This is incredibly sad.
— Stoya (@stoya) November 28, 2015
— Stoya (@stoya) November 28, 2015
Deen responded to Stoya's claim on Sunday night by tweeting:
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We couldn't agree more!
Friday morning Adele released Hello, her debut single from her upcoming album 25 AND her first new song in 3 years!
Apparently we're not the only ones that are eating up the fantastic track — or the awesome music video!
Ch-ch-check out all the best celeb reactions (below):
It's never easy when we lose someone before their time.
As we previously reported, James Horner tragically died early Monday morning after his solo plane crashed in Santa Barbara.
Celine Dion, who co-wrote the smash hit My Heart Will Go On with Horner, penned a statement expressing her grief.
"Rene and I are deeply saddened by the tragic death of James Horner. He will always remain a great composer in our hearts. James played an important part in my career. We will miss him. We offer his family and friends our deepest sympathy."
The 61-year-old was best known for his work work on Titanic, Apollo 13, Braveheart, A Beautiful Mind, and Avatar. Wow, what a legacy!
Check out their responses below:
Back in 2001, Russell Crowe moved movie viewers all over the world with his portrayal of mathematician John Nash in A Beautiful Mind.
Sadly, we've all lost that beautiful mind now, as Nash, 86, died in a taxi accident on the New Jersey turnpike, along with his wife Alicia Nash, 82.
According to police, the couple didn't appear to be wearing their seat belts on Saturday when the driver lost control while trying to pass another vehicle, but hit a guard rail, throwing the Nashes from the car.
Crowe found out about the Nashes' passing, and took to Twitter, saying:
We weren't the biggest fans of Russell Crowe's singing voice in Les Misérables. But it turns out when he's being funny instead of misérable, he ain't half bad!
The Water Diviner star stopped by The Tonight Show on Wednesday night, where he helped Jimmy Fallon sing a little song for Earth Day!
A little silly, slightly angry, incredibly raunchy, protest song about the BP oil spill!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see the duet of Balls In Your Mouth!
We can't make this stuff up.
Yep, the King Of Pop was ballsy enough to continuously prank a man who between 1999 and 2005 was involved in four violent altercations.
Honestly, this makes us see the music legend in a whole new light!
As for Russell, he was not as amused by the singer's playful nature:
OMG, we forgot how funny Ryan Gosling is!
Russell Crowe was presenting the award for Best Actress at the Australia Academy Cinema Television Arts Awards, but since he's currently filming The Nice Guys in El Lay, he had to do it via satellite from set.
That meant he was in the realm of the RyGos!
The Crazy Stupid Love star stepped in for a guest appearance that included banter, bad accents, and a near international incident! (NEVER confuse Australia and New Zealand! LOLz!)
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious video (above)! Don't you think these two should present at the Oscars?
We wonder if the fact that Russell Crowe has hosted this particular awards show THREE TIMES has anything to do with this win! JK!
The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards — also known as the AACTA Awards — were presented in Sydney, Australia on Thursday.
For the first time in four decades, the Best Film prize was a tie!
Russell's The Water Diviner — for which he directed and starred — was the most successful Australian movie of 2014, while The Babadook was that rarest of creatures — a critically lauded horror film!
Babadook also won