But we're just going to have to do the usual freakout, since she's still underage...
[Image via Kylie Jenner/Instagram.]
This is just so sad.
Gage Garmo, the terminally ill teen whose dream was to meet Eminem, lost his battle with cancer one day after his dream came true.
On Sunday, Eminem visited the 17-year-old in his Michigan home, where they chatted about Gage's two loves: hip-hop and football. Their meeting was arranged via The Rainbow Connection, a charity which grants terminally ill children their wishes.
On Monday, Gage passed away from Osteoarcoma, an aggressive bone cancer.
Rainbow Connection's Ingrid Todt said Gage's spirits were raised when the rapper arrived:
"Gage sat up with a grin on his face. His family hadn't seen their son do that in such a long time."
Before his death, Gage also met with members of the Detroit Lions, his favorite NFL team, including Eric Ebron and Reggie Bush.
Our thanks to Eminem for his act of kindness, and our condolences to Gage's family and friends.
We're so impressed by how Dan Diaz is coping with his wife's untimely death.
Before Brittany died, she made numerous pleas to challenge lawmakers AND the public to make death with dignity possible for all Americans.
Now that Maynard is no longer here, the senior manager plans to uphold her legacy by working hard to pass right-to-die laws, and he intends to start in his home state of California.
As for coping emotionally with his wife's death, Dan revealed:
This fills our hearts with so much love!
Over the weekend, Giuliana Rancic launched a brand new personal blog where she hopes to connect with fans and share updates about her various projects.
And what better way to kick off her fabulous website than with a touching tribute to former Fashion Police co-star and friend Joan Rivers!
In her first entry, the 40-year-old television personality talks about the show's return without the legendary comedian.
Charlie Hebdo will not be silenced by terror attacks.
The satirical magazine that was the site of the Paris Terror attack where 12 people were killed, including four of their own cartoonists, will publish an issue this week at an estimated record three million copies.
To put that into perspective, the publication generally publishes 60,000 copies on a regular week.
It was originally believed that the magazine would sell about a million copies this week, however the increase in copies comes from the outpouring of support from around the world following the jihadist attack.
The cover (above) shows
Cancer is the worst!
Actor and comedian Taylor Negron passed away on Saturday at 57 years old, after battling cancer.
The official announcement was made by his cousin Chuck Negron, from Three Dog Night, who filmed an emotional video for Taylor's friends, family, and fans (below).
Taylor had a long career, appearing in films like
One of the manliest men to ever grace the silver screen has passed away.
Rod Taylor, star of 1960's The Time Machine, died Wednesday of natural causes at the age of 84.
The athletic Aussie starred in dozens of films and TV shows over the course of his career, most recently as Winston Churchill in Inglourious Basterds.
But he was probably best known as the charming hero who has a meet-cute with — and then must rescue — Tippi Hedron in Alfred Hitchcock's horror classic The Birds.
We'll always remember him as one of our first onscreen crushes. So sad.
We leave you with our favorite picture of Rod (below), and for us that's saying something: