(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.
Selfie: Malia Obama spotted at Lollapalooza
Lollapalooza attendees in Chicago may have gone for the music, but also got quite the surprise when they spotted Malia Obama in the crowd.
The first daughter was seen with three friends during the Chance the Rapper performance Sunday, along with two Secret Service agents in plain clothes, according to the Sun-Times.
The 16-year-old easily blended in with the rest of the young crowd. While she reportedly told several people she wasn't allowed to take pictures with them, one girl named Sarah managed to post a selfie with her on Twitter, and it quickly went viral.
Nine West 'Husband-Hunting' campaign
A new campaign from the shoe company Nine West features a collection called "Starter Husband Hunting," and some people claim it's straight out of the 50s.
The campaign targets women ages 25 to 49, according to The New York Times. Nine West is branding its latest shoe collections as the perfect match for special occasions such as "husband-hunting heels" or "first day of kindergarten" peep-toe boots.
"Go get 'em tiger," states the company's website ad for husband-hunting heels. "Whether you're looking for Mr. Right or Mr. Right Now ... we got a shoe for that."
The company said the campaign is meant to modernize the brand to women who think about these moments differently than in previous years.
For example, a night-on-the-town shoe is considered an "on-the-prowl shoe." Nine West also plans to advertise shoes for an "anticipatory walk of shame."
Nine West has received some backlash since posting the "Starter Husband Hunting" collection on August 1.
"Stupid campaign 9W. Love your shoes but don't patronize your customers by an outdated ideal," one Facebook commenter wrote. "Women are hunting success and goals, dreams and visions. Not husbands."
Clemson QB scares teammates dressed as mannequin
Scare pranks are always funny, as long as it's not happening to you.
The Clemson football team uses three football player mannequins to display new equipment and jerseys and sets them up around their stadium.
When QB Cole Stoudt dresses up in full gear and stands among the mannequins, he blends right in -- a perfect opportunity to have some fun with his teammates and coaching staff.
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