Best feud ever or nah?!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 29, 2015
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This has some attitude, and we love it!
Meg Myers is currently climbing the charts with her debut full-length album Sorry, and her third single Lemon Eyes is really making waves!
After Myers kicked off her career with the album's title track Sorry, and then the follow-up single Desire, she's clearly focused on making really good, unique power pop — and Lemon Eyes is no exception!
We can only imagine what she's like live, with a presence this strong in the video. Considering she's currently on a headline tour across America, most of her fans are about to find out!
Ch-ch-check it out (above) and let us know what U think!
Pop stars can't seem to get along!
Being the prankster that he is, the What Do You Mean? singer decided to poke fun at the British boy band!
The 22-year-old wrote:
In response, the Biebs wrote the following sarcastic message, along with a link to preorder his upcoming CD Purpose!
Fast forward to now, the rapper may already have stiff competition in the form of another A-list star!
But now, the talk show host has joined the social media site all on his own! While it appears as though he created his profile on Thursday, the 47-year-old didn't announce the new endeavor until Friday.
He took to Twitter to share the news, writing:
But were you expecting his inaugural post to be some sarcastic quip or HIGHlarious video?
Well, it turns out, the comedian made his mark on the Facebook world by posting the CUTEST photo of his one-year-old daughter, Jane (above).
He captioned the sweet snap, joking about stereotypical parents on the internet, saying:
"Is this where you post photos of babies at the pumpkin patch?"
The funnyman, whose new page comically labels him a "dancer," may be new to the game, but he's already killing it. For example, take a look at the profile picture he uploaded on Thursday (below):
"The CAT scan came back clean, and they're slowing taking him off each machine. He's off dialysis and that looks good. We're hopeful."
"He nodded, and that was the first response we got from him. That was so encouraging."
The source says these developments have given the basketball star's loved ones a new outlook on the scary situation, admitting:
"This is the most positive stuff we've had since it happened. We've been on pins and needles. We've got a little bit of hope now.
If this report is true, it means the ailing athlete has come a long way, after suffering from supposed organ failure and multiple strokes.
We hope Lamar continues to show signs of improvement, and our thoughts are with him during this difficult time.
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