Donald Trump sure knows what he's doing!
Awwww, how sweet… that would have been if the post wasn't slathered in self-promotion!
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On Sunday, the cohosts of four years won the 2016 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host — in the midst of Ripa being blindsided by Disney execs over Strahan's secret move to Good Morning America.
As for the less-ironic winners of the night, General Hospital was named the year's best daytime drama series — and other winning programs included The Talk, The Chew, The Price is Right, Extra, and CBS Sunday Morning!
Since Strahan is exiting LIVE! next week, we hope the show's Emmy win will serve as a friendly reminder for the cohosts to play nice during the remainder of their time together on air — but we're not holding our breath! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the full list of Daytime Emmy winners (below)!
A few years ago, Jennifer Garner helped Halle Berry pass California state legislation making it illegal for paparazzi to harass minors with famous parents!
During her testimony for the anti-papz bill, the actress told the committee that her son Samuel was terrified of the shutterbugs and flashing lights when ambushed by photographers.
Garner admitted that before the bill passed, 6 paparazzi cars were parked outside their home every day — and up to 15 to 20 cars on weekends!
While the legislation "has made things better," the actress said she and her children are still regularly followed and photographed — and her now 4-year-old son does not love all the attention.
The famous momma told the TV doctor every time her son sees the papz, he says:
She coulda been a contender.
Both Bella Hadid, 19, and Anwar Hadid, 16, reportedly suffer from the disease as well, but we don't usually hear too much about their struggles.
Good thing Yolanda Hadid has such a strong support system!
In a interview with Dr. Oz set to air Tuesday, Yol got super real and candid about her struggles with lyme disease. The beauty even went as far to credit her three children as her life savers… literally.
Speaking with a ton of emotion and tears in her eyes, the reality star revealed:
"There were nights where Gigi, at three o'clock in the morning, had to drive me to the emergency room because I had such severe inflammation in my brain that I'd be balling on the floor like please take me to the hospital. So you know, and not just Gigi driving, Anwar and Bella in the back of the car and the three of us going to the hospital. And, them being there, they learn to take charge and be my strength."
Wow. What harrowing and difficult stuff.
Obviously, the situation got so bad for the blonde that at points that she wished she weren't alive. It was in those moments that she expressed thanks for Anwar, Bella, and Gigi Hadid:
"My children is what kept me alive. I remember just waiting for them to get out of school, just to give them a hug and look at them for hope. There were many days that I really didn't want to live anymore. But when you look at your children it's not a choice anymore, right? You have to. You have to get through. You have to keep fighting and searching to get well."
So heartbreaking. At least Y.F. is beginning to come out stronger.
Keep your head up, Yolanda!
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You sure it wasn't the tiger blood, Charlie?
While the 50-year-old actor seems to have settled down now — especially considering his health is his No. 1 priority due to his HIV status — he's now trying to explain his controversial actions.
In an interview with Dr. Oz on Wednesday, Charlie reveals that he now knows the reason for the collapse of his mental health… testosterone cream.
Sure, a lot of that lotion probably isn't good for your hormone levels, but the rampant drug and alcohol use probably had a little something to do with it too…
Still, we're glad he's doing better nowadays!
Ch-ch-check out Charlie Sheen's surprising reasoning for his meltdown on Dr. Oz (above)!!!
We just hope she makes a full recovery!
As we reported last August, Shannen Doherty revealed she had breast cancer, which she blames on her former business manager. In a lawsuit against Tanner, Mainstain, Glynn & Johnson, the Charmed star says the company was negligent in handling her health insurance.
Not surprisingly, her biggest worry is how her cancer will affect her loved ones.
The news of Big Ang's death on Thursday was truly heartbreaking.
The reality TV star lost her battle to stage four cancer early in the morning while surrounded by family, including her recently estranged husband, Neil Murphy.
ICYMI: Angela Raiola revealed on a visit to Dr. Oz's show on Tuesday that she has left Neil after six years together, citing that "he never stepped up to the plate" during her battles with brain and lung cancer.
Well, it sounds like he finally pulled through during her last moments, as Ang's friend/costar Carla Facciolo shared with People that he "was there the whole time" and:
"He's part of her life. He's still her husband, you know? I don't know if they got back together, but to Ang, when she throws somebody off her for a little bit, they're always back in. She takes in people."
Neil also posted to Twitter following her passing, writing: