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Over the weekend, the U.S. suffered one of the biggest terror attacks and on Monday night, late night hosts Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, Conan O'Brien, and Seth Meyers all took a moment to address the tragic events.
While the late night shows are generally all about silliness, celebrity interviews, and poking fun at the news, each comedian decided to address the terrible incident in their own way.
James Corden talked about Orlando during the Tony Awards, but last night Jimmy, Stephen, Conan, and Seth decided to touch on viewpoints of the shooting from how to tell their kids, to accepting others, and getting rid of guns — and even mentioning how to help the victims!
Ch-ch-check out all the AH-Mazing tributes from the incredible late night hosts last night (below)!
Amber Heard is NOT looking for a payday.
In fact, it seems the blonde beauty only wants her estranged husband Johnny Depp to stay as far away from her as possible. How do we know this?
It seems the 30-year-old simply wants her Friday court date to be about her restraining order against the Pirates of the Caribbean actor, as the spousal support issue would've also been discussed. In case you forgot, the up-and-comer was granted a temporary restraining order against the 53-year-old after she accused him of allegedly assaulting her throughout their marriage.
Amber claims she only asked for financial help as she thought it was standard procedure during a divorce. Not to mention, the Texas native SLAMMED Depp's camp for twisting her request in the media and claims it's being:
As you may recall, reports began circulating earlier this month that the Victoria's Secret model and the former One Direction member had called it quits on their relationship. Well it seems the twosome weren't off for very long as they've become attached at the hip once more!
So what brought these two love birds back together? On the A-listers' reconciliation, a source dished:
Sadly, Chicago, IL knows this violence all too well as they aren't particularly known for having the safest neighborhoods. To make matters worse, the city had quite the tragic weekend after several people died due to gun violence.
From the span of last Friday night to early Monday morning, several people were killed across the city leaving at least 35 others wounded — including a 5-year-old girl!
The first incident occurred around 8 p.m. on Friday in the Marquette Park neighborhood and the victims were a 5-year-old girl and a 34-year-old woman! Apparently, the two were walking around the 6700 block of South Artesian when someone walked out of a nearby alley and