We’ve all heard that married Lauren Silverman is pregnant with Simon Cowell’s baby. Now take a look at some of the funny photos Twitter fans came up with.


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Apparently Pomplamoose is a band and they made a mash-up of “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen and “Somebody I Used to Know” by Gotye. This is horrifying.

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The super villains have been defeated and justice has been restored. So what do the Super Friends do now in their golden years? Move to Miami to live together in a ranch style home of course!

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I know what you’re thinking, “there’s no way that Metallica and Herbie Hancock can work together!” Oh, but it does my doubtful friend, it rocks and it rocks hard.

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The dragon punch, sonic boom, yoga flame – none of them are any match for a Portal gun.

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You loved the Inception trailers, you loved all these other movies, and you love mash-ups, so check out our list of the 20 Awesomest Inception Trailer Mash-Ups.

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Let’s kick off Tuesday with a mash-up of epic proportions – Canadian rapper Drake and wimp-rock tycoons Coldplay brought together for a compulsively listenable mixtape called October’s Very Cold.

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A-Trak’s new Dirty South Dance mixtape is the most feel-good electro-crunk mashup collection you’re going to hear in about a million years.

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Download the new mixtape that combines English indie band xx with legendary rapper the Notorious B.I.G. – it’s awesome.

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If you download one illegal mashup album today, make it this one. This epic conglomeration of the Beatles and the Wu Tang Clan is surprisingly listenable. 27 tracks, not a dud among them. Download it here.

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Check this amazing video of 342 of 2009′s cinematic releases hashed together into seven unforgettable minutes of joy.

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Okay, this Up / Gran Torino mash-up may be the greatest one this year. Much respect.

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I love it when a character in the movie says the title of the movie. I usually clap. Now this awesome video compiles just about every incident in recent filmic history where the title is spoken on-screen, so I just can’t stop clapping. Check it out.

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