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By Emma Goodwin and Kaanan Raja

Alma approved: The sky’s (apparently not) the limit

You might be one of several thousands that are trying to reserve a plane ticket on the newly announced “Star Wars” Project, featuring a transformation of the Japanese airline’s painted jet. The airline held a rollout ceremony in Seattle on Saturday for the jet painted in the style of the droid character, R2-D2. However, Star Wars fans may be disappointed to find out that the jet has been set for international routes only — unfortunately, it won’t be able to take you to a galaxy far, far away.

Alma approved: Oh, I wanna watch Whitney with somebody

For those that have written off the Whitney Houston Hologram Tour as just speculation, have no fear. With a little help from technology, it was recently confirmed that the late iconic singer will once again take the stage and show off her talents. The interactive show will feature some of Houston’s greatest hits. Not to mention, the singer’s hologram will also feature some surprise special guests and beam in some surprise locations as well.

Alma approved: Putting real curves on the runway

Project Runway is always full of surprises, but this 14th season featured more than just a new look: For the first time ever at Fashion Week, one collection featured clothes entirely for plus-sized women, modeled entirely by plus-sized models. It seems quite depressing that this would be the first time the industry might be acknowledging “Hey, maybe other body types do exist!” However, the rapturous applause that featured shortly after the collection may show that we’re headed in the right direction.

Alma approvedHappy 22nd Birthday, Niall!

If you’re as big of a Directioner as we are, you’ll know that yesterday was Niall Horan’s birthday. The One Direction singer turned 22 yesterday and in addition to having people flood Twitter with “Happy Birthday!” tweets, Horan also received an impromptu birthday song from his fellow bandmates during their concert in Massachusetts. No offense, TMZ Magazine, but this doesn’t sound like a group of boys who are breaking up anytime soon.