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DJ Khaled is a man of many talents; most, if not all, we can appreciate.

Khaled has become an outstanding motivational speaker overnight through his Snapchat account and in light of his words of wisdom, a fan created a website in honor of the Miami legend. If you’re looking for that extra push in your day or the key to more success, head on over to, where you can listen to Khaled’s most praised quotes.

This might be the greatest thing on the Internet.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens is on its way to become the biggest box-office film of all time.

The George Lucas-directed film is expected to bring in $255 million after its first opening weekend. The film already topped the record for the highest opening day at $120 million. During a promo tour, actor John Boyega stopped by Jimmy Fallon and revealed that his friends were shocked to see he was in the movie for a long period of time, as they thought he would only be an extra.

Check out the hilarious clip above.

Just like her career, Adele takes her health very serious.

The Grammy-winning singer revealed she stopped smoking cigarettes because she was afraid it would kill her. Back in 2011, Adele was reportedly smoking 25 cigarettes a day when she lost her voice, causing her to cancel her tour. Doctors immediately warned her she’d lose her career if she didn’t stop smoking.

We’re thankful you stopped, Adele.

24-year-old doctor Sanneta Myrie finished 5th out of 120 contestants in the 65th annual Miss World competition.

The Jamaican beauty represented her country with style and grace while competing against representatives from Russia, Spain, Indonesia, and Lebanon, who all made the top five.

Though she wasn’t crowned, Myrie expressed her gratitude throughout the competition. She was also the first person to compete with dreadlocks. Congrats to Ms. Myrie.

SOURCE: Complex, People, Gossip Cop, Billboard, The Gleaner | PHOTO CREDIT: Splash, Getty

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