There's no way we could be this lucky... right?!
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It's not fair! It should be illegal!
Jennifer Lopez cannot look this freakin' GORGEOUS in sweats and a messy top bun without a speck of makeup on!
Sadly we can yell all we want and shake our fists at the injustice of it all, and she'll still be a flawless creature to endlessly envy.
The actress slash singer was spotted looking fresh and clear-skinned in NYC on Friday, dressed in red sweatpants, ribbed black sweater, and a gray fur scarf.
If only we could all be this amazing on a daily basis.
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She means well, y'all!
One of the seasoned supermodel's comments about ex-husband Seal's involvement with their children sparked a quite a bit of backlash — and Miz Klum just ain't having it!
Pixar has tackled a ton of serious topics — like dealing with loss, being replaced, and whatever Cars 2 was about.
But in the trailer for the upcoming short Sanjay's Super Team, it looks like the animation studio will touch on religion and generational gaps in families!
The quick clip introduces superhero fan Sanjay, who is trying to get his morning cartoons on, but his religious Hindu dad has other plans — morning prayers!
Directed by Monster's Inc. and The Incredibles animator Sanjay Patel, this heartwarming short is set to play in front of the upcoming adventure The Good Dinosaur.
And looks like it will totally make up for Pixar's last lukewarm short Lava!
Ch-ch-check out the clip (above) and see Sanjay's Super Team when The Good Dinosaur hits theatres November 25!
October 15 was a good day for the Quaids!
After Randy and Evi Quaid were arrested in Canada earlier this week after five years on the run from felony charges in California, the two were released from jail.
The bizarre couple had been extradited to Vermont and subsequently held on $500,000 dollars bail until a judge ruled on Thursday that there wasn't enough evidence to try the pair on squatting charges filed in California.
The ruling was a BIG win for the Quaids considering they haven't been free citizens on U.S. soil since 2010. Randy said of the massive victory:
"It is a very big relief to have been vindicated to a great extent. I would just like to thank everyone for all of their nice thoughts and I hope they will see me real soon out there on the big screen or the small screen or wherever it may be."
Yep, that sounds like one happy guy!
Legal officials aren't so certain, however, that the case is totally done. Authorities in Santa Barbara, where the charges were originally filed, said: