We're not sure WHY these people are famous, but we are definitely here for the drama!
Allow us to give you a play-by-play...
See the ego blows (below)!
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Last week, the CIA concluded that Russia did, in fact, interfere with the 2016 election, and Donald Trump responded in the most Trump-y way possible — by undermining the legitimacy of his own intelligence agencies and stroking his own ego!
In response to the conclusive findings, the President-elect's transition team urged Americans to "move on" because last month's election "was a long time ago."
On Monday's Late Night, Meyers blasted Trump for not taking the CIA's findings seriously — especially when he'll need to rely on these intelligence agencies as a president. (If he ever attends an intelligence briefing, that is…)
Meyers then broke down the inaccuracies in Trump's team's response; they once again referred to his election win as "one of the biggest Electoral College victories in history" — to which he quipped:
Now that we're down to the final four contestants, things are heating up, and Monday night, the singers got to perform one last time before the winner is crowned!
Each singer had to perform three times — an original track, a cover song, and a duet with their coach!
While we'll have to wait for Tuesday night to find out the results from this incredible season, last night's best performances (below) are certainly worth a watch!
Ch-ch-check out all the highlights from part one of The Voice's finale (below) and let us know who you're rooting for! And don't forget to catch the finale when it airs at 9 p.m. EST on NBC!
UPDATE 10:18 A.M. EST: After their meeting, Kanye and Trump addressed the perplexed press — then hugged!
Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
We can barely keep up…
We can't believe it's already been six months…
It's become an annual tradition for one episode every season of Vanderpump Rules to be all about West Hollywood's iconic pride parade — and Season 5 is no different.
Unfortunately, as you're surely aware, June 2016's festivities were overshadowed by the massacre at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando where 49 of our brothers and sisters were shot to death in the worst mass shooting in American history.
However, the show must go on… which explains why Bravo cameras were on when Tom Sandoval, Stassi Schroeder, Tom Schwartz, and Katie Maloney first started coming to terms with the tragedy during Monday night's all-new episode.
In fact, Sandoval even proved he was the perfect LGBT ally by not making the 49 murders somehow about the straight SUR staff, but by pointing out the oppression our community faces on the daily instead.
Although, for a show set in the gay capital of El Lay, we're surprised Lisa Vanderpump hasn't cast an openly queer castmate yet… but at least she's talking about the shooting at all, which is more than we can say for our President-elect and his cabinet of bigots.
Ch-ch-check out the highlight of Monday night's #PUMPRules (below)!!!
The supermodel was particularly glittering in her fully embellished pink and black number with plunging neckline, while the gymnast rocked a bold color choice in orange.
Aly also made her red carpet debut with beau Colton Underwood, who is a football tight end.
P.S. Aly's shoes were rad!
Check out more pics in the gallery (above)!
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Kanye West continues his road to recovery.
The NYC doctors will reportedly work together with the Famous artist's El Lay treatment staff, who have been looking after the celeb ever since his recent breakdown.
As we've reported, Kanye is focusing on the remodel of his family's Hidden Hills estate during this time of recovery, and it's also reported he's setting up meetings with designers and architects while on the trip to help with renovations. Sounds like a productive trip!
And although the A-lister has been working on new music, sources close to the situation say there are no plans for the Saint Pablo tour to resume anytime soon.
We'll obviously keep you updated as we learn more as to West's status.
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