Our hearts are breaking over this social media celeb split!
But, Miz Ballinger stressed that her former flame didn't wrong her in any way, adding:
Instead, the singer clarified that they ultimately weren't a good fit together:
Months after Michael Strahan very publicly (and dramatically) departed Live, Kelly Ripa teased her fans by saying a "big announcement" was coming — which we took to mean she would finally be revealing her new co-host.
While the announcement did in fact have to do with who would be sitting in Strahan's empty seat, it still wasn't exactly the news we were anticipating.
On Wednesday's show, the 45-year-old revealed that FANS would have a chance to be her cohost for the day through the new contest Live With Kelly & You! Oh…
Since Strahan's departure for GMA, Ripa has been hosting Live alongside a rotation of guest stars like Christian Slater, Rob Lowe, Anderson Cooper, and Andy Cohen — but who needs those celebs when you have Live superfan Pam from Indiana!?
(JK, Pam, we're sure you're very charismatic…)
What an opportunity! For all those who think Ripa's job is easy, now you finally have a chance to prove it!
Fans have until September 20 to submit on the Live website — will YOU try your luck at being the next Live cohost?
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This is incredibly emotional.
On Monday, Anderson Cooper was fighting back tears during a live segment on CNN remembering those who lost their lives in the senseless shooting at Orlando's PULSE nightclub that killed 49 and injured dozens more.
The anchor decided to read names, show pictures, and share stories about the victims of the horrific massacre in the Florida gay club over the weekend.
The news personality couldn't help but begin to break down as he honored those who were tragically killed in the massacre.
There were several points in the segment when the 49-year-old had to take a minute to compose himself, or would audibly get choked up.
His voice shook as he remembered the couples who died together, the victims who were particularly young, and all the others who were taken far too soon.
You can watch Anderson's teary tribute (below):
This is such good news!
Amid rumors that Andy Cohen might join good buddy Kelly Ripa on her morning talk show Live, and after word came down that Bravo is developing a new companion show to Andy's infamous Watch What Happens Live, we've got good news: the king of the Housewives isn't going anywhere!
Bravo announced in a statement to ET on Sunday that rumors about Cohen looking to leave WWHL are 'totally untrue!'
The network added: