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Paula Abdul mistook Nicole Scherzinger for Shakira in a viral post-Superbowl tweet.

The Masked Singer judge didn't let it slide however.


The former singer and American Idol judge created the awkward tweet during the Super Bowl this past Sunday. The tweet she shared expressed her excitement to see Jennifer Lopez, Shakira and Demi Lovato perform at the halftime show.

Here's where it gets weird. Abdul's tweet contained photos of her with J. Lo, Demi, and....not Shakira.

Instead, the photo contained Pussycat Dolls' Nicole Scherzinger.

And she thought it was just as funny as the rest of us did.

Abdul's original tweet has since been deleted, but Sherzinger's hilarious quip has gone viral. People are finding it humorous, poking fun at Abdul's well-intentioned mistake.

As of now, Abdul has not responded to the tweet. Despite having worked with Sherzinger on The X-Factor, she still failed to notice her slip-up. But the fans sure didn't.








Regardless, the two of them are both queens. And while Paula Abdul may have made a mistake, Scherzinger really handled it with grace.

Talk about a ScherZINGER.

Deciding to foster a child, while clearly admirable, is the furthest thing from a no-brainer. So much consideration must go into the decision to provide safety and security to a child who hasn't always had it.

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Who knows us better than our parents?

A lot of people, in fact. Not every person's relationship with their parents is perfect, and sometimes people have reasons why they hide things or choose not to be entirely honest that are perfectly valid. It takes a lot of courage to be open––especially if the environment in which we grew up wasn't exactly ideal.

That's what we were reminded of after Redditor Magical-Potato-Chips asked the online community,

"What's something you've wanted to tell your parents but won't because it'll break their hearts?"
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Siblings can be problematic to say the least. And as much as we love our family, they can be the most aggravating people any of us know.

The history of the bond and twisted relationships between sibs is long, complicated and chuck full of family fun.

I know by brother and I alone could fill an anthology. Imagine if we all put our stories together?

That's all anybody would talk about.

Redditor u/lew939 wanted all the siblings out there to share a tale or two by asking:

Siblings of Reddit, What does your sibling do that irritates you the most?
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What is in the water in the United States that compels people to walk around in their homes with their shoes on? Try doing that in South Korea––people would be so mortified. I have a sibling whose apartment is carpeted from wall to wall and who walks around inside with his shoes on all the time, tracking in any manner of dirt and dust from outside. Egad! I get chills just thinking about it. And as an American, it's something I've noticed people from other countries love to comment on.

We learned a lot more about things that are considered normal in other countries after Redditor monitonik asked the online community,

"What's normal in your country that's considered weird in others?"
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