OMG! This is so sad!
The couple told us in a statement:
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Step aside, Donald Trump! There's another tough-talking GOP candidate in town now!
On Tuesday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for president!
While the Republican party already has over a dozen candidates running, the New Jersey native has promised to be aggressive in his upcoming campaign. He told voters:
"You're going to get what I think whether you like it or not, or whether it makes you cringe every once in a while or not. I am now ready to fight for the people of the United States of America."
Though the 52-year-old's resume is impressive, he has also faced backlash from former aides who created traffic jams at a bridge to get back against a Democratic mayor who chose not to endorse Christie's re-election!
While Christie denied he had anything to do with the bridge closing, this raised the awareness that that those who work with the governor will do anything to win!
During his campaign launch, the presidential hopeful called out the "bickering leaders" from both parties — though highlighted Barack Obama's "weak and feckless foreign policy" and referred to fellow candidate Hillary Clinton the president's "second mate."
In the gymnasium of his old high school, the presidential hopeful declared:
Wow! Who knew Chelsea Clinton was so expensive!!
On Tuesday, Chelsea's public speaking fee was revealed after the University of Missouri in Kansas City released documents detailing their process to book the former first daughter for a February 24 speaking appearance.
If you're wondering why the University wanted to book Chels in the first place, she was the next logical choice after they passed on Hillary Clinton.
Understandably, university officials didn't find it reasonable to fork over a WHOPPING $275,000 for the presidential candidate to simply grace a gala luncheon.
So, how much did CC charge for the appearance which included a 10 minute speech, 20 minute Q&A, and a half-hour posing for pictures?
As we previously reported, on Wednesday evening nine people were fatally shot down after a gunman went on a shooting spree at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina. A tenth victim has also been hospitalized.
Unfortunately, the gunman is still at large and the police are seeking the public's help in identifying the shooter for, what authorities have labeled, the hate crime.
The suspect is described as being a white man in his 20s, 5'9" in height, and wearing a very "distinctive" sweatshirt.
Many in Hollywood immediately took to Twitter to send their thoughts to the people of Charleston and to comment on this unspeakable tragedy — including Andy Cohen, Kerry Washington, Chris Pratt, Rob Lowe, and Hillary Clinton.
Check out their responses below:
On Tuesday, the billionaire officially announced his candidacy for President of the United States!
While the Apprentice star has never been shy about sharing his thoughts on what he thinks is wrong with this country, he seems to have opinions on just about everything else too!
And what's great about sharing your opinions on Twitter is that they never go away, even if you delete them! So, let's take a look and see just how Mr. Trump views the world around him.
Of course, he had a lot to say about his self-proclaimed nemesis, President Barack Obama:
The 67-year-old is apparently getting more involved on social media. She already has a Twitter account, so Instagram was the only one left — natch!
So, Hil did what anyone else with an IG account does, post a picture!
We all preferred a selfie of the Democratic presidential front-runner, but this beautiful assortment of pant suits will do!
Hilary posted the picture (above) and wrote:
LOLz! Perhaps that caption was a playful nod to her book! Or maybe she did have trouble deciding which combo to don for the day.
Either way, it looks like Hilary is on the right track to becoming a silly social media queen! Everyone watch out!
Does this mean people would rather see a mass murderer in office than a Republican?
In the latest Washington Post-ABC News survey, Harry Potter villain Voldemort had a higher approval rating than many of the Republican presidential candidates.
But He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named didn't come out on top.
Leading the poll was Star Wars villain Darth Vader and "the shark from Jaws". But who does everyone believe to be the best pick to run our great nation?
The Terminator, obvs.
Click here to see the breakdown of the approval ratings!
OK, obvi we already know girls run the world. Beyoncé told us.
But this time Queen Bey has backup in the form of Forbes magazine.
The financial bible dropped its annual list of the 100 Most Powerful Women in the World on Tuesday, and Bey is at a very respectable #21!
But of course she isn't the only famous name to make the list — or the highest up!
The Number One spot on the list — which is based on "money, media momentum, spheres of influence and impact" –went to