This is just so sad.
Cissy's comments are direct opposition to those made my Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina's dad.
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It's been more than a week since Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately crashed a plane into the French Alps, killing all 150 passengers on board, and we're just now starting to learn more about the days leading up to the horrific incident.
New information on Andreas' iPad search history reveals the 27-year-old was plotting his mass murder suicide for about a week before the crash. In fact, investigators say he was researching different ways of committing suicide as well as the security measures of cockpit doors. Andreas reportedly locked the other pilot out of the cockpit before he intentionally crashed the plane.
This comes shortly after it was revealed the Andreas had a history of mental illness and was months away from losing his license.
While more information continues to be released on the crash, Germanwings is doing everything in its power to return to normal as their planes are finally back in the air, and pilots are making an effort to win back their passengers' trust.
Lucille Ball is definitely a beautiful and talented woman who deserves to be honored, but we're not so sure this is the way to do it.
This statue of the I Love Lucy actress (above) has been placed in her hometown of Celoron, New York since 2009, but residents there are finally in an uproar about it.
Why?? Well probably because it looks straight-up terrifying instead of adorably charming like the real Lucille.
One resident has decided to take action against the statue and start a Facebook page called "We Love Lucy! Get Rid of this Statue" to get rid of the not-so-flattering statue. And the page already has over 2,600 likes at the time of this posting.
However, the residents who want to see it gone might have a fight ahead of them because the Mayor of Celoron, Scott Schrecengost, has said that it would cost between $8,000 and $10,000 to have the same artist re-do the statue.
Looks like this unloved Lucy might be here to stay.
[Image via Facebook.]
It doesn't seem like this trend is ending anytime soon.
The actress showed off her new body cincher, writing:
"Just received my waist trainer from @nowaistclique!! #LovingIt http://nowaistclique.com #majorsituation'"
Well, instead of noticing her new accessory, all everyone's staring at is her shady Photoshop job (AKA those morphed stairs)!
Yikes! It's almost as bad as her last poorly edited pic — which is probably why the 28-year-old deleted the pic from her account.
She already looks beautiful; no Photoshop necessary!
[Image via Lindsay Lohan/Twitter.]
Trevor Noah was catapulted into the limelight after he was crowned the new Daily Show host, unfortunately shining some light on his dark past.
In 2009, the South African comedian's step-father reportedly hunted him and attempted to murder him, after shooting Trevor's mother in the face.
Patricia Noah, his mother, was left for dead after her husband Abel Singange shot her in a fit of rage. Singange's anger continued to build, and he went looking for Trevor with a handgun.
Fortunately, then-25-year-old Trevor wasn't easy to find. His grandmother Nomalizo Noah explained:
Miley Cyrus will not stand for this kind of discrimination!
Our outspoken rebel isn't holding back when it comes to all these "religious freedom" bills that are getting signed.
And the man she's going after for his ridiculous stance is Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton — who has supported the law that would allow businesses to deny service to the LGBT community.
He spoke out in a CNN interview, saying:
"I think it's important we have a sense of perspective. In Iran they hang you for the crime of being gay."
So you know that didn't sit well with Miles. She took to Twitter to call on her followers to be heard:
This is just so sad.
A contestant who appeared on a recent season of Bad Girls Club has died.
Linsey Berardi, better known as Linsey Jade, was only 22. Details surrounding her death have not been released.
An Oxygen Media spokesperson said:
"We are deeply saddened by the loss of Linsey 'Jade' Berardi, who appeared in Bad Girls Club Season 12. Our deepest sympathy and heartfelt thoughts go out to her family, friends and fans."
Linsey Jade only appeared in one episode of Bad Girls Club: Chicago, where she was given the nickname "The Brooklyn Brat." She voluntarily left the show after getting into a fight with her castmate, Jada Cacchilli.
Jada posted a tribute to Linsey Jade on Instagram.