5 Things You Missed Today (February 15)

Don't miss the latest on LizQuen, ZAYN's new hair color, Scream Queens, Selena Gomez on those Kanye West lyrics, and Katy Perry's invitation for Taylor Swift.
by Ayessa De La Peña   |  Feb 15, 2016
PHOTOS: FOX, Instagram (@enriquegil17, @taylorswift, @katyperry), Twitter (@zaynmalik)
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It the love month and we're extra into sweet things this month, so we just have to know something sweet about Dolce Amore stars Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil: We're wondering what was the sweetest thing Enrique did for Liza so far. Yes, yes, we're kilig while watching this video below where Liza talked about it beside Enrique. Ugh, these two! (via PEP.ph)

In celebration of Valentine's Day—we're not entirely sure, though, LOL—ZAYN dyed his hair pink! Ya$$$! Zen has been changing his hair color so often nowadays, but this has got to be one of our favorites. Also, we're wondering if this hair color is related to the fact that he just shot his music video for his next single. Hmm. What do you think? (via TeenVogue.com)


Scream Queens fans, rejoice! Emma Roberts confirmed that Chanel Oberlin will be back on the TV show for its second season. We were starting to worry about what lies ahead for her character but we're glad she spilled the beans to EOnline. Plus, four cute doctors will be introduced to us, too. So exciting! We can't wait for this, Emma! (via EOnline.com)

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Taylor Swift's BFF Selena Gomez responded to those controversial lyrics from Kanye West's "Famous" during her interview on SiriusXM. The "Hands to Myself" hitmaker said, "At the end of the day, you can just do what you do. She's killing it and she kind of always has been." See what she did there? Sel defended Tay-Tay without being mean to Kanye! Taking down notes, girl. (via TeenVogue.com)

Seems like Katy Perry is moving on from those rumors putting her against Taylor Swift. The pop star is organizing a celebration days before the Grammys called An Evening to Celebrate the Creators, where she'll be inviting talented and creative people in the industry—including Tay-Tay. Talking to New York Times about it, Katy said, "Artists are always looking for a way to connect with each other, but we don't get that authentic connection because we're either being pulled or pushed. It's just up to their schedules." We're crossing our fingers this happens, Katy, so we can all move past this issue. (via J-14.com)



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I am Candymag.com's resident fangirl and ~*feelings*~ girl. When I'm not busy researching about what to write next on the website, I sleep, read books, and re-watch episodes of Friends.
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