Best feud ever or nah?!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 29, 2015
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We totally dig this pairing!
However, some say the two may soon be boyfriend and girlfriend!
According to the publication's source
You have to AT LEAST admire her dedication…
Recently, Barcroft TV produced a short documentary about Swedish model Pixee Fox, who has spent around $120,000 on plastic surgery to look like a cartoon character!
According to the Instagram star
The drama is never over for Adam Lind and Chelsea Houska!
According to Adam, Chelsea is "corrupting" their six-year-old daughter Aubree by leading her to believe fiancé Cole DeBoer is her dad. The confusion apparently escalated when Cole moved into Houska's home and shortly later asked for her hand in marriage.
The situation is equally confusing for Teen Mom 2 viewers who've witnessed Aubree happily referring to DeBoer as dad. Not to mention the pair have an awesome relationship!
"BTW everyone Aubree does NOT call Cole dad…Nor she's even want too …"
Hmm, inneresting. Do tell, Adam!
Well, that clears THAT up!
While we've known for a while that Channing Tatum and Alex Pettyfer don't exactly get along, the English actor is finally spilling about their feud, which he officially confirmed is no longer just a rumor.
He told Bret Easton Ellis all about their rivalry during Monday's installment of his podcast, saying:
"It's true. Because Channing Tatum does not like me — and for many reasons [and] many being my own fault."
But, the 25-year-old claimed that his poor reputation on the set of Magic Mike came about because he was too shy and insecure during filming, adding:
"I was scared to speak. I actually did my work and I sat in the corner and listened to music because I had been told anything I did was wrong by my reps. I was very insecure as a human being. That also gave me a bad rep because everyone was like, 'Alex doesn't speak because he thinks he's better than everyone else.' That's not true. I was just generally nervous and scared to be myself. I was in character."
The I Am Number Four star also remembered there was a time when he was living with one of the 35-year-old's friends — up until he allegedly had an allergic reaction to the apartment and "couldn't breathe" while he stayed there.
Then when he moved out, the UK native claimed he didn't remember to pay the rent because his cousin had passed away. He recalled that didn't sit too well with the She's The Man alum, explaining:
Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck have come a long way.
Despite cheating rumors and awkward post-divorce living situations since their split in June, it appears the two can come together for the sake of their kids. According to onlookers and sources, the pair spent Thanksgiving with their three children and Affleck's mom, Christine Boldt.
Aww! Sounds cozy!
Luckily for the fam, Ben took a break from filming Live By Night to be in Los Angeles with Garner and crew. While the actor didn't join Christine, Jennifer, and Seraphina for Sunday church, he did spend plenty of time with his family.
Wooooooow. That's a LOT of money!
And now, the stars and producers of Bones want the network to pay up! On Monday, Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz — who play the leads on the popular program — filed a complaint against FOX regarding unpaid profits!
The actors are suing 20th Century Fox with Kathy Reichs, who wrote the books from which the show is adapted.
The 67-year-old and the TV stars allege that the studio has used phony accounting to cheat them out of "tens of millions of dollars."
The legal docs claim the three "were being cheated out of more than $100 million in gross revenues and being overcharged many additional millions of dollars in alleged expenses."
Yikes. If that's true, it's definitely not fair!
Because of rights — and her role as executive producer — the author was supposedly due five percent of the show's profits. Emily and David were each allegedly owed 3 percent.
But that's not the only suit the studio is facing over the dramedy! Barry Josephson decided to sue last week, because he also feels like he hasn't been given the payment he deserves!
The executive producer claims that network execs Gary Newman and Dana Walden threatened to cancel the show unless he agreed to lower licensing fees for the fifth and sixth seasons.
That sounds shady to us! But what do U think, Perezcious readers? SOUND OFF in the comments!
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