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!
Erika Christensen's darling daughter is finally here!
On Tuesday, the blonde beauty became a momma after giving birth to her first child! The actress is officially experiencing Parenthood IRL!
She and her husband, Cole Maness, welcomed their little girl into the world and named her — drum roll, please — Shane Maness! So cute!
Before the exciting arrival, Erika tweeted:
I'm in labor. Right now.
— Erika Christensen (@ERIKAjaneC) June 22, 2016
Thanks for the update! LOLz!
The Wicked City alum first made the AW-dorable announcement that she was expecting at the end of March, and then proudly displayed her baby bump the very next day, at the premiere of her film Confirmation.
We're just so excited for these precious parents! Congratulations, you two!
[Image via AKM-GSI.]
Uhhhhhhhhh, okay then.
Kendall Jenner went out in public in NYC in a totally sheer off-shoulder bodysuit worn sans bra and we're not entirely sure why.
It wasn't for a photo shoot or any special event. It was just your regular Tuesday.
The supermodel was accompanied by friends Gigi Hadid and Hailey Baldwin, who also wore black, but who managed to cover up their nipples
Kendall's nipple ring, however, was greeting the whole world with enthusiasm!
We don't care if people show their boobs; we just don't get the reason for wearing this outside in broad daylight.
What is the point? Maybe there is no point! Free the nipple! Whatever!
See the uncensored shot (below)!
***WARNING: Spoilers For Pretty Little Liars Ahead***
Even after six years… we just can't quit you, PLL!
Pretty Little Liars left us on a rather dramatic cliffhanger during March's season finale, but we're happy to say everyone's favorite rag tag team of terrible detectives is back and as campy as ever.
Season Seven kicked off Monday night with another time jump — albeit just four days as opposed to five years — that saw Spencer (Troian Bellisario), Aria (Lucy Hale), and Emily (Shay Mitchell) burying a grave for who we were supposed to believe was Hanna (Ashley Benson).
Unfortunately, things took an even harder to follow turn when the Freeform drama jumped back to the moment Hanna went missing back in Season Six, and gave Spencer, Aria, Emily, Mona (Janel Parirsh), Ezra (Ian Harding), Caleb (Tyler Blackburn), and Toby (Keegan Allen) just
Baby bump alert!
The 32-year-old actress has been on the move promoting her new flick Bad Moms — but she took a moment to enjoy lunch with a pal at Cafe Gratitude in El Lay on Tuesday. She kept her look simple with a loose-fitting tank, jeans, and sandals.
As you know, the That ‘70s Show costars are already parents to 20-month-old daughter Wyatt.
So happy for this growing family!
[Image via Splash News.]
While Ben Higgins may've finally found love with Lauren Bushnell, it seems the twosome aren't quite done with reality TV.
Yup, The Bachelor alums are returning to the boob tube for their own unscripted series about their life in Denver, CO. Now the spinoff show won't air on ABC, BUT Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After will be apart of the network's sister channel Freeform's fall programming. AH-Mazing!
On their decision to return to reality TV, Ben told Us Weekly:
Love is the best medicine!
Since the horrible mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando almost two weeks ago, there has been a ton of support for the victims — and Broadway is making sure they're contributing as much as possible!
Some pretty major names, including Sarah Jessica Parker, Whoopi Goldberg, and Kristen Bell, recently came together to record a cover of Burt Bacharach and Hal David's classic song What the World Needs Now is Love to benefit the Orlando shooting victims and on Tuesday they released their track!
Well now we have even better news as Maya Rudolph and Martin Short had some of the song's performers — Sean Hayes, Megan Hilty, Rosie Perez, and Michael Cerveris — perform the track live on their new show Maya & Marty on Tuesday night!
In a shared message at the begging of the video, the stars expressed their deep feelings of sadness saying:
"All of us in the Broadway community are deeply saddened by the senseless tragedy that occurred in Orlando. We send our love and support and thoughts and prayers to everyone impacted by this act of violence and hate."
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazingly inspirational performance (below) and don't forget to snag What the World Needs Now is Love on iTunes to help benefit the LGBT Center of Central Florida!