But wait! The source dished much, much more:
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Everyone's favorite adorable master builder/superhero/raptor trainer Chris Pratt is ready to give you the chance of a lifetime!
The Guardians Of The Galaxy star has partnered up with Omaze — a company that teams up with non-profit organizations to help dreams come true while spreading awareness for an incredible cause!
That's right, by donating as little as $10 to this campaign not only will you help out the Boys & Girls Club in Lake Stevens, Washington, but you can score sweet loot depending on your donation!
Oh, and if that's not enough for you, you will also be entered to win a set visit to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, a meet and greet lunch with Pratt, and a behind-the-scenes tour!
Ch-ch-check out Chris' AH-Mazing video for charity as he takes you on a HIGHlarious tour around the set YOU could visit (below)!
It seems like Gawker Media never stood a chance in their legal battle with Hulk Hogan.
On Wednesday, a juror from the case opened up about why exactly the jury laid down such harsh compensatory AND punitive damages to the controversial site.
In case you forgot, the WWE athlete (born Terry Bollea) was awarded with $140 million in damages after the 62-year-old sued the scandalized website for violating his privacy when they posted a sex tape of himself sleeping with his former best friend's wife.
Juror Salina Stevens dished that it was after the group viewed the sex tape that they decided Gawker would have to pay a staggering amount. In fact, Miz Stevens said that once she and her peers realized Terry was filmed without his knowledge they sided with him.
Get ready to swoon!
As you may know, Prince Harry is a proud feminist and made sure to talk about his beliefs while speaking at the Nepal Girl Summit in Kathmandu. LOVES it!
The ginger prince went abroad once again as part of his royal duties — and like a season traveler, he immersed himself into the culture of the South Asian country. However, during one stop on his tour, Prince William's brother put his tourist role aside for an activist one as he graciously applauded the President of Nepal, Bidhya Devi Bandar, for championing opportunities for the women of her country.
Chew on that!
Richard Belzer is one of the most iconic actors in the Law & Order franchise, and it seems like he's hungry to get back in front of the camera.
That's because it was announced on Monday that Detective Munch himself will be returning to Law & Order: SVU this season after leaving the main cast back in 2013!
Richard will be reuniting with Mariska Hargitay, Ice-T, and Kelli Giddish for an episode this May entitled "Fashionable Crimes," where he'll help the team investigate a model's claims that she was endangered by a famous photographer — a la Terry Richardson.
While we've missed Munch's presence on the NBC procedural, we're not shocked by the news.
After all, the character holds the record for most appearances on TV; including episodes of Homicide: Life on the Street, Arrested Development, and even The X-Files!
Will U be chowing down on Munch's return later this Spring on NBC??
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Jane Fonda had an unconventional path towards becoming a feminist and is not afraid to talk about it.
In an essay written for Lena Dunham's Lenny Letter, the Grace & Frankie actress opened up about her "slow" journey towards feminism. The A-lister even revealed that in the 1970's she didn't fully understand the Women's Liberation Movement.
However, that all changed when Miz Fonda became a war activist and met several prominent feminists during that time.
Guess he didn't think she earned him as her opening act…
As you may remember, RiRi announced way back in November that Travis Scott would be joining the North American leg of her ANTI World Tour while Big Sean and The Weeknd would be accompanying her for her European shows… except that is no longer the case!
It was announced on Wednesday that the 26-year-old Grammy winner has dropped out of the shows set for June-August due to "unforeseen changes."
Live Nation confirmed the not-so-shocking news in a statement, saying: