What a horrible person.
At the time, the religious leader had written on Twitter:
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Jessica Chastain needs your help!
On Thursday, the 38-year-old took to Instagram offering a reward for her grandmother's stolen dog. The gorgeous gal shared a photo of the precious pup, Livvy, explaining that she was snatched from a McDonald's in Vallejo, California.
The lovely lady wrote in the caption, urging her 477,000 followers to help track down her grandma's furry friend:
"For those of you who love animals, you must understand how devastated my grandma is. Please help. xxjes @mcdonalds"
Jessica's grandmother also commented on the picture, begging fans for help:
Please reach out to local authorities if you have any information about the whereabouts of this darling dog (below):
Sources say the pair left the André Balazs-owned boutique hotel separately around midnight.
Could love be back in the air for these two cuties?!
If you don't remember, the now 18-year-old actress and Victoria and David Beckham's son used to spend a lot of quality time together going to spin class and attending the Teen Choice Awards — you know, normal teenager stuff!
"I don't want to date older people, because I'm 18 and older people are more serious. Then I kind of realized, 'I'll go on dates, why not?' And that's kind of how I am right now."
We wonder what this means for Brooklyn's relationship with Sonia Ben Ammar?
Ah, young love is so unpredictable!
We are SO about this Chloë/Brooklyn reunion! What do U think, Perezcious readers??
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This is kind of creepy!
According to reports, Nielsen — the people who track TV ratings — will soon have the ability to track what you send to your friends on Facebook!
The ratings company has an agreement with the gigantic social network to monitor your conversations with family and friends on the site about popular TV shows, and those convos will be sent from Facebook to supplement TV rating information!
So if you're really into Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, or you find yourself recommending Jessica Jones to a friend or family member on the social network, expect that Mark Zuckerberg's website is going to
Evidence: Please see below.
1. October 30, 2015 — Rumors began swirling in September that Gwennie Gwen and Blake were more than just "good friends" and colleagues on The Voice. A day before Halloween the two were even spotted holding hands at a party. And just what costume did Gwen wear on that fateful night?
DUN DUN DUN!
She was a cowgirl!!!
He's grown now.
Aaron Carter is getting ready to make his return to music with a brand new EP next month, so he's been busy making his media rounds while simultaneously interacting with fans.
We already showed you how he had the slightest meltdown earlier in the week when someone asked him to perform I Want Candy at a concert in Virginia — and now we know why.
Thanks to a clip from Oprah's Where Are They Now? series, it turns out that the 28-year-old actually dislikes his old music and thinks his career as a child star was "a joke."
As we reported earlier, Kristin Cavallari was sent to the hospital after a car crash in the Chicago area on Thursday.
While the 29-year-old did not suffer any serious injuries, the wreck definitely had a terrible effect on her — considering the last couple of weeks she's had.
In case you don't remember, Kristin's brother, Michael, was found dead after going missing for two weeks back in December.
A source revealed to People that the former reality TV starlet is more on edge, divulging:
This is SUCH a welcome improvement!
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences has vowed to make massive changes designed to improve diversity at the Oscars, and within their own membership ranks, in response to the ongoing #OscarsSoWhite controversy!
Information was released by the Academy on Friday that confirmed a massive overhaul to their governing bodies and voting members that will "make the Academy's membership, its governing bodies, and its voting members significantly more diverse."
They also stated a goal of DOUBLING the number of women and "diverse" members of the Academy in the next four years.
Current Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs led the way with a statement on Friday: