Fergie is back!
And has so many amazing moments, we had to break it down GIF by GIF!
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Who says something like this?!
Early Sunday morning marked another tragic event in our country as a man by the name of Omar Mateen opened fire on a gay night club in Orlando, Florida killing 50 — including himself — as well as injuring 53 more.
While we've received quite a few updates and details about the incident — including a possible connection to ISIS — it seems the one thing we could REALLY do without is Geraldo Rivera and the rest of the peanut gallery at Fox and Friends' commentary.
On Monday morning, Geraldo appeared on Fox News to cover the terrible incident that occurred over the weekend.
We've already heard some awful responses, like Donald Trump's asinine comments about wanting to use more bombs and limit Muslims in our country, but the controversial reporter made sure to cover all the offensive bases Trump missed by suggesting the victims could have done more to protect themselves!
Can't wait to see the next installment — especially now with Sir Anthony Hopkins!
The legendary actor is all set to join the next Transformers installment with Michael Bay also returning to direct the film.
Movie fans will like to hear that even though the cast for Paramount and Hasbro's next flick is being kept mostly under wraps, it also appears that Mark Wahlberg will also return as the only cast member from Age Of Extinction that is expected to reprise his role.
Really, though, we just can't wait to see Hopkins act in this one — we haven't seen him on screen since Collide, and he's obviously one of the best ever!
What do U think of him joining Transformers 5?! Let us know in the comments (below)!
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This week, Paramount Pictures announced the official title of the next Transformers movie, Transformers: The Last Knight!
Well it didn't take long for the first major casting news to drop, in the form of someone from the robot franchise's past — Josh Duhamel!
Duhamel will be reprising his role as Lieutenant Colonel Lennox, who appeared in the first three movies but didn't show up in the most recent flick, Transformers: Age of Extinction.
In all the excitement, Josh took to Twitter to share his announcement (below):
Hollywood is swarming with celeb kids who have some of the biggest stars as parents.
Needless to say these children have very different childhoods than most of us — but we think it's really impressive when the Nicole Richie's, Jennifer Garner's, and Mark Wahlberg's of the industry can really put the well-being of their offspring first.
So we gotta know how you'd rank these parental units…
Monday marks a particularly special day in Boston as the 120th Boston Marathon will be held throughout the city.
This has become even more emotional since the bombing attacks from 2013 transformed the event from an exhibition of human fitness to an expression of human indomitability.
Mark Wahlberg is making a movie about those tragic events, titled Patriots Day.
On Saturday, the Ted star decided to take some time away from filming to stop by the Revere Hotel Boston to visit the 68 members of the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital's Race for Rehab team to give an inspiring speech!
Part of what makes this so cool is not only is Spaulding Rehab the location where 32 bombing survivors were treated following the tragedy, but there are three survivors on the current team — Heather Abbott, Roseanne Sdoia, and police officer Dic Donohue.
Mark showed up in a blue sweatshirt, his Red Sox baseball hat, and some blue jeans as he addressed the small group saying:
This will be quite the role change!
Alex Wolff, best known for his work on Nickelodeon with The Naked Brothers Band and other FAR more light-hearted work, has been now confirmed to be attached to a new project about the two Boston Marathon bombers.
In the new flick, which is called Patriots Day and will be out in December, Wolff is set to portray Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the younger of the two brothers who bombed the Boston Marathon back in 2013.
Three people were killed in that horrific attack, with more than 250 others injured, many severely.
Of course, Dzhokhar survived the incident and aftermath only to be taken into custody after hiding in a boat in the backyard of a home, though his older brother and co-conspirator Tamerlan was killed in a shootout with police soon after the bombing.
The film is set to
To catch you up, the city is in trouble following a 2014 water supply switch from Detroit to a local water source. Unfortunately for the town's residents, the supply was found to contain high levels of lead which grossly affected MANY children.
On Sunday, the Tonight Show host announced on Twitter that he was donating $10,000 to Community Foundation Greater Flint — and asked his supporters to do the same:
And he's not the only one lending a hand…
Marky Mark and Puff also put on their capes and donated one million water bottles from their El Lay-based bottled water company AQUAhydrate. Flint is expected to receive 5,000 cases by Wednesday, and the business also promised to continue sending aid until the contamination problem is fixed.
What an incredible use of resources! Who would've ever guessed that much water could come out of LA!
We just love selfless acts of kindness from these celebs!
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