Kate Gosselin is ready to talk about her son Collin.
The blonde opened up to the mag about it, saying:
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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:
This would LITERALLY be the most amazing thing to ever happen to daytime television!
According to an ET source, the network has been talking to the Parks and Recreation alum's reps in hopes of filling Michael Strahan's empty seat on the morning program.
The 52-year-old was in talks for the same gig back in 2012 when ABC was searching for Regis Philbin's replacement, after the charismatic actor impressed audiences over his two-day stint as guest host.
While Lowe didn't get the job four years ago, the timing is looking a lot better this time around! Not only did his Fox show The Grinder get cancelled earlier this month, but he admitted to needing a distraction due to empty nest syndrome.
Speaking to ET earlier this week, Lowe didn't turn down the possibility of joining LIVE, explaining:
Morley Safer, the longest-serving reporter in 60 Minutes history has passed away at the age of 84.
No cause of death was given, but Morley only retired from the longstanding CBS show last week after working for the show for 46 years!
The reporter originally joined the news program in 1970, only two years after it launched, and worked there ever since.
Safer contributed to over 919 reports over the years and after retiring last week due to poor health, 60 Minutes aired a special hour-long career retrospective last Sunday!
CNN anchor and 60 Minutes contributor Anderson Cooper remembered Morley fondly, saying: