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Caroline Slusarczyk

Instagram @britneyspears

Instagram @britneyspears

On Monday, Britney Spears asked her fans to pray for her 8-year old niece, Maddie, who was recently hospitalized after a serious ATV accident.  Britney posted a photo of Maddie on Instagram with the caption: ‪"Need all the wishes and prayers for my niece."

‪Need all the wishes and prayers for my niece 💜‬

A photo posted by Britney Spears (@britneyspears) on

According to a police report, the incident occurred Sunday at 3 PM on Jamie Lynn Spears' family property in Louisiana.  Maddie, who is Jamie Lynn’s daughter, was riding an ATV when she steered into a pond and became submerged.  Jamie Lynn, her husband, Jamie Watson, and other family members witnessed the accident but were unable to release Maddie from the seatbelt which kept her pinned inside the vehicle.  Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff Daniel Edwards stated, “The ATV and child were instantly submerged in the water right before their eyes.”  After the family’s unsuccessful attempts to free Maddie, the ambulance arrived: "Within two minutes, Acadian Ambulance Services arrived and assisted in freeing the child from the cold waters."

Maddie is currently in stable but critical condition at a nearby hospital.

Thanksgiving ride...

A photo posted by Jamie (@jamiewatson985) on

Jamie Lynn’s father, Jamie Spears, spoke out on the incident: "All I can say is pray for our baby Maddie."

A rep for Britney released this statement: “Right now the Spears family asks that everyone respect their privacy during this time and appreciates all the prayers and support for their family.”

THE WANNA hopes for a speedy recovery for Maddie, and will keep the whole Spears family in our thoughts!


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Caroline Slusarczyk

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Getty Images

On Wednesday, Beyonce announced via Instagram that she was expecting twins with husband Jay-Z.  Queen Bey’s Instagram photo, which shows the singer kneeling on a bed of flowers holding her pregnant belly, immediately blew up on social media.  Guinness World Records revealed that Beyonce, “shattered the world record for the ‘Most liked image on Instagram,’” quickly surpassing the previous record-holder, Selena Gomez.  Guinness World Records declared: “Queen Bey’s Instagram post racked up 6,335,571 likes as of 9:00 PM EST on Wednesday 1 February…The photo shook the Internet on Wednesday, amassing more than 5 million likes in 3 hours and took over Twitter as well, with ‘Twins’ becoming the top trend on the platform minutes after the photo went live.”

Along with her stunning, record-breaking Instagram photo, Beyonce released an entire pregnancy photo album.  The album can be found on Beyonce’s website, and is titled, “I Have Three Hearts.”

Beyonce’s pregnancy seems to have stirred up quite the excitement within Hollywood, and several celebrities posted on Twitter and Instagram about the baby news.  Some celebs expressed how they were glad Beyonce took their “mind off the shitty world for a minute,” or just how incredibly excited they are in ALL CAPS.  THE WANNA has some of the best celebrity reactions about Beyonce’s baby news below.  Enjoy!

Chrissy Teigen

Brie Larson

Millie Bobby Brown

Congratulations @beyonce I am so happy!!!! ☺️☺️☺️💜💜💜 #formation

A photo posted by Millie Bobby Brown (@milliebobby_brown) on

Ellen DeGeneres

Me too!

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Gabourey Sidibe

Hailey Baldwin

Bryce Dallas Howard

Rita Ora

Best Coast

Issa Rae

Todrick Hall


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Caroline Slusarczyk

Chris Carlson/AP

Chris Carlson/AP

On Wednesday, Mary Tyler Moore passed away at 80 in Greenwich, Connecticut.  Moore’s family said her death was caused by cardiopulmonary arrest after she had caught pneumonia.

Moore was revered for her hugely popular television shows, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and The Dick Van Dyke Show in the 1960s and 70s.  Moore is recognized by many as the person who pioneered the “modern career woman” character on TV.  Moore’s longtime representative Mara Buxbaum described her as, “A groundbreaking actress, producer, and passionate advocate for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Mary will be remembered as a fearless visionary who turned the world on with her smile.”

Dick Van Dyke wrote a touching tribute letter to the late Moore, in which he said, “She left an imprint on television comedy.”  Dyke wrote of The Mary Tyler Moore Show: “It was a milestone, that show. It kicked off an awful lot of enthusiasm in a lot of women. She got it moving!”

Celebrities including Dick Van Dyke, Miley Cyrus, Ben Stiller, Ellen DeGeneres, Michael Keaton, Cher and Oprah Winfrey have paid tribute to Moore on Twitter and Instagram.  The WANNA has gathered the best celebrity reactions below.

Dick Van Dyke

Miley Cyrus


A photo posted by Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus) on

Ben Stiller

Ellen DeGeneres

Michael Keaton


Oprah Winfrey

Kelly Ripa

Marlee Matlin

Paul Feig

Rachel Bloom

George Takei

Stephen Fry

Patricia Arquette

Ed Asner

Mindy Kaling


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Lena Dunham

It's time you let someone else do some giving 💔

A photo posted by Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) on

Viola Davis

Katie Couric

Paula Abdul


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Caroline Slusarczyk

Charles Rex Arbogast/AP

Charles Rex Arbogast/AP

Barack Obama gave his farewell address as the President of the United States on Tuesday at McCormick Place in Chicago.  Obama remembered his time as Commander in Chief, and made sure to thank his wife, Michelle Obama.  The emotional farewell speech brought many to tears including Obama himself, Michelle, daughter Malia and even Vice President Joe Biden.

Celebrities including Ellen DeGeneres, Kerry Washington and Katy Perry tuned in to watch the farewell address and took to Twitter and Instagram to say goodbye to the President.  The WANNA has compiled the best celeb tweets and Instagrams for you below so take a look!

Ariana Grande: 


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Priyanka Chopra: 

What an incredible legacy.. #FarewellAddress #Obamas

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Shonda Rhimes: 

Kerry Washington: 

Ellen DeGeneres:

Katy Perry: 

Niall Horan: 

Gabrielle Union: 

Elizabeth Banks: 

Amanda Seyfried:

Alyssa Milano:

Patton Oswalt:  

Gina Rodgriguez:



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Caroline Slusarczyk

Instagram @rockhall

Instagram @rockhall

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame announced the list of 2017 inductees on Tuesday.  The 2017 inductees are: Joan Baez, Electric Light Orchestra, Journey, Pearl Jam, Tupac Shakur and Yes.  The Award for Musical Excellence will go to Nile Rodgers of Chic.

A group of over 900 voters of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foundation, and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s online fan vote led to 2017’s chosen entertainers.

The 32nd annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will be held on April 7th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.  Ticketing info will be announced in January 2017.

The special exhibition for the 2017 inductees will be opened at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio on March 30th.  Check here for info on how to attend the exhibit and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame itself!

For the 2017 Induction Ceremony info and tickets, follow the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Twitter @rockhall and Instagram @rockhall, or check in with them on Facebook.


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Caroline Slusarczyk



On Tuesday, actor and songwriter Alan Thicke passed away at age 69.  Thicke suffered a heart attack while playing hockey, and later died in a hospital in Burbank, CA.  Thicke was well known for portraying beloved TV father, “Dr. Jason Seaver” on Growing Pains in the late 1980s.  It seems that all of Hollywood is heartbroken over his passing, and celebrities including Thicke’s sons Robin and Carter, took to social media to honor his memory.  The WANNA has gathered some of the many tweets and Instagram posts from celebrities who paid tribute to the late Thicke below.

Robin Thicke: 

A photo posted by Robin Thicke (@robinthicke) on

Carter Thicke: 

Ellen DeGeneres: 

Sarah Michelle Gellar:

Rob Lowe: 

Alyssa Milano: 

Olivia Munn: 

William Shatner: 

Ed Helms: 

 Ryan Seacrest: 

Joel McHale:

Russell Simmons: 

Lionel Richie: 

Ben Stiller: 

Bob Saget: 

Demi Lovato: 

Candace Cameron Bure: 

Larry King:  

John Legend: 

John Stamos: 

Kris Jenner: 

David Boreanaz: 

Denis Leary: 


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There is no doubt that Miley Cyrus is with Hillary Clinton.  The 23-year old singer and actress visited George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, on Saturday to encourage students to vote for Hillary on Election Day, November 9th.  Cyrus was no understated Clinton supporter.  She tweeted and posted to Instagram about her GMU campaign trip, always including the hashtag #imwithher.  Miley proudly displayed Clinton campaign signs and donned a glittery red, white and blue ensemble, complete with a pink feathered headband.  And in true Miley fashion, almost every pic snapped of her at GMU featured her famous “tongue pose.”

@MileyCyrus, Twitter

@MileyCyrus, Twitter

@MileyCyrus, Twitter

@MileyCyrus, Twitter

@mileycyrus, Instagram

@mileycyrus, Instagram

Molly Riley/Associated Press

Molly Riley/Associated Press

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Getty Images

Molly Riley/Associated Press

Molly Riley/Associated Press

While it’s clear Cyrus had a blast campaigning at George Mason University, she made sure to let students know she still meant business.  Cyrus knocked on multiple dorm doors and talked politics with the students.  Jake Zartman, 18, was one student who got up close and personal with Cyrus.  When Cyrus asked Zartman if he planned to vote, he responded that he already had for Hillary.  Cyrus cheered, “Yeah!” to which Zartman replied, “Obviously.”

Student Katherine Quigley, 19, told Cyrus she planned to vote for Hillary.  Cyrus approved, but quipped that if she was not shooting The Voice on Election Day, she would come back to make sure.

After her campaign trip to GMU, Cyrus summed up her political views for her Instagram followers in one very clear message:

@mileycyrus, Instagram

@mileycyrus, Instagram


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