The evidence is expanding... And no, we don't mean baby bumps!
Here's what has fans speculating Miley is ready to pop out a little Aussie demigod:
[Image via Daniel Tanner/WENN.]
On Tuesday, the president's Secretary of Education pick Betsy DeVos was confirmed by the Senate — and she BARELY made the cut!
Mike Pence cast the deciding vote for her nomination in a historic tie-breaker. It was the first time in history the Vice President was called to break a tie on a cabinet nomination.
And for good reason…
The Amway heiress has been blasted by teachers' unions and public education advocates alike for her lack of teaching experience, her dismantling of the Michigan school system with disastrous results, and her belief that public schools should have guns to fight off grizzly bear attacks.
Needless to say, critics had a lot to say about DeVos' appointment — celebs like Stephen Colbert, Seth MacFarlane, Piers Morgan, and Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui had some particularly scathing words for the new Education Secretary, Pence, and the cowardly Republican Congress!
See the strongest responses (below)!
Every day, it seems like Hollywood is dreading January 20 more and more.
The racist Republican
addressed bashed the media at Trump Tower, calling CNN a "fake news" organization and describing BuzzFeed as a "failing pile of garbage."
False and false.
Not to mention, he was pretty pissy when he compared the leak of those explosive golden shower allegations to something that would have taken place in Nazi Germany…
And the A-listers couldn't handle it.
Ch-ch-check out the best responses (below):
Gotta honor the best!
We're just over two months away from the 59th Annual Grammy Awards, but the list of nominees is phenomenal!
Unsurprisingly, Bey leads the field with NINE nominations for Lemonade including Album of the Year and Song of the Year! The Queen's nine nods bring her career total to 62 making her the MOST-nominated female artist in Grammy history! If Jay Z's wife is able to win eight of the categories, she'll have 28 total awards and surpass country star Alison Krauss as the winningest female!
Ch-ch-check out all the nominees (below) and let us know who you think should win album of the year!
One source dished to E! News:
"It was a mutual breakup. They are still friends and care about each other, but it's not the right time for them now as a couple."
Whomp, whomp. In case you forgot, the twosome became official back in October 2014 when they hit the Carousel of Hope Ball in Beverly Hills together.
We're honestly heartbroken to learn these two have broken up, especially after they both gushed about each other to Ellen DeGeneres. Just last year, Groban told the daytime TV queen:
This is too perfect!
Donald Trump has had a wacky habit of using any ol' song he wants on the campaign trail this year, all without permission. And musicians are getting really tired of it!
Thankfully, a few of them partnered up with John Oliver on Last Week Tonight to FINALLY do something about it!
On Sunday night's episode on HBO, Oliver opened up the segment explaining how politicians have pretty much co-opted pop and rock music on the campaign trail, before giving way to an amazing group of artists singing a NEW song about the problem!
Led by Usher, the funny music video included riffs from Sheryl Crow, John Mellencamp, Cyndi Lauper, Josh Groban, and Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons — and it delivered a VERY clear message to politicians: stop using our songs!!!
Ch-ch-check out the funny video (below):
Oh, what a night!
As you surely know, Sunday evening was the biggest night in musical theater as the Tony Awards aired on CBS. And boy, they certainly didn't disappoint!
While Hamilton lived up to expectations by SLAYING their performance and winning several awards, there were plenty of other memorable musical moments that didn't have ANYTHING to do with the Broadway phenomenon. Hey, it's not called the Hamil-tonys. LOLz!
We mean, James Corden's opening number alone was sheer perfection! Be sure to ch-ch-check out the rest of the stellar performances from this year's Tonys (below).