Things are heating up so fast!
According to Us Weekly, Swift is on cloud nine right now:
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Barbara Corcoran is known for giving great advice to aspiring entrepreneurs on Shark Tank.
But the New York real estate mogul got major heat for advising business women to "yank up" their skirts in a now deleted tweet, in which she wrote:
"I find running a #business in a man's world to be a huge advantage. I wear bright colors, yank up my skirt + get attention."
While this anti-feminist advice seems like it would come out of the mouth of someone on Mad Men, the 67-year-old Shark isn't apologizing for her comment.
On Thursday, the mother-of-two appeared on Access Hollywood to defend her remarks — and even encourage them! She told Billy Bush and Kit Hoover:
Is Blake Lively hiding something?
The Gossip Girl star was spotted doing some VERY late-in-the-game reshoots on her upcoming movie The Shallows on Tuesday, and seemed a touch shier than usual.
While she's basically just wearing a bikini and a wetsuit in the girl-vs-shark thriller, Blake kept herself covered in a heavy robe and shirt most of the time.
She particularly seemed to cover her stomach, tying her robe around her midsection even while filming closeups — leading the Internet to speculate on just how productive all that hilarious sex with Ryan Reynolds is!
This is what she wore during production, BTW:
So close, but so far!
That's the situation in which Blake Lively finds herself in the first international trailer for The Shallows!
In the upcoming aquatic thriller, the 28-year-old plays a woman who is surfing alone on a secluded beach when she's attacked by a great white shark and gets stranded on a tiny rock just off shore.
She's only 200 yards from her survival, but the shark isn't letting her get away that easy!
This intense film looks to be yet another chilling trapped-by-the-elements story, like Ryan Reynolds' 2010 thriller Buried — where most of the film showed Blake's hubby buried alive in a coffin!
Though The Shallows doesn't look quite as claustrophobic, the lingering great white is enough to get our hearts racing!
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above) and go see the film in theaters June 24!
The marine-predator-filled natural disaster movie is back with vengeance… and some new faces!
We've been highly anticipating the upcoming sequel to Syfy's hit Sharknado franchise — and now that the cast of Sharknado 4 has been announced, we're thrashing in excitement!
Reprising their roles are Ian Ziering as the shark-fighting hero Fin Shepard, Tara Reid as April Wexler, David Hasselhoff as Fin's father, Col. Gil Shepard, and Ryan Newman as Fin and April's daughter Claudia.
But the fourth installment of the genre series, which takes place five years after the events of Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No, will introduce several new characters — most of whom we assume will be devoured by flying sharks.
First and foremost, Gary Busey will be joining the cast as
We heart the iHeartRadio Music Awards!
Unlike traditional ceremonies that honor music's best artists for their work, this show is all about "fan-fueled" entertainment.
Sure, the show has standard categories like Song of the Year and Artist of the Year, but fans can also vote for select categories socially — like Best Fan Army and Most Meme-able Moment! How fun!
If that doesn't sell you, the first scheduled performers for the third annual award show were announced on Tuesday, and they are none other Justin Bieber and Meghan Trainor — who are both nominated, along with Taylor Swift, Adele, Sam Smith, and The Weeknd, to name a few!
Check out the full list of nominees and find out who wins when the iHeartRadio Music Awards air April 3 on TBS, TNT, and truTV (below)!!!
There's nothing wrong with being the third wheel…
The Adventure of a Lifetime performer started out strong playing some of the the band's old hits, but when Bey and Bruno came out to join the performance — Martin went from looking like a headliner to a background performer!
At least the singer's daughter Apple Martin prepared him for this situation, telling him: "the worst that could happen is that you'll get turned into a meme."
Because that's exactly what happened: