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Woman With Breast Cancer Wins The Lottery TWICE In Three Months — See Her Shocked Reaction!

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Sometimes, good things really do happen to good people!

A North Carolina woman who has breast cancer has won the lottery for the second time in less than three months!

Gina Short has been battling breast cancer for 6 years, but a few weeks ago was "feeling lucky" — so she told her husband Len to buy a lottery ticket.

And on April 29, the couple couldn't believe it when Gina's numbers were called for winning the All or Nothing prize of $250,000!

Related: Breast Cancer Survivor Will Walk 1,000 Miles Topless!

But the win was even more miraculous due to the fact that Gina also won the lottery just two months earlier — winning $1 million in the Ultimate Millions second-chance drawing in February!

Gina told reporters that they are still in "disbelief mode" in the wake of her second win, noting:

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Nick Jonas Explains The 'Tough Situation' He & Demi Lovato Were Put In When Canceling Their Concerts In North Carolina!

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Between a rock and a bigoted place…

Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas are two of the most famous celebs to take part in the North Carolina boycott, and now we're learning a bit more about what drove them out of the state.

As you've probably heard by now, musical acts like Bruce Springsteen, Ringo Starr, and even Cirque du Soleil have all cancelled their upcoming shows in NC due to their anti-LGBT House Bill 2, and the former Disney stars jumped on the bandwagon last Monday.

Related: NC Amends Bigoted Bill To Be Less Bigoted… Still Bigoted

The Future Now Tour was originally supposed to hit Charlotte and Raleigh on June 30 and July 2… but that's no longer in the cards.

Nick spoke about the difficult decision to potentially upset North Carolina fans while at the Propel pop-up fitness studio in Venice on Wednesday, saying:

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Stephen Colbert Goes Gay To Battle Anti-LGBT Laws In His Home State Of North Carolina!

Take that, North Carolina!

Gov. Pat McCrory may be doing his best to deny equal rights to the LGBT community, but Hollywood is putting up quite the fight.

Celebs like Bruce Springsteen, Ringo Starr, Joel McHale, and Cyndi Lauper have already addressed the controversial bill, and now Stephen Colbert has also voiced his opinion on the matter.

Related: XHamster Shuts Down Access To NC Over Anti-LGBT Laws

The Late Show host opened the show Tuesday night with him simply speaking to the audience about how he believes cancelling his services in his home state of NC would be ineffective…

Except actors portraying Abraham Lincoln and Robert E. Lee can be seen making out behind him the entire time! LOLz!!!

It's just gay enough to tick off any bigot watching his late night show!

Ch-ch-check out The Late Show with Stephen Colbert's latest bit (above)!!!

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Cirque du Soleil Is The Latest Act To Cancel Shows In North Carolina Over Anti-LGBT Laws!

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Even Canadians are stepping in to support the LGBT community in North Carolina!

While artists and companies like Bruce Springsteen, Billy Ray Cyrus, Ringo Starr, and, our personal fave, XHamster.com, have already cancelled their services in North Carolina due to their recent House Bill 2, the state just got more bad news from the gayest group yet.

That's because Cirque du Soleil announced on Friday that they have cancelled upcoming tour stops in Greensboro, Charlotte, and Raleigh because of Gov. Pat McCrory's bigoted bill!

Related: Stephen Schwartz Bans Wicked Shows In NC Over Anti-LGBT Bill

The Quebec-based theatrical group released a statement letting the North Carolina government know the error of their ways, saying:

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Ted Cruz Weighs In On North Carolina's 'Perfectly Reasonable' Anti-LGBT Law!

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This, folks, is a bad opinion.

Ted Cruz is making the media rounds lately — and sometimes even doing well — but on Thursday, he said something very bad during the taping of a town hall meeting in Buffalo, New York.

Related: XHamster Shuts Down Access To NC Over Anti-LGBT Laws

Speaking about the new and controversial 'bathroom law' the state of North Carolina hurriedly passed several weeks ago, Cruz seemed all for blatant anti-LGBT discrimination, saying:

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Porn Giant XHamster Offering North Carolina A Pro-LGBT Charity Concert… On One Condition!

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We could not be more proud of this website!

XHamster.com may be known for its wide selection of pornography, but it's taking its place in history as one of the most prominent faces in the fight against homophobia in America.

The porn giant made headlines on Monday when they blocked IP addresses in North Carolina due to Gov. Pat McCrory's bigoted House Bill 2, and now they're back with an even more progressive update!

Related: NC Governor Amends Bigoted Bill To Be Less Bigoted… Still Bigoted

That's because after lifting their ban on gay-friendly users, XH is now looking to actively support the NC LGBT community with a charity concert!!!

But there's just one catch… Bruce Springsteen and Bryan Adams have to join them!

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Ringo Starr Cancels His North Carolina Gig — While Cyndi Lauper Doubles Down With Rally To Show LGBT Support!

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They're both doing what they think is right, and we support them either way!

Musicians cancelling their concerts in North Carolina has become the hottest trend when it comes to showing Gov. Pat McCrory just how discriminatory his anti-LGBT bill really is.

Celebs like Bruce Springsteen, Billy Ray Cyrus, Jimmy Buffett, and Bryan Adams have already publicly condemned the state's government for allowing such a bigoted law to pass, and now two more icons have joined them!

Related: North Carolina Loses HUNDREDS Of Jobs Over Anti-LGBT Bill

Both Ringo Starr and Cyndi Lauper commented on the inequality happening down South on Wednesday… but they actually have differing takes on what to do.

The former Beatle was first to cancel his upcoming show, saying:

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