Today is the day!
To get her fans extra excited, the 19-year-old teased some of the goodies to Snapchat on Thursday. Take a look (below):
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As you may know by now, legendary singer and songwriter Leonard Cohen passed away at the age of 82.
Cohen was best known for writing Hallelujah which was popularized by Jeff Buckley in the early '90s, but the Canadian artist left a lasting impact on several singers as many celebs took to Twitter to pay their respects.
Ch-ch-check out all the sweet celebrity reactions to Leonard's death (below) and let us know if you'll be honoring the artist in any way today!
2016 might have been one of the most politically active years for celebrities EVER!
While plenty of celebs tend to stay neutral on hot-button issues as to not upset fans, this election we've seen dozens of stars voice their opinions on this year's vote, especially where it concerns Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Take comedian and Twitter activist Judd Apatow, for instance. The funny man dedicated multiple tweets a day to convince fans of Trump's evils and lack of presidential qualities. If only it worked, *sigh*!
As for celeb opinions off the internet, Katy Perry held a few benefit concerts in Hillary's honor in an effort to get the first woman in the White House. Let's just say the singer did NOT hold back at these star-studded events!
So, now that the results are in, ch-ch-check out how celebrities are reacting (below)!
As you may know, the 45-year-old comedienne now dates Miz Beckinsale's former partner and father to her teenage daughter Lily, Michael Sheen.
But unlike most relationships between former and current girlfriends, Kate and Sarah totally get along!
Further proving their close friendship on Tuesday, the 43-year-old actress shared a side-by-side of throwback photos of herself and Silverman, calling out their similar retro hairstyles.
Gotta catch 'em all!
Pokémon Go has been all the rage ever since its release and now Maroon 5 and some celeb friends are getting in on the fun by cosplaying in the band's new music video!
In the video for Don't Wanna Know, Adam Levine and his band play different Pokémon who live in fear as they're constantly chased by kids. The worst is they're only trying to go about their daily lives as the little creatures! LOLz!
Unfortunately the music vid doesn't include Kendrick Lamar who was featured on the track, but it does have some celeb friends like Ed Helms, Sarah Silverman, and a funny bit at the end with Vince Vaughn!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing video (above) and let us know what type of Pokémon you dress up as!
As we're SURE you're probably aware, the second Presidential debate went down Sunday night at Washington University in St Louis, Missouri — and it certainly was interesting, to say the least!
Since there was that whole MASSIVE scandal over the weekend regarding Donald's sexist remarks in 2005, the candidates of course addressed what the 70-year-old was caught on tape saying and celebs tore him apart online!
The former Celebrity Apprentice star tried to brush off his lewd comments saying it was just "locker room" talk, but stars like Anna Kendrick, Mark Ruffalo, Katy Perry, Stephen Colbert, and of course Rosie O'Donnell weren't having it at all!
Ch-ch-check out ALL of the best Twitter reactions (below) and let us know what you thought of last night's showdown!
The VPs go at it!
On Tuesday at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia, Tim Kaine (left) and Mike Pence debated at the (only) Vice Presidential Debate.
To see the best tweets, ch-ch-check them out (below)!
Sounds like Bill Maher is HEATED!
The Real Time host had a lot to say about NFL star Colin Kaepernick on his show on Friday night, even going so far as to call the athlete a "f*cking idiot" — although it's not exactly for the reason you may think.
Speaking to a panel that included Sarah Silverman, Maher went in on Kaepernick for comments the quarterback made about the presidential candidates, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, that insinuated neither one is a good choice for president.
In his initial comments last week, Kaepernick had said both candidates are "proven liars" who are "trying to debate who's less racist," and that absolutely set Maher off.
Watch Maher break down the quarterback's POV, here: