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5 Things You Missed Today (November 7)

Don't miss the latest news on Calvin Harris thanking Taylor Swift, Joe Jonas's new romance with Sophie Turner, Eddie Redmayne's special message for Potter fans, Justin Bieber cheapest concert ever, and Lorde's birthday message.
IMAGE Taylor Swift | instagram.com/taylorswift, Joe Jonas | intagram.com/joejonas, Warner Bro., Justin Beiber | twitter.com/justinbeiber, Lorde | instagram.com/lordemusic

After the messy situation that was left after Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift's breakup, there had been rumors of the two texting again last October. Recently, Calvin tweeted a public thank you to Rihanna and his ex Taylor! The tweet is for thanking the two for their collaborative hit song "This is What You Came For." He wrote a 'thank you' with 3 exclamation marks, and says that he is blessed to work with incredible artists, naming Rhianna and Taylor Swift! (via teenvogue.com)

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Joe Jonas and Game of Thrones actress, Sophie Turner were seen getting cozy in a pre-2016 EMA concert in the Netherlands. Anne Chatlotte, an onlooker who also went to the same concert told People that the pair was really close together and were kissing! She added, "She was all smiley and he looked really sweet." And what surprised the source is that the two seemed pretty comfortable. 

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Eddie Redmayne wants you to watch Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them on November 17 and he's got a special message for you! We can't wait to see it. Are you watching on opening day?

While watching a game in a pub house in Toronto, Justin Bieber reportedly lost interest with the game on TV and made his way to the piano, then started singing. The crowd was delighted and sang along with him to his songs. With that, Justin got free drinks from the bar! Here's a video from TMZ, where Justin plays "Sorry" at possibly his cheapest concert ever! (via mtv.com)

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Happy birthday, Lorde! The 20-year-old Pure Heroine singer posted her musings on Facebook with a hint at her upcoming record. She narrates her experiences and realizations in the past year and we can't help but nod in agreement. We're just waiting with bated breath till she drops her new record. We can't wait!

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"Writing Pure Heroine was my way of enshrining our teenage glory, putting it up in lights forever so that part of me never dies, and this record - well, this one is about what comes next." —Lorde

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