So this is what justice feels like?
Bill Cosby has allegedly been raping women for the past 50 years, but luckily his reign of terror is about to come to an end.
Related: Kanye West Declares Bill Cosby INNOCENT!
That's because just days after a Pennsylvania judge ruled that the former funny man can be tried on criminal charges, 20/20 decided to shed even more light on his history of sexual assault with their Cosby on Trial special.
The hour-long ABC News report aired Friday night and featured several interviews with Bill's accusers, updates on the case itself, and some mighty fine reporting from Elizabeth Vargas!
We cannot wait to see how the rest of this story plays out.
Ch-ch-check out the best bits from Cosby on Trial (below)!!!
We're just lucky the collab happened anyways!!
Paul McCartney appeared on BBC Radio 4's show Mastertapes to discuss his career with host John Wilson, and over the course of a 45-minute interview where the former Beatles singer revealed so much about his life and times, he also tipped off one VERY inneresting modern day tidbit!
Related: Kim Kardashian Calls Kanye The Love Of Her Life!
McCartney revealed to Wilson that All Day — the hugely popular track on Kanye West's The Life Of Pablo — nearly never made it to the public after the rock star was advised by Oprah Winfrey, of all people, NOT to work with Yeezy!
Oprah had gotten on Paul's case because, as he tells it, she didn't approve of 'Ye's use of the 'n-word,' and she strongly angled McCartney not to collaborate with the rapper.
The British musician revealed:
Fallout from the Justin Bieber controversy continues!
Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb were on the TODAY Show Tuesday morning, and they got around to talking about Justin's recent controversial post on Instagram– and delivered some wisdom!
Related: OMG! The Biebs' Face During Pink's BBMAs Performance!
While discussing Bieber's thoughts about the Billboard Music Awards, Kathie Lee gave a very poignant piece of advice to JB if he is really struggling with it all: get out of show business!!
Watch Kathie Lee break it down respectfully, clearly, and honestly pretty logically (below):
Even though Anne Hathaway may be a family-friendly actress, don't think she doesn't have a mean streak!
The Alice Through The Looking Glass star was at a press junket promoting her new film this week when she admitted that although she loves the family-friendly movies she makes, she wants something a little more… intense.
Intense, like, a Quentin Tarantino film!!
Related: Anne Unintentionally Shaded The Kardashians!
Whoa!! That'd be crazy to see Anne in a film directed by the legendary — and intense — filmmaker, but she said she's up for the challenge because of something he does really well:
Another day of The Donald acting like… The Donald.
Donald Trump was on FOX & Friends on Sunday morning — by phone — and the presumptive GOP presidential nominee got on the topic of allowing guns in schools if he were to become president.
Related: Olivia Wilde Says Trump Is A 'Loser' & 'Wouldn't Survive 5 Minutes' As A Refugee!
The Donald is already on the record as being a gun lover, and on Sunday morning, he went for more.
Appearing on the FOX News show, he responded to a moment when the hosts played a Hillary Clinton video by advocating for putting guns in the hands of teachers.
The Donald revealed his absurd idea for allowing guns in classrooms, saying on the show:
This is horrifying.
During a performance in Studio City, California on Saturday night, former Megadeth drummer Nick Menza collapsed on stage and died.
He was 51 years old.
Related: Original Beastie Boys Member Passes Away
The drummer — who had been with Megadeth between 1989 and 1998 — was performing with his band OHM at the Baked Potato Jazz Club in Studio City when he suddenly collapsed and became lifeless.
According to TMZ, paramedics at the scene were reporting the death as most likely being a heart attack.
Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine took to Twitter and had a difficult time wrapping his head around the horrible news (below):
Morley Safer, the longest-serving reporter in 60 Minutes history has passed away at the age of 84.
No cause of death was given, but Morley only retired from the longstanding CBS show last week after working for the show for 46 years!
Related: Joe Jackson Was Hospitalized Again!
The reporter originally joined the news program in 1970, only two years after it launched, and worked there ever since.
Safer contributed to over 919 reports over the years and after retiring last week due to poor health, 60 Minutes aired a special hour-long career retrospective last Sunday!
CNN anchor and 60 Minutes contributor Anderson Cooper remembered Morley fondly, saying: