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    Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich are engaged!


    The "Dancing with the Stars" judge announced the news on her Instagram account Tuesday morning. In the photo, Hough has her arms around the ice hockey player as she admires her engagement ring.



    We are overwhelmed with joy and excitement to share with you our recent engagement! #fiancé #love

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    Laich shared the same photo on his Instagram, writing in the caption, "We are overwhelmed with joy and excitement to share with you our recent engagement! #fiancé #love."


    Hough, 27, told Redbook last year that her previous romances helped shape her relationship with Leich, 32. "Now I'm not holding anything back because I'd rather get my heart broken than never know what it is to be completely, madly in love," she said. "If I had been this open in my last relationship, who knows?"


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    “No, I’m going to talk about this, we’re going to open this bad boy up. Let’s open the can of worms,” Rodriguez said, speaking to The Huffington Post about what she's described as “interracial Latino racism,” during her Crest 3D White Brilliance 2 Step launch event on Thursday.


    The “Jane The Virgin” star experienced it first-hand earlier this month when she shared her People En Español cover story in an Instagram post, the caption of which she decided to write in both English and Spanish.


    Rodriguez says she wrote the Spanish caption because she felt it was appropriate when sharing her People En Español cover, adding that she also wanted to do something for her Latino fans who only spoke Spanish or were bilingual. She even sent it to her father for approval first.


    But soon after she put it online, Rodriguez began receiving hateful comments about her curled toes and her Spanish.


    “I posted the picture and I looked at it and I go ‘oh, you know my toes look really weird’,” she said. “Boom! [Commenters started saying] “Weird toes,” “weird toes.” It was like I said it and I spoke it into existence. Then I started getting nasty comments about my Spanish.”  


    “Yo hablo español, yo puedo hablar español y también entiendo todo (I speak Spanish, I can speak Spanish and I also understand everything),” Rodriguez said in Spanish before continuing in English. “But during interviews I get nervous, so I don’t always say it very well. And I, grammatically, don’t write Spanish very well but I understand everything." She added with a laugh, “If you want to talk shit about me, I can understand everything that you’re saying, which is the only thing that counts."


    Rodriguez chalks up the experience to the negative criticism some Latinos direct at other Latinos, adding that the topic is "never" discussed out of fear. That's why she decided to bust open that can of worms and eventually called her bullies out in a follow-up Instagram post. 



    “Then I opened the can of worms and I saw so much about like, ‘oh I’m only half-Mexican and half Scottish, people say I’m not Latino enough and other people say if you don’t speak Spanish you’re not Latino at all.’ And this and that,” Rodriguez said. “I’m like, when did this happen? When did we decide there are certain criteria that make you Latino enough?”


    “I’m sorry no, I don’t agree with that,” she continued. “It’s like anybody turning to you and being ‘You ain’t human enough, you ain’t pretty enough, you ain’t tall enough, you ain’t big enough.’ What do you mean I’m not enough? No, I am enough. I am fully enough. And you’re enough. And the girl that’s half and half is enough. And the girl that only speaks Spanish is enough.”


    This rift she sees within the community worries her, particularly when it comes to the upcoming presidential election.


    “Because they all try to lump us into one little group, we’re all Latino,” Rodriguez said. “But we go like this: ‘I’m not Dominican, I’m Puerto Rican.’ ‘I’m not Puerto Rican, I’m Cuban.’ ‘I’m not Cuban, I’m Mexican.’ What are we doing?”


    “We are the most powerful force in this country, we hands down could put somebody in office, 55 million plus, if we united – unstoppable,” she continued. “But we are not united and that’s the scary part."


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    Ansel Elgort is giving Channing Tatum a run for his money in the leading-man-who-can-also-dance category. 


    In a video from his Teen Vogue cover shoot, the "Fault in Our Stars" actor shows off some pretty impressive moves while sporting the season's top fashions. From the Charleston to disco to '80s hip-hop styles and even house (his favorite), the 21-year-old proves he can really break it down. 


    Just watch for yourself below: 




     


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    We were big fans of this year's Emmy nominations when they were announced last month. Based on the overall slate, it appears something will at last dethrone "Modern Family." The fact that it might be "Transparent" is enough to make us giddy. But will that streak translate to the other categories come Sept. 20? Or will voters wash their hands of all this dirty progressiveness in favor of repeat victors? Entertainment Editors Erin Whitney and Matthew Jacobs are here to offer their predictions, but let's not pretend this isn't a thinly disguised effort to inform the Television Academy of whom they should reward. Ballots opened on Monday, so we know you're listening, voters. Just let us be your Emmy sensei. 



    Nominees: "Louie" / "Modern Family" / "Parks and Recreation" / "Silicon Valley" / "Transparent" / "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" / "Veep"


    Erin:


    Will win: If “Transparent” sweeping the Golden Globes is any evidence, then yeah, it’s got this. 


    Should win: The best comedy of the year doesn’t necessarily need to be the funniest. “Transparent” shouldn’t just be recognized for its groundbreaking writing, but for proving that stories about minorities are as important and inspiring to tell as any other.


    Matt: 


    Will win: Five-time winner "Modern Family" has never faced competition this steep. The Golden Globes favored "Transparent." Now we'll find out whether it's humorous enough to win over the Emmys, too. 


    Should win: "Transparent" was one of the most powerful and measured stories committed to television this year, but we're honoring the season's best comedy and that is "Silicon Valley."



    Nominees: "Better Call Saul" / "Downton Abbey" / "Game of Thrones" / "Homeland" / "House of Cards" / "Mad Men" / "Orange Is the New Black"


    Erin:


    Will win: It’s safe to say last year’s “Breaking Bad” will be this year’s "Mad Men."
    While much of Season 7B was forgettable and flawed, it’s probably time for the Academy to recognize the series while it still can.


    Should win: I have no shame (no pun intended, “GoT" nun) in praising Season 5 of “Game of Thrones” as one of the, if not the, best seasons of the series yet. While “Mad Men” and “OITNB" are worthy contenders, the fantastic writing, directing, performances and VFX on “GoT” have finally earned the Seven Kingdoms its golden statuette.


    Matt:  


    Win win: "OITNB" is in category purgatory, having been nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series last year. That means if the "Mad Men" swan song doesn't take this one, the gruesome and tragic fifth season of "Game of Thrones" will. 


    Should win: Pull yourself away from the "Mad Men" pedestal and recall that the second-half of the final season's first few episodes (ugh, this is so confusing) were about Diana the waitress and a random vixen who tries to seduce Stan and Peggy. Season 2 of "Orange Is the New Black" -- the one with Vee, remember? -- had no such lows.



    Nominees: Edie Falco, "Nurse Jackie" / Lisa Kudrow, "The Comeback" / Julia Louis-Dreyfus, "Veep" / Amy Poehler, "Parks and Recreation" / Amy Schumer, "Inside Amy Schumer" / Lily Tomlin, "Grace and Frankie"


    Erin:


    Will win: The Academy likes staying comfortable and sticking to what they know. Dare I say Julia Louis-Dreyfus is about to get her fourth Emmy for “Veep”? 


    Should win: I’m torn between Amy Schumer’s brilliant season of “Inside” and the sob fest that was the final season of “Parks.” I’d be happy to see either Amy win, but I think (President?) Leslie Knope deserves to go out with a bang. Amy Poehler for 2015.


    Matt: 


    Will win: Julia Louis-Dreyfus sounds like a no-brainer, but only one person has mastered a lead-acting category four consecutive times (Helen Hunt for "Mad About You"). I have a sneaking suspicion that it-girl Amy Schumer will pull off the win, but in truth, I could see any of these ladies walking away pleased.


    Should win: If it's anyone but Lisa Kudrow, this year's entire Emmys will be for naught. This is not a hyperbole. I love Schumer as much as the next sane person, but she is not playing a character on "Inside Amy Schumer" and there's no argument to be made that her work is more nuanced than the other women on this list. Yet, in the words of Valerie Cherish, that's Hollywood for you.



    Nominees: Anthony Anderson, "Black-ish" / Louie C.K., "Louie" / Don Cheadle, "House of Lies" / Will Forte, "Last Man on Earth" / Matt LeBlanc, "Episodes" / Jeffrey Tambor, "Transparent" / William H. Macy, "Shameless"


    Erin:


    Will win: Jeffrey Tambor portraying Maura Pfefferman on “Transparent” was one of the most human, most vulnerable and most genuine characters on TV last year. Few actors have approached a television role with as much delicacy and respect for the community represented as Tambor did.


    Should win: Jeffrey Tambor, no questions asked.


    Matt:  


    Will win: Jeffrey Tambor was so beloved on the first season of "Transparent" that this seems like one of the year's few locks.


    Should win: We're reached a consensus on this one. No performance was as humane or as dynamic as Jeffrey Tambor's.



    Nominees: Claire Danes, "Homeland" / Viola Davis, "How To Get Away With Murder" / Taraji P. Henson, "Empire" / Tatiana Maslany, "Orphan Black" / Elisabeth Moss, "Mad Men" / Robin Wright, "House of Cards"


    Erin:


    Will win: As I’ve said already, this is the year of “Mad Men," people. Give Elisabeth Moss an award to place next to Peggy’s erotic octopus art.


    Should win: All five nominees are more than worthy of winning, but stop and ask yourself which of those women played a total of 12 characters on one series. Tatiana Maslany, period. (Go ahead, Academy, start cloning those statues.)


    Matt: 


    Will win: Cookie Lyon and Annalise Keating will make this the year's most fun category. My money is on Viola Davis, who has more overall industry clout.


    Should win: This is the last chance to award Elisabeth Moss. Peggy Olson was the true hero of "Mad Men," and we cannot ignore that fact any longer.



    Nominees: Kyle Chandler, "Bloodline" / Jeff Daniels, "The Newsroom" / Jon Hamm, "Mad Men" / Bob Odenkirk, "Better Call Saul" / Liev Schreiber, "Ray Donovan" / Kevin Spacey, "House of Cards"


    Erin: 


    Will win: The Academy will likely give “Mad Men” a proper send-off with a slew of awards, with the most obvious winner being Jon Hamm


    Should win: Eight years and Jon Hamm didn’t get any Emmy love. Mr. Draper might have reached Enlightenment and bought us a Coke, but we owe him the award he’s long deserved.


    Matt: 


    Will win: Jon Hamm has lost to Bryan Cranston (four times), Kyle Chandler, Damian Lewis and Jeff Daniels. I wouldn't be babmboozled if Bob Odenkirk steals this victory lap from him. But for now, a Hamm triumph seems like a guarantee.


    Should win: How embarrassing would it be if the TV Academy hands Jon Hamm hardware for his guest spot on "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" but snubs his "Mad Men" work for the eighth time?



    Nominees: Julie Bowen, "Modern Family" / Anna Chlumsky, "Veep" / Allison Janney, "Mom" / Jane Krakowski, "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" / Kate McKinnon, “Saturday Night Live" / Niecy Nash, "Getting On" / Gaby Hoffmann, "Transparent"


    Erin: 


    Will win: Hopefully Allison Janney has room on her awards mantel for a third Emmy. 


    Should win: Gaby Hoffmann gave a moving performance as Ali Pfefferman, but with “Kimmy Schmidt,” Jane Krakowski proved she could be more than just Jenna Maroney. It’s Jacqueline Voorhees’ turn.


    Matt: 


    Will win: This category is too loaded for its own good, which should work out in favor of the always wonderful Allison Janney.


    Should win: You haven't seen heart, soul and sass until you've seen Niecy Nash on "Getting On."



    Nominees: Tituss Burgess, "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" / Ty Burrell, "Modern Family" / Andre Braugher, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" / Adam Driver, "Girls" / Keegan-Michael Key, "Key & Peele" / Tony Hale, "Veep"


    Erin: 


    Will win: If the past several years' “Modern Family” domination is any indication, Ty Burrell is due for his third Emmy. 


    Should win: The majority of the laugh-out-loud moments on the premiere season of “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” were mostly thanks to Tituss Burgess' mix of unabashed confidence and charm. If “Peeno Noir” can’t win a VMA, at least give it an Emmy. 


    Matt: 


    Will win: Assuming the "Modern Family" burnout is legitimate, Tony Hale seems like the obvious choice, except "Veep" didn't give him much to do in Season 4. Could Tituss Burgess actually make off with the grand prize? If voters watch his submission episode, which includes the "Peeno Noir" bit, he may seal it up.


    Should win: Burgess is a delight, but I'm gravitating toward Andre Braugher's deadpan delivery on "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." They're opposite performances with the same effects.



    Nominees: Uzo Aduba, "Orange Is the New Black" / Christine Baranski, "The Good Wife" / Emilia Clarke, Game of Thrones" / Joanne Froggatt, "Downton Abbey" / Lena Headey, "Game of Thrones" / Christina Hendricks, "Mad Men"


    Erin:


    Will win: When Joan wants something, she gets it. Christina Hendricks ended “Mad Men” as a true champion. She's what will be missed and remembered most from the show.


    Should win: Lena Headey had her finest “Game of Thrones” moment with the Walk of Shame, and Christina Hendricks and Joanne Froggatt continued to be fantastic. But in Season 2 of “Orange Is the New Black,” Uzo Aduba’s Crazy Eyes exemplified the fusion of the series’ comedy and drama as both the comic relief and the heart of the show.


    Matt: 


    Will win: The grievous Walk of Shame in the "Game of Thrones" season finale could push this one toward Lena Headey's court. 


    Should win: Remember Joan's reaction when she snorted that coke in the "Mad Men" finale? It's Emmy-worthy, as is everything Christina Hendricks did on the show.



    Nominees: Jonathan Banks, "Better Call Saul" / Jim Carter, "Downton Abbey" / Alan Cumming, “The Good Wife" / Peter Dinklage, "Game of Thrones" / Michael Kelly, "House of Cards" / Ben Mendelsohn, "Bloodline"


    Erin:


    Will win: With Aaron Paul and “Boardwalk Empire” out of the running, it looks like Peter Dinklage will get the acclaim. 


    Should win: As much as I champion Dinklage, this year allowed Jonathan Banks to show a more vulnerable side to “Breaking Bad’s” tough cleaner Mike Ehrmantraut.


    Matt: 


    Will win: Peter Dinklage may be the populist choice here, but Jonathan Banks is riding the "Breaking Bad" wave into a celebrated first season of "Better Call Saul."


    Should win: Ben Mendelsohn is at once terrifying, loathsome and sympathetic 0n "Bloodline." This should be his year.


     


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    Amber Rose's likeness has reportedly been used to lure models into prostitution -- and she had absolutely no idea. 


    The LAPD is investigating a company that was using Rose's image to find models "for a paid celebrity photo shoot and clothing line" after one of the women involved submitted a police report claiming she was being lured into a prostitution ring on Monday, TMZ reports.


    Individuals who responded to an Instagram ad about the job were told Rose had a major say in picking the models. The company would then reportedly entice them with an offer for a FaceTime call with Rose, which turned out to be fake, Page Six reports. The company was said to have used an old Ustream clip of Rose to make it look like she was actually on the call.


    Page Six reports the models were told it would be beneficial to their careers if they went on dates with the guys selected by the company, and that they were asked via text message if they would have sex. 


    Rose responded to the situation via Twitter over the weekend. 











    It's unclear whether or not she'll be taking legal action. A request for comment from Rose's rep was not immediately returned. 


      


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    In case you haven't been keeping up with the Kardashians, the reality TV family has been vacationing in St. Barts and they are doing their very best to make us wish we were there. 


    On Tuesday, Kim Kardashian shared an adorable photo of her daughter North West and niece Penelope Disick, who spent time with real-life mermaid Amarylis and got hooked up with tails of their very own. 



    Little mermaids

    A photo posted by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on




    Mermaids are real

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    Fans on Instagram couldn't help but notice that North's sparkling green tail reminded them of the one Kim wore when she dressed as a mermaid for Halloween back in 2012:



    Mother/Daughter green mermaid moments. #kimkardashian #NorthWest #mermaids

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    Too cute!


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    Actress Yvonne Craig, a pioneer of female superheroes on the small screen, died on Monday after a two-year battle with breast cancer. She was 78.


    Craig’s family said in a statement that the actress, best known for originating the role of Batgirl in the 1960s “Batman” TV series, died in her Pacific Palisades home surrounded by loved ones.


    "She had been in chemo almost continuously for the past two plus years since being diagnosed and that had weakened her immune system as well as her body," the statement said, per CNN. "This didn't dampen her sense of humor or her spirit, she intended to fight and win this battle. In the end, her mind still wanted to fight but her body had given up."



    Craig's acting career began in the late 1950s, appearing in films like “Gidget,” and TV shows including “Perry Mason” and “Schlitz Playhouse.”  


    In 1967, she first starred as Batgirl (a.k.a. librarian Barbara Gordon) in the third and final season of “Batman.” A ballet dancer, Craig said in an 1998 interview with Femme Fatales that she did all her own stunts for the show, while Adam West and Burt Ward, the actors who played Batman and Robin, relied on stunt doubles.


    “I meet young women who say Batgirl was their role model,” Craig told the magazine. “They say it's because it was the first time they ever felt girls could do the same things guys could do, and sometimes better. I think that’s lovely.”


    In addition to her superhero role, Craig also guest starred in many popular TV series, including “The Six Million Dollar Man,” “Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea,” “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis” and “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” 


    She also famously played Marta, the green Orion slave girl from the third season of “Star Trek” who wanted to kill Captain Kirk.


    According to her family, Craig later worked as a real estate broker, and was involved with social work and philanthropic work, including supporting free mammograms for women who couldn’t afford them.


    She is remembered by fans as being an “amazing artist” who was as “lovely” in person as she was on the screen. Many also remember her as being their first TV crush.











    Craig is survived by her husband, Kenneth Aldrich.


    Her family has requested that those wishing to send flowers or other gifts should instead make donations to The Angeles Clinic Foundation, a Santa Monica-based organization dedicated to treatment, research and advocacy related to cancer.


     


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    Religious ideas and spiritual concepts can be difficult to fully articulate to another adult, much less explain to a child, and yet kids' curiosity often leads to complicated questions that deserve answers. So how does a parent have an age-appropriate conversation about a topic as complex as God, without confusing or overwhelming the child? Take a cue from Goldie Hawn.


    When Hawn's daughter, Kate Hudson, was just 4 years old, she asked her mother about their (literal) relationship to God and how He fit into their family. As Hawn tells "Oprah's Master Class" in the above video, she saw the question as a pivotal moment.


    "Katie, she was a baby. She was about 4. She said, 'Mommy, is God my cousin?'" Hawn recalls. "I looked at her and I thought, OK, I'm on the hot seat now!"



    Hawn thought for a moment and then answered Hudson's question carefully.


    "I said, 'Well… I think God is everywhere, really… To feel God is what's really important," she says.


    That feeling, Hawn continued, is something that everyone, everywhere has experienced.


    "You know that feeling just before you're going to laugh? That thing where you get all bubbled up?... It's like a bubble of laughter, but it hasn't come out yet…?" Hawn said to her young daughter. "That's what God feels like."


    What Hawn wanted to get across is that understanding this feeling is more important than trying to define God as a male, female, cousin or anything else.


    "It's a feeling of joy and love and well-being," she says.


    Not only did this conversation seem to satisfy Hudson's inquisitiveness, but it also became a moment of enlightenment for Hawn as well.


    "Your kids teach you so much," Hawn says. "I thought, 'Gee, Gold, that was really good!' Because it's kind of what I thought but until somebody asks you what you think, sometimes you don't know. Sometimes you can't hear yourself or even your own thoughts."


    Related: Hawn explains the most important thing a parent can do for a child.


    "Oprah's Master Class" returns for its fifth season on Sunday, Oct. 25, at 8 p.m. ET. Upcoming masters include Ellen DeGeneres, Robert Duvall, Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson, Smokey Robinson, Jeff Bridges, James Taylor and Patti LaBelle.


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    Kip Moore's debut album, "Up All Night," brought us smash country music singles like "Somethin' 'Bout a Truck," "Beer Money" and "Hey Pretty Girl," but his latest record is set to produce hit after hit after hit. 


    "Wild Ones" is a raw compilation of music, one Moore worked tirelessly on during those long months on the road. "I stalled out, if we’re just being honest," Moore told The Huffington Post. "I know on the surface everything looks good, but I really wasn’t in a great place mentally. As I climbed out of that dark hole, my writing was changing and I was coming up with really fresh, cool ways to say things. I ended up with 'Wild Ones,' and it was an organic process." 


    Moore was run-down. Being a well-known country star is one thing, but being on the road for 250 days out of the year -- traveling, performing, staying up all night, writing -- eventually takes its toll and isn't good for one's psyche. The 35-year-old had a breakdown of sorts, but eventually cleared his head and started from the beginning, tapping into his creative energy. 


    "The band and I live such a circus life right now, with such highs at night when you’re onstage and such lows later on because you're sort of sleep-deprived. You're constantly on the road, you’re missing people in your life, you think you’re losing people in your life and there’s all that balance of the demons that go into your head during this process. The music started matching where I was in my life," Moore told us. "Don’t get me wrong; we’re very thankful for where we are and we love the music, but it just takes a toll on your body, your mind and your spirit. Especially for someone like me, who feels like there's so much responsibility. These guys, they get off the road and they turn it off. They go with their families and their kids, and I’m right back in it. I’m right back into writing and recording and making this train keep going, so there’s such a weight that comes with that, and it can bring almost madness."



    But that madness inspired songs like "I'm To Blame," which was released in April as the first single off of "Wild Ones." 


    "'I’m To Blame' was actually kind of written from a pissed-off standpoint. I was kind of frustrated with the way some things were going in my life -- career-wise, personal-wise, whatever it was -- I was just in a mood that day. I saw some stuff on TV before I left the house -- just bullshit on TV with everyone pointing the finger at each other -- and I was like, 'Where the hell has our backbone gone in this country?'" Moore explained, continuing, "I’m not searching for the wrong road and I’m not searching to get in trouble, but I’ve always been fearless as far as not being scared to try something before anybody else does or not being afraid to put myself out there and do something wrong. You have to make mistakes to get to the right road, and that’s what I was kind of saying in that song. I’m going to be the one that says, 'I did it, now let’s move on from it.' I own up to my mistakes."


    As for choosing the wrong path sometimes, Moore insists it's just a part of life. Even as he's gained fame in the public eye, the Georgia native refuses to be anything other than what he is


    "I don't allow myself to get wrapped up in any fame or celebrity or whatever you call it," he said. "I roll with it, but there’s definitely times when it’s odd for me. I’ll stay for two or three hours after my shows to sign things, and I definitely enjoy talking and meeting with new people and stuff, but it’s just a grind because you’re not allowed to be human for one minute. The minute you’re off, if you’re not a little bit jolly or you’re too quiet, they’ll take that quietness for, 'Well man, he’s being an asshole.' But no, I’m just kind of tired, you know? So when you hear the bad stuff … I don’t really get too caught up in it."


    Moore's 13-track album "Wild Ones" will be released on Aug. 21.


