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Television: Miraculous Melissa McCarthy

Miraculous (@officialmiraculousladybug) jumps three spots to No. 3 in anticipation of its Netflix rerelease. 
Saturday Night Live came back at No. 13 after Melissa McCarthy killed that Sean Spicer impression.

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Movies: Two love stories, and that’s all they have in common.

⬆ With the release of the final trailer and new theme song, Beauty and the Beast leaps to No. 3.
☆ Sundance superstar Call Me by Your Name debuts at No. 14.

Music: Two queens, two babies, and a big football game.

Beyoncé (No. 1) knew we needed good news so she got pregnant with twins. All hail Beyoncé.
Lady Gaga (No. 2) is not far behind after she broke up the Superbowl with her halftime show.

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Celebrities: Where’s Dylan, tho?

Kristen Stewart (No. 1) used SNL to remind us how obsessed POTUS was with her ex-boyfriend.
Cole Sprouse (No. 4) rises from the Riverdale mist for the first time since June.

Games: What have you been playing?

☆ Stop, drop, and roll: Fire Emblem Heroes debuts at No. 6 after its recent release.
⬇︎ Animal Crossing: New Leaf has seemingly taken up residence of our list. This week it’s at No. 13.

Web stuff: Happy birthday, happy new show!

AmazingPhil (@amazingphil) celebrated his birthday on the 30th, moving up three spots to No. 2.
Joe Sugg has a new TV show, and a new home at No. 19.

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Greats Of The Game - Lukas Podolski, Forward

Podolski is the third most-capped player in German history, with 130 caps, and the third-highest goalscorer in German history, having scored 49 times. Podolski scored the fastest goal in German national team history, after just 9 seconds of the 4–2 friendly win over Ecuador.

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Thierry Henry, Forward, Henry has received many plaudits and awards in his football career. He was runner-up for the 2003 and 2004 FIFA World Player of the Year awards; in those two seasons, he also won back-to-back PFA Players’ Player of the Year titles. Henry is the only player ever to have won the FWA Footballer of the Year three times (2003, 2004, 2006), and the French Player of the Year on a record four occasions. Henry was voted into the Premier League Overseas Team of the Decade in the 10 Seasons Awards poll in 2003, and in 2004 he was named by football legend Pelé on the FIFA 100 list of the world’s greatest living players. 

In terms of goal-scoring awards, Henry was the European Golden Boot winner in 2004 and 2005 (sharing it with Villarreal’s Diego Forlán in 2005). Henry was also the top goalscorer in the Premier League for a record four seasons (2002, 2004, 2005, 2006). In 2006, he became the first player to score more than 20 goals in the league for five consecutive seasons (2002 to 2006). With 175, Henry is currently fifth in the list of all-time Premier League goalscorers, behind Alan Shearer, Andy Cole, Wayne Rooney and Frank Lampard. All of his Premier League goals were for Arsenal, giving him the record for most goals in the competition for one club, until it was broken by Rooney in 2016. France’s all-time record goalscorer was, in his prime in the mid 2000s, regarded by many coaches, footballers and journalists as one of the best players in the world. In November 2007, he was ranked 33rd on the Association of Football Statisticians’ compendium for “Greatest Ever Footballers." 

Arsenal fans honoured their former player in 2008, declaring Henry the greatest Arsenal player. In two other 2008 surveys, Henry emerged as the favourite Premier League player of all time among 32,000 people surveyed in the Barclays 2008 Global Fan Report. In 2009, Henry was voted the best Premier League player of the 2000s. Arsenal fan and The Who lead singer Roger Daltrey mentions Henry in the tribute song "Highbury Highs”, which he performed at Arsenal’s last ever game at Highbury on 7 May 2006. On 10 December 2011, Arsenal unveiled a bronze statue of Henry at the Emirates Stadium as part of its 125th anniversary celebrations.

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Greats Of The Game - Miroslav Klose, Striker

231 goals in 598 club appearances throughout his career.  

Werder Bremen

  • DFB-Ligapokal: 2006

Bayern Munich

  • Bundesliga: 2007–08, 2009–10
  • DFB-Pokal: 2007–08, 2009–10
  • DFB-Ligapokal: 2007
  • DFB-Supercup: 2010

Lazio

  • Coppa Italia: 2012–13

Individual

  • German Footballer of the Year: 2006
  • Bundesliga Top Goalscorer: 2005–06 (25 goals)
  • FIFA World Cup Silver Shoe: 2002
  • FIFA World Cup Golden Shoe: 2006
  • FIFA World Cup All-Star Team: 2002, 2006
Some of the good things from 2016:

Pokemon go
DiCaprio’s oscar
The deadpool film
Supergirl’s Sanvers
Stranger things
Hamilton the musical (and mixtape)
Steven universe/the summer of Steven
Finding dory
Moana
Yuri on ice
Fnaf sister location
Beyoncé’s lemonade
Fantastic beasts film
Grease live!
Tatiana Maslany’s emmy
Rouge one
Black mirror season 3
Ilvermorny was revealed/we got sorted
The Gilmore girls revival
“Baby groot”
Captain America: civil war
VR is finally here HTC VIVE/oculus rift etc
Robbie rotten memes
Overwatch
Tracer is officially LGBT+
Dat boi
Dodie Clark’s EP
Dan and Phil go outside
Mario run
Miitomo
High school musical 4 announced

The tiger population rose for the first time in years
Physicists found gravitational waves to be real
The priminister of Japan jumping out of a mario pipe to commemorate the olympics
The Juno spacecraft reached jupiter’s orbit
Money raised by the ASL ice bucket challenge may have found a breakthrough
A plane went around the entire world without a drop of fuel
Leicester city football club beat 1 in 5000 odds and won the premier league
A man was cured of HIV, world wide cure is just on the horizon
Child mortality is at a all time low
There’s an Ebola vaccine now
The FBI now labels animal abuse a class A felony