Wednesday, December 12, 2018 | Updated at 4:53 AM ET

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The Real Madrid star is a second-time father.

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And he is worth for more than 1 billion reasons...

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"I hope they decide to show some love to the women of the franchise on the next one"

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A stunning mirror selfie showed another side of her personality.

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Want to have a beautiful body in 21 days. Well this new 21 Day Fix is a new diet that will help users lose weight.

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced Sunday that four department heads would be leaving their positions. This is the biggest move Dorsey has made since he returned to the company in mid-2015.

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This week in social media, Facebook finally fixed its battery-draining iPhone app. Meanwhile Twitter's CEO gave millions worth of stock to the company's employees and Instagram announced yet another new video app.

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This week in social media, Facebook unveiled its latest push into online video, seeking to rob top rival YouTube of views. Meanwhile, Twitter went through some major company changes under new CEO Jack Dorsey and a new study surprised no one by revealing that teens prefer Instagram, with Snapchat right behind, over other social networks.

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This week in social media, Facebook renamed its free Internet service to create some separation from its charity offerings, and redesigned a long-forgotten feature of its flagship platform. Meanwhile, Instagram hit a milestone of 400 million users, surpassing continually troubled Twitter.

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This week in social media, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced he's actually decided to create a "dislike" button, but it's not what you think. Meanwhile, Snapchat added a replay feature for snaps you might have missed (for a price) and in Facebook's new "Signal" feature, Twitter has something big to worry about from the top social media platform on the planet.

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This week in social media, Facebook had a full billion on the site at one time, while planning to add intelligence to Messenger. Meanwhile, Instagram dropped the square box, and Vine now adds perfectly looping music behind your videos.

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This week in social media, Facebook announced Facebook Lite for Android, Pinterest and Instagram find themselves competing in ecommerce and ads, and Snapchat hired the former head of The Onion.

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President Barack Obama and the Democratic Party members in Congress received better approval ratings than Republicans based on polling data on millennials.

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This week in social media, Facebook's real name policy got it in even more trouble, while Snapchat and Pinterest both climb in value. It's time for Social Media Saturday!

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This week in social media, Facebook opened up celebrity sharing to Instagram and Twitter while WhatsApp began testing voice calling. Meanwhile, Twitter's latest earnings report led to Wall Street's habitual dumping of the stock -- that is, until it was confirmed that Twitter had a deal with Google to begin including tweets in search results again.

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This week in social media, Pew Research released a new survey on social media use in the U.S. The research found that while Facebook far outweighs other social media networks, at the same time, it showed little growth compared to the rest.

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