Well, Michael Lohan is certainly spilling the tea!
This would be so amazing!!
There's no doubt Bryan Cranston is a great actor — he takes it to another level in his new upcoming flick The Inflitrator — but we would really like to see him play the role of a lifetime: Donald Trump!!
The former Malcolm In The Middle and Breaking Bad star is no stranger to playing real-life characters; he was nominated for an Oscar for playing the title blacklisted screenwriter in Trumbo and just played late President Lyndon B. Johnson in HBO's All The Way.
So when he went on Today this morning, host Carson Daly asked him a very simple question.
The host pondered which real-life person Cranston would most like to play next, and he immediately and definitively named Trump!! He said:
Calling all early 2000s pop music fans!
We were so excited to find out 98 Degrees would be joining forces with some of the most memorable music acts from TRL's millennial heyday for the nostalgic My2K tour!
And judging by the first teaser featuring headlining performances by Nick Lachey's boy band, along with O-Town, Dream, and Ryan Cabrera — this concert is basically like stepping into a time machine of musical awesomeness!
The 39-date tour set kicked off this past weekend in Kansas, and will hit cities nationwide before wrapping up in San Francisco on August 29!
With all this nostalgia, we're half expecting Carson Daly to pop up on stage and count down the top 10 music videos! LOLz
Ch-ch-check out the teaser and see the full list of tour dates (below)!
This is just heartbreaking.
As we reported, on Tuesday, the Belgian City of Brussels was faced with several violent terrorist attacks that reportedly left at least 28 killed with countless others injured.
Following the attack, Prime Minister Charles Michel asked citizens to remain where they were as the country raised their terror threat to the highest level.
Since news broke of this unspeakable tragedy, many in Hollywood have taken to Twitter and Instagram to send their thoughts to the people of Brussels and to comment on this bout of violence — including Iggy Azalea, Piers Morgan, Alessia Cara, Joel Madden, Hoda Kotb, and many more.
Check out their responses (below).
On Monday, the Bad Romance singer talked with Carson Daly on 97.1 AMP Radio about her moving performance of Til It Happens To You at the 2016 Oscars and once again vocalized her support for the the Tik Tok artist.
As we reported, the Grammy winner has been a source of support for the blonde beauty as she is wrapped up in a legal battle against music producer Dr. Luke — whom she has accused of drugging and raping her. The industry vet has vehemently denied the allegations against him.
On the highly publicized case, the American Horror Story actress noted:
Christina Aguilera wants the "girl curse" of The Voice to be over!
And according to the judges, it could very well happen on the show's tenth season!
Sitting down with E! News' Maria Menounos, the OG blonde coach revealed that a female coach's contestant has never won the NBC singing competition.
But that can all change for after the show's upcoming season, as fellow coach Blake Shelton made it clear that Xtina has "the team to beat right now." AH-Mazing!
Even though she boasts a skilled roster, the rest of the coaches are just as happy to have the original diva back on her giant rotating chair.
As for breaking the girl curse, if the show didn't have a 3:1 ratio of male-to-female coaches, the ladies would have a much better probability of winning — but those statistics will just make it that much better when #TeamXtina claims victory!
Ch-ch-check out the interview (below) to see what else the coaches had to say about the songstress' return!
She doesn't have to try hard to make us like her.
On Tuesday, Gwen called in to Carson Daly's radio show on 97.1 AMP Radio to chat with The Voice host about returning to the show as Team Blake's mentor now that's she made it clear just how smitten she is with him, saying:
It's been a sad couple of weeks.
On Monday, Glenn Frey of The Eagles died at 67, after suffering from intestinal issues for a few months. And we weren't the only ones rocked by his tragic passing.
Fellow artists like Niall Horan and Gene Simmons shared their sadness online over the loss of the late legend, but this grief wasn't only limited to members of the music community.
See how all these stars reacted to the guitarist's death (below):