All of that money, and the bluetooth isn't hooked up.
No police caught Bruce, but cameras did, which is just as damning.
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And the responses keep coming!
And while the options for her replacement are already being discussed, at least one person is VERY proud of Kelly for standing up for her friend and making a decision based off of morals and not money!
And unsurprisingly that proud person is her momma Sharon Osbourne!
Here's what she tweeted
Seems like it was an honest mistake!
But when the band Tokio Hotel tweeted out to their followers about the Clarkson song and called it a cover - Kelly was pretty confused!
Which led to a series of amazing tweets between the two parties!
Here's how it first went down
That's because three more posters from the movie have surfaced and it's all Samuel L. Jackson's fault!
Here's what Samuel L. tweeted for his own poster:
We were so sad to hear about the death of Leonard Nimoy.
But even as we mourn the loss of the Star Trek star, we must also celebrate his life.
In addition to being Mr. Spock, Leonard was also an author, musician, and poet. He put this last skill to use in his last tweet Sunday night.
It would become a beautiful, serene, and tearful final message to fans. He tweeted:
Although it has been reported that the FP panel taped that specific episode three times and the E! News host reportedly said the same line every single take, Access Hollywood's Billy Bush finds that hard to believe — even confirming via text that Rancic said they taped the show only once.
During an episode of AH Live this week, Bush started talking about the E! controversy and defended his hosting peer.
This is the best!!!
The Biebs is looking forward to his Comedy Central Roast, so much so, that he wants his true hater Rogen to be on it! Justin tweeted:
Twitter can be a vicious arena, full of its fair share of trolls, but their abuse might be coming to an end.
In a recent interview, Twitter's CEO Dick Costolo had quite a bit to say about the social media company's newest effort to stop said internet trolls in their tracks.
Here's what Dick had to say about Twitter's recent effort at curtailing harassment: