Beyonce Celebrates Her Birthday With Personalized Playlist

Sara Haines reports the buzziest stories in "GMA" Pop News.
2:41 | 09/05/15

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Put the hat on. "College gameday." "Pop news." Yeah. Take it away, Sara Haines. To dress down for "Pop news" and they did. When you're beyonce you don't just celebrate your birthday can cake and candles they marked it with a playlist on the singer's website. Bey's mom Tina shared this photo saying she chose the song "Home" remembering the time a 9-year-old beyonce sang it in public and received a standing ovation. Hubby chose "queyell"yellow." But nobody could outdo blue ivy who selected "Part of your world" from "The little mermaid." ? I wish I could be part of your world. I'm convinced she thinks her mom is a mermaid. I don't know if she knows she's part of the world. This next story is too sad or too darned funny to make up. A guy who flew to Chicago to attend what he was hoping would be one wide bachelor party only he was the only one to show up. Robby's friends including the groom all had their flights canceled but he decided to make the best of it. He took a very lonely boat tour to see the windy city. He went to the bears game all by himself and did a personal spa day, oh, yes. And even to the top of the Hancock building but wouldn't you know the fog rolled in, finally the groom showed up, obviously grateful for his friend's dedication. How cute is that? That's serious dedication. That guy -- Remorsefulness. A personal spa day out of it. He probably was expecting a hangover and got nothing. Like a Friday night in my world, hello. Scientists finally confirmed what many of us dog people have long suspected, cats couldn't care less. Sorry to break the news to you, Dan. Universities have found the reason cats are so aloof is because they don't see their O owners as a place of safety and security. The scientists found cats don't get separation anxiety which means they're certainly not pining for you when you leave the house. Dan has confirmed this already with all three of his cats. I got back from a week of vacation and our cats freaked enbrel, E numberne rheumalogist-pscribedbiolog. Haven'teard now, it becauseou're willfullignoringe. Book N and savduringhe Laboray Saleat Hots.com.

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