It seems like everyone these days is attempting the "In My Feelings" challenge.
If you somehow have missed the countless videos online, the song features dance moves like making a heart with your hands when Drake says "Keke, do you love me?" and miming that you're driving a car.
It requires a little bit of rhythm, but like most dance crazes, anyone can learn to do it.
Good news: If you're a member of the BTS Army, the moment you've been waiting for has finally arrived.
Spoiler alert: He kills it.
Not to ruin your childhood, but there's a theory circulating on the internet that posits that Willy Wonka in the 1971 film Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory is actually less of a kooky chocoholic and more of a calculated psychopath.
Is Wonka hiding a dark secret underneath his signature top hat? You may never see this movie the same way again.
With filming of the HBO hit wrapping up, stars of the show are bidding farewell in their own unique way.
And what better way to celebrate the end than with some fresh ink?
That’s exactly what the actresses behind Arya and Sansa Stark have done.
After 2017 blessed the world with new projects such as Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN, Lorde’s Melodrama, SZA’s Ctrl and Jay-Z’s 4:44, there was absolutely no way that 2018 could top that… could it?
So far, this year has been filled with stellar new albums from budding superstars — Cardi B — to reliable hitmakers — Drake and Janelle Monáe, among others. And, of course, the multitude of Kanye West-produced albums that he crafted in his Wyoming compound.
We here at iDaily have already opened your minds to the best and worst movies of the year, and now, using a combination of Metacritic scores and album sales, we’ve set our sights on determining the best (not the worst, but the best) albums of 2018.
But one of them has to be the best.
Are you a fan of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, where we're introduced to memorable characters like Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe), Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint), Hermione Granger (Emma Watson) and Rubeus Hagrid (Robbie Coltrane)?
Or perhaps your favorite to stream is Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, where the titular character competes in the grueling (and deadly) Triwizard Tournament?
Jennifer Lopez allegedly celebrates her 49th birthday this week.
Allegedly being the key word.
She was reportedly born on July 24, 1969.
She's nearly 50, has been in the spotlight for three decades, and appears to be aging is reverse.
Don't believe us? Check out her latest gym selfie.
We've already put the worst Pixar movie of all time on blast.
Sorry, not sorry, Cars 2.
Let's take a look at five of Disney's worst animated flicks, using Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic and the court of public opinion as a guide.
And no, Frozen has some haters, but of course it didn't make the list.
Here's what did (in no particular order):
It's official: Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul already won San Diego Comic-Con with the cutest cosplay ever.
'Tis the season for the annual event, which often features panels ranging from teasing Marvel movie teases to reuniting iconic horror movie casts to announcing the latest developments in the Star Wars universe.
This year kicked off with a bang with a Breaking Bad reunion. The hit AMC series, which ended in 2013, is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
Among the notable moments: Aaron Paul, who starred as Jesse Pinkman, appeared open to a Jesse spin-off and series creator Vince Gilligan teased the possibility of Bryan Cranston or Paul appearing on the prequel show Better Call Saul before it ends.
Will these things actually happen? Fans sure hope so.
But it was Paul's baby girl who really stole the show at the event.