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Oh, Donnie

Because Donald Trump Jr. had nothing better to do this weekend, he decided to go after Jimmy Kimmel on Twitter — and failed spectacularly. President Donald Trump kick-started it all, tweeting his unhappiness with late-night hosts and their “repetitive material,” their Democrat allegiances, and wondered if he could get some equal time. So Kimmel tried to make the POTUS an offer he couldn’t refuse.

If only. But that’s when Trump Jr. chimed in. In an attempt to shift gears and change topics, DJTJ asked Kimmel about producer Harvey Weinstein, who was fired from The Weinstein Company after numerous sexual harassment claims surfaced in a recent exposé by The New York Times.

Kimmel quickly responded, referencing Trump’s remarks a few months back about the status of the newspaper.

Junior doled out a feeble reply but Jimmy wasn’t done. He took DJTJ’s lob and knocked it out of the park.

Amazing. Trump Jr. asking Kimmel about predator Harvey Weinstein, then Kimmel posting the Access Hollywood video of Trump bragging about assaulting women is perfection. Neither Trump nor Trump Jr. have responded, but we think it’s safe to say they better be ready for Kimmel’s epic monologues this week.

Oprah’s so rich, she doesn’t have a PIN number

There’s rich, then there’s Oprah rich. The star and media mogul told Ellen DeGeneres that she doesn’t have a PIN number. So when she needs to make a deposit (or withdrawal, presumably), she has to line up for some teller service like everyone else.

“I went to the bank recently, because I hadn’t been to the bank since 1988,” Oprah told Ellen, recalling that she stood in line to deposit a cheque — worth a cool $2 million. “It felt fantastic.”

No sh*t. So if you wondered what it feels like to be Oprah, just line up at the bank instead of using the ATM. Hey, it’s a start.

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Sofia Vergara got a mammogram and you should too

ICYDK, Sofia Vergara is a cancer survivor, having been diagnosed with thyroid cancer when she was 28. Fortunately, she beat it, but it makes perfect sense that she gets checked out regularly. She posts about her annual mammogram, and this year was no different.

You have to do it!!!💪🏽💪🏽 #mammogram 💋#medicalimaging women’s imaging.

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It might be easy to put off getting a mammogram, or perhaps there are women out there who are nervous to get one done but early detection is vital. And if it takes a dancing Sofia to help women move towards booking that appointment, we’re all for it.

Jason Ritter broke the record for most hugs in one minute

If you didn’t think Jason Ritter was huggable before, he proved you wrong on The View on Monday. While promoting his new show Kevin (Probably) Saves the World, in which Ritter’s character has to hug people (“It’s complicated,” he told the hosts and audience), Jason decided to try and break the Guinness World Record for giving the most hugs in one minute by a single individual.

The actor lined up 100 people — including the hosts — and hugged each person. And even when the buzzer signaled time was up, Jason continued hugging every person who was willing to help a guy out. Huggable and adorable; what’s not to love?

Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” has officially been viewed a BILLION times

On March 1, 2012, a little ditty by newcomer Carly Rae Jepsen was released. “Call Me Maybe” became the song of the summer, and while it may have been overplayed then, don’t tell us that if it comes on now you aren’t tapping your toes, because we aren’t hearing you.

Well, five and a half years later, Carly Rae’s debut song just passed the one billion views mark on YouTube. According to E! Online, the video averages about 250,000 views per day. Incredible, right? Talk about the little song that could.

So why not add to that? You know you want to, though apologies in advance as it’ll be in your head all day.