Fergie is back!
And has so many amazing moments, we had to break it down GIF by GIF!
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That was a lot to take in…
Real Housewives of New York is usually the shining star of the hit Bravo franchise when it comes to pure entertainment value, but Wednesday's episode certainly offered up a lot more of the "real" than we're used to getting.
That's because THREE different housewives broke into tears during the most recent episode, but for entirely different reasons.
For starters, things didn't go so well for Bethenny Frankel's pre-op consultation for her fibroids… because the thought of having to make a living will for Bryn only made her realize how lonely she's been feeling lately.
Similarly, Sonja Morgan earned her weekly stipend by crying on camera over some stuffed animals that reminded her of her former family… seems about right.
However, it was newbie Jules Wainstein who really proved to be the episode's heavy-hitter — aside from BFF extraordinare Dorinda Medley — as she broke down over her then-failing/now-failed marriage to husband Michael.
To be honest, he sounds like a pretty terrible father and an even worse partner.
Carole Radizwill, friend Heather Thomson, Countess LuAnn de Lesseps, and Ramona Singer may all have made appearances as well… but who really knows??
Ch-ch-check out the unusually emotional highlight from Wednesday night's RHONY (below)!!!
It had to happen, right?
After Seth Rogen and Co. released the HIGHlariously dark Red Band trailer for the animated comedy Sausage Party, we hoped that no child would ever have to lay eyes on the totally effed up story about ill-fated grocery food items who try to avoid getting mercilessly eaten by humans.
So, when audiences in Concord, California showed up to watch the new family film Finding Dory, they were understandably shocked to watch a trailer for the non-family friendly R-rated film ahead of the PG Pixar sequel!
Theatergoers were so upset and offended by the trailer — which features animated food items getting killed in a Saving Private Ryan-esque grocery store massacre — that Brenden Concord 14 theatres had to release an apology!
After the accidental adult screening earlier this month, Brenden's VP of operations Walter Eichinger said it was a mistake that was caught quickly, releasing the statement:
On Tuesday, Dennis Quaid's wife Kimberly filed for divorce in El Lay while The Parent Trap actor was away in Vancouver working on his Crackle show titled The Art Of More. Eek.
However, this news in no way blindsided the industry vet as the twosome have since released a joint statement about their split. The former flames explained: