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Graham Norton Show
THIS PHOTOSHOP JOB: This is an oldie, but we've only just discovered it (as it happened pre-Jen's mega-fame). A GIF has been circulating of how Canadian fashion magazine Flare reportedly slimmed Jen's face; basically eliminated her hips; gave her more hair; elongated her boob shadow and added an extra few centimetres of neck when she appeared on their cover in June 2011. Check out the befores and afters here and here.
THIS HAIRCUT: Daniel Radcliffe now looks like a period drama version of Travis from Clueless. It's real 'dead human being hair', the 24-year-old actor told Graham Norton of his hair extensions, which he's wearing for the filming of Frankenstein.
THIS GIRL'S SKILLS: For a refreshing change, here's some good sign-language news: five-year-old Claire Koch's parents are both deaf; and so she signed her way through her kindergarten Christmas concert like a total champ so they could sing along (she didn't even tell her folks she was going to do it). Little Ms. Koch is our hero of the week. Check it out.
THIS INSTAGRAM: Gisele Bundchen posted this modern-day mother-and-child painting to the left with the caption, “What would I do without this beauty squad after the 15 hours flying and only 3 hours of sleep #multitasking #gettingready”. Emmy Rossum then responded with this mash-up, with the caption: "Hey @giseleofficial, I feel ya girl. #kidding #fakebaby #soymilk #shameless."
THIS SONG: Zach Sobiech, pictured, died at just 17 in May this year from a rare form of bone cancer, Osteosarcoma. Last December, knowing he almost certainly only had a few months to live, he wrote and performed this beautiful song as a way of saying goodbye to his family and friends. Then, last week, over 5,000 of his fans gathered at The Mall Of America in Minnesotta to sing his song en masse. Watch the moving tribute here.
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People messing with Jennifer Lawrence's beauty, a girl who's awesome at sign language and Gisele Bundchen's parenting.
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