If you watch Counting On online, you know that yet another Duggar wedding is in the offing. And this time, in a change of pace, it’s one of the Duggar men who will be taking the leap from side-hugs to compulsory procreation. Yes, Joseph Duggar and Kendra Caldwell got engaged during the most recent season premiere of his family’s reality series, Counting On. The Duggar wedding schedule is getting so packed that the nuptials are…"Joseph Duggar & Kendra Caldwell: Wedding Date Revealed!"
For the second time in two nights, DeMario Jackson sat down with E! News on Tuesday and shared his side of the Bachelor in Paradise story. In previous interview segments, the reality star broke down at one point over the reaction of his mother to the news that he was being investigated for sexual misconduct. He also explained in explicit detail how Corinne Olympios had shoved her vagina in her face during their notorious hook-up. This hook-up,…"DeMario Jackson: I'm Not a Rapist! Corinne Isn't a Slut!"
It’s been an eventful couple months in the life of Ryan Edwards. Not only did Ryan marry Mackenzie Standifer in a quickie wedding attended only be his parents, he also took drastic action to save his own life. Ryan checked into rehab shortly after his wedding, a move fans have been pressuring him to make for several months. These days, Edwards is out of treatment and claims he’s “happier than ever,” but there’s still considerable…"Maci Bookout: Terrified Ryan Edwards Will Go Back on Drugs!"
Pretty Little Liars has come to a stunning, shocking, suspenseful, WTF-just-happened conclusion. What did we learn on the series finale? And what secrets did the cast then spill on the after-show? Scroll down for every last A-nswer… 1. First, Who is A.D.? Let’s get the major question fans had heading into the finale over with: It was Alex Drake, Spencer’s evil twin who didn’t know about her relativesin Rosewood until she ran into Wren in…"Pretty Little Liars Finale: Major Secrets Revealed!"
Little People, Big World wrapped up Season 13 in a huge way on Tuesday night: With the arrival of little Jackson Kyle Roloff!!!!!! The first child for Zach and Tori Roloff, along with the first grandchild for Amy and Matt Roloff, came into the world on May 12 via C-section. His proud parents have talked openly about Jackson ever since, sharing one adorable photo after another of the newborn. But this week’s season finale of Little People, Big World took…"Little People, Big World Finale Recap: He's Here!!!!!"
Donal Logue, a veteran actor who on Gotham as Detective Harvey Bullock, has turned to social media for help finding his son. On Tuesday night, Logue left a disturbing message on his Twitter account, stating simply that 16-year old Jade had gone missing and describing what the teenager was wearing when he was last seen in New York City. “Missing-yesterday at 2PM Barclays Center/Fort Greene Brooklyn: my child, Jade Logue. 6’2″ 180 lime green hoodie…"Donal Logue Tweets His Child is Missing, Asks for Help"
Those who read The Bachelorette spoilers likely weren’t shocked to learn that Rachel Lindsay’s journey isn’t a two-person race just yet. On part two of a two-night Bachelorette event Tuesday, this new contender emerged to challenge Bryan and Peter for Rachel’s heart. Eric Bigger (pictured) opened up to Rachel on a one-on-one date in a way that separated himself from many of the remaining contestants. Of whom there are SIX fewer now. Yes, she cut six…"The Bachelorete Recap: How to Become a Much Bigger Contender"
Michael Nyqvist, a Swedish actor who took on the lead role in the initial big screen adaption of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, died on Tuesday in Stockholm. He was 56 years old. Nyqvist portrayed journalist Mikael Blomkvist in the original film and its sequels, which were based on the blockbuster novel by the same name. He had been suffering from lung cancer for over a year at the time of his death. “Michael’s…"Michael Nyqvist Dies; Veteran Actor Was 56"
Netflix Girlboss has been canceled. Some viewers are surprised and disappointed, detractors are far from shocked. But with the recent elimination of other beloved shows like Sense8 and The Get Down, the decision has many fans in search of 13 reasons why. Take, for example, Kyle C, who took to Twitter to point out one alarming pattern: the canceled shows all represent some of the streaming service’s more diverse offerings. Sense8, the Get Down, GirlbossAnyone else noticing a trend?Almost like @netflix doesn’t like their shows…"Twitter Wonders Why Netflix Has Canceled Several of Its Most Diverse Shows"
Warner Bros. Two decades after the release of Harry Potter, fans still have much to celebrate. On top of creating one of the most popular stories of all time, author J.K. Rowling gave life to a collection of beloved characters that are now household names, not to mention four unique gangs that fans continue to cite in their Twitter bios with pride (“Mom. Caffeine fanatic. Proud Hufflepuff.”) But perhaps her most impressive feat was leaving those who read her work with a renewed sense…"Feeling Over It? Reading 'Harry Potter' May Make You a Better, More Empathetic Person"