They should change the name of the show to AWKWARD! With Kelly and Michael!
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This story just gets worse and worse!
According to TMZ, on Thursday cops raided Prince's personal pharmacy (he visited the location four times before his death), in Minnesota in an effort to track down prescription records. The news comes on the heels of a search warrant obtained by authorities to comb through the singer's Paisley Park mansion for additional evidence.
Sources say the police are trying to gain more insight into the icon's death, especially after word of his alleged Percocet addiction surfaced. Some cops believe doctors and pharmacists doled out the drug illegally to the 57-year-old over the years, which ultimately led to his untimely death on April 21.
To make matters more upsetting, police records show there were two other medical emergencies reported at the musician's home in the past nine months. While we can't confirm whether or not Prince was the one who needed attention in these instances, it wouldn't be a stretch in light of his emergency landing on April 15.
Hopefully these searches will provide us with more insight as to how the beloved legend died. Fans and his loved ones deserve some sense of closure during this difficult time.
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We can't say we're entirely surprised…
On Friday, it was reported that Prince may've been obtaining prescriptions for painkillers from more than one doctor. Oh no!
According to members of the late icon's family, Prince was supposedly getting drugs from a close "personal friend," who was also a medical professional. Yikes!
As we previously reported, it's been said that the Purple Rain singer became addicted to
It always catches us off guard when the political world meets pop culture… but we're absolutely living for it!
It will be ten years since The West Wing went off the air next month, but the Aaron Sorkin-penned show is still relevant today thanks to its politics and its all star cast.
And its current streamability on Netflix…
Well, one of the most famous members of President Bartlet's administration decided to stop by the White House on Friday to brief the press in character!
Allison Janney took the podium as C.J. Cregg and began to answer questions before eventually handing things over to IRL Press Secretary Joshua Earnest, much to the surprise of reporters.
Apparently, the Emmy Award-winning actress was in Washington, D.C. with Chuck Lorre to bring serious attention to America's opiate problem — something her character on Mom struggles with — and decided that calling back to another hit show of hers would be the best way to do it!
If this is going to become a thing, we want Darby Stanchfield as Abby Whelan from Scandal to show up next week to address our nation's crippling love triangle outbreak. LOLz!!!
Ch-ch-check out Allison Janney's full speech as C.J. Cregg (below)!!!
The NFL Draft is supposed to be a joyous day for players and fans alike as teams make a precious few college kids' dreams come true.
But Laremy Tunsil, a top offensive tackle prospect, had an AWFUL night as the athlete fell several spots at the last minute, losing out on tons of money.
The hacker somehow got access to Tunsil's Twitter account and posted a video of the 21-year-old using a gas mask bong. Not only that, they later shared a a screen shot of a conversation between the Ole Miss player and one of his coaches that heavily suggested the student accepted money, a MAJOR NCAA no-no!
You can see the since deleted pictures (below):
A week after Prince's unexpected death, authorities are one step closer to figuring out how the music legend died.
On Thursday, law enforcement told the Associated Press that they are investigating the possibility that the Purple Rain artist suffered an overdose.
As we reported, sources close to the 57-year-old said the musician was prescribed Percocet in 2009 and slowly became addicted.
On April 15 after a performance in Atlanta, the Grammy winner reportedly overdosed on the drug while in flight, prompting the plane to make an emergency landing in Moline, Illinois. Police are trying to figure out if a doctor was present for this ordeal.
Additionally, officials are investigating what type of drugs were on the plane, and what kind were at his Paisley Park house.
As we wrote on Thursday, police obtained a warrant to search his Minnesota mansion.
Our thoughts and prayers go to Prince's friends and family during this difficult time.
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According to legal docs, authorities just received a warrant to search the icon's Paisley Park mansion. The reasoning behind the warrant remains undisclosed for six months to prevent evidence tampering.
Speaking on the decision to keep the details on lock, the sheriff on the case explained:
This is still so hard to wrap our heads around.
On Wednesday, Chyna's manager Anthony Anzaldo gave some insight into what might've caused the WWE icon's untimely passing.
Apparently, Anthony believes that a combination of Ambien and Valium probably caused the American athlete to overdose. How sad!
The manager noted: