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Behind the rise of TikTok stars Angel Mamii and John Dees, who met through the app 8 months ago and have rewritten the rulebook for viral fame
Angel Mamii and John Dees are rising stars of TikTok — since September, their surreal videos have racked up tens of millions of views.
On Thursday night, Justin Bieber finally tried the wildly popular chicken sandwich from Popeyes, but he wasn't impressed.
The photo of Zeena Hernandez, 27, and Lisa Yang, 28, lifting the barbell together in their wedding dresses has since gone viral.
Jeremiah Travis hasn't completed kindergarten yet, but the high school's band director already says he's one of the best performers on the team.
A 21-year-old won over his Tinder match by making a Twitter account just to show her his homemade pasta
Since Tinder doesn't allow users to send pictures to each other on the app, Andrew Wang told Insider he had "no choice but to make a Twitter account."
A little boy dressed as the Popeyes chicken sandwich for Halloween, and you won’t see anything cuter
Nidra Cummings turned her 2-year-old son, Nathan, into an adorable version of the famed Popeyes chicken sandwich using felt, foam, and Corn Flakes.
A couple wore protective face masks in their wedding photo during the California wildfires, and the striking image has gone viral
Curtis Ferland told Insider it was the last wedding photo that he and his bride, Katie, took before going indoors for their reception on Saturday.
A mom turns her son’s healthy meals into works of art inspired by popular characters and the designs are going viral
Artist Laleh Mohmedi said her favorite ingredient to work with is mashed potatoes, and that the hardest plates to create are "pretty celebrities."
An artist imagines what your favorite Disney princesses would look like in real life, and the results are extremely relatable
Andhika Muksin's art asks the important questions, like "How does Pocahontas' hair stay flawless with wind blowing in her face?"
Peter Luger’s manager says its steaks are still ‘the best you can eat’ after scathing zero-star review from The New York Times
Pete Wells wrote that his fries were "mealy and bland" and that the Caesar salad's croutons were "straight out of the bag."