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He calls her a "little warrior" who he expects to be "running the zoo in no time!"
The singer's song was originally released in 2004, but has found new life on the app.
The photos find the Duke of Edinburgh having fun with the younger members of the royal family.
The emotional episode is being hailed by fans for its honest conversation.
“I think the relationship between the brothers was the most important one.”
"It was like I had all this success and it was still like: I’m still sad, and I’m still in pain. And I still have these unresolved issues," he told GQ.
Clarkson brought the house down with a winning take on the hit song.
“The journey I’ve had as an actor has been extraordinary, so I can only encourage them to do what they love,” she tells TODAY.
The music star and cookbook author popped up to say hello on TODAY in the middle of a Thai cooking segment with Teigen's mother, Vilailuck "Pepper" Teigen.
The comedian nailed all of her celebrity impressions during an interview on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."
Prince Philip looks like the spitting image of his grandson Prince Harry on a 1957 cover of Paris Match magazine.
Aguilera, 40, said she gained more confidence about her body and stopped comparing herself to others as she got older.
Kardashian's critics said that for a woman who profits off an idealized beauty standard, she missed a chance to reflect on her own part in a vicious cycle.
“This was not the outcome anyone wanted, but despite a huge effort that exhausted all potential options, the company does not have a viable way forward.”
The family said they aren't raising money for the late rapper's funeral.
Both parents have filed court documents asking for joint custody of their four children.
"They can celebrate and be proud of their multicultural identities," Romina Puga, host of "Club Mundo Kids," said. "This whole show was built with them in mind."
Cher had a message for Christopher Meloni.
The Pulitzer Prize winner elegantly illuminates the underbelly of what we think of as representation and asks us to push against it.