This settles it!
Jessa herself even refers to the Ashley Madison scandal by name (see below).
Well, it seems not everyone is breaking up this summer!
Avril Lavigne's former husband and Sum 41 frontman, Deryck Whibley, and his fiancée, Ariana Cooper, tied the knot on Sunday!
The happy couple married in El Lay at the Hotel Bel-Air, with the bride looking stunning in a beaded, strapless white gown.
Considering the rough year Deryck's been through struggling with alcoholism and multiple organ failure, we couldn't be happier for him and Ariana!
A source even shared of their nuptials:
"It was a chill and intimate ceremony. They had a violin play at the ceremony and the music was mellow, not typical rock that Deryck's band plays, which was surprising."
Sounds so romantic! Duke Photography beautifully captured their wedding, catching the bride and groom together (above) — and even a gorgeous shot of Ariana on her big day (below)!
This is simply amazing.
In fact, we think Taylor may have painted herself into a corner, because she's running out of celebrity guests at this point! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out Taylor's latest 1989 surprise (below)!!!
Avril Lavigne finally returns to the stage!
On Saturday, the Hello Kitty singer performed her latest single Fly during the Special Olympics World Games!
Debuting her new song at the opening ceremony for the El Lay event marked the 30-year-old's first performance in over a year!
Last month, Lavigne opened up about battling Lyme Disease since she was diagnosed in 2014, explaining she is going through treatment and is expected to make a full recovery.
The singer shared a heartfelt sentiment on her Instagram, revealing that she wrote the new song to "encourage people who are facing challenges, to encourage strength and to empower."
Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger are saying so long to their Canadian roots and waving a big hello to sunny California!
The cute couple is buying a massive mansion in Sherman Oaks, costing the two a pretty penny!
The singers are spending $5.4 million on the new pad, but based on the sound of it, it's safe to say they're getting their money's worth!
The almost-8,000-square-foot abode has six bedrooms, seven and a half bathrooms, and all sorts of fancy features! It boasts four beautiful balconies, an elegant double staircase, an outdoor terrace, and a swimming pool.
Oh, and if that wasn't enough, it's got a theater, a gym, and a basketball court. Not to mention, an incredible eat-in kitchen AND an outdoor kitchen!
We think the musicians are going to feel right at home in this picture-perfect property!
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So glad to see progress!
Avril Lavigne is improving in her treatment for Lyme disease — which the 30-year-old got while touring in 2014 — and now, she's discussing it on Good Morning America.
The singer spoke to Jesse Palmer about her ordeal, and what she had to go through while doctors were trying to figure out her diagnosis:
There's always a plus to every minus.
Although the illness has left her bedridden for months, the singer has not given up hope, nor her optimistic mindset!
In fact, she reveals to Billboard magazine in an article posted on Monday, that the disease has made her reevaluate her life, and gave her a much needed break from being in the public eye.
The 30-year-old confesses:
We're just glad Deryck Whibley is doing well!
As we reported last year, the Sum 41 frontman was hospitalized after experiencing multiple organ failure due to years of alcohol abuse.
Well now, Avril Lavigne's ex is opening up about his illness, and reveals just how fatal his addiction truly was.
In an article for Vice's music site Noisey posted on Tuesday, the 35-year-old goes in grave detail about his struggle with the bottle.
When he was treated by doctors, the medical professionals emphasized the fact that the singer did quite the number to his body.
"The doctors said I was lucky to be alive and that there was still a chance I could die."
However, the musician — who spends most of his day in physical therapy and still has trouble walking — admits that his condition could've been worse.
"I do look back and think about how much worse it could have been… I could have had way more health problems than I had, but my liver is fine! Everything shut down before any more damage could happen. To walk out of there alive, without cirrhosis or needing transplants, you know, it could have been worse."
The punk star experienced fame at a young age, and often coped with the pressures of success with substances. He confesses