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New on Disney+ UK in June 2022: What to stream, from ‘Ms. Marvel’ to ‘Atlanta’

Atlanta, Ms. Marvel and Only Murders in the Building are heading to Disney+ UK in June 2022. (Disney)It seems like only yesterday that we said goodbye to Oscar Isaac’s Moon Knight accent and Obi-Wan Kenobi is keeping the Disney+ marquee alive, but the MCU is heading straight back to our screens in June with something…

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New on Disney+ UK in June 2022: What to stream, from ‘Ms. Marvel’ to ‘Atlanta’

Atlanta, Ms. Marvel and Only Murders in the Building are heading to Disney+ UK in June 2022. (Disney)

Atlanta, Ms. Marvel and Only Murders in the Building are heading to Disney+ UK in June 2022. (Disney)

It seems like only yesterday that we said goodbye to Oscar Isaac’s Moon Knight accent and Obi-Wan Kenobi is keeping the Disney+ marquee alive, but the MCU is heading straight back to our screens in June with something very exciting in Ms. Marvel. Iman Vellani will play the titular teenage hero in the series, which looks to have a very different feel to Moon Knight and other recent Marvel outings.

On the movie front, there’s the raucous LGBT+ comedy Fire Island and a sequel to one of the original films that helped to launch Disney+ in the UK back in 2020 in the shape of Hollywood Stargirl.

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Original movies coming to Disney+ UK in June 2022

Fire Island (3 June)

Located just off the shores of Long Island, Fire Island has become a rite of passage vacation spot for the LGBT+ community in America. This comedy directed by Andrew Ahn loosely transposes the action of Jane Austen’s classic novel Pride and Prejudice to this very different locale. Joel Kim Booster leads the cast as Noah and was also responsible for penning the script.

Hollywood Stargirl (3 June)

Stargirl was among the titles to be a part of Disney+ when it first launched in the UK in March 2020, within a week or two of the country entering its first COVID-19 lockdown. Fronted by likeable young music star Grace VanderWaal, the movie was a traditional, slushy YA drama but one that came with real heart and a sense of fun.

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Two years later, sequel Hollywood Stargirl sees Julia Hart return to the director’s chair, adding some A-list names to the cast. Judy Greer plays Stargirl’s mother Ana, who relocates with her daughter to Los Angeles when she gets a job on a movie set. This gives Stargirl a whole new community into which she must try to fit.

Rise (24 June)

A trio of Nigerian-Greek brothers find fame in the NBA in sports drama Rise. (Disney)

A trio of Nigerian-Greek brothers find fame in the NBA in sports drama Rise. (Disney)

Akin Omotoso directs this sports drama, based on the true story of three Nigerian-Greek brothers who achieved greatness through basketball after emigrating to the USA. The Antetokounmpo family arrive in America and find themselves facing the threat of deportation, but when three of the family’s children discover an aptitude on the court, they find a glimmer of hope that becomes something special.

Trevor: The Musical (24 June)

A filmed version of off-Broadway production Trevor: The Musical is heading to Disney+ UK. (Disney)

A filmed version of off-Broadway production Trevor: The Musical is heading to Disney+ UK. (Disney)

Based on an Oscar-winning short film, the 80s-set musical Trevor charts the experiences of a teenager struggling to embrace his LGBT+ identity. Having run on stage off-Broadway, this filmed edition of the production is now heading to Disney+.

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Spider-Man movies (17 June)

Spider-Man: Homecoming (Credit: Sony/Marvel)

Tom Holland in Spider-Man: Homecoming. (Sony/Marvel)

At long last, Peter Parker is coming home to join his Marvel compatriots on the streaming home of the MCU. Disney+ in UK & Ireland announced that five Spider-Man films will be launching on Disney+ this month.

The first Spider-Man films Spider-Man (2002), Spider-Man 2 (2004), The Amazing Spider-Man (2012), The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014) and Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) will be made available to subscribers on 17 June.

