and his wife Alicia
welcomed their third child into the world a little over a week ago and her name was just revealed on her birth certificate. It seems that the singer is a major fan of Jimi Hendrix
, as the late musician's name plays a big part in the name of the newborn. Find out the name of Bobby
's little girl...
Troian Bellisario has taken to Twitter to clarify the comments she made about Taylor Swift in an interview with Cosmopolitan.
The 30-year-old Pretty Little Liars actress wrote back to several media outlets about what she truly intended to say.
“For goodness sake what I said about her was that I truly had no opinion on whatever matter was most recently going on with her,” she wrote. “please leave me out of noise like this. I basically said I would like to have no opinion on the topic. I’ve never even met her.”
Troian added, “I said I couldn’t care less bout another Swift feud-apparently that means Im in one w/ her…I’m going to give a lot of non answers in the media from now on. Worst part is, the rest of the interview was lovely, I enjoyed talking about the DNC and why this election matters. sadly the only thing thing that got the most attention from other outlets in that interview was a BS side comment.”
Antonio Armstrong, a former NFL player for the Miami Dolphins, and his wife Dawn Armstrong are both dead after being shot in their home in Houston, Tex.
The couple’s 16-year-old son has reportedly been charged with their murder, according to NBC News. The shootings happened at 2am on Friday (July 29) and the couple’s two other children were also home at the time.
Dawn died at the scene while Antonio was taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound to the head and he succumbed to his injuries there.
“This was an outstanding family. The male of the family was an absolute hard working breadwinner,” Houston police homicide Investigator Jimmy Dodson told KPRC. “He was an associate pastor in the area church. He’s a great guy. The mother was apparently a great mother, according to family members. Like I said, it was kind of the all-American family.”
Antonio was a star player for Texas A&M during his college career and had a short-lived NFL stint in the 1990s with the Miami Dolphins.
We send our thoughts and condolences to the Armstrong family during this difficult time.
HBO has confirmed that Game of Thrones will be ending after eight seasons.
The news was revealed at the network’s panel held during the 2016 Television Critics Association’s Summer Press Tour on Saturday (July 30).
The first question that HBO programming president Casey Bloys was asked was about the future of the smash hit series.
“Yes, I think [the showrunners, D.B. Weiss and David Benioff] have a very specific plan about the number of seasons they want to do,” Bloys said (via THR). “If I could get them to do more, I would take 10 seasons but we want to take their lead with what they could do and what the best version of the show is.”
Season seven is set to premiere in summer 2017 and it will have seven episodes. The producers of the series have said that it will span 75 episodes in total, so that means season eight will likely have eight episodes.
“We’ve talked about it,” Bloys said about the episode count, which isn’t yet confirmed. “It’s not something I’m opposed to but it has to make sense creatively. I’m not sure the guys can wrap their heads around it when they are about to start production. We’re open to it; the guys aren’t opposed to it but there’s no concrete plans right now.”
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Taye Diggs has taken to his Instagram account to share a powerful poem that he wrote about the issues surrounding the Black Lives Matter movement.
The poem is told from the perspective of a young boy who comes into the room to find his parents upset while watching the news. A story is being told on the television about a man who was shot by police “cuz he was black.”
The little boy doesn’t understand why this would happen and the poem ends with the boy questioning if he will die too.
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