Uh-oh! It looks like Kylie Jenner is in trouble AGAIN!
Hmm... so essentially the gorgeous gal's palette is a better deal? You don't say!
We've sure got a lot to look forward to in the future as Hillary Clinton was officially declared the Presidential nominee for the Democratic Party on Tuesday night at the Democratic National Convention!
While there were plenty of inspiring moments from last night's event, including Bill Clinton's touching speech and Alicia Keys' performance, one of the most unforgettable ones was the video a TON of celebs made singing Rachel Platten's Fight Song in the style of Pitch Perfect!
Of course, there was no one more appropriate to lead the group than Pitch Perfect 2's director Elizabeth Banks as she was joined by Mandy Moore, Aisha Tyler, Jaime King, Jane Fonda, Connie Britton, Kristin Chenoweth, Idina Menzel, Ian Somerhalder, Nikki Reed, Julie Bowen, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, America Ferrera, and Eva Longoria.
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing video (below) and share your thoughts on the election so far!
Squee! We just love when these girls reunite!
On Friday, America Ferrera shared a precious snap of herself alongside her Sisterhood of The Traveling Pants costars (Blake Lively, Alexis Bledel, and Amber Tamblyn). The sweet photo comes on the heels of an interview in which Blake teased that there might be a third installment of the beloved franchise!
Man, we need this flick sooner than later!
While you wait for the next movie, bask in this sweet snap of the ladies snuggling up and reminiscing about old times (below)!
It seems like we've been waiting FOREVER for another sequel to Blake Lively's Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants — and though it's not a whole lot of promise, the blonde beauty just gave us a glimmer of hope!
Three years later we even got a sequel.
Well now that it's been eight years since the followup and we're still waiting for a third flick after being teased, Blake told SiriusXM's Entertainment Weekly Radio on Tuesday that "it would have to be something that really made sense", adding:
"We wouldn't be making a movie for 16-year-olds again. We would be making a movie trusting that our audience grew up with us. I think that would be really interesting to explore."
Ch-ch-check out a snippet from Lively's full interview (below) to hear her talk about making another SotTP sequel!
It's that time of year where networks decide which shows to keep and which to take to the backyard and shoot.
ABC, The CW, and FOX have already axed several shows in their spring cleaning effort — including hit series like Nashville, Castle, and Agent Carter!
But NBC had it's own set of casualties — announcing that Eva Longoria's comedy Telenovela and improv-inclined sitcom Undateable would not live to make the Fall 2016 schedule!
Back in January 2015, Telenovela was ordered straight-to-series as part of NBC's larger push for diversity.
But unlike the Jennifer Lopez drama Shades of Blue, or the America Ferrera workplace comedy Superstore — which were both already renewed — Telenovela's lukewarm ratings were the proverbial kiss of death.
Despite little network marketing and a horrible Friday time slot, Undateable gave an impressive three season run — largely thanks to the cast of stand-up veterans like Chris D'Elia and Ron Funches.
The Bill Lawrence sitcom has been on the bubble of cancellation throughout its entire run, but even NBC's last ditch stunt to transform the show into Undateable Live! — featuring all live telecasts — couldn't stop this scrappy sitcom from its inevitable TV death.
The peacock network also gave the axe to freshman thriller Game Of Silence and medical drama Heartbeat — both of which totally flatlined in the ratings department.
Did your favorite shows survive the massacre so far?
[Image via NBC.]
This hurts us on so many levels.
As we previously reported, The New York Times interviewed 27 people in the entertainment industry who don't identify as straight, white males on their experiences in their fields.
We thought we heard the worst horror story America Ferrera ever had to endure when she talked about being told to "sound more Latina" while speaking English during an audition as a 16-year-old…
But we were wrong.
That's because she had an even more unsettling brush with racism when she had no choice but to literally whitewash herself to try to get a part, telling NYT:
It's so important for minorities in the industry to reveal their truths!
In a recent article for the New York Times, twenty-eight different actors and actresses opened up about diversity in Hollywood in a piece titled What It's Really Like to Work in Hollywood. Voices like Mindy Kaling, Jussie Smollett, and America Ferrera were just some of the talent that participated in the project.
Check out Kaling, Smollett, and Ferrera's devastating anecdotes (below):