ROYAL ROCKOUT

Rock royalty meets real royalty –and Taylor Swift.

Prince William combined the best of the rock and royal worlds at a recent charity event — and lucky for us the cameras were rolling.

The Duke of Cambridge took the stage to sing “Living on a Prayer,” with Jon Bon Jovi and Taylor Swift.

It was a spur of the moment performance at the Winter Whites Charity Gala hosted at Kensington Palace.


PANCAKE ART

A Saint Louis chef serves up art for breakfast — and pictures of his work are going viral.

Dr. Dan, the pancake man, has found a way to make pancakes look as good as they taste.

Dan has been serving up customized cakes for the past four years at a diner in St. Louis.

He has dozens of different designs — the jellyfish, classic characters from Super Mario brothers, and Pac Man, just to name a few.

Dr. Dan has his own Facebook page with more of his pancake designs — where he encourages customers to come into the diner and make a request.


GAP RESPONDS TO RACISM

A retail chain being praised for the way it handled an attack on one of its ads.

Gap is running a series of advertisements with models from different cultural backgrounds as part of its “Make Love” campaign.

One of the ads featuring Sikh actor Waris Ahluwalia was defaced with racist graffiti.

The vandal crossed out love on the poster — and scribbled the word bombs.

They also wrote, “Please stop driving taxis.”

Someone posted the pic on Twitter — and Gap responded directly asking the location of the vandalized ad.

The company also changed it’s twitter profile background to the picture featured on the defaced ad.


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