Dang. Is Kanye West trying to start a new trend??
Guess he was just too busy to realize something was on his face??
Anyway, we came up with a few guesses:
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Gotta love those office politics.
After Hillary won the Iowa Caucus only to lose to Bernie in New Hampshire, the former White House press secretary says the race isn't as close for the outgoing Prez — because he's clearly already chosen a side!
Despite a tradition that keeps Obama from officially backing one candidate, CNN contributor Jay Carney — who used to be the White House Press Secretary — told the media powerhouse who he thinks Barack is behind, saying:
Speaking to hosts Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie, Palin started off explaining her reasoning for endorsing The Donald, but things unraveled pretty quickly when Guthrie asked the former governor about her son Track's domestic violence arrest.
Specifically, the TV host wanted to know about Palin's comments seemingly blaming the arrest on Barack Obama, and, well, Sarah did NOT take too kindly to that.
Ch-ch-check out the testy exchange (below):
FINALLY it's time for Views From The 6!
Drake released a brand new single last night, Summer Sixteen, and we are devouring this track right now!!!
The Canadian rapper took over pretty much everything but the SAG Awards last night upon the release, dropping the track produced by Noah '40' Shebib, Boi-1da, and CuBeatz.
And in his verses, Drake got a little cocky!!!
Remember when Barack Obama said he preferred Kendrick Lamar over the Canadian rapper?!
Well, it seems like that's gotten to Drizzy!!!
Ch-ch-check out one part of a verse where he calls out Obama and Kendrick (below):
The debate continues.
We've heard plenty of opinions from both sides — from Jada Pinkett Smith saying she's boycotting this year's ceremony to Cuba Gooding, Jr. defending the awards — but now we're hearing even more high-profile takes on the controversy.
But he's not alone — President Barack Obama also weighed in on the topic, saying he believes it's "just an expression of this broader issue."
We're just happy the conversation is persisting and that change has actually started happening!
Ch-ch-check out both Will Smith and President Barack Obama's conversations on race (below)!!!
The Democratic candidate didn't shut down the possibility of appointing the current POTUS to the Supreme Court if she were to be elected.
When a voter asked about potentially filling one of the three open SCOTUS spots with Obama at a campaign event in Iowa on Tuesday, the 68-year-old responded:
"Wow, what a great idea. No one has ever suggested that to me, I love that, wow. He may have a few other things to do but I tell you that's a great idea. I mean, he's brilliant, he can set forth an argument and he was a law professor. So he's got all the credentials, but we would have to get a Democratic Senate to get him confirmed."
But would Obama be up for becoming a justice after his eight years in office??
It's hard to say, but the former constitutional law professor at the University of Chicago Law School didn't seem to be eager to fill the role back in 2014 when talking with the New Yorker:
"When I got out of law school, I chose not to clerk. Partly because I was an older student, but partly because I don't think I have the temperament to sit in a chamber and write opinions. I love the law, intellectually. I love nutting out these problems, wrestling with these arguments. I love teaching. I miss the classroom and engaging with students. But I think being a justice is a little bit too monastic for me. Particularly after having spent six years and what will be eight years in this bubble, I think I need to get outside a little bit more."
A year later, the 54-year-old had similar feelings in an interview with Bill Simmons in November of 2015:
"I don't have the temperament to sit in relative solitude and just opine and write from the bench. I want to be in the action a little bit more."
Maybe Hillz could change his mind! You never know!
What do U think Obama should do post-presidency, Perezcious readers?? SOUND OFF in the comments!
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Love to see Michelle Obama on TV!
The First Lady takes her talents to the women of The Real, in an episode that will air on Tuesday, and we have a sneak peek at a few clips from the interview!
Barack Obama's wife discusses her Better Make Room education initiative with Jeannie Mai, Loni Love, and the rest of The Real's hosts — and true to the show's name, Michelle gets a little real herself!!
Ch-ch-check out the gorgeous Miz Obama reveal who did better in school between her and Barack (below):
That's one way to address a controversy…
Earlier this week, Sarah Palin's son Track Palin was arrested for domestic violence and weapons charges.
Speaking at the campaign stop, the 51-year-old pinned her son's arrest on the lack of respect she alleged POTUS has for military veterans, saying: