Wow!! Should we all have seen this coming all along?!
However, could they have been plotting the 22-year-old's sudden 1D exodus for a while??
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We love Jamie Dornan, but this is just inappropriate.
In a recent interview, the Fifty Shades of Grey actor admitted to following a woman around in order to get into character for his serial killer character in Netflix's The Fall:
"The first series, I did do a couple of things to try to get inside [his mind]. On the tube, which is our underground system… Can we get arrested for this? Hold on… this is a really bad reveal: I, like, followed a woman off the train one day to see what it felt like to pursue someone like that… It felt kind of exciting, in a really sort of dirty way. I'm sort of not proud of myself. But I do honestly think I learned something from it, because I've obviously never done any of that. It was intriguing and interesting to enter that process of 'what are you following her for?' and 'what are you trying to find out?'"
Yes, that IS a really bad reveal.
While legally stalking someone requires more than one action (following someone twice, etc.), we think that you don't need to actually purposefully follow someone to get into character.
You're a good actor, Jamie. You didn't have to do this.
There are real victims of stalking out there, and to make it seem like a game? Well, that's not cool.
Some tweets caused a wave of controversy due to their sexist and anti-semitic nature. And now, Comedy Central has spoken out on the comedian's behalf.
A network spokesperson had this to say about the controversial tweets:
He's on the OFFENSE.
On Tuesday, one day after Harvey Weinstein's rep denied that he groped a model over the weekend, celebrity lawyer Mark Jay Heller has released a statement on the alleged victim's (22-year-old Ambra Battilana) behalf.
Basically, the statement is aggressive in its defense of the model, and it's made quite CLEAR that the suit is not motivated by blackmail.
Read the powerful response (below)!
Someone's got some 'splaining to do!
On Monday Kesh posted a photo on her Instagram comparing the two shirts:
On Sunday evening, Louis Tomlinson was having a casual conversation with the keyboard player on stage at One Direction's concert in South Africa, when he said something that totally sounded like an indirect diss towards Zayn!
This whole thing happened days before the Doncaster native called his former bandmate's producer out for being super shady!
Do you think Louis' possibly ill-fated feelings got the best of him?! We saw how he behaved with Naughty Boy on Twitter just one day later…
Watch the short clips (below) and YOU decide!
And less than 24 hours later, so were all the skeletons in his closet!
Well, that's not exactly true, these aren't Trevor Noah's highly guarded secrets that are causing a bit of a scandal. They're tweets.
Right there out in the open, in public. So what did he tweet that's got people concerned?
We'll break it down for you (below):
One of Bill Cosby's former fans has had ENOUGH.
During Bill's stand up routine at a venue in Baltimore on Friday night, a heckler interrupted the comedian's set to confront him over the many rape allegations the 77-year-old has faced over the years.
The angered audience member shouted:
"38 women spoke up and called you a rapist. Tell the one about how to get away with rape."
Wow. The man did not waste any time getting straight to the point.
After a few other audience members told the disgruntle man to be quiet, Bill chimed in saying:
"Just remain calm. We are here to enjoy my gift. We are not here to argue. Let those people speak. We will find them and ask them to leave."
Honestly, we're not surprised by Cosby's non-confrontational response — the comedian rarely addresses the elephant in the room.
Shortly after the actor addressed the heckler, he was removed by security. Once outside, the brave man elaborated: