More Celebrity Onesie Fans

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News this week of more celebrity onesie fans: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg turned 31 years old on Thursday. The young billionaire describes himself as a “low-key” birthday person, so he tries to avoid attention on the big day, but he did get plenty of questions at a town hall meeting in the USA and made an extra $1.2 billion from Wall Street. Zuckerberg, who owns 426.3 million shares in Facebook, made that extra $1.2 billion as the company’s shares jumped 3.7 percent. Along with questions about internet censorship, there were the less serious questions about the Facebook CEO’s fashion choices. It wasn’t the first time that Zuckerberg has been asked about his fashion look – usually hoodies and grey T-shirts, which he says he constantly wears so he can spend his energy thinking about more important things. What will he be wearing when he’s 80 years old? “Maybe I’ll wear like a unitard,” he said, quickly correcting himself and then saying he meant a “onesie.” As for what he planned to do after the town hall, Zuckerberg replied he would probably go home with his wife, cook dinner and hang out with his dog.

And from news website Inquisitr,  former teen actresses turned pop stars, and big celebrity onesie fans, Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande have teamed up for a cover version of Crowded House’s “Don’t Dream It’s Over.” In the low-budget music video (filmed in Cyrus’ backyard), the two wear unicorn and mouse onesies and perch on an inflatable couch. For Miley and Ariana, the opportunity to duet was also a chance to support Miley’s new pay-it-forward charity, the Happy Hippie Foundation. The Happy Hippy Foundation is designed to help LGBT young people as well as homeless young people. Miley, 22, wants to make a difference and believe these groups are particularly vulnerable. She jump-started promotion for her cause by taking a homeless peer with her to the MTV Video Music Awards. “We started a year ago with Jesse and we were focused on the homeless youth in L.A. and different support groups in San Francisco,” explained Cyrus. “Now, we’re going bigger and wanting to take on America. And by the end of it we’re going to be taking on the world.……The position I’m in, I feel like I’ve got a lot of power…..But so many kids don’t feel that way. They’re under their parents’ rule. When you have all eyes on you, what are you saying? And that’s what I had to ask myself a lot.”