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Trending: A selfie photo shoot, Drew Brees is a proud father & penguin has a bad day

While you were sleeping, the Internet never stopped… Here's what's trending today.

An epic selfie photo shoot

A father noticed his daughter was in the midst of an epic photo shoot of her own creation.

He did what any loving father would do – filmed the whole thing and posted it to YouTube.

The video is the newest viral sensation that will surely put a smile on your face.

Drew Brees is a proud father

He broke the news to the public on Twitter.

Drew Brees and his wife Brittany welcomed their first daughter into the world Tuesday. The proud father posted a couple photos of his bundle of joy to social media.

The newest addition will be the sister to three young boys - Baylen, Bowen and Callen.

Penguin has a bad day

Even penguins sometimes have bad days in the Antarctic, no matter how young.

A video of a penguin falling on his face is climbing the charts on Reddit. The video is dubbed to the song ‘Bad Day,' by Daniel Powter.

The penguin shakes it off and continues on.

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