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Trending Now: Impressions of Celebrities Stuck in Traffic

Stories making headlines across the web also include the new trailer for "Pitch Perfect 2," a "normal" Barbie doll and Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy's admirable assistance to his family.

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    Trending Now: Impressions of Celebrities Stuck in Traffic

    What's trending now? It's time to take a look at the stories making headlines across the web.

    First, Los Angeles comedian Lauren O'Brien does some spot-on impressions of celebrities who are stuck in traffic while she is stuck in traffic.

    The names include Drew Barrymore, Ellen Degeneres, Sofia Vergara, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Miley Cyrus, Kim Kardashian, Mindy Kaling and even Lois Griffin of "Family Guy."

    The video has had almost half a million views since it was posted three days ago.

    Trending Now: Impressions of Celebrities Stuck in Traffic

    [NECN] Trending Now: Impressions of Celebrities Stuck in Traffic
    Stories making headlines across the web also include the new trailer for "Pitch Perfect 2," a "normal" Barbie doll and Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy's admirable assistance to his family.
    (Published Friday, Nov. 21, 2014)

     

    Check out the trailer for "Pitch Perfect 2."

    The bellas will be back on campus, competing for an international championship in what a capella.

    Most of the cast returns to the big screen, and the popular song "Cups" made famous by the first movie makes a cameo in the trailer.

    The sequel to the 2012 musical is due out next May.

     

    Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy slept on a couch in his family's Louisiana trailer throughout high school and college, and even after being drafted by in 2013.

    His family's home was destroyed in 2005 by Hurricane Katrina.

    Now, Lacy has used money from his rookie contract to build his family a brand new house.

    He took a tour of it on the Packers' bye week.

     

    Young girls are now reacting to the brand new "normal-looking" "Barbie" doll.

    It's not actually a Barbie doll, but the result of a Kickstarter project named "Anti-Barbie," which raised enough money to launch the product.

    Girls react to the doll, saying it looks "normal." They said she was pretty without being covered in makeup.

    While Barbie is still Barbie, all the girls asked said they preferred "normal" Barbie over the original.

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