Trending: #SingForNicole, Monica Speaks, Throw, Run & Catch

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A Plano teen is asking everyone to help convince the band One Direction to play a song for her sister.

#SingforNicole was trending nationally on Twitter Tuesday, hours after Kelly Wilson started it.

She did it for her 15-year-old sister — who died this weekend from complications from diabetes — and was a huge One Direction fan.

Last night, Kelly tweeted this message to the band:

Since then people have been spreading the word about #singforNicole, including Rice Middle School, where Nicole went to school.

As of Tuesday afternoon, Kelly had not heard from the band.

However, she says she is getting retweet notifications from around the world and hopeful the band will pay this tribute to her sister.


Monica Lewinsky is breaking her silence about her affair with president Bill Clinton in an article for the magazine “Vanity Fair.”

In the article, Monica writes “It’s time to burn the beret and bury the blue dress.”

She writes her relationship with former President Clinton was consensual.

She admits she is still recognized everyday, turned down offers that would have made her 10 million, but was never paid off by the Clintons.

She says she’s speaking now in hopes of helping others through their darkest times.

The article will be in Vanity Fair’s new online version on Thursday — the magazine hits news stands next week.


A Houston high school player is showing off just how fast he can run and catch.

Gary Haynes posted a Vine video showing him heaving a football up in the air, running about 40 yards and catching it.

Haynes is a junior, with a scholarship offer to University of Houston.

He says he would like to attend Texas A&M or Texas Tech.

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