So sad and scary.
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You have to be pretty witty to make Billy Eichner laugh out loud!
The Pitch Perfect star stopped by the TruTV series on Tuesday to play a little game involving Katy Perry's pussycat Kitty Purry.
With questions ranging from the Super Bowl to cat litter, Anna is pushed to her comical limits as the feline trivia gets weirder and weirder with each passing second.
Plus, what does Lupita Nyong'o have to do with any of this??
Ch-ch-check out Billy's newest segment "What Does Katy Perry's Cat Care About?" (below)!!!
This breaks our hearts!
So, so sad!
The actor took to Instagram on Tuesday to announce the very tough decision. He shared:
"At approximately 11:15pm last night myself and @laurenhashianofficial had to make the painful decision to end Brutus' suffering by taking him off of life support and sending his soul to pup heaven. I held his lil' paw as he was finally at peace. As all puppies and dogs do, he ate a mushroom while playing outside with his brother Hobbs. This mushroom happened to have a lethal toxicity and within hours it was rapidly destroying his liver and immune system to the point of no return."
We first learned that Brutus was sick two weeks ago, when The Rock snapped a pic from the vet:
The two animal enthusiasts teamed up to produce a PSA about the terrible event in China that celebrates the brutalization and slaughter of defenseless dogs so they can be eaten for pleasure.
In the announcement, the Real Housewives star calls viewers to action, inviting them to participate in a march to the Chinese consulate in Los Angeles on World Animal Day — October 4.
We've learned EXCLUSIVELY that Lisa filmed the haunting video (above) in her home on the day before her birthday. She also included the Osbourne matriarch because they've been friends for a really long time, and Sharon shares Lisa's passion for their furry friends.
Miz Vanderpump has opened up to us in the past about the horrible holiday, but now she's explaining why she decided to organize the march:
"When I saw the horrific images of dogs being tortured and slaughtered for their meat my heart got heavy. Right then and there I said to myself, I'm going to do everything I can to put an end to this so called 'festival.' This is what I want on my epitaph. I want it to say this woman was instrumental in ending the barbaric torture of these poor creatures."
We're really proud of Lisa and Sharon for standing up against this terrible tradition, and we really hope they are able to make a difference.
If you're in the area on October 4, head to MacArthur Park at 10 a.m. to join the movement.