8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Apr 28 2015

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Justin Bieber caused quite the commotion when he crashed Chatworth Charter School's prom in California. (MTV News)
A recent study by Spotify says that 40-year-olds listening to One Direction and Taylor Swift are most likely having a musical midlife crisis. Apparently, they're not feeling 22. (Daily Mail)
The family of the late Sawyer Sweeten (of Everybody Loves Raymond) spoke out following his suicide, saying, "He will live on in shared moments forever." (People)
Raven-Symoné's guest hosting on The View was such a success that ABC chiefs are trying to sign the former child star to the show permanently. (Page Six)
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On Last Week Tonight, John Oliver reminded fashion CEOs of how cheap clothes come at a significant price: Sweatshops are still employing minors overseas. (Time)
Auf wiedersehen, Islamabad. Showtime announced that Homeland will be based in Germany for its fifth season. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Yesterday, Chipotle Mexican Grill became the first major restaurant chain to serve food completely free of genetically engineered ingredients. (The New York Times)
Vanilla Ice, who appears in Adam Sandler's Netflix comedy The Ridiculous Six defended the integrity of the film after Native American actors walked off the set. (Variety)
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