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...
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It's amazing how some actors look SO much like our former presidents!
Remember when James Marsden played the late John F. Kennedy in The Butler? The actor resembled JFK so much we definitely did a double take!
Or what about the performers who've played fictional presidents, like Michael Keaton in the romantic comedy First Daughter!? It's crazy to think that 11 years ago Michael starred as Katie Holmes' POTUS DAD!
Check out the awkwardness (below)!
Valentine's Day is just around the corner — meaning it's crunch time for a lot of people who are trying to make the day as special as possible!
However, there are actually a lot of cliché things couples should avoid on February 14.
Remember Will Smith's character in the movie Hitch? He was a dating doctor who helped romantically challenged men, so we found our own dating doctor to advise us on big V-Day no-nos!
Relationship expert David Coleman revealed the BIGGEST mistakes couples make on this designated day of romance, and we paired them with descriptive GIFs for your viewing pleasure!
Check out David's tips (below)!
For all the single people out there, Valentine's Day can be absolute MISERY.
Though we won't judge if your V-Day plans consists of a bottle of wine (or two) and a Friends marathon on Netflix, we have a few better options for you thanks to our friend and dating doctor extraordinaire, David Coleman.
Similarly to Will Smith's character in the movie Hitch, David is an absolute expert when it comes to love and dating. Coleman frequently visits campuses around the U.S. giving motivational speeches on how to find true love.
So, we HAD to ask Dr. Coleman — how can we not be "forever alone" on Valentine's Day like our fave 30 Rock character, Liz Lemon?
According to our dating guru, the answer is actually quite simple!
Bow wow wow yippie yo yippie yay!
A Bill Kelly from Tallahassee, Florida must be feeling special to have this lucky dog in his life!
The 58 year old recently bought some scratch off lottery tickets to use as stocking stuffers for his family, and it was his dog's sock that was the spot of one winning ticket.
A ticket worth THREE MILLION DOLLARS!
Here's what the dog owner said in a statement: