threat of a global apocalypse.

The Umbrella Academy is based on the comic book series created and written by Gerard Way, illustrated by Gabriel Bá, and published by Dark Horse Comics. The show is produced by Universal Cable Productions for Netflix, with Steve Blackman serving as executive producer and showrunner, and additional EPs Jeff F. King, Mike Richardson, Keith Goldberg, Gerard Way, and Gabriel Bá.

Umbrella Academy arrives on Netflix on February 15, 2019.

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Outlander Recap: Lord John Grey Area

Need to catch up? Check out the previous Outlander recap here.

Welcome to North Carolina, Lord John Grey! Glad to have you here. Make sure to take in the vista from the ridge. Watch out for snakes in the privy. And before you head home, may we suggest stopping by the gift shop? There’s a buy-one-get-one deal on the “I Went to the New World and All I Got Was the Measles and an Emotionally Bareknuckled Brawl With the Vindictive Wife of My True Love” T-shirt.

This week’s Outlander marks the return of the second son of Viscount Melton, who brings William to see his biological father. And the fact that John does a whole lot of looking — or rather gazing — at Jamie himself? Purely coincidence, we’re sure.

Read on for the highlights of “Blood of My Blood.”

OH HEY, JOHN GREY | Jamie is sawing logs outside the house when Lord John rides up, and we get a good shot of Grey’s face as he sees Jamie. Girl, same. Fraser is very surprised to see his friend, who explains that he’s got business in Virginia and thought he’d stop by while he was in the neighborhood. “Virginia is some way north, John,” Jamie says, dubious. (It should be noted that the neck of Big Red’s is doing the equivalent of a verra deep V, as if it somehow sensed that the Notorious LJG was in the vicinity.) “He’s here with me,” Lord John continues, explaining that he wanted a word alone with Jamie before bringing young Master William — aka Jamie’s oblivious son — up to the house.

Unbeknownst to both men, Claire and Murtagh already have made William’s acquaintance. The boy’s legs are covered in leeches from wading in the stream, and he’s freaking. Claire calms him down, plucks them off and gives a biology lesson that no one asked for about leeches’ healthcare uses. Then she and Murtagh bring William up to the house.

Before they arrive, John informs Jamie that 1) Isobel died recently, 2) Willie prefers to be called “William” now, and 3) it’s probably best that no one bring up the fact that Jamie is actually William’s dad, cool? Just then, the leech brigade arrives at the house, and Claire literally stops short when she sees Grey sitting at her hearth. It’s a toss-up, though, as to who’s more rankled by the Brit’s presence: Murtagh is equally displeased to see his former jailer in the Colonies. “The past is past. Lord John is a trusted friend,” Jamie whispers when he and his godfather are alone for a moment, adding that John saved Murtagh’s life at Ardsmuir.

EXIT MURTAGH | Everyone gets along well until dinner that night, when Grey casually drops that he’s pals with Gov. Tryon — and that Tryon is building a palace. “A rather untimely investment,” Claire says, not doing much to hide the fact that she 100 percent sides with the hot dish of simmering Murtagh seated to her right. It gets ugly — John calls the Regulators “unreasonable and dangerous,” and then Murtagh says that he’s actually describing the governor, and then eventually Murtagh abruptly stands and leaves. “A pleasant evening, indeed,” Grey says, standing to bid the Frasers’ guest adieu. Murtagh makes the most Scottish of noises, something akin to “mmmmmphdfmmmmghhmmmm” and departs. Outside, Murtagh can’t figure out why Jamie cares so much about John being there for William. And then? “He’s yours, isn’t he?” the older man asks. Jamie swears him to secrecy, saying that William will lose his entire inheritance if anyone finds out he’s a bastard. “Don’t worry about me keeping your secrets,” Murtagh says, though he doesna sound happy about it. “I’ve kept them, each and every one.”

After dinner, after witnessing Jamie with the horses, William puts together that he’s actually “Mac” the groomsman from Helwater. “Do you still have the wooden snake I carved for you?” Jamie asks. “I’m too old for toys, sir,” the boy responds, and if we had one of those Grinch-cams on Jamie’s heart, I’m sure we’d see it shrink two sizes from that comment alone.

Jamie and John prepare to sit down for a game of chess, but first, Jamie has drop his voice a few octaves and tell Claire that he’s been dreaming of a moment alone with her for weeks. (Young Ian, by the way, is out on a hunting trip with the Cherokee.) The Frasers share a lingering kiss outside, but then she reminds him that he’s got host duties to attend to. “But as soon as our guests leave, I’ll be expecting your full attention,” she purrs. GUYS. Not that all of this extended foreplay isn’t sweet and sexy, but remember how you used to go at it on hillsides and near campfires and while Murtagh was on the other side of the damn bedroom door? You can do quick and dirty, is all I’m saying. If there’s not time to lay out the whole feast, so to speak, there’s probably a moment for quick snack, no?

Anyway, back inside, Jamie and John drink and play chess and generally enjoy each other’s company. “Do you feel yourself content?” JLG asks his friend. “I have all that a man could want,” Jamie replies.

FISHING FOUL | The next morning, Lord John is looking rather, well, gray. And when he nearly falls over as he says goodbye to Claire, it’s clear that he’s sick. She quickly ascertains that he’s likely got measles, and though she and Jamie are both immune, William will have to stay away for at least six days.

“I’ll take the lad for a tour,” Jamie assures John. But William doesn’t want to go, and Jamie has to bodily remove him from the premises like an overstimulated toddler in the Dollar Aisle at Target. Or, really, me in the Dollar Aisle at Target. (Side note: I laughed out loud at Sam Heughan’s delivery of “Don’t kick. It’s ill-mannered” as William hammered his heels at his shins.)

When his mood improves, William warms to both Jamie and the land, which he says is the most beautiful he’s ever seen. Jamie teaches the boy how to catch fish with his hands and how to dress a stag he’s shot, and things seem to be going well until William gets very sad at dinner one night. Jamie realizes that he’s afraid John is going to die, but he’s incapable of comforting him.

In the morning, Jamie wakes up to find William lifting a fish from a Cherokee trap — and the Cherokee who also see him do it are not best pleased. When one of the Native Americans says that the boy must pay with blood, Jamie yells out the truth, saying, “The boy is my son! His blood is my blood” and asking them to hurt him, instead. But William can’t let Jamie take the blame, and steps up at the last minute for his punishment. The Cherokee man meting out justice merely scratches his blade against William’s hand; it bleeds, but not much. As the Cherokee turn and leave, William slowly falls into Jamie, hugging him. Jamie credits the man’s mercy to William’s bravery. (“And idiocy,” I add.)

THE SMACKDOWN | Back at the house, when an ailing John mentions that he and Isobel were more like siblings than husband and wife, Claire asks, “Was she satisfied at that? To be your sister?” Claire, I know he’s sweating up your linens and all, but that’s just not hospitable. John shoots back that he was an adequate husband for her, “in all ways,” and things get even more bristly between the two of them as his illness progresses

“You’re envious of the time Jamie and I shared together, and with William,” he says, speaking the truth. She mentions that she and Jamie have an adult daughter, which she knows will wound him a bit. He says he came so that Jamie could see William. Or, she remarks, “to allow you to see Jamie.” John is about to cry as he calls her “devastatingly straightforward.” And when she says she can’t help it, she was born that way, he merely mutters, “So was I” as a tear rolls down his cheek.

On the worst day, John is shirtless and speckled like a egg, his eyes glassy and his cache of effs to give completely used up. He confesses that he felt nothing when Isobel died, and that he’d come to Virginia “to see whether I could still feel.” Breathing like he’s on the last leg of a marathon, he wheezes out, “Oh it’s hard. It’s hard watching you with him.” And when Claire asks why he’s torturing himself, because he knows he could never have him, John’s not too far gone to land the perfect arrow: “I could have had him.” BAM. Claire tells him to stop talking, and while you guys know I love her more than a grown woman probably should love a fictional character, even I’ve got to admit: Game, set, measles match to Lord John!

THE RING THING | The next morning, John is doing much better, and he apologizes for his “lack of discretion.” Oh you two, there’s stuff in your future that’ll make last night look like Sesame Street in comparison, but we’ll hold off on that for now. They bond about being terrible partners to otherwise good people, and then she asks if he still has feelings for Jamie. “I do,” he answers. “Yes. God help me.”

Just then, Jamie and William return, and both are very happy to see Grey much improved. When the Grey men leave a day or so later, Claire and Jamie are a little wrung out, touching foreheads and closing their eyes as their guests make their way off the ridge.

The upside of being alone? Jamie can give Claire a leisurely bath in the middle of the cabin. And that’s where he gives her the ring he had Murtagh make, in the thistle pattern we know from the book, which features an inscription that translates to “Give me a thousand kisses.” She stands up, still dripping from the bath, and he carries her to the bed, where they get to work on reaching that smoochy total.

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Pixie Lott stuns in vintage-style bikini on a romantic holiday with her fiancé Oliver Cheshire

The popstar, 27, wore the vintage-style matching two piece as she stepped out of the sea in Barbados after earlier putting herself in the driving seat while on a jet-ski.



The couple – who have been dating for eight years – enjoyed a break ahead of their wedding next year, with The Voice Kids coach Pixie revealing she wants a whopping eighteen bridesmaids for her nuptials in May.

Pixie clearly likes to splash out in more ways than one.




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Holly Willoughby will not be returning to This Morning until 2019

Phillip Schofield has confirmed that Holly Willoughby won’t be returning to This Morning until 2019.

The 37-year-old presenter has been hosting I’m A Celebrity in Australia, with Rochelle Humes taking over her role back in the UK.

Asked whether Holly would be returning this year by a fan, Phil confirmed that she wouldn’t and that their first co-hosting gig would be on Dancing On Ice.

He wrote: "Nope, she can’t get back in time, the first time we’re on telly together is @dancingonice in the new year."

This evening, Harry Redknapp was crowned I’m A Celebrity 2018 winner.

After being announced as winner, Harry said tonight: "Without them [campmates] I would never have survived. They’ve dragged me up hills and pulled me through water."

Harry started to tear up and got very emotional when speaking about his beloved wife Sandra just moments before they were reunited on the bridge.

Speaking about being separated from Sandra, the much-loved campmate said: "Very difficult. It wasn’t easy."

Harry said: "It is amazing to be king, I came in here blind and Sandra kept telling me to watch it. But I wanted to take it as it comes.

“It’s been a great experience, I’ve loved it. It’s been brilliant. My mates all said ‘you’ll last two days Harry’, that I’d miss my family and football and I’m still here today. I have laughed and laughed and laughed, it’s been brilliant.


“I have a very happy home life but actually laughing and laughing, I have not done that for a long time. “It is because every day you have to go into work and be serious. We have not been afraid to laugh at each other.

“Football is a serious business and you are up and down and you are low. It is a lonely business. Actually laughing and letting yourself.

“Now I can’t wait to kiss Sandra and have a shower.”

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Jamie Redknapp pumps fist as he celebrates dad Harry’s I’m A Celebrity victory

Jamie Redknapp pumped his fist with joy after his dad was crowned king on the I’m A Celebrity jungle .

Harry’s proud son and delighted grandkids jumped to their feet and started celebrating at home.

Jamie posted the adorable video on Instagram just moments after Harry was reunited with his beloved wife Sandra on the bridge.

Jamie captioned the clip: "I never thought I’d say this but I’m so proud to have my dad as the king of the jungle. We love you! Now come home please, we all miss you!!"

The Sky Sports pundit then phoned in to Extra Camp to tell Harry "the kids are so proud of you" in emotional scenes.


"Hello dad, I’ve missed you mate," said Jamie as he spoke to Harry for the first time in weeks.

Harry replied: "I’m alright, you? I bet you’ve been cringing watching me."

Proud Jamie said: "You’ve been amazing. Everyone is so proud of you."

Emily Atack, who had previously spoken about dating single Jamie, then shouted out to the former footballer.

"Keep away from Emily, she’ll be too much for you," joked Harry.

Giggling Jamie told Emily that she needed to tell his dad what Tinder is.

Confused Harry said: "Is that what we started the fire with? No, obviously not."

Opening up, Jamie said: "I must be honest I wanted to thank the campmates for looking after him. How you put up with him, you were so caring to him.

"I was more worried about them. he can’t cook. Thank you so much for looking after him."

In an emotional final message, Jamie said: "Dad, all the kids are so proud of you."

There were fears Jamie would not be watching after he was spotted enjoying a night out at Capital FM’s Jingle Bell Ball.

The former footballer was pictured posing up at the annual festive concert at London’s O2 Arena tonight.

Rather than a night in front of the telly to cheer on his dad, it would seem Jamie has opted to watch live performances from Cheryl, Little Mix and Jason Derulo instead.

However, all was not as it seemed.

The 45-year-old smiled for the cameras as he arrived at the event, dressed casually in jeans and a jumper with a smart coat on top.

It turns out Jamie was simply taking his kids along to the concert before getting home in time to watch his dad crowned King of the Jungle.

I’m A Celebrity airs tonight on ITV at 9pm

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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 9: Seth Gilliam Insists It Wasn’t Father Gabriel’s Fault Negan Escaped [SPOILERS]

If it wasn’t Father Gabriel, could the guard on duty have purposely set Negan free?

The Season 9 mid-season finale episode of AMC’s The Walking Dead saw the escape of resident captured bad guy, Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan.) After playing catch in his prison cell, Negan eventually realized his cell door was unlocked and he walked free. However, was it really Father Gabriel’s (Seth Gilliam) fault this happened? The actor who plays Gabriel says no.

SPOILER ALERT: This article discusses the mid-season finale episode of AMC’s The Walking Dead Season 9. Please proceed with caution if you have not yet seen this episode and wish to avoid spoilers.

When Father Gabriel had a run in with Negan in the mid-season finale episode of The Walking Dead, he left in a hurry, slamming the door behind him. Later, Negan discovered the door was unlocked and escaped from his cell in Alexandria. However, even though Father Gabriel left in a hurry and didn’t check the door when he stormed off, the actor who plays Gabriel insists that it wasn’t his fault Negan escaped, according to Insider.

At the Walker Stalker panel in Edison, New Jersey on Saturday afternoon, a fan asked Seth Gilliam about Negan’s escape and Seth was emphatic in his belief that it wasn’t Father Gabriel’s fault Negan escaped. Instead, Seth blamed the guard on duty for the mistake.

“I think he’d be p*ssed at the guard that he left on duty when he slammed the gate — shut and locked,” Gilliam said.

“There was a guard on duty when Gabriel slammed the cell door, locked, who was in charge of making sure that Negan did not get out.”

And then, when questioned further about whether Gabriel might have let Negan out on purpose, Gilliam responded accordingly. “No, Father Gabriel did not let Negan out on purpose,” he insisted.

Which then begs the question, did the guard let Negan out on purpose? Considering that there are, potentially, still remnants of the Saviors banded together, there is the possibility that this escape was a long time coming and that, perhaps, the guard was waiting for his moment to free the former leader of the Saviors. Gabriel’s quick departure might have created the opportunity that was required to allow Negan to escape without firmly pointing the finger at anyone, making it appear that it was an honest mistake.

Fans of the hit zombie apocalypse series will likely have to wait until Season 9 of The Walking Dead returns on February 10 to find out who let Negan escape and why. The show airs on Sunday nights at 9 p.m. on AMC.

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Jodie Whittaker will definitely return for next season of Doctor Who

The BBC has announced that Jodie Whittaker will continue to play the titular Time Lord in the next season of Doctor Who. The corporation also confirmed that Whittaker’s costars — Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill, and Tosin Cole — will also be coming back for the next run of shows. Season 11 will premiere on BBC America in early 2020.

“We’re off again!” said Doctor Who showrunner Chris Chibnall in a statement. “Well we never actually stopped — as Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor and friends have been winning the hearts of families, we’ve been busy with a whole new set of action packed adventures for the Thirteenth Doctor. We adore making this show and have been blown away by the response from audiences, so we can’t wait to bring more scares, more monsters and more Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole. Brilliant!”

Watch the trailer for Sunday night’s finale of the current season of Doctor Who, above.

