This video legitimately made us tear up.
What would have normally been the happiest day of Ryan Manning's life ended up having even more meaning.
That's because the groom got to share one final dance with his mom set to that famous ukulele version of Somewhere Over the Rainbow.
You see, Ryan's mom Mary Ann Manning had been battling cancer for months before the wedding, and succumbed to her disease just three days after the wedding video was recorded.
This is so inspiring!
When Amanda Jaramillo heard about a four-day long radio scavenger hunt to win One Direction tickets, she knew she wanted to win.
The thing is, she wasn't trying to win the competition for herself, she wanted to give the tickets to someone less fortunate than she.
So, when she did eventually win the tickets, she called up Phoenix Children's Hospital to figure out who she could give her prize to.
Hear ye, hear ye! The Prince is speaking!
We previously told you how Prince William headed to Malta in place of Kate Middleton because she's pregnant with their second baby!
Well, he's doing a smashing job, and even apologized to the locals, saying
Whoa! We are blown away by this girl!
10-year-old Kaylyn challenged a North Carolina military cadet in a push-up contest and she WON!
At the Active Heroes benefit, Kaylyn took on the full-grown man and totally kicked his butt!
We hope she feels better right away!
Kate Middleton, who was planning on attending her first solo tour of Malta on behalf of the Royal Family, will NOT be going after all.
The Duchess of Cambridge has been dealing with a lengthy bout with morning sickness, and has thus handed off her royal duties to her husband Prince William. He'll be going on Saturday, September 20th.
But what finally made this news official?
She's so dedicated!
Kate Middleton has been reportedly battling Hyperemesis Gravidarum, or severe morning sickness, since becoming pregnant with Royal Baby No. 2, but she still wants to work when she can!
Like her upcoming scheduled trip to Malta!
Well said, Mindy!
Mindy Kaling recently came under a little bit of fire for making statements in Flare Magazine that sitcoms aren't the right place to tackle abortion as a hot-button issue.
Well, many sitcom fans responded to the Mindy Project star and creator by citing other classic comedies that were able to blend the medium with the oft-debated topic.
Mindy then went on to Huff Post Live to clear the air about what she meant when she misspoke about her OB-GYN workplace comedy addressing abortion, saying: