Things are heating up so fast!
According to Us Weekly, Swift is on cloud nine right now:
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This is the most random news we've ever heard… and we completely love it!
Luckily, the Watch What Happens Live! star can basically do whatever he wants, which includes creating and hosting his own awards show called The Bravos to honor his on-camera employees' hard work!
In typical Bravo fashion, these aren't your regular ol' categories either — The Sorry Not Sorry Award, Susan Lucci Award for Best Performance in a Reality Show, and Jumpsuit Achievement are just three of the coveted .
Although.. they're certainly no Perezies. LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out all 12 categories for the first annual Bravos (below)!!!
Jerry O'Connell might be playing a hot male nanny on the small screen — but he's totally not down with having one IRL!
The 42-year-old actor — who shares 7-year-old twin girls Dolly and Charlie with wife Rebecca Romijn — told Us Weekly that he wouldn't be comfortable with someone like his character on Mistresses hanging around his family.
"I'm not sure if given the chance to hire myself as a manny in my family, I don't think I would allow that to happen. I'm sorry if that's closed-minded of me. I just wouldn't allow that — I wouldn't be comfortable with that. I would explain to my wife and to my children that I was not comfortable with a manny around."
What's he so afraid of?!
But, considering the crazy number of Nannygates we've been witnessing, we guess we can't blame him!
The NYC native also said it was strange being the only real-life parent on the female-driven cast:
And while other rumored frontrunner Jerry O'Connell admitted he has yet to be approached by the ABC morning program, he would definitely have a hard time turning the offer down!
Speaking at a press event on Monday for his upcoming role on Mistresses, the actor said it would be a "dream" to work next to Ripa every morning!
He told Us Weekly:
We knew it was too good to be true…
One of the best things to come out of this whole Live! with Kelly and Michael drama is that we get to speculate for weeks about who will be taking Michael Strahan's seat next to Kelly Ripa next month!
There have been rumors that Anderson Cooper, Jerry O'Connell, and Mario Lopez are currently the front-runners for the open spot, and now one of their biggest competitors has officially dropped out of the race.
The 47-year-old spoke to UsWeekly at the Below Deck: Mediterranean premiere on Thursday where he denied rumors that he'd be taking over for Michael, saying:
The whole drama surrounding Live with Kelly and Michael has almost been out of control ever since Michael Strahan announced he would be leaving!
Well Kelly did receive an apology from Disney and ABC for not letting her know about Strahan's exit first, but she was OBVIOUSLY still pretty pissed about the whole thing at her first show back yesterday.
One of the biggest surprises from the former soap opera star's return though was that the show announced Michael would no longer be leaving in September, but rather his last Live show would be May 13 — four months early!
While this sounds like the network trying to make up for their mistakes, an insider revealed to Us Weekly that Kelly is still "talking about leaving."
The insider went on to reveal that even though Jerry O'Connell is being considered, Ripa
Our hearts are just breaking!
As a longtime industry vet, we can only imagine that Chyna's loss is felt across Hollywood. In fact, many in Tinseltown have since taken to Twitter and Instagram to pay tribute to the late athlete — including Hulk Hogan, Jerry O'Connell, Alyssa Milano, and many more.
Check out their reactions (below).
Move over, Kris Jenner!
It seems as though another stage parent may be making their presence known in Hollywood. While promoting JCPenney's new Get Your Penney's Worth campaign this week, Jerry O'Connell revealed that only one of his twins daughters is eager to follow in his acting footsteps.
The former child star dished:
"My children had to audition for [High School Musical at their school]. I had one child who did audition and I had another child who would not audition. I could not get her in there. It's pretty crazy how quickly I became a stage father."
HIGHlarious! In case you forgot, the Jerry Maguire actor has twin girls, Dolly Rebecca Rose and Charlie Tamara Tulip, with wife Rebecca Romijn.
Though it appears he'd like both of his kiddos to pursue theatre, Jerry isn't going to force their hand. He added: