Thank you, Blac Chyna, for serving up some shade to really get our week started on the right foot! LOLz!
See for yourself (below)!!
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Now that Twin Peaks is finally out of development hell, David Lynch is pulling out all the stops for his long-awaited revival series!
And by all the stops, we mean all the STARS!
Showtime revealed the cast members for the crime drama reboot, and in addition to several returning actors, we can expect a slew of A-list newcomers heading to the mysterious town!
In addition to series lead Kyle MacLachlan returning, actors from the original series set to reprise their roles are David Duchovny, Alicia Witt, David Patrick Kelly, and Harry Dean Stanton!
But not everyone in the OG cast is set to return — original cast members not featured on the cast list include Lara Flynn Boyle and Piper Laurie…
Oh well, who needs Donna Hayward or Catherine Martell with all that fresh meat! LOLz!
The new series, which will pick up decades after the original 1991 run, and will premiere sometime in 2017!
Ch-ch-check out the ENTIRE cast list (below)!
We always have such a good time on The Talk!
While we're saddened by the circumstances that led to our invitation, we're happy we got a chance to share our take on Prince's shocking death and all of the tributes that followed on the CBS talk show on Monday.
As you may have heard, Saturday Night Live upset a few fans over the weekend when their episode in Prince's honor stopped being about his musical performances, and instead started making fun of the legend.
Obviously, we found the scandal to be a bit of a non-issue since it was SNL, after all… being mocked by them is sort of the ultimate mark of success.
But did Sharon Osbourne, Julie Chen, Aisha Tyler, Sara Gilbert, and Sheryl Underwood agree with us??
We sure will miss ya, Prince!
Ch-ch-check out our latest appearance on The Talk (above)!!!
This may complicate matters.
In Minnesota, half siblings are treated like full siblings with the same rights under the law. This means his full sister Tyka and five living half siblings are entitled to a piece of the late singer's approximately $150 million estate.
TMZ also reports that although two of Prince's siblings are deceased, any children they may have will also be entitled to their share.
Sources divulged that the brilliant artist was repeatedly asked to draft a will by his advisors, but never did so.
It may be left up to the courts to figure everything out.
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Piers Morgan is officially the next name on the Beyhive's sh*t list!
After the soulful singer alluded to an alleged affair her husband Jay Z had, the pop star's fans have been on the hunt for "Becky with the good hair."
But now, they're after the British journalist for a completely different reason.
On Monday, the controversial celeb penned a piece for DailyMail in which he SLAMMED the gorgeous gal's latest musical release.
While the TV personality prefaced by saying he's a huge fan of the fierce female's, he explained that he did not like Lemonade because of the "deeply political and race-fueled tone."
The 51-year-old called out the artist's inclusion of Mike Brown and Trayvon Martin's mourning mothers, saying:
Erin Andrews is FINALLY done with her legal drama!
According to Andrews' lawyer, the beauty reached a settlement with Marriott hotels in her peeping tom case. While Erin received $55 million dollars in her lawsuit against her perpetrator Michael David Barrett and the hotel chain in March, it was not the end of her court room drama.
Shortly after E.A. received her legal victory, her lawyer asked the judge to apply rules of joint and several liability towards her awarded money. Essentially, the move would require the hotel owner and operator to pay the full settlement opposed to it being split with Michael.
For those who don't remember, the court ordered Barrett to pay $28 million while Marriott was told to cough up $27 million bucks.
If you're wondering why the blonde would want the hotel company to pay the full amount, it's most likely due to the fact that her perp doesn't have any money for restitution. Going after a profitable hotel chain is way more productive, especially when said hotel f*cked up so badly.
As for the settlement, Erin's lawyer confided that the details of the truce will remain private.
Speaking to E! News, the reporter's legal rep revealed:
"This litigation is over. Erin Andrews is satisfied with the settlement, the terms of which are confidential."
Well, we're just glad to hear Andrews got what she wanted! It's more than deserved!
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