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Rob Kardashian had QUITE the birthday!
As we reported, R.K. has been basking in the birthday love ever since he and his GF Blac Chyna visited Legoland earlier this week. Not to mention, his famous family also took to their respective apps and social media accounts on Thursday to send the sock mogul some birthday well wishes.
Despite having all of the attention on him while turning 29 years old, Rob chose to have a relatively low key celebration with his lady love. Aww!
Still, that doesn't mean that the celebrity couple didn't document their whole day together on Snapchat. Luckily for us, one fan captured all of the footage and shared it on Instagram (below).
Like any birthday boy, the KUWTK personality started his day off with having breakfast in bed. He snapped:
Lion Babe is back!
The NYC duo have just released their debut album and it is so good!!!
Adding to their "neo-soul" sound, the pair are exploring new rhythms and grooves - like the disco influenced Where Do We Go.
Studio 54 realness!!!
Check out the mega tune above!
Austin, we are arriving today!! And we can't wait!!!
Coming to SXSW is one of our favorite things we do every year!!
This weekend is gonna be a blast!!
THANK YOU for your support, all these years later!
You are a rock star to us!
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Eddie Izzard has taken it upon himself to do something extremely difficult and inspirational — run 27 marathons in 27 days for the charity Sport Relief.
The comedian who once ran 43 marathons in 52 days for the charity, has decided to run one marathon for each year Nelson Mandela was imprisoned. Whoa.
On top of it all, Eddie is also using the exposure to help send a great message as he gave an inspirational speech about coming out as transgender. He shared:
"I use it as a badge of identity. I am a transgender guy who came out 31 years ago… I've got boy genetics and girl genetics. We get obsessed by it in humanity. We've been obsessed for 5000 years of civilization and people are still being murdered – in Uganda they were trying to sentence people to death."
The 54-year-old continued:
"No matter what sex or sexuality, how you self-identify, or who you fancy, matters not one whit – what do you do in life? What do you make? What do you add to the human existence? That's what matters."
The actor went on to sum up his connection to Mandela and explain his run and hopeful message by saying:
"It all comes back to Nelson Mandela. Try and put something into the world, leave something positive."
Ch-ch-check out the rest of Izzard's AH-Mazing speech (below) and let us know if you feel inspired!
Another week, another song!
Last Friday, Ariana Grande released the title track off her upcoming album Dangerous Woman. And while we were underwhelmed by the first single, she just dropped a SECOND song from the upcoming record.
Be Alright is a welcomed change from D.W., since the new number is much more upbeat!
The soulful singer croons about working through the rough patches in a relationship, and how everything ultimately ends up being okay.
The chorus consists of a fun beat that we're sure will be bumping in clubs by the end of the month!