Michael Skupin is ready to talk.
The ex-contestant said in a statement:
The 54-year-old explained that he's turning to religion following his arrest, adding:
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Super Bowl 50's halftime show is still causing quite the spectacle!
But one of the biggest halftime shows in the past 20 years was notably left out!
This just in: Time may not actually heal all wounds.
Well, that certainly is not the case, because on Wednesday's brand-new episode of Kocktails with Khloé, the host defended herself in front of LGBT icon RuPaul and fellow guests Snooki, Diddy, Kylie Jenner, and Kourtney Kardashian.
In fact, Khloé thinks finding out about the transition through her Diane Sawyer interview was a "loss" when it comes to their relationship!
It sounds to us like Caitlyn must never have rectified the situation with the youngest Kardashian sister…
Ch-ch-check out Khloé rationale about feeling slighted by Caitlyn (below)!!
Tupac Shakur was tragically shot in Las Vegas on September 13, 1996. Six months later, Biggie Smalls was taken down in an El Lay drive by.
No one was ever charged for their murders.
Decades later, former LAPD investigator Greg Kading is claiming to have solved the case after leading a special task force for over three years.
Wait, it's already almost Wednesday again?!
Just as we are recovering from another wacky week on The Bachelor, we turn around and here comes a brand new episode of Kocktails With Khloé — and host Khloé Kardashian just revealed her guests for the week!
The KUWTK star is keeping it in the family once again, with Kylie Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian joining the show, but she also jumped out of her comfort zone with three other guests: Ru Paul, Diddy, and Snooki.
What a team! Ha!!!
In addition to learning the guests this week on the TV talk show, we've got a couple early clips from the episode!
Ch-ch-check out Jersey Shore's Snooki telling Khloé (below) what she REALLY thought of the Kardashian sis the first time they met:
To catch you up, the city is in trouble following a 2014 water supply switch from Detroit to a local water source. Unfortunately for the town's residents, the supply was found to contain high levels of lead which grossly affected MANY children.
On Sunday, the Tonight Show host announced on Twitter that he was donating $10,000 to Community Foundation Greater Flint — and asked his supporters to do the same:
And he's not the only one lending a hand…
Marky Mark and Puff also put on their capes and donated one million water bottles from their El Lay-based bottled water company AQUAhydrate. Flint is expected to receive 5,000 cases by Wednesday, and the business also promised to continue sending aid until the contamination problem is fixed.
What an incredible use of resources! Who would've ever guessed that much water could come out of LA!
We just love selfless acts of kindness from these celebs!
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