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He's taking his talents to Cleveland. Again.
LeBron James may be famous for being fickle when it comes to picking which city to call home… but we think the latest news out of the basketball star's camp may decide that once and for all.
That's because it was announced on Thursday that the Cleveland Cavaliers small forward just scored his very own reality show on CNBC!
Cleveland Hustles will follow LeBron and his friend Maverick Carter as they teach four young entrepreneurs how to build up their small businesses all in the hopes of revitalizing the city of Cleveland!
So it's basically Shark Tank, but for a better cause and with more star power.
Make sure to catch LeBron's docu-series premiere this Summer on CNBC!
[Image via LeBron James/Instagram.]
Best wishes for Ellie Day!
The wife of professional golfer Jason Day, Ellie was at a basketball game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night when she got a little TOO much of LeBron James!
Yes, that's possible.
In the fourth quarter of the very close game at Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena, the NBA star was hustling hard trying to save a loose ball when he ran into the stands — and right into Ellie, knocking her over and landing on top of her with all 6'8" and 250 pounds of his athletic frame!!
Watch the whole thing go down (below):
Taylor Swift knows a thing or two about topping the charts.
The Wildest Dreams singer took the no. 1 spot on Vanity Fair's "Powers That Be" list, due to her strong media presence and victory over Apple Music! The magazine wrote:
"Swift isn't merely the world's favorite pop star, putting up sales numbers that are nearly unfathomable in the post-Napster age—she is also using her platform to make giant companies conform to her will."
Ranking at the number 2 spot is Disney's Chief Bob Iger, who is making Mickey Mouse VERY happy after aquiring Pixar, Marvel, and LucasFilms — and is who we can thank for the upcoming Star Wars movies!
Athlete/Trainwreck scene stealer LeBron James ranked at
Now this is how to live like a king!
Earlier this week, LeBron James announced that he's partnering with the University of Akron and offering full college scholarships to potentially thousands of children coming out of his I Promise campaign!
The campaign and scholarship — the requirements of which haven't been fully finalized yet — will likely be something like this: for every student in Akron, Ohio to finish LeBron's I Promise campaign in high school (and there are nearly 2,300 of them!), the basketball star will cover their college tuition at UA!
The first eligible group is this year's class, currently in seventh grade, which will graduate high school in 2021 and be sent off en masse to college by King James himself!
LeBron spoke about the scholarships, telling reporters:
It appears we weren't the only ones shocked by Lenny Kravitz's in-concert penis snafu on Tuesday. After splitting his pants on stage and having his manhood go viral, Steven Tyler sent The Chamber performer the perfect response to cheer him up following his peen drama.
Kravitz took to Twitter to share a screenshot of a text from the Aerosmith frontman.
Everybody get up, it's time to slam now! We got a real jam goin' down, welcome to the Space Jam!
Sorry, we just had to get that out of our systems!!
While there wasn't much evidence that the followup flick would ever actually happen, the NBA star sent out a tweet today that has our hopes higher than ever! He wrote:
Who knew LeBron James could act?!
The King is no stranger to being the focus of the small screen — sometimes for, um, interesting reasons — but his silver screen credentials hadn't really been tested before Trainwreck with Amy Schumer and Bill Hader.
The Judd Apatow film is chock full of comedic actors — and James, who makes a surprise cameo!
Maverick Carter, James' business manager, relays just how much experience and work James needed before going on screen (none!):