"Dance Moms" star Abby Lee Miller is expressing gratitude after she was reportedly diagnosed with cancer . The reality TV star, who was recently released from prison after serving 10 months for bankruptcy fraud, shared a selfie apparently from her hospital bed. The caption included a message of
A group of dogs had an unprompted photo call that resulted in an epic dog “selfie.” The dogs were playing in an outdoor area at a dog daycare and boarding studio in Cincinnati, Ohio when they gathered near a gate. One of their caretakers snapped photos of the moment and the rest is “doggone”
Ryan McKenna, the lucky fan who went viral during Timberlake's halftime show, met the singer again at his concert in Boston, along with Patriots star Julian Edelman.
The selfie -- an image of oneself taken by oneself -- has become increasingly ubiquitous and is one of the defining features of this generation. Now you can explore the origin of this phenomenon at the Museum of Selfies . Located in Glendale, California , the pop-up interactive museum opens for a
About a year ago, Aurora Sheffel was standing on a log with friends at the South Jetty Park Beach in Oregon before she suddenly fell, become pinned under the log, and drowned. In June 2016, DaMontez Jones accidentally shot himself in the chest in St. Louis. And just this week, a woman was injured
Two curious penguins starred in their own selfie video when they found a camera left on the ice in Antarctica. A member of the Australian Antarctic Program team, Eddie Gault, left a camera at the Auster Rookery -- a penguin breeding ground -- near Australia's Mawson research station on Antarctica,
Two curious penguins starred in their own selfie video when they found a camera left on the ice in Antarctica.
The 13-year-old boy who took a selfie with Justin Timberlake at the Super Bowl received another surprise from the singer while visiting "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." On Friday's episode, Ryan McKenna was reliving the moments on Sunday that earned him the nickname "Super Bowl selfie kid," when the
Yale University today vowed to ensure that donated cadavers are treated with respect in its laboratories after a dental graduate student from the University of Connecticut took a selfie with two severed heads during a workshop at the Ivy League school and posted it in an online private chat room.