Meet #StickerKid, hero of Hillary Clinton's Iowa speech

Meet #StickerKid, hero of Hillary Clinton’s Iowa speech

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While Hillary Clinton said she was breathing a “sigh of relief” after just barely winning the Iowa caucuses on Monday night, Bernie Sanders wasn’t the only one sharing the spotlight.

A sticker-clad college student was seen making faces behind Hillary Clinton as she spoke after the caucuses in Iowa Monday night, who quickly became known as #Stickerboy, or #Stickerkid, to those watching at home on Twitter.

We caught up with him backstage.

The culprit, we learned, is Drake University student Peter Clinkscales. He’s “a simple man” who likes “pretty, dark-haired women and breakfast food,” according to his Twitter profile. And he’s still undecided. Read more…

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Meet #StickerKid, hero of Hillary Clinton’s Iowa speech

#happybirthdaynash: A look at the Vine star's rise to fame

#happybirthdaynash: A look at the Vine star’s rise to fame

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LOS ANGELES — Nash Grier trended on Twitter worldwide on Monday, his 18th birthday. Users posted collages of him, fan art and — of course — countless heart emojis.

But who is Grier? Though the 18-year-old shies away from the label “celebrity,” that’s certainly what he’s become.

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The North Carolina native has amassed 12.4 million followers on Vine, 5 million followers on Twitter, more than 8 million followers on Instagram and about 4.5 million subscribers on YouTube.

With long floppy brown hair, blue eyes and funny short videos, Grier has charmed young fans by essentially becoming the modern “teenage dream.” And it all started just two years ago with one Vine video. Read more…

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#happybirthdaynash: A look at the Vine star’s rise to fame