Well, this should be inneresting and slightly awkward.
Simon Cowell's sudden pregnancy with Lauren Silverman shocked more than a few people…
…likely including her current, yet divorcing, husband Andrew Silverman.
And now both Simon's baby mama and his former BFF are speaking out about the oh-so unexpected bump that's causing a whole lotta dramz.
Lauren, who recently debuted her famous tiny tummy for all to see has commented:
Penis drawings don't count as treason, right? We hope not for the BBC's sake!
On the morning program BBC Breakfast, producers failed to notice this naughty sight in one of their video packages.
And speaking of packages, yes that is a penis drawn on a photo of Prince William and Kate Middleton. The BBC quickly released an official statement apologizing for the offensive image, stating:
"This image was shown fleetingly within a comedy promotional video for Barbershopera, a humorous barbershop group, who were appearing later on in the program.
The material was provided by Barbershopera but we failed to spot the offending material within it. We apologize for this."
If you're wondering what the heck this video was, you can see the whole thing …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Rolling Stone created quite a stir when they made the controversial decision to put Boston Bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover of their most recent issue, three months after the horrific incident took place.
But Jack Osbourne may have come up with the perfect solution for the pop culture magazine to show their support for all of the victims!
These moms LOVE hits from the bong!
A bunch of moms from Beverly Hills, California have started a new hobby they believe makes them better mommies!
Not exercise, dieting, or therapy, but actually marijuana!
These mothers have started a group called the Beverly Hills Cannabis Club, and it's where these lady parents gather together to relax with some pot and some good conversation!
See what your take is on this controversial story by watching the video (above) !!!
By now, you know our stance on Rolling Stone's decision to put Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (one of the Boston Bombers) on the cover of their magazine: they had every right to do it, but that doesn't mean they should have.
First we heard that CVS was taking a stand against the insensitive placement, one that is usually an honor for those who are lucky enough to get on the cover because it's a sign of having 'made it' to fame. Now, we're hearing that the magazine has been pulled out of nearly 2,000 7-Eleven stores, with more on the horizon.
Remember when we declared that Keith Olbermann got a new job, and that it was waaaay more basebally than the last?
It looks like we were OFFICIALLY right — just, with ESPN instead of TBS! LOLz!
He'll be hosting an 11 pm show on ESPN 2, and it debuts on Aug. 26th — this was JUST announced! We still don't have a title, though, which is super bogus this late in the game! Here's what Keith said about it:
If you didn't know, it was announced that Rolling Stone's next cover is going to feature Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who was one of two awful people who thought it was a good and okay thing to set off bombs at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. As a shocker to no one, people are PISSED about it!
Not only are people calling for a boycott of the issue (and the magazine as a whole), but we're hearing that even some businesses are refusing to carry it — INCLUDING CVS!
That's major! The company released the following statement: