It's such a bummer these two can't get along!
The confidante went on to explain:
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Not a bad way to spend a Friday night!
The four surviving brothers of the Jackson 5 performed last night at the San Diego County Fair, ironically almost seven years to the day after Michael Jackson passed away.
The legend passed on June 25, 2009, and bros Jermaine, Tito, Jackie, and Marlon decided to pay an incredible, fun tribute to him with hits including Wanna Be Startin' Something and ABC.
Social media users captured the moments on Instagram and elsewhere — ch-ch-check it all out (below)!
Love is love!!
Due to recent events around the world, there was an increased police presence at London's Pride celebration on Saturday — but the sweetest thing happened at the least expected time!
Two police officers proposed to their partners during the march — an event that stopped everything for a few minutes as everybody around them congratulated the lucky newly engaged couples!
Ch-ch-check out more pics and reaction (below):
We literally cannot wait for Barbra Streisand's new album, and these duet teasers are not helping us be patient!!
In case you didn't know, Streisand's new effor, ENCORE: Movie Partners Sing Broadway, drops on August 26!
And when you watch that AH-Mazing video (above), you'll get a fun, fresh teaser of Miz Streisand and Mr. Foxx going in on Climb Ev'ry Mountain from The Sound Of Music together!
We bet she'll attract some brand new super fans with team ups like this!
This is the gayest news we've heard all day!
Sure, many corrupt politicians are still keeping us unprotected thanks to their asinine stance on gun control, but the President decided to one-up offer something while we wait — the country's first-ever National Monument dedicated to the LGBT community:
The Stonewall National Monument!!!
As many of our readers are already know, the 1969 police raids on Stonewall Inn marked the beginning of the fight for equal rights for our people… and we're so happy to see that now honored on a national scale.
President Barack Obama made the announcement in a heartfelt Instagram post on Friday, saying: