5 Things That Happened This Week, as Told by Emojis

Jill Dillard gives birth, Pink shoots down body shamers and more stories that we just had to text you about

01 of 05

JILL DILLARD GIVES BIRTH

JILL DILLARD GIVES BIRTH

After 41 weeks and five days of pregnancy – and 70 hours of labor, the Duggar daughter gave birth to a healthy baby boy, Israel David. During the extensive, highly intense wait for little Israel, Derick played spiritual songs and read Bible verses until the hefty 9 lb. 10 oz baby finally agreed to come out via C-section.a

02 of 05

PINK SHUTS DOWN BODY SHAMERS

PINK SHUTS DOWN BODY SHAMERS

When Pink hit the town in a sleek black party dress, Internet haters reposted pics of the star with nasty comments about her body. The singer, not one to let negativity bring her down,a fired back on Twitter with her signature confidence and messagea of body positivity: "While I admit that the dress didn't photograph as well as it did in my kitchen, I will also admit that I felt very pretty…I am perfectly fine, perfectly happy, and my healthy, voluptuous and crazy strong body is having some much deserved time off." Preach, girl.a

03 of 05

BARRY MANILOW TIES THE KNOT

BARRY MANILOW TIES THE KNOT

Surprise! Manilow and his longtime manager Garry Kief invited "20 to 30 guests" over for lunch. When they arrived, the couple revealed it was more than just a lunch; it was an intimate wedding ceremony.

04 of 05

JOHN KRASINSKI PROVES HIS TRUE TALENT

JOHN KRASINSKI PROVES HIS TRUE TALENT

Yes, Krasinski is an excellent actor. Yet his true talent has only just been revealed to us – the man is a world-class lip-syncer. His scary-good performance of *NSync's "Bye Bye Bye" – he even mastered the marionette-themed choreography from the music video – causes us to question his current career path.

05 of 05

STAR WARS TRAILER IS RELEASED

STAR WARS TRAILER IS RELEASED

The Internet lost any semblance of cool when the new Star Wars trailer droppedaon Thursdayafor the upcoming franchise addition, The Force Awakens. The film, out in November, will take place 30 years after the 1983's Return of the Jedi ended.

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