We're happy to see we're not the only ones outraged by all this!
Ch-ch-check out all the celebrity reactions to Harambe the Gorilla's killing (below)!!!
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Nothing feels better than giving back!
Both actresses were honored by the organization, which helps girls from under-resourced areas fulfill their potential!
While the Scream Queens star wore a lovely pink dress with cute white shoes, the couple matched in white, blue, and black colors.
Although rumored BF Robert Buckley wasn't there, we're pretty sure Miz Michele was thinking about him all day!
Looking good, ladies!
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There's no doubt that Steph has had an INCREDIBLE year as the Golden State Warriors set the NBA record for most games won during a single season, and are currently in the middle of playoffs and up 3-1 against the Portland Trailblazers in the Western Conference semi-finals.
Well the 28-year-old has another accomplishment to add to 2016 as he was not only named Most Valuable Player in the league, but he has become the first player to be voted to win unanimously!
That means all 130 sportswriters and broadcasters, as well as one vote from the Kia MVP fan vote all chose Curry as their number one pick!
In the past, Shaquille O'Neal and LeBron James both fell one vote short of being unanimous selections in 2000 and 2013. This means that Stephen is in good company with Tom Brady (2010) and Wayne Gretzky (1982) as the only unanimous MVPs in their respective leagues.
Ch-ch-check out the NBAer's touching acceptance speech (above) and let us know which team you're rooting for to win it all!
This is going to be so cool!!
Details are scarce as news is just breaking of potential pairings for the project, but The Hollywood Reporter is confirming that the Cleveland Cavaliers star will find himself on the silver screen thanks to Justin Lin, Andrew Dodge, and Alfredo Botello, who are writing the sequel.
Of course, the first Space Jam starred LeBron's NBA superstar predecessor, Michael Jordan, and came out to worldwide fanfare in 1996.
In total, it grossed about $230.4 million worldwide as a live action/animation hybrid that paired the then-Chicago Bulls star with the Looney Tunes cartoon characters.
Now, Warner Bros. and the production team are
The Hotline Bling rapper was sitting courtside during the Toronto Raptors' come-from-behind win over the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday night.
Fired up from the action, Champagne Papi was taunting the Pacers throughout the postseason game — even clapping right in Rodney Stuckey's face in the fourth quarter after a turnover.
But the sore winning didn't stop there! After the Raptors beat the Pacers — thanks to officials waving off a game tying buzzer-beater — Drizzy continued to taunt the losing team on Instagram!
In a now deleted post, Drake fired shots at Pacers star Paul George — complete with a tear emoji photoshopped on the athlete's face: