Madonna knows how to spoil her fans!
In honor of the 25th anniversary of the documentary Madonna: Truth or Dare, the Material Girl surprised 400 fans who were at a screening of the film at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. AH-Mazing!
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As you surely know, the 1991 flick documented Madge's international Blond Ambition World Tour. Of course, MTOD means a lot too the 58-year-old as it not only captured one of her most successful tours, but it was also directed by close pal Alek Keshishian.
On her surprise appearance on Wednesday, one source dished:
Super sad news coming out of the land of television today.
If you've ever watched Law & Order (and come on, who hasn't?), you know and love Steven Hill, the actor who played the show's original district attorney, Adam Schiff, from 1990-2000.
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Sadly, the television veteran passed away on Tuesday, according to the New York Times. He was 94 years old.
Hill wasn't just known for playing D.A. Schiff on the famous NBC show — he worked for more than 50 years, starring in such television shows as Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1957), The Untouchables (1962), King (1978), and thirtysomething (1988).
Notably, he was also the man who originated the role of
This is definitely something to write home about!
If you're like us, then chances are that Debbie Gibson was probably your biggest pop star obsession back in the late '80s.
Well, imagine how lucky we felt early Monday morning when we got to appear alongside the music icon on Hallmark Channel's Home & Family!
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Not only was it amazingly fun to get to hang out with Debbie Matenopoulos, Orly Shani, Matt Iseman, and the rest of the gang… but we actually got to hear Mizz Gibson herself RAP!!!
Thanks for having us, Hallmark!
Ch-ch-check out a sneak peek of our episode of Home & Family before it airs Monday, August 22 at 10 a.m. EST on Hallmark Channel (above)!!!
How the mighty have fallen — and how quickly, too!
Ryan Lochte nearly exited the 2016 Summer Olympics as one of the most decorated and respected American athletes… only he threw that all away when he decided to lie about an armed robbery in Rio de Janeiro.
However, we shouldn't let one slip of the mind undo all those years of hard work, so we figured it would be the perfect Friday to flashback to Ryan in his prime:
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The era of What Would Ryan Lochte Do?, of course!!!
Longtime Perezcious readers may recall that moment in 2013 when the 32-year-old swimmer admitted that his real dream in life was to become the next Kim Kardashian West.
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter about his own reality show three years ago, Ryan revealed his Kardashian desires, saying:
Remember Viktor Krum?!
Well, all you Harry Potter fans might remember the Scandinavian student of Durmstrang Institute the way the film franchise depicted him: super serious expression, close-cropped haircut, and muscly, tattoo-free skin.
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But now, about 11 years after Stan Yanevski brought the Goblet Of Fire character to life to duke it out with Harry in the Triwizard Tournament, the actor's Instagram account is gaining steam.
Why? Probably because he couldn't look less like his Wizarding World counterpart!
Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
This definitely doesn't suck!
The Vampire Diaries has been The CW's flagship series for seven years now, but unlike the characters in the show, nothing can last forever.
It's already been announced that the upcoming eighth season of the Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, and Paul Wesley drama will be its last, but it looks like the network has already found its replacement!
That's because according to a Deadline report out Thursday, The CW has ordered a TV adaptation of the 1987 classic The Lost Boys from Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas!
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But this isn't some regular 'ol remake — apparently, Rob wants to make this the channel's first