The 70-year-old man and his 67-year-old love became Instagram stars, still have plenty of passion, and are now husband and wife.
The miniskirt contained two patches that each bore a striking resemblance to the cartoon frog Pepe, a popular meme that has been declared a hate symbol.
This time it’s the turn of Amy Schumer to be on the receiving end of the cruel jibes. Over the weekend, rumours started swirling that Amy was set to be cast as Barbie in Mattel’s upcoming live action adaption. The film, which is a mix of animation and live-action, aims to put a modern spin on the way beauty is tied up with identity, and will follow Barbie as she is kicked out of Barbieland and into the real world.
Lizette Galvan of Fort Worth, Texas, saw a YouTube beauty tutorial from makeup artist Chrisspy that involved concealing one’s eyebrows and thought of a genius prank.
This picture of Victoria kissing her daughter Harper has sparked a parenting debate [Photo: Instagram/victoriabeckham] It’s astonishing what the Internet gets it’s knickers in a twist about these days. ICYMI it was little Harper Beckham’s 5th birthday earlier this week.
Little Noor’s deep as heck musings on how ‘people are like’ potatoes are currently breaking the Internet after her sister shared her Snapchats on Twitter. When she later looked on Snapchat, she saw her sister had turned the chore into sort of life lesson that’s pretty profound, not to mention totally spot on. Noor’s next snap showed two peeled potatoes next to an unpeeled one.
Axl Rose, a man whose rocker persona is built on being tough as nails, is self conscious when it comes to unflattering images of himself.
The world just got taught a valuable lesson in not following the crowd by a 5-year-old girl called Ainsley. Little Ainsley’s dance class was having a Princess Day, but instead of wearing a frothy dress like all the other princesses, Ainsley left Elsa at home and rocked up in her hotdog costume. After photos of her badass outfit were posted online, #hotdogprincess soon started trending on Tumblr and Twitter, with everyone bowing down to their new sartorial style queen.
When Libby Sanders met her now husband Matt on a blind date six years ago, she knew he was pretty special. A couple of months ago, Libby lost part of her pinky finger in an accident with a sliding door.
When it comes to getting your glow on Instabeauties are constantly searching for the highlighter holy grail. Because who doesn’t need a rainbow coloured highlighter in their life? Good news is the rainbow highlighter, called ‘prism’ has been tracked down to a US-based Etsy store called BitterLaceBeauty, where owner Jenna hand-makes the lush little pastel palettes herself.
There is no doubt that teens are using social media to express themselves romantically and more than half admitted that social media made them feel more connected to their significant other. One high school boy explained: “A lot of people kind of don’t like it on social media because it doesn’t need to be on there. ‘Cause as long as the two know how they feel about each other, I feel like if you have it on social media, it’s like more drama.
#collarbonechallenge, #bellybuttontest and #thighgap may seem like harmless hashtags – but these challenges may have a greater impact than we realize. “Social media and hashtags greatly affect body image,” says Ally del Monte, a 16-year old Connecticut-native who runs Losergurl, a blog dedicated to ending bullying and body shaming both online and in real life. “Social media has in some ways replaced or become just as important as friends you have in real life, and some people will do anything for likes and retweets, including starving themselves,” she tells us. Hashtag challenges Like many viral hashtags, the origin of The Collarbone Challenge is unknown.