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Why is Fred Durst Hanging Out with the eHarmony Creator

Why is Fred Durst Hanging Out with the eHarmony Creator Online dating just got a bit edgier. None other than Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst, 43, stepped away from the mic and behind the camera to direct a eHarmony commercial. "Our CEO Dr. Neil Clark Warren is on set today filming new commercials w/ Director @freddurst ! #behindthescenes #epic," the company tweeted next to a pic of Durst and the CEO you regularly see in the memorable commercials. The picture of the rock star and the CEO, 79, is definitely NOT something you see everyday. Durst is actually no stranger to directing, he directed two films in the late 2000's, including "The Education of Charlie Banks," starring Jesse Eisenberg. "Did it all for the [Love], What! The [Love], so you can take this cookie ... "...

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Agassi Says Nadal Is Greatest Ever Tennis Player

Agassi Says Nadal Is Greatest Ever Tennis Player Andre Agassi puts Rafael Nadal ahead of Roger Federer as No. 1 on tennis' all-time great list...

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Airlines Take Case to Congress on Airfare Rule

Airlines Take Case to Congress on Airfare Rule Airlines enlist lawmakers in battle over inclusion of taxes, fees in advertised fares...

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ESPN: Behind the Scenes at the 2014 NFL Draft

ESPN: Behind the Scenes at the 2014 NFL Draft The NFL Draft is finally here....

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Yellen: Fed's Bond Holdings to Drop Only Gradually

Yellen: Fed's Bond Holdings to Drop Only Gradually Yellen says Fed could take 5 to 8 years to get bond holdings back to 2008 levels...

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Detectives Not Looking for Suspects in Fatal Fire

Detectives Not Looking for Suspects in Fatal Fire No suspects sought in fatal Florida fire, but officials stop short of declaring murder-suicide...

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UK Royal Navy Escorts Russian Ships in Channel

UK Royal Navy Escorts Russian Ships in Channel UK Royal Navy escorts Russian military ships in routine operation in English Channel...

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Motorcycle Accident Turns Man's Heart Nearly 90 Degrees

Motorcycle Accident Turns Man's Heart Nearly 90 Degrees X-rays revealed the man's heart had shifted severely to the right....

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Burger King Offers Burgers for Breakfast

Burger King Offers Burgers for Breakfast Some Burger King locations start offering burgers at breakfast time...

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EU Backs Broader Sanctions for Ukraine Crisis

EU Backs Broader Sanctions for Ukraine Crisis EU officials give preliminary OK to broader sanctions over Ukraine crisis...

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10 Things to See: A Week of Top AP Photos

10 Things to See: A Week of Top AP Photos 10 Things to See: A gallery of lasting moments our editors think you should see...

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Jada Pinkett Smith Breaks Silence on Controversial Willow Photo

Jada Pinkett Smith Breaks Silence on Controversial Willow Photo She's speaking out -- saying there was nothing sexual about it....

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Smart Spending: How to Plan Financially for Leave

Smart Spending: How to Plan Financially for Leave Babies, sabbaticals and more: How to cope financially during an extended leave from work...

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Saudi Arabia Reports 5 More Deaths From MERS

Saudi Arabia Reports 5 More Deaths From MERS Saudi Arabia records 5 more deaths from MERS coronavirus as confirmed infection numbers grow...

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African Leaders Vow That 'Terrorism Can Not Win'

African Leaders Vow That 'Terrorism Can Not Win' While 276 Nigerian school girls spent another day as hostages of an extremist group, Africa's most influential leaders gathered in Nigeria today for the World Economic Forum....

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Lawmakers Subpoena Docs From VA Secretary to Probe Death of Veterans

Lawmakers Subpoena Docs From VA Secretary to Probe Death of Veterans House committee votes to subpoena documents from Eric Shinseki and the VA....

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AGING AMERICA: Exercise as the Fountain of Youth

AGING AMERICA: Exercise as the Fountain of Youth AGING AMERICA: A 98-year-old fitness instructor shows the power of exercise for good health...

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Man Pleads Guilty in Salmonella Outbreak Case

Man Pleads Guilty in Salmonella Outbreak Case Former Georgia peanut plant manager enters guilty plea in salmonella outbreak case...

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'Hitler Album' of Stolen Art Donated to US Archive

'Hitler Album' of Stolen Art Donated to US Archive Last known 'Hitler Album' of art stolen during World War II being donated to National Archives...

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Poll: Most Ukrainians Want a Unified Country

Poll: Most Ukrainians Want a Unified Country Poll: Most Ukrainians want a unified country, even in the troubled Russian-speaking east...

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