Nick Jonas is continuing his dramatic streak with Area Code!
After co-starring in Kingdom and Scream Queens, the former Jonas Brothers hottie has proven himself to be quite an actor.
Related: What REALLY Went Down Between Kate Hudson & Nick?!
So when he pulls a Justin Timberlake and makes a music video out of nothing but gorgeous, frenetic shots of himself emoting, we are just about willing to buy it!
Ch-ch-check out the video for Area Code and decide if you're in too (above)!
It's a festival of neutrality with these three!
Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Anna Kendrick, and Ashley Tisdale all opted for simple, unobtrusive looks for Variety's Power of Women event in LA on Friday.
Related: Jenna Is Topless & Makeup-Free For Channing
Anna and Ashley, especially, were studies in cool earth tones in their outfits, with Anna opting for a faded peach A-line dress — while The Tiz settled for sand-toned wide-leg slacks and a white crop top.
Mrs. Channing Tatum was also low-key in her black and white floral dress, though the pattern made her stand out somewhat.
Is this a perfect ladies-who-lunch look from all three of them, or are you bored???
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Parents can be embarrassing, we all know that.
But when it comes down to some of the most downright cringe-worthy things they've said, these stars might just have had it the worst growing up!
Take Justin Bieber's dad, Jeremy, who recently commented on his son's peen size!
Related: Twitter Reacts To Justin's NSFW Skinny Dipping Pics!
Oh, or Kris Jenner rooting on Kim Kardashian West during her Playboy shoot.
Talk about awkward!
Though these two stars are far from alone. Ch-ch-check out the most questionable moments (below) and UPVOTE which was the worst!!
It's about time male plus-size models get some attention!
Zach Miko is Target's only plus-size male model, and he's doing a great job of representing his body type!
The model, who is also an actor and has appeared on Wolf of Wall Street, is happy to be bringing forth a change in male representation:
"I never understood why looking at big and tall clothing, they show me these Abercrombie & Fitch-style, really cut, really fit guys. These guys aren't buying XXL tall T-shirts, these guys aren't buying 42-inch pants, but they're the guys you see modeling it.
With everything that's been going on with women's fashion and body inclusivity and self-image, it's interesting that male brands have [just started] stepping up to do the same thing. It's fun to be on the precipice of that."
And it's long overdue!
Zach's point was further proven the first time he got a modeling gig, when his size wasn't available: