That's such good news!
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We can't believe it's been a year already!
JWoww celebrated her daughter Meilani's first birthday on Monday, and she was just oozing with motherly pride.
But she wasn't alone, because her BFF/Jersey Shore cast mate Snooki also got in on the festivities.
Snooki posted an adorable throwback photo set of herself and the birthday girl from a year ago, and you can just tell how much she loves being a Godmother!
But not to be outdone, JWoww shared an even cuter photo of Meilani with her birthday cake:
This is actually awesome!
Pretty soon, Homer Simpson won't be the only one who can crack open a Duff at the end of a long day! 20th Century Fox is joining the alcoholic beverage game, by developing an official brand for the famed beer from the hit animated series, The Simpsons.
Now, Duff is no stranger to store shelves.
Beer distributors across the world have often tried to bottle The Simpsons' success by selling their own version of the popular fictional beverage, but the network made sure to shut them down.
By the beginning of next year, Fox will launch sales in Chile, which they plan to expand to more of South America and Europe.
The company is starting the drink in Chile because the country is the one with the highest amount of unofficial Duff bottles being sold. Fox's president of consumer products, Jeffrey Godsick, says it's a case of fighting fire with fire:
Chrissy Teigen may be one of the most famous models in the world, but that doesn't mean she isn't up-to-date what's on trendy.
In fact, John Legend's 29-year-old wife is so tech-savvy that if she were single, she'd be all over Tinder!
In a recent interview, Chrissy admitted to actually downloading the app just for fun despite having a husband, saying:
We adore Ruby Rose.
This is something she knew about herself from a young age, but back as a small child, she seriously considered having surgery to transition from female to male.
The model-slash-actress reveals that she began saving her pennies — even before the age of six — to plan for the procedure, saying:
Money alone can't fix injustice.
That's the message Esaw Garner is sending after rejecting the city of New York's $5 million settlement offer in the death of her husband, Eric Garner.
Eric, of course, was killed by officers of the New York City Police Department last July — in fact, one year ago on Friday — after being stopped for selling cigarettes on the street.
The officers, while subduing Garner, choked him and those actions led to his death. Garner's haunting, famous refrain — "I can't breathe" — was memorialized during protests in the ensuing weeks.
The offer from the city comes at a time where Esaw must decide