Now that's how you break the internet!
That's a whole lot of people!
But Caitlyn's coming out photo didn't just do well for VF...
[Image via Annie Leibovitz/Vanity Fair.]
Ahh! Caitlyn Jenner can slay!!
The 65-year-old revealed her stunning Vanity Fair cover on Monday and it is giving us all the feels!
And of course, we're not alone in our feelings about the inspirational cover star.
While it's most important that Caitlyn has the support of her family, celebs are also sharing the love! Their reactions are absolutely beautiful!
Ch-ch-check them all out (below)!
Earlier today, Boston Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was sentenced to death for his involvement in the Boston Marathon bombings more than two years ago.
While not everyone agrees on the sentencing, it didn't take long for people to share their thoughts and opinions on the emotional trial.
HOLY SH*T. This would be SO epic!
Gabrielle Union may look like she hasn't aged a day since she was in the iconic film Bring It On, but in reality it's been almost 15 years.
Yeah, let that sink in… the Kirsten Dunst film will have been out for 15 years this August.
Anyway, someone had a stroke of brilliance and thought to ask Gabrielle who she would cast in the movie if there was a remake and her answers are actually pretty AH-mazing!
So, who would she want in her OWN role, the head of East Compton Clovers cheer squad?
Ch-ch-check out Gabrielle's picks for the roles (below)!!
Wow, Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans must be in absolute heaven right now!
After Eliza Dushku (Faith) and Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia) reunited earlier this weekend at Salt Lake City's Comic-Con, fans were hopeful that other cast members would follow suit.
Well, it looks like all the fandom paid off because Emily Caulfield (Anya) and Nicholas Brendan (Xander) recently met up at Oz Comic-Con to take a super cute selfie!
Check out the adorable blast from the past (below)!
We're officially in love with Joss Whedon's latest muse.
Remember how he made that Buffy The Vampire Slayer napkin? Well, now The Avengers director has done it again!
Only this time, he's drawn a picture depicting some of the cast of his cult TV show Firefly.
That's right! The show famous for getting a premature cancellation on FOX after just 11 (stellar) episodes has come back to life via a pen-to-notepad drawing of Mal, River, and Wash; played by Nathan Fillion, Summer Glau, and Alan Tudyk, respectively.
And not only do we get to see these awesome pictures, Joss is also hiding little inside jokes and easter eggs in them too!
For instance, SPOILER ALERT, in this one, Joss drew Wash saying, "I didn't die!," with a note, 'a la Coulson.' A solid reference to his newest TV show Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Pretty soon the whole Whedonverse is going to be recreated in 2-D!
Joss, we'd like to personally ask for Dollhouse to be your next show to get the stick-figure treatment.
Five chalk Eliza Dushku drawings on a coffee filter will work just fine.
[Image via Joss Whedon/Twitter]