What a relief!
Given the freaky circumstances, RiRi and Elliott were terribly concerned.
Check out the official announcement (below)!
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Is anyone else totally uncomfortable?
And it seems that the rest of the internet thought the A-list couple's apology was as uncomfortable as we did — we mean, even Ricky Gervais chimed in. LOLz!
We doubt that the Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce, who waged war on the law breaking twosome, is going to be thrilled that this attempt at a "mea culpa" is becoming an internet meme.
Be sure to ch-ch-check out the best reactions from Twitter on this bizarre vid (below).
While the series went off the air over a decade ago, Gervais did show up as his character, David Brent, from the original series on the U.S. version.
Now Ricky has brought the character back for one more awkward road trip with a solo film titled David Brent: Life on the Road!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious trailer (below) and let us know if you're excited to see the funnyman return to one of his most famous characters!
Whoa! We've been waiting for this!
As you know, the pair announced their decision to divorce last June and shortly after reports went rampant that Affleck had an affair with the beloved couple's kids' nanny Christine Ouzounian.
Now, Garner is ready to talk — and she's saying the 28-year-old employee had nothing to do with the divorce.
Miz Garner explained:
"It was a real marriage. It wasn't for the cameras. And it was a huge priority for me to stay in it. And that did not work."
Apparently, there's more to the story:
With so many opinions flooding the internet every day, we're now living in an age where no joke comes without some sort of public backlash.
British comic Stephen Fry has never been shy about sharing what's on his mind, but after Twitter users took offense to a joke he said while hosting the BAFTA Awards this weekend, he decided to tap out of the social media site altogether!
During Sunday's award show, the host playfully called Mad Max: Fury Road costume designer Jenny Beavan a "bag lady," quipping:
The SAG Awards have commenced!
Unlike other shows, the Screen Actors Guild doesn't need no fancy musical numbers or celebrity roast to kick off their show (sorry, Ricky Gervais!).
But what better way to kick off the night of actors honoring their peers with some "I'm an actor" introductions?
The intimate opening panned through the crowd of celebs, who each turned to the camera to introduce themselves to the audience!
Jeffery Tambor quipped about playing Maura Pfefferman in Transparent, and The Big Bang Theory's Kunal Nayyar talked about his first acting role — playing a terrorist!
Check out the opening (above) to hear introductions from Anna Chlumsky, Rami Malek, and Queen Latifah!
And check out the ongoing winners list HERE!
What a response!
Netflix's hit docuseries Making a Murderer seems to have EVERYONE binge-watching and following the story of Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey, who were accused of murdering Teresa Halbach in 2005.
With enough twists and turns to make you a bit queasy, we weren't the only ones enthralled by the controversial documentary.
Ch-ch-check out the best celeb reactions on Twitter (below):
If there was an award for most ridiculous host, T.J. Miller would win hands down.
The funny man opened the Critics' Choice Awards with a HIGHlarious filmed bit where he paid tribute to the year's best films, including Straight Outta Compton and Mad Max: Fury Road!
But the craziness wasn't over!
When the Silicon Valley star took the stage, he delivered joke after joke, zinger after zinger! From SLAMMING Ricky Gervais' offensive Golden Globes monologue, to dissing the term "Netflix and chill," the comedian totally won the audience over!
We hope he gets more hosting gigs from this appearance! We would definitely watch!
To watch Mr. Miller's knee-slapping intro, ch-ch-check out the clip (above)!
And be sure to check out ALL the winners as they're announced HERE!