Oh, Ben Higgins…
What have you done?!
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The star of The Bachelor is already in hot water after dropping L-bombs with two different women this week, and now we know that, well, it kinda all worked out for him… so far, that is!
The reality TV hunk revealed on Tuesday morning to GMA that He. Is. Engaged!!!
Ch-ch-check out the smooth reveal (below)!!!
Dr. Drew is gross, but good on him for asking the important questions.
Teen Mom OG concluded its fifth season last week, which means the much anticipated reunion special began airing on Monday.
The MTV docu-series followed the original girls for the first time since 2012, and a whole lot has changed for Farrah Abraham, Amber Portwood, Maci Bookout, and Catelynn Lowell.
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And while all of the ladies have maintained their place in the public eye, nothing was as scandalous as Farrah's sex tape Back Door Teen Mom.
The 24-year-old may have put her porn past behind her, but we never really heard what her dad Michael Abraham had to say about his daughter's adult film career… until now!
And it sounds like he was pretty involved… He said:
Kris Jenner just wants her ex to be happy!
But the KUWTK star did admit that parts of Caitlyn Jenner's transition have been "confusing" to her — specifically Cait's new dating preferences!
Stopping by Tuesday's Ellen, the momager shared her thoughts on the former Olympian's recent admission that she doesn't see herself "dating women in the future."
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Although Kris admitted that the possibility of her ex dating men is "confusing for sure," she really just wants Cait to be happy and comfortable!
While things have seemed to smooth over between the Kardashian matriarch and Jenner, the 60-year-old confessed that she's still "getting used" to the new family dynamic.
Ch-ch-check out the interview (below) to hear Kris compare Caitlyn's transition to getting drunk at a party!
Stephen King fans have been blessed (and cursed) with dozens of film adaptations of his work over the years.
But after many attempts, the author's long-running book series The Dark Tower will finally see life on the big screen!
The eight novel sci-fi/fantasy series, which King regards as one of his magnum opus, follows a gunslinger on his quest to find a fabled Dark Tower — but things get WAY complicated, as he meets many of King's other characters from different worlds along the way.
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And it looks like this film already boasts quite the cast — Idris Elba has finally been confirmed to be playing the hero Gunslinger and Matthew McConaughey is playing the mysterious Man in Black!
King admitted he is "a little bit surprised" that the film is finally in production, as the first novel in the series was published way back in 1982! Speaking to EW, he said:
Beyoncé doesn't know what slacking is!
The Formation songstress could have showed up in a basketball jersey to watch the Nets face off the Clippers in Los Angeles on Monday night, but instead, she was looking courtside chic!
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A simple black blazer, gray tee, and a striped Gucci bag were all she needed to look cool and casual on date night.
So, why not be inspired by Bey and get this look for le$$?? Keep reading to find out how!!
There wasn't a dry eye after Lady GaGa's performance of Til It Happens To You at Sunday's Oscars.
More importantly, the powerful song has started a very important conversation about sexual assault and rallying behind survivors like never before.
Moved by the performance, Jade Roper — from The Bachelor and Bachelor in Paradise – penned an emotional confession of being raped just shy of her 17th birthday in a blog post entitled Why Lady GaGa's Performance Was The Most Important Part Of The Oscars.
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The 29-year-old explained:
"As I am writing this, my heart is beating fast, hard against my chest, almost irregularly. I've only shared my story with but a few, not even my family knows. But when I saw GaGa fill the whole room with emotion as she sang with conviction and urgency, as I saw survivors of sexual assault bravely stand up there showing the world that what happened to them does matter, tears streamed down my face. Finally the message of 'Do not tell me to act strong, do not tell me it will get better, do not pacify me. Until it happens to you, do not tell me how to feel or how to cope. And most importantly, do not try to make me feel insignificant. I am not invisible.' All things I thought I had to do. I have always had a fear of being a burden to people, of being too much."