Out in the real world news is happening and here are the highlights.

Iggy Azalea wishes her plastic surgeon a happy birthday

Get the birthday cake out because Iggy Azalea's plastic surgeon is celebrating his 43rd year on this planet. Iggy is so thankful to the dude that sculpted her new nose and boobs that she took to Instagram to praise him for her transform into the flawless human being she was destined to be had genetics not stood in her way. So a toast to Dr. Ashkan Ghavami of Beverly Hills – keep fighting the good fight, doc. – E! Online

Rosie O'Donnell thinks Trump's son is autistic

Donald Trump's second-most hated woman (or is she #1 now that Hillary Clinton is out of the way?), Rosie O'Donnell, has suggested that his youngest son, Barron, who came out of his wife, Melania, is autistic. There was outrage in certain corners of the internet that anyone would attack a prepubescent child, but O'Donnell hit back at critics, telling them that her own child is autistic, and that she was simply reading the signs. – International Business Times

"Holocaust on Ice" debuts on Russian TV

Tatiana Navka, the wife of one of Vladimir Putin's spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, appeared on TV iceskating show, Ice Age, dressed like a Nazi concentration camp detainee, which naturally caused outrage across the internet. Dubbed "Holocaust on Ice" by some web commentators, it would be easy to dismiss this as a storm in a tea cup cooked up by easily offended liberals were it not so unsubtle: Navka and her dancing partner, some Russian actor you've never heard of, even had yellow Stars of David sewn onto their outfits. But it should come as little surprise that fascism is a laughing matter in a defacto fascist state. – ABC Online

Japanese ice rink shut after freezing live fish

An ice rink in the Japanese city of Kitakyushu has been shut after it emerged that its owners had loaded a bunch of living fish into a pool, then froze them alive to turn it into a decorative ice rink with actual fish visible beneath the surface. As you'd expect people were disgusted that living things were subjected to a painful and needless death out of sheer vanity. – The Guardian

Kansas City Chiefs beat Broncos in Denver

The Kansas City Chiefs pushed their Sunday night game into overtime to narrowly overcome the Denver Broncos on their Colorada home turf. The extremely tight match was decided by a 30-27 scoreline, only going into overtime after the Chiefs tied the game with 24 seconds left on the clock. Better late than never, though. – Bleacher Report

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