The Smiths have spoken!
So are they or aren't they??
Well, the Suicide Squad actor took to Facebook on Monday, writing:
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It seems like Dr. Walter Palmer might be in some legal hot water after all!
That's because the dentist — infamous for killing Cecil, a famous and well-liked lion, during a hunt in Zimbabwe in July — contacted the US Fish And Wildlife Service offices last this week!
Vanessa C. Kauffman, a spokesperson for the office confirmed the contact, saying in a statement:
This is so sad.
Bobbi Kristina's funeral — which is happening on Saturday morning at Saint James United Methodist Church in Alpharetta, Georgia — may be one big family drama between the Browns and the Houstons.
As we reported previously, the families had been in disagreement over how the funeral was to be set up. And now, according to a new report, the Brown family is worried the Houston family will try to sneak a photo of the body to sell.
Sources say the Browns are worried about a repeat of
The struggle is real for Scott Disick!
In the photo, Disick holds a place card at some type of event with the caption "Scott Disick Guest" on it.
Ch-ch-check out the snap, and take special note of his gloomy caption:
With allegations mounting against Bill Cosby, his former producer is hoping The Cosby Show's reputation won't crumble like that of its star.
Tom Werner is speaking out about the scandal surrounding the 78-year-old, who is accused of sexually assaulting — and sometimes drugging — over 40 women throughout the course of his career.
While the producer didn't want to comment on the comedian specifically, he did want to address what this could mean for the popular program.
Tom hopes that, in spite of the controversy surrounding its titular actor, The Cosby Show is still perceived with positivity, saying:
"The legacy of the show is obviously very important to me, because the show was a groundbreaking show and it portrayed a middle-class African American family in a very positive way. It had a lot of stories that resonated with families because people watched it together. Obviously it's a challenging time for Bill Cosby and a challenging time for the show, but I'm hoping that people will still be able to watch the show and identify with the Huxtables."
This is one of the first times the TV exec has spoken on the subject. He also released a statement about Bill back in November.
What do U think, Perezcious readers? Do the allegations against Bill change the way you think of the iconic Cosby Show? SOUND OFF in the comments!
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The accused gunman in last month's tragic shooting in Charleston, South Carolina has pleaded not guilty to all federal charges.
According to authorities, Dylann Roof had confessed to shooting and killing nine people at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on June 18.
The alleged murderer's lawyer admitted that the 21-year-old actually wanted to plead guilty to all 33 federal charges. However, the attorney said he couldn't allow his client to do so.
The counsel explained that he couldn't advise Dylann since the government is still deciding whether or not it will seek the death penalty for his accused crimes.
We hope that whatever the government decides, justice is served on behalf of all the victims and their families. Our hearts go out to everyone affected by this terrible tragedy.
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Rowdy Roddy Piper has passed away at 61 years old. The WWE star died of a heart attack in his Hollywood home on Thursday night.
In the '80s, the wrestling legend was one of the biggest names in the sport. The athlete's rep is very upset at his passing, saying:
"Rod was a good friend as well as a client and one of the most generous, sincere and authentic people I have ever known. This is a true loss to us all."
Nine years ago, Roddy — whose real name is Roderick George Toombs — was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma. But last year he said his cancer was in remission.
The Canadian had been pretty active on Twitter this week. On Thursday, he wrote about how he was supposed to appear on The Inappropriate Earl Podcast Friday afternoon.
The wrestler leaves behind his wife and four kids.
Our hearts go out to Roddy's loved ones during this difficult time.
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