Yup, gang's all here! And in matching white outfits, no less!
But this time, there's a lot more to this than just the photo.
So, after this picture was posted, Twitter users became enraged.
[Image via Cosmopolitan.]
This doesn't even make sense.
As part of his Presidential campaign, Rick Santorum stopped by The View on Wednesday to share all of his lovely opinions with the ladies of the panel.
Well, Raven-Symoné took the opportunity to question the Republican on his heinous and hateful thoughts on same sex marriage.
The bigoted politician spoke kindly as he rattled off some nonsense about children needing to be raised by a man and a woman, which has absolutely nothing to do with marriage.
Plus, by his messed up logic, he pretty much just came out as anti-adoption in the process.
Ch-ch-check out Rick and Raven's awkward confrontation (above)!!!
Things have certainly taken a turn for the worse for Glory Johnson as her estranged wife Brittney Griner was given temporary, exclusive custody of their Arizona residence — despite the fact that she's pregnant with twins. Bummer.
In case you forgot, the WNBA stars called it quits a mere 28 days after their May nuptials. Not mention, the duo were also involved in a nasty domestic violence situation in the same home prior to their wedding. Yikes!
However, now it seems that Miz Johnson has been ordered by courts to evacuate her former abode and has to schedule a date when she can come pick up her belongings. In fact, it's also said that a police officer must accompany the pregnant basketball player to keep order during the packing up session.
Probably a good thing Stephen Colbert didn't do this interview as his right-wing blowhard character!
But the conversation quickly turned to LGBT rights, the religious debate, and being out of the closet.
It may be less funny than we usually see from Stephen, but it's a nice heart-to-heart!
See the whole convo and clip (below) and see Freeheld on Friday, October 2!
Well that's nice to hear.
Matt Damon had a bit of a controversy on his hands Monday when reports came out that he thinks that gay actors should stay in the closet to make it in Hollywood.
However, the 44-year-old taped an episode of Ellen set to air Tuesday clarifying that what he actually said was that people of every sexuality should keep their preferences in the closet.
The Martian star defended his statement claiming that his initial comment was taken out of context, saying:
Tom Hardy isn't the only star who thinks an actor's sexuality is none of your business!
In a recent interview, Matt Damon revealed he thinks that "people shouldn't know anything" about an actor's sexuality!
Now, the 44-year-old admits he hated being asked.
In fact, he says having to deny that he was gay felt like he was offending the LGBT community. He said: