This is really sad to hear.
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The LGBT community just got louder and prouder!
One of the best things about modern children's television is networks' desire to showcase more than just the white, nuclear family on their shows.
Take a look at Nickelodeon, for example — they're about to feature their first same-sex, married couple, who also happens to be interracial to boot!
The Loud House is a cartoon all about a boy named Lincoln trying to survive life with his ten sisters, but his best friend Clyde's parents will finally be introduced on this Wednesday's all-new episode.
Oh yeah… and the gay couple is voiced by none other than Wayne Brady and Michael McDonald!
The Loud House now joins other iconic kids' shows like The Legend of Korra, Steven Universe, Gravity Falls, Clarence, and Good Luck Charlie to feature gay couples, and we cannot wait to see which other series jump on board next.
C'mon, canon Adventure Time Bubbline ship!
Maybe stop doing stupid sh*t then, Jenelle…
That's why it's hardly surprising Jenelle's own mother Barbara Evans still has custody of her grandson Jace six years after we were first introduced to the family on 16 & Pregnant!
Well, just in case you thought the 24-year-old and her estranged momma were ever going to work things out… MTV just caused even more drama between the Teen Mom 2 stars during Monday night's Being Barbara special.
Apparently, Jenelle had been heavily promoting the hour-long episode on social media… but as soon as she tuned in to watch Barbara's tell-all, she realized she was edited to be the villain!
In fact, Jenny was so pissed off about looking "so f*cking stupid" in front of America, that she tweeted — and deleted — a tempter tantrum on Twitter, saying:
Future mayyy not want to read this…
Speaking to People on Monday while rehearsing for hosting the Kids' Choice Sports Awards, the Seattle Seahawks quarterback opened up about the moment he saw the R&B singer walking down the aisle and becoming a stepfather to Cici's two-year-old son Future Zahir.
The 27-year-old gushed of the big day:
"I'll tell you, the best part of the wedding was watching her walk down the aisle. I had so many [thoughts], but to see her gracefully walk down the aisle in that long train … and to realize I was going to spend the rest of my life with her gives me chills."
The athlete said he knew the Texas native was his soulmate from the moment they met:
"Ever since the first day I met her, she's always been, honestly, my best friend. We've been so close."
We're not crying, you are!
As far as the "low-key and private" wedding, Wilson says all the guests got down on the dance floor to none other than Earth, Wind & Fire until the early morning — which you know, got him and Ciara more than ready to consummate their nuptials:
So much is changing for JWoww!
Jenni Farley may only be about two months removed from giving birth to her second child with hubby Roger Mathews, but you'd never know it based on all the changes she's undergoing!
The former Jersey Shore star is already back to rocking hot bikinis with her bangin' post-baby bod, and now, she's also changing things up with her hairstyle!!
The proud momma wrote on social media this week that she was tired of her 'mom look' and wanted a change… and her longtime hairstylis, Joei Campanelli, complied!
Ch-ch-check out the hot new look posted to JWoww's Instagram page (below):
Snapchat – it's not for everyone!
The popular photo sharing app was sent a class action lawsuit on Thursday for allegedly exposing minors to "sexually offensive" material!
According to the suit, which was filed by celeb attorney Mark Geragos on behalf of a 14-year-old boy and his mother in the Central District of California, the app's Snapchat Discover feature frequently suggests sexually explicit content without a proper warning.
The complaint specifically points out a BuzzFeed feature that was promoted on the app earlier this month, which was titled "23 Pictures That Are Too Real If You've Ever Had Sex With a Penis."
The article featured several popular Disney characters associated with NSFW sexual acts and innuendo (you know, BuzzFeed's usual bread and butter), which the lawsuit claims is a violation of the Communications Decency Act.
In the court documents published by The Hollywood Reporter, the complaint reads: