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Is This The Most Amazing Victoria's Secret Fantasy Bra Ever?

Plus Katy Perry's new Cover Girl ad, marijuana's anti-cancer properties, and more of the top stories of the day

• Victoria's Secret is constantly trying to outdo itself when it comes to its annual fashion show. And this year's "Fantasy Bra" is no different. The newest bra is reportedly worth $10 million, and will be worn by Angel Candice Swanepoel. Swanepoel steps into big wings -- she follows Alessandra Ambrosio, Gisele Bundchen, and Heidi Klum the bearer of the fantasy bra. "They had to mold my body to be able to make [the bra], and I was really excited," Swanepoel told People. "I tried to imagine after they'd done the mold, how would they make it, how it would look. My imagination didn't do it justice. My favorite part is this beautiful 52-carat pear-shaped ruby. Every part of it is exquisite." And you guys, the bra comes with two bodyguards. [Business Insider]

• Katy Perry is the new face of Cover Girl, looks amazing, of course. So fresh-faced! I guess our little firework is all growed up. [Us Weekly]

• The handlet: It's a piece of jewelry that sits in between a ring and a bracelet, sort of invented by jewelry designer Pamela Love. It seems a little, oh, I don't know, inconvenient? But Sarah Jessica Parker wore one to the Met Ball, so keep in mind the next time you've got some place fancy to go. [Racked]

• We are so into plus-size model Robin Lawley. Lawley is featured in the new issue of GQ's Australian edition, offering a rather refreshing take on her curves. "I've got big hips and a big body," she says, "I'm double, triple the size of other models -- and I embrace that, I own it." Heck yes! [GQ]

• Some agents found in weed may actually help treat cancer. A study from St. George's University at the University of London, found that the non-hallucinogenic cannabinoids present in marijuana may act as effective anti-cancer agents. A team of scientists studied six different cannabinoids, and each exhibited anti-cancer properties. But even more promising: They had a more powerful impact when combined with each other. "These agents are able to interfere with the development of cancerous cells, stopping them in their tracks and preventing them from growing," said Dr. Wai Liu, who led the research. "In some cases, by using specific dosage patterns, they can destroy cancer cells on their own." Go, weed! [Alpha Galileo]


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