March 13, 2014: John Lloyd Cruz, Piolo Pascual, and Maja Salvador Do an #OscarSelfie at the 2014 Star Awards + More Conversation Starters This Morning

Here, news you missed while you were sleeping.

1 Remember the most famous #OscarSelfie LIKE EVER? Well, there's a local version now—with Maja Salvador, Piolo Pascual, Baron GeislerJohn Lloyd Cruz, Aga Muhlach, Dennis Trillo, and Ai Ai delas Alas—taken at the 2014 Star Awards on Sunday, March 9. Ai Ai and Maja posted the star-studded selfie on their Instagram accounts a day after the awards show, and we have to admit, this one looked pretty cute, too. (ABS-CBN News)

2 We're still a little bummed that ABS-CBN's Got To Believe (starring Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo) ended already, but the show did manage to catch the attention of Thailand. The country's morning talk show, Tuen Ma Kui, aired some kilig clips of the now defunct seriesand we're guessing the Thais are huge fans of the show, too! (PEP.ph)

3 In case you're having a rough morning, you have GOT to watch this video going viral online. The YouTube flick shows the victims of Typhoon Yolanda dancing to Pharrell William's "Happy," a song from the Despicable Me soundtrack. Time for a DAAANCE BREAAK!

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4 There's a new campaign going viral called #BanBossy, which encourages girls to assert their leadership skillswithout fear of being branded as bossy. Celebrities like Victoria Beckham, Jennifer Garner, designer Diane von Furstenburg, Beyonce, and Michelle Obama are helping raise awareness for this cool campaign, and we are LOVING this video they starred in below.

Of course, Beyonce closes the clip and tells the audience, "I'm not bossy. I'm the boss." YOU TELL 'EM, QUEEN B.

5 So scientists have invented these USB-ish devices that look like sticky notes called Datastickies. How do they work?  You kind of just have to stick them on your computer or on any device, and ta-da: Data transfer complete! Man, and we thought external hard drives and USBs were genius. (The Daily Mail)

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