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News of the Day:
+ Chad Michael Murray dusted off his iconic tux from his 2000s hit film, A Cinderella Story, to attend prom for children diagnosed with cancer. Murray, who played Austin Ames (better known as Nomad609), surprised patients at the Children's Hospital of Orange County, and, according to his Instagram, it was "the greatest prom I've ever seen." Needless to say, Murray just solidified his Prince Charming status.
+ Kendall Jenner's reputation of making unwearable trends stylish, lives on. The reality tv star-model was photographed out and about in Los Angeles with her sister Kim, sporting shorts that almost look like invisible jeans. The shorts were paired with a button-down striped blouse, making it the perfect patriotic look for you to mimic at your Fourth of July function.
+ Last night Drake hosted the inaugural NBA awards, and it was certainly an event to remember. The rapper reminded us of his acting chops in his hilarious sketches, poking fun at basketball champ Steph Curry and his wife Ayesha in a parody of Jordan Peele's Get Out. In the skit, Steph, played by Drake, wants to go out and celebrate winning the championship, but Ayesha is not having it. Watch the hilarious video, below.
+ Beauty gurus Byrdie have teamed up with Pop & Suki, the handbag line founded by BFFs Suki Waterhouse and Poppy Jamie, to bring you the coolest beauty collab of the summer. The limited-edition Byrdie bag comes in millennial pink and features products from brands such as Charlotte Tilbury, Ouai, and Joanna Vargas, all handpicked by Byrdie editors. Bags come in two options, skin care and hair and makeup. Shop the collab, here.
Deal of the Day:
Starbucks addicts, this one is for you. In the spirit of summer, Starbucks is now offering a buy one, get one special, where customers receive complimentary free iced espresso drink of equal or lesser value. This offer ends in July, so order your drinks now.
Advice of the Day:
"I want to feel my life while I'm in it." —Meryl Streep
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