We had no idea it was this bad!
But that's not even the worst part...
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This will absolutely restore your faith in humanity.
Two weeks ago, Memphis resident Matt White was approached at a supermarket by a teenager named Chauncy Black who simply wanted food for him and his disabled mother. In exchange, the high school student offered to carry groceries to the man's car.
According to White:
"When Chauncy approached me, it just tugged at my heart… Here comes Chauncy, just trying to get food for him and his Mom off of the grace of other people. When I looked at him and saw what he was doing and what he was asking for, I said he was my hero."
As they were getting groceries, the two formed an instant bond, where Matt learned more about Chauncy's life.
We literally cannot wait for Barbra Streisand's new album, and these duet teasers are not helping us be patient!!
In case you didn't know, Streisand's new effor, ENCORE: Movie Partners Sing Broadway, drops on August 26!
And when you watch that AH-Mazing video (above), you'll get a fun, fresh teaser of Miz Streisand and Mr. Foxx going in on Climb Ev'ry Mountain from The Sound Of Music together!
We bet she'll attract some brand new super fans with team ups like this!
What a powerful song — and the perfect artist to belt it out!
Of course, the song is very important in a lot of ways: Xtina is donating every single cent of the song's earnings to the National Compassion Fund in honor of the victims of the Pulse nightclub terror attack in Orlando earlier this month.
And it's such a welcoming, accepting song, it's definitely a must-hear for EVERYBODY!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
BTW, still rockin' that red hair… such a good look for her!
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Love em, or hate em, YouTube stars like Tyler Oakley and Smosh are sticking around for a bit which means they DEFINITELY deserve the Mean Tweets treatment!
Luckily, since VidCon — a convention for online videos — is taking place this weekend in Anaheim, Jimmy Kimmel thought it would be the PERFECT opportunity to have some YouTubers swing by to read their harshest messages from Twitter!
Several online personalities took a hammering like Grace Helbig who was told "my taint is funnier and easier on the eyes." However, most of them were able to shrug off the comments as they see comments like that EVERY DAY!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious video of your favorite YouTubers receiving some online hate (below)!
To be a fly on the wall at this party…
The Foo Fighters frontman was about to play Best Of You when he went into a story about going to a party at the former Beatles' house and watching the legend perform a song on the piano… only to end up jamming out with the two superstars while incredibly high!
Here's how Dave sets the scene at McCartney's house, fresh with an unlikely assist from "Batman," as he refers to T-Swift (below):
Shawn Mendes has had enough!
In his response, Shawn says he isn't mad people were saying he gives off a "gay vibe" — he's instead frustrated people would make gay references in a negative way at all. The main point: even if he was gay, it shouldn't matter. Bless!
The Canada native went on:
This. Is. Beautiful.
On Thursday, Todrick Hall dropped his visual album Straight Outta Oz on YouTube, and it's an absolutely incredible, star-studded piece of art.
The Wizard Of Oz parody tells the story of the 31-year-old's life, including his childhood, coming to terms with his sexual identity, falling in love, moving to
El Lay Oz Angeles, struggling with the entertainment industry, and his relationship with his family.
The hour-long video also examines controversies and social injustices including the Black Lives Matter movement, police brutality, gun violence, and more.
It even includes touching tributes to Christina Grimmie, Trayvon Martin, and the Orlando shooting victims.
The amazing performer took to Twitter after releasing the visual, revealing that he did this to creatively express the pain he's felt over the past year, writing: