5 Things You Missed While You Were In School (March 5)
Imagine the handsome Ansel Elgort handing you free tickets to Divergent, and getting to hug him after. Now that'll surely make your day or your week or your entire year, won't it? These girls are the luckiest, and we're envious! Watch the actor's Instavideo below to get an idea of how one girl totes went crazy when he appeared infront of them.
No, Taylor Swift is not married. One of her cray fans just thinks she's his wife. According to Cambio, Taylor has just obtained a temporary restraining order in Los Angeles against a stalker fan who has harassed her and claimed to be her husband. The fan is ordered to restrain from making any contact with Tay until March 25 when the court decides on whether they should extend the order or not.
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Oh no! Captain America star Chris Evans must be so tired of saving the world from all sorts of villains. The actor recently opened up and said that he might take a break from superhero roles or refusing them for good after the release of Avengers 2: The Age of Ultron. If you remember, Chris has played Captain America for the Marvel films and the Human Torch for Fantastic Four. No worries, though, because we still have Avengers 2 and Captain America: The Winter Soldier to look forward to.
We weren't the only ones who felt weird after John Travolta butchered Idina Menzel's name during the Oscars. John felt bad himself after calling the Frozen singer Adele Dazeem. "I've been beating myself up all day," the John told E! News. "Then I thought...What would Idina Menzel say? She'd say, 'Let it go, let it go!'" The Interwebs exploded with posts (even a website that Travoltified names!) reacting to John's mistake during the awards ceremony two days ago. And in case you missed his introduction, it's part of our 15 most memorable moments from the Oscars.
Remember when you thought there would be flying cars by the Year 2000? Obviously, that hasn't happened and we're still hoping that Marty McFly's hoverboard from Back to the Future was actually real. Imagine flying to school or to the office and avoiding traffic. That would be easier, right? Well the geniuses from Michigan Institute Technology's Physics Graduate Program said that they made a way to make that dream a reality with the hoverboard or HUVr, which allows you to float from one place to another. We're not 100% sure it's legit (this could be a pretty elaborate prank, right?), but it'd be pretty cool if this pushes through. We will all know if this is real or not in December 2014—its release date. In the mean time, you can watch the video below and see these cool kids testing the HUVr. So cool!
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