Apr 27, 2015
The upcoming “Full House” reboot “Fuller House” is already generating its fair share of drama. John Stamos is calling out the Olsen twins for claiming that they didn’t know about the sequel series before it was announced. As reported last week, the Olsen twins — who played Michelle Tanner on the ABC sitcom — claimed that they were ignorant of the project until Stamos announced it on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” last Monday, slightly before Netflix made it official in an announcement. I guess we’re going to talk to the creators and see what’s happening,” Mary-Kate Olsen said during the interview late Tuesday.
The owner of an Illinois bar is defending his decision to have a two-way mirror in a women's bathroom, saying the woman who took video of the mirror ruined his "fun house gag."In a story first reported by Jezebel, female comic Tamale Rocks posted a video showing a two-way mirror in the women's bathroom at Berwyn bar and comedy club Cigars and...
Mother-of-three Kourtney Kardashian keeps dropping the pounds and letting us know. The 36-year old "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star posted a new bathroom scale pic to her Instagram -- showing she's down to 116 pounds -- and wrote, "It's Monday! Ps: I'm 5 feet tall, so everyone relax I'm on a workout kick, trying to bring some Monday motivation." PHOTO: Kourtney Kardashian Is Back Down to 120 Pounds Just 3 Months After Giving Birth Looks like Kourney and her "workout patna" Khloe Kardashian have been putting in the work! She posted this photo, captioned, "Sunday workouts mean we going hard." In March, Kourtney Instagrammed a similar photo revealing she had dropped down to 120 pounds, just months after giving birth to her third child -- a son named Reign -- with Scott Disick. Stay on your grind, Kourtney!! Work hard. Play hard. http://kardashianngifs.tumblr.com/post/117154234471 WATCH: Kourtney Kardashian Shares First Pic of Her Adorable Son Reign!
A man kicked and punched by a group of San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputies was stopped by police for running through several backyards a day after he reached a $650,000 settlement for the beating. Francis Pusok, 30, was stopped sometime between 6 a.m. and 7 a.m. April 22 in the 3700 block of Elm Avenue after he was spotted running through backyards of homes, said San Bernardino police spokesman Lt. Rich Lawhead. Pusok was not arrested, but officers took a report, Lawhead said. The previous day, San Bernardino County agreed to pay Pusok $650,000 as part of a settlement ending any future claims.
A Brazilian restaurant you have probably never heard of is about to take over the US.
Oscar De La Hoya is one of five men who have fought both Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao. It generated 2.48 million buys, and was hyped in a cross-country tour that featured the breakout of Mayweather's "Money" persona. De La Hoya, trained for the bout by current Pacquiao cornerman Freddie Roach, was doing well in the first half of the match, but then his effective jabs all but stopped and he was beaten by split decision.
The "House of Cards" star has refused to respond to the gay rumors that have followed him for much of his career. In 2010 he told The Daily Beast, "People have different reasons for the way they live their lives. Speculation has swirled for years over the talk show queen's long-standing friendship with TV anchor Gayle King. The "Fault In Our Stars" heartthrob is slated to play real-life gay pianist Van Cliburn in a forthcoming movie and opened up about persistent rumors regarding his private life on Twitter.
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The famed Baltimore writer decried the riots ripping through parts of his city.
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