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5 Things You Missed Today (October 23)

Don't miss today's updates on Liza Soberano on Darna, Instagram's newest app, the frat bros Taylor Swift invited in her concert, Justin Bieber's new music video, and the girl in the 1D video!
COVER ART Trixie Ison
PHOTOS Instagram (@taylorswift, @lizasoberano, @justinbieber), Instagram, SYCO Music/Ivory Music & Video

Rumors have been going around recently that Liza Soberano is set to reprise the role of Darna in another remake for television. And although fans are clamoring for her to take the role (even editing photos of Liza on photos of the beloved Filipina superhero), she said in an interview that she hasn't heard of anything about the role. Furthermore, Liza also said that she's busy promoting her movie with Enrique Gil and Gerald Anderson at the moment. (via Spot.ph)

Instagram is on a roll this year! After rolling out the update that we can now post non-square photos, they are giving us a new app—Boomerang. Boomerang allows you to take a burst of photos which you can animate forward or backward and upload on the photo-sharing app. It's kind of like Phhhoto, but a lot easier. Try it now because Boomerang is already available via the App Store and Google Play. (via Instagram.com)

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READ: Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil Are Exclusively Dating

Finally, Justin Bieber's music video for his catchy new track "Sorry" is here! Hit the play button to watch it now. It's the perfect song to end your day with, promise.

READ: One Direction Cancelled a Show Because Liam Payne Was Sick

The fraternity brothers from the Beta Mu chapter of Delta Sigma Phi just did the most awesome thing to thank Taylor Swift for giving them tickets to the 1989 World Tour. ICYMI, these frat bros won Tay-Tay's heart when they made the awesome "Shake It Off" video they shared on YouTube. Instead of taking dates with them, the bros took girls from the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass, an organization that helps children. (via MTV.com)

Wondering who that girl is in One Direction's music video for "Perfect"? Wonder no more because she revealed her identity on Teen Vogue. It's former Teen Vogue entertainment director (and now GQ senior editor) Dana Matthews. She even shares her experiences on the teen website too. "I was so honored, but I was also just excited to see them," Dana said. "This is such an exciting time for them. Their fifth album in five years. And they're a fun crew to be around." Ugh, we're a bit envious but also very happy for you, Dana! #goals (via TeenVogue.com)

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