RENEE RESPONDS

Actress Renee Zellweger is responding to all the attention about her new look.

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The 45-year-old actress is basically telling people to find something else to talk about.

She’s calling the buzz about her appearance “silly.”

On Monday social media blew up with red carpet pictures of Renee from Monday night, where she looked quite a bit different — especially her around her eyes.

She issued a statement to people magazine, which reads in part, “I’m glad folks think I look different! I’m living a different, happy, more fulfilling life, and I’m thrilled that perhaps it shows.”

She says she’s healthy now and for a long time she wasn’t doing such a good job with that.

 

LED HALLOWEEN BABY IS BACK

Who could forget the most adorable, stick figure ever from last year’s Halloween?

Royce Hutain made an LED costume for his two-year-old daughter — and posted the video of her toddling around in it to YouTube. To date, it has been watched more than 22 million times.

This year, she has a new costume — and a new name. The little girl is now known as “Glowy Zoey.” This year, she an LED Minnie Mouse.

This year’s costume changes colors and comes with an attached microphone.

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After last year’s video went viral, Zoey’s dad started selling the stickman costumes online.

 

BEST SHIRT EVER FOUND

Facebook helps a young boy find the best shirt ever.

It’s the same shirt 12-year-old Joe Archibold has worn for his school photos the past five years straight.

Joe Archibold's school photos. (Courtesy: Archibold family)

Joe Archibold’s school photos. (Courtesy: Archibold family)

Most recently Joe wore the blue striped polo for his sixth grade school photo. He also wore it for his pictures in fifth, fourth, third, and second grade!

But Joe only owned the shirt in small and medium and would be too small for him by next year.

So, first his sister put out a call on Facebook.

Then a Denver TV station posted it on its Facebook page.

Through the power of social media — a woman who lived 30 miles away was able to connect with Joe and his mom to give him the shirt.

(credit: Twitter/KellySommariva)

(credit: Twitter/KellySommariva)

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It’s an extra large — so he plans on wearing it in every picture until his senior year.