Most Used Word of 2014 Isn't Even a Word

The top word of 2014 isn’t even a word, but an emoji: the heart emoji to be exact. This is the 15th that media company Global Language Monitor has unveiled what it says are the most commonly used words, phrases and names. The lists are comprised through computerized algorithms that analyze the use of English words across the Internet, the Austin, Texas-based company says. “We have millions of sources that we check,” says Paul J.J. Payack, president and chief word analyst at

Ragheb Alemeh to refuse his participation in " so you think you can dance"

Superstar Ragheb Alameh announced on his Facebook and twitter account that he’s not participating in "So you think you can dance" show which will be shown on MTV Sunday evening.   He stressed: "due to the painful circumstances going on from terrorism and invading our army, i apologize for showing tomorrow in "So you think you can dance" and postponing for better circumstances. Noting that we shouldn't let terrorism win and eliminate our artistic activities and our commitments