Good luck trying to spin this, Kris.
AND the song Beautiful Day isn't even a Tyga track -- so she's a cheater now, too!
Ch-ch-check out Kylie and Lil Yachty's Beautiful Day (below)!!!
[Image via Kylie Jenner/Instagram.]
This morning, Spacey made a stop at Today to chat it up with the hosts about the upcoming season, when Willie Geist asked Kevin if Frank Underwood would be behind Donald Trump and support him.
The 56-year-old actor stayed true to his character and said:
"[He'd] get behind just to shove him… I don't think so, no."
This of course is a reference to [SPOILER ALERT] the way Underwood killed off Kate Mara's character by pushing her in front of a subway train in season 2.
Ch-ch-check out Spacey's HIGHlarious response on Today (below):
Perception is everything!
According to sources close to Kanye West, his daily Twitter rants and uncomfortable obsession with Taylor Swift is all just an act. In fact, the rapper is anything but crazy if we choose to believe his inner circle!
Kris Jenner's crisis management team Friends of West have jumped to his defense in light of his seemingly public breakdown, claiming we're just privy to Ye's "public persona" rather than the real him:
"Whatever the world thinks about Kanye, they haven't seen the real him. Everything else, like the tweets and the crazy stuff at awards shows, that's not really him. It's really him when he's rubbing Kim's back, or holding her hand. Or playing with North. That's the real Kanye West, not the public persona."
The insider adds:
And after FX dropped the first trailer for the drama, we're pleased to find the rest of the show looks just as impressive!
The co-production between FX and BBC One is set in 1814, and follows James Keziah Delaney (Hardy) — a man who returns to London from Africa to inherit his father's business, and unravels a dark family mystery full of conspiracy and betrayal!
The Revenant actor — who is also serving as executive producer with Ridley Scott and Steven Knight — created the eight-episode series based on an original idea with his father Chips Hardy!
Ch-ch-check out the intense trailer (above)!
Well this is disappointing.
Legendary model Cheryl Tiegs had some pretty controversial things to say about the newest Sports Illustrated Swimsuit covers.
Sadly, the former SI model didn't agree with the magazine's decision to feature Ashley Graham.
But in an interview with E! News, Cheryl dissed the 28-year-old, saying:
"I don't like that we're talking about full-figured women because it's glamorizing them because your waist should be smaller than 35 [inches]. That's what Dr. Oz said, and I'm sticking to it. No, I don't think it's healthy. Her face is beautiful. Beautiful. But I don't think it's healthy in the long run."
Sigh. The 68-year-old is entitled to her own opinion, but wow.
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Focus on her!
Ariana Grande will soon be joining a very elite club!
That's because Saturday Night Live just announced on Thursday that the Problem singer will be featured as both the musical guest AND host on March 12's episode!
Only a handful of hosts in the show's long history have performed double duty — a shortlist that includes Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, and Jennifer Lopez, which means Ari is probably here to stay.
In a less impressive move, SNL also announced March 5's episode will be Jonah Hill's fourth outing as host, with musical guest Future making his debut!
Does this mean we'll be getting Dangerous Woman in just two weeks?! Hmm…
Are U excited to see Ari make history??
[Image via Twitter.]
The b*tch is definitely back!
During an interview with Rolling Stone, Janet's I Know The Truth duet partner was super critical of her live shows, going as far as telling her to "f*ck off," saying: