Good luck trying to spin this, Kris.
AND the song Beautiful Day isn't even a Tyga track -- so she's a cheater now, too!
Ch-ch-check out Kylie and Lil Yachty's Beautiful Day (below)!!!
[Image via Kylie Jenner/Instagram.]
By now some of you are probably already aware that Eva Mendes is back to her old, slim self just 7 weeks after giving birth to her daughter Esmeralda, which is raising one question in a lot of people's minds.
How does she do it?!?!
Eva's rapid transformation has been catching a LOT of people's attention lately, and she's revealed she actually does have a little trick up her sleeve —
On Friday, the 40-year-old new momma was spotted leaving a commercial shoot in Los Angeles and the actress looked absolutely FAB as she walked alongside some pals!
If you had told us that Scarlett Johansson gave birth to her daughter, Rose Dorothy, just five weeks ago in the picture above, we would have called you crazy.
She seriously looks like she's been working out for five months to shed that baby weight, let alone five weeks!
We guess it's true what they say: giving birth really IS a miracle!!
A 36-year-old Swedish woman recently made history as she became the first person EVER to give birth after having undergoing a womb transplant!
The new mother, who wishes to remain nameless, was told she had no womb at just 15-years-old, making it impossible for her to have kids. However, doctors DID mention the possibility of a transplant, although they made it clear that nothing was guaranteed!
That's the only word we can muster up after we saw Ciara and the photos which she recently shared with the world!
The brand new mommy revealed she had lost about 60 pounds since delivering her first child, and the singer looks about as good as we've ever seen her! Which is practically amazing only four months after the birth of her baby!
Here's what she wrote on one of the photos:
""I feel so proud to say that 4 months after delivering a 9 lbs. 10 oz. baby, I can finally rock My Calvin's! #mycalvins."
And she also shared on Instagram
One of the most fun parts of a sporting event isn't the actual game itself…
It's when the cameras pan around the audience, calling people out to do things!
Most of us would know what the "kiss cam" is because it's simple: the camera frames up two people and they're supposed to kiss each other.
But have you ever heard of the Atlanta Braves' "Simba cam?"