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Hillary Clinton has officially made HERstory, and a lot of people in Hollywood are thrilled!
On Tuesday, the Democrats named the former First Lady the party's presidential nominee, which makes her the first woman to ever be the official nominee of a major party!
We were getting incredibly emotional watching Miz Clinton break through the glass ceiling during the Democratic National Convention, but we weren't the only ones!
See what the celebs had to say about history being made (below)!
On Wednesday, the late icon was remembered in a top secret memorial service held by his ex-wives Manuela Testolini and Mayte Garcia at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in El Lay. Tissues, anyone?
It's said that the emotional event was a closely-guarded secret in the days leading up to the service. Obviously, since Prince was such an influential member in the industry, the event was attended by some of the biggest A-listers — including Spike Lee, Gwen Stefani, Dita Von Teese, Larry King, and more.
The Malcom X director even took to Instagram to tease that even his ensemble would properly honor Prince. He posted:
One day French Montana will have a story without a Kardashian name in the headline — but today is NOT that day, our friends!
French said he rallies behind West no matter what:
"I just spoke to him yesterday – it don't seem like he have problems. I just feel like Kanye West is a genius, and all the moves he do is calculated, so everything he says makes headlines. There's a method to his madness."
The Pop That rapper shared:
"Sometimes [calling someone a bitch] is [complimentary]; sometimes it's not. I think he means it in a good sense. He's so powerful that you felt his impact in that building without him even being there."
Not sold, but whatever!
"We was always like best friends, ya know."
Always the struggle…
The full interview airs March 14 on Ora TV. We might have to tune in to this one…
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Our hearts are just breaking for Celine Dion and her family.
As we previously reported, the songstress' husband, René Angélil, passed away on Thursday after losing his battle to throat cancer.
A statement has already been released by the family, and it's since taken a toll on many stars who have heard the news.
Among the stars sending their condolences are:
He will be sorely missed!
In an open letter titled Dear Basketball, the 37-year-old revealed that his current season on the Lakers would be his last!
While this announcement came as a shock to many fans — and even coach Byron Scott — Bryant received an outpouring of congratulations from famous friends and fans all over social media!
Find out which other celebs gave a shout out to the Lakers legend (below)!