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Rocking a beautiful black and gold outfit, Shailene Woodley dished on The Ellen DeGeneres Show today about living out of a small suitcase - and loving it!
I just travel around with my little suitcase that I stole from my mom¹s house. It’s actually a really progressive carry on because it has the four wheels that roll in every direction…I feel like I¹m so young. Right now, this is the time to travel and experience things.”
Taylor Swift had a treat in store for fans today - she released a teaser of her upcoming single "Welcome to New York." She debuted to the clip on Good Morning America and dished about the track:
“The first song on 1989 is a song called ‘Welcome to New York’ and I wanted to start the album with this song because New York has been an important landscape and location for the story of my life in the last couple of years.”
Check out the preview for "Welcome to New York" below!
Bet you didn't know that 5 Seconds of Summer's Calum Hood is a poet, well, kind of. He recently read out a poem he wrote at 6-years-old during an interview with an Aussie radio station. It's a pretty cute poem about a pretty cute creature - a turtle!
Check out Calum reading "Turtle" below!
Talk about the world's greatest uncle - Late Night TV Host/Comedian Jimmy Kimmel invited his 12-year-old niece Allison to come to the show to get a Halloween makeup lesson from a famous Hollywood makeup artist...little did she know the makeup artist was actually her favorite actor, Ansel Elgort (in disguise of course.)
Check out the clip below!
Time Magazine just released it's list of "The 25 Most Influential Teens of 2014," and there are more than a few familiar names on there - Jaden Smith, Lorde, Malia & Sasha, Kendall & Kylie and Austin Mahone just to name a few! Time said:
“Teens today might have a mixed reputation, but there’s no denying of their influence. They command millions of fans on Twitter and Vine, start companies with funds they raised on Kickstarter, steal scenes on TV’s most popular shows, lead protests with global ramifications, and even win Nobel Peace Prizes."
Check out the full list (and why they're on there) here.