The family of Aaron Hernandez is in mourning after his alleged suicide.
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If you weren't already worried Donald Trump had no clue what he was doing re: North Korea, get ready to start sweating!
In an interview on Tuesday morning's Fox & Friends, the only show he likes anymore, the POTUS totally showed his foreign policy hand. And it was empty. And tiny.
When Ainsley Earnhardt asked about a possible U.S. military strike on the Asian nation, Trump replied:
And while the President is dropping the missiles that will probably start "World War Easy D" (sounds better than WW3, no?), his administration is dropping the ball on a MAJOR White House tradition!
Wells Wood Turning sent an urgent message to POTUS back in February, informing him that the white house was about to miss a crucial deadline for the annual White House Easter Egg Roll.
The company that supplies commemorative wooden eggs wondered whether the Trumps planned on continuing giving out the wooden eggs as party favors, as previously distributed by past administrations. They shared on Twitter:
On the talk show Skavlan, the Beauty and the Beast actress told a story about how Trump had called her in her trailer while she was filming Primary Colors — more on that later — and offered her more "comfortable" accommodations.
When Emma had failed to grasp the thrust of the future president's offer, she says he got more straightforward:
"'Well, you know, I think we would get on very well. Maybe we could have dinner sometime.' I didn't know what to do with myself!"
Obviously, she did — she's a woman of culture and taste, so she said NO.
And that was the end of the story, as far as Emma was concerned. You can watch the delightful star tell it all (below).
We'd buy that book!
And obviously publishers feel the same way.
According to a report from the Financial Times, publishing houses HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, and Macmillan all bid on the former First Couple's first post-White House books.
But it was Penguin Random House (who published Barack's previous books) that won with a $60 MILLION package deal for their memoirs, which they plan to write as two separate books.
That's twice as much (each) as previous record holder Bill Clinton, whose White House memoir sold for $15 mil back in 2000.
Will YOU buy the Obamas' books??
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From Hollywood royalty to actual royalty!
Ryan Murphy's upcoming miniseries Feud: Bette and Joan finally makes its high profile debut this weekend.
FX has ordered a follow up to the upcoming anthology series — and this time Murphy and co. are tackling the story of Prince Charles and Princess Diana!
The beloved royal couple were married from 1981-1996, though their marriage became the center of media attention around the world when allegations of
The 2016 presidential election was a NIGHTMARE… so it only seems right that it's inspiring the next season of American Horror Story.
While the Glee creator stayed tight-lipped about whether or not there will be a Donald Trump character, the industry vet DID confirm that the next season "is going to be about the election we just went through." In fact, Mr. Murphy thinks AHS7 "will be interesting for a lot of people."
Not to mention, alums of the anthology series, including Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters, are slated to return to AHS. The horror miniseries was renewed for two more seasons back in January AND begins filming again in June.
Nonetheless, we shouldn't be SO shocked to learn about the 51-year-old's politically driven content, especially since he plans to tackle Bill Clinton's sex scandal with Monica Lewinsky for an upcoming season of American Crime Story. Be sure to ch-ch-check out Ryan's discussion about AHS with Andy (above), and then take a peek at his tease about casting for his various different shows (below)!