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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That's the Power of Love!
René Angélil is recovering from throat cancer surgery, and when the Canadian singer does take the stage again, she wants to make sure he sees it!
"If there's going to be one person in the theater that night it's going to be him. It's going to be for him. I want to make him see me strong again."
Celine's husband-slash-manager was the reason she took a leave of absence from her residency at Caesars Palace, and now, he's the reason she's getting back in her groove at the end of August.
"The reason we did not come back before was because I wasn't emotionally ready to come back. My husband and my family needed me, they still do."
The vocal powerhouse explained that she's willing to do anything for him, even if that means performing again.
"He wants me strong. He wants to see me again because I'm his favorite singer. So, he wants me out there, and I have to say that I'm ready."
The songbird explains that while battling with cancer and fighting for his health, her husband never stopped working at their relationship or her career.
"Knowing that he has a lot of weight on his shoulders, his focus is still show business. It's very touching for me because he wants me to have a good time. It's not selfish, it's like, 'I'm with you and I want you back. I want you strong. I want to see you perform again.'"
Near, far, or wherever you are on August 27, Celine will be on stage in Sin City, performing for an audience, but most importantly, for her number one fan, René.
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Valerie Harper is such a strong woman.
The actress has had a long battle with cancer. Back in 2009, she beat lung cancer, only to be diagnosed with brain cancer in 2013.
But now, she's finally come to terms with the disease.
"I'm ready. I'm ready to go. Maybe that's the secret. That I'm absolutely – I don't want to, my God, I want to live to be 102."
On Tuesday, while supporting Lung Force — an organization the hopes to unite women against lung cancer — she announced that she feels better about her prognosis:
"Sometimes I feel icky, but I'm feeling very good in New York. Maybe because I'm working or I'm talking about cancer in a positive way – I think that might have something to do with it."
The Mary Tyler Moore star says the good news is that her cancer isn't progressing! She explains she's just going about life one step at a time.
"When I wake up in the morning I don't say 'Oh, I have cancer. I say 'Another day. How you feeling? Good? Good.' And when I do have little twinges of something I go 'Oh my god, is that a headache? What is that?' And I say wait a day or two, it might just be a headache and usually it is … so far."
Even though she's doing great right now, she's still living with a realistic outlook.
We're glad Valerie is in a good place mentally, and we hope that her health follows suit!
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That's a lot of pills to pop!
Poor Yolanda Foster!
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star took to Instagram midweek to share her sickness struggles with fans — the former model had been diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease back in 2012, which caused her to lose the ability to read and write.
She's been documenting her medical journey both on the show and on the social media site, and she's stayed incredibly optimistic!
In a pic she posted Wednesday, Yolanda revealed the incredible amount of pills she has to take just to fight the daunting disease. She captioned the snap:
"❤Home and ️ Back to the full time job…….#MyHealthJourney #AWholeLotOfPills#SearchingForACure #ChronicLymeDisease"
We hope Yolanda gets better soon, and we're glad to see she's putting her health first!
[Image via Yolanda Foster/Instagram.]
Seth Lane is a 5-year-old from Northamptonshire, England, and he's absolutely adorable.
He also has severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID), which means he has to live in a special cleanroom. He's known to some as a "Bubble Boy."
Seth needs a second bone marrow transplant and so his parents came up with a great way for people to show their support for this young'un!
His mom posted on her blog:
This is just terrible!!
In Mozambique, in Southern Africa, at least 69 people have been killed by poisoned beer.
49 others were admitted to hospitals in the northeastern Tete province and another 146 have reported to hospitals to be examined for poisoning!
How did all of this happen??
A traditional Mozambican beer, Pombe, made from millet or corn flour, was imbibed at a funeral.
It's believed that the beer was poisoned with