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FULL EPISODE | People Now Thursday February 22, 2018

FULL EPISODE | People Now Thursday February 22, 2018

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Parkland Survivors Address NRA and Senator Marco Rubio at CNN Town Hall Come back every day at 8:30 a.m. EST to watch People Now streaming live from the Meredith offices in New York City, and rebroadcast at 11:30 a.m. EST. Get the absolute latest in celebrity news, real-life people stories & the best of fashion and food. Want even more? Watch clips from yesterday’s People Now.
Marcus Lemonis Is Married! The Profit Star Opens Up About His Wedding Day: 'I Cried'

Marcus Lemonis Is Married! The Profit Star Opens Up About His Wedding Day: 'I Cried'

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Congratulations are in order for Marcus Lemonis. The Profit star, 44, wed Bobbi Raffel over the weekend, he confirmed to Page Six after teasing photos on his Instagram page. “I cried,” he revealed to Page Six. “It was just a really special day. Nothing spectacular, very simple. It was just awesome.” The CEO of Camping World, America’s largest RV and outdoor retailer, also told Page Six that he met Raffel about two years ago, after purchasing a fashion business she previously owned. Lemonis shared photos of the ceremony on social media — including images of the wedding bands, bouquet and outdoor venue. He captioned each photo with “Almost” before posting a black and white selfie with his bride. “Almost is now forever!” he wrote. Page Six confirmed that the two tied the knot at the Hotel Bel
Margot Robbie, Octavia Spencer and More Oscar Nominees on the Movies That Make Them Cry

Margot Robbie, Octavia Spencer and More Oscar Nominees on the Movies That Make Them Cry

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Watch the Jess Cagle interview, sponsored by Ford. From Call Me By Your Name and The Shape of Water to Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, this year’s crop of Oscar films are sure to make you shed a tear. But what movies can make even an Oscar nominee cry? Turns out, almost all of them. A number of female nominees sat down with PEOPLE for an exclusive photo portfolio and video interviews, where they dished on which films give them the feels. “E.T., that will get me every time,” said Sally Hawkins. But while Octavia Spencer said E.T. evoked a variety of emotions from her, she admitted she usually had a different reaction to the classic film. “It makes me heart chuckle,” she said. Phantom Thread‘s Lesley Manville said Cinema Paradiso made her list for sentimental reasons. “The movie t
288-Lb. Woman Becomes Heaviest to Run a Marathon and Aims for Ironman: 'It's About Visibility'

288-Lb. Woman Becomes Heaviest to Run a Marathon and Aims for Ironman: 'It's About Visibility'

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When Ragen Chastain sets a goal, she wants it to be nearly unattainable. Which is how she went from hating running to signing up for a marathon. “I decided I wanted to try a challenge and jump out of my comfort zone, and distance running had always been the thing that I was worse at in the entire world,” Chastain, 41, a speaker and writer, tells PEOPLE. “So I signed up for a marathon first thing.” Plus the Los Angeles-based Chastain, who weighs 288 lbs., wanted to bring visibility to runners of different sizes. “I was looking around for other plus-size people who had done marathons, and I saw a lot of people who started the marathon but didn’t finish it,” she says. “So I was just really inspired by the idea of being plus-size and finishing the marathon, and the visibility that would create
Reese Witherspoon and Ellen DeGeneres Battle Over Being Oprah Winfrey's BFF

Reese Witherspoon and Ellen DeGeneres Battle Over Being Oprah Winfrey's BFF

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Oprah Winfrey was voted most popular in high school, and it appears her glowing reputation has followed her into adulthood — so much so that Ellen DeGeneres and Reese Witherspoon both thought themselves to be the media mogul’s best friend. During a recent appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the host appeared to be jealous that their longtime friendship was being challenged by Witherspoon, Winfrey’s A Wrinkle in Time costar. While the 64-year-old TV icon questioned why people need to rank their relationships with their pals, Witherspoon made a surprise appearance. “Here’s the thing: why can’t we all just be best friends?” Winfrey asked. “I mean, we can,” Witherspoon, 41, replied. “But we’re going to be better friends than you are with Ellen.” To settle the score, DeGeneres, 60, and With