Best feud ever or nah?!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 29, 2015
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Taking it to the street!
Sesame Street will return for its 46th season – its first season straight to HBO — on January 16, 2016!
The brand new 30-minute format will feature new segments, cast members, opening numbers, and even a brand new set from that which Sesame Street fans have been accustomed!
These mark some of the boldest changes to the show in years!
But the preschool classic will continue to bring the biggest stars — Gwen Stefani, Pharrell, Nick Jonas, Sara Bareilles, Alan Cumming, Fifth Harmony, Gina Rodriguez, and Ne-Yo will all be making guest appearances this season!
The show is also adding a new character — Nina, a
Singer-songwriter, author, Broadway composer… that's quite an impressive resumé!
Sara Bareilles is responsible for some of our favorite jams like Love Song and Brave, and now has released a very personal memoir entitled Sounds Like Me: My Life (So Far) in Song where she opens up about her parents divorce, her struggle with body shaming as a child, and how her music saved a fan from suicide.
In a recent interview, the 35-year-old revealed some of the very important topics she covers in her book, which was a completely different writing experience for her:
"This felt much more laborious [than song writing] so in the end it was incredibly rewarding."
Her songs are always meaningful, so we are sure the penned pages will not disappoint.
Growing up, the songstress says she was bullied endlessly about her weight — ridicule that she admits still affects her today:
We were absolutely devastated to learn about the shooting Thursday at Umpqua Community College in Oregon.
A gunman opened fire on the school's campus, killing as many as 10 people and injuring 20 others. This terrible tragedy is one of many in the United States this year alone.
The shooter was reportedly killed in a firefight with authorities who were responding to the 9-1-1 call.
We aren't the only ones whose hearts were broken to hear about this sad, senseless act of violence. Celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres and Eva Longoria took to Twitter to express their grief and share their condolences, writing:
I can’t imagine what the families of UCC are going through. The world is rising up to hold you in the light. I hope you can feel our love.
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) October 1, 2015
Amy Schumer also used the status-sharing site to share her sadness, saying:
Love to Oregon
— Amy Schumer (@amyschumer) October 1, 2015
Take a look at all the other stars who responded to the horrifying attack in Oregon:
We are so insanely excited for The Waitress musical to hit Broadway early next year.
Sara Bareilles has written all the songs and she's releasing them as her next solo album, in anticipation of the show's debut.
The lead single, She Used To Be Mine, is Bareilles at her best!!!!!
Such an exquisite song crafter!!!
And we love that this musical is going to be so contemporary pop!
Check out the stunning tune above!