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Kimmy Schmidt is heading to college!
While we're excited to see that the title character (played by Ellie Kemper) will be taking on new adventures this season — like college and an adult sex life — we're more than obsessed with the Lemonade reference featured in the teaser.
Be sure to ch-ch-check out the trailer for yourself (above)!
January Jones is perfectly happy being a single mom.
During a recent interview with Red magazine, the Mad Men alum opened up about her life with her 5-year-old son, named Xander. Not only did Miz Jones relocate her little family to Topanga Canyon, CA a few years ago, but she did it all alone too.
As you may recall, January became pregnant in 2011 after filming X-Men: First Class and has since REFUSED to discuss the identity of her son's father. Obviously there was a lot of speculation over who little Xander's poppa might be, so the blonde stunner abandoned their Silverlake home surrounded by paparazzi for a quieter life.
Related: January Flashes Her Butt While Recreating An Old Photo!
The 38-year-old shared:
Yet another star lost in the final days of 2016.
It's been reported that prolific actress Barbara Tarbuck, who played Lady Jane Jacks on General Hospital for over a decade, has died at 74 years old.
Tarbuck died Monday at her home in Los Angeles of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease — a rare, incurable neurodegenerative disease — her daughter Jennifer Lany Connolly confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.
Tarbuck portrayed Jax Jacks' (Ingo Rademacher) mother on the ABC soap opera from 1996 until 2010, and appeared on the second season of American Horror Story playing Jessica Lange's compassionate Mother Superior Claudia in five episodes of Asylum.
The actress actually played another nun in the 1980s, playing Sister Allegra on the NBC daytime serial Santa Barbara — and has appeared on countless television shows like The Waltons, Dallas, Police Squad!, M*A*S*H, Cagney & Lacey, The Golden Girls, Judging Amy, Star Trek: Enterprise, NYPD Blue, Nip/Tuck, Glee, and Mad Men.
Tarbuck's film roles include Big Trouble, Curly Sue, The Tie That Binds, and Walking Tall. She was also an accomplished stage actress, appearing in the original 1983 production of Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs.
So sad to see another star go. Our hearts go out to Barbara's loved ones at this difficult time.
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We are just so impressed with Haley Bennett!
When she isn't kicking ass in films like Kristy and The Magnificent Seven, she's getting her mystery on in literary fare like The Girl On The Train and now A Kind Of Murder.
Based on the Patricia Highsmith novel, A Kind Of Murder tells the story of a Walter Stackhouse, just your average 1960s man who endangers his life and his marriage when he becomes fascinated with a beautiful woman and an unsolved murder. It's like Mad Men Noir.
Ch-ch-check out her REAL singing voice (above) and you won't have to wonder why!
A Kind Of Murder is available in select theaters and on VOD now! Find out more HERE!
Kathy Griffin is well aware not everyone is a fan of her comedy… especially the celebrities she's notoriously made fun of!
But after endless encounters with Hollywood's elite over the years, the 56-year-old has revealed some celebs have been just downright MEAN to her face!
In her new book Kathy Griffin's Celebrity Run-Ins, the Emmy-winner recounts various moments she's had with over 125 stars, and not all of them are as pleasant as you'd expect!
One of the most shocking revelations from Griffin's latest exposé is that Jon Hamm might not be super charming 100% of the time — at least not when rubbing elbows with a comedy veteran.
The comedianne writes of the Mad Men star:
Yes, Jon Hamm knows everyone thinks he has a big peen. And yes, he's totally OK with it!
As he should be!
But what does the hunky actor think of everyone talking about his
Little Big Jon?
Speaking to GQ, the Men Of The Year cover star reportedly said:
Jon Hamm is not afraid of his flaws.
Opening up to Mr. Porter's The Journal, the 45-year-old explained his relationship with rehab, and how seeking help is not a sign of weakness:
"It has all these connotations, but it's just an extended period of talking about yourself. People go for all sorts of reasons, not all of which are chemically related. But there's something to be said for pulling yourself out of the grind for a period of time and concentrating on recalibrating the system. And it works. It's great."
Additionally, the actor recommends therapy as a way to keep your mental health in check — something he learned back in the early '90s after his father passed:
"I find it very helpful. I know the English are a lot more skeptical about it than Americans are, but maybe after Brexit, you'll change your minds."