The 10 Can't-Miss Photos of the Week
Why We Can't Stop Staring at It: It's impossible not to laugh. Especially when you know some of the moves are called "This Ol' Thing? I Got It at Talbots" and "One Move Behind in Zumba Class."
Why We Can't Stop Staring at It: We've see these three women do fierce, we've seen them do serious, we've seen them do sweet and we've seen them do sexy. But we don't often see them do goofy.
The Moment: Former U.S. Secretary of State (and future TBD) Hillary Clinton and New York City's First Lady Chirlane McCray promote an early-childhood development initiative, "Talk to You Baby," in Brooklyn, New York.
Why We Can't Stop Staring at It: First, the obvious: There are babies. Second: The photo is a display of Clinton's playful side. Third: We want to be best friends with the boy sitting at McCray's feet (who's desperately trying to get in on the joke). a
The Moment: Wielding a selfie stick with total poise and glamor, Melissa McCarthy at a screening of Spy in Atlanta.
Why We Can't Stop Staring at It: Still reeling from the news that selfie sticks are banned from two of the country's largest music festivals – Coachella and Lollapalooza – we interpret this picture as a moving tribute to the selfie stick glory that could have been.
The Moment: Solemn sumo wrestlers march under cherry blossoms onward a ceremonial sumo tournament at the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo.
Why We Can't Stop Staring at It: As the old saying goes, It's not spring until the sumo wrestlers walk amongst the cherry blossoms. Which is why this picture reminds us that we actually survived winter, against all odds. a
The Moment: Larry, the cat of British Prime Minister David Cameron, refuses to cower in the face of the police dog, Bailey, in London.
Why We Can't Stop Staring at It: There's so much tension in this moment, as cats and dogs have a long, troubled history fraught with miscommunication and rivalry. We desperately want to know what transpires next: Hissing? Sniffing? Interspecies friendship?
The Moment: A group of girls carry palm leaves, which were blessed during morning mass at Cathedral of San Cristobal de La Laguna in Tenerife, Spain.
Why We Can't Stop Staring at It: We've made eye contact with the girl whose face is bathed in light, and the first person to blink loses.a
The Moment: Pope Francis lies down on the floor of St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican to pray.a
Why We Can't Stop Staring at It: The basilica is so vast and ornate that we hardly noticed the Pope, face down on the floor, upon first glance.
The Moment: Humans have never arrived closer to perfection than at this very moment. A life-size chocolate sculpture of Benedict Cumberbatch is unveiled in London to celebrate the launch of Sherlock on UKTV's on-demand service.a
Why We Can't Stop Staring at It: Benedict Chocolate-batch is precisely what we'd like to find in our Easter baskets. Alas, we have to settle for eating chocolate eggs and ogling this picture with great longing. a
The Moment: Cara Delevingne lives it up at Karl Lagerfeld's private N.Y.C. Chanel party cruise alongside Katy Perry, the designer and a kid up way past his bedtime.
Why We Can't Stop Staring at It: The picture evokes so many questions: Are fishnet gloves a thing now? Why are Perry's bunny ears so half-hearted? Who is that man blowing smoke above Cara's head? We want answers – but above all, we want to be there.a