It's a big day for Bella Thorne!
The Scream alum opened up about her sexuality, simply responding:
[Image via Bella Thorne/Snapchat.]
NeNe Leakes doesn't seem to be too concerned about the whopping $824K she supposedly owes in backed federal taxes…
Addressing reports that she's in some deep financial trouble stemming from 2014, the 48-year-old took to social media to mock (but not deny…) the controversy.
Taking to Twitter, Miz Leakes joked:
UPDATE 5:28 P.M. EST: A source tells People, "They're definitely not dating." Ok then!
Could it be? Is this on-again, off-again couple actually… on again??
While the two showed no signs of PDA, the former flames seemed happy in each other's company! The La La Land starlet was even seen smiling and laughing with her ex, who just happened to celebrate his 33rd birthday the day before.
We're guessing their meet-up was no coincidence!
Either the actors have kept close, or they are reconciling, the fans want to know! Some took to Twitter to share their joy:
No crazy exes here!
Vincent Rodriguez III, the actor known for playing Josh Chan on the hit CW series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, is a happily married man! On Sunday, he announced he and his husband, Gregory Wright, were celebrating their one-year anniversary!
The pair tied the knot on August 23, 2015, and the cute couple decided to revisit the spot where Vincent popped the question… Disneyland!
He shared a beautiful college to Instagram to commemorate their special occasion:
This is an interesting (and probably expected) reaction.
Lou Pearlman, the man who founded *NSYNC, the Backstreet Boys, LFO, O-Town, and a variety of other teenaged-pop groups in the 1990s and 2000s, has died. He was 62 years old.
Pearlman, though, wasn't just known for launching the careers of young men like Justin Timberlake.
He was also convicted of fraud, and sentenced to 25 years in prison back in 2008 after taking part in a massive $300 million Ponzi scheme.
The controversial music mogul's cause of death was not revealed.
Upon hearing the news, the former teen charges that worked under Pearlman and achieved lasting fame and built their careers from the ground up, had mixed reactions.
Word is that #LouPearlman has passed away. He might not have been a stand up businessman , but I wouldn't be doing what I love today wout his influence. RIP Lou
And other former artists under Pearlman's care also tweeted their thoughts (below):