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In all fairness, monkeys are pretty horrifying.


Vincent D'Onofrio arrives at the premiere of Lionsgate's 'The Kid' at ArcLight Hollywood on March 06, 2019 in Hollywood, California. (Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)

@vincentdonofrio, sharing how trips to a monkey habitat in his youth scarred him for life. The actor said the animals’ screams stayed with him to the point that years later in Brazil, he was extremely spooked when a monkey approached him — screaming — as he retrieved cash from an ATM. D’Onofrio said that to this day, monkeys have an “ability to scare the s--- out of me.”

This stage setup has to be absolutely bonkers to take THAT much electricity.


Nicki Minaj attends as Harper's BAZAAR Celebrates "ICONS By Carine Roitfeld" at the Plaza Hotel on September 7, 2018 in New York City. (Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Harper's Bazaar)

@Luuiseen, reacting to Nicki Minaj’s last-minute cancellation Saturday of her concert in Bordeaux, France. Minaj claimed on Instagram that the arena didn’t have enough electrical support for the show. Fans who traveled from other countries to see Minaj were disappointed and are asking her to reschedule.

Shoutout to Missouri City, Texas. And also Billy’s dad.

@cathywegman, praising the support shown by Missouri City, Texas, residents for Billy’s Donuts after a viral tweet. Billy By tweeted photos of his father standing in the family’s new business Saturday, saying no one had shown up. By’s tweet took off, and Houston’s KPRC-TV reported long lines on Sunday. By later tweeted that Billy’s Donuts had sold out, and thanked Twitter users for their support.

At least everyone left with a bottle half full (at least).

@bella_barbarino, celebrating the holiday, which falls on March 10. Hidden Valley, one of the most popular ranch brands, hosted its own celebration in Las Vegas. The festivities featured 25,000 ounces of the sauce and fans were allowed to bring any container of their choice to fill up for free, Hidden Valley said in a press release. A 24-foot-tall bottle was also on hand so attendees could take photos.

There’s no way any of us could’ve seen this totally predictable plot advancement coming.

@kdemuth29, tweeting about the news that Netflix is expanding its hit holiday movie “A Christmas Prince” with a third installment: “The Royal Baby.” The news was announced by Netflix’s sister account @seewhatsnext, which tweeted a photo of an ultrasound with a crown photoshopped atop the baby’s head. The new film is set to come out around the holidays.