An Adorably Pregnant Kelly Clarkson Broke Down While Performing on American Idol
Kelly Clarkson was on American Idol last night, for the last season of the show. The very pregnant Kelly sang a beautiful rendition of “Piece by Piece” when she choked up. She had to stop for just a moment to collect herself, she had the whole house in tears, including the judges. “I’m pregnant and it’s nostalgic and I can’t believe it’s the last season. Yeah, really sorry I just bawled.” But no one could blame her. Watch the emotional performance below. Get more here.
Louis Tomlinson Is Already In a Custody Battle Over His 1 Month Old
One Directioner Louis Tomlinson claims his baby mama Briana Jungwirth, is using their 1-month-old son, Freddie Reign, to get more money out of him. When Louis found out she was expecting he got Briana a 3 bedroom home in the very same neighborhood as the Kardashians. He’s renting a $21 million home not far from her so that he can be close to Freddie. So Louis has lawyered up, and wants custodial rights, including significant access to his son. Get more here.
Louis Tomlinson — Custody Fight … Baby Mama Won’t Let Me See My Kid https://t.co/mRCPQFDvnM
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Check Out the Full Version of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Fuller House” Theme Song
It seems like they changed as little as possible from “Full House” to make the new Netflix series “Fuller House”. And that includes the theme song. They’re using the same song, “Everywhere You Look” but they had Carly Rae Jepsen remake it. And now, whether you asked for it or not, the full three-minute-plus version is on YouTube for your enjoyment.
Or, if “Full House” means that much to you, you can buy it on iTunes for a mere buck-29. “Fuller House” is available now on Netflix, and already getting negative reviews, which the cast is already responding:
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Cheryl Tiegs is Not Cool with Plus Size Models like Ashley Graham
Cheryl Tiegs has been on the cover of the “Sports Illustrated” Swimsuit Issue more than once. So you’d think she’d be gracious about the magazine giving full-figured minx Ashley Graham a cover this year. Well, she’s not. She says, quote, “I don’t like that we’re talking about full-figured women because it’s glamorizing them, and your waist should be smaller than 35 [inches]. That’s what Dr. Oz said, and I’m sticking to it. “I don’t think it’s healthy. Her face is beautiful. Beautiful. But I don’t think it’s healthy in the long run.” Cheryl might want to check her numbers, though . . . because Ashley actually has a 30-Inch Waist. Her official measurements are a succulent 38-30-46.
“Curly Sue” Star Alisan Porter Nails an Audition on “The Voice”
Alisan Porter barfed on Steve Martin in “Parenthood” when she was eight, and starred in “Curly Sue” when she was 10. Now, she’s 34, and she’s auditioning for “The Voice”. The new season premieres on Monday, but there’s a preview clip online, where she nails her blind audition. She sings “Blue Bayou” by Linda Ronstadt. All four judges turn around for her, and Adam Levine even goes up to give her a hug. The clip doesn’t reveal which team she picks. Watch her audition below, and get more here.
The All Def Movie Awards Included a Trophy for “Most Helpful White Person”
The All Def Movie Awards went down this week in L.A. They were hosted by Chris Rock’s brother Tony, and even though they were meant as a more “colorful” alternative to the Oscars, they didn’t take themselves too seriously. For instance, Christoph Waltz from “Django Unchained” was voted Most Helpful White Person. Robin Thicke accepted the award on behalf of all white people. Denzel Washington won Bad [Mother-effer], “Friday” won Most Quoted Movie, Ice Cube won Best Black Survivor in a Movie, for “Anaconda”, and Amber Rose was voted Most Likely to Steal Your Girl. As for the more serious awards, “Straight Outta Compton” won Best Picture, Michael B. Jordan won Best Actor for “Creed”, and Sanaa Lathan won Best Actress for “The Perfect Guy”. Ryan Coogler won Best Director for “Creed”, and Will Smith received a Lifetime Achievement Award. He accepted via satellite, and joked that he and Jada Pinkett weren’t there because not enough white people were being honored.
The show airs opposite the Oscars on Sunday night, on Fusion. Get more here.