Well this could explain some things.
[Image via Arizona Department of Corrections.]
Facebook's famous family just got bigger!
On December 1, Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan announced the arrival of their new baby! The new momma gave birth to a beautiful baby girl and the couple seems over the moon by her arrival.
The precious parents announced they were expecting back in July, with a sweet snap and an emotional message about their past pregnancy struggles.
The social media site's CEO revealed that he and his lady love had been trying to have a child for a few years, but tragically had three miscarriages along the way.
So, what's the little one's precious name?
We guess the couple took a cue from Jessica Simpson, because they named their adorable daughter Max! Woot!
But wait, the good times don't end there! The new parents penned an EPIC and insanely long letter addressed to their new addition.
Essentially, the message encapsulated all of Mark's hopes for a better world and society. Let's just say it's INTENSE. Oh, and it also included the fact that Zuck will be giving away "99% of our Facebook shares — currently about $45 billion — during our lives to join many others in improving this world for the next generation."
Check out the novel HERE! And the first photo of Max (below)!
December has only begun, but the January covers are rolling in!
Adding to her already impressive list, Lupita Nyong'o is kicking off the new year on the cover of Essence!
Get it, girl!
Her metallic bronze look is way more muted than how she's usually styled, but she shines regardless!
Even the one peek we have at her spread inside the magazine is just as amazing.
The 32-year-old is styled in a striped, sequined shift designed to be an attention-grabber — but for her interview, Lupita talks about what it's like to have all that attention.
Reminiscing about her instant fame, she confessed:
Well, she might not want to read this one!
One of the photos from the shoot features the 18-year-old sitting in a wheelchair while wearing a strapless latex bustier and high heels.
Now many disability advocates are condemning the shoot for the message that it sends.
Emily Smith Beitiks of the Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability explained:
"It's deeply disturbing. People with disabilities are already seen as powerless, and this just reinforces that. I think she's literally being objectified to look like a sex doll, and this wheelchair is an added element of passivity they're adding on."
Others further spoke up against the image on Twitter:
Zendaya isn't afraid to be outspoken, especially when it comes to issues that really matter to her!
The 19-year-old has called out Modeliste magazine for photoshopping her pictures and the Disney darling constantly schools people on race and cultural appropriation. She's super inspirational and not going to back down.
One person who knows this better than anyone is former E! News host Giuliana Rancic. ICYMI: The TV personality made an "ignorant slur" about the actress' dreadlocks look from the 2015 Oscars, and the teen was quick to shut her down.
"It was a learning experience for myself and for everyone who read it. A lot of people don't realize that hair is a big thing for a lot of people, not just African-American women. It's something to be aware of and to be cautious of. So it was something that I really felt like I should speak on. There were so many women, of all races, that came up to me and were like, 'I really love what you said,' or 'I had my daughter read that.'"
Zendaya explained that she had her family in mind when she penned her response to the red carpet correspondent, adding:
What great assets!
Ryan Reynolds sure has been having fun promoting his upcoming superhero flick Deadpool!
But now that all of Ryan's silly antics are starting to subside, we're finally getting what we REALLY want to see… that Reynolds butt!
20th Century Fox took to Twitter on Tuesday to share the naughty poster for the R-rated action flick while also seemingly announce that they've moved the release date up from February 12 to February 4, posting: