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5 Things You Missed Today (December 2)

The Emma Watson and Harry Styles ship is born, Cara Delevingne and Pharrell's short film—plus updates on Joseph Gordon Levitt, Ed Sheeran, and Selena Gomez!
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The Internet wants to make Harry Styles and Emma Watson happen! When the Harry Potter actress seemed a little flustered after the One Direction cutie presented her the stuatuette for the British Style Icon award at the British Fashion Awards, "Harry and Emma" trended online. What do you think, Candy Girls? Or are you so over everyone making everything happen? Haha! Watch the highlights video of the event here.

Ed Sheeran has a new song! It's his version of the Foy Vance original, "Make It Rain," for TV show, Sons of Anarchy's 7th season. When Ed performed the song live during his shows, many wondered if it was an unreleased track since it's not on his latest album, X. Now we have the answer. The Brit singer made a series of tweets to announce its arrival on iTunes earlier.

The full CHANEL short film, Reincarnation, is here! Starring Cara Delevingne and Pharrell Williams, this short was directed by Karl Lagerfeld to go with the brand's Paris-Salzburg 2014/15 Métiers d'art collection. Pharrell came up with "CC The World," the original soundtrack for Reincarnation which he dances to with Cara, the face of the upcoming campaign.

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ICYDK, Joseph Gordon Levitt worked on the 2014 variety TV series, HitRecord on TV—a collaborative show that gives budding artists an avenue to showcase their work. It has only been available in the US and some parts of the world, so JGL was glad to announce that they're selling a box set of the first season soon to make it available for people all over the world. To know more about this project, hit the play button below or visit www.hitrecord.org.

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Looks like Selena Gomez is going to be busy working on her music in the coming months. The hitmaker of "The Heart Wants What It Wants" recently shared her photo with recording equipment, captioned, "What the next 4 months will look like. Even in my hotel rooms. You guys, I'm beyond excited for what's next. #2015" Do you think we'll be hearing more heart-wrenching songs in the coming year?

 

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