Uh-oh! It looks like Kylie Jenner is in trouble AGAIN!
Hmm... so essentially the gorgeous gal's palette is a better deal? You don't say!
Before the release of Sir Elton John's new album Wonderful Crazy Night today, the singer took the opportunity on Thursday to help promote himself with a spontaneous concert!
The 68-year-old was passing through London's St. Pancras railway station where a piano was set up, and the Crocodile Rock singer passed through the crowd and proceeded to sit down and play some tunes!
On top of that, the legendary rocker left the Yamaha B3 piano he used during the performance behind and donated it to the station!
Ch-ch-check out a snippet from the incredible impromptu concert — as well as John's sweet Instagram message after the show (below)!
All is fair in love and war!
Newly-engaged Eva Longoria and her fiancé Jose Antonio Baston are letting the games begin this Valentine's Day — just like they do every other year!
Just because Baston put a ring on it back in December doesn't mean the couple is going to spend the holiday any differently — and why would they when it sounds this fun!
The 40-year-old beauty told People:
"We always have a Valentine's Day weekend – a couple's war weekend. So we invite a lot of couple friends of ours and we have this insane competition of like minute-to-win-it games. It's a fun weekend but it's definitely a competitive weekend."
As far as planning for the big day goes, Miz Longoria said she's not making too much of a fuss:
Unfortunately, the 27-year-old isn't exactly thrilled — but don't worry, it doesn't have anything to do with Grease.
The Flashlight singer is apparently not too happy over the fact that she's more successful in the US than she is in the UK.
In a recent interview with Women's Health, the Brit opened up about her fame saying:
The 16-year-old took to Instagram on Sunday to share the unfortunate incident in hopes of being a cautionary tale for others.
Harley appeared on Good Morning America on Friday to talk about the harrowing experience, and revealed that despite the circumstances, she still took the car service home that night:
"It was very, very scary. The second I started talking to them, I realized they were definitely not Uber drivers. They had just printed off the Uber symbol and put it on their car. I proceeded to take an Uber because you can't let things like that stop you from living your life."
And to be fair, the men trying to pick her up weren't affiliated with the car app. Nonetheless, it's still extremely important to make sure you are getting in the right vehicle when being picked up.
Hopefully others won't have to experience this for themselves now that Harley is sharing her story.
Stay safe, folks!
[Image via Instagram.]