This is absolutely wonderful.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 4, 2016
We can't. We just can't.
On Monday, five former employees of NBC's The Apprentice brand opened up about an incident where Gary Busey allegedly sexually assaulted a female employee during his time on the reality TV competition. To make matters worse, the staffers claim Donald Trump was informed about the upsetting situation and, rather than be concerned by the Oscar nominee's behavior, just laughed it off.
In fact, Busey was allowed to stay on the TV show. How disgusting.
Several Apprentice employees, including the alleged victim, have told The Daily Beast about the incident. In their account of what went down, they accuse the Point Break actor of
The fourth installment of SyFy's cringeworthy Sharknado series came back in full force on Sunday — and there was no shortage of incredibly ridiculous moments, celebrity cameos, and Star Wars references in The 4th Awakens!
Like its three predecessors, the film had plenty of off-the-wall moments that had no logical reason whatsoever — but this go-round really kicked up the craziness to a whole new level!
Ian Ziering returned as our favorite shark-fighter Fin Shepard, now living on a farm in Kansas raising his young son who believes his mother was a shark.
The heroes have a new team of allies — and returning badass David Hasselhoff — to take on the Sharknados, in addition to Sandnados, Bouldernados, Lightningnados, and Firenados! Yikes!
But the various nados don't compare in laughability to the wacky guest stars — from Carrot Top playing an Uber driver (by far the most realistic part of the film), to Gilbert Gottfried playing a storm chaser, and some of the Real Housewives playing astrophysicists.
Ch-ch-check out the most HIGHlarious moments from Sharknado 4 (below)!
The marine-predator-filled natural disaster movie is back with vengeance… and some new faces!
We've been highly anticipating the upcoming sequel to Syfy's hit Sharknado franchise — and now that the cast of Sharknado 4 has been announced, we're thrashing in excitement!
Reprising their roles are Ian Ziering as the shark-fighting hero Fin Shepard, Tara Reid as April Wexler, David Hasselhoff as Fin's father, Col. Gil Shepard, and Ryan Newman as Fin and April's daughter Claudia.
But the fourth installment of the genre series, which takes place five years after the events of Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No, will introduce several new characters — most of whom we assume will be devoured by flying sharks.
First and foremost, Gary Busey will be joining the cast as
He's absolutely crushing it!
In the intro to Carter's dance last night, he got a little teary-eyed as he talked about his rough childhood and growing up. His fellow Backstreet Boys, A.J. McLean, Brian Littrell, and Howie Dorough, even chimed in to give a little background and lend their support!
But business is business, which is why Nick and his partner Sharna Burgess performed a song he was VERY comfortable with — BSB's hit Everybody (Backstreet's Back)!
Luckily they weren't the ones eliminated as Gary Busey and his partner Anna Trebunskaya were sent packing. And in true Busey fashion, he wouldn't let the hosts cut to commercial until he was done ranting (below)!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing interview with Nick and then see him throw it back to one of his hits (below) as well as Busey being Busey! LOLz!
What a night!
We know that Dancing With The Stars just started but we're already blown away by how AH-Mazing it is!
On Monday night's episode, Bindi Irwin and her partner Derek Hough had ANOTHER heartwarming performance!
Each star had to go back to their hometowns and choose a dance that represented them.
In classic ADORABLE Bindi fashion, she chose to dance to AC/DC's You Shook Me All Night Long (below) because it was her dad's favorite song by the Aussie rockers!
She opened up about the song selection, saying:
Get your tissues ready!
We had a feeling Bindi Irwin was going to make a splash when it was announced that she would be joining Dancing With The Stars this season. Recently she vowed to make her father Steve Irwin proud, and she did just that on Monday's premiere of the reality TV show.
"My mum always said that anytime dad would watch me dance around the zoo he would cry. I think the real reason I am doing this is to make him proud and everyone back at home in Australia proud.
You know, I think everyone is going to see a whole new side to Bindi."
What a beautiful sentiment about her father. We think the late TV host would've been incredibly proud of his daughter.
The 17-year-old performed a FIERCE, upbeat jive to her dad's favorite song Crocodile Rock with her dance partner Derek Hough. LOVES it!
In regards to her song choice, she continued: