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    PARENTS of all backgrounds have had arguments over what to name a newborn. But when one family decided to go with a name from Twilight, it was Reddit users who had a bone to pick. 3A new baby's name was likely inspired by the Twilight seriesCredit: Summit Entertainment A newborn baby arrived in the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania last month and her birth was announced on the hospital's billboard. Born on August 14, the little girl appears to have two Twilight megafans for parents. Bella – the name of Kristen Stewart's character – has certainly risen in popularity since the book and movie franchise was released. But that's not what the parents went with. READ MORE BABY NAMESParental pick I'm a baby name guru - what I'd NEVER name my kids as no one can spell itKID YOU NOT I'm a midwife and there’s one baby name I can’t stand - it's just awful "Welcome baby Renesmee," read a sign from Lehigh Valley Health Network, which was captured and posted in a TikTok video posted by someone named Courtney....
    IT can be difficult to know what kind of outfit looks good on different body shapes. So two women are doing their best to help others narrow down wardrobe choices for all shapes and sizes. 4Two women - one a size 8 and one a size 14 - tried on Bella Hadid inspired looks from Zara in a video on TikTokCredit: TikTok/@hannahmusselwhitex 4These green trousers looked fantastic on both womenCredit: TikTok/@hannahmusselwhitex 4After initially styling them differently, they then wore the same corset top, with glamorous resultsCredit: TikTok/@hannahmusselwhitex Hannah Musselwhite, who is a size eight, took to TikTok to showcase a series of Bella Hadid-inspired khaki looks from Zara. She was joined by her friend, who is a size 14, as they began with a £32.99 Poplin Corsetry-Inspired dress from the high street store. Both women styled the dress for an evening out, with some strappy sandals and cute bags. Next, they tried on a pair of light green silk trousers, which Hannah paired with a printed cropped corset top. Read more Fashion stories FASHION...
    A Bronx teen was allegedly shot and killed by an off-duty corrections officer for firing on the warden with an illegal air rifle featured in the TikTok 'Orbeez Challenge.'  Dion Middleton, 45, was arrested and charged for the murder of Raymond Chaluisant, 18, after the teenager allegedly fired at him from a car with an air rifle using Orbeez soft gel balls. It is the same type of weapon used in the viral 'Orbeez Challenge' videos, The New York Daily News reported, with the challenge depicting unsuspecting strangers being fired at by pranksters.  Chaluisant died in a bloodbath after being shot while traveling in the passenger seat of a silver Acura SUV. A bloodied handprint could be seen on its door afterwards. He was struck by a bullet in the chin, leaving his remains too disfigured to identify, a grieving relative said.  Middleton is said to have driven on to work immediately afterwards and did not report the shooting to any of his superiors.  It is unclear if Chaluisant was filming himself, and no TikTok clip of his final moments has emerged. Air...
    SHE'S a self-described "gypsy queen" who loves a bit of bling. So when Pashy Hilden Goldsmith turned 40, her friends and family went all out to ensure she had a special day. 7Pashy Hilden Goldsmith took to TikTok to show off how she celebrated her 40th birthdayCredit: tiktok/@pashyhildengoldsmith 7She was given a Swarovski gift set from her best friend EmilyCredit: tiktok/@pashyhildengoldsmith 7She also had a traveller-inspired cake of a wagonCredit: tiktok/@pashyhildengoldsmith Pashy took to TikTok to share numerous videos of her birthday celebrations, including one showing off her traveller-inspired cake. "Today it’s my 40th birthday and my lovely friend Heidi made me this gypsy wagon cake," she said. "I absolutely love it. There’s a lot of detail gone into that. I absolutely love it. "I wanted a wagon cake because it’s my gypsy way of life and my gran and grandfather used to go along side the roads and stop there with the wagons and the horses. Read more Real Life stories NO GIFTS I had a ‘no gifts’ policy at my child’s birthday...
    A WOMAN who got 7ml of filler in her face and fox eyes both at the same time has been trolled online for her new Barbie-inspired look. Scarlett Gladwin, who is from the US, shared a video to TikTok where she could be seen virtually taking her social media followers along with her to an aesthetic surgeon. 4Scarlett Gladwin, who is from the US, could be seen heading to an aesthetic surgeonCredit: @scarlettgladwin/Tiktok 4She got 7ml of filler in her face and fox eyes all at the same timeCredit: @scarlettgladwin/Tiktok In the clip, she says: "Come with me to get 7ml filler and fox eyes." Scarlett then appears in the surgery chair with numbing cream on her face. Moments later, she receives a series of treatments - including chin and jaw filler, cheek filler, injections to her nasal lines, Russian lips and fox eye threads. At the end of the video, a swollen-looking Scarlett shows off the finished look before adding: "It will heal." The post has received over 717,000 views, 43,000 likes and been inundated with comments. READ...
    With lace curtains, clashing prints and crochet doilies - for many homeowners, their grandmother's house does not conjure up images of style and sophistication.   But for young TikTok users, the coastal 'grandmother aesthetic' is the latest fashionable interior trend - with Google searches for the style increasing 334 per cent in the past week globally.   A far cry from patchwork rugs and fringed lampshades, the trend sees homeowners embrace neutral colour palettes, loose linens and natural materials in order to replicate the stylish home of the 'coastal grandmother'.  The trend is inspired by the aspirational lives of fashionable romcom grandmothers such as Diane Keaton and Meryl Streep's characters in films like Something's Gotta Give and It's Complicated.  Coined by US-based influencer Lex Nicoleta, who shares various TikTok videos on how to achieve the 'coastal grandmother aesthetic' the trend has has 2.6 million views on the platform.  Coastal grandmother chic! The key components of a 'coastal grandmother' living room include linens, natural materials and fresh flowers, as seen above The interior design trend 'coastal' grandmother has taken over TikTok. The romcom-inspired aesthetic features kitchens with a lived-in...
    MORGAN HILL (CBS SF) — Police in Morgan Hill arrested a teenage boy after a projectile attack on two pedestrians apparently inspired by another viral TikTok challenge. The “Orbeez Challenge” on TikTok involves pedestrians being shot at with gel or water-based pellets, commonly referred to as ‘Orbeez,’ a brand of small, absorbent water beads. The pellets can cause painful welts and major injury if struck in the face or eyes, police said. READ MORE: UPDATE: 4-Alarm Fire Burning at Commercial Building in CampbellOfficers responded Thursday at around 3:48 p.m. to the area of East Main Ave. and the U.S. Highway 101 overpass on a report of the pedestrians getting hit with multiple projectiles shot from a passing vehicle. Following an investigation, police were able to identify the vehicle and its associated male juven ile driver. He was arrested at his home without incident. A search of his vehicle turned up a Splat-R-Ball blaster in the vehicle’s back seat. Splat-R-Ball projectile gun found in vehicle of teenage boy arrested in Morgan Hill. (Morgan Hill Police Department) READ MORE: San...
    A WOMAN has revealed how she turned her dusty, neglected attic into a treehouse-inspired paradise complete with a cinema and reading net. TikTok user Charlotte Violet uploaded a video showing how she transformed it into one of her favourite rooms of the house. 6TikTok user Charlotte Violet showed how she made a treehouse-inspired bedroom in her atticCredit: TikTok/@happyenchantedhome 6Before, the attic was dusty and filled with old belongingsCredit: TikTok/@happyenchantedhome 6Charlotte added a projector and fairy lights to make a home cinema that she could enjoy from her bedCredit: TikTok/@happyenchantedhome On her @happyenchantedhome account, she showed how she stripped away all of the belongings gathering dust in the attic. Then she added a wooden floor and set about decorating it so she could sleep there. Charlotte showed off the finished result and hailed the renovation “the best idea” she’d ever had. She and her partner added a bed, swing, bookcases and plants to make it homely. More on home transformationsCLEANED UP Mrs Hinch shares her DIY projects for Hinch Farm, including a treehouseHOUSE THAT I'm a pro decorator, I transformed my...
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Disney has done the frozen Nordic princess, the Chinese warrior princess and many others in between. But a Korean princess? Not so much. Harvard University student Julia Riew has set out to fix that. The 22-year-old Korean American senior wrote “Shimcheong: A Folktale” — a full-length musical inspired by a Korean folktale with a decidedly Disney movie vibe — as her senior thesis. She’s been releasing snippets of it on TikTok since January, and has quickly amassed a passionate following with the short videos that show her transforming into an animated Disney princess as she belts out her songs. Riew has even sparked interest from Hollywood and theater producers, while supporters have taken to creating visuals and animations to help bring her story to life. “It honestly still feels like I’m dreaming,” she said recently. “It’s been heartwarming to see the reaction, especially among the Korean American community.” Riew, who grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, before her family moved to New York City and then Connecticut, hopes the musical follows the same trajectory...
    SHE'S a Mrs Hinch fan who spent a fortune on turning her rented house into the perfect home. But now, after going all out to ensure the property met her impossibly high standards, Channay - aka CleaningMum - has been left devastated, after her landlord told her she's got to be out by January. 3Channay has spent a tonne on her rental home but has now been told she's got to be out by JanuaryCredit: Tiktok/@cleaningmum 3She seems to have been inspired by Mrs Hinch for the largely grey abodeCredit: Tiktok/@cleaningmum Channay took to TikTok to bemoan her situation, sharing a video of her heavily grey, blinged-up paradise and writing: "When you’ve just spent ££££ on the house you live in for the landlord to give you a notice to leave by January. What a f**king joke." However, her followers were quick to remind her that she lives in a rented property, so therefore has no grounds on which to complain. "I thought it was common knowledge that it’s  not a good idea to invest in doing...
    NEW KENSINGTON, Pa. (KDKA-TV) – Call it a modern twist on an old concept. A school hall pass used to be nothing more than a piece of paper. However, the New Kensington-Arnold School District in Pennsylvania says it’s going to start using a form of an “e-hall pass” moving forward. The moves comes as a means to improve student accountability and prevent student vandalism prompted by a social media challenge. One of the latest TikTok challenges asks kids to completely destroy school or public bathrooms and post it online. The hope is this new e-hall pass will discourage kids from trying the same thing knowing their teachers know where they are at all times once they walk out of the classroom. READ MORE: Over 90% Of Baltimore City Teachers Vaccinated Against COVID-19, District SaysSo what exactly are students doing? “Ripping paper towel dispensers off the wall, plugging up the sinks, letting the water run, creating funnels for water, ripping the sensors out of the sinks and taking the toilet, and throwing it around and dumping the trash,” said New Kensington-Arnold School...
    NEW KENSINGTON, Pa. (KDKA) – Call it a modern twist on an old concept. A school hall pass used to be nothing more than a piece of paper. However, the New Kensington-Arnold School District says it’s going to start using a form of an e-hall pass to improve student accountability and prevent student vandalism prompted by one of the latest social media challenges. READ MORE: Pittsburgh-Area Hospitals Say They Are Ready To Vaccinate Kids Ages 5-11One of the latest TikTok challenges asks kids to completely destroy school or public bathrooms and post it online. The hope is this new e-hall pass will discourage kids from trying the same thing knowing their teachers know where they are at all times once they walk out of the classroom. “Ripping paper towel dispensers off the wall, plugging up the sinks, letting the water run, creating funnels for water, ripping the sensors out of the sinks and taking the toilet, and throwing it around and dumping the trash,” said New Kensington-Arnold School District Superintendent Chris Sefcheck. Sefcheck says they’ve seen it mostly at the...
    An 18-year-old Louisiana high school student may face up to 10 years in prison after new felony charges were filed in connection to an attack on a disabled teacher that was recorded during a suspected TikTok challenge earlier this month, authorities announced Tuesday. Larrianna Jackson was charged with felony second-degree battery and with cruelty to the infirmed on Friday, District Attorney Warren Montgomery’s office said in a news release. Jackson had initially been charged with felony battery of a school teacher after her arrest on Oct. 6. ‘OLD RETIRED TEACHER’ PLEADS FOR KINDNESS AS THE 'NEXT TIKTOK SCHOOL CHALLENGE The new charges come after authorities reviewed the evidence in the case, FOX8 New Orleans reported. The incident happened at Covington High School, where the 18-year-old allegedly punched her 64-year-old teacher, who reportedly uses a wheelchair. Larrianna Jackson faces new felony charges related to the Oct. 6 beating of a disabled teacher during a suspected TikTok challenge at a high school in Covington, La., authorities announced Tuesday. (Office of District Attorney Warren Montgomery) A student-recorded cellphone video of the incident...
    BRAINTREE (CBS) – A Braintree student is facing potentially significant punishment for allegedly assaulting a teacher. The school district says the incident was inspired by a “slap a teacher” challenge on popular social media app TikTok. It happened Wednesday at an unidentified Braintree school. In a letter to parents, Braintree school officials said recent TikTok challenges have led students to participate in vandalism and other destructive acts in schools around the country. “However, the most recent TikTok challenge involves ‘slap a teacher,’ and we had our first case in the district today,” the district told parents. “Please be aware that physically assaulting any staff member in the Braintree schools will immediately result in notification of the Braintree Police Department and significant school-based discipline, up to and including expulsion.” Potential legal charges range from assault to indecent assault and battery, school officials said. Parents are asked to talk to their children about potential consequences. “Although social media offers the potential of a more inter-connected world, the frequent appeal to abhorrent behaviors and debased language across these various platforms are a minefield...
    People who oppose vaccination have come up with a name of their own on social media in a new bizarre trend.  Unvaccinated Americans, who are often referred to as 'anti-vaxxers,' have started calling themselves 'pure bloods' on TikTok.  The term references J.K Rowling's Harry Potter saga, where old families in the magical realm consider themselves pure bloods and look down on those who married muggles - people who aren't born with magic powers. Anyone with human blood is known as a half-blood, while those without magical ancestors who still have powers, like Hermione Grainger, are mudbloods.   The pure bloods were typically villains and enemies of Harry Potter, and his friends.  The term also has Nazi connotations, because Adolf Hitler believed blood purity would ensure the survival of the Aryan race, and implemented the Nuremberg Laws to avoid what he called 'blood pollution' from Jews marrying non-Jews and having children.  The fact that people who reject vaccination have started using the term has caused a stir online, with many saying those who are calling themselves 'pure blood' are missing the point.  ...
    IF YOU can't afford to give your bathroom a luxury makeover, there are still some very impactful, small tweaks you can make. A clean fan, with millions of followers, has revealed how to give the space where you wash a hotel-inspired upgrade with a clever towel folding hack. 5A cleaning fan has demonstrated how to fold your towels to give your bathroom a luxe upgradeCredit: @thefoldinglady/Tiktok In a post on TikTok, the woman called Sophie - who uses the handle @thefoldinglady - demonstrated how viewers could give their bathroom rail a nice finishing touch. She started off by folding the nearest 'third' to her, of a dusky pink hand towel, under itself. The savvy social media user then folded it in half, using the corners to tuck it neatly together. To finish, she slung it over her arm, and suggested you could tuck in a flower for an even more expensive-looking effect. My bathroom just got a glow upTikTok user Her post - which has been watched more than 326,000 times - was popular with viewers, who left more than...
    FORGET getting a haircut to try and emulate your favourite celeb, now fans are going under the knife in the hope to get the A-list look. And the latest surgeries that have got fans flocking to clinic are a little unusual to say the least. 9Harry Styles fans are going under the knife in the hope to emulate his famous dimplesCredit: AFP 9Remy Chyna showed off the results of her £650 surgery on TiktokCredit: @remychyna_/Tiktok 9She was desperate to have the half an hour surgery to give her cheeks some definitionCredit: @remychyna_/Tiktok 9Equally Angelina Jolie's lip cleavage has been the envy of many TikTokkersCredit: Getty 9Cat Quinn showcased her lip cleavage on her own accountCredit: @catquinn/Tiktok In a bid to bag themselves dimples like Harry Styles many TikTok users have admitted to having surgery to create ‘fake dimples’. The procedure, known as a dimpleplasty, takes just 30 minutes and costs £650 and has become increasingly popular over the past few years Speaking to The Star On Sunday, Dr Wright Jones, founder of the Muse Plastic Surgery clinic in Atlanta, Georgia,...
    More On: back to school TikTok star Ellie Zeiler with 10.2M followers shares back-to-school apparel & shoes to shop Best back to school 2021 outfits, from kindergarten to high school HP’s back-to-school sale: Save up to 58% off on printers, laptops, more 20 best back-to-school backpacks for 2021 After almost two years of Zoom school, it may finally be time to brush up on your bag lunch game with a bento box. To get the kids excited for school again — while also making sure they stay as safe as possible — lunchtime can be a game-changer. Packing your kiddos a fun lunchbox can not only get them to eat their fruits and veggies but also help to avoid the crowded cafeteria lines and touching communal trays and keypads when getting a school lunch. If you haven’t heard of them, bento boxes are a Japanese solution to a boring lunch — “bento” meaning a single portion of something. The lunch boxes are divided into different compartments, keeping food from touching or spilling over, which can be a...
    Related news TikTok is one of the most popular applications among young people in Spain. These months it has been introducing new features, such as personalized videos. The popular app is now working on a new function, although it is not something really new, because we already know it on other social networks. TikTok works on its own stories or stories. A function that we already know in other apps such as Instagram, Facebook or Snapchat and that will also come to the popular video application shortly. They are already in the testing phase. TikTok will have its own stories These TikTok stories will work in a similar way to those we already know on other social networks. Users will only be able to upload videos, this is one of the keys in these stories in the popular app. Although it is also a temporary content, it will disappear. A representative for the firm has confirmed that they are testing this feature at The Verge. The operation is identical to the one we already know on Instagram, for...
