Check out the speech (above) and see if you think Kanye is seriously running for prez!
It's about time Mia Isabella spoke out!
On Thursday, the transgender actress released an official statement regarding the controversy surrounding her alleged sexting affair with Tyga.
While the 25-year-old admits to ownership of the d*ck pics in question, he claims to have NOT sent them to Mia.
On the 23-year-old's side, she says she's more than happy to help the FBI in their investigation to find out who hacked the rapper's phone.
Obviously the ordeal has been very trying for Isabella, who feels like the scandal is exaggerated because she's transgender. The actress explained:
The hits just keep coming!
On Wednesday, the accuser from the damning 2005 deposition, Andrea Constand, filed a new motion to her civil lawsuit against Bill Cosby.
The accuser feels that the TV legend and his legal team have regularly violated the confidentiality agreement from their 2006 settlement of Constand's sexual assault claims.
The motion stated:
"Cosby's behaviors have caused plaintiff unwanted and overwhelming media attention, which has detrimentally affected her."
The document continues to highlight that the actor and his representatives have publicly discredited other women who claimed sexual misconduct by the iconic comedian.
Apparently, the confidentiality agreement includes Miz Constand and 13 other Jane Does' accounts of sexual assault by the controversial celeb.
The filing argued:
Slay, Maisie Williams!
The Game of Thrones starlet proved she's just as badass off screen with an inspiring speech on gender equality delivered at the Always #LikeAGirl Confidence Summit in New York on Tuesday.
And she did an amazing job!
The 18-year-old activist asserted:
"It's time for society to stop telling girls what they should and shouldn't do."
She didn't stop there, either! Maisie also remarked:
"It's time for girls to be free; free to nurture and celebrate whatever qualities and talents make them different. It's the most liberating time moving into adulthood. But that transition should not happen with labels and expectations, but with an open heart and mind… Fight for yours, grab it with both hands and hold it like the course of your future depends on it. Because it does. The world is desperate for leaders, male and female. It's not about gender, it's about purpose … Fan your fire, move from your core, and be quick on your feet. Sharp in your mind, gentle in your heart. Be authentic. If you can do all that? Well then get ready for greatness. Chin up, chest out. You are unstoppable. Like a girl."
It's not hard to believe the teen's passionate speech would ring true for at least one girl out there, and hopefully it will inspire!
Ch-ch-check out her delivery in its entirety (below) by pressing PLAY at the 50 minute mark. You won't want to miss it!
[Image via AP Images.]
TV casting… happens so fa-ast!
Actually, it's been over a year since Fox first announced their Grease: Live! musical, so it's taken quite a while to get the perfect Danny Zuko.
And the best choice was… Aaron Tveit!
Playing Kenickie — and romancing Vanessa Hudgens ' Rizzo — will be Big Time Rush star
It's so hard to keep track of Jenelle Evans' relationship with Nathan Griffith!
Also, is our beloved Barbara (KEEEEFFFAAHHHH!!!!) now on board with the pairing?
Check out our juicy chat (above)!
Michael Douglas is about to start World War 3 with the UK and Australia all because of…
Yes, you heard us right!
In an article published on Wednesday, the 70-year-old actor spoke with London's Independent about the current state of the entertainment industry and how young American actors are NOT getting the best parts!
The Ant-Man star exclaimed:
"There's something going on with young American actors—both men and women—because the Brits and Australians are taking many of the best American roles from them."
Specifically, he targets the younger generation's obsession with social media, and how a thespian's looks are taking priority over their craft!
"Clearly, it breaks down on two fronts. In Britain they take their training seriously while in the States we're going through a sort of social media image conscious thing rather than formal training. Many actors are getting caught up in this image thing which is going on to affect their range."
He also criticizes the US's lack of manliness:
"With the Aussies, particularly with the males it's the masculinity. In the US we have this relatively asexual or unisex area with sensitive young men and we don't have many Channing Tatums or Chris Pratts, while the Aussies do. It's a phenomena."
Overall, actors are simply not acting!
"There's a crisis in young American actors right now. Everyone's much more image conscious than they are about actually playing the part."
Don't expect to find Michael on Snapchat anytime soon!
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Apparently "I'll see you again in 25 years" doesn't mean anything anymore.
The Twin Peaks revival series, originally slated to premiere in 2016 — exactly 25 years after the final season left off in 1991 — has been delayed.
What a big disappointment to fans, who were coffee-teased with the news months ago!
So was it all the disputes between Showtime and co-creator/director David Lynch? Or the logistical problems inherent in coming back a quarter century later?
Co-creator Mark Frost, who broke the news of the delay, explained: