It's nice to see couples being supportive of one another.
She took to Twitter Tuesday morning, saying:
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If you weren't already worried Donald Trump had no clue what he was doing re: North Korea, get ready to start sweating!
In an interview on Tuesday morning's Fox & Friends, the only show he likes anymore, the POTUS totally showed his foreign policy hand. And it was empty. And tiny.
When Ainsley Earnhardt asked about a possible U.S. military strike on the Asian nation, Trump replied:
Well, this is a moment!
We love Lauren's pop of red, but we kind of wish this flowy, low-cut number didn't have the two thinner straps over the shoulders?? Something just isn't allowing this number to give us EVERYTHING.
The comedian didn't take any crazy risks either in a traditional black tux and his usual scruff.
Nonetheless, a classic look.
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With Seth disguised as a cameraman, Billy tells passersby the Neighbors star has just died. Then he asks them to say nice things… if they know who he is anyway.
If you feel like this is kind of too mean, well… you're not alone. Seth looks TOTALLY uncomfortable through most of the vid.
He even throws Billy under the bus, telling one woman:
"He made me do this."
The good news is, several people just couldn't believe it wasn't a prank, mostly due to recognizing Eichner. The price of fame, we guess…
Ch-ch-check out the ersatz sadness (below)!
This is the best thing we've seen since she roasted Justin Bieber!
While the world may be facing imminent doom thanks to America's Presidential election, at least we can still take solace in the fact we're living in the golden age of television.
For their debut helping of Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party, the bestiez invited noted marijuana enthusiasts Wiz Khalifa, Seth Rogen, and Ice Cube over for a fried chicken competition, a round of two thighs and a truth, and even a masterclass on killing chickens with vodka from Martha herself!
Plus, they even had time for a performance from Anderson Paak!
Although, we think Seth should be brought back every week — if only to give Martha more opportunities to say "Sausage Party" again. LOLz!!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious HIGHlight of Martha & Snoop's premiere (below)!!!
How do we know this? Well several of our favorite celebs took to Twitter and Instagram to praise the MLB team following their game 7 win — including Amy Schumer, Michelle Obama, Seth Rogen, Hillary Clinton, and more!
Now many of these stars might've been inspired to send love the Chicago-based team's way because this World Series win marks the end of their 108 year "curse". Fierce.
Be sure to ch-ch-check out all of the best celebrity reactions to game 7 for yourself (below)! You won't regret it.