Well we can't say we're surprised...
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"Remember Kaitlyn — we all thought she was gonna go with Nick, and she picked Shawn on The Bachelorette. Jennifer Hudson lost on American Idol — our fellow Americans voted for Fantasia! I'm telling you, sh*t happens in America. They thought Jennifer Hudson had it in the bag. Don't let Fantasia win on Nov. 8!"
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As we're SURE you're probably aware, the second Presidential debate went down Sunday night at Washington University in St Louis, Missouri — and it certainly was interesting, to say the least!
Since there was that whole MASSIVE scandal over the weekend regarding Donald's sexist remarks in 2005, the candidates of course addressed what the 70-year-old was caught on tape saying and celebs tore him apart online!
The former Celebrity Apprentice star tried to brush off his lewd comments saying it was just "locker room" talk, but stars like Anna Kendrick, Mark Ruffalo, Katy Perry, Stephen Colbert, and of course Rosie O'Donnell weren't having it at all!
Ch-ch-check out ALL of the best Twitter reactions (below) and let us know what you thought of last night's showdown!
Unfortunately, the horrific events didn't stop there though as there was another shooting on Thursday night in Dallas that left five police officers dead and another seven injured.
The attack, which is now the deadliest in U.S. law enforcement history since September 11, 2001, occurred during a Black Lives Matter protest over the deaths of Alton and Philando as multiple officers were shot by snipers.
Obviously people are quite upset over the injustice that we've seen in our country, but violence and taking innocent lives is not the right course of action as celebs like John Legend, Demi Lovato, and more took to Twitter to share similar sentiments regarding the recent Dallas shootings!
Check out the most powerful reactions (below) and let us know how you feel about the recent shootings.
Michael Moore needs to REST!
On the heels of bringing light to the water crisis in his hometown of Flint, Michigan, Michael revealed to fans that he developed a terrible case of pneumonia and has been hospitalized.
Moore attributed the illness to non-stop political activism and the making of his latest film Where To Invade Next?, a movie about the striking differences between America and other countries. The director has been working on the illuminating flick for years.
The activist explained:
She can see blockbusters from her house!
After American Sniper's record-breaking premiere, it was only a matter of time until some people started to take issue with the film's stance on war and killing.
Well, Sarah Palin loved the movie, and she's here to tell you to shove it!