According to a report yesterday, a new right-to-live lawsuit had been filed in Louisiana on behalf of the female fertilized eggs — reportedly referred to as "Isabella" and "Emma" — which asks the court to grant Loeb full custody so that he can have them implanted in a surrogate and they could receive a trust fund set up for them after birth.
It was more like what a dominatrix might wear around the holidays or something.
And that's fine! The All I Want For Christmas singer can wear whatever she wants, but this outfit is definitely a downgrade from the shimmering silver gown she wore during her performance with John Legend (below).
This silver with black highlights is my favorite color I ever did!!! With the ultimate style icon, Dita Von Teese, dining at Icebergs, Bondi Beach, Sydney, in April 2007. #TBT https://www.instagram.com/p/BNwquR5joSa/ #ThrowbackThursday
Though Seth Meyers has spent a decent amount of time making people aware of how asinine Donald Trump is, now the former SNL alum also wants you to be aware of some of his biggest supporters: the alt-right!
While you may know the controversial political group has some pretty extreme views, Meyers is more concerned about the media normalizing their movement — instead of calling them out as the neo-Nazis they are!
Despite now being back in London, Prince William's brother hinted his mind might be elsewhere as he donned the special piece of jewelry at the ICAP's annual charity day. Although Harry was all dressed up for the royal appearance, it seems he couldn't bring himself to take off the beaded bracelet (photographed above).
He reportedly was busted for minor in possession of alcohol in 2001 (when he was 19-20 years old), for unlawful use of a license in 2002, and seven times for speeding between 2000-2012. He was even charged with leaving the scene of an accident once before in 2002, but that was later amended.
But those violations pale in comparison to the bust that could damn him to a murder charge. As we previously reported, he's already been busted for a DUI (though it was called an OWI in Iowa) back in 2005. He got 60 days in jail, a year probation, and a fine of $500.
Doesn't seem like much of a penalty to us. But it could change everything for him now. Legal expert Troy Slaten explained to E! News why: