This is unimaginably tragic.
The team did release a statement on the matter, though (below):
After several years of marriage, Kristin Cavallari and husband Jay Cutler seems as in love as ever!
On Tuesday evening, the Laguna Beach alum and her man celebrated their three year wedding anniversary with a romantic night out. Aww!
Of course, the blonde beauty commemorated the evening by sharing a snap from their date night on Instagram. For the silly pic (above), The Hills vet wrote:
Selena Gomez is SO ready for summer!
In a gorgeous selfie shared via Nine Zero One Salon's Instagram account, Ms. Gomez debuted some sexy new bangs while on her Revival tour. The look is a big departure from the singer's typically sleek and parted down the middle hairstyle.
While bangs are often a controversial change, we must admit that S.G. looks GORGEOUS here. We're glad the beauty opted for long
But wait, it turns out these locks are
This is incredibly heavy.
The photographer explained why he called the cops after the 30-year-old's alleged altercation with the Pirates of the Caribbean star on Saturday, May 21, saying:
Marvel heroes and villains, coming together to share awkward childhood pics — what could be better?
Oh, it could be for a really good cause…
UNICEF Ambassador Tom Hiddleston has joined in the Emergency Lessons campaign to help make sure children in crisis areas are still getting an education.
To bring awareness to the issue, he shared his school photo in which is, come on, TOTALLY adorable!
See what he has to say about the pic AND about #EmergencyLessons (below)!
A photograph is worth a thousand words — but for Ed Sheeran, it might cost millions!
The musician is being sued for $20 million over his 2015 smash hit Photograph for allegedly "verbatim, note-for-note copying" it!
Songwriters Martin Harrington and Thomas Leonard say Sheeran's x single ripped off their song Amazing — which was recorded and released as a single by X Factor winner Matt Cardle in 2012.
The lawsuit states the two songs have the same chord progressions and musical notation — particularly the chorus, which allegedly shares 39 identical notes in pitch, rhythmic duration and placement in the measure.
According to a complaint issued by the plaintiffs: