Well this explains A LOT!
One source dished to Page Six that the dramz:
[Image via Ivan Nikolov/WENN.]
We're gonna miss Michelle Obama so much when she's no longer First Lady, but we might be getting more magazine covers from her!
In that way, it's a plus!
The venerable FLOTUS appears on the cover of T Magazine, looking like a stunning warrior goddess who will cut down enemies with one glance.
Also, her bone structure is FIRE!
Check out a second shot of MObama and a cover shot of Lady GaGa in the gallery (above)!
[Image via T Magazine]
Rashida Jones is one smart cookie!
Even though the Angie Tribeca star graduated from Harvard University back in 1997, she has still been discouraged from speaking her mind about politics because she's a mere "stupid celebrity."
But when the actress returned to her alma mater to guest speak at the class of 2016's Class Day celebration — she made it clear she wasn't holding back.
She told the crowd:
We can't even begin to express our heartbreak over the tragic situation in Paris.
Similarly to ourselves, many celebrities are horrified and sickened by the senseless terrorist attack.
Take a look at the heartsick and supportive tweets (below):
What a classic!
We can't believe it's been 15 years since we last saw the group of slackers and nerds walk the halls of William McKinley High School.
Even though Freaks and Geeks only managed to last one season — as it was cancelled too soon by NBC — creator Judd Apatow managed to find a ton of young talent that went on to be quite successful!
On Thursday, Michael Jackson's music producer, Quincy Jones, was rushed to the hospital in El Lay after experiencing chest pains. Yikes!
Initially, it was reported that the 82-year-old felt a shortness of breath while at his Bel-Air residence when the ambulance was called. Scary!
However, a rep from Quincy's team has since confirmed:
This sounds VERY inneresting!
It was revealed last week that Toy Story 4 would be a love story revolving around Woody and Bo Peep!
If that wasn't exciting enough for you, John Lasseter, the chief creative officer of Pixar and Disney Animation Studios, as well as the director for the upcoming film, stopped by Disney's D23 Expo to give some more information about the flick!
Lasseter spoke with the audience about the bonnet-wearing sheep herder and shared that:
"I love Bo Peep. And we never got to know her backstory. She wasn't in Toy Story 3 at all, so it really set us up nicely for her to come back. It's a very special story."
He went on to explain that the inspiration for the story actually came from someone very close to him — his wife!
He told the audience: