6 Things You May Have Missed Online Last Week
Since June began, it’s finally started feeling like summer. The seasonal transition has people feeling a bit crazy — as shown by the crowd who showed up to riot for Kanye last night — sensitive, and nostalgic. Hey, it’s almost Cancer season, so who can blame them? Here are 6 things you may have missed online this week.
1. The Kanye Non-Show
This took place in real life, but also counts as an online, since the entire impromptu event at Webster Hall was spurred by rumors perpetrated online, post-weather induced cancellation of Governor’s Ball, where he was set to perform.
2. Lindsay Lohan Visited Her Parent Trap Home
Lindsay Lohan looked “happy,” according to Us Magazine, when she visited her home from the set of Parent Trap, one of the films that propelled the child star to fame at a young age. Remember this?
A trip down memory lane #sundayfunday #theparenttrapmovie “Annie’s house” but it was number 7 in the movie
A photo posted by Lindsay Lohan (@lindsaylohan) on
3. Adele Covered the Spice Girls in Concert
Well, it was really more of a shout out, but people were super hyped on it.
A video posted by Spice Girls (@spicegirlsdaily) on
4. Justin Bieber’s “One Dance” Remix
Justin Bieber added his own spin to “One Dance,” one of Drake’s song of his latest album Views. If you haven’t heard it, here it is:
5. The Crying Jordan Meme Means Sad Things About Twitter
The meme of the basketball star crying has been around for some time now, but the New York Times has just written an article on the meme, and dropped some wisdom on me.
“Twitter is always raring for a public shaming,” Amanda Hess writes. “The Crying Jordan meme, which takes one of America’s biggest sports stars and makes him small, indulges those impulses, but it also works on another level as a corrective to online chest-thumping. The meme’s hold over online culture offers clues about our ambivalent relationship to alpha males in 2016.”
6. Botox For Weight Loss
Last week, we discovered that Botox could be the next weight loss trend. Research involving weight loss and Botox have been around for a while, but now, researchers have found proof from experiments showing that stomach injections 0f Botox over a year helped severely overweight people lose between 17 and 28% of the weight needed to reach a healthy BMI. Love it or leave it?