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We're totally on board with this news.
Based on how perfectly funny Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Grace and Frankie turned out, we think it's safe to say we're a little pumped for Netflix's newest comedy!
Luckily we won't have to wait too long for some more laughs, because the streaming service announced on Wednesday that it has order 20 episodes of new multi-cam The Ranch starring Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson!
We smell a That '70s Show reunion!!!
The Ranch is about two brothers, (Kelso and Hyde,) trying to run a mom-and-pop shop when one of the brothers returns from a failed career in semi-pro football, and it'll be released in two sets of 10 episodes each later this year.
Will U be tuning in to watch Ashton's new show??
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Say it ain't so!
Little Big Town has to press pause when it comes to performing!
That's because their member Jimi Westbrook has to have surgery on his vocal cords to have a polyp removed. Yikes!
He and fellow band members Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, and Phillip Sweet took to Facebook on Wednesday to make the sad announcement that they will have to either reschedule or cancel all their tour dates between now and July 30.
The group has not yet announced any rescheduled dates, but we're glad Jimi is putting his health first.
Vocal polyps are pretty serious for musicians, so we're relieved that he'll be taking the proper precautions for his recovery once he has his operation.
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Watch out, Angelina!
Kendall Jenner put her modeling skills to good use when she walked the Fragrance Foundation Awards red carpet on Wednesday.
Aside from the assymetry of the dress, Kendall's whole look worked wonderfully because of the styling — the slimming belt, trademarked middle part, and slightly busy shoes work with the bright red color and simply make Kendall look breathtaking.
Lookin' good, Ken!
What do U think about Kendall's red carpet moment??
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Reports Say Brian Williams Is Expected To Stay At NBC — But Not As An Anchor! Lester Holt Will Take Over Nightly News!
Brian Williams got in quite a bit of hot water after he got caught embellishing stories.
Back in February, he wound up suspended from his position at NBC as the anchor on Nightly News. But now, CNN is reporting that the 56-year-old has struck a tentative deal with the network to keep him on their roster after his punishment is up in August.
But, the report says he won't be getting all cozy in his familiar chair behind the Nightly News desk.
According to the Wall Street Journal's Twitter account, Lester Holt will be filling that seat. They wrote:
People have been wondering whether or not Brian was going to be welcomed back to NBC after his scandal died down, and now it looks like we have our answer.
While it appears Brian will remain at the network once his suspension runs its course, we don't yet know the extent of the role he will play — only that it will be a new one.
Those who are familiar with this tentative plan told CNN that the network could open up about the TV personality's position as early as Thursday.
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She's out to drop jaws!!
The Empire actress channels her inner '70s starlet with a very bold look in the spread, wearing a sparkling silver Temperley London gown, Paul Andrew sandals, and Alexis Bittar rings.
This may be our fave look of hers yet!!
She even said of the shoot:
"It was very Diana Ross, very disco, Studio 54, big, big, big hair, lots of jewelry, big earrings, the stuff I like to wear. I'm a '70s baby so I hate I missed the era of Studio 54 ’cause I would've had a good time. I probably would've been dead but it would've been a good time!"
But Empire wouldn't be the same without you, Taraji!
Anyway, we'd totally be down with seeing the 44-year-old slay the red carpet in a look just like the one (above)!
The rest of the spread, BTS shots, and the dynamic cover are just as much of a must-see — so be sure to check them out in the gallery (above), too!
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Pulling Episodes Of 19 Kids & Counting Didn't Hurt TLC's Ratings At All — Could This Mean A Duggar Family Cancellation?!
Maybe Mama June will finally get her way!
Well, after TLC pulled The Duggars off its schedule on May 22, the network surprisingly didn't suffer any loss of ratings.
In fact, more people watched The Learning Channel the week after 19 Kids got pulled than they had when the once-hit show was on!
There's a lot of math that goes into Neilsen Ratings, but basically…
Soooo… Donald Trump's Campaign May Have Paid Actors To Cheer For Him At His Presidential Bid Speech!
On Tuesday, Donald Trump announced he was running for President in the 2016 election, and his speech was full of so many totally absurd comments that we were surprised so many people were there genuinely supporting him.
But now it's all starting to make sense.
Turns out, the political consulting group Gotham Government Relations and Communications teamed up with a New York casting agency to PAY ACTORS to show up and cheer for the billionaire.
Extra Mile Casting sent out an email on Friday to a bunch of background extras, looking to pay $50 for each one who decided to show their support for the Apprentice boss. It read:
"We are looking to cast people for the event to wear t-shirts and carry signs and help cheer him in support of his announcement. We understand this is not a traditional 'background job,' but we believe acting comes in all forms and this is inclusive of that school of thought."
So far, neither Extra Mile nor Gotham GR are commenting on their involvement with the email. The presidential hopeful's campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, said he was pretty adamant that the business mogul did NOT pay anyone to cheer him on:
"Mr. Trump draws record crowds at almost every venue at which he is a featured speaker. The crowds are large, often record-setting and enthusiastic, often with standing ovations."
We don't blame everyone for denying all this… It's pretty embarrassing.
What do U think? Did the Trumpmeister buy his support? SOUND OFF in the comments!
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