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Even though Joe Biden memes are giving this viral trend a run for it's money, there's no end in sight for the mannequin challenge.
Heidi Montag is hopeful that she'll be starting a family next year with her husband Spencer Pratt. He hasn't always been fond of the idea of fatherhood, admitting he's "baby blocking" her.
Kanye West delivered a seven-minute speech before premiering his "Fade" music video featuring singer Teyana Taylor and basketball player Iman Shumpert.
How many times a day do you check Instagram? Is the number in the double digits? If you answered a resounding "yes," you are not alone. Throughout the day, I check the app too many times to count -- when I wake up, before I go to sleep, on the subway, heck, I even check it in the bathroom (TMI, sorry). Clearly, I'm addicted -- and I'm guessing you are, too.
I wish I had met him. I wish I had known him. But I did have two brief encounters with him that helped cement my love for what he stood for.
When she was just 26, Linn was diagnosed with cancer. But she doesn't want the disease to define her. She didn't let cancer become the end of her life and after she beat it, set out to show her 'Life AFTER Cancer' through social media
Whether it's Instagram likes or Twitter RTs, everyone in today's world is looking for instant gratification. Many hope to become the next overnight success or make a million bucks before they turn twenty. But we seem to forget that most of the icons we idolize worked their asses off to get where they are. They didn't just start on The X Factor, or make a YouTube video of themselves singing.
What do 'MasterChef' Korea, Dennis Rodman, and a Swiss private school all have in common? Some ties to Kim Jung-un, of course. The eccentric dictator is back making headlines with another painfully ironic story that the western world can't help but eat up.