Kanye West is hitting the road once again!
Calling into Steve Harvey's morning radio show, Yeezy said:
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BBQ from Hell!
That's because the Morally Corrupt Faye Resnick was also in attendance at her BFF's dinner (that featured literally zero grilling or any barbecue flavoring of any kind).
If you're familiar with Faye, then you're aware of her involvement in the O.J. Simpson trial — she was Nicole Brown Simpson's best friend when she died.
But what you might not know is that the perennial Friend of the Housewives actually wrote a book about the murder called Nicole Brown Simpson: The Private Diary of a Life Interrupted that alleged that Kathryn's then-husband Marcus Allen was having an affair with Nicole, which could have angered O.J.!
Naturally, this pissed off the newest housewife, and thankfully she was not afraid of confronting Faye mid-dinner.
We're just glad we got a new plot line that wasn't about Yolanda Foster's Lyme disease…
Ch-ch-check out the latest fight out of RHOBH (below)!!!
This has been one awesome week so far for Gigi Hadid!
Naturally she looks AH-Mazing in the new beauty spots, and gets to flaunt her body (those legs!) as well as her perfect face!
And it's only Wednesday! (Sigh, it's only Wednesday).
That means there are still three more days in which G can accomplish even more!
See that equally hot shot in the gallery (above)!
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Ray J and Princess Love are engaged and planning to stay that way until their wedding!
While that sounds pretty obvious, the two have a serious history of breaking up and getting back together.
But according to TMZ, the flames are working on that, and all by cutting out alcohol.
It's being reported that the committed couple are trying to keep sober for each other, as that was supposedly one of the factors behind their breakups.
Sounds like they're really trying to make this relationship work!
We really hope Ray and Princess make it down the aisle together… or else what will happen to that 8-carat diamond engagement ring??
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The 23-year-old was scheduled to perform on Friday's The Graham Norton Show — which would actually film in advance Thursday evening — but has reportedly bailed at the last minute!
Zayn's people apparently told producers they had a scheduling conflict, but that doesn't seem likely given the timing.
A source close to the situation explained:
Joey Feek spent her Tuesday reminiscing with family.
In a new photo posted to Facebook by her loyal husband Rory Feek, Joey sits in her hospice bed with her adorable 23-month-old daughter Indiana as her sister-in-law Marcy pulls up a chair next to her.
The country singer has been receiving numerous special guests to her Alexandria, Indiana home as she battles terminal cancer.
During the precious visit yesterday, Marcy and the 40-year-old songstress remembered opening their restaurant Marcy Jo's Mealhouse and Bakery — a Tennessee hot spot established in 2007.
According to the establishment's website:
"The eatery has quickly become one of the most popular restaurants and music venues in middle Tennessee. Whether it's the breads and bakery items that are homemade every morning or the gourmet country cooking that came from family recipes, you're sure to love your visit. You never know, Joey and Rory might even pull out their guitar and sing you a song while you're there. If you're in the area stop in and visit."
The 49-year-old patriarch documented:
The next 50 Shades Of Grey is here!
Like most of us, comic Elijah Daniel has been in genuine disbelief following the presidential campaign of Donald Trump.
Frustrated by the fact that the GOP frontrunner is still leading in the polls, the 22-year-old was inspired to write some Trump fan-fiction — but instead ended up creating what could be the next great American novel!
Trump Temptations: The Billionaire and the Bellboy tells the erotic story of two unlikely strangers who undergo a salacious affair!
Set in the summer of 2012 in Hong Kong, a bellboy meets a mysterious stranger with "tacky luggage" and the distinct smell of slime. The book reads: