Beyonce Keeps Singing as Hair Caught in Fan

Lara Spencer explains what has people buzzing on the "GMA" Pop News Heat Index.
2:17 | 07/24/13

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You're welcome, lara. Welcome back, lara. A little "pop news" for you. We're going to begin with beyonce. She has some of the most loyal fans on earth. And this weekend, one of her fants fainted when the superstar went down to hug him. Just went out. And on monday in montreal -- yeah. We're not joking. And then, there was this. Monday, montreal, a different kind of fan took over her hair. Wouldn't let always the consummate professional, though. See that fan behind her? Her hair is wrapped in it. Totally stuck. She never stopped singing "halo." Even as crew members are cutting her hair out of the fan. That cannot feel good. And yet, she never lost pitch. Wow. Amazing. I like it. A gamer. I like it. That video, very viral this morning. You'll be hearing about that if you go online, guaranteed. And good news for christy turlington, just timeless. ONE OF THE BEAUTIES OF THE '80s AND '90s. Posing for among other things, calvin klein. At 44, she's not letting anything get between her and her calvins. Her first campaign back in '88. And looks just as beautiful today as she did back then. In the current issue of "harper's bazaar," she's not completely comfortable posing in underwear. And you have to get over that. Amazing. And a lovely person. Congratulations. And finally, this is an interesting study. What to mick jagger and robert de niro have in common with taylor swift. Besides widely successful careers. They're at golden ages in their lives. According to a new study from the london school of economics, we're our happiest at 23, and then again at 69. Those are the two happiest ages of your life. The study surveyed over 23,000 people. And found that 23 is that wonderful time of hope and optimism about the future. While our happiness does decline IN MID-50s, BY 69, WE'RE HAPPY Because we learned to have less regret about life.

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