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Why Angelina Jolie Had Her Ovaries Removed

Headlines, hot news, and conversation starters on March 25, 2015!

1 Two years after Angelina Jolie chose to undergo preventive double mastectomy, she revealed in an article on The New York Times that she has also had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed, after her doctor revealed she could possibly develop cancer. Although Angelina tested negative, she still went through with the surgery, saying, "It is not easy to make these decisions. But it is possible to take control and tackle head-on any health issue. You can seek advice, learn about the options and make choices that are right for you. Knowledge is power." Read the full article here. (New York Times)

2 Happy (almost) birthday, Kathryn Bernardo! The Cosmo cover girl started her birthday celebration on March 24, Tuesday, at Misibis Bay in Albay. Kathryn will turn 19 on the 26th. Check out this cute photo of her snuggling with rumored beau Daniel Padilla! (PEP

3 Big news for the makers of That Thing Called Tadhana! The movie is set for international screenings in the United States beginning March 27. (ABS-CBN

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4 Do Beliebers really want One Direction dead? One Direction member Liam Payne caused some trouble online after a Justin Bieber fan asked him on Twitter: “Isn't it kinda depressing for you to know that Justin Bieber will always be more successful than you?” To which Liam responded: “how many times have I been arrested.” Apparently Beliebers weren’t too pleased with Liam’s humor, so the hashtag “Beliebers Want One Direction Dead” started. Liam seemed to have it all under control though, as he posted a string of tweets about the incident. Oh well, fan girls will be fan girls. (Cosmopolitan US)

A German airliner crashed near a ski resort in the French Alps on March 24, Tuesday. 150 people were reportedly killed in the crash, making it the worst airline disaster in France in four decades. The plane was Germanwings Airbus A320, a low-cost airline of Lufthansa. (GMA News

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