And we know the name too!
But the biggest news is that the name of the series will be
In honor of Mother's Day, Time magazine has posted its annual Letters From Mom feature, which publishes open letters from influential mothers to their children.
"Every day, I wake up thinking about how much I love, admire and cherish each of you. I gave birth to two of you, but I have four incredible daughters. Writing this brought to mind all the ways you guys have been such a blessing to me."
She went on to address each one individually, explaining to Kelly and Angie that, while they aren't biologically her children, she loves them as if they are.
Tina also admired Solange's individuality:
"I knew when you were born three days late that you would walk to the beat of your own drum. You were always my rebel warrior! Always defending the underdog and fighting for what you believe in."
She even had a very special message for Beyonce and her Beyhive:
We thought this classic show was coming back to television, but the project seems to have crashed and burned!
The Osbournes TV series was seemingly coming back in the form of a reboot, but the re-making of this classic reality show is apparently dead in the water!
We're not sure exactly why the former MTV series won't be appearing on VH1 but the Executive VP of original programming and production at VH1, Susan Levison, said:
Damn! Is Hilary Duff's two-year-old son Luca already macking on the ladies?!
Well not quite.
But the So Yesterday singer's baby boy did go on an ice cream date with no other than Jack Osbourne's two-year-old daughter Pearl!
We guess it's never too early to start hitting the dating scene!
red white carpet!
This outing is the bump's first public appearance — even though the couple revealed their pregnancy just this month, they're already half-way through.
Woo hoo! Congrats, you two!
Jack Osbourne and his wife Lisa are already parents to the super adorable two-year-old Pearl, and they're adding another to their brood!
Ozzy Osbourne's son shared this photo (above), with the caption
Mark Wahlberg has portrayed a cop in several of his blockbuster hits. But has his research influenced him to become one in real life?!
In a situation where art imitates life, the Boston actor apparently wants to pardon his 1988 assault conviction — where he physically attacked two men and allegedly voiced racial slurs at them — in order to become a reserve officer.
The only problem is that becoming a reservist would require him to possibly use a firearm and convicted felons are, reasonably so, not allowed to handle dangerous weapons.
In his application to the Massachusetts Parole Board, the 43-year-old has admitted wrongdoing:
One of the founding fathers of Reality Television is about to make a comeback!
While The Osbournes originally ran for four seasons on MTV from 2002 to 2005, her family is now getting an eight-episode follow-up in 2015!