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Gwyneth Paltrow made a boatload of money when her entire inventory of vagina-scented candles sold out within minutes on her Goop website.

Paltrow, who is known for selling bizarre items on Goop, packaged the candles in jars with B&W labels that read, "This Smells Like My Vagina."

The actress describes her vaginal odor as "a funny, gorgeous, sexy, and beautifully unexpected scent."

Shoppers took her word for it. They snapped up the candles at a whopping $75 each! The 10.5 ounce vagina candles sold out quickly, according to The Blast.

Paltrow says the candles are made with "a mixture of cedar, geranium, citrusy bergamot, Damask Rose and ambrette seed that puts owners and their guests in the mind state of fantasy, seduction, and a sophisticated warmth."

Paltrow, 47, told People magazine her inspiration for the candles came one day when she and her friend, perfumer Douglas Little, were testing fragrances. Paltrow sniffed one fragrance and shouted, "Uhhh... this smells like a vagina!"

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Walmart has apologized for selling a Christmas sweater that featured a Santa Claus who was jolly for all the wrong reasons.

Walmart pulled the sweaters from its online inventory and apologized after customers complained on Twitter.com on Saturday.

The sweater featured Santa Claus seated at a table preparing to snort three lines of what appears to be powdered cocaine. The sweater was emblazoned with the words "Let It Snow."

Twitter users argued, even if Walmart didn't notice the offensive image on the sweater, how could they miss the product description: "Santa really likes to savor the moment when he gets his hands on some quality, grade A, Colombian snow."

"Walmart, explain why was this okay? Ever! Who was the target market?" tweeted one irate user.

Walmart also removed other offensive Christmas sweaters that featured a partially nude Santa sitting on a porcelain throne and a Santa spanking Mrs. Claus.

In a statement to Global News, Walmart apologized profusely for "any unintended offense this may have caused" and attributed the blame to a "third-party seller" on Walmart Canada.

Walmart said the product did not "represent Walmart's values and have no place on our website."

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If you were hoping Walmart would restock Kentucky Fried Chicken-scented firelogs, you're in luck. The popular fried chicken-scented logs are back in stock at Walmart after selling out last Christmas.

According to People magazine, the firelogs give off an aroma of KFC's signature blend of 11 herbs and spices.

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By popular demand, KFC, in partnership with Enviro-Log, brought back the famous fried chicken-scented firelogs just in time for the holiday shopping rush. The firelogs sold out in three hours last year.

"Since selling out last year, we have received weekly calls from hopeful fans wanting to get their hands on the 11 Herbs & Spices Firelog," said Ross McRoy, president and founder of of Enviro-Log, in a press release.

The firelogs are now available exclusively on Walmart.com for $19.

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Frank Ocean is catching heat for promoting his new LGBT+ nightclub by selling $60 t-shirts featuring HIV drug PrEP on the front.

The 31-year-old singer launched his first LGBT+ nightclub in New York City called PrEP+, which is named after the antiviral medication taken by MSM - men who have sex with men - to prevent HIV transmission.

The T-shirts went on sale on Ocean's website following Thursday's launch of the PrEP+ club party Ocean hosted in New York City.

Ocean also promoted the sale of the t-shirts on his Twitter page @blondedocean. "Tee's also come in a black colorway," he tweeted.

Critics took issue with the high cost of the cotton t-shirts: $60. An activist with the New York chapter of Act Up, an HIV/AIDS advocacy group, tweeted Saturday that the shirt's price tag is reminiscent of the steep mark-up of the PrEP drug by pharmaceutical company Truvada.

"@actupny

A $60 tee with "PrEP" on it.

Sounds familiar to a pharmaceutical company that marks up the price of PrEP to over $2,000/month while it costs $6 to make a month supply. This is not it Frank."

The activist also suggested Ocean should donate the proceeds for the shirt to HIV/AIDS advocacy groups such as Act Up.

"@actupny

Coulda also been thoughtful if all the funds went to service providers, PrEP navigators, and HIV justice and treatment orgs, but who asked us?"

Others chimed in, asking Ocean if he planned to donate the proceeds to companies that give out PrEP for free.

"@kell_eesi
frank ocean selling shirts that say prep on them for $60 like ummmmm are you using the profits to donate to orgs that give out prep for free???? bc otherwise yikes my dude!"

Another Twitter user wrote:

"But sure, let's have Frank Ocean use a pill millions can't afford to promo new music at a fake queer party and to sell $65 shirts".

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Now you can own a piece of Grammy history. The iconic Versace dress worn by Jennifer Lopez to the 2000 Grammys before she became a household name is going on sale for only 10 days.

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The stunning green floral cutout silk dress that Lopez wore to the 2000 Grammy Awards on Sean "Puffy" Combs' arm is on sale for $9,325.

The Hustlers star sported an updated replica of the infamous dress during Milan Fashion Week in Italy last month.

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According to Us Weekly, Lopez, 50, requested that the revamped dress be more revealing and show more skin.

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The replica dress sparked renewed demand from social media influencers and fashionistas who want to floss the barely there garment on Instagram.

According to WENN.com, the dress is on sale now through the Moda Operandi website, but it will only be available for purchase for 10 days and will not ship until May 5, 2020.

The website begs for your patience since the dress is being custom hand sewn just for you.

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J.Lo recently recalled the impact of "that dress" on her YouTube channel, revealing the look created "an extra kinetic energy" on the red carpet.

"It just goes to show you the power of fashion and the power of those types of moments," she said. "I know people try to make it frivolous at times, but what those things do is they give people an inspiration. It puts a beautiful moment out into the world. One dress can change the trajectory of how people dress for the next 10 years. It's a crazy impact that fashion can have."

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