Well, when it comes to the news that they're living apart, we guess it's not that easy to hide.
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We think the best thing about the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, aside from the money being raised, might just be seeing hotties drenched in ice-cold water.
And today's gaggle of celebs pouring water on their heads is no different!
What an interesting way to celebrate!
Cara Delevingne's dreams of becoming an actress are coming true right now — she's snagged a spot in the highly anticipated Pan movie, she's rumored to be the next Bond girl, and now she's landed a lead role in a Beach Boys musical!!
But the more successful she becomes, the more paparazzi follow her around. And Cara REALLY doesn't like the paparazzi.
While she's limited herself to only saying negative things about lurking photogs in the past, things got violent in New York
The final countdown has begun and Chelsea Handler is leaving E! with a bang!
In just a matter of days, the HIGHlarious Chelsea Lately show we've all come to know and love is ending.
Although Chelsea will be continuing her comedic and talk show abilities on another network, don't expect her to leave quietly!
She's got big surprises for her final hoorah and one of them is Miley Cyrus!
The Bangerz singer is confirmed to send Chelsea off with a performance of Roy Orbison's song, It's Over — which will probably be a pretty emotional performance, judging by the title of the song. Although, we wouldn't be surprised if Miley added some craziness to it!
Wonder what other surprises Chelsea has in her arsenal for her final show on August 26th! Will YOU be tuning in to send the HIGHlarious talk show host off?
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The insanely talented Canadian has already taken over many parts of the world with her infectious hit Hideaway (above) and delivered some attention-getting performances on Letterman and Kimmel.
AND…. we are also ridiculously excited that Rixton, Tove Lo, Echosmith, Matthew Koma and Bebe Rexha will also be performing at our party at the Troubador, which is benefitting the Vh1 Save The Music foundation.
Make sure you get your tickets now before they sell out!!!