5 Things You Missed While You Were In School (February 28)

Lea Michele releases new song for Cory Monteith, what you might see in the future episode of Got To Believe, and 3 more things you missed today while you were studying!
by Ayessa De La Peña   |  Feb 28, 2014
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Divergent released 12 new stills from the movie today, and the photos are making us more excited. We can barely wait for the movie to hit cinemas on March 21! What about you?

5 Things You Missed While You Were In School (February 28)via EW.com

Speaking of Divergent, one of the songs from the soundtrack also came out today—"Fight For You" by Pia Mia featuring Chance the Rapper. Listen to the catchy tune below and tell us what you think about it in the comments. 


Lea Michele also released her new song for Cory Monteith earlier, and it's heartbreaking. "If You Say So" will surely end up making you cry. It's even more emotional than her first single for him titled "You're Mine," because it was written just a week after Cory died. Make sure you have a box of tissue ready beside you before listening to the song below.

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Is Ariana Grande writing songs about her exes? The teen singer has been very busy working on her second album these past few weeks. She's so into her songwriting that it even makes her cry! She even tweeted some emotional lines from her new song, which we assume is the one that makes her tear up. We can't help but think if this was about Nathan Sykes or Jai Brooks? What do you think?

And in case you missed it earlier, here is what you might see in a future episode of Got To Believe. Exciting, right?

What do you think of today's news, Candy Girls? Got your own goss to share? Tell us about it in the comments or tweet us @candymagdotcom!

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