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5 Things You Missed While You Were In School (October 7)

Zendaya and Bella Thorne reunite, Taylor Swift talks about The Voice—plus updates on the One Direction: Where We Are Concert Film, Sarah Hyland and Matt Prokop, and a challenge you should take!
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After working on the show Shake It Up, Zendaya Coleman and Bella Thorne are going to work together again. Zendaya announced via Instagram earlier that she'll be reuniting with the Blended star on her Disney Channel TV show, K.C. Undercover. Are you excited for this?

Wondering how it's been for Taylor Swift to be working on The Voice with coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and Pharrell Williams? T-Swizzle revealed a few deets about it when she got to talk to Access Hollywood recently. Woohoo! We're looking forward to see her on the show!

Guess what's finally here! Oh NBD, just the tickets for the One Direction: Where We Are Concert Film this weekend. Are you ready? Are your pockets ready, too? Remember they're going to screen it for one weekend only, so better catch it with your loved ones this Saturday/Sunday. Visit Robinsons Movie World to buy your tickets.

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Sarah Hyland obtained permanent restraining order against her ex-boyfriend Matt Prokop recently. ICYDK, the Modern Family star filed a temporary restraining order because according to the court documents she submitted, Matt threatened her life. The order is effective for 3 years and if Matt decides to go against it and go near Sarah, he could go to jail. Yikes!

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This is the challenge you should take, Candy Girls: The Fat Talk Free Week, a body image challenge where you should go five days without talking about your bod negatively (no complaints about your thighs or your hips or any body part!) and that of another person's. This campaign aims to stop body-shaming and prevent the development of eating disorders in the long run. Need more information on the campaign? You can go here. Let's do this, ladies!

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