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5 Things You Missed Today (October 9)

Don't miss today's updates on Emma Stone in a musical short film, Taylor Swift on 1989, Facebook new reaction emojis, the first trailer for Shadowhunters, and Ariana Grande on Scream Queens.
ART Trixie Ison
PHOTOS Subtractive, FOX, Grammy, Facebook, ABC Family

We are so in love with this musical short film called Anna by Arcade Fire's Will Butler and director Brantley Gutierrez. Why? Because this video features our beloved Emma Stone who dances like it's nobody's business. Em was choreographed by Ryan Heffington, the MTV Video Music Awards nominee responsible for Sia's "Chandelier." Hit the play button to watch it now.

The Shadowhunters trailer premiered at the New York Comic-Con, Candy Girls, and you should watch it ASAP! The series based on the The Mortal Instruments books by Cassandra Clare released their teaser during the event. Starring Katherine McNamera as Clary and Dominic Sherwood as Jace, Shadowhunters premieres in 2016 on ABC Family. (via Deadline.com)

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You can now share a variety of feelings on Facebook. It has been revealed that the company is testing out these cute Emoji Reactions in Spain and Ireland now. Instead of just hitting the like button, we all may be able to react with love, anger, laughs, excitement, and more on the social networking site very soon. (via TeenVogue.com)

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Meet the new Reactions.

Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday, 8 October 2015

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Wondering how Taylor Swift came up with her album 1989 and curious about the story behind her earlier albums? Then this video might give you the answers to the questions you've been asking since you started being a Swiftie. The three-part video series tells the music sensation's journey to 1989 and the work that came with producing it. (via GrammyPro.com)

A little heartbroken because Ariana Grande died during the first episode of Scream Queens? Then you might not like how she returned on the show (aside from the flashbacks!) on its latest episode. The poor Chanel's body was placed for everyone to see in Zayday's Haunted House Fundraiser. Cue: Sobs. Whyyy, you guys? This is just heartbreaking. Curious what is in store for all these characters? Catch Scream Queens every Wednesday, 4PM via satellite and 9PM primetime on ETC. (via Fanlala.com)

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