Uh-oh, this isn't good news for Jessica Alba!
Check out some consumer reactions (below)!
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Our little angel is going through her cooing phase and it is quite possibly the cutest thing ever!!!!
Who knew selling socks was such a lucrative business idea?
And yet apparently it is!
The singer recently announced she's partnering up with Stance to bring her "Murder Rih Wrote" newspaper-print knee-high socks to the masses.
Cool! And we love that name!
Each sock is individually numbered so you know which one of the limited edition pairs you're getting!
Briana Jungwirth is overwhelmed.
After the news broke on Tuesday that Briana is pregnant with Louis Tomlinson's child, social media blew-up in shock and even dismay at the revelation. Jungwirth, a stylist who's very private, has not taken well to the public's reaction.
According to a friend, the 23-year-old has escaped El lay in hopes of finding some privacy and solace.
The insider elaborated:
"Briana is staying away from home for the moment; she's a private girl – she doesn't even have any social media. Everyone's hoping she can have a smooth pregnancy in peace. That's the most important thing for everyone right now."
We hope BJ gets some peace, too! The baby's well-being is what's most important at this point!
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But while her soon-to-be ex husband has been taking his off and on again, the actress was seen arriving on the set of Miracles From Heaven in Atlanta on Wednesday continuing to wear hers.
Only now it seems we finally have the reason why!
According to a source, it has a lot to do with their three children, Violet, Seraphina, and Samuel. In fact, the kids "are a big part of why they're still wearing [the rings]. They just want them to be okay."
We can understand Ben and Jen wanting to put on a brave face for them, but leaving the rings on when they're with the kids might be even more confusing for them.
Of course, we know these parents know best!
As for how each of them is handling the difficult divorce, a close friend said of Ben:
"He's playing Mr. Mom, and that is what he wants to do. As difficult as it is, from what we've seen, it's pretty amicable."
Meanwhile, a friend divulged that Jen:
"Is doing great. The kids are with her, which is all she wants. She's as strong as ever."
We're really hoping they can all get through this and with as little heartbreak as possible.
Thankfully, they have their kids in mind as first priority!
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It takes an assh*le to know an assh*le.
Donald Trump considers himself to be a jack of all trades. But after the presidential hopeful sparked outrage with his recent comments about Mexican immigrants, he became something more — a butt plug!
Using 3D printed technology, Fernando Sosa has turned the billionaire into phallic merchandise that he's selling from his store on the Shapeways website!
For those interested, the plug is crafted from sandstone for that "coarse finish and a delicate feel." The artist explained the inspiration behind his creation:
But leave it to Ashton's Two And A Half Men co-star Jon Cryer to gush about their July 4th weekend nuptials!
Days after the wedding, he HIGHlariously tweeted:
"And yes, I was there. But I did not make a scene. We were all very mature about it."
Though at Tuesday's Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood Stage 48: Script to Screen launch event, he further explained:
"It was a lovely and intimate evening and there was no need for me to get emotional."
Um, pretty sure there was every reason! But we fully believe he was joking!
After all, who wouldn't cry watching two of their friends tie the knot?? Especially with their adorable toddler, Wyatt Isabelle, in attendance!
There's no shame!
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After a jury awarded the family of the late Marvin Gaye with a verdict of $7.4 million in their copyright infringement suit over similarities to the song Got To Give It Up, a judge has only mostly upheld the ruling.
While there won't be a new trial as Robin and Pharrell's legal team requested, the judge did lessen the total money owed to $5.3 million.
Williams has the most to be Happy about; he was ruled as only a "practical partner" to Thicke and liable only for his share of profits. He went from having to pay $1.6 mil to $357,000.
The judge also denied the Gaye family's request to block Blurred Lines from further distribution, instead giving them 50% of future songwriting royalties.
While this is somewhat good news, Robin and Pharrell still attest the song shouldn't be ruled as copyright infringement at all, and many in the music industry agree.
Could this set a scary precedent for "homage" sounds? What do YOU think??
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