What started out as an innocent question turned into so much more!
Ch-ch-check it out
Well, he finally had his day in court!
The soulful singer pled no contest to the DUI charge earlier today and — unlike many celebz accused or convicted of the same crime — he decided to step up and take responsibility for his actions.
We don't believe it!!! And at 45, too!!!
Not a month goes by - not a MONTH - where we don't wonder when the most beloved A-list actress of our entire generation is going to bring a brilliant baby into the world!!!
Well, guess what? It might finally be happening!!! Jennifer Aniston might finally be becoming a mother!
The talented superstar in talks with New Line and director Beth McCarthy-Miller right now!
The stakes for an Olympic hockey game have never been higher, and we're NOT talking about some silly gold medal!!
Earlier today, the US Men's team took on Canada for a chance to advance to the finals this weekend! But considering there was no hardware on the line, one company suggested a friendly wager for the game: The losing team has to take Justin Bieber for GOOD!
Ha!! We know Biebsy is a big fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs, and if Canada wins he will get to stick around his temporary new Atlanta pad for a bit longer!
So which team walked away a winner? Well, we guess it really depends on how you look at it (and whether or not you're a Belieber), but maybe this updated billboard will give you a hint! Ch-ch-check it out …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
But the Insta-love didn’t end with the pic! The model also wrote:
It's official! Start popping that champagne, Chicagoans!
A federal judge just ruled that same-sex couples can start getting married immediately in the Chicago area, pushing it forward from the June 1st date mandated in the Illinois bill that legalized same-sex marriage in the state.
Because the bill passed by only one vote in November, it didn't have the requisite yeas to put it into effect before June 1st.
However, after the ACLU and Lambda Legal won a lawsuit in December, which granted same-sex couples where one of the partners had a terminal illness the right to marry, they sought to have all gay couples the right to marry ASAP in Cook County, which they just won!
U.S. District Court Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman had this to say about the momentous decision: