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5 Things You Missed Today (March 9)
Don't miss today's updates about Sophia Smith's "interview," Niall Horan's rumored new girl, Dakota Fanning on Instagram, Troye Sivan helping a fan come out, and Emma Watson on feminism.
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An entertainment journalist in the UK named Joshua Fox said that he scored an interview with Liam Payne's ex, Sophia Smith, while she was with Louis Tomlinson's ex, Eleanor Calder. A few of what she said were about Liam and his current girlfriend Cheryl's relationship which she called "so weird" and something she'd known for quite some time now. Eleanor went to Instagram after saying that Joshua made the whole thing up. Even Sophia's sister said she hasn't done interviews. Oh no! Joshua even wrote an entire blog post about it called What really happened when I met One Direction’s ex girlfriends Sophia Smith and Eleanor Calder. So much drama! (via Dolly.com.au)

While Liam is having some drama thrown his way (hehehe, LOL!), Niall Horan was spotted recently with America's Next Top Model contestant Jessica Serfaty. According to reports, the two met at a UFC fight in Las Vegas and then spent time together after finding out that they have lots in common. Ohh, this would've been "rumor-free" if not for the fact that Jessica is Joe Jonas's ex. Ohhhh. (via Nylon.com)

Troye Sivan just did the most amazing thing during his show in Washington D.C. recently. The "Youth" hitmaker helped his fan Kelly come out to her mom during the concert they watched together with a note they asked him to read on stage. Aww, Troye, you are amazing. And we're happy for you, Kelly! (via JustJared.com)

Dakota Fanning finally joined Instagram on International Women's Day! Woohoo! Check out her first post below.

Emma Watson doesn't care whatever you call her. She'll still keep fighting for equality between men and women. The UN Women Goodwill Ambassador is on the cover of Esquire magazine with Tom Hanks, where she talked about pay inequality in the entertainment biz. "We are not supposed to talk about money, because people will think you're 'difficult' or a 'diva'," she said. "But there's a willingness now to be like, 'Fine. Call me a 'diva', call me a 'feminazi', call me 'difficult', call me a 'First World feminist', call me whatever you want, it's not going to stop me from trying to do the right thing and make sure the right thing happens." You go, Em! (via SMH.com.au)

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