“My loves meet. Baby boy Leo Thames and his God Mother = Bliss,” the 36-year-old Hart of Dixie captioned the photo on her Instagram account. Taylor posted the same photo with the caption, “Meeting my boy:)”
Taylor also posted a photo of the baby boy’s hand wrapped around her finger and she included the opening lyrics to her song “Never Grow Up.”
“Your little hand’s wrapped around my finger and it’s so quiet in the world tonight…” she wrote.
Cecil the Lion‘s killing has outraged people around the world and tons of celebs are speaking out to show their disgust at alleged killer, Walter J. Palmer.
The Minnesota dentist reportedly paid $55,000 to kill the iconic lion in Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. Cecil was lured out of the park and shot to death.
The lion was known to guests who visited the park and enjoyed human contact.
“In early July, I was in Zimbabwe on a bow hunting trip for big game. I hired several professional guides and they secured all proper permits. To my knowledge, everything about this trip was legal and properly handled and conducted,” Palmersaid in a statement. “I had no idea that the lion I took was a known, local favorite, was collared and part of a study until the end of the hunt. I relied on the expertise of my local professional guides to ensure a legal hunt.”
Kevin Bacon lost an eating contest to a seven-year-old boy named Ethan - he was challenged to eat the most ice cream in six seconds. The loser had to donate $6 to the Give Kids the World charity. It was a good match, but Kevin lost when Ethan opted to not use utensils when he scarfed his ice cream! Check out all the photos...
Chris Harrison, the longtime host of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette franchises, is speaking out for the first time about Lifetime’s current drama series UnREAL.
The new show gives a fictional behind-the-scenes look at what goes in to making a dating reality show like The Bachelor.
“Really, the main difference that I’ve seen is that people watch The Bachelor,” Chris told Variety. “It’s complete fiction. As much as they would love to jump on our coattails — they were begging for us to talk about it and for people to write about it — at the end of the day, no one is watching. I mean, absolutely nobody is watching that show. Why? It is terrible. It is really terrible.”
Chris did say that he enjoys watching parodies of his show on Saturday Night Live.
“You only do that when you are part of the vernacular. Because if not, you can’t make a joke. It’s a sign of respect,” he continued. “The way that UnREAL took it, it wasn’t a sign of respect. They were trying to take it another direction, but it doesn’t work that way… UnREAL is just a really bad attempt, and they got what they deserved, and that is no one is watching the show.”
UnREAL‘s season finale airs next week and it was already given a season two renewal after hitting ratings highs in July. The show has also gotten critical acclaim and we’ve enjoyed watching the first season!
Dylan Penn struts her stuff on the cover of ASOS magazine’s latest issue!
Here’s what the 24-year-old model – and daughter of Robin Wright and Sean Penn – had to share with the mag:
On her view of ‘the self’: “I have a private Instagram and an official one, so I’m not opposed to social media. I’m a really private person and I don’t understand the self thing. It’s such a part of our culture now… there’s no shame in getting your camera out and getting your perfect angle. It’s bizarre to me”.
On her idea to make a film: “I would love to make a film just with girls. I think it’s important that we’re represented in a way that’s truthful. I love Lena Dunham and these ballsy women who show the ugly side (of being a girl)”.
On her famous parents: “Both my parents are always very honest with me … they’re not gonna bullsh*t. They are very pushy for me to get out there and do it”.
The Hunger Games duo teamed up together for Canon’s Project Imagination: The Trailer, which is a user-generated creative experiment, featuring a winning consumer-submitted trailer was selected by Ron Howard and Josh to inspire the short film.
The Rusted is a psychological thriller that tells the story of a brother and sister who begin renovating their childhood home into a recording studio, when strange happenings force them to face memories of the past.
“Being part of Canon’s Project Imagination and working with Ron, Kat [Candler, writer], and now Jena have really allowed me to express my passion for storytelling,” Josh said in a statement. “I’m excited to bring the vision to life as a producer on the project and acting opposite a dear friend.”
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