    GEN Z adults say that TikTok style trends such as feathery brows and fake freckles have inspired their looks for prom in the years ahead, a new survey has found. The poll of 2,000 Gen Zers found that off all the makeup styles for prom over the last century, the current look adopted by teens is by far and away the most popular, garnering 59 percent of the vote. 3Gen Zers say that TikTok style trends such as feathery brows and fake freckles have inspired their looks for prom in the years aheadCredit: Getty This was followed by the supermodel glam of the 90s with 26 percent of the votes, and the rock 'n' roll chic of the 50s with 22 percent. The findings, revealed in a survey conducted by OnePoll and cruelty-free and vegan makeup brand Lottie London, come in as the 2020s mark a hundred years since proms became popular in America. The social event expanded into an annual festivity where students dress up and wear makeup in the 1920s and has become bigger every decade since....
    A Starbucks employee who ranted about a complicated order consisting of 13 modifications has been fired after his tweet went viral — but he isn't the only one who has taken issue with customers' increasingly over-the-top demands that are often inspired by TikTok.  Other baristas at the chain claim they are being treated like 'coffee-making robots' as social media trends continue to drive elaborate drinks requests that are incredibly tedious, making them work much harder than they would for a normal drink.  'These orders are driving us insane because they’re so long, so specific and it requires you to do much more work than you should be doing for one single drink and they’re not being adequately translated into our labor hours,' a Starbucks shift supervisor in New York told The Guardian.   Josie Morales was sacked from Starbucks this month after he took to Twitter to vent his frustration over an incredibly complicated Venti Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino order, which a demanding customer named Edward had placed in Van Nuys, California, on May 1. Sacked: Josie Morales, a barista from California,...
    TikToker and home DIYer Charlotte Violet is transforming her dusty attic into a treehouse-inspired space. @happybohohome/TikTok A woman in Brighton, England, is transforming her dark, dusty attic into a treehouse-inspired space. Since March, Charlotte Violet has been documenting the DIY transformation in real time on TikTok. Her videos show that with a little determination, you can transform any room into a dream space. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A woman in Brighton, England, is transforming her dark, dusty attic into a whimsical treehouse-inspired space — and millions have been following her DIY process on TikTok. Charlotte Violet joined the social-media platform in 2020 to share her home-renovation updates and began renovating her attic in March of this year. Since starting work on the attic, Violet has posted around 30 videos walking followers through the updates she and her fiancé have made to the space as well as what materials and equipment they have used. The before-and-after contrast is striking and shows that you don't need to be a professional interior designer to completely transform a space....
    More On: adam sandler Adam Sandler’s hilarious response to being turned away from IHOP Oblivious IHOP worker turns away Adam Sandler in viral TikTok video Masters contender has perfect response to Adam Sandler tweet The Happy Gilmore-Shooter McGavin rivalry is as heated as ever Shake it ‘off, Sandman. In honor of that iconic moment when 17-year-old hostess Dayanna Rodas refused to seat Adam Sandler at an IHOP in Manhasset, NY, the pancake purveyor hopes to make amends with — or capitalize on — the “Uncut Gems” star with their “Milkshake Monday” promotion on May 10. The deal promises to donate $1 for every IHOP milkshake purchased today, up to $50,000, to the nonprofit Comedy Gives Back, which works as a financial safety net for the comedic entertainment community. Indeed, Sandler headlined their virtual Laugh Aid fundraising event last year to support struggling comedians during the COVID-19 pandemic. And for those fortunate enough to find themselves in Sandler’s neck of the woods, IHOP is also hosting an All-You-Can-Drink milkshakes day-long special at their 19 Long Island locations, starting at noon...
    If anyone had a fun fact about themselves, it would be Maria Lucente. Yet she’s been reluctant to admit it. When she was around 20 years old, she served as the inspiration for the band All Time Low’s hit song “Dear Maria, Count Me In.” Now a vegan, yogi, married mother of two living in Austin, Texas, and more than a decade since the song was released, Lucente is ready to come forward. The pop-punk anthem has recently gone 2x platinum thanks to TikTok, where Gen Z users have been romanticizing the scene era and millennials reminisce over their mid-2000s emo phases, with many sharing the song and saying, “Mom, it was never a phase, it’s a lifestyle!” For Lucente, the song brings back memories of the Baltimore music scene around 2007 when she was hanging out with the not-quite-yet famous members of All Time Low and other emerging bands in the area, including Boy Crazy; Oh, The Story; Underscore; and her now-husband’s band Downtown Singapore. Lucente told The Daily Beast how when the song kept popping on TikTok, she...
    Another fashion subculture is gaining traction on TikTok for its interesting take — this time on goblins.   The niched aesthetic is called "goblincore," and the hashtag dedicated to it has more than 285.6 million views on the short-form video app.  Adopters of goblincore, apparently inspired by European folklore, largely focus on earth-toned apparel and décor along with other facets of gritty nature, much like the fictional stories the trend comes from.   TIKTOK FASHION TREND INSPIRED BY ‘BRIDGERTON’ BRINGS HISTORICAL SUBCULTURES TO MAINSTREAM  Britannica states most goblin-focused stories in Western Europe say the mythical creatures live in grottoes, which may explain why common motifs of "goblincore" include frogs, slugs and snails.  In fact, one of the most popular goblincore videos on TikTok comes from TheWondersmith, a ceramist who made an impressive snail tea pot with matching cups. The video has racked up more than 805,300 likes and 8,880 comments from goblincore admirers.  @thewondersmith When you’re a ceramicist with snails on the brain ... ???????? #goblincore #cottagecore #fairycore #foryou #fyp #oops ♬ original sound - LAIKA Studios Some TikTok creators take the trend a step further with a cosplay or live-action roleplaying approach that’s decked out with body paint, pointy elf or goblin ears, scleral contact lenses and renaissance fair attire.  MILLENNIALS SLAM GEN Z OVER FASHION, BEAUTY, EMOJI PREFERENCES  Other goblincore lifestylers on the app share videos of their olden-time hobbies, like harvesting figs, recycling candles and collecting sea salt.   For example, the most liked goblincore video comes from a 20-year-old TikTok user named Dill,...
    When New York City resident Samantha Hartsoe made the shocking discovery that there was an abandoned apartment hidden behind her bathroom mirror, little did she know it would draw chilling comparisons to the 1992 slasher film Candyman when she posted it to Tik Tok - and a reminder of the forgotten real-life murder that inspired it.  Hartsoe was investigating why her apartment was so cold and gamely documenting her sleuthing for TikTok. 'I'm in my New York City apartment and it's cold,' she says in the first clip. 'It doesn't matter how high the heat goes, I'm cold.' Following the frigid draft to her bathroom mirror led to the disturbing discovery of a concealed portal into a dilapidated, unoccupied apartment next door. The videos immediately prompted users to draw comparisons the terrifying 1987 murder of Ruthie May McCoy, a 52-year-old Chicago resident who was attacked by intruders that broke into her apartment through her bathroom medicine cabinet. The chilling crime was later turned into the 1992 slasher flick, Candyman.   A New York City woman was shocked this week...
    Miley Cyrus performed before the 2021 Super Bowl in Tampa, Florida, for NFL's TikTok Tailgate. @NFL/TikTok Miley Cyrus performed live in Tampa, Florida, for NFL's TikTok Tailgate ahead of Super Bowl LV. Cyrus wore two pink-and-black football-inspired outfits covered in sequins. She was joined by '80s music stars, including Billy Idol and Joan Jett. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ahead of Super Bowl LV between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs, Miley Cyrus performed live in Tampa, Florida, for NFL's TikTok Tailgate. Cyrus entered the stage to a remix of the 1981 song "Mickey" by Toni Basil — but instead of "Hey Mickey," the lyrics were "Hey Miley."  The singer performed a number of songs from her latest album, "Plastic Hearts," which she released in 2020, including her single under the same name; as well as a solo version of her remix with Stevie Nicks, "Midnight Sky." @nfl ##tiktoktailgate LIVE on our account at 2:30pm ET ???? ##tracemcsorley ♬ Midnight Sky - Miley Cyrus
    Netflix’s hit series "Bridgerton" has inspired TikTok fashionistas. The fictional period drama produced by award-winning screenwriter Shonda Rhymes and her new production company Shondaland, has been a top-streaming show since its Christmas Day debut. And now the series has given life to a fashion subculture known as "regencycore." NETFLIX IS HAVING DIFFICULTY KEEPING 'BRIDGERTON' SEX SCENES OFF PORN SITES Named after the Regency era the "Bridgerton" show and novels are based on, regencycore takes inspiration from the historical fashion that was popular in Great Britain and Ireland in the early 1800s. The time period was heavily influenced by classical Greco-Roman styles, according to Study.com’s visual art and design instructor Anne Butler. TikTok, which has been a creative outlet for whimsical cosplayers and content creators, has seen an influx of regencycore-related videos in recent weeks. AMAZON SUES INFLUENCERS FOR ALLEGED INSTAGRAM, TIK TOK COUNTERFEIT SCHEME In fact, the hashtag #regencycore has racked up more than 728,500 views as of Tuesday. Dozens of TikTokers have shared their "Bridgerton" or Regency-inspired outfits and style challenges. @asta.darling Love #bridgerton ? Here’s how to get...
    It's been the lockdown must-watch, but it seems Bridgerton is now inspiring how we dress, with fans donning Regency-era style garments and sharing their looks on social media. Viewers smitten with the show have been posting videos of themselves in home-made costumes inspired by the early 1800s on the TikTok app. According to British search engine Lyst, there has been an increase in demand for corsets, pearl and feather headbands - and long gloves - since the release of Bridgerton. Searches for empire line dresses have soared by 93 per cent with luxury brands Simone Rocha, Erdem and Brock Collection leading the way.  Based on Julia Quinn's best-selling novels, the Netflix drama explores the relationship between Daphne Bridgerton, played by Phoebe Dynevor, and Duke of Hastings Simon Basset, played by Regé-Jean Page.  Since its release on Christmas Day, the hit series has attracted over 63 million viewers. Here, FEMAIL rounds up some of the best attempts at recreating the biggest trends of the Regency era.  Can you buy long gloves on ASOS? Bridgerton, starring Phoebe Dynevor as Daphne Bridgerton and Regé-Jean Page as...
    TikTokers aren’t getting tired of sharing food hacks. Their latest trending obsession involves sectioning off tortillas for an ultra-neat quesadilla-like sandwich. TIKTOK REVEALS THE TOP 10 FOOD TRENDS THAT WENT VIRAL IN 2020 All it takes is one slice that goes half-way through the center of a tortilla as well as four or more ingredients that can be sprinkled onto each quadrant. When the arrangement is done, home chefs pick up a corner of the tortilla and fold it half three times to create a single triangle before they pan fry, grill or pull out a panini maker. The trend has largely gone viral under the #tortillatrend hashtag, which has countless videos listed under it that amount to more than 2.5 billion views. 'HOT TEA BOMB' DRINKS ROCK TIKTOK AFTER EXPLOSIVE HOT COCOA CRAZE @simplefood4you Had to try this????#t#ortillatrend#t#rend#t#iktoktrend#t#rending#r#ecipe#c#ooking#f#oodie#f#oodtiktok#m#at#f#ood#f#ördig#fördigsverige#f#yp ♬ Baby Work It - Your Favourite Garçon One of the most viewed videos from the first week of January comes from Alexandra Johnsson, who goes by the username @simplefood4you. She racked up more than 59.9 million views and 33,800 comments...
    Historic US Covid vaccine campaign launches with convoy of trucks Pakistan skipper Babar Azam fractures thumb, out of NZ T20 series Meghan Trainor shows off baby bump in Gonna Know-inspired TikTok video © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo Meghan Trainor is expected to give birth to her first child, a son, with husband Daryl Sabara close to Valentine's Day. And with the due date fast approaching, the All About That Bass singer showed off her baby bump in a festive video where she joins in on the growing TikTok trend, Gonna Know. Videos under the #GonnaKnow hashtag feature TikTokers performing obviously deceitful actions while lip-syncing to the clip, acting as if nobody will notice what they're doing.  Scroll down to video  © Provided by Daily Mail He's coming: The singer is counting down the days until her first child arrives by sharing there '10 weeks to go' © Provided by Daily Mail Comedic touch: The Massachusetts native  joined in on the growing TikTok trend, Gonna Know, in the video Off the top of the video, Trainor lip-synchs: 'Nobody's...
    The idea was first born from a video created by Em Jaccs (@e_jaccs) called Ode to Remy. That got noticed by composer and arranger Daniel Mertzlufft, who created an orchestral score around it with inspiration from The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Frozen and other Disney musicals. Other creators with time on their hands due to the COVID-19 lockdown soon created specific songs for different characters, and the idea for Ratatouille: The Musical took on a life of its own. Eventually, some Broadway personalities including actor Andrew Barth Feldman joined the fun, and the Disney Channel’s Milo Manheim contributed Ratatouille Rap at Disney World with Disney’s blessing. Seaview eventually came in and announced that it would present a ticketed digital event produced with TikTok and TodayTix Presents. It’s not clear yet who will star in the production, but the producers are promising more details at a later date. Tickets for Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical are now on sale for $5 to $50, with proceeds benefiting the Actors Fund.
    TikTok creators are writing original numbers for the fictional "Ratatouille: The Musical." @rjthecomposer/@danieljmertzlufft/@fettuccinefettuqueen/TikTok "Ratatouille," the 2007 Disney-Pixar film, has taken over TikTok. People are making original songs, memes, and videos about a fictional musical based on the movie. They call it "Ratatouille: The Musical." The musical started with a short song from TikTok user @e_jaccs with the now-iconic lyrics, "Remy the Ratatouille, the rat of all my dreams / I praise you, my Ratatouille, may the world remember your name." After TikToker @danieljmertzlufft created a theater arrangement for the song, the concept of a full-blown TikTok musical took off. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Over the course of several months, a nonsensical musical about Remy, the rat from "Ratatouille," has morphed into a full-fledged musical theater phenomenon on TikTok. "Ratatouille: The Musical," as it's come to have been known on social media and on the short-form video app itself, isn't a formalized production. Rather, it's a meme that's taken on extreme life of its own, with people on TikTok writing songs, making choreography, and imagining staging...
    At least 1,500 nurses in the Philadelphia area may be on the verge of going on strike Top US general stands firm amid Pentagon turmoil Ariana Grande Inspired TikTok’s New Makeup Trend © Screenshot/YouTube Ariana Grande Ariana Grande ushers in every new era of music with a new style journey. Though sticking to her faithful trademarks like the ponytail on her downtime, the pop star metamorphizes for each new album, serving looks some of us try to replicate at home to the best of our abilities. Her latest album, Positions, is no exception and it has already inspired a brand new makeup trend on TikTok. Say goodbye to the everyday high ponytail and hello to the bouffant and cut crease! Arianators are taking to TikTok to recreate the pop star's many looks from her Positions music video, which was largely inspired by the 1960s. Aside from her Jackie Kennedy-inspired bouffant hairstyle, Ariana's makeup has become the latest TikTok trend to recreate: A sheer cut crease with the most volumes lashes you can buy. View the Instagram photo.As noted by NYLON, TikTok is now full...
    An October 8 video from @jayrscottyy has taken over TikTok. @jayrscottyy/TikTok The phrase "I ain't never seen two pretty best friends" is everywhere on TikTok, with people tagging it onto the ends of videos or crafting elaborate jokes that use it as a punchline. The meme originates from a video by creator @jayrscottyy, who regularly posts short TikToks filmed in his car that include relationship advice or quips about life. Scott told Insider that he "honestly [has] never seen two pretty best friends." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. There's a single phrase haunting the hallowed halls of TikTok right now: "I ain't never seen two pretty best friends. It's always one of them gotta be ugly." It's inescapable. Like other memes that have become instantly recognizable on the platform (see: Lin-Manuel Miranda's lip-biting selfies), the "two pretty best friends" tagline has turned into the perfect bait-and-switch, with people tagging it onto the ends of their videos, creating elaborate scenarios that use it as a punchline, or simply slipping it in anywhere else they can fit it....
    People are putting together outfits inspired by their favorite 'Harry Potter' characters on TikTok. @the.navarose/@soupytime/@ chinamcclain/TikTok A trend started by TikToker @soupytime has creators putting together outfits inspired by characters from the Harry Potter franchise. As part of the trend, people lip-sync along with a number of iconic lines from the Harry Potter films, switching up their outfits throughout. Others are also putting their own spin on the trend, with Harry-Potter-inspired makeup looks or even phone cases. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The latest major fandom TikTok trend to take over the popular video app is a challenge that has creators dressing up in outfits inspired by the main characters from the Harry Potter franchise. TikTok creator @soupytime, who has approximately 2.3 million followers on the app, kicked off a trend. The trend itself is driven by its audio, which @soupytime said in a comment that she made herself, encouraging others to use it as well. Backed by an uptempo jazz track, the sound features sound bites from many of Harry Potter's main characters, including Harry,...
    Twitter The symbol was used by Nazis in World War II and is now used as a neo-Nazi symbol. Thousands of Gen Zers were inspired by a TikTok trend to mistakenly get Nazi symbol tattoos as a “sign of rebellion,” according to the Insider. The movement began when TikTok user @smoothavacado encouraged in now-deleted video other Gen Zers  to get matching Z tattoos with a line through the middle to represent “unity,” the outlet reported. Those considered to be part of Generation Z were born between 1997 and 2012. In the video, which was dueted by another user that still remains on the app, the woman said, “What if, now hear me out … we all got a matching tattoo, not only a symbol of unity in our generation, but also as a sign of rebellion.” Gen Z TATTOOING NAZI SYMBOL. Viral TikTok invites Gen Z to get “Z” tattooed as symbol of unity and rebellion. It’s actually Nazi symbol. Some appear to have gotten tattoo—in thread. Senior TikTok Correspondent Zee says “Noooo.” What are your thoughts?...
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