Fergie is back!
And has so many amazing moments, we had to break it down GIF by GIF!
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Asking the tough questions, we see.
That's because teasers for the penultimate episode of the FYI late night show made their way online Tuesday, and the conversations actually seemed pretty topical.
Also, Lance Bass, Holly Robinson Pete, Jamie Kennedy, and Shameless' Shanola Hampton were there…
Ch-ch-check out TWO sneak peeks of Kocktails with Khloé before it airs Wednesday, April 13 at 10 p.m. EST on FYI (below)!!!
One of the most captivating shows of the year has already come and gone as The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story aired its big finale Tuesday night — and it certainly was dramatic!
Sure, we already knew what was going to happen, but that doesn't mean there wasn't any tension as the verdict was finally revealed in the trial of the century! *SPOILERS AHEAD*
The episode started with Johnnie Cochran (Courtney B. Vance) teasing everyone — including O.J. Simpson — and making us believe that the athlete was
Kesha is ready to take her fight with Dr. Luke to the next level.
On Monday, a sourced dished that the Tik Tok singer is considering enlisting the help of Dan Petrocelli, who is best known for representing the father of murder victim Ron Goldman in the wrongful death civil lawsuit against O.J. Simpson. Ooh, the big guns!
The insider noted:
Could it actually be possible that O.J. Simpson really was innocent all along?!
Well, Martin Sheen certainly thinks so!
The Hollywood Reporter reports the 75-year-old will be an executive producer on an upcoming docuseries that aims to prove the scandalized star didn't actually murder ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.
Investigation Discovery has picked up the six-part production, which will also be narrated by the Grace and Frankie star.
The show will be based on the work of private investigator William C. Dear, who wrote a book titled O.J. Is Innocent and I Can Prove It.
In the manuscript, William provides "never-before seen evidence" AND another theory about what really happened that fateful night in Brentwood.
Still skeptical? So was ID president Henry Schleiff, who is now singing a different tune, saying: