On Sunday, Lady GaGa joined her fiancé Taylor Kinney for a dip in Lake Michigan in honor of Chicago's 16th Annual Polar Plunge in support of the Special Olympics. Wow!
Of course, this chilly choice comes one year after the twosome made headlines for the same activity. Aww!
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And it seems as though these lovebirds plan on participating in the event every year as the blonde beauty shared on Instagram:
She coulda been a contender.
Yolanda Hadid's battle with Lyme disease has been heavily documented this season on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but she's not the only member of her famous family fighting the illness.
Both Bella Hadid, 19, and Anwar Hadid, 16, reportedly suffer from the disease as well, but we don't usually hear too much about their struggles.
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However, Lymarita made a teary-eyed appearance on Dr. Oz Tuesday where she revealed that Bella actually wanted to be an Olympic horseback rider before contracting Lyme, saying:
Congratulations are in order for Andy Murray and Kim Sears!
The tennis player and his bride welcomed their first born daughter on Sunday.
Confirming the news to BBC, the athlete's agent said:
"Andy and Kim had a daughter in the early hours of Sunday morning and the family are doing well."
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Andy's momma Judy Murray tweeted a photograph of the same mailbox that had been painted when Andy won gold at the London Olympics — except now adorned with pink ribbons:
This is so hard to see!
On Tuesday, Yolanda Foster took to Instagram to share a pic of herself nursing her daughter Bella Hadid back to health. Poor thing!
In case you forgot, the blonde beauty revealed back in October that her 19-year-old and her son, Anwar Hadid, suffer from lyme disease like she does.
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For the eye-opening photo (above), she wrote:
This is historic!
The transgender community has been making some amazing strides this past year with its growing visibility in Hollywood — and now the sports world, too!
The International Olympic Committee will now permit transgender athletes to compete in the games worldwide without having to undergo gender reassignment surgery first!
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In a statement, the IOC said: