Justin Bieber was just rear-ended! Ew, not THAT way!
And you KNOW how much Justin LOVES photographers.
Justin afterwards invoked Princess Diana in a tweet he sent out to his followers about the incident:
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Say hello to Mr. Probz!
His name may be problematic but his song Waves isn't!
The Dutch singer has crafted a perfect anti-anthem for summer.
Calvin Harris may have gone BIG for Summer, but Mr. Probz has gone in the opposite direction.
Waves is chill and laidback, featuring some truly beautiful acoustic guitar work over beats, and some simple lyrics that make this the perfect song for lounging by the pool (NOT in Vegas) by the day.
Check it out above!
The Survivor community was rocked to it's core yesterday after one of their own was taken too soon in a freak accident.
Caleb Bankston, who competed on Survivor: Blood vs. Water, died when the train he was on derailed on Tuesday in Birmingham. The details of the accident remain unknown, though we do know that he worked for the Alabama Warrior Railway and that it is very possible he was working at the time of his death.
Caleb competed alongside his fiance Colton Cumbie in the 2013 edition of the show, placing ninth. They were due to marry in October.
Our condolences go out to Colton and all who loved Caleb in this dark and sad time.
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One mashup more…another mashup, another destiny…this never ending road to hilarity!
What happens when you cross Les Misérables with Queen? This video!
The reworded performance of Bohemian Rhapsody given by a group of chorus members in a 1998 Australian production of Les Mis is so funny, skilled, and catchy, you'll be wanting to watch it over and over again!
Thankfully, doing so won't take days like rewatching the movie Les Mis!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious throwback video that you could not have thought up in your wildest dreams (you dreamed in time gone by)…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
We all would've loved to have seen Finn and Rachel back in the choir room for the final scene. Tear.
So when season five came to an end, everyone was wondering what the writers would come up with for the final season of Glee. It was certainly a hot topic of discussion!
A couple months ago, the Glee creator revealed that he wanted to end the final season of the dramedy with what he called a "time jump" and it sounds like we're getting just that!
The 48-year-old revealed that the show is going back to its roots in the final season.