This is really sad to hear.
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This is so exciting!
The Grammys are all about honoring those who've made sweet, sweet music and so it comes as no surprise that 2016's MusiCares Person of the Year is Lionel Richie!
While that's AH-Mazing news by itself, we've got another exciting announcement because it was revealed on Tuesday that Demi Lovato, Meghan Trainor, John Legend, and Luke Bryan are all set to perform a tribute to Richie at the awards show on Monday.
The four artists will unite to salute the All Night Long singer as they perform several classic Lionel songs!
Not only that, but the 66-year-old will
There are some memories you never forget.
Gaby Hoffmann definitely has her fair share, as it was revealed on her Tuesday trip to HuffPost Live!
"We weren't friends. This is a totally strange, bizarre, anomalous moment."
And the 33-year-old continued:
"In those two years, I happened to be in school with these girls – at least Nicole. I don't remember that Kim Kardashian actually went to our school. But Nicole Richie invited me to her birthday party, and it was at Michael Jackson's Neverland! That's where this picture was taken… I wasn't even really friends with Nicole. I don't know why she invited me to this party, and I don't really even remember ever talking to Kim Kardashian."
Is that wild, or what??
In case you didn't know. the king of pop was Nicole's godfather, so that kind of explains it.
Sadly, Gaby never got to meet MJ himself, but she mentioned:
When a member from the audience asked Gwynnie what aspect of her life didn't turn out the way she planned, the Iron Man star frankly responded:
"My marriage. I am from a tribe of people who stay married. My parents stayed married until my dad died. I really don't come from a culture of divorce at all, and I had very high hopes for what my life could be."
GP and Chris "consciously uncoupled" over a year ago and have two children together, Moses, 9, and Apple, 11.
Paltrow's parents, filmmaker Bruce Paltrow and actress Blythe Danner, wed in 1969 and were married until 2002 when her father passed away from cancer.
It was difficult for the Gwyneth and Chris to say goodbye to over a decade of marriage, especially when their two kiddos were involved:
"I think that it was very difficult for me that I couldn't do that and that I wasn't able to be married to the father of my children for the rest of my life. It was very challenging for me in terms of having to re-assess what that said about me, ideas that I had about that kind of failure."
Fortunately, they've been able to remain close and spend time together as a family — for the kid's sake:
"Luckily my ex-husband is an incredibly good ex-husband and an amazing dad."
Sounds like they are handling the situation the best way possible!
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The precious pair took to Instagram to share some spooky snaps! The Good Charlotte member posted this scary pic (above) of himself clearly praying for help because that TERRIFYING clown is totally going to get him! LOL! He captioned the shot:
The 36-year-old's wife also uploaded an image of her own encounters with the creepy creatures at the attraction. Take a look (below)!
Dad is setting the record straight!!
The talented musician was quick to jump to his daughter's defense, saying:
"I'm going to set the record straight. They are so happy."
Aww, good to hear! Especially since the couple are proud parents of two lovely kids — we'd hate to see such a cute family split up!
While the pair haven't posted any coupley snaps as of late, we don't see that as any reason to worry… the two are just SUPER busy!! Not to mention they've been together for eight years which is basically a century by Hollywood standards!
So, do U believe Lionel?
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Wow. It's hard to believe it's been 14 years since that fateful day in New York City.
Although many hardworking men, women, and children tragically passed too soon, we still celebrate their lives every year — and we're not alone.
Many of Hollywood's biggest stars have taken to social media, posting touching tributes in remembrance of September 11, 2001.