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Whatever it is, we know it's going to be insanely loud.
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TikTokers have a new secret obsession — the bedroom of a user named Melissa Ramirez, who keeps something pretty impressive hiding behind her wall.
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Molly Everette Gibson may only be less than one month old, but she has already made history. Weighing 6 pounds, 13 ounces, Molly, who was born on Oct. 26 to parents Tina and Ben Gibson, spent more than 27 years frozen as an embryo before being transferred to her mother's uterus on Feb. 10. The time the embryo spent in frozen preservation set the new known record for the longest-frozen embryo to ever come to birth, according to research staff at the University of Tennessee Preston Medical Library.
The "Newsroom" anchor hit the rival cable network with a "Peter Pan" reference.