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.]
If you've been wondering why you've been seeing way more of Kylie Jenner's dogs running in the yard and way less pouty selfies — we have your answer!
The 19-year-old took to her beloved Snapchat late Tuesday night to explain why she's been a little MIA from the social media app — and we're sorry to report the KUWTK teen has been recovering from a case of food poisoning! Yikes!
Lounging in a dark room before bed, the lip kit guru gave a run down of her day — which included a Kendall + Kylie photo shoot and a visit to Tyga's set — while admitting she's finally starting to feel better after coming down with something over the weekend:
Adele has to say hello to her fans from the other side tonight.
On Wednesday, the soulful singer revealed that she is cancelling the second Phoenix, Arizona stop on her Adele Live 2016 tour, which was slated for that same night.
The gorgeous gal took to Instagram to explain that she was far too sick to perform, profusely apologizing to all her fans.
The British beauty posted a video on the site, and she certainly looked and sounded under the weather. She politely said:
"Hello, everyone, specifically everyone in Phoenix, in Arizona. I can't do my show tonight, my second show here. I'm really, really sorry. I've had a cold for a couple days, and I've been pushing through it. And I did my show last night, and I loved it. But I pushed too hard and my cold has gotten the better of me. And, as you can hear, even if I did the show, it wouldn't be very good."
The 28-year-old confessed that, as much as she didn't want to cancel her appearance at the Talking Stick Resort Arena, she just couldn't sing at all:
"I've been trying to sing all morning, and warming up, and nothing's really happening."
The lovely lady continued to apologize for disappointing her faithful fans, but said she just needs to put her health first:
"It's the last thing I want to do, but I have to look after myself, because I've got so many more shows to do."
The good news is, the pop powerhouse promised to reschedule the Phoenix show, so she could come back and "smash it!" Watch the momma-of-one's sweet, polite, and heartfelt message to the show's ticket holders (below)!
Don't bug them!
As you may remember, Keeping Up with the Kardashians actually made history this season when they became the first docuseries to film an episode in Cuba.
Obviously, nothing bad ended up happening… but we're just glad they're okay!
Ch-ch-check out a KUWTK deleted scene before it returns Sunday, August 21 at 9 p.m. EST on E! (below)!!!
Jax captured America's attention on season 14 of American Idol, thanks to her powerful pipes and amazing voice.
But now, the blonde — whose real name is Jaclyn Cole Miskanic — has got our attention for a much scarier reason. On Monday, the singer revealed that she was diagnosed with both thyroid cancer and Hashimoto's disease earlier this year.
The FOX alum explained to NJ 101.5 that she hadn't been feeling too great back in April, when she was slated to do a show at New York's Webster Hall, saying:
"I was going through a lot, traveling a lot, living out of a suitcase. But I was waking up tired a lot, losing my voice and just kind of depressed and in a really dark place. My parents knew something was up because if wasn't normal."
The 20-year-old said in the spring, she felt a lump on her throat while grocery shopping with her parents. However, the New Jersey native didn't think much of it, admitting:
"But I'm like a bro when it comes to going to the the doctor, and I let it go."
But, the songstress' parents begged her to get it checked out, so the gorgeous gal went to urgent care. After the facility gave her an ultrasound and ran some tests, the musician was diagnosed with Hashimoto's, in which the immune system attacks the thyroid.
Sadly, that wasn't all. Doctors also found 18 tumors
This is so sad.
The Weather Channel's Dave Schwartz has died after a battle with cancer — his third — according to news coming down Saturday night from the station.
The on-air meteorologist, who was familiar to Weather Channel viewers for years before his death, was memorialized in a touching post on the network's Facebook page, where the channel wrote: