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Selena Gomez ADORABLY Busts A Move With 6-Year-Old Girl Battling Rare Bone Marrow Disease — Watch!

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Size matters not!

It seems like Selena Gomez has really been showing off her fun side lately, whether it's laughing at herself after concert mishaps or just having fun with James Corden while doing karaoke on a rollercoaster!

Well Selly's continuing her streak of awesomeness — to be fair we don't know that it's ever stopped — by meeting and dancing with Audrey Nethery, a 6-year-old fan who captured the nation's attention dancing on Rachael Ray in April!

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Audrey, who suffers from the rare disease Diamond Blackfan Anemia — in which the girl's bone marrow does not make enough red blood cells that carry oxygen throughout her body — was lucky enough to meet up with Gomez on Wednesday after her Louisville, Kentucky concert! Not only did the ladies look like they had a blast dancing to Love You Like A Love Song, but Audrey's got some moves!

Ch-ch-check out the absolutely PRECIOUS video (below) and let us know what you think!

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Inspirational 16-Year-Old Cancer Survivor's Fight Song Finally Gets Simon Cowell To Hit The Golden Buzzer On America's Got Talent!

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This season of America's Got Talent has already showed us there's still a lot of untapped star potential out there but Tuesday night's episode might have had Simon Cowell's favorite performer yet!

While we've already been treated to the next Taylor Swift, and been privileged to see a 13-year-old SLAM Donald Trump during her standup act, there's nothing like an inspiration performance which is exactly what we got from Calysa Bevier!

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Bevier, a 16-year-old survivor of stage 3 ovarian cancer took the stage to briefly tell her story and then perform Rachel Platten's Fight Song to which Simon finally used his once-per-season golden buzzer saying:

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Sean Hayes, Megan Hilty, & MANY More Broadway Stars Perform Orlando Tribute LIVE On Maya & Marty To Benefit Shooting Victims — Watch!

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Love is the best medicine!

Since the horrible mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando almost two weeks ago, there has been a ton of support for the victims — and Broadway is making sure they're contributing as much as possible!

Some pretty major names, including Sarah Jessica Parker, Whoopi Goldberg, and Kristen Bell, recently came together to record a cover of Burt Bacharach and Hal David's classic song What the World Needs Now is Love to benefit the Orlando shooting victims and on Tuesday they released their track!

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Well now we have even better news as Maya Rudolph and Martin Short had some of the song's performers — Sean Hayes, Megan Hilty, ​Rosie Perez, and Michael Cerveris — perform the track live on their new show Maya & Marty on Tuesday night!

In a shared message at the begging of the video, the stars expressed their deep feelings of sadness saying:

"All of us in the Broadway community are deeply saddened by the senseless tragedy that occurred in Orlando. We send our love and support and thoughts and prayers to everyone impacted by this act of violence and hate."

Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazingly inspirational performance (below) and don't forget to snag What the World Needs Now is Love on iTunes to help benefit the LGBT Center of Central Florida!

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Broadway For Orlando Drops What The World Needs Now Is Love Music Video — See Kristen Bell, Sarah Jessica Parker, & More Belt Their Hearts Out HERE!

In times of tragedy people often come together to try and help in anyway they can.

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Well after the worst mass shooting in U.S. history took place just over a week ago, some of the biggest names in Broadway came together to record a cover of the 1965 hit What the World Needs Now Is Love to raise funds for the LGBT Center of Central Florida. As we previously reported, the A-list group — including Sara Bareilles, Sarah Jessica Parker, Whoopi Goldberg, and many more — recorded the song on June 15 at the Avatar Studios in NYC.

We're happy to report that the music video for this inspirational song dropped on Monday! Bless.

Other soloists include Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Matthew Broderick, Sutton Foster, and countless others. Not to mention, many of the talented artists involved with this song will perform the number on Maya & Marty at 10/9c on NBC. LOVES it!

Be sure to ch-ch-check out the powerful performance for yourself (above)! Don't forget you can purchase the song at BroadwayRecords.com for $1.99 and the track will also be available on iTunes.

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JCPenney Says 'Fat Girls Can Do Whatever They Want!' — See Their New Body-Positive Ad Campaign!

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JCPenney is spreading some serious body positivity!

The department store's new ad campaign, Here I Am, features fierce females like Project Runway winner Ashley Nell Tipton, best-selling author Jes Baker, and even singer Mary Lambert, who was featured on Macklemore's pro-LGBT song Same Love.

All these lovely ladies opened up about how their size shouldn't define them in the company's newest promo, which is all about curve confidence!

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Jes proudly exclaimed that all women are capable of anything, regardless of their size, saying:

"We're countering a lifetime of learned hatred. Fat girls can do whatever they want. I thought I couldn't wear a bikini and I can, and I love it."

The gorgeous gal also explained she's finally learning to accept herself:

"That's a pretty powerful thing for me, especially when you've been taught your entire life that you need to shrink or hide or disappear."

Mary echoed that sentiment, expressing:

"My size is not an indicator of my worth."

Absolutely!

Style blogger Gabi Fresh also appeared in the campagin, and said that being skinny wouldn't change who she is as a human being:

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