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Not sure about you, but we’re so over 2017. From its unending bad news to its overhyped eclipse (sorry, not sorry), everything about it feels so…icky. Which is why we’re ready to usher in 2018 ASAP. Here, seven things to look forward to come January.

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We’re Going to Have Another Royal Wedding

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are finally engaged and have already set a date for next year. Could an Alexander McQueen-designed gown and brood of regally-named children be far behind?

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And Another Royal Baby

K. Middy is due to give birth to Charlotte and George’s sibling (or siblings…eek!) sometime in the spring.

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The Winter Olympics Will Make History

Who to watch: The record-setting Nigerian women's bobsled team (the African nation has never competed in the winter games before) aims to shatter all sorts of records (and possibly set the stage for Cool Runnings 2?).

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We May Get a New Beyoncé Album

The Beyhive is buzzing about rumors regarding a seventh studio album release due next year. ’Til then, we’ll just make do with some stellar singles.

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We’ll Get Some New TV Seasons

OK, so we still have to wait until 2019 for the return of Game of Thrones, but we will get some of our favorites back, and for that, we are grateful. Westworld 2, Black Mirror season four, the last season of Veep, possibly True Detective season three and The Handmaid’s Tale season two. Praise be.

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And Lots of Amazing Movies

Although the star-studded Lion King won’t be out for another year and a half, we have a few other films to tide us over: A Wrinkle in Time, Mary Poppins Returns and The Incredibles 2, for starters.

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Redheads Will Finally Get an Emoji

We're thinking June 2018. You're welcome, gingers.

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