At least the truth has finally come out.
Wow, how awful.
The sad truth was revealed in the documentary, Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck which recently premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
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DAMN! Where's Sandra Bullock when you need her???
Last night, January 25th, was the finale of the annual Miss Universe pageant and it was QUITE an affair!
Not because of the fancy dresses or anything, but because there were some HUGE Twitter-erupting moments from the broadcast last night that got EVERYONE talking!
For one, Miss Colombia AKA Paulina Vega was named as this year's Miss Universe and she could not have been happier!
However, earlier in the night during the question round, Miss Colombia got the most ridiculous and sexist question from Rob Dyrdek we've ever seen at one of these pageants…
We still cannot believe the entertainment community has lost someone so lovely as Diem Brown.
Diem may have passed away over two months ago after loosing a long battle with cancer, but her co-stars on MTV's The Challenge: Battle of the Exes II continue to cherish the time spent with her.
The reality TV star's final episode aired on Tuesday, and her show mates have shared their heartbreak over the loss.
In a recent interview, co-star and longtime friend Johnny "Bananas" Devenanzio had this to say about her passing:
Uh oh! The producers at The View are under some serious fire!
When rumors started swirling that Rosie Perez was preparing to exit the struggling daytime talk show after only four months there, people started talking.
According to some show sources who talked to the Daily News, Rosie was struggling with the teleprompter and isn't "the brightest tool in the shed," which is both untrue and very rude.
Even though Rosie O'Donnell went on an expletive filled rant to reassure the world that Rosie Perez was indeed coming back, a Latina group has sent an open letter to the executive producers of the show demanding an apology for her.
Identifying themselves as #YoSoRosie, they wrote:
We're so inspired by Debbie Ziegler's strength.
In a recent interview, Debbie revealed how she's coping with the November 1 death of her daughter, Brittany Maynard.
After Brittany chose to die with dignity after a difficult battle with brain cancer, her mother has made it her mission to pass right-to-die legislation in California.
On Wednesday Ziegler and Maynard's husband, Dan Diaz, appeared at a news conference with lawmakers in Sacramento to push the law forward.
Maynard's mother explained:
We just hope she's doing well!
On last night's episode of Watch What Happens Live, a viewer asked co-star Kyle Richards if she's been in contact with the former model regarding her health status.
She told Andy Cohen: