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These are some weird “Would You Rather” questions.

Fifth Harmony’s Camila Cabello and rapper Machine Gun Kelly just played the weirdest “Would You Rather” game on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.” The two musicians sat down to answer some fan-submitted questions that got pretty weird. It left us wondering what is going on with their fan bases. Here are some of the weirder questions Machine Gun Kelly and Camila Cabello had to answer.

Fans wanted to know if they would replace their fingers with eyelashes.

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*quietly worries about society*

Both decided to have eyelash fingers over finger eyelashes for obvious reasons.

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Most of us already have trouble explaining bruises just from being clumsy. Why add black eyes to the mix?

There was a gene splicing question that left the two musicians confused.

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Neither?

Machine Gun Kelly took the moment to compliment Cabello’s head…

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Eventually, the two agreed that having a cow’s head and a human body was the way to go.

Okay. Clearly the fans have a thing with swapping animal species with each other.

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*checks eBay for duck-sized horses*

Yet, most importantly, this question helped us discover that Cabello is scared of ducks.

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Camila, as long as we live we promise you will never have to face off with a horse-sized duck.

BONUS: Check out Machine Gun Kelly and Camila Cabello’s duet “Bad Things.”


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After Kaepernick's Fidel Castro Comments, This Miami Dolphins Star Went At Him

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After Kaepernick’s Fidel Castro Comments, This Miami Dolphins Star Went At Him

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Miami Dolphins linebacker Kiko Alonso had a parting gift for San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick after their teams faced off this weekend in Miami.

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Alonso, who is Cuban-American, used the late-game tackle to not only prevent the 49ers from a possible comeback, but to send a message to the Niners quarterback, who, a few days prior, made comments about Fidel Castro.

When the game was over, Alonso posted a photo to social media with the caption: “Vamos Coño !!!! ???? #finsup #miamidolphins #cubalibre”


So what led to the late-game drama between the two?

Before the 49ers-Dolphins game — days before Fidel Castro’s death — Kaepernick wore a T-shirt featuring Malcolm X and Fidel Castro. When questioned about the shirt by reporters, Kaepernick said he wore it because he respected Malcolm X’s desire to learn about other perspectives, not because he supported Castro.

According to the Miami Herald, the 49ers quarterback then commented, “One thing Fidel Castro did do is they have the highest literacy rate because they invest more in their education system than they do in their prison system, which we do not do here even though we’re fully capable of doing that.”

After the game, Alonso admitted there was some “bad blood” between he and Kaepernick.

Kaepernick later said he was not implying full support for Castro. He told ESPN: “What I said was I agree with the investment in education. I also agree with the investment in free universal healthcare as well as the involvement in him helping end apartheid in South Africa. I would hope that everybody agrees those things are good things. And trying to push the false narrative that I was a supporter of the oppressive things that he did is just not true.”

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