It almost pairs too well with this:
It's not easy to make Simon Cowell cry. The man has made a career judging singing shows with his harsh and blunt persona.
But one contestant on The X Factor UK did the unthinkable—he got Cowell to shed a tear at his beautiful rendition of Labrinth's Jealous.
Contestant Josh Daniel dedicated the song to his best friend who had recently died. And his passionate, emotional performance was just too much for the stone-hearted Cowell to take.
Let those tears flow, Simon. Just let it go.
With the sad passing away of hilarious British novelist Terry Pratchet, we thought it would be a good idea to look back at some of his many, many quotable quotes.
He was very much the quintessential man of words. Looking back on some of his various words of wisdom and whimsy just might be the best way to remember him.
The BBC reported the death of Sir Terry Pratchet Thursday morning. He was 66 years old.
The British author had written more than 70 books. Many of these took place in DiscWorld, a joyfully ridiculuous fantasy setting full of wizards, witches, and brave detectives.
In 2007, he publicly announced his Alzheimer's diagnosis, warning that it would possibly lead to a slow down in his writing. However, only two years ago, he told The Telegraph "I thought my Alzheimers would be a lot worse than this."
His final book, The Long Mars released last summer.