We get what we deserve.
Danielle Bregoli became the internet's newest obsession after her unreal appearance on Dr. Phil branded her as the "Cash Me Ousside" girl.
The 14-year-old managed to milk her 15 minutes of fame to build her Instagram fanbase (she has over 8 million followers now!) and cash in on paid appearances.
And now, because we live in an age where toddler temperaments are glorified as "telling it like it is," we'll be seeing the teen viral sensation on TV.
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That's right. Bregoli has just signed a deal with
Our hearts are breaking for David Cassidy.
A week after revealing he's been battling dementia, the Partridge Family alum is opening up about his diagnosis.
In an emotional sit-down with Dr. Phil, the 66-year-old broke down discussing how his loved ones began pointing out his lapses in memory over two years ago.
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The retired actor explained it was his family's growing concern over his mental state that made him realize the severity of the situation — and ultimately seek medical attention.
Cassidy kept his diagnosis private for two-and-a-half years, but decided to go public after a recent on-stage spill in California that caused fans to wonder if he had relapsed back into substance abuse.
In his interview with the TV doctor, the performer made it clear that he wasn't drunk and merely slipped on a stage monitor, explaining:
And the saga continues…
As we reported in October, JonBenét Ramsey's brother Burke filed a $150 million lawsuit against Dr. Werner Spitz who claimed in a radio interview with CBS Detroit that Burke "bludgeoned" his sister to death.
Earlier this week, the doctor filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit altogether.
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However, Burke is refusing to stay silent. According to his lawyers:
We can't say we're too surprised Dr. Phil is catching some controversy for this one.
Following Dr. Phil's interview with actress Shelley Duvall, fans and Stanley Kubrick's daughter Vivian Kubrick called the therapist out for "exploiting" the situation.
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For those who don't know, Stanley directed Shelley in The Shining. It only makes sense that Vivian would have a strong instinct to protect Duvall, who is clearly suffering from extreme mental duress.
In a pointed note to Phil, Kubrick BLASTED him for his "appalling" lack of desire to actually help the troubled star. It's clear Viv felt the episode was intended to garner ratings rather than meaningful therapy for the icon.
Check out Vivian's searing note (below)!
This is just awful!
In 1980, Shelley Duvall was a movie star, with lead roles in The Shining and Popeye. Today, she needs help from Dr. Phil.
In a sneak peek at their shocking conversation, the 67-year-old actress — who hasn't appeared in a film in over 14 years — tells the doc some disturbing things.
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For instance, she doesn't believe her Popeye costar Robin Williams is really dead — and that she's seen him since his supposed passing.
See the heartbreaking clip (below) before the full interview airs on Friday.