We're just so glad he seems happy!
The source spilled:
Awww that's so amazing!
The insider added:
[Image via Guillermo Proano/WENN.]
Now, the stars of the NBA are following suit to launch a series of TV ads calling to stop gun violence.
Spike Lee has partnered with advocacy group Everytown for Gun Safety to direct the ads featuring basketball's biggest players!
Stephen Curry, Joakim Noah, Carmelo Anthony, and Chris Paul all appear in the PSA — intercut between testimonies of gun violence victims.
In one TV spot, Curry remembers hearing the story of a 3-year-old girl who had been shot, saying:
"My daughter Riley's that age."
The striking ads will air on Christmas day during the NBA's high profile games. Watch a clip (below):
In the wake of yet another tragic shooting, stars are banning together to speak out with President Barack Obama in an effort to put a stop to shootings in America!
The montage includes voices of random citizens and famous stars that encourages others to have a positive outlook on lowering fatalities caused by gun violence!
The PSA was created by organization Everytown for Gun Safety on the heels of the San Bernardino shootings, where a radicalized Muslim couple killed 14 people.
Ch-ch-check out the uplifting video (below)!
We just hope this doesn't happen again!
Well now, we are hearing the official word as to what lead to the incident that left the legendary actor with several injuries.
According to a report from the National Transportation Safety Board, the vintage yellow and silver WWII aircraft malfunctioned because it's carburetor was worn-out and broken.
Essentially, the machine part became loose and rotated after years of use.
The document explains:
"The unseated jet would have allowed an increased fuel flow through the main metering orifice, producing an extremely rich fuel-to-air ratio, which would have resulted in the loss of engine power."
According to the Board, it is not required to check the status of this equipment prior to flight.
In air, the Star Wars thespian realized something wasn't right.
The report states:
"Shortly after takeoff, the pilot advised the air traffic control tower controller that the engine had lost power, and the pilot requested an immediate return to the airport. The pilot initiated a left turn toward the airport; however, during the approach, he realized that the airplane was unable to reach the runway. Subsequently, the airplane struck the top of a tree and then impacted the ground in an open area of a golf course."
We're just glad Harrison survived the crash.
[Image via CNN.]