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The event was not announced in advance, save for a cryptic tweet a few days ago, possibly as a way to ward off uninvited guests.
Information about house parties typically circulates on social media and can draw large crowds of uninvited guests to a single residence.
Tonight, the crew of the Discovery attempts to lighten things up a bit with a party, but an uninvited guest comes aboard and ruins things.
Jackson was allegedly uninvited to the 2004 Grammys the following weekend by CBS, while Timberlake’s invitation was not revoked.
Trump’s vicious Twitter attack on MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski’s appearance and his uninvited kiss of MSNBC correspondent Katy Tur were equally disturbing.
Twitter/MBucklesXO via Storyful Texas A&M, the setting for Spencer’s first high-profile appearance, changed its policy and no longer allows uninvited speakers.
Harth, who is now a makeup artist in New York and declined to be interviewed, also accused Trump of getting into bed, uninvited, with one of the 22-year-old contestants in the early 1990s, according to allegations detailed in the Boston Globe.
Other Houston-area homeowners have also returned in the wake of the hurricane to find uninvited house sitters, experts said.
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- And what would you do, if an uninvited dwarf came and hung his things up in your hall … ?
- —J. R. R. Tolkien, The Hobbit
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