We're not sure WHY these people are famous, but we are definitely here for the drama!
Allow us to give you a play-by-play...
See the ego blows (below)!
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One thing is for sure: Camila Cabello stays busy!!
The singer teased the collab with a pic of the three of them together on her Instagram account (as you can see, above!) that she captioned "vroom vroom," but it's the leaked videos that REALLY have people talking!!
Below, ch-ch-check out what is reportedly Camila and Pit Bull working together on a music video in this clip of leaked video:
Oh WOW, Donald Trump is not going to like this!!!
A newspaper called El Nacional in the Dominican Republic just apologized on Saturday afternoon after mistakenly using a photo of Alec Baldwin dressed as The Donald on Saturday Night Live in a story about the real Donald Trump! Oops!!
The paper placed the photo right next to one of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and published the day's edition before ever realizing their BIG mistake — and while the news organization was quick and forceful in their sincere apology, it still made everyone laugh!
Here's the pic, via Twitter, of the newspaper's erroneous page (below):
The late Jenni Rivera's life has been turned into TV show fodder — and her estate is not having it.
Jenni Rivera Enterprises has filed a lawsuit to the tune of $10 million against Univision over the TV series Su Nombre Era Dolores, La Jenn Que Yo Conoci ("Her Name Was Dolores, the Jenn That I Knew") which began airing last month.
The series is based on a tell-all book written by Pete Salgado, who was Rivera's on-again/off-again manager for several years.
However, according to court documents, Salgado had signed a non-disclosure agreement, and is now in breach of that contract due to his association with the show.
The estate further asserts that some scenes from the series are defamatory towards Jenni and her five children.
In case you missed it, Univision released a trailer (below) for the show back in December:
Luis Fonsi has been successfully working the Spanish language market for many years now, but….
He just released our favorite song of his ever!!
Despacito is the best reggaeton tune we've heard yet in 2017! And it features Perezcious fave Daddy Yankee too!
Such a bop!! Tremendo!!
Check it out above!
Well, at least Donald Trump finally answered the question — though it seems to be a pretty stupid answer.
After Drumpf doubled down on his Border Wall talk on Wednesday, Mexico's government once again stood firm that they had no intention of paying for the pointless structure.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto even canceled his scheduled meeting with the POTUS over the issue.
Well, not only did The Donald try to save face by saying the cancelation was mutual, which isn't a thing, he also FINALLY revealed his master plan to get Mexico to pay for the wall.
He's going to put a 20 percent tax on imported goods from Mexico.
Press Secretary and Dippin' Dots ice cream antagonist Sean Spicer explained:
"By doing it that we can do $10 billion a year and easily pay for the wall just through that mechanism alone. That's really going to provide the funding."
The thing is, a tax on the imported goods is all but guaranteed to generate an increase on prices to the consumer here in the U.S.
Meaning in essence that once again the American people will be paying for the wall.
When asked this obvious question by reporters, Spicer responded:
"I'm not going to get into it."
Great dodge, Sean. Man, he could learn a thing or two from Kellyanne Conway.
Even Republicans seem to think this tax is a terrible idea. South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham tweeted:
Considering in his first White House press conference, Press Secretary Sean Spicer used some sort of time warping magic to change reality to fit boss Donald Trump's whims, we figured his first official briefing with the press might be worth watching.
After all, if they can turn THAT Inauguration crowd into 1.5 million, just think what they can do with the unemployment rate! Ha!
The first press briefing under Spicer began with the White House employee summarizing the Trumpster's activities of the day — including a meeting between the Commander-in-Chief and business leaders as well as a presidential memorandum where Donald withdrew the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Not to mention, Sean noted the president signed an executive order which bans the country from sending funds to organizations that provide abortions abroad. It's like it's the '80s all over again! See? Time warp!
Oof. However, our ears perked up when