Bronkhorst explained that, on the night of July 1, he was accompanied by
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It looks like Kim Kardashian made good on her promise to gift us with shots from Selfish!
On April 30, Kim posted a TON of selfies in anticipation of Selfish's May 5 release date.
In the snaps, we see a much younger Kardashian posing with her friends Jonathan Cheban, Simon Huck, and even Kourtney Kardashian.
Obviously, the reality star always had her selfie pose on lock — these photos are so Kim K!
Keep the teases coming, Keeks! We love us some vintage Cheban!
So, will you be buying Kim's new book?
[Image via Kim Kardashian/Twitter.]
Oh no you didn't!
Anna Kendrick let it be known to the Twitter-verse when she heard the news that Independence Day 2 recast and replaced Mae Whitman, who played the President's daughter in the first flick, with the It Follows star Maika Monroe.
Kendrick came to the defense of her home-girl and former Scott Pilgrim co-star, Miz Whitman, by tweeting this NSFW message:
Do you love it, or do you just love it?
It seems like every pop star is changing their hair up recently!
The Biebs has always had pretty iconic hair, but we're pretty into his buzzed sides and lengthy top look.
We're a little surprised it took JB so long to try out the it hairstyle of 2014, but he does look mighty handsome.
What do U think of Justin's new clean cut look??
[Image via Justin Bieber/Instagram.]
As you've probably heard by now, everyone's favorite Clueless actress appeared on The Meredith Vieria Show on Wednesday when the topic of gender equality came up.
Stacey Dash was quick to point out that there really isn't such a thing as gender pay gap and that people are just making up excuses.
Even though Meredith and a ton of other outlets pointed out that it's proven that women only make 77 cents compared to every dollar made by a man, the right-wing pundit has continued to defend her stance.
Following her episode of Meredith, Stacey took to Twitter to voice her opinion, saying:
Who knew one seemingly harmless photo could cause so much trouble?
According to legal docs, a state trooper in Dallas is suing his bosses for penalizing him with "disciplinary counseling" after he took a photo with Snoop Dogg.
The whole mess started when the trooper, Billy Spears, posed for a pic with Snoop at SXSW where the rapper gave a keynote speech.
While the snap was completely lighthearted, Billy's department was NOT happy and they punished him with disciplinary counseling, a move which could prevent the trooper from seeking future advancement in the force.
What's unfair about this situation is that the Drop It Like It's Hot singer is the one who requested the photo and then later posted it to Instagram!
In defense of the punishment, Spears' superiors cited Snoop's criminal background as casting a negative light on the department.
Billy is now filing a civil lawsuit against his bosses because he feels like the punishment was motivated by previous conflicts and not S.D.'s criminal past.
So, whose side are YOU on?!
[Image via Instagram.]