Trending today: Kevin Bacon tells Millenials about the '80s & 7-year-old channels Billie Holiday

Were you born after 1985? If so, Kevin Bacon has a very important message for you. Photo provided by YouTube/Mashable.
Were you born after 1985? If so, Kevin Bacon has a very important message for you. Photo provided by YouTube/Mashable.

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Kevin Bacon explains the 80s to Millenials

Kevin Bacon has a very important message for all the Millenials out there: You have no idea how hard life was in the '80s. And you betta recognize.

He teamed up with Mashable to create a very important PSA about '80s awareness. The 55-year-old actor makes clear that in his day, there wasn't a Tinder dating app to hide behind.

"If I was too shy to ask a girl out... I went to the White Pages. Google it! And called her house. Then you had to make small talk with her mom for like 20 minutes before Alisha even came to the phone. And let me tell you, if she turns down your invitation to Sbarro, you can't just swipe away the hurt."

Good point.

In reference to the Cold War, "You couldn't even Skateboard to a Blockbuster without getting nuked." On your phone? Watch here:

7-year-old wows with Billie Holiday cover on Norway's Got Talent

A young girl with an old soul, 7-year-old Angelina Jordan appeared on Norway's Got Talent this week and sang a deep-blues rendition of Billie Holiday's "Gloomy Sunday." Her performance brought tears and a standing ovation from the judges.

Recorded in 1941, the song was never officially banned in the U.S., though it was in England. In the early 1940s, the BBC deemed the song "too upsetting" for the public and detrimental to wartime morale.

English is not Angelina's first language, but she told a Norwegian television station that she "understood [the song] very well … when I sang it for my mum, she said that this song is nice, but it was an incredibly sad song."

Billy Holiday's version:

Sheryl Sandberg teams up with Beyonce to #BanBossy

Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook, is spearheading the launch of a campaign to ban the word "bossy." She argues the negative word prevents girls from pursuing leadership roles., a nonprofit organization founded by Sandberg, has partnered with the Girl Scouts on the Ban Bossy campaign.

The campaign's  website has stories and quotes from prominent women like Michelle Obama, Beyonce, Jennifer Garner and Condoleezza Rice. There's a social media campaign for sharing facts and tips using #banbossy.

Buckle Up Festival announces complete lineup, schedule

The inaugural three-day Buckle Up Music Festival unveiled its full lineup and daily schedules on Tuesday, including Alison Krauss and Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas.

Friday night includes Eli Young Band and Alabama. Saturday you'll see Alison Krauss, Old Crow Medicine Show and Willie Nelson. Sunday will end with David Nail, Corey Smith, Thompson Square and The Band Perry.

From the organizers of Bunbury, Buckle Up will feature more than 80 country, folk, bluegrass, Americana and roots rock performers on July 18-20.

High School Hysteria: Sweet 16

Schools from the WEST division are going head-to-head in the Sweet 16 on Tuesday: Oak Hills, Harrison, LaSalle, Elder, Mercy, Seton, Roger Bacon and Colerain.

Use your spirit fingers to vote on our Facebook page or tweet us (@FOX19). Only votes with #19HShysteria will be counted.

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