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Strictly’s Faye Tozer suffers awkward wardrobe malfunction in thigh-split dress

Faye Tozer suffered an awkward wardrobe malfunction on Strictly Come Dancing tonight after her excitement got the better of her.

The former Steps singer, 43, bagged a place in the final tonight and was utterly delighted.

She and partner Giovanni Pernice scored 37 for their Samba and a 39 for their impressive Argentine Tango.

When the finalists were confirmed, they all joined Claudia Winkleman away from the stage.

However Faye later leapt up and bent over to hug the rest of the finalists – not realising that the split in her dress showed her pants.


Fans took to Twitter to point out the awkward mishap.

One tweeted: "Faye’s dress was not designed for bending over so far #Strictly #scd."

While another commented: "#strictly well @Faye_Tozer spilt was high….. Front and back on her dress oh errr Mrs!!!!"

Tonight, Lauren Steadman narrowly missed out on the final this evening after landing in the dance-off with Ashley Roberts.

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The 25-year-old paralympian and AJ Pritchard sat at the bottom of the leaderboard after performing both of their dances this evening.

The pair had to dance their Tango to Nutbush City Limits by Tina Turner in a bid to get the judges to send them through to next week.

All four judges chose to save Ashley and Pasha for the third week running.

Delivering the deciding vote was Bruno, who said: "Well first I would like to say that all of you should be very very proud of what you have accomplished so far, you really did very very well. I have to choose a dance that is more accomplished overall so I will go for Ashley and Pasha."

*Strictly returns next Saturday on BBC One

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Is Diana Gabaldon Writing More 'Outlander' Books?

Whether you’ve been a fan of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander books for years or discovered them through the hit Starz TV series they inspired, chances are you can’t get enough of the adventures of time-traveling Claire and her Scottish husband Jamie Fraser. And thankfully, there’s no danger of the show outpacing the books (unlike Game of Thrones). Season 4, which premiered in November 2018, covers events from Drums of Autumn, the fourth novel in the eight-book series. That means there could be another four seasons of Outlander just based on the existing novels, assuming Starz doesn’t cancel the show.

But if you’re keeping up with the books in addition to the TV show, you’re probably a bit impatient. The last Outlander novel, Written in My Own Heart’s Blood, came out in 2014. That means book readers have been waiting four long years to find out what’s next for Claire and Jamie.

Diana Gabaldon’s next book might be out in 2019


Gabaldon has already announced the title of the next book in the Outlander series: Go Tell The Bees That I Am Gone. On her website, she said she hoped to have the book finished by 2018. While no release date has been set yet, there’s a good chance that the book will come out sometime in 2019, at least according to fansites.

Gabaldon has said that it takes her three to four years to write each of her lengthy novels. That means she’s right on schedule for book nine, even though she’s admitted that all the additional travel she’d done because of the interest in the show has cut down on her productivity.

If you want a preview of what’s to come in book 9, you can read excerpts on Diana Gabaldon’s website.

The Outlander series will end with book 10  

Caitriona Balfe as Claire in Outlander | Starz

Now for the bad news. While fans would likely be happy to follow Claire and Jamie’s romantic adventures forever, Gabaldon has said she plans to end the series after book 10.

During a Q&A at EW PopFest in 2016, a fan asked about a scene in the very first Outlander episode, when Jamie sees Claire in 1940s Scotland. How Jamie (who’s spent the entire series so far in the 1700s) got to the 20th century hasn’t been explained, but Gabaldon said that fans would finally get an answer in the last book.

“It’ll be the very last thing in the last book, which I think is probably book 10,” she said.

While we don’t know exactly when the next Outlander books will come out, there is one thing that’s for sure. Contrary to rumors, Gabaldon has no plans to kill off her beloved main characters.

“It’ll likely be another five years before I get anywhere near the end of Book Ten (and for the record, I _don’t_ intend to kill Jamie and Claire off. If one of them happens to die on me, that’s another issue, but no expectation of that happening at the moment),” the author wrote in a Facebook post addressing the rumor.

As for the show, the Season 4 finale will air on Starz on January 27, 2019. And Season 5 and Season 6 are in the works. The network confirmed earlier this year that it’s renewed the show for two more seasons.

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