5 Things You Missed Today (February 20)
Is Naya Rivera the subject of Big Sean's new song with Ariana Grande? The rapper recently released the track "Research," which is about an ex who "researches" about signs of cheating. ICYDK, Naya and Big Sean dated before the rapper got together with Ari. We're not sure if there's any truth to it, but it shouldn't matter anymore because both Big Sean and Naya's love lives are looking really great right now. And that's what's important, right?
#RelationshipGoal: Zedd and Selena Gomez's romance. We just can't get over this cute photo the DJ shared recently on his Instagram to promote their upcoming song "I Want You To Know." But what we're most happy about is that these two are looking super happy. Aww, you guys look so great together! Can February 23 come already because we cannot wait for their song any longer?
Enrique Gil finally admitted that he has feelings for his Forevermore co-star Liza Soberano. During his interview on Aquino & Abunda Tonight, our September 2014 cover boy said that they have an "understanding" already. "Hindi pa ligaw kasi... Well, ang hirap kasi i-explain, e," he said. "Pero may understanding kami. 'Okay, gusto kita.' Sya naman, she understands how I feel. Sabi niya... May usapan naman kami na alam niya na hindi pa pwede kasi 17 lang sya. Siguro pag 18 na raw siya." OTP is finally happening, yes? We ship it.
5 Seconds of Summer was named Worst Band of the Year at the recent 2015 NME Awards and they're incredibly proud of their new title. Michael Clifford took to Twitter to make the announcement about their newest title, but before you get sad or upset, you should know that Michael actually asked their fans to vote for them after they were nominated last year. 5SOS beat out One Direction, Bastille, U2, Blink-182, and The 1975 in this category. Way to go, boys, don't let anyone stop you from doing your thing!
Won the NME worst band award. I'm so damn happy right now. thx to everyone who voted 😍😍 #dreamscomingtrue— Michael Clifford (@Michael5SOS) February 19, 2015
ICYMI, John Green recently vlogged about the importance of checking your sources and making sure that you give credit to the owner and creator of certain things. This is such a wonderful reminder for all of us, honestly, because sometimes we just share anything online without checking at where it came from.
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