He sure gets around (the globe) fast!
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Maybe she's still a little confused about what actually happened during the Holocaust.
Jessa Duggar, from the show 19 Kids and Counting, visited the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C. and she was very moved by the experience.
She was so moved that she tried to find a way to tie it into our everyday life, and even though there are actual genocides taking place in the world right now, she chose to link it to abortion.
Yup, you read that right.
Kaley Cuoco is a great actress but it seems like her time on The Big Bang Theory only helps to fund her true passion:
Kaley participated in the Longines Los Angeles Masters Charity Pro-AM event, a horseback riding event where she got to play dress up as part of their "cowboys vs. indians" routine.
But now, we get to learn more about Ryan Rottman as a person, rather than just admiring his studly nature!
We even asked him to reveal a little about his Happyland character, Theodore (who can be a total jerk) and we asked how his new role compares to his previous one on 90210!
Ryan also shares a little bit about what REALLY goes on behind the scenes at theme parks… and you'd be surprised!
The show premieres TONIGHT September 30th at 11/10c — full of sex, drugs and roller coasters, which all sounds thrilling!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) and get lost in Ryan's eyes, for realz.
P.S. CLICK HERE to see our EXCLUSIVELY sexy photo shoot with Ryan!
Husain Abdullah, safety for the Kansas City Chiefs, intercepted a pass from Tom Brady and ran it back for a touchdown Monday night.
Chiefs celebrated, the fans were going wild and Abdullah dropped to his knees in prayer in the end zone.
You catch that? Not knee but knees.
This wasn't a single knee, Tebow-style thanks to god. Abdullah is a devout Muslim and his religious touchdown celebration got him a penalty!!
Who would have thought that Jeopardy would ever do something like this?
On the episode last night, Alex Trebek was given an incredibly sexist and completely disgusting category to read to the contestants.
It was titled What Women Want and instead of being some sort of cute play on words/pun it was an entire category highlighting ridiculous female stereotypes.
With one clue being 'Some help around the house; Would it kill you to get out the Bissell Bagless canister of these every once in a while?' it's no wonder that it ruffled some feathers on Twitter.
One of those women, especially, was Sophia Bush who blatantly called the show out with an AH-mazing point.