We are so on board with this adorable trend!
Apparently the Australian man who used his adorable newborn baby to propose to his girlfriend turned fiancée wasn't the first one to do so!
Twitter user, Gina Torres revealed that her sister's fiancé did the same thing a couple weeks ago.. and there was a onesie response to follow up with the proposal!
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Does that mean more of Zayn Malik in a skirt? Because we’ll take it!
One Direction has been breaking records — and hearts — since the release of the best song ever, Best Song Ever.
So how will they top the Best?
Do it again!
Lovely Louis Tomlinson recently teased the band’s next single on Sydney, Australia’s Nova FM radio station, saying:
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Icona Pop released their new track, All Night, today, which will be featured on their debut studio album, due to drop in September.
And it’ll make your “pop go rock”!
We’re still loving I Love It for our summer jam, and All Night DEF seems like an AMAZE soundtrack for fall, so now all we need are winter and spring tunes from the Swedish twosome and we’re set for the year!!!
Check it outtttttttt (above)!
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Back in August, we were excited to announce that Ridley Scott had signed on to direct a follow up to his 1982 sci-fi classic Blade Runner.
Now, we're hearing that the film is still happening…but without Harrison Ford.
When asked about the project during a recent interview, Scott had the following to say:
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We imagine this is the last time they'll stream an entire episode on-line a week before it airs!
After a nearly recording breaking 5.424 million viewers tuned in for the fourth season premiere of True Blood, the follow-up episode was made watchable on-line nearly a week in advance, and apparently, it showed in the ratings this past Sunday night, which dropped 47%!
Only 2.9 million total watched the HBO series live, securing it a 1.5 demo rating!
Oopsie! Not the best marketing strategy, guys!
Don't worry, though! We doubt the same mistake will be made again!
Gotta keep those ratings nice and high!
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