Selena Gomez has talked openly about her diagnosis of lupus for several years now. We’ve seen her take breaks from music and acting because of it, and she’s even gotten a kidney transplant from the organ damage the autoimmune disorder caused. With all of the changes Gomez has gone through, she continues to push forward and attend celebrity events when she is able.
But once again, the focus of her latest red carpet walk at the Golden Globe Awards was her body. Not because she looked stunning in her gown—which she did. No, it was because she gained a few pounds.
It is amazing to see how big of a difference it makes when people come together for a cause on the internet.
A Utah middle school teacher, Garrett Jones shared a six-second TikTok video in which he asked people to donate for outstanding lunch fees of students in his school district. He said that he wants to pay the fees “because the last thing a kid should be worrying about is how much they owe for meals.” The video went viral with more than 5.3 million views. Moreover, Jones posted the video as a twist on a social media trend in which people were requesting small donations towards different causes like personal trips, weddings, or dream cars.
The two actors met briefly when Sedgwick was 12 and Bacon was 19, but they didn’t really get to know one another until a decade later while filming the movie “Lemon Sky” in 1987. Bacon fell for Sedgwick right away, but Sedgwick wasn’t impressed by him at all at first. She quickly had a change of heart, however, and the two were married in September of 1988. They started their family right away, and nearly 35 years later, they are still going strong.
The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office in Tampa, Florida, released a harrowing video on February 15 of a woman fending off a sexual assault. But even though the video is distressing to watch, it comes with an encouraging message for women everywhere: “Keep fighting.”
The video of Alma’s escape went viral on Twitter, where it’s been played over 5 million times.
Within weeks of his first audition, the musical savant became a viral sensation—wowing judges and audiences alike with his almost supernatural musical abilities.
Though legally blind and diagnosed with autism at an early age, Lee easily masters multiple styles of music and has been blessed with a rare “audio photographic” memory, meaning he can recall music he hears after just one listen, according to his website.
Lee has once again returned to the stage for “AGT: All Stars” with a cover of David Bowie’s “Heroes,” and it’s nothing short of spectacular.
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