It's pretty clear he's referencing Meek, but just in case you don't believe us...
Ch-ch-check out the shady moment and decide for yourself (below)!!!
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Now, the pop culture news show has officially announced that Menounos will be joining the team with Jason Kennedy, Terrence Jenkins, and Catt Sadler!
But that's not the only new addition to E! News! Three new correspondents — Zuri Hall, Erin Lim, and Sibley Scoles — will appear regularly on the show in addition to the digital series E! News Now!
Before snagging this expanded role, Menounos served as a fill in anchor on E! News along with co-hosting Extra with Mario Lopez.
The 37-year-old was also previously a correspondent on Access Hollywood and Today, so we think her credentials speak for themselves!
While Rancic's final day on the cable news show is August 10, she still plans to stay at E! co-hosting Fashion Police and the channel's Live From the Red Carpet award show coverage!
Are you excited for the new additions!?
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The two recently celebrated their one-year anniversary, so we're hoping it won't be too much longer before those wedding bells start chiming!
Joe sat down with Mario Lopez on Extra TV to chit-chat about his new movie, Magic Mike XXL, but of course the topic turned to his upcoming nuptials with the Colombian beauty.
The 38-year-old remembered the moment he got down on one knee in front of Sofia to ask her to marry him — IN SPANISH! He said:
We're so surprised!
So then why in the heck is Chrissy scared of swimsuits?!
She opened up to Mario Lopez (in the third person, LOL) about her bathing suit habits, saying:
"For the most part, Chrissy doesn't even get in a swimsuit anymore. Not even privately."
The model explains that she's worried she could be snapped showing some skin at any time:
On Thursday, the 54-year-old actor talked to EXTRA's Mario Lopez about his obsession with watching sports on television, something that his lawyer wife just isn't into!
The Gravity star explained:
"I watch sports, and it kills her… I got her into March Madness a little, I'm a huge Kentucky fan, so she got into that, but it was enough… So the next week was the Masters, and I'm watching that and she goes, ‘So every weekend we're gonna be watching a sporting event?' I'm like, 'Actually that's how it works.'"
When asked about his time at the fashion-forward event, he said:
Just tuning in to the showdown cost $100, and actual tickets were selling for MASSIVE amounts of money, so naturally it was a star-studded event.
But whether they were watching from the arena or from their couch, celebs took to Twitter to voice their disappointment with the total snooze-fest that was called the fight of the century.
When Mike Tyson is bored by a boxing match, it's safe to say the battle wasn't as epic as everyone thought it would be.
Ch-ch-check out the tweets (below)!
Ryan Reynolds has not been shy about want the new Deadpool movie to be rated R.
But he tweeted sadly today that he had lost his battle with the studio, and that the comic book movie would be rated PG-13:
But that turned out to be a prolonged April Fools Joke! Because he later Revealed:
On Sunday night, HBO aired its controversial documentary Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, and as expected it got people talking.
All the revelations about wire tapping, propaganda, how the organization treats Suppressive Persons, or SPs — it's pretty wild stuff!
Of course, there's no place on Earth more affected by Scientology than Hollywood.
So what did Hollywood think of Going Clear? Here are some of the best celeb reactions: