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Kylie Bunbury Announces Engagement to Jon-Ryan Alan Riggins

Kylie Bunbury is engaged!

The 29-year-old actress, best known for her work in the recent movie Game Night and the baseball series Pitch, just announced her engagement to furniture designer Jon-Ryan Alan Riggins.

Kylie took to Instagram to share photos of her showing off her engagement ring on the beach. It seems Jon-Ryan popped the question on Sunday based on the caption, “4.8.18 ❤️.”

Jon-Ryan celebrated his birthday a couple weeks ago and Kylie wrote this sweet message on Instagram: “We’re 2 spirits in suits who dig each other’s spirits and dig each other’s suits. Happy birthday to the spirit I dig the most! You’re my peace & my joy.”

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Jason Bateman & Michael C. Hall Bring Their Spouses to 'Game Night' Premiere!

Jason Bateman is dapper in a suit as he poses alongside his wife Amanda Anka at the premiere of his latest film Game Night held at the TCL Chinese Theatre on Wednesday (February 21) in Hollywood.

The 49-year-old actor was joined at the event by his co-stars Michael C. Hall and his wife Morgan Macgregor, Jeffrey Wright, Sharon Horgan, Billy Magnussen, Jesse Plemons, Lamorne Morris, Kylie Bunbury, Kyle Chandler and his wife Kathryn, and Danny Huston.

Also in attendance were writer-directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein.

That same evening, Jason made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to promote the flick and surprise the audience with a special gift – Watch below!


Jason Bateman on Game Night & Oprah

FYI: Jason is wearing a Tom Ford suit.

Click inside to watch the rest of Jason Bateman’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live…More Here! »

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Derek Hough & More Stars Attend the 'It' Hollywood Premiere

Derek Hough and married couple Chris Hardwick and Lydia Hearst hit the red carpet for the premiere of It on Tuesday night (September 5) at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.

Lots of stars stepped out to see the movie, including Scandal‘s Guillermo Diaz, Pitch‘s Kylie Bunbury, The Big Sick‘s Kumail Nanjiani and wife Emily V. Gordon, Annabelle: Creation‘s Talitha Bateman and Lulu Wilson, The Son‘s Jess Weixler, musician Benji Madden, and Seth Green with wife Clare Grant.

Rocker Gene Simmons was there with his family, including wife Shannon Tweed, daughter Sophie, and son Nick.

Make sure to see It when it hits theaters on Friday!

35+ pictures inside of the celebs attending the Hollywood premiere…More Here! »

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Drake Mocks Stephen Curry in 'Get Out' Parody During NBA Awards - Watch Now!

Drake is taking on NBA’s First Couple Stephen and Ayesha Curry at the NBA Awards!

While hosting the awards show, the 30-year-old entertainer teamed up with Pitch star Kylie Bunbury to mock the NBA star and his wife in a Get Out-themed sketch.

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In the sketch, Drake imagines what life would be like at the Curry household after the Golden State Warriors won the NBA Finals earlier this month.

Watch the clip below!

Fox's 'Pitch' Cancelled After 1 Season

Pitch, Fox’s new television that aired 10 episodes this year, has been cancelled by the network.

The news was confirmed by the show’s executive producer Kevin Falls, who tweeted, “I’m sorry to tell you that @PITCHonFOX will not be getting a second season. #Pitch.” Kevin continued, “Thank you to our faithful fans for trying so hard to save us. @PitchStreetTeam #Pitch @PITCHonFOX.”

Kylie Bunbury, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Ali Larter, Mark Consuelos, Dan Lauria, and more starred on the show about the first female professional baseball player in the MLB.