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On Tuesday, May 7, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed a "heartbeat bill" into law, outlawing abortion in the state after a "fetal heartbeat" can be detected by physicians.

Since this heartbeat can sometimes be detected at only six weeks, and many women aren't even aware they're pregnant at that point, many are decrying the law as an immoral ban on abortion.

Talk show host Busy Philipps took the opportunity on her show to share the story of her own abortion, saying women should have the right to choose.

Philipps knew she should use her platform to speak out for the many women who won't have the opportunity.

Busy's story was a reminder to many of the great things that become possible when women are represented on television.

Twitter couldn't help but admire Philipps for her bravery and beautiful words:

Unfortunately, E! recently announced Philipps' show would be cancelled.

But in the meantime, Busy's fans love what she's doing with her remaining time on the air.

It takes true bravery to be this honest on national television.

Though her time on E! is winding down, Philipps is still attracting new viewers!

Keep up the good work, Busy—you're helping to normalize the idea of a woman's choice to everyone who hears your story!

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Game of Thrones fans are a passionate lot.

For eight seasons they wrung their hands and argued back and forth about who would sit on the iron throne and rule the seven kingdoms in the end.

But it turns out, the show may have told us right from the beginning.

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Yes, if you've been on the internet, you know that everybody, even Elizabeth Warren and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez hates the 8th and final season of Game Of Thrones.

But a couple of Reddit posters are trying to ameliorate the vitriol flying at the end of the show by fleshing out a fan theory-which actually, totally makes sense.

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Jasmine Masters has no time for your s**t, especially with messes who can't handle their liquor.

For the uninitiated, Jasmine Masters is the riotous drag queen who competed in the seventh season of RuPaul's Drag Race and the fourth season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars.

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Alright ladies and gentlemen, time for a pop quiz.

The first question is, what do the lyrics...

"And I am telling you..."
"Once there was a way to get back homeward"
"To a deluxe apartment in the sky"

...all have in common?

If you guessed Jennifer Hudson slaying them, you'd be correct!

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Bye Felicia!

Best friends for life! That's the motto. Friends before lovers because lovers come and go. The list of friendship mantras is endless. So you would think that means everyone sees their relationships with the people they call their closest, not blood related, chosen family will be endless. No expirations date. Sadly this is not always the case. Sometimes people do just come and go in your life, actually the older you get you realize most people come and go and ninety percent of the time, the going is the best thing that happens. It's not the happiest fact but it is often the sanest. Life is long, you can have many besties.

Redditor u/HairyFaithlessness was interested in hearing some the best reasons behind... Why don't you talk to your once "best friend" anymore? Pay attention for yourself in these. Red flags are afoot.

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A Jeopardy! contestant underestimated host Alex Trebek's intelligence when he clarified a gambling phrase in layman's terms.

James Holzhauer is a Las Vegas sports gambler, which is something not that different from playing the popular TV trivia game show.

He wagered "two dimes" and the brief silence that followed prompted Holzhauer to explain what he meant in case the omniscient host was in the dark.

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