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Gigi Hadid & Andy Samberg Take On Jimmy Fallon & Bryce Harper In Catchphrase — PLUS Gigi Talks Zayn Malik, Burgers, & Gambling — Watch!

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Though it's not an original Tonight Show game, Catchphrase is definitely one of the more entertaining late night bits Jimmy Fallon does — and it made Monday night's show a blast!

The Saturday Night Live alum paired up with professional baseball player Bryce Harper to take on his two guests Andy Samberg and Gigi Hadid – and things got competitive and silly!

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Of course that wasn't the only silliness the show had to offer as Gigi — who just had her birthday a couple weeks ago — talked with the late night host about turning 21, her bf Zayn Malik teaching her how to gamble, and the PERFECT New York burger!

Ch-ch-check out the game (above) as well as the blonde beauty having a burger with Jimmy (below)!

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Woody Allen Told Kristen Stewart WHAT? Quote Of The Day!

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"I told her she walked like a relief pitcher coming in from the bullpen. I was expecting this beautiful creature to emerge and walk on. She suddenly looks like a guy coming out of a bullpen to walk out to the mound."

- Woody Allen on noticing Kristen Stewart's surprisingly intimidating walk while filming in his upcoming comedy Café Society.

[Image via Cannes Film Festival.]

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A League Of Their Own Cast Reunites 24 Years Later For A Baseball Game — See For Yourself!

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There's no crying in baseball!

On Sunday, at the Bentonville Film Festival in Bentonville, Arkansas, a good chunk of the cast of 1992 hit A League of Their Own reunited for a baseball game!

The reunion was partially organized by star Geena Davis, who cofounded the six-day film festival to help empower women and female voices in the media.

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Geena attended along with costars Tracy Reiner, Anne Ramsay, Freddie Simpson, Megan Cavanaugh, and Patti Pelton; unfortunately, Tom Hanks, Lori Petty, Rosie O'Donnell, and Madonna couldn't make it out.

The 60-year-old actress said of the get together:

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Oakland Athletics Minor League Pitcher Sean Murphy Dies Suddenly At 27

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R.I.P.

So sad.

On Tuesday, the Oakland Athletics revealed they lost one of their minor league players. The team announced that pitcher Sean Murphy passed away at the age of 27.

According to the A's statement, the athlete died suddenly in Arizona on Monday. The club took to Twitter to share their condolences for the baseball player's untimely passing, sharing:

The team then released this statement about Sean's death, while also honoring accomplishments:

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Obama Gets RIPPED ON For Doing The Tango In Wake Of Brussels Attacks — Find Out Why Critics Are Calling His Dance A 'Terrible Mistake'!

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Barack Obama is getting heat once again!

Over the past week, the president made an historic trip to Cuba to restore U.S. relations, and mixed business with pleasure when he attended a few innings of a baseball game on Tuesday.

But many critics weren't happy with Obama's sports spectating and on-air interview with ESPN the same day over 30 people were killed in the Brussels terror attacks.

So, after a video surfaced on Wednesday night featuring POTUS dancing the tango with Michelle Obama at a state dinner in Argentina, commentators put him on blast for his vacation-y optics in the wake of such a tragedy.

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Thursday morning's panel of MSNBC's Morning Joe agreed that while Obama should not have cancelled his Argentina trip after the Brussels attack, he probably shouldn't be smiling in a Dancing With The Stars-esque photo op the day after he was doing the wave at a baseball game.

Council on Foreign Relations president Richard Haass said:

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