Now that the Olympics are finally over, we're having a bit of withdrawal, but thanks to Jimmy Fallon we're getting to see the the gold medal winning women's gymnastics team compete one last time — in Hungry Hungry Humans!
The Final Five ladies may have worked together as a team in Rio, but on The Tonight Show Tuesday night, they had to pair up and face off against each other for a human version of the popular game Hungry Hungry Hippos!
Aly Raisman paired off with Laurie Hernandez, Gabby Douglas coupled up with Madison Kocian, and Simone Biles teamed up with Jimmy to try and collect the most balls. Oh, and let's not forget The Roots' Tariq Trotter did his best playing with guest Donald Glover!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing game (below) as the Final Five compete against each other!
A super adorbz baby pygmy hippo was born on December 13th, weighing in at 13 pounds.
The 6-inch-tall baby girl is so super cute and so super tiny!!!
They've named her Gloria and it totally works because she's glorious!
Baby Gloria is important because she's part of the European Endangered Breeding Programme (EEP).
The Team Leader for Small Mammals at Marwell said:
"We think 'Gloria' really suits our new arrival. We wanted something that will fit well with her mum’s name ‘Wendy’ and we think they are great together!
Gloria has now had a swim with Mum and we are very happy with how it went. Keepers will always stand by to make sure she doesn’t get into trouble, but Wendy is very experienced and keeps a close eye on her at all times."
Awwww! That's so precious! Wendy is a great mama to little Gloria.
We are seriously about to charter a plane directly to this zoo just so we can press our face up against the glass of the hippo enclosure.
Too stankin' cute! Check out a video of the baby hippo just adorbzing around AFTER THE JUMP!!
Cops in Indiana got a call on Saturday afternoon with a report of an "unresponsive female" -- and by the time EMTs arrived to the scene, the woman was found dead. Cops later confirmed it was the former TV star's body.
Henry Winkler, Ron Howard, other former co-stars and countless fans and admirers were still reeling from the news as of Sunday morning, too, with many sharing messages of condolences for Moran (below):