#SquadGoals, right? Well, one of those didn't end up quite as planned...
The victim happened to be
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The designer was brighter than ever while out in New York on Monday morning in a marigold turtleneck and navy blue skirt featuring a red and yellow pattern.
But it shouldn't come as a surprise, especially if you've noticed that her last few collections have been quite heavy on color.
The 41-year-old has been experimenting with bright hues and bold prints in both her Victoria Beckham line and her lower-priced Victoria, Victoria Beckham brand clothing.
Posh kept things from getting too colorful with black ankle boots and a black shoulder bag.
Do you like the former Spice Girl's sunnier look???
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Even when you can't see Suri Cruise's face, you still know she's just the cutest!
The 37-year-old posted a precious pic showing them soaking in the artwork of Monet's iconic painting Reflections of Clouds on the Water-Lily Pond at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC!!
Tom Cruise's ex captioned the adorable image:
Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
Why, Rosie O'Donnell… why?
Months after the comedienne's dramatic and PUBLIC feud with her daughter Chelsea O'Donnell, the momma delivered a controversial comedy routine making light of the situation.
Or, at least O'Donnell TRIED to get some laughs…
Some weddings are apparently a struggle to survive!!
The Modern Family star revealed all kinds of tidbits about the marriage ceremony — including how she watched Straight Outta Compton three times just to make it through!
Of course, it could be worse… at least Julie didn't need an IV injection! Ha!!!
Ch-ch-check out the full clip (above) to get the deets on the wedding and more!
While both beauties looked like goddesses in winter white, we have to know…
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Black-ish is one of the funniest shows on primetime television right now!
But the ABC sitcom plans on tackling a serious issue in an upcoming episode — police brutality.
The episode titled "Hope" will revolve around the Johnson family witnessing a news broadcast that involves an African-American teenager's encounter with the police.
During the fictional incident, Rainbow (Tracee Ellis Ross) and Dre (Anthony Anderson) discuss the issue with their family– and they don't see eye-to-eye with what their four kids should be privy to.
Like other episodes tackling the use of the N-word and bringing guns in the home, everyone in the family has a different opinion on the subject.
Anderson explained to Variety: