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Jokes, a Mick jagger impression and his first solo performance.

Yep, it safe to say Harry Styles killed it on Saturday Night Live last night.

It was the first time any of Harry's fans saw him perform since he went on hiatus with One Direction, and looking at these tweets, he certainly didn't disappoint.

It seems like people are more in love with Harry now than ever before:



Ah, today was the day.

It was the day Obama officially exited the White House, and Trump was sworn into presidency.

Between the numerous choirs, Barron's non-stop yawning and Michelle's reactions, it's safe to say, we'll never forget this inauguration:


Some fans said his decision to speak publicly about the moment he found George Michael dead was, so soon after his passing, in bad taste. 

And today, Fadi Fawez courted yet more controversy – stating in an incredible series of tweets that the 53-year-old pop superstar was suicidal and had made attempts to take his own life before. 

The tweets have now been deleted and the account shut.

However, the London-based hairdresser, who had been in a relationship with George since 2012, is adamant that he is the victim of a hacker.

Fadi told Mirror Online: "I am shocked with what's going on with the Twitter thing. My Twitter account has been hacked and closed."

He added: "It's a bit scary to be honest. I did not send those tweets. I woke up at 11.30am to the news. I am not going to worry about these things."

The shocking tweets had earlier read: "The only thing George wanted is to die.

"He tried numbers of times to kill himself many times… and finally he managed.

"We loved each other very much and were together almost 24 hours a day.

Less than 24 hours after George Michael's Christmas Day passing, Mr Fawez tweeted that he had found him dead in his bed.

The cause of his death has been cited by police as heart failure, although further toxicology testing is now being carried out.



It's safe to say we'd be RAGING if our parents met our celeb crush… and that's exactly what happened to this girl.

Presley Peterson from Florida loves the Jonas Brothers and often tweets about it:

However, she was taken by surprise when her mother sent her pictures from her holiday in Hawaii and sitting right behind her in the restaurant was Nick Jonas.

Presley simply replied "Holy sh*t" to her mam, and then shared the image on Twitter with the caption, "Mom is sending me pictures of her and dad on vacation when all of the sudden (sic)."

We have to say, it's pretty hilarious.

The tweet has been retweeted over 6,500 times and has 11,000 likes.

If that was us, we'd be on the next plane to join the fam (and Nick, obvz).



Public transport is, in anyone’s language, a complete and utter nightmare.

Yes, it's cheap (well, relatively speaking), fairly dependable (when they're not striking, that is) and pretty safe, but then there's all the, you know, other stuff.

For every punctual bus, train or tram, there’s a fellow commuter who won’t break eye contact with you, a random passenger who thinks the Luas is the right time to crack out a burrito or a person with limited control of their bodily functions.

And if you think you're alone in these daily transport struggles, you need look no further than Twitter to realise that public transport is, for each and every one of us, as harrowing as it gets.

 1. When this happens

2. When people aren't locked up

3. When people like you a bit too much

4.  When you're actually the biggest issue

5. When you'd be quicker crawling

6. When a fellow commuter isn't even human

7. When THOSE people get on

8. When you get ahead of yourself

9. When your life is in your hands… and you love it




Yesterday was not only Mean Girls day, it was also National Boyfriend Day.

And of course, many people took to social media to wish their fellas a happy day, but what got us was the flurry of Tweeters that took the mick out of the 'holiday'.

Here's some of our fave #NationalBoyfriendDay tweets:

Hey, here's to vodka! 



Today marked the 5th annual March for Choice in Dublin City Centre.

Mothers, daughters, brothers, fathers, friends and even movie stars flooded the streets of the city as they set out in order for the Eight Amendment to be changed and for abortion to be legalised in Ireland.

And even with the downpour of rain and Dublin Bus on strike, the people of Ireland came out in their thousands.

Here, we take a look at the best reactions on social media to the day's event:


It's only been a few weeks since Storm Barney hit us, and then its sister Storm Clodagh rushed onto our shores. 

And yesterday, we met Barney and Clodagh's big bro, Desmond.

Storm Desmond hit Ireland with a bang, with many roads closing and planes diverting to Shannon Airport and even Manchester Airport.

But that didn't stop us having the craic with Des though, as many people on Twitter proved that us Irish just can't deal with the windy weather:

1. Like the person with this sound advice:

2. The name is also a major talking point:

3. And we can't even see ourselves on the weather forecast:

4. Desmonds all around Ireland are taking offence too:

5. Saying that, not many people are keen on the name:

6. Not keen at all…:

7. And this tweet certainly speaks for the whole country:

8. But in the end, all we can do is hope it ends soon:



Iggy Azalea has always openly supported the LGBT community, but this week the past came back to haunt her.

Iggy was scheduled to perform at the Pittburgh Pride Festival, but the Austraalian rapper confirmed on Twitter that she would not be taking to the stage as planned the Saturday.

The reason? Because of previous Tweets she sent which have been interpreted as homophobic. 

The posts in question include the star saying she thinks its "kinda homo" when guys whisper in each other's ears, but were uploaded prior to her finding fame.

Iggy told followers: "I am a firm believer in equality. Unfortunately in the past as a young person, I used words I should not have. The last thing I want is for something so carelessly said to be interpreted as reflective of my character."

"I meant no harm and deeply regret ever uttering those words. As an adult I would never use them because I understand they play a detrimental role in the fight for issues that I do truly believe in."

And certainly, the 25-year-old has apologised to anyone she has upset.

"I am sorry to anyone who I have offended or disappointed and I wish all my fans and friends participating in Pride the best of luck," she added.

This isn't the only show Iggy has cancelled recently; last month she also pulled the plug on her The Great Escape tour. The dates were slated to take place in the autumn, but Iggy told Seventeen magazine that she'd had "a different creative change of heart".

Iggy is now engaged to boyfriend Nick Young and seems to be taking some down time to herself at the moment. 



Jack P Shepherd, who plays David on Coronation Street, angered a lot of people last night after joking about the horrific arson attack on an animal shelter in Manchester, which saw 60 dogs killed.

His tweets read: "I have a billion hot dog jokes", followed by: "You guys need to lighten up. #GetItLightenUp".

They have since been deleted and Jack has been on damage control, tweeting:

"I sincerely apologise for any offence I have caused. This was not intended to be a malicious tweet and I didn't consider the offence it would cause.

"At the time I didn't realise the scale of the tragedy but that doesn't excuse my behaviour. I now realise how insensitive I have been. I have made a donation to the MCR dogs home and I'm very sorry for my behaviour."

A Coronation Street spokeswoman also released a statement, saying: "Jack quickly realised the insensitivity of his tweets and deleted them straight away. He apologises for any offence he has caused.

"Jack's ill judged and insensitive tweets were clearly unacceptable and we will be talking to him about his conduct."

While we all love a good joke, this was definitely a pretty bad one. Not cool, Jack!



This is hands down the best thing we have seen all day.

#TweetLikeJadenSmith has taken over Twitter and sees everyone using the hashtag and attempting to recreate some of Jaden’s more insightful (read: bizarre) tweets!

First, here is a small taste of Jaden’s real tweets:

Jaden’s philosophical tone is more or less being slaughtered online in the funniest way EVER! Here are some of the best ones:


Some would say that being by choosing to work on the radio, your your bound to get some stick every now and again. The presenters at Today FM have had enough and decided it’s time to get back at their haters and play them at their own game. Watch this video for more!