She's back and she's ready to rock!
Fergie is ready to fire up her music career again, after spending some time with her baby boy Axl (we can't believe he's already 1!), and she's never looked better.
The 39-year-old singer belted out the National Anthem before the Los Angeles Clippers' home opener on Thursday night in Los Angeles.
Well here's a celebrity beef we never saw coming!!
There's no question that Michael Jordan is often regarded as the greatest basketball players of all time, but for those of you who don't already know, he's also become a pretty darn good golfer in his retirement!
Well MJ was recently asked which celebs he would love to putt his stuff with, and he said he wouldn't mind playing a few holes with Barack Obama! However, he quickly changed his mind, saying:
It's not often that a group of ginormous, full grown men dressed up as Frozen characters make us say, AWWWWWWWW!!!!
However, this is a rare exception!
Earlier this week, and handful of players from the Boston Bruins decided to bring Halloween to Boston Children's Hospital a bit early and gave some kiddies a trick-or-treat experience they'll NEVER forget!
This is an absolutely heartbreaking example of a bright star that never got a chance to shine to its full potential.
22-year-old Oscar Taveras, regarded as one of the top prospects in MLB, tragically died on Sunday after a fatal car accident in his home of the Dominican Republic.
The St. Louis Cardinals outfielder was reportedly driving on the highway with his 18-year-old girlfriend Edilia Arvelo when he lost control of his car and drove off the road. Edilia also died in the crash.
Cardinals General Manager John Mozeliak spoke out about the sad news, saying:
It's still so hard to believe that Robin Williams is actually gone.
The whole world is still missing Robin, so his life and career were celebrated at Game 5 of the World Series!
It all went down at AT&T Park in San Francisco on Sunday, with Robin's kids Zak, Zelda and Cody.
There was a tribute that showed all of Robin's best characters up on the big screen, reminding us of how talented he really was. But that's not all.