The fans are leaving in droves!
Meanwhile, remaining followers were all over the comments section of a photo of the reality star in a bikini, calling her out for being fake:
[Image via Instagram.]
Just keep swimming!
As we say goodbye to 2015, one of the things we're most excited about is finally getting to catch up with Nemo and friends in Finding Dory!
It's been 13 years since we last saw Ellen DeGeneres make her animated mark as the forgetful Pacific regal blue tang, but luckily Disney and Pixar haven't been stingy when it comes to teasing us about the Finding Nemo sequel.
In fact, they even released new character designs for Ty Burrell and Kaitlin Olson's sea creatures on Wednesday — and they could not be cuter!
The Modern Family star spoke to Entertainment Weekly about his differently-abled beluga whale Bailey, saying:
Get ready for the ultimate diva-off!
Now, almost two decades later, the hilarious trio will reunite for the upcoming Netflix movie Divanation!
The legendary actresses will play a singing group that reconnects after a dramatic split 30 years ago — and we are fully expecting plenty of diva-tastic moments!
This film will be the first feature role for Hawn in over ten years — Kate Hudson's momma was last seen in The Banger Sisters back in 2002!
We can't wait to find out more about this film!
Are YOU excited for the ladies of The First Wives Club to make their on screen reunion?
[Image via Paramount.]
Diane Keaton is one of the biggest Beliebers out there!
Sipping on some of her own favorite "The Keaton" wine (with ice cubes!) the actress was clearly excited to be on the show during "Bieber week" — but didn't realize how much the pop star had grown up over the past few years!
After Ellen showed a few of Bieberoni's recent drool-worthy Calvin Klein ads, Keaton REALLY started to swoon!
Then all hell broke loose when Biebs came out from backstage himself and the 69-year-old tried to plant one on him! LOLz!
Check out the funny clip (below)!
We're so excited!
Ellen DeGeneres — who voices Dory — just released the first trailer for the family friendly aquatic adventure and it looks to have captured the magic and silliness that we loved about the first flick.
The film also stars Albert Brooks as Marlin, as well as Diane Keaton and Eugene Levy who will voice Dory's parents as the film looks to answer the question, "Where is Dory's family?"
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above) while we wait for it to swim into theaters June 17, 2016!
We can't wait!
Disney and Pixar make quite a team; we LOVE almost everything they do!
That's why we were so excited to hear that they were making a sequel to one of our favorites — Finding Nemo!
The film — which is titled Finding Dory — already had some plot details revealed, including where the flick will take place.
In fact, earlier this year, Pixar Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter said the film will answer the question, "Where is Dory's family?" Lasseter went on to say:
"That has been just bugging us since we made (Finding Nemo) and we thought this could be a great place to move forward."
Despite the not knowing a whole lot about the flick though, the studio just released the first poster for the the oceanic animated flick and it's PERFECT!
Ch-ch-check out the pic (below) and let us know what you think!
Is it Christmas already?!
We're not usually a fan of the huge ensemble cast movies, but this one has a unique twist that just might work.
The trailer for Love the Coopers dropped on Wednesday, and in addition to A-List actors, we think the fact that all the characters are related will give a nice warmth to the holiday movie.
You can catch Love the Coopers when it hits theaters November 13!
Ch-ch-check out the early start to the holiday season (below)!!!
But honestly, it was weird even before that.
The 29-year-old showed up to the shindig with her funny friend Judd Apatow.
When he introduced Lena to the 69-year-old, Diane made it pretty clear that she hadn't been keeping up with the times when she asked Judd:
"Is this your wife?"
We all know the Trainwreck director is married to actress Leslie Mann, and by "we all" we mean everyone except Diane Keaton, apparently.
Judd cleared up the confusion and explained that Lena was just a friend. Most people would think that after this there would be a couple awkward apologies and then the conversation would become normal.
As we've established by now, Diane Keaton is clearly not most people.
Lena remembered that the actress immediately jumped right in with questions about her sexual orientation, saying: