A fluffy puppy will solve every problem!
She shared the photo on Instagram Monday and originally captioned it, "My new best friend" before changing it to "baby girl."
[Image via Instagram.]
Even though we knew this was coming, it's still extremely sad.
In Alexis Arquette's death certificate obtained by TMZ, it was revealed the star passed away from complications related to AIDS. Apparently the actress had battled the disease for twenty-nine years, which means she contracted the illness at 18-years-old.
Wow… it's amazing the transgender star was able to hang on for that long in light of her serious condition.
As for the official cause of death, Ms. Arquette died of a heart attack after contracting a bacterial infection in her heart. Obviously, AIDS put the activist in the position to fall victim to the infection — not to mention her weakened immune system also prevented any chance at recovery.
Our thoughts continue to be with Alexis' loved ones and friends.
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Well, it's always good to give back!
In what will be the actor's first public appearance since his divorce settlement from Heard, Johnny will accept the inaugural Rhonda's Kiss Healing and Hope Award for his charitable cancer donations over the years at a concert being put on at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
The organization, Rhonda's Kiss, is hosting the event on Thursday, November 3 and all proceeds will go to Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute! If that's not enough to get fans excited, Weezer will be performing and Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath will be emceeing.
After news broke of the honor, Johnny — who lost his mother earlier this year to a long illness — released a statement saying:
In fact, the host managed to make light of the Democratic presidential nominee's recent pneumonia scare when he greeted her on Monday's show!
After she sat down, Fallon wore a surgical mask and used hand sanitizer after shaking the candidate's hand — to which Hillary quipped:
"I'm not contagious… nothing like a little rest when your doctor tells you to and you don't do it."
When Fallon inquired if her husband Bill Clinton was a good nurse, Hillary admitted the former President was "very solicitous" and "very sweet," before adding "my dogs were great, too."
After HRC talked about fighting against Donald Trump/bigotry, Fallon read a few Kid Letters who wrote to advise the candidate's campaign — including one anonymous suggestion for Hillary to go back to her 1994 hairstyle! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the clips (below) to see Clinton's Tonight Show appearance!
Thinking good thoughts for Beyoncé!!
The superstar singer was planning on attending the Emmys last night, but at the last minute, decided things would be better if she didn't show up — because she was just too sick.
Even superheroes get under the weather, and knowing how hard Queen Bey works, she must have REALLY been feeling bad to miss something like this!
A source dished to E! News about it, saying:
On Saturday Charmian Carr, who was best known for playing Liesl von Trapp in the Sound Of Music, passed away. She was 73-years-old.
Not to mention, it's said Miz Carr's death was caused by a rare form of dementia. Oh no!
In addition to the industry vet's rep Harlan Boll confirming the sad news, a man named Steve Hughes penned a note about Carr's passing for her website. On the now disabled website, Hughes wrote: