Kanye West is hitting the road once again!
Calling into Steve Harvey's morning radio show, Yeezy said:
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Michael J. Fox should hopefully be enjoying his Friday after this news!
The Back To The Future actor revealed earlier today that he has finally gotten his apology from the tabloid that reported "disturbing B.S." about his health earlier this month.
In case you didn't know, the 54-year-old suffers from Parkinson's Disease, and even started his own foundation to fund research.
So on Thursday, the Globe and its publisher, American Media Inc., published the following statement in regards to their misinformed claims in their post:
"AMI apologizes to Michael J. Fox for an article about his health published in the April 4, 2016 issue of Globe. Mr. Fox continues to live a fulfilling, successful life and to be an optimistic beacon of unflagging hope and inspiration for people living with the challenges of Parkinson's. AMI regrets any implication to the contrary."
And MJF reacted on Twitter:
Very matter of fact.
Guess there isn't much to say now, but hopefully that's the last Fox will have to deal with frustrating stories like theirs.
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Shortly after the news broke, Ronald's oldest son, Michael Reagan, took to Twitter to share his thoughts and SLAM the movie to tackling such a controversial subject saying, "Alzheimers is not a comedy it robs you then it kills you."
Well in a surprising move, Ferrell has decided to pull out of the flick shortly after news dropped of his involvement!
A rep for the actor told ABC News that:
Give us life, Janet Jackson!
The singer has been quiet lately after postponing her concert tour… a little too quiet, in fact… and it looks like that's all about to change!
Janet jumped on to Twitter overnight to tease us with a GIF snippet of something that looks surprisingly like an upcoming video!
But it's not… it couldn't be… might it be… A new JJ music video??
For now, we're not certain — all we have to go on is the tweet, but ch-ch-check it out for yourself (below) and let us know what you think:
The NFL Draft is supposed to be a joyous day for players and fans alike as teams make a precious few college kids' dreams come true.
But Laremy Tunsil, a top offensive tackle prospect, had an AWFUL night as the athlete fell several spots at the last minute, losing out on tons of money.
The hacker somehow got access to Tunsil's Twitter account and posted a video of the 21-year-old using a gas mask bong. Not only that, they later shared a a screen shot of a conversation between the Ole Miss player and one of his coaches that heavily suggested the student accepted money, a MAJOR NCAA no-no!
You can see the since deleted pictures (below):
The new track is just as catchy as you would expect from the duo as this is their first team-up since they paired up for We Found Love.
Ch-ch-check out the hot new track (above) and let us know your thoughts on Calvin and Rihanna's new jam!
This news is so AH-Mazing, we want to BLANK!
Alec Baldwin has played many roles over his career, but the 30 Rock alum is taking on a completely new role — as game show host!
This summer, the actor will be hosting ABC's revival of Match Game — the 1970s comedy panel show where contestants have to match the answers of six celebrities in a game of fill-in-the-blank!
The hour-long episodes will air during the network's Sunday Fun & Games programming block starting June 26 — along with the Steve Harvey hosted Celebrity Family Feud and The 100,000 Pyramid.
Baldwin will serve as executive producer of the 10-episode series, and will be donating his appearance fee to the Hilaria and Alec Baldwin Foundation!
On Thursday, the 58-year-old announced the news on Twitter, sharing:
When it comes to casting actors to play non-fiction characters, the decisions can quite often be a bit controversial — especially when they're caricatures for a comedy!
The film is simply titled Reagan and follows the former POTUS at the beginning of his second term as he falls into dementia. Wackiness ensues when an intern is given the job of convincing Reagan that he is an actor playing the president in a movie.
While it sounds like a pretty silly idea, we can also see how those that are affected by dementia or people who may have known the President personally might be offended.
Not surprisingly, that's exactly what happened as Ronald's son Michael Reagan took to Twitter to vent his frustration about the flick saying: