Kyle Kennedy speaks out.
For "boring" news, this is pretty exciting!
In case you didn't know, Tesla and SpaceX CEO (and Amber Heard luvvah) Elon Musk wants to drill holes under the city of Los Angeles to alleviate traffic woes.
If you're having a hard time wrapping your brain around the venture, which Elon has given the tongue-in-cheek name The Boring Company, you aren't alone.
That's why the innovator explained some of the details behind his project during a Ted Talk on Friday, even showing a video of the sci-fi world of tomorrow he envisioned as the final product (below)!
Thank God it's Friday! And thank God for the Fyre Festival!
The luxury music festival was an epic and utter FAIL, and social media still hasn't gotten enough of the complete disaster that unfolded in the Bahamas Thursday night.
With acts cancelling their performances, people scrounging around for food, and feral dogs eyeing their prey from the distance, concertgoers were left with nothing more than a raging desire to return to their homes ASAP.
The rest of us, from behind the safety of our computer screens, gleefully watched a bunch of millennial trust fund babies get mildly inconvenienced for 24 hours. And. It. Was. HILARIOUS.
Take another look at some of the best reactions to the mess (below)!
The Fyre Festival is facing even more heat!
As we've reported, the failed "luxury" music festival organized by Ja Rule and tech entrepreneur Billy McFarland was "fully postponed" after concertgoers arrived to embarrassingly horrendous conditions on the Exuma island of the Bahamas on Friday.
For many of the attendees, the Fyre experience was sold to them via the likes of Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski, Hailey Baldwin, and other high-profile influencers (AKA Instagram models) who promoted it on social media.
For instance, take a look at this now-laughable marketing video for the "transformative weekend" (below):
Someone has Chris Soules' back.
A source close to the former Bachelor star has stated that the 35-year-old was not drunk at the time of the crash that killed 66-year-old Kenneth Mosher in Aurora, Iowa on Monday.
The source told ET:
"The truck Chris was driving was one of the old work trucks they had on the land there. Not his everyday truck. He was near his land when the crash happened."
Another source claims Chris was not wearing his seatbelt during the crash, and that he was knocked against the dashboard of his truck.
The source said: