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'Girl Meets World' Reunion: Sabrina Carpenter, Danielle Fishel Attend Harry Styles Concert

International Business Times

This is what happens when "Girl Meets World" meets Harry Styles. Styles kicked off his tour in San Francisco on Tuesday before making his way to his second stop at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Wednesday. Former "Girl Meets World" costars Danielle Fishel and Sabrina Carpenter decided to have a little reunion and go to the concert together, along with Carpenter's sister, Sarah, and Fishel's producer boyfriend, Jensen Karp . "@jensenclan88 and I took our children @sabrinacarpenter and @saricarpenter to see a talented young man named @harrystyles. We are hip and cool parents.

'Boy Meets World' star Danielle Fishel tackles 'mom guilt' in emotional essay

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Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines for Oct. 14 are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. Danielle Fishel had a guilt-ridden entry into motherhood. The former "Boy Meets World" and "Girl Meets World" star recently penned an emotional essay for "Good Morning America" that covered her emotional toil during childbirth. On June 24, Fishel gave birth to baby boy Adler, but not without issue.

7 Ways to Group Video Chat While You Wait for That FaceTime Update


This past spring, Apple demoed a version of FaceTime that would support group video chat for up to 32 people at once. The update was supposed to come with the official release of iOS 12 this fall--but it turns out that FaceTime will be a one-on-one video chat app for a while longer. In the latest developer release of the iOS 12 software, Apple said Group FaceTime has been removed from the upcoming public release of iOS 12. It's now expected to launch later in the fall. Personally, I don't mind the wait: I have a hard enough time getting four friends together for dinner, nevermind coordinating a video chat for eight times as many people. And it's almost certainly better to have the new feature work well when it launches, rather than launch with bugs.

Facebook Developing Group Video Chat App That Might Be A Houseparty Clone

International Business Times

Facebook is said to be building a new standalone app that will enable users to have group video chats with their friends. Facebook's upcoming new app is said to be inspired by Houseparty, a group chat app that was developed by Life On Air, Inc. Facebook's new group video chat app is said to have the working name Bonfire, according to The Verge, who broke the news yesterday. The social network giant is said to be targeting a fall release, with the Bonfire app already being demonstrated to Facebook's employees. Not much is known about Facebook's new group chat app, but it will "incorporate ideas" from Houseparty. Houseparty was developed by Life On Air, the same company that created the once popular live streaming app Meerkat.

'Boy Meets World' cast talks 25th anniversary, the surprising impact of social media

FOX News

The cast of'Boy Meets World, Will Friedle, Daniel Fishel and Ben Savage, talked about the show's legacy at New York Comic Con It's been 25 years since the intrepid cast of ABC's "Boy Meets World" appeared in the premiere. Now, the cast is both thanking social media for its resurgence in popularity, as well as expressing how thankful they are that it wasn't around in the 90s when the show was on. Ben Savage, Danielle Fishel and Will Friedle took to New York Comic Con to celebrate the show's big milestone and discuss what has kept its fan base engaged even after all these years. During a panel discussion, they commented on how social media has played a big role but could have also ruined them. "I think I had the feeling that we were just doing the show for our grandparents," Fishel, who played Topanga Lawrence, said Friday.