Raise your hand if your work holiday party was this week. Keep your hand up if the day after your work party was struggle city (psst... here's how to hide that hangover next time). Same. But it's finally Friday! You're officially one day closer to the holidays and some much-deserved time off — or at least some delicious treats and time with loved ones.
Let's not get too far ahead of ourselves, though. Before you head out for the weekend, read on for everything Bustle's editors were talking about today.
McDonald's + Delivery
Are you ready for the best news of week? Are you? Well, starting in January 2017, McDonald's will start delivering. You heard me right — through a partnership with UberEATs, delivery will be available in the Orlando, Tampa, and Miami areas, but McDonald's will also consider expanding to other cities after that. (Fingers crossed.)
I'm lovin' it. You're lovin' it. We're all lovin' it.
Ryan Reynolds + Blake Lively
Ryan Reynolds is having a big week. The Deadpool star received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Thursday, thanking wife Blake Lively with the *sweetest* speech. "You are the best thing that has ever happened to me," he said to Lively. "You make everything better. You make everything in my life better. You've given me two of the most incredible children I've ever hoped to have."
Speaking of children, the pair's daughters made their public debut at the event and they're even cuter than we could have imagined. Sigh, could this family be any cuter?!
Fun Fact: Blake Lively planned the bachelorette parties for Sister of the Traveling Pants costars America Ferrera and Amber Tamblyn.
Mariah Carey + James Corden
There's no quicker way to get into the holiday spirit than to listen to “All I Want for Christmas Is You” by Mariah Carey. But when you throw in James Corden, Adele, Elton John, Gwen Stefani, Selena Gomez, and more amazing celebs — well, that's just a Carpool Karaoke Christmas miracle.
Quote of the Day: "I wish Mariah was as excited to sing "All I Want for Christmas Is You" as Flea is." Allison Piwowarski, Romper's Senior News & Entertainment Editor, said what we were all thinking, amirite??
Game Of Thrones + A Rumored Spinoff
Great news, Game of Thrones fans. Richard Plepner, the CEO of HBO, told the Independent that while the network is focused on a conclusion to the show that will make fans happy, a GoT spinoff isn't out of the question. In fact, ideas for a spinoff are in the "very embryonic stages." So, not to jump the gun or anything, but we might actually have a cure for our withdrawal and something to look forward to after the series finale. Yaaaassss.
What to Watch: These are the 13 most romantic holiday movies on Netflix and pretty much perfect for a cozy weekend in.
Love, Lust, or Something In-Between? I can't tell you that, but your love horoscope should give you a *pretty* good idea of what to expect this weekend. Enjoy!
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