Kanye West never disappoints when it comes to special occasions.
Well, you have to admit Yeezy slays when it comes to lavishing his wife with affection!
Check out the beautiful tweet (below)!
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Of course, after the scary incident last week, the dancing show wasn't going to take any risks as they beefed up security by adding six guards and changing some protocols. Not only that, but Ryan also got some special support this week from the DWTS pros who came out wearing "Lochte" T-shirts with a heart around his name. Awwww!
Once the show got started though, things ran smoothly as all the celebs and their professional dance partners had a BLAST in routines inspired by TV shows!
Of course there were TONS of AH-Mazing performances from
This seems like a very Tara reason to get upset.
Not only do they HIGHlariously have to refer to the Sharknado actress as the star of 2005's Taradise in order to keep with the theme of the show… but Tara and boyfriend Dean May are perhaps WE tv's most difficult pair ever!
Don't believe us??
Well, in our exclusive sneak peek of this Friday's episode, host/counselor Elizabeth Carroll wants the five celebrity couples to engage in a sex-positive exercise using puppets to act out their bedroom fantasies.
Obviously this sounds like the worst idea EVER to Tara… so she promptly walks off set and refuses to tape the segment out of embarrassment!
Luckily, at least castmates Lisa D'Amato, Brittish Williams, Memphitz, Michelle Money, and Cody Satler seem down for some sexy puppet time! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out a sneak peek of MBC:RS before it airs this Friday, July 15 at 9 p.m. EST on WE tv (above)!!!
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May is always a rough time of year for television lovers…
Since most TV shows usually finish up their seasons in the Spring, it's always interesting to see which series get to live on to the Fall, and which will never be heard of again.
Unfortunately for fans, 13 shows failed to make the cut on Thursday as ABC, FOX, CBS, and The CW each cancelled at least one of their programs!
As you probably already saw, hit series Nashville and Castle were both discarded by the House of Mouse amidst behind-the-scenes drama, while Supergirl barely survived thanks to a move to a new channel.
So… which shows won't be making it to the 2016-2017 season??
Miss Piggy is all about making an entrance — but her new look has got her coming in like a Wrecking Ball!
We don't know exactly why the fine swine changing up her style, but her makeover seems to be encouraged by comic duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele!
After finding out about a new visitor who is heading to the Muppets' set, the Key & Peele stars warn MP and Kermit to listen to the visitor's crazy suggestions or their show will get cancelled — and hilarity ensues:
Jimmy Fallon has a ton of fun games he plays most nights on The Tonight Show, but once in a while he does something to melt our hearts.
Last night, the late night host did just that as he called upon his friends at Sesame Street to help him out and photobomb some pictures with a few unsuspecting kids.
While the pictures were incredibly cute, it was the kids' reactions when they found out what happened that had us feeling all warm and fuzzy!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazingly adorable stunt (below) and be prepared for cuteness!
The Muppets may not be getting the best reviews for their ABC show, but they're certainly still trying to stay fresh with their commercials!
Ch-ch-check it out (above) and tell us what YOU think!
Watch out, Kermit! Joseph Gordon-Levitt is coming for your pig!
The Walk star will be playing himself on an upcoming episode of The Muppets, and will find himself involved in a poker night with Scooter, Pepe, and the "cool" clique of the muppet gang!
JGL is no stranger to Jim Henson's creations — he's set to star and produce in the upcoming Fraggle Rock movie!
But the actor isn't the only star who will grace his presence on the December 1 episode of the ABC comedy!
Dave Grohl will also play himself in the episode, and will be challenging Animal to an old school drum off!
This won't be the first Muppet experience for The Foo Fighters frontman either. He appeared in the 2011 feature film as Animool — Animal's counterpart in the knock off Moopets!
Titled "Going, Going, Gonzo," the episode will also mark the Muppets revival debut of the Great Gonzo — Gonzo's adrenaline seeking alter ego!
Are YOU watching The Muppets Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on ABC?
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