And the truth is finally REVEALED!!!
[Image via Kylie Jenner/Instagram.]
Oh Zayn. Zayn, Zayn, Zayn, where do we even start??
Although some people — mainly the guys of One Direction — stood by the 22-year-old's decision, former Oasis' member, Noel Gallagher is calling the musician an idiot for leaving his band behind!
The singer opened up to Rolling Stone magazine about Zaynie's departure and said:
"It's a strange thing for that lad to have done at that age. The greatest quote was—I laughed out loud when I read it—'I just want to be a normal 22-year-old.' Pfft. Who wants to be a normal 22-year-old?!
Hang on a minute. You can be f–king anything that moves and gettin' paid half a million dollars a week, you f–kin' idiot. You want to be a normal 22-year-old? Have you met any normal 22-year-olds? They're f–kin' shit-for-brains. What are you talking about, you f–kin' idiot?"
Minus the explicatives, Noel does make a pretty good point…
Taylor Swift always loves when people cover her hits… but this one fills the Blank Space of her favorite yet!
On Tuesday, Aussie singer Vance Joy uploaded a cover of the 1989 track I Know Places, and received Swifty's coveted stamp of approval!
The Style songstress posted the video on her Twitter, writing candidly:
"There have been so many amazing covers of 1989 songs… I'm going to be bold enough to say this one is my favorite."
Wow, it sounds like she really likes it!
Though, TayTay's public admiration of the cover could also be due to the face that Vance Joy will be opening some of the summer shows on the 1989 World Tour!
Whether it's part promotion or not, we still think it's an AH-mazing cover! Check it out for yourself (above!)
Kayla Mendoza — who infamously tweeted "2 drunk 2 care" before getting into a car wreck that killed two people — has been sentenced.
The 22-year-old plead guilty in February to two charges of DUI manslaughter for the fatal November 2013 accident.
Just three hours after telling the world how drunk she was (twice the legal limit according to police), Kayla drove her car the wrong way on Florida's Sawgrass Expressway, crashing headlong into the vehicle of 21-year-old friends Kaitlyn Ferrante and Marisa Catronio.
The families of the deceased Ferrante and Catronio asked the judge for the maximum sentence of 30 years. Mendoza read a letter in court begging for mercy, pleading:
HOLY MOTHER OF GOD.
Do we detect a little bit of animosity between the two or no?
What the WHAT?!
We all know there's been a ton of negative vibes between the One Direction singer and the man who seems to be Zayn's new bestie.
It's hard to follow where the argument all started today, but it must've had something to do with this photo NB posted of himself and the 22-year-old on Twitter:
Attention: Hilary Duff fans, you'll never guess what's she's got in store for you!
On the brink of releasing her fifth studio album — what's supposed to be a bit of a comeback for Hilary — the 27-year-old singer has made a major announcement on Twitter regarding her record. She's found a way to give back to her fans a bit and get them more involved! Early yesterday morning, she tweeted out:
But the most widespread was that he was escaping violent threats from "fans" who found his movie offensive.
There certainly was a ton of evidence for that theory — some really awful stuff being thrown at him — but Whedon says those attacks did NOT drive him away!
Great news, all of you mutant lovers! Now you'll get to see EVEN MORE of your favorite superhero team and stars!
Bryan Singer, director of the X-men movies– excluding X3, of course — just announced yesterday on Twitter via interview through Periscope, when they'll be releasing the extended version of Singer's most recent box office smash X-men: Days of Future Past.
Following the interview, he confirmed the news and tweeted out: