Kelly Clarkson is out with another new music video, y'all!
The Since U Been Gone singer - who's tallied nearly one hundred number ones on the Billboard Music charts - is at it again with Invincible, the video for her new single off the album Piece by Piece.
In the vid released to YouTube, Clarkson belts it out amongst floating white boxes, and as the song progresses, those boxes crack and break to reveal… well… you'll just have to see it to find out!
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Watch it here:
This should be very inneresting.
While Dr.Phil hoped to score an exclusive interview with the Duggars, it looks like Fox News has officially secured a sit down with the 19 Kids & Counting family.
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In the interview, the couple will discuss Josh Duggar's molestation scandal with Megyn Kelly. The couple released the following statement:
"Next week we will sit down with Megyn Kelly on Fox News to share our hearts with you about the pain that we walked through as a family twelve years ago, the tears we all shed and the forgiveness that was given. We appreciate the outpouring of love and prayers for our family at this time"
Sounds like the Duggars are committed to the spin of forgiveness! We just hope the victims of Josh's crimes are acknowledged as exactly as such…VICTIMS. They're what's most important!
So, will YOU watch this interview?
[Image via TLC.]
On Friday afternoon, Teen Mom OG star Maci Bookout announced that she gave birth to a daughter, Jayde Carter, with boyfriend Taylor McKinney.
And of course, Bookout's six-year-old son Bentley has gotta be stoked to be a big bro!
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Bill Novak and Norman MacArthur have been partners for 50 years but spouses for only one week.
For the last 15 years, the newlyweds (who wed last Sunday) were "father" and "son." Yes, you read that right.
Bill, 76 (left) and Norman, 74 (right) fell in love in their 20s. In 1994, they registered as domestic partners in New York City. In the early 2000s, they retired and moved to Pennsylvania, but their domestic partnership wasn't legally recognized in the state.
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The only way to have a legally recognized relationship (which included rights that many take for granted like hospital visits and estate arrangements), they had to adopt each other. So Bill, who is two years older, became Norman's "father." It seemed odd to "son" Norman at first, but it was their only choice at the time.