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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.”

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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.

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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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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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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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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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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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This TikTok Hack Shows A Pretty Cool Way To Grow Your Own Avocados At Home

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This TikTok Hack Shows A Pretty Cool Way To Grow Your Own Avocados At Home

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As the pandemic continues to carry us into the infinite unknown the only thing that we can be certain of is that keeping ourselves entertained, busy, and happy is essential. Of course, any plant lover knows that one of the most simple pleasures in life is having some homegrown vegetables in the kitchen. If you’re quarantining and doing all that you can to avoid public spaces like grocery stores this truth goes double.

Recently, a TikTok user uploaded a quick tutorial on how to make your very own avocado plant using supplies you probably have around the house as well as that avocado seed you most definitely toss out way too often. We broke down the steps for you below and they’re pretty easy!

Check them out below.

Here’s what you’ll need

  • Avocado seed
  • Water 
  • Paper towels
  • Ziploc bags
  • A vase or glass

1. Once you’ve cut the avocado hold on to the seed

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As TikTok user @BradCanning points out save the seed! As you’re preparing your avocado for a feast, be sure to avoid cutting into the seed.

2. Remove the outer layer of the seed by peeling it off

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Run the seed underwater then dry it. Once it’s dried up, peel off the skin with your fingers to make sure the seed doesn’t go moldy.

3. Allow the seed to sprout and grow a root by wrapping it in a paper towel and putting it in a Ziplock bag

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After the seed has been in the bag for two to three weeks, it’s time to pull it out and crack it open.

4. Fill a jar with water and suspend the seed

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According to Canning’s TikTok “Put the root in water and it will start to sprout … be careful though, this is a total addiction.”

Make sure to place only the roots or half of the seed in water. To do this, Canning used a vase with an opening that fits around the diameter of the seed. Note: others often insert wooden pegs into the seed to suspend it above the water. The root will slowly grow into the water below which means you’ve got a healthy growing plant on your hands.

5. Once the plant gets to a good size pot it in soil.

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Once the plant gets to a good size you can pot it in soil or in a bigger vase to ensure that it keeps growing. According to SF Gate, “After that, the plant takes 10 to 15 years to grow large enough to fruit, which it only does in suitable growing conditions. In U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 10 through 12, it’s safe to grow avocado plants outside. In colder zones, they make attractive houseplants but are unlikely to bear fruit.”

For the full video check it out here.

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Disney Just Announced That We Won’t Have To Wait For The Pandemic To End In Order To Watch Mulan— Thank The Ancestors!

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Disney Just Announced That We Won’t Have To Wait For The Pandemic To End In Order To Watch Mulan— Thank The Ancestors!

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After months of delays and waiting, Disney has announced that Mulan fans will no longer have to wait for a major theatrical release to see the live-action version of the animated classic. On Tuesday the Walt Disney Company revealed that the film will no longer seek a major theatrical release and that the blockbuster’s debut will take place on the subscription streaming service, Disney+.

To see the movie, customers will need to pay an additional $29.99 on top of the cost of the monthly subscription for Disney+

“In order to meet the needs of consumers during this unpredictable period, we thought it was important to find alternative ways to bring this exceptional family-friendly film to them in a timely manner,” Disney CEO Bob Chapek explained in a statement according to Variety. “We see this as an opportunity to bring this incredible film to a broad audience currently unable to go to movie theaters.”

The company has said that it plans to release Mulan in theaters in areas where Disney+ is not available to audiences.

According to Variety, “The decision to put Mulan on premium video-on-demand further emphasizes the studio’s increased reliance on Disney Plus at a time when most of their business — from theme parks and cruises to movie theaters and retail stores — have been crippled by the pandemic. Research, Chapek says, suggests that bringing a high-profile release like Mulan to homes “will act as a fairly large stimulus to sign up for Disney Plus.”

Mulan had been originally scheduled for a theatrical debut on March 27 and was meant to be Disney’s biggest theatrical release for the year.

Disney shelled out a $200 million budget and in early March the studio set up a lavish red carpet premiere at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. Days later, the COVID-19 pandemic forced Disney to postpone the movie’s release. The movie’s debut was then pushed back several times before Disney announced last week that they would indefinitely remove it from the release calendar. Fortunately, they’ve changed their mind and Mulan will debut on the streamer’s new platform on September 4, 2020.

Disney’s latest version of Mulan stars actress Yifei Liu as the titular character based on the legend of a female Chinese warrior who disguises herself and takes her father’s place as a soldier.

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