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OMG!!! Baby bump alert: Leighton Meester stepped out with a baby bump and she's super adorbs!
This is such an exciting time for the couple, seeing as it's Leighton and Adam's first child!
While we're shocked the actress is preggers, it's no surprise the duo waited until she was showing to make an announcement!
They are pretty secretive with their personal life! Remember when they secretly got married and left it at that? LOLz!
Here's to a happy and healthy pregnancy, girl!!
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It's hard to believe sometimes that even professionals face danger in their jobs.
Extreme sports legend Dean Potter was one of two men found dead in Yosemite National Park after a BASE jumping attempt went wrong. On Saturday evening, Potter and fellow BASE jumper, Graham Hunt attempted a wingsuit flight from Taft Point, a 7,500 peak in the park — note that it is illegal to base jump in Yosemite.
The spotter for the two reportedly heard two sounds that, at the time she thought either could have been impacts, or their parachutes opening. After following protocol to try and reach the pair and find them, she had to report to authorities. Yosemite chief of staff, Mike Gauthier, tried to stay optimistic but noted:
Yay, a brand new Vogue cover star!
And she wears sexy bathing suits in the accompanying spread!
The Ted 2 star also reveals her thoughts on fashion and the red carpet:
"I don't love the red carpet, because it's loud and unnatural, but I do still get excited when I put on the chosen dress for the evening because I feel confident. Fashion can do that to you. I have a great relationship with Givenchy. I basically will wear whatever Riccardo designs because it's always interesting."
We're really glad 'Manda got this cover, and we hope there are more in her future!
She's come so far from being able to predict the weather with her breasts!
Check out the full spread in the gallery (above)!
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UPDATE 1:52 EST: According to a new report, Robinson's cause of death was "suicide by hanging" as told by the Philadelphia Medical Examiner's Office.
On Saturday, former NFL player Adrian Robinson Jr. passed away at age 25. His cause of death was not released at this time.
The linebacker played 12 games for the Pittsburgh Steelers back in 2012 after graduating from Temple University. He then played a short stint for the Philadelphia Eagles before being picked up by the Denver Broncos.
Robinson played with the Colorado team in 2013 during the first half of their season before making it to the Super Bowl. But the team waived the linebacker for another player.
Robinson's agency Symmetry released a statement on their Facebook page:
Prom night is darkest just before the dawn.
But not for Jaden Smith, who brightened up the evening with his signature Batman suit!
He's donned the white costume to all sorts of events, whether it makes any sense or not.
His date, Mecca Kalani, snapped a shot with the silly superhero and shared it on Instagram.
We applaud Jaden's costume commitment!
He's the hero prom night deserves!
[Image via Mecca Kalani/Instagram.]
Even rappers know when to extend an olive branch!
Reportedly, Sean Combs sat on the song which frustrated Drizzy because he really wanted to spit rhymes over the beat! Growing impatient, the Canadian recorded it anyway, which greatly angered the Sean John founder!
However, their feud is officially over!
According to sources, the two moguls called each other in April and were able to settle their differences! Yay for peace!
Well just exactly why did they put their drama aside?!
This weekend, a Duke University professor was suspended after it was discovered he wrote racist comments in a New York Times article, proving that he's too ridiculous to be considered an "educator."
Jerry Hough had to speak his mind after reading a New York Times editorial titled How Racism Doomed Baltimore. The professor disagreed with the article, which he deemed was telling black people to feel sorry for themselves.
He thought there was a connection between the Baltimore riots and black people having "strange," non-traditional white names. The Professor wrote in the comments:
"Blacks get symbolic recognition in an utterly incompetent mayor who handled this so badly from beginning to end that her resignation would be demanded if she were white. The blacks get awful editorials like this that tell them to feel sorry for themselves."
Hough compared "the blacks" to other cultures who have faced discrimination, specifically Asians. He continued: