Chris Brown can do no wrong in the eyes of his Loyal fans.
On Tuesday, she explained:
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Who knew daytime TV could be so dramatic?!
On Tuesday night, The Talk's Julie Chen stopped by Watch What Happens Live! to discuss the never-ending drama with The View and she did NOT hold back!
The host explained:
Phew, we're so glad Barbara Walters is okay!
On Monday, Page Six shut down rumors suggesting Barbara had experienced a recent bout of heart problems. The original report claimed Walters was rushed to the hospital and that the situation was serious.
Luckily for Babs, these allegations couldn't be farther from the truth.
While the rep admits B.W. recently took a "routine" visit to the doctor, they confirmed there was nothing more to the story:
"It's not true, she wasn't rushed to hospital, she just saw her doctor. There is no heart problem, God forbid."
What a relief! Considering the television personality had an aortic valve replacement in 2010, it's good to hear all is well.
The rep went on to add:
"Barbara had some routine doctor appointments, she is fine and she is at home."
Great news! We wish the 86-year-old nothing but best from here on out.
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This is literally the cutest thing ever!
In case you forgot, Miz Hawn and the Trainwreck star are slated to star in an upcoming, unnamed mother/daughter comedy. And it appears that the twosome are already close as the First Wives Club alum was a total "goddess" and made time to meet Amy's poppa — who is apparently in love with her.
The Inside Amy Schumer creator posted:
Caitlyn Jenner had a pretty monumental year, to say the least.
In the upcoming year, she's hoping to carry out everything she established in 2015.
When asked about her New Year's resolutions for 2016 in a video for her WhoSay series, the 66-year-old shared:
"2015 was absolutely amazing. I have no idea how I can top that! In fact, Barbara Walters named me the most fascinating person of 2015, but I'm thinking next year I'll never get that because I don't have any more secrets! They're all out, and it's a great way to live your life. So for 2016, I really want to continue that, I want to enjoy life, I want to live authentically, and I really want to make a difference in the world."
The comedienne sat down with the veteran reporter during Thursday's 2015 Most Fascinating People special, where she talked about everything from her father's battle with multiple sclerosis to how she "fakes it" during sex!
But the most fascinating revelation in the interview is when the Trainwreck star said she wasn't sure "how realistic" it is that she'll ever get married or have kids!
After Walters asked where Schumer would see herself in 10 years, she said:
"I really don't know. I want to be expressing myself creatively somehow… a director, producer."
The reporter noted that the actress didn't say "marriage" or "a mother," to which she responded:
The time has come!
Whether you like it or not, Barbara Walters has decided!
The Most Fascinating Person of 2015 is…
Whether it's her irreverent stand-up or raunchy writing, Amy Schumer can find the humor in just about everything.
In the interview, the Trainwreck star opened up about father Gordon Schumer's ongoing battle with multiple sclerosis, telling the veteran reporter:
"He's not good. Some days he's really good and he's with it and we're joking around. And some days I go to visit my dad, and it's so painful. I can't believe it."
Schumer was just 12 years old when