That's it! Cher totally wins the Internet!
The icon posted:
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He got it from his mama… and daddy!
The 20-year-old model and actor talks to the publication about his love of fashion and cinema. In fact, his favorite director is Quentin Tarantino!
The Hollywood offspring says
History has been made!
In fact, the 33-year-old revealed that being recognized on the publication's cover is particularly sentimental, since running was a huge part of her transition, saying:
"Running helped me get through the mental and emotional struggles I went through while I was transitioning. I was able to clear my head and approach things from a much better perspective."
The software engineer also expressed that this is an incredible milestone for the LGBT community, adding:
This makes us so angry!
In March of this year, a Dutch woman — known only as Laura — had a few drinks at a hotel bar in Doha, Qatar when she started to experience a weird feeling. She eventually woke up in an unfamiliar location, and realized her drink had been spiked and she was raped.
When she reported the incident to officials, they did the unthinkable…
They put her in jail.
This is incredibly emotional.
On Monday, Anderson Cooper was fighting back tears during a live segment on CNN remembering those who lost their lives in the senseless shooting at Orlando's PULSE nightclub that killed 49 and injured dozens more.
The anchor decided to read names, show pictures, and share stories about the victims of the horrific massacre in the Florida gay club over the weekend.
The news personality couldn't help but begin to break down as he honored those who were tragically killed in the massacre.
There were several points in the segment when the 49-year-old had to take a minute to compose himself, or would audibly get choked up.
His voice shook as he remembered the couples who died together, the victims who were particularly young, and all the others who were taken far too soon.
You can watch Anderson's teary tribute (below):
Sadly, bills need to be paid!
Recently, Snapchat announced they will begin placing ads between friends' stories as a way to monetize those views. Companies — including Hollister, P&G, Verizon, and Warner Brothers — are already on board.
Originally, ads would only appear in the media section of the messaging app, as the company is cautious of over-flooding one's feed with commercials.
However, considering the fact that they get around 10 billion video views each day, they saw an opportunity to make some dough!
According to their official statement