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Posted: August 30, 2017

Free In San Antonio, Taylor Swift, Sandra Bullock, Fifth Harmony

By Lee Jenny

Anyone who had to evacuate their home because Hurricane Harvey and the tropical storm can enjoy free admission to a number of places around San Antonio:

The San Antonio Aquarium: free admission through Sept 3rd

The McNay Art Museum: free admission through Sept 3rd

The San Antonio Zoo: free admission through Sept 1st

Via: free transportation to anyone with a shelter bracelet

Since making its debut less than a week ago, Taylor Swift's song "Look What You Made Me Do" has broken multiple records!

1. Most views for a lyric video: 19 million views in 24 hours. This record was previsouly heald by The Chainsmokers/Coldplay for "Something Just Like This," which had 9 million. 

2. Most Spotify streams in the first 24 hours: 8 million. This was previously held by Ed Sheeran's "Shape Of You" with 7 million. 

3. Most Video views in the the first 24 hours: 30 million. This was previously held by Adele's video for "Hello," which had 27.7 million.

Taylor is also on track to beat the record for "biggest selling song in its debut week," which is currently held by Adele's "Hello" with 1.1 million sales. E! Online

Sandra Bullock donated $1 million to Hurricane Harvey relief! She said:

"I'm just grateful I can do it... we have to take care of one another."

Since 2001, Sandra has donated about $5 million to the Red Cross to help with disaster relief! E! Online

Fifth Harmony explained the REAL REASON that they opened their VMA performance by having what appeared to be a fifth member fall off the stage!

Coldplay was supposed to perform in Houston last Friday, but had to reschedule because of Hurricane Harvey. They wrote this song, called Houston and dedicated it to the city at a follow-up performance in Miami.

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