On Tuesday, Hailee Steinfeld was harassed at LAX by a fan who desperately wanted an autograph from the Starving singer. Unfortunately for the fan, the Edge Of Seventeen actress wasn't feeling particularly friendly as she ignored his request and let her security guard be a buffer between herself and the eager young man.
Despite being shoved a couple of times by Hailee's security detail, the fan followed the 19-year-old until she silently climbed into her car and drove away. What's odd about this situation is the superfan seemed relatively fine throughout his encounter with Taylor Swift's bestie and her handler, but ended up being taken away from the airport in an ambulance! SRSLY??
At one point, the unnamed man collided (or almost collided) with a pillar and yelled at Hailee's escort:
Another year, another endless current of commentary and communication from the 300-plus million users on Twitter.
Between the Rio Olympics, the presidential election, and Game Of Thrones, there was much to discuss in the digital zeitgeist — but which of the many topics trended the most?
Twitter just released the top trending topics and most popular tweets for 2016, giving an overview of the most talked about moments and movements over the past 12 months.
Aside from registering as the top TV show of the year, #GameofThrones came in at No. 10 on the top-trending topics worldwide. Star Wars earned the No. 1 spot in the top movies category, benefiting from the late 2015 release of The Force Awakens and this month's release, Rogue One.
While President-elect Donald Trump managed to become the No. 8 worldwide trending topic, it was Hillary Clinton who had one of the most retweeted posts of the year!
Clinton's post-election defeat tweet was the third most retweeted in 2016, following Harry Styles's birthday tweet quoting Taylor Swift's 22 coming in at No. 2.
The No. 1 retweeted post was from Spanish YouTube star and gamer Rubén Doblas Gundersen, whose "limonada" tweet was retweeted 1.38 million times after he promised prizes to fans who shared it. Hey, all's fair in love and social media!
Ch-ch-check out the top retweeted tweets and ALL the top trending topics of 2016 (below)!!
As you may recall, the Watch What Happens Live host confirmed the longtime feud between theGrammy winner and Katy Perry in his new book Superficial: More Adventures From the Andy Cohen Diaries. According to Cohen, T.Swizzle was a bit shady during the Met Gala when she pretended that she had no clue who the Rise singer was. Despite asking Andy to "not to say a word" about the encounter, the Bravo guru included the moment in his tell-all!
Thus, while at the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 7 premiere party over the weekend, reporters couldn't help but ask Andy if he'd run away from TayTay if he saw her in public. The 48-year-old quipped:
The former country music DJ, who steadfastly denies he inappropriately touched Taylor, gave a tell-all interview to the station, and at one point the entire interview audio clip was posted online for listeners to hear after it aired live on the radio.
Only… now the clip is gone.
Like, totally gone.
This is the first time Mueller has publicly addressed the incident since it happened three years ago, and he came off as