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Trending: Selena Gomez calls social media 'terrible' for her generation, Taylor Swift regrets putting Joe Jonas 'on blast' in 20

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Trending: Selena Gomez calls social media 'terrible' for her generation, Taylor Swift regrets putting Joe Jonas 'on blast' in 20

Trending: Selena Gomez calls social media 'terrible' for her generation, Taylor Swift regrets putting Joe Jonas 'on blast' in 20

In case you missed it, here's what's trending right now: Selena Gomez has warned about the dangers of social media on young people, Taylor Swift has expressed regret at putting her ex Joe Jonas 'on blast' on TV and Mick Jagger proves he's back in shape after surgery with dance video.

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