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By: Sara G. Miller Published: 10/05/2015 on LiveScience Is that guy sexy? Is that woman beautiful? If you ask these questions to a group of people, they may have different answers, and a new study hints at why: Your perception of other people's attractiveness is mainly...
Maybe the dragon form of Maleficent is what caused the explosion that John Boyega and Daisy Ridley (and Olaf from "Frozen") run from in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Or what if R2-D2 broadcasted a message in which Pinocchio said he was "going to be a real boy"?
Caleb Logan Bratayley, a member of the popular YouTube family the Bratayleys, has died. He was 13. The Bratayley family announced the news via Instagram on Oct. 2, with a photo of their son and one of his sisters. In the caption, they wrote, "Caleb Logan Bratayley passed away of natural causes. This has come as a shock to all of us. Words cannot describe how much we will miss him. His incredibly funny, loving and wonderful spirit made us all fall in love with him as a YouTuber, friend, brother and son." They continued, "[we] ask that you bear with us while we deal with this tragedy as a family." Yesterday at 7:08PM Caleb Logan Bratayley passed away of natural causes. This has come as a shock to all of us. Words cannot describe how much we will miss him. His incredibly funny, loving and wonderful spirit made us all fall in love with him as a YouTuber, friend, brother and son. We know you tune in to watch each day and eagerly anticipate new videos, but ask that you bear with us while we deal with this tragedy as a family. Please help us honor our, baked potato. A photo posted by Annie Hayley Caleb Bratayley (@officiallybratayley) on Oct 2, 2015 at 4:58am PDT The family also shared a tribute video to Caleb on their YouTube channel, titled "Caleb, Gone But Never Forgotten" (you can watch it above). Maker Studios, the Disney-owned digital media company that represented the Bratayley family, shared a statement on Instagram offering their condolences. "We are heartbroken at the tragic loss of Caleb from Bratayley, a beloved member of the Maker family. Our love, support, thoughts, and prayers are with the Bratayley family," they wrote. The Bratayley's released another video the day after they made the announcement about Caleb's death, and the 13-year-old is featured in the clip talking to his future self. "It is with our deepest sorrow to report that the Instagram announcement was indeed true," reads a message left by the Bratayleys on YouTube. "In addition to our desire to give the Internet community the chance to begin the grieving process, we also wanted to post this video to show a healthy and happy Caleb doing what he loved. Thank you for all the love and support that everyone has shown our family. And we ask for continued love and support as we move through the grieving process." Also on...
Baby makes three! Brooklyn Decker and tennis champ Andy Roddick welcomed their first child together -- a baby boy -- on Sept. 30, UsWeekly reports. The couple, who married in April 2009, announced Decker's pregnancy on the model-turned-actress' Instagram account in May: ...