We have no idea what Olivia Newton-John thinks about that wild Grease fan theory that Sandy was dead the whole movie, but she is getting candid about the less cray stuff!
Specifically, while she was on Tuesday night's Watch What Happens Live, Andy Cohen took a caller who asked her what she thought of Grease 2. Ha! Finally!
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And her answer??
"Not a lot."
Dayum, Sandy! But she ain't wrong!
See what she had to say about herself and John Travolta being asked back for the sequel (below)!
In a new interview with Good Morning America on Monday, John Travolta recalled the tragic death of his 16-year-old son Jett back in 2009.
If you don't remember, the Life And Death Of John Gotti actor and wife Kelly Preston's eldest child, who was autistic and suffered from seizures, passed away after having a seizure and hitting his head on a bathtub while on vacation as a family in the Bahamas.
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While promoting the upcoming flick about the infamous mob boss, John revealed how the birth of son Benjamin Hunter a year after Jett's passing helped bring them, along with now 16-year-old daughter Ella Bleu, back together:
"We certainly have bonded together. Certainly having little Ben has been a beautiful kind of glue for us to rebond after a tremendous loss."
Travolta has previously spoken out on Jett's death, confessing "[that was] the worst thing that's ever happened in my life."
It sounds like the famous family can always count on each other for support. Catch the clip from the 62-year-old's interview (below):
The 2016 Emmy Awards nominations are officially here!
We cannot believe it's been nearly a year since we last celebrated the best that TV has to offer, but luckily, Anthony Anderson and Lauren Graham are here to change all that.
That's because the Black-ish actor and the Gilmore Girls actress woke up extra early on Thursday to announce the list of talented artists behind the best shows on television!
Following last year's iconic wins for Viola Davis, Uzo Aduba, and the entire cast of Game of Thrones, who does the Academy think deserves recognition this time around??
Ch-ch-check out a full list of nominees for the 2016 Emmy Awards (below)!!!
The murder trial of O.J. Simpson found its way back under the public microscope after being the subject of Ryan Murphy's fascinating anthology series American Crime Story.
And with the case now decades in the past, O.J.'s former defense attorney Robert Shapiro finally revealed what his client whispered in his ear after the jury found him not guilty.
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In an interview with Megyn Kelly on Tuesday, the 73-year-old discussed the highly-publicized 1995 double murder trial — including the former NFL star's first words to him after being acquitted in the deaths of his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend Ron Goldman.
Shapiro, who was played by John Travolta in the FX crime drama, remembered Simpson whispered in his ear:
One of the most captivating shows of the year has already come and gone as The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story aired its big finale Tuesday night — and it certainly was dramatic!
Sure, we already knew what was going to happen, but that doesn't mean there wasn't any tension as the verdict was finally revealed in the trial of the century! *SPOILERS AHEAD*
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The episode started with Johnnie Cochran (Courtney B. Vance) teasing everyone — including O.J. Simpson — and making us believe that the athlete was