(FOX19) - While you were sleeping, the Internet never stopped. And it's amazing what the Internet comes up with.
Check out what people are tweeting, sharing and talking about.
Grab the tissues: Budweiser leaks puppy love Super Bowl ad
If you haven't seen it, you must. Budweiser has leaked the most adorable, tug-at-your-heartstrings kind of Super Bowl ad. It follows the special friendship between the Clydesdales and a puppy. Between this and the music (Passenger's "Let Her Go"), your heart will melt.
Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQB7QRyF4p4
Budweiser is also planning a second Super Bowl ad, called "Hero's Welcome." The ad pays tribute to soldiers returning from Afghanistan. It's hasn't been fully released, but it was teased on YouTube.
Justin Bieber: Charges, new music video & deportation petition??
Here are all the things that happened with Justin Bieber on Wednesday:
-Facing an assault charge, the pop star turned himself in to Toronto authorities. He traveled to Canada to face an assault charge in connection with an encounter with a limousine driver in December.
-His lawyer filed a not guilty plea in last week's Florida DUI.
-A petition asking the White House to deport Justin Bieber has succeeded in that it has collected enough signatures (179,000+) to warrant an official response from the Oval Office.
Before asking why you should care, I'd like to point out that Justin Bieber is only 19-years-old. He's incredibly influential on teens everywhere, but he's also a child. Can you imagine getting push alerts from CNN about all of your teenage screw-ups?
McDonald's Happy Meal with a side of heroin
A Pennsylvania woman is accused of using a McDonald's drive-thru window to sell heroin along with Happy Meals. Police said Shantia Dennis allegedly sold happy meals for $82 ($2 for the toy and $80 for the heroin inside). Investigators believe anyone who wanted to buy the drugs simply pulled up to the drive-thru, ordered a happy meal and used the phrase: "I'd like to order a toy."
Apparently, you had to ask for the boy's one.
'Full House' men reunite to help Jimmy Fallon with nightmares
Jimmy Fallon is leaving "Late Night" to take over "The Tonight Show" in February. He brought in three early '90s father figures on Wednesday to teach him a life lesson about his big transition. I'm talking about Danny Tanner, Uncle Joey and Uncle Jesse from "Full House."
They're also rekindling the bromance for a Super Bowl ad with Dannon Oikos yogurt.