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7 Celebrity Outfits From The ’90s That Are So Bad They’re Good

90’s fashion dreams live on! And these 7 celebs know it. Be prepared for lots cringing, laughing, raising your hands in praise, because these outfits are so bad, they’re actually amazing.

1. Sofia Vergara’s Outfit from the opening credits of “Fuera De Serie.”

Credit: Univision/YouTube

The white top and pants combo. That belt! We love it all so much. Her dance moves are just an added bonus. SIDE NOTE: Did you know Sofia used to host a travel show?! Amazing.

2. Christina Aguilera in her “Come On Over” music video.

Credit: YouTube/CAguileraVEVO

We. Are. Slain. Let’s break it down, shall we? You’ve got:

✓ Red streaks

✓ Big hoops

✓ Some kind of crop top / halter cut-out contraption

✓ Belly art rhinstones. I REPEAT: BELLY ART RHINESTONES

✓ Lace-up pants

✓ Skinny AF eyebrows

Xtina, you queen!

3. Shakira circa “Ciega, Sordomuda.”

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Credit: YouTube/ShakiraVEVO

It’s hard to focus on how perfect Shakira’s brows are because I can’t stop remembering how cool her ’90s hair used to be.

+ Bonus ’80s Shakira

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And here’s Baby Shakira serving you some ADORABLE big hair realness.

4. Paulina Rubio in yellow

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Credit: Televisa/ YouTube

The Big Bird couture is just too much, but also maybe not enough? I can’t decide.

5. THIS outfit Xuxa wore on her TV Show.

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Credit: MTM Enterprises/The Family Channel/Tumblr

It’s hard to decide what we like best — her headband/hat (hatband?), the earrings, the GIANT shoulder pads? There’s too much, we’re experiencing sensory overload.

6. This crazy Gloria Trevi outfit.

Credit: Sony Music Ariola/YouTube

Are those mesh green shorts over tights? What is happening? Seriously, what is going on?

7. Jennifer Lopez rockin’ a beanie.

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Credit: Fox/HuffPost

So many earth tones! So much volume! We love you forevah-evah “In Living Color”-era J.Lo.

READ: 10 Ways Our Parents Throw Shade at Our Style

What are some of your favorite ’90s fashions? Let us know in the comments!

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Latinas Share The Movies They Love To Watch With Their Friends

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Latinas Share The Movies They Love To Watch With Their Friends

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Sure, we’re still in quarantine but that doesn’t mean all female bonding goes out the window! Cuddling up with your friends and staying in for a good movie is still totally possible thanks to Zoom and wine. And while our options of views might seem to be dwindling thanks to a lack of content on streamers…

Fortunately, Latinas are coming together to share the best movies to watch.

Check them out below!
“Practical Magic” –jessica_546

“Birds of Prey.”- brainsbeastbeauty

“Bridesmaids.” –

“Mean Girls” –dominiricanmarie


Paramount Pictures


“13 going on 30!” –_mariaaceves

“Twilight.” –vivaloscupcakes

“Moulin Rouge.” –ninasandra

“Practical Magic. “ isabel__maria__

Warner Bros.
Roadshow Entertainment

“Selena.” –momma_bear_of4

“Bridesmaids & Mean Girls.” –glamit_gabby

“Romy & Michelle, Legally Blonde, Devil Wears Prada, How to Lose A Guy In 10 Days, the Wedding Planner, Sex & the City.”- mixtapemcgee

“Aquamarine.” –itz_me_otra_vez

“Hustlers.” –mellowagrelo


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“Legally blonde!! HELLO!! My big fat Greek wedding, anything hallmark.” –luvgabz

“Coyote ugly.” –sugarandstorytime

“Now & Then.” –l.a.momma

NOW AND THEN, Thora Birch, Gaby Hoffman, Ashleigh Aston Moore, Christina Ricci, 1995


“Riding in Cars with boys.” –mrs.ssg415

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A Woman On TikTok Gave Her Followers Insight Into What It Feels Like To Be Paralyzed

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A Woman On TikTok Gave Her Followers Insight Into What It Feels Like To Be Paralyzed

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In 2009, the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health reported that almost 5.4 million people in the United States live with paralysis. Still, despite how common this is, few people understand the condition of paralysis and how it affects a person’s daily life. Twenty-two-year-old Jessica Tawil, of New Jersey, recently set out to explain the experience on TikTok last year.

Since her first post in November, the TikToker has garnered over 1 million followers with content that focuses on her experience of being paralyzed from the waist down.

In a post shared on her TikTok page, Tawil explained an exercise that might give people a chance to understand the sensation of being paraplegic.

@jesstawil

#foryoupage #fyp #foryou #whatilearned #stemlife #needtoknow #weekendvibes #bekind #spinalcordinjury #productivity #disability #medical #paralyzed

♬ Epic Emotional – AShamaluevMusic

In a post shared on her TikTok page, Tawil shared an exercise with her followers that demonstrates how it feels to not be able to move a ligament. In this case, it’s your finger. According to Buzzfeed, Tawil came across the exercise after looking through posts related to disabilities. “I remember feeling so blown away because my legs felt the exact same way as my finger did,” she said.

“Not many people know too much about paraplegics and their capabilities, so I wanted to be that light to inform, educate, and even entertain people,” Tawil explained to BuzzFeed. “I want people to know what it’s like to be paralyzed … so that they can be a little bit more appreciative of what they have and remain humble.”

Tawil’s video demonstration currently has over 12 million views.

Tawil explained that a kidnapping and car accident led to her paralysis when she was in her teens.

Tawil explained that the accident took place on Nov. 15, 2014, when she went to a friend’s house in high school. When she arrived, Tawil discovered that men were present and instantly felt uncomfortable when she further learned that they had brought drugs and alcohol.

“When I eventually asked them to take me home, they took me to an abandoned road instead. When we got to this road, the driver stopped the car and put his foot on the gas and brake at the same time, doing a burnout with his wheels. He lost control of the car and crashed into a tree,” Tawil explained. “It was at this moment that I got whiplash, split my head open to the point where my skull was exposed, and sustained a spinal cord injury — leaving me paralyzed the moment we crashed,” she said. “Paramedics said that I lost the equivalence of a ‘Coca-Cola bottle of blood’ out of my head, and didn’t think I’d make it if they drove me to the hospital. So they drove me to a nearby soccer field where a helicopter airlifted me to the ICU. From there on, I went through seven months of rehab and remained permanently paralyzed and wheelchair-bound.”

Speaking about her injury, Tawil says she was “robbed of my ability to use the bathroom normally (I depend on catheters and enemas).”

Sadly Tawil says her experience led to her reclusiveness and weariness to trust others. Still, she finds that her disability comes with positives. “On the positive side, I have become a lot more spiritual and grateful to have been given another chance at life,” she told BuzzFeed. “My accident has emphasized the fact that we are not promised tomorrow, and that we should always be grateful for the simplest things in life… I also want to show people how I live my life in the present day — what is life like as a wheelchair user? — and devote my channel to being a blog where people can get to know me on a lot more of a personal level.”

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