Considering A.L. is a former American Idolstar (he also appeared on AI as a guest judge last year), we imagine he'll be a great fit for the role. It will also be interesting to see how the singer and Iggy act towards each other — they're both self-admitted divas, after all!
So, without further ado, check out the 34-year-old's announcement (below)!
The hunky Australian actor went on The Graham Norton Show Friday night, and while sitting between Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and Jeff Goldblum, he revealed some the most difficult on-set experiences he's ever had!
The Independence Day: Resurgence star dished to Graham that when he was on the set of Expendables 2, working alongside legendary action star Jean Claude Van Damme, he experienced just a bit of pain thanks to a "controlled" kick to the chest!
The way Hemsworth tells it — and Norton and Goldblum both insinuate — JCVD is freakin' crazy on set — and while we feel bad Liam got hurt during the filming, at least it makes for a funny story!
Ch-ch-check out the hunky Hollywood action hero's re-telling of the tale (below), as well as a snippet about how Jennifer Lawrence's on-set tactics are actually worse than the accidentally violent Van Damme!!!
The Australian's Call On Me is a fascinating mix of magical element! Starting off like a Tracy Chapman song with a British (yes - British) accent, it then moves onto eletcro and even has a but of a Kygo tropical feel.
While details surrounding the way the 52-year-old got hurt stayed silent, we did know that he did NOT have an on-set accident.
But now, sources are telling Entertainment Tonight that the real reason the latest Pirates of the Caribbean movie got delayed while the actor flew to the States for surgery has everything to do with Amber Heard's recent domestic violence claims.
A few fans latched on to some disturbing details in the fashion vlogger's recent upload, titled "DATE OUTFIT IDEAS," noticing bruises on her arms and back, panicked looks off-camera, and even thought they heard her whisper "help me" in one shot.
So, social media users began to frantically post #SaveMarinaJoyce, expressing concern that she's either been kidnapped, abused, or on drugs.
The YouTuber has acknowledged the trending topic on Twitter, explaining multiple times that she's alright: