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Lady Gaga may have only taken home one trophy instead of the two she deserved (Hello? Best Actress? Ally from A Star is Born? Hi?), but her fiancé just posted an image of her and it's a FULL MOOD.

The pop idol won the Best Song award for Shallow, alongside Mark Ronson and two other producers, and celebrated in the most down-to-earth way possible.

Gaga ate breakfast in bed at 12:30am, lounging in ultimate comfort while cosying up to her new award.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

what a rager. 

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Her fiancé Christian Carino captioned the picture; "What a rager."

They looked as loved up as ever during the awards show, with Lady Gaga losing out to Glen Close in the Best Actress category, despite being the favourite to win.

The duo didn't walk the red carpet together (sad face) but spent most of the ceremony as a couple, sharing a kiss afterwards and attending an after-party.

Rager is right, she looks like she's living her best life, and deserves it too.

We wonder what exact cereal she's eating…

We're just looking for that perfect breakfast to accompany all of our awards and accolades, you know?

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Cereal is one of our ultimate meals and there's so much choice to be had.

To be honest, we are lazy AF, so pouring a bowl of cereal is perfectly acceptable as dinner.  

But could our addiction to cereal be more about the sugar content, rather than the convenience? 

An experiment conducted by Behind the Label revealed that we aren't actually pouring ourselves the 30g serving of cereal like we are suppose to.

In fact, we are doubling or tripling our portion sizes without even realising. – So put down the cereal box and take note.

The study asked participants to pour their regular breakfast bowl of cereal into either a small (standard soup) sized bowl or a larger dinner bowl.

And the results are pretty shocking. 

The average portion of sweetened diet cereal was three times (93g) the recommended portion size, which meant bowl came in at 351 calories and a staggering 14g of sugar.

To put that into human terms, that's more sugar than a glazed doughnut, which contains 12.6g of the sweet stuff.

The standard Crunchy Cornflakes poured was double the guided portion size (78g), but the kicker came with the sugar content.

Hold onto your spoons as it came in at 27.46g of sugar, which adds up to two and half glazed doughnuts worth of sugar.  

Granola isn't weighing up so fabulously either, participants helped themselves to portions almost double to what we are suppose to be having, which means they wolfed down 389 calories and 21.84g of sugar. 

And finally, a Muesil brand was the best of a bad bunch with people having a double helping which equates to four grams of the white stuff and 308 calories.

The eye-opening results shows that we are overindulging in cereals and the labels aren't much to go by.

As we tuck into a bowl, we think we are being good and keeping it within a certain amount of calories, when we are actually blowing our wonderful intentions out of the water.

So put down the spoon, put the away the milk and go buy a weighing scales, if you really want accuracy.

Or alternatively, just be mindful that you're consuming more than you think and adjust accordingly.

Even though the results are shocking, our love of cereal wil be a hard one to break up with. 

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Lads, there's nothing better than cereal, right?

Just heap a load into a bowl and that's your morning meal covered (or your hangover meal in college when you were too broke to get a chipper).

Well, for this week only, a cereal pick'n'mix shop has opened in Blanchardstown Shopping Centre and we are so God damn excited.

Nestle are the creators of this divine invention and from today until Sunday, the shopping centre will have the Aisle of Wonder open to the public.

If you can't guess already, we're pretty happy about this pop-up, it's just a pity it isn't staying around for longer.

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