This mom sure could use an extra hand!
[Image via MTV.]
Jared's got a new GF — No joke!
That's because the Suicide Squad actor was spotted out and about twice over the weekend with model Valery Kaufman.
Plus, we're hearing that after they were spotted shopping for groceries, the pair linked arms on their way to dinner — definitely sounds like they're dating to us!
While Jared and the Russian model are both in the entertainment industry, that might be the only thing they have in common, seeing as Jared is 43 and Valery was born in 1994…
But hey, if they're having fun, that's all that matters to us!
P.S. Who else could look that hot with Joker-green hair??
[Image via Splash News.]
Caitlyn Jenner is getting such a huge outpouring of positivity from her family!
Now, Caitlyn's mother, Esther Jenner, is opening up about the 65-year-old's stunning reveal.
The 88-year-old momma told Access Hollywood that Caitlyn is "beautiful," and said the magazine spread isn't her first introduction:
"I was there last week, well actually, I got home a week and a half ago. And I met Caitlyn. She is … so much more at ease."
However, Esther admitted she's not quite as comfortable as Caitlyn is, at least not yet.
"I still have to call him Bruce. His father and I named him that. It's going to be a struggle for me to get used to the change, but happily so… I'm very happy for him – or her!"
Instead, she feels the reality star's niece, Samantha, is a more appropriate doppelgänger:
"You know who she reminds me of, my granddaughter Samantha. There is a lot of Sam!"
Regardless of whoever you think she looks like, we're thrilled for Caitlyn!
We love that she finally feels comfortable in her own skin.
[Image via Annie Leibovitz/Vanity Fair.]
As Kim Kardashian West announced her second pregnancy after the Keeping Up With the Kardashian's mid-season finale on Sunday, the internet basically has all bets on the second child being named South West.
Well, since their first is named North, you would think the couple would go with another unique direction-esque moniker!
Whilst South is definitely popular amongst the interwebz, here are some other names Kimye could think about for their second baby!
It looks like G.R.L. will no longer be a girl group!
Over the weekend, fans noticed that two of the Ugly Heart songstresses had changed their social media accounts — a sign hinting that the group had split.
Group members Emmalyn Estrada and Paula van Oppen's Twitter handles no longer include "GRL" — and Paula's has been completely changed from @GRLPaula to @eyesthatlightup!
And if that wasn't enough proof, founding member Lauren Bennett may have confirmed that the group was done with this cryptic message:
Caitlyn Jenner's debut has everyone talking… including the President of the United States!
The President's message was short, but powerful:
Ironically, Caitlyn amassed over a million Twitter followers in just four hours, breaking the record set by Obama last month.
It took the President five hours to reach that milestone.
June 1st has particular significance in the LGBT community, as it marks the beginning of Pride month.
It's so great to see the highest-ranking official in the U.S. showing admiration for Caitlyn.
It sounds like Jessica Lange is learning a LOT about the internet today!!
In fact, you couldn't go ANYWHERE on the Twittersphere without seeing her name, and some tweeters were even pointing out that the 65-year-old looked a bit like Jessica Lange!
So much so that the American Horror Story star started trending too!
Because Jessica wasn't online today she had no idea! But when someone took the time to explain the whole situation to her, she had THIS to say:
In 2008, then 17-year-old Samantha Elauf (pictured above in February 2015) was denied a job at Abercrombie & Fitch, which she felt was a result of her wearing a hijab, and thus identifying herself as Muslim, during the interview process.
On Monday, the Supreme Court, in a near unanimous 8-1 decision, ruled that companies cannot discriminate against employees, or deny employment to job applicants, for religious reasons.
The justices ruling against Abercrombie argued that even if the retailer did not know for a fact that Elauf was Muslim, their suspicions had nevertheless influenced their decision not to hire her.
Justice Antonin Scalia wrote:
"The rule for disparate-treatment claims based on a failure to accommodate a religious practice is straightforward. An employer may not make an applicant's religious practice, confirmed or otherwise, a factor in employment decisions."
This decision will obviously have major implications in the future for other companies who raise suspicions of discriminating for religious reasons.
It should be noted, however, that Abercrombie has changed its "looks policy" recently after backlash that the company only hired employees that fit a very narrow, mainstream ideal.
Better late than never, we guess!