Kate Gosselin is ready to talk about her son Collin.
The blonde opened up to the mag about it, saying:
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Lifetime better work, b*tch, because they're taking on Britney Spears' story!
On Wednesday, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that the cable channel is making a biopic about the superstar titled Britney.
Hail, Caesar! actress Natasha Bassett has some pretty big shoes to fill, since she'll be taking on the role of the pop princess! Isn't she lucky?!?
The TV movie will follow the singer's rise to fame, her high-profile relationship with Justin Timberlake, her big breakdown, and her ultimate comeback, where she proved she's stronger than yesterday.
The Leslie Libman-directed project will also depict the divorce of Miz Spears' parents, as well as her marriages to Jason Alexander and Kevin Federline.
Anne-Marie Hess will write the script, while Steve Michaels, Jonathan Koch, and Joan Harrison will serve as executive producers.
Asylum Entertainment plans to start production on the movie next month, and is aiming for a 2017 premiere.
We can't WAIT for this!! Will U be watching, Perezcious readers?!
What a horrible thing to do to a child!
On Saturday, a shocking video was posted to Facebook where four adults are smoking weed in front of a toddler. In the clip, a woman appears to blow smoke into the child's face, and also sticks the joint in his mouth!
The two women (pictured above) are also seen laughing and teasing the child, who appears to be around three or four years old.
The crime took place inside the Fort Hall Indian Reservation in Idaho.
After the video was posted to social media, it instantaneously received angry complaints and was subsequently taken down on Monday evening.
The previously mentioned women were arrested for child endangerment. Authorities are currently obtaining arrest warrants for the other two adults in the room.
To see the outrageous clip, ch-ch-check it out (below).
The Lorde giveth, and the Lorde taketh away.
Like most people tired of listening to Royals on repeat, IG user gabatron9 made the seemingly harmless mistake of questioning the Kiwi's artistry on Tuesday, saying:
In the year 2016, women are still being told what they can and cannot wear on the beach.
Photographs have surfaced of armed French police officers making a woman on a beach remove some of her clothing as part of a controversial ban on the burkini.
The garment was designed as a clothing option for Muslim women to be more active while still protecting their modesty (see above).
But in recent days, officials in several coastal French towns have banned the body and head covering in the wake of recent terrorist attacks in the country.
The photos, taken on Tuesday in Nice, show at least four officers standing over a woman who was resting on the beach, and shortly after appeared to remove her long-sleeved tunic (AKA, NOT actually a burkini).
This enforcement comes as a mother-of-two revealed on Tuesday how she was fined on the beach near Cannes wearing leggings, a tunic and a headscarf — and received a ticket for not wearing "an outfit respecting good morals and secularism."
Oh, so France actually time traveled back to the 1900s, then??
Last week, Nice became the latest French resort to ban the garment, citing
The former child star made a healthy-looking appearance out in West Hollywood last month, but on Wednesday, she actually shared an update with her fans.
The private celeb seemingly wrote of her summer classes: