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Angel Locsin's New Photos Are Going Viral on Social Media and We're All for It

The actress is currently a trending topic on Twitter for unknowingly spreading body positivity.
From raising funds for mass testing to setting up sleeping tents for health workers, Angel Locsin has proven time and again, amidst the COVID-19 crisis, that she’s a real life Darna. This morning, the actress continues to inspire as new photos of
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Mayor Vico Sotto's "Panda" Tweet Is the Kind of Humor We Needed Today

The internet seems to love his lighthearted humor during these troubling times.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rattle the world with worrying news updates, it’s natural for the internet to turn to lighthearted stories occasionally to ease their anxiety. And recently, Mayor Vico Sotto was the designated provider of some much-needed wholesome content. As
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The Funniest Reactions to Heart Evangelista's Daring Instagram Photo

Excuse us while we pick up our jaws off the floor.
We all know Heart Evangelista's practically perfect on paper, but the 35-year-old actress further proved that she is, indeed, literally flawless all over in her recent Instagram post.Heart left the internet speechless after posting a barenaked photo of her clothless back, while
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The Funniest Online Reactions to People Rewatching "Twilight" on Netflix

Have you binge-watched all five films already?
Just when you thought you've finally escaped the tired Team Edward versus Team Jacob debate, just last October, Netflix decided to put up all five Twilight movies. (Yes, five—it was so popular it apparently warranted an extra film!) Naturally, Twihards of far
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The Internet Had the Funniest Reactions to Instagram Going Down

Those 45 minutes seemed like the end of the world!
It looks like the world came to a halt for about 45 minutes today after Instagram experienced a global shutdown. The largest photo-sharing app suffered from outages as it refused to upload and show photos, while its web version only displayed a "5xx