8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Jun 09 2015

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Rosie O'Donnell wrote a poem about Kalief Browder, revealing that they shared text messages one hour before his death. (Rosie)
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Holy streaming win! Netflix has gained distribution rights to War Machine, starring Brad Pitt as a rock star Army general, based on Gen. Stanley McChrystal. (Deadline)
After winning Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play at the Tonys, Helen Mirren shared one more award she's dying to receive: "I really want a Grammy!" (The Hollywood Reporter)
Didn't get enough of Florence + the Machine at Governor's Ball this weekend? Don't worry! The sultry singer announced that she'll be expanding her tour with new fall dates. (Just Jared)
Police arrived to the Hot 97 concert outside of MetLife stadium in East Rutherford, NJ on Sunday night in riot gear, and used tear gas to try and disperse the crowd after bottles were allegedly thrown at them. (Entertainment Weekly)
Today, San Francisco lawmakers will vote on two proposals that could restrict local residents' ability to use Airbnb, following a report by the home-sharing company about its positive impact on the city. (TIME)
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In not one of her finest moments, Kate Moss was allegedly escorted off of an airplane for disruptive behavior, after being denied alcohol by a flight attendant. (People)
As the Supreme Court's decision grows near, a new survey from the Pew Research Center points out where Republicans and Democrats stand on same-sex marriage. (The New York Times)
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