Following her return, the artist took a moment to thank everyone for their "prayers, love, and support" -- and especially the North Bergen Police Department for bringing her home safe.
Sharing a picture alongside the NYPD, Miz Quigley penned:
Get ready for s'more music!
Sources over Zayn's camp have revealed that the singer is currently roughing it in the middle of the woods, recording in the woods!
Apparently, the 22-year-old followed his compass to a forest an hour-and-a-half outside of El Lay and is using the bare minimum amount of tools to record his new songs.
But a friend of Zayn's claims the spartan method is paying off:
So adorable AND refreshing!
We have a feeling Kardashian left her two other children, Penelope and Mason Disick back in El Lay with their aunties because she needs some alone time as the new season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians starts.
Considering there's a lot of emotional break-up moments in the latest installment of KUWTK, we can't say we blame her!
The mom of two captioned the reflective and gorgeous shot:
Ha! Great Davy Crockett impersonation, Kourt!
We just adore this Kourtney 2.0 — girl is a blast ever since she split from LD. From hanging out with friends to appreciating nature, the reality star looks like she has finally found happiness.
Enjoy the rest of your vacay!!
[Image via Instagram.]
Cloudy with a chance of shade.
Chrissy Teigen consistently shows off her sense of humor, but watching her try to get the hand of a green screen may be the best she's ever been!
The Lip Sync Battle host joined ABC13 in Houston on Thursday to give a seven-day forecast and couldn't quite grasp how the technology worked.
But the best part is that when she finally figures it out, she's blown away by the insane heat!
Ch-ch-check out a classic Chrissy moment (below)!!!
Our hearts continue to go out to everyone in South Asia.
As if the horrific earthquakes in Nepal and surrounding countries that killed just under 9,000 people weren't terrible enough, India is now suffering a deadly natural disaster of its own.
Over the past six weeks, over 800 people have died throughout India due to a severe heat wave that shows no signs of stopping anytime soon.
Temperatures have reached 117º F in parts of the country, and hospitals are currently doing their best to treat heatstroke after 551 people died in the state of Andhra Pradesh this past week alone.
In fact, it's so hot throughout the country that the asphalt roads are literally melting.
Andhra Pradesh's Special Commissioner for Disaster Management of P. Tulsi Rani has assured the state's citizens that the Indian government is doing everything it can to provide aid, saying: