They should change the name of the show to AWKWARD! With Kelly and Michael!
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We seriously don't understand what is going on in our country right now! On Monday, the Tennessee Senate passed a bill that could make it very difficult for LGBT individuals to receive mental health treatment.
For some reason, a slew of southern states have decided to recently pass discriminatory bills that target the rights of the LGBT community.
And now, the Volunteer State is following suit.
Legislators passed a bill that allows mental health experts like counselors and therapists can turn away patients that violate their "sincerely held principles," whatever the f*ck that's supposed to mean!
In fact, opponents are so concerned about the proposition's vague wording that they're worried it could also allow discrimination against people of color.
Democratic Senator Jeff Yarbo said:
Teen Mom OG's Catelynn Lowell is speaking out for the first time since entering an Arizona treatment facility.
ICYMI: In March, the 24-year-old's husband Tyler Baltierra took to Twitter with some concerning messages about the starlet, and only a couple days later, the momma announced she was heading out to Arizona to get back to her "normal self."
Now Catelynn is thanking her fans! She tweeted a short update on Tuesday:
It's no secret that Mischa Barton has had a lot of personal struggles she's dealt with over the years.
Now the young veteran actress is back in the spotlight, competing on the current season of Dancing With The Stars — before being eliminated Monday night anyway.
When People asked the sadly eliminated contestant why she left the Hollywood life after her hit Fox show, Mischa was actually very candid!
The 30-year-old dished:
On Tuesday, Holly Madison opened up about her struggles with her body following the birth of first child Rainbow Aurora with husband Pasquale Rotella.
However, now that the twosome are expecting a little boy, the blonde beauty is not looking forward to the race to lose the baby weight following her second kiddo's birth. Well that's fair.
In her blog post for E! News, the Girls Next Door alum explained:
Oh, Ruby Rose, we are so glad you're in a better place now.
The 30-year-old was reminded of her struggles when a fan showed her an old tweet from 2013 in which Ruby admitted to "losing [her] battle with depression."
In response to that difficult time, the actress wrote a heartfelt message for anybody who's dealing with the same hardship:
"I'm just feeling reflective because I chose to fight and I thought it meant I'd be able to live. I DIDNT think it meant I'd be able to live my dream. I DIDNT think it would result in this extraordinary life I get to be a part of now… It just makes me wonder how many others are days, hours, seconds away from realizing their worth.. Their potential.. And once the dark cloud is lifted will be truly happy and free."
We're so happy she was able to pull through!
She further elaborated on the situation during an E! interview at the 27th annual GLAAD Media Awards on April 2, saying:
After much speculation that Cara Delevingne was quitting modeling for good, the 23-year-old is telling her truth.
As we told you, the Paper Towns star made a triumphant return as the face of Yves Saint Laurent's upcoming campaign — which was a bit surprising to those who believed her days as a supermodel were behind her.
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