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This Vine by Aaron Sanders adds some high-pitched sounds to Miley Cyrus's "We Can't Stop," reminiscent of Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble" remixes.

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Jen Shattuck's three-year-old son LOVES to wear tutus. He wears them every chance he gets and couldn't be happier. Sadly, not all people see the little dude's free spirit as positively as his loving mom does. 

In a Facebook post that has since gone viral, Jen describes a man who has been watching the family from a distance from weeks. He confronting the child and a police report has since been filed.

On their way to the park this man said to the boy, "She shouldn't keep doing this to you," "You're a boy. She's a bad mommy. It's child abuse." 

Keep doing you, Roo. #TuTusForRoo


Last night, Chrissy Teigen went on a rant directed at Donald Trump's campaign spokeswoman, Katrina Pierson.

Teigen went on to call Katrina a "horrible choice of campaign spokesperson" and a soul selling woman who cries into her pillow every night.

Katrina Pierson must have hopped in late on the Twitter bash because she responded politely to the tail end of Chrissy's rant with a retweet and a thank you.

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It all started when The Late Show dropped a tweet in reference to one of Stephen Colbert's opening jokes on Friday.

If you haven't been following, pharma-bro Martin Shkreli is in the news again for endorsing the price spike of an EpiPen made by Mylan Pharmaceuticals that went from less than $100 to $608.61.

Martin Shkreli took notice to The Late Show tweet and responded to the joke. Soon after, Stephen Colbert (from his personal Twitter) responded to Shkreli in very Colbert-like fashion.

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