Original TV shows coming to Disney+ UK in June 2022

Abbott Elementary S1 (1 June)

A group of teachers try to save an under-performing Philadelphia school in Abbott Elementary. (ABC/Prashant Gupta)

A group of teachers try to save an under-performing Philadelphia school in Abbott Elementary. (ABC/Prashant Gupta)

Hot on the heels of its renewal for a second season in the wake of strong reviews in the States, British audiences will finally get to see acclaimed mockumentary Abbott Elementary. Creator Quinta Brunson’s series follows the teachers and pupils at an underfunded public school in Philadelphia.

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Rudolph’s Bakery: De Jonge Bakers S1 (1 June)

Dutch celebrity chef Rudolph Van Veen fronts this series in which he shares his many secrets as a seasoned pastry chef with budding young bakers.

The Orville: New Horizons S3 (weekly from 2 June)

Seth MacFarlane’s sci-fi comedy series returns to screens with a new subtitle for its third season, having spent two seasons airing on Fox before now making the move to Hulu and Disney+. The Star Trek parody continues, with MacFarlane again portraying lead character Capt. Ed Mercer and Adrianne Palicki returning as Cmdr. Kelly Grayson.

Delicacies Destiny S1 (8 June)

This drama set in the culinary world stars He Rui Xian as chef Ling Xiao Xiao, who takes the opportunity to become the head chef in an Imperial palace.

Ms. Marvel S1 (weekly from 8 June)

Kamala Khan is a teenage superhero fan with a huge affection for Captain Marvel. This series follows her as she manages to obtain powers of her own, just like her idol.

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Stand-up comedian Bisha K. Ali is serving as showrunner for the series, which will lead into the upcoming movie blockbuster The Marvels and counts Bad Boys for Life duo Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah among its team of directors.

Iman Vellani as Ms. Marvel/Kamala Khan in Marvel Studios' Ms. Marvel (Marvel Studios)

Iman Vellani as Ms. Marvel/Kamala Khan in Marvel Studios’ Ms. Marvel (Marvel Studios)

For those who want a little bit of background info on the character before she makes her MCU debut, Disney is releasing one-off special A Fan’s Guide to Ms. Marvel on 1 June.

Beyond Infinity: Buzz and the Journey to Lightyear (10 June)

Ahead of Pixar’s latest movie Lightyear, this documentary special explores the roots of Buzz Lightyear — one of the most memorable characters from the company’s history — and his legacy on screen.

The Kardashians – A Robin Roberts Special (10 June)

Alongside the family’s new reality series on Disney+, this special will allow viewers to delve even deeper into the first family of reality TV. Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts interviews the key family members.

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Family Reboot S1 (15 June)

This six-part series takes families who have become disconnected by virtue of the busy schedules of modern life and presents them with the opportunity to spend time together, repairing wounds in their relationships and becoming closer than they were before.

Love, Victor S3 (15 June)

The spin-off series from LGBT+ romcom Love, Simon returns for its third and final season, still following Michael Cimino as the titular protagonist as he embraces his identity and adjusts to living in a new town.

Have You Seen This Man? (22 June)

A spin-off from the popular podcast series, this three-part true crime tale follows the hunt for fugitive fraudster John Ruffo. The crook evaded cops after being sentenced to jail in the 1990s, inspiring a long-ranging manhunt spanning decades.

Only Murders in the Building S2 (two episodes on 28 June, then weekly)

In the wake of the final moments of the first season, the three hobbyist investigators at the centre of Only Murders in the Building are now implicated in a murder themselves — and there’s even a podcast about them. This comedy-mystery show was a surprise package for many when it appeared last year and so its renewal for a second season was inevitable. Central trio Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez reprise their roles.

