Sam Smith Picks A Side In The Kim Kardashian/Taylor Swift Feud! WATCH!

What a Sophie’s Choice!

As we reported, Kim Kardashian seemingly reignited her feud with Taylor Swift after she posted a throwback pic on Instagram of Tay’s naked wax figure from Kanye West‘s Famous music video.

As you may remember, the Shake It Off singer may or may not have approved of Yeezy’s “made that bitch famous” lyric.

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On Tuesday, Sam Smith appeared on Watch What Happens Live where Andy Cohen asks him to pick a side in the feud, and his answer may surprise you!

Despite attending her 25th birthday party, Sam reveals he doesn’t know Swift very well, adding:

“It’s been made out that we know each other, but I don’t know her too well. We’ve only met five times briefly.”

Ultimately, the Too Good at Goodbyes musician is #TeamKardashian, explaining:

“I know Kim more than I know Taylor.”

Ch-ch-check out the full clip (below)!

[Image via Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen/YouTube.]

Hands-On With the New Amazon Prime Video App for Apple TV

The long-awaited Amazon Prime Video app for the Apple TV finally debuted today after a wait that spanned six months since it was first teased at WWDC.



Apple’s set-top box is one of the last platforms to support the Amazon Prime Video app, which is now available on third, fourth, and fifth-generation Apple TV models. We spent the afternoon checking out the new app for a hands-on look at its feature set.



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If you’ve used the Amazon Prime Video app on an iOS device or on another platform like a console, the interface will be immediately familiar, organized into sections that include Originals, Movies, TV, Kids, Video Library, and more.



Content available from Amazon Prime Video includes TV shows like “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and movies like “The Big Sick,” with Amazon adding new options on a regular basis. Amazon Prime Video requires an Amazon Prime subscription, priced at $99 per year or $10.99 per month.



Movies and TV shows in Amazon Prime Video can be added to your Watchlist, which is synced across all of your devices, and the Apple TV’s Siri Remote can be used to search for Amazon content from within the app.



Universal Search is also supported, so Amazon Prime Video content will come up in systemwide searches on the Apple TV, and integration with Apple’s dedicated TV app is included in countries where the TV app is supported, with access to Up Next syncing and content recommendations.



Integration with the TV app is nice, as is Universal Search, because both features let you access Amazon content without needing to use the Amazon Prime Video interface.



For the 4K Apple TV and supported television sets, supported Amazon Prime Video content plays in 4K HDR.



Amazon Prime Video for Apple TV is available in more than 100 countries, and it is also available on iOS devices. [Direct Link]

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Snapchat & Coach Reveal Snapcode Pins to Unlock Games

Snapchat has partnered with luxury fashion brand Coach for an intriguing collaboration. The two in turn present Snapcode pins, with each pin unlocking a corresponding game.

The pins boast the tech company’s familiar ghost logo, in addition to various Coach mascots in Sharky, Uni and Rxi. To land the limited edition accessories, you’ll have to take part in an in-store or ad-based quiz, “Which Coach Mascot are you?,” and then hit up select Coach locations to collect the coinciding pin. When you scan the pin’s Snapcode, a digital game will then be unlocked in “The Arcade.”

The Snapchat x Coach Snapcode pins are extremely limited and available now.

In other Snapchat news, the company’s co-founder, Evan Spiegel, is selling off some of his shares. Follow here for more on the story.

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