There's no way we could be this lucky... right?!
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Taylor Swift rang in her 26th year in a very special way!
The Blank Space songstress hit the Melbourne airport in Australia on Sunday to jet back to the States, only to spot two kiddos who were at her concert the night before!
Mya Taylor, 7, and Luke Taylor, 5, were with their family waiting for their flight back to New Zealand when the blonde beauty noticed Mya wearing her concert tee.
And according to the two fans' dad, Carl Taylor:
Many countries around the world have their own unique ways of celebrating Christmas!
But according to Chris Hemsworth, Australia's holiday celebration doesn't quite have a Santa Claus — but a festive creature called Crocodile Monster!
In the promos for his upcoming stint as host for Saturday Night Live, the In The Heart of the Sea star tells cast member Leslie Jones about the Aussie holiday beast that eats presents and HATES children!
Yikes! After that horror tale, we're not sure we want to celebrate Christmas down under — unless, of course, the actor is hosting at his place!
Ch-ch-check out the promos (below) and watch Hemsworth host SNL December 12 with musical guest Chance the Rapper!
Amber Heard is fighting back!
On Monday, Heard released a statement revealing she'll plead NOT guilty to dog smuggling charges in Australia. The case is set to take place sometime next year.
For those who don't know, Amber and Johnny Depp were under intense scrutiny from Australian officials when they failed to present rabies-free documentation for their two Yorkshire terriers, Pistol and Boo, during filming of Pirates of The Caribbean last May. One higher up even threatened to euthanize the doggies if they weren't sent back to the United States within 72 hours.
While Heard and Depp quickly complied to authorities demands, they still faced punishment for their actions. Officials take these situations VERY seriously considering Australia prides itself on being a rabies-free country.
In response to the serious charges, the actress explained:
"My decision to defend these charges, as will become apparent in the appropriate forum of the Court, is not intended to in any way diminish the importance of Australia's laws."
Welp, there ya go! We're glad the blonde is respecting Australia's jurisdiction while also standing up for herself.
Anyways, we're interested to see what defense Ambs comes up with. It seems like the beauty's lawyer (who will represent her at the trial) has a daunting task ahead!
If convicted, Johnny's wife could face 10 years in prison and fines up to 80K.
So, whose side are YOU on?
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