It was the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, and now we know exactly how it happened.
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The Beyhive is abuzz with good news right now!
According to the singer's most devoted fans, Beyoncé will release her sixth studio album soon. Even though we have no official word if this rumor is true, Bey's followers provided us with some very convincing evidence!
There's a lot to dissect, so we'll get right to it.
On Wednesday night, the momma's iTunes storefront SHUT DOWN. Naturally, this sent fans into a frenzy… which then led them to realize their idol's Vimeo account simultaneously posted eighteen unlisted videos.
Is she getting ready to drop another surprise record this weekend??
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This is a whole new side of Meghan Trainor!
We've heard the singer-songwriter be confident before, but this is some full-on in-your-face gangsta shiz!
She only released No three weeks ago, but we guess she really wants us to know that she's all about that early '00s sound, because Watch Me Do reeks of nostalgia, in the best way possible.
Plus, she's bringing back "breasteses…" so that's nice. Ha!
If you like what you hear, you can check out Meghan's entire sophomore album Thank You when it drops May 13!
Ch-ch-check out Meghan's latest (below)!!!
We still cannot believe this is real.
As you've probably heard by now, legendary comedian Garry Shandling passed away suddenly at the age of 66 on Thursday.
Initial reports claimed the Larry Sanders Show creator was taken to an El Lay hospital earlier in the morning for unknown reasons, but now we're hearing his death may have been heart-related.
According to TMZ, Garry called 911 himself after suffering a "massive heart attack," but was found unconscious when paramedics reached his home.
While there are conflicting reports on whether the Iron Man 2 actor was actually awake when he got to the hospital, we do know he died shortly upon arrival.
We will continue to update you as this tragic story develops.
Rest in peace, Garry.
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Laguna Beach fans rejoice!
Dieter Schmitz and Trey Phillips joined in on the celebrations, and we've got the photo to prove it (above)!
The now 29-year-old Phillips penned alongside the reunion pic:
"Congrats @laurenconrad on her new incredibly gorgeous and useful book. And a great party to boot! @dieterschmitz"
While Schmitz took to his page to congratulate the designer with a Lauren-less pic:
We're just as shocked as the rest of Hollywood.
As you may have heard, the great Garry Shandling passed away suddenly at the age of 66 on Thursday after being admitted to an El Lay hospital for an unknown reason earlier in the morning.
The Larry Sanders Show star was a Hollywood legend, so it should come as no surprise that his famous friends are devastated by the tragic news.
What truly terrible news.
It's with a heavy heart that we must report that Garry Shandling has passed away at the age of 66.
The The Larry Sanders Show creator and star died suddenly Thursday afternoon after being admitted to an El Lay hospital for an unknown reason earlier in the morning.
Garry got his start as a stand-up comedian on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, and famously turned late night when David Letterman left CBS.
In addition to his comedic roles, younger readers may recognize the 19-time Emmy nominee as Senator Stern from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
What makes this story even more tragic is that Garry was reportedly feeling fine on Wednesday, and was even spotted hanging out with Kathy Griffin and Bob Odenkirk just last week.
Our thoughts are with Garry's friends and family at this difficult time.
Rest in peace, Garry.
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