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Being a big sister is a rough job, y'all. Just as 5-year-old Sadie Miller of Phoenix, Arizona, can tell you, it comes with a lot of tears. But maybe not for the reason you're expecting. Turns out, the little girl was not too happy to find out that her lil' bro is getting older. So she let the world know.
"I don't want him to grow up," she exclaims through tears, and you can see that the pain is real. Take a look:
A hug is such a simple thing. It's a wonderful gesture of friendship and love, and one we can sometimes take for granted. But for 6-year-old Alex Pring and his family, a hug is a sign of so much more. When Alex was born, he was missing part of his right arm, but a student at the University of Central Floridadesigned a 3-D printed arm for Alex, who was then able to fully hug his mom for the first time ever.
Grab your tissues, because when you see their first full hug (meaning that Alex was able to wrap his arms around mom), you'll be feeling all the feels. Take a look:
It's official, Andi Dorfman is engaged to Josh Murray, and she is The Bachelorette no more. And while the couple was clearly rejoicing in their now public engagement, one person was still majorly confused about how it all went down. Nick Viall, Andi's runner-up, was unceremoniously dumped on last night's episode and got absolutely zero answers as to why. But his latest message to Andi and Josh has come from way out of left field (too soon for baseball references?).
Immediately after the After the Final Rosesegment aired, where Nick finally got to confront Andi and even expose their, ahem, sexual activities, he sent a very interesting note to the couple. Take a look:
For all of us breathlessly awaiting the official announcement of theTeen Mom reboot,it's finally time to celebrate! It looks like we have just received our very first clue, and it's all thanks to Amber Portwood's ex and Leah's daddy, Gary Shirley, who confirmed that he's filming again.
Granted, his little truth bomb is a little covert (why must you be so cryptic, Gary?!), but it gives us hope that our OGs are coming back to the small screen. Take a look at Gary's admission:
Have you heard of Sabina Altynbekova? She's a 17-year-old rising volleyball star who's been getting plenty of attention lately. And it's not for her impressive skills on the court or for her style of play. No, it's for her looks, because according to her coach, Sabina is "hampering" her team because she's so beautiful.
The teen, who's been playing for years in Kazakhstan, is now a complete distraction to the entire sport. And it all came to be after a tournament in Taiwan, where she became a bonafide online sensation. Her Instagram followers skyrocketed, multiple fake Facebook and Twitter accounts were opened in her name, and videos of her on the court were viewed hundreds of thousands of times.