We really hope he stays with it!
Rob Kardashian reportedly checked into a rehab facility in Palm Beach over the weekend.
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Ummmm… where's Maia Mitchell!?
Riker Lynch may be one of the finalists on this season of Dancing with the Stars, but it was his brother who stole the spotlight on Tuesday's brand new episode.
That's because Ross Lynch and the rest of the cast of Disney's Teen Beach 2 crashed DWTS semi-final episode to promote their new film with a performance of Gotta Be Me.
Our favorite part, aside from Ross's vocals and dance moves, may just be seeing so many So You Think You Can Dance alum taking part on a rival reality show — we're looking at you Kent Boyd and Mollee Gray!
If you haven't heard of it, Teen Beach Movie was pretty much this generation's High School Musical, and this summer's sequel is actually going to be Disney Channel's first attempt at a franchise is 5 years!
Make sure to catch Ross & Co. when Teen Beach 2 premieres on June 26, and ch-ch-check out Gotta Be Me (above)!!!
Tell us more, Cate Blanchett!!
While promoting her most recent film, Carol, which is based on a book about a relationship between two women, Cate opened up about her sexual history.
According to the actress, she has had many intimate encounters with women despite being married to a man, Andrew Upton, for 18 years.
When asked about having sex with women, the actress revealed:
"Yes. Many times."
Wow! We commend Blanchett for her candor and honesty!!
While Cate didn't delve deeper into the relationships she has had with women, it's still interesting news because she has never mentioned her attraction to women before.
All sexual preferences aside, we're so amped to see this pivotal film!
So, are you surprised by Cate's admission?
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We were so excited for this!
Jem and The Holograms is totally still going to get our money since its full of nostalgia, but we're not as in love with the trailer as we were hoping to be.
While the video itself makes the movie look fun, it unfortunately has more of a Josie and The Pussycats 2 vibe than a remake of the the classic '80s cartoon.
Scooter Braun's choice to use One Direction as the background music was a definite plus, but we're hoping that Aubrey Peeples, Stefanie Scott, and Hayley Kiyoko can put the whole film on their backs and make this a hit!
Ch-ch-check out the first trailer for a magic-less Jem (above)!!!
What a crazy story!!
On Sunday night, a woman who didn't know she was 37 weeks pregnant gave birth to a baby while on flight to Tokyo from Canada.
The new momma, Ada Guan, was on board the flight with her boyfriend of a year, Wesley Branch, when she felt some discomfort in her stomach.
"She told me, 'Something fell out of me.' I lifted up her pants, and I saw a head and then I heard, 'Wah!'"
Ha! What an amazing surprise!
Luckily for the new parents, the baby girl, who the couple named Chloe, was is perfectly healthy.
The poppa's parents elaborated on the surprise birth, explaining:
"I said to her, 'Did you not feel anything inside?' and she said 'No, every once in a while I felt gas or rumblings in there' but never thinking it was a baby in there."
To make the situation even more insane, Ada had taken a pregnancy test that turned out negative and she had taken a trip to the doctor's shortly before the flight.
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It's not clear if this will be a full-on reboot or a sequel — or if Ford or Tommy Lee Jones will return — but Warner Bros has confirmed some version of the classic 60s TV series is in development.
A sequel doesn't make much sense — unless it's another U.S. Marshals spinoff movie — but a reboot seems kind of boring too.
Is it just us, or is the plot about a man wrongly convicted of killing his wife so generic they could just do it with a new name and no one would notice?
But the 1993 film version made $369 million worldwide, so we guess it was inevitable!
Do U agree???
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The NFL sure does love its troops! But apparently that "love" comes at a pretty steep price!
Anyone who has ever watched a football game knows it's NOT uncommon for teams to honor members of the armed forces during breaks in the action.
But if you think these patriotic displays are free, then you're DEAD wrong!! In fact, teams CHARGE the U.S. Defense Department TONS of money for these special on-field tributes!
How much are we talking here? Well, over the past four years the U.S. Defense Department has paid 14 teams a grand total of