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The D-List: Tuesday

Demi Lovato Celebrates Grammy Nom With Christina Aguilera

Demi Lovato has received a Grammy nomination and she's celebrating with the help of Christina Aguilera. Lovato posted a picture on Instagram of the two with the comment, "Oh this happened." Their song "Fall in Line" is in the running for the best pop duo/group performance, and is Demi's second Grammy nomination.

Investigator Suing Netflix for Portrayal in “Making a Murderer”

A former Manitowoc County investigator is suing Netflix for the way he was portrayed in their hit series "Making A Murderer." In the lawsuit, Andrew Colborn alleges that "Making A Murderer" made false accusations about his actions as an officer and says the series "falsely led viewers to believe the evidence was planted to frame Steven Avery."

Andrew Colborn is suing for defamation, emotional distress, and negligence and wants a retraction and a judgment against the defendants in front of a jury.

Cardi B's "Carpool Karaoke" Turns Into Driving Lesson

One thing we can figure out from Cardi B's appearance on Carpool Karaoke is that she can't drive! Even though she has a lot of luxury cars, she doesn't drive them. James Corden gave Cardi a driving lesson. It was unsuccessful as she rolled over cones and knocked over flags in a parking lot. During the 14 minute clip, Cardi and Corden spit parts of Bodak Yellow, Money, Be Careful and Drip. Cardi and Corden also crashed a senior citizen's exercise class where she performed I Like It.

Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson Cover "No Tears Left To Cry"

Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson left their SNL performance and took the show to England. The two did a set in the BBC Radio Live Lounge. With Ronson on acoustic guitar and backed up by violins, Cyrus sang Ariana Grande's No Tears Left To Cry. They also performed their new song Nothing Breaks Like A Heart.

Here's How To Get Back At Porch Pirates

Porch pirates messed with the wrong guy. After Mark Rober had a package stolen off his stoop, the engineer went to work on making sure the next thief would be easy to find. Rober stuck a GPS in the decoy box, which should be sufficient enough for tracking down the person, but he then took a few extra steps to ensure a lesson is learned. Once opened, the package explodes in a sparkly rain of glitter. Seconds later, a blast of fart spray is fired into the person's face.

The box is outfitted with cameras too, which not only captures an image of the would-be thieves but also gives the victim the satisfaction of witnessing justice served.

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