Sorry, Zendaya! Khloé Kardashian & Odell Beckham Jr. Were 'Making Out' At Drake's Memorial Day Bash!
Apparently love was in the air at Drake's Memorial Day party on Monday!
Guess that's over then!
Damn! Hope Z wasn't too blindsided!
Well this was totally unexpected!
Underwood gushed over Patrick, saying:
"I have massive crush on Patrick Stewart. Always have, always will."
Woah! Your move, Mike Fisher!
Naturally, the singer's praises caught up with the actor and he had a hilarious response to Underwood's kind words! Check out the flawless reply (below)!
Unfortunately, they didn't end up making it to the concert.
Sir Ian has since revealed in an interview that he apparently turned down
What is this sorcery!?
The late night host and the Blunt Talk star made quite the magical duo as they performed routine, totally-not-staged magic tricks!
How the pair performed these illusions will leave you perplexed — until they very obviously mess up at the end. But at least they have great stage presence!
Check out the
magic trick illusion (below) to see if YOU notice the fail:
Patrick Stewart shared a very intimate moment with Conan O'Brien!
When Coco got curious about how the actors greeted each other with a kiss, the 75-year-old asked the host:
"Do you want to try it now? You're looking at me in a way I recognize."
That led to Sir Patrick planting one right on O'Brien in a moment of heated passion!
In fact, the kiss was so intense that Professor X needed to "chill the f*** out" afterwards, posting on his Twitter:
This is fantastic!
Back in July 2012, engaged couple Charlie Craig and David Mullins went to local bakery Masterpiece Cakeshop and asked for a wedding cake with the Sesame Street characters Bert and Ernie on it with the words "Support Gay Marriage" in icing.
Baker Jack Phillips refused to make it for them, citing religious reasons. However, he did provide them other baked good options.
Charlie and David took him to court for damages for discrimination and Phillips lost.
Phillips then took the case to an appeals court in Colorado where — despite Patrick Stewart's surprising support of the Bakery — it was just ruled by a judge that the baker CANNOT cite religion as his reason to refuse to bake a wedding cake for gay couples.
The couple was represented by the deputy legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union, Louise Melling, who said: