There's no way we could be this lucky... right?!
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From questionable hairstyles to the ancient trend that once was the Sidekick cell phone, the 18-year-old and her crew are providing us with tons of laughable commentary while watching the vintage footage.
From one It Girl to another.
It was a light joke about being as tired as LiLo, only without all of the partying and drinking… but Lindsay's family is pissed!
So, so sad.
The 36-year-old took to Twitter with an image of balloons floating in the air captioned:
Khloé Kardashian's estranged husband and Morales were together for 10 years and share two other children, Destiny and Lamar Jr. Little Jayden passed away at 6 months from SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) in 2006.
Six years later in 2012, Morales opened up about the loss to parenting blog Mommy's Dirty Little Secrets:
"The loss was traumatic for both of us. We just dealt with it in different ways," she said at the time. "I had to depend on my spirituality . . . Lamar turned to work. He had his music he was working on, a clothing company and an artist he was working with — that's how he dealt. I was alone during that time, but at least I had my family and friends. The loss never leaves you, but it does get better. We have pictures of Jayden around the house and the kids and I talk about him all the time. We are in a place of peace and acceptance."
After Lamar's overdose in October, Morales and the kids flew out to be with the former Olympian as he remained in critical condition. Once he was stabilized, Morales tweeted:
"The TRUTH is God is good. All the time. Continued prayers for my children and their father. Thank you for the support and well wishes."
And again on Thanksgiving Day, the momma wrote that she was "so grateful" for all of the support during LO's recovery:
We're happy to see Liza is keeping her head up through all of this tragedy, especially for the sake of the kids.
The best part about Hello being literally everywhere is that we get so many great covers!
Well, another rendition of Hello has made its way online… and this one is in a completely different language!
Dela Maranga is a singer from Nairobi, Kenya, and her Swahili version of the 25 classic may actually be better than the original.
Her voice is powerful like Adele's, but she also has this soulful tone that makes the lyrics even more painful — in the best way possible.
Ch-ch-check out the latest viral video inspired by the Queen herself (below)!!!