Atlanta S3 (29 June)

Donald Glover and Brian Tyree Henry return for the third season of Atlanta. (Coco Olakunle/FX)

Donald Glover and Brian Tyree Henry return for the third season of Atlanta. (Coco Olakunle/FX)
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Before the recently announced fourth and final season of Atlanta hits screens later this year, the third run of Donald Glover’s critically acclaimed comedy-drama series is now heading to Disney+ in its entirety. Glover is back in the lead role, alongside fellow leads Zazie Beetz, Brian Tyree Henry and Lakeith Stanfield.

Baymax! S1 (29 June)

The breakout star of Big Hero 6 gets a series of his own as Baymax! hits Disney+ UK. (Disney)

The breakout star of Big Hero 6 gets a series of his own as Baymax! hits Disney+ UK. (Disney)

After three seasons of Big Hero 6 The Series, fans can return to San Fransokyo once again for this new show focused on the movie’s adorable breakout star. Baymax here acts as a first responder, hoping to cure the pain of residents while inevitably engaging in his fair share of slapstick silliness.

Soprano: Sing or Die (June TBC)

French rapper Soprano is one of Europe’s most popular recording artists and he takes centre stage in this documentary series. The filmmakers follow the star as he prepares for his massive arena tour this summer.

Movies coming to Disney+ UK in June 2022

3 June

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A Cure for Wellness (2016)

Guess Who (2005)

Mack Wrestles (2019)

A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1999)

Pride (2014)

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The Sixth Sense (1999)

Slumdog Millionaire (2008)

Sunchaser (1996)

This Boy’s Life (1993)

Titanic (1997)

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Uplifting comedy-drama Pride is arriving on Disney+ UK. (20th Century Studios)

Uplifting comedy-drama Pride is arriving on Disney+ UK. (20th Century Studios)

10 June

The Binge (2020)

Elektra (2005)

Entrapment (1999)

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The Fountain (2006)

Men of Honor (2000)

My Super Ex-Girlfriend (2006)

Notes On A Scandal (2006)

A Time To Kill (1996)

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True Story (2015)

17 June

Bedazzled (2000)

Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

Don’t Say A Word (2001)

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Down With Love (2003)

Legend (1985)

Legend Of Bagger Vance (2000)

Plan B (2021)

Spider-Man (2002)

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Spider-Man 2 (2004)

The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)

Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)

Under Siege (1992)

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Under Siege 2: Dark Territory (1995)

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24 June

Battle of the Sexes (2017)

Bee Season (2005)

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Borg vs McEnroe (2017)

The Girl Next Door (2004)

Hot Tub Time Machine (2010)

Meet Dave (2008)

Seabiscuit (2003)

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Sommersby (1993)

Unfinished Business (2015)

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TV shows coming to Disney+ UK in June 2022

1 June

Club Mickey Mouse (S4)

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Eyewitness War (S1)

Killing Eve (S1)

Time Scanners (S1)

Wild Islands (S1)

When We Rise (2017)

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3 June

Texas Storm Squad (2020)

The first season of Killing Eve is heading to Disney+ in the UK. (BBC)

The first season of Killing Eve is heading to Disney+ in the UK. (BBC)

8 June

Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet (S6-8)

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El Galán. La TV Cambió, Él No (S1)

The Fix (S1)

Marvel Superhero Adventures (S3)

Prairie Dog Manor (S1)

Viking Skool (S1 E1-13)

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10 June

King Tut in Color (2020)

Panda Goes Wild (2022)

15 June

Airport Security (S1-4/6)

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Dictators Rulebook (S1)

Happy Endings (S1-3)

Mexico Untamed (S1)

Minnie’s Bow-Toons: Party Palace Pals (S2 E1-5)

Ensemble comedy Happy Endings is heading to Disney+ UK after three seasons between 2011 and 2013. (ABC)

Ensemble comedy Happy Endings is heading to Disney+ UK after three seasons between 2011 and 2013. (ABC)
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17 June

Bad Boys (2014)

In Search of Derrick Thomas (2015)

The Little Mermaid Sing-Along

Lost Cities with Albert Lin: The Great Flood

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Mighty Ruthie (2016)

The Two Bills (2018)

22 June

Alaska Animal Rescue (S2)

Cadernos Da Filipa (S1)

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Critters Fixers: Country Vets (S1)

Like Me! (S2)

Wayward Pines (S1-2)

Chad Hodge and M. Night Shyamalan's Wayward Pines combined horror and mystery. (Fox)

Chad Hodge and M. Night Shyamalan’s Wayward Pines combined horror and mystery. (Fox)

24 June

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Backstory: Serena vs. The Umpire (2019)

India’s Wild Leopards (2020)

Mariana Van Zeller Investigates

Pat XO (2013)

The Price of Gold (2013)

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This Was the XFL (2017)

Wild Botswana

29 June

Boston Legal (S1-5)

Club Houdini (S1-3)

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G.O.A.T.

Limbo…Hasta que lo decida (S1)

Space Chickens in Space (S1)

World’s Toughest Fixes (S1)

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Ireland Baldwin Revealed Her Abortion Experience In A TikTok Where She Also Talked About Being Raped As A Teenager

“It’s your life, it’s your choice.” This story contains discussions of rape and sexual assault. Ireland Baldwin is opening up about her past to help others. Axelle / FilmMagic / Bauer-Griffin / Getty Images In a TikTok captioned “I’m here for you,” the model and actor revealed that she was raped as a teenager, and…

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“It’s your life, it’s your choice.”

This story contains discussions of rape and sexual assault.

Ireland Baldwin is opening up about her past to help others.


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In a TikTok captioned “I’m here for you,” the model and actor revealed that she was raped as a teenager, and that she also had an abortion later on in her life.


“I’m not here to tell this story today,” she said, “but I was raped when I was a teenager, and I was completely unconscious when it happened, and it changed the course of the rest of my life.”

Ireland says she didn’t tell anyone about the incident “for years” except a nurse who treated her after it occurred, and that being raped continued to affect her life for years afterwards.

“Seeing so many other brave women share their stories, got me thinking what my life would have been like if I had become pregnant,” Ireland explained, “and if I had to raise a baby during everything I was going through at the time.”

“Mind you, I have medical resources, money, and support that a lot of women do not have access to. It would have simply been traumatizing and impossible.”

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Ireland also shared that, later in her life, she did become pregnant and chose to get an abortion.

“At that point in time, I would say we were very unhappy together,” Ireland said about the relationship she was in when she got pregnant. “And he made it clear that he never wanted kids or marriage. He barely wanted to be in a serious relationship.”

“I chose to get an abortion because I know exactly what it felt like to be born between two people who hated each other.”

“Could I have had that baby and put that baby up for adoption? Maybe. Maybe not. But choosing to raise a baby without my own financial security, without a loving and supportive partner, that wasn’t gonna work for me.”

“I chose me, and I would choose me again. It’s your life, it’s your choice.”

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You can learn more about how to still access abortion in the US here.

Editor’s Note: BuzzFeed supports a person’s right to an abortion. If you, like us, feel impassioned about abortion rights, learn more or find a local fund to donate to here.

If you or someone you know has experienced sexual assault, you can call the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE, which routes the caller to their nearest sexual assault service provider. You can also search for your local center here.

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Kanye West Joked About His Divorce From Kim Kardashian During A Surprise BET Awards Appearance And Said He Wanted To Declare Himself “Legally Dead” Following Their Messy Feud

The rapper took to the stage to honor Sean “Diddy” Combs at the BET Awards on Sunday, making reference to Kim for the first time since their public dispute earlier this year.Posted 13 minutes ago Kanye West looks to be making a return to the public eye. Kevin Mazur / Getty Images for Sean Combs…

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Kanye West Joked About His Divorce From Kim Kardashian During A Surprise BET Awards Appearance And Said He Wanted To Declare Himself “Legally Dead” Following Their Messy Feud

The rapper took to the stage to honor Sean “Diddy” Combs at the BET Awards on Sunday, making reference to Kim for the first time since their public dispute earlier this year.

Kanye West looks to be making a return to the public eye.


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If you’re a fan of Ye’s, you’ll know that he recently took a step back from the limelight after his split from Kim Kardashian hit a major rough patch.


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After filing for divorce fairly amicably back in February 2021, Kim and Ye’s breakup took a messy turn in November, around the time that things started getting serious between Kim and her current boyfriend, Pete Davidson.


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Of course, in light of Kim’s budding romance with Pete, this made for quite the awkward situation, and as a result, Ye wound up taking his frustrations to social media.

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Starting in February and posting regularly until mid-March, Ye harassed Kim and Pete on Instagram, sharing their private messages and even encouraging his fans to yell at them in public.


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Ye’s constant posts sparked major concern among his followers, with many accusing the rapper of exhibiting abusive behavior toward Kim and Pete. And in March, his Instagram account was suspended for 24 hours after he violated the platform’s harassment policies.


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Flash forward to today, and Ye is yet to make a full return to the public eye, having only been spotted on the occasional public outing.


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Interestingly, reports in the aftermath of their feud claimed that the Yeezy founder was actively seeking “behavioral” treatment, in order “to be a better human and a better dad.”


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Taking to the stage to present the Lifetime Achievement Award to his longtime friend Sean “Diddy” Combs, the Donda rapper — whose face was completely covered by a black mask, hat, and sunglasses — was met with loud applause from the crowd.

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“How do we crown our kings? How do we appreciate our kings?” his speech began, before going on to praise Diddy’s work in the music industry.


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“To see Puff in real life at the ‘Missing You’ video, just like me tapping free like a little kid — I just need to meet this man. This is my favorite artist,” he said, sounding noticeably upbeat.


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“You see I’m saying ‘favorite artist,’” he clarified. “Everything — not specifically production, the drip. Back then there was so many rules to hip-hop, and he broke all of them.”


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Reflecting on what he learned from Diddy in his own career, Ye even made reference to his failed marriage to Kim, sparking mixed reactions from the crowd.


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“He inspired so many of my choices. So many of my life choices. My wife choices,” he said as the audience erupted into noise.

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“And here we are,” he added with a laugh. “Thanks for that, Puff.”


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What’s more, Ye also appeared to corroborate reports that he wanted to take “a year off” in the wake of his public feud with Kim, confirming in his speech that he recently took “a little hiatus.”


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“I said, ‘I want to just declare myself legally dead for a year,’” he told the audience, seemingly referring to his absence since being banned from Instagram. “Nobody messin’ me. You know, I just want to be off the grid.”


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But, despite his hopes of keeping a low profile, Ye seemed to suggest that the opportunity to honor Diddy was reason enough to return to the public eye.


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“Puff is pretty persistent,” he explained. “Any of us in this room, if Puff ever need us, we need to jump and be there. This man has been through and survived a lot of stuff. Broke down a lot of doors so we could be standing. I know for me, that I could be here today.”

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He finished the emotional speech by telling Diddy in the audience: “If I never told you, I love you. You’re my brother.”


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So, in light of his absence from the spotlight, fans were certainly glad to see Ye sounding so positive, with this marking his first awards show appearance since he pulled out of Coachella in April and had his Grammys performance scrapped in the same month due to “concerning online behavior.”


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The speech is also the first time that Ye has made reference to Kim since they came to blows on Instagram, and coincides with reports that the exes are currently working on rebuilding their relationship as co-parents.


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In fact, just over a week ago, Kim gave her ex a rare shoutout too, praising him for being the “best dad” to their four kids in a sweet Father’s Day tribute.


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Well, if Ye’s joke about their failed marriage is any indication, it seems like things might finally be looking a little more friendly between Kimye as they navigate the final stages of their split.

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