It's good to be Brianne Sidonie Desaulniers Brie Larson right now!
During an interview with Elle magazine, the March cover star said:
Imagine being hugged by your fave! Wouldn't you just die?!
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This is great news!
We knew things were on the up and up for Lamar Odom after he was able to go hiking with Kim Kardashian West and estranged wife Khloé Kardashian over the weekend — and now we've learned that his cognitive functions have made a miraculous recovery as well.
According to TMZ, the former athlete has his sights set on returning to the basketball court — but for now is taking it one day at a time.
The 36-year-old has made such tremendous strides, you would never know he suffered 12 strokes after a nearly-fatal overdose back in October.
The source reports Lamar's recall is back as he is now able to recognize friends and family members — and even process thoughts and carry on conversations.
Although there a still subtle issues with speech and memory lapses, L.O. is expected to live independently in the next few months.
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This is still such tragic news.
It's been four days since legendary BMX rider Dave Mirra committed suicide inside of his truck in Greenville, North Carolina, and we're still learning new details about what led to his untimely death.
While some doctors have linked Dave's mental state to the concussion-related degenerative brain disease CTE, which affects professional athletes after they retire, the 14-time X Games gold medalist's friends say his alleged depression was actually due to a
Glad to hear he's doing so much better now, but this is scary!
Matt LeBlanc had it all on the sitcom Friends, but when that ended, the actor realized he was burned out, mentally exhausted, and in need of a break.
He probably just didn't think it'd take SO long to get back to his old self!
In a new and very personal interview, LeBlanc shared what happened with him wanting to stay FAR away from Hollywood when the sitcom ended its run:
We cannot even begin to imagine what they're going through right now.
As we previously reported, legendary BMX biker Dave Mirra was found dead from an apparent suicide on Thursday, and his family is still reeling from the shock.
While the athlete's friends and competitors have already offered their respects, Dave's wife Lauren Blackwell Mirra has now broken her silence following his untimely death.
In a statement through Dave's agent Steve Astephen, Lauren and her family honored the father-of-two on Friday while thanking fans for their support, saying: