Selena Gomez Tears Up During Heartfelt Speech, Leighton Meester Covers A Rock Song, And More

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We did it! Happy Friday! Before your brain shifts into weekend mode, please enjoy these pop culture headlines. Selena Gomez delivers an emotional speech, the cast of Lost attempts to explain the complicated series in 30 seconds, and an upcoming Fox reality series tricks its competitors into thinking they could marry Prince Harry. Yikes. Those stories and more in today’s celebrity headlines!

Here are the five stories you need to read today:

1. “I realized I don’t know how to be anything but myself.” Pop singer Selena Gomez teared up while giving an emotional speech about her past at the “We Day” event in Oakland, Calif on Wednesday. Watch Gomez’s entire speech below. [BuzzFeed]

2. Are you a Fleetwood Mac fan? If so you’ll enjoy Dana Williams and former Gossip Girl Leighton Meester’s tranquil acoustic cover of the band’s song Dreams.

3. We have to go back… and explain the television series Lost. Watch as the cast of the iconic island drama attempt to explain the complex show in 30 seconds. Mission impossible? Let’s find out! [EW]

4.Yikes! Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage recently admitted that he hasn’t read the books that inspired the popular HBO series. “I haven’t read the books,” Dinklage admitted. “And George Martin, our author, is probably going to kill my character soon because I mentioned that.”  [People]

5. Want to be the next Mrs. Prince Harry? We suggest you do not take part in the deceptively named new Fox series I Wanna Marry “Harry.” The competition show takes a Prince Harry lookalike and tricks 12 contestants into believing they could be the next Kate Middleton. The reality series premieres May 27 at 8 p.m. on Fox. [Bustle]

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