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    Over the weekend, Donald Trump decided it was necessary to tell the New York Times how he felt about Heidi Klum's looks


    “Heidi Klum. Sadly, she’s no longer a 10," he told the newspaper. 


    On Monday, Klum went ahead and posted a genius video response to The Donald's ridiculous comment (which was ridiculous on multiple levels -- 1) she's gorgeous, and 2) how she looks is none of his GD business) on Facebook. 


    But just to rub his ignorance in his face a little more (will he even notice?), the supermodel spoke to Access Hollywood about the situation, explaining just how rude the comments are


    "Personally, I have no idea what I have to do with the election," she said while speaking of some of the candidates. "But really, the whole entire situation about women is not really funny, you know to put a number on a woman, especially women." 


    She continued, "We juggle so many things and I feel that, you know, women who support their families, who have children, who make their lunches, drive them all over the place, work at the same time, I mean, we do so many things, so in my book, every woman is a 10."


    Truer words have never been spoken. Thank you Heidi, for putting Trump in his place. Now if only he'd get the hint.


     


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    Jimmy Fallon clearly hasn't been watching "Empire," or he would've known Taraji P. Henson is the master of "family feuds."


    On the Fox show, Henson plays Cookie, a woman who doesn't let anything stand in the way of getting what she wants, and apparently the actress takes that perspective in real life, too. She joined Jimmy Fallon for a game of "Fast Family Feud" on Tuesday, and things got out of control quickly.


    Fallon was losing it almost immediately, the pair were leaving their seats, and eventually, Henson just kept buzzing in repeatedly, trying to fill in the blank for a word that comes before "balls." 


    The rules don't apply to Henson on "Empire," so obviously they don't matter for "Family Feud" either. 


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    David Ayer, director of the much-anticipated "Suicide Squad," is getting fans excited with a few more behind-the-scenes photos.


    The director shared a couple snaps from the set on Twitter, giving fans a glimpse of the cast's crazy antics. 


    In one pic, Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) is showing off her tattooing skills on a lucky (or unlucky, depending on how you look at it) man. Ayer added the caption, "Sqwad," perhaps referencing the character's, um, creative spelling skills. The caption could also just be referencing the actual tattoo the villain is giving the man -- by the looks of what we can see, it says "sqwad." 





    Ayer also shared an image of the sign for "Harley's Tattoo Parler Parlour." We're not sure if it'll appear in the actual film or if it was just a set prop, but either way, it's pretty badass. Though we don't know if we'd actually trust Harley with a needle. 





    "Suicide Squad," also starring Will Smith, Jared Leto and Cara Delevingne, is set to hit theaters Aug. 5, 2016. 


     


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    The Kardashians have officially taken St. Barts.  


    Reality TV's first family might be on vacation, but that doesn't mean they're taking a break from working out. On Tuesday, photographers snapped photos of the family as they engaged in a beachside work out.


    Kim Kardashian, who is six months pregnant with her second child, kept cool and bared her growing baby bump, while her sisters Kourtney and Khloe worked up a sweat in the water with a personal trainer. 




    Of course, the Kardashians went to the Caribbean island to relax (and to film footage for yet another season of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians"). Also on Tuesday, Khloe, Kourtney and younger sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner suited up in their best bikinis and went on a boat trip, which was also filmed for the show. 





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    Azealia Banks had some thoughts on the likelihood that people would defile Nicki Minaj's wax figure, and she was right. 


    Last week, the rapper tweeted about the "Anaconda"-themed figure, which depicts a scene from the music video with Minaj crouched atop a table wearing a gold chain top and black briefs. The statue debuted earlier this month at Madame Tussauds in Las Vegas. While Minaj posted multiple Instagram photos saying she loved it and calling it "iconic," Banks noted some issues.  























    On Tuesday, Banks' predictions came true. 











    Tussauds released a statement regarding people taking "inappropriate" photos with the figure Tuesday, saying a member of the staff will be present in the future. 





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    Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green have called it quits after five years of marriage, according to Us Weekly. 


    "Megan has separated from Brian. They decided on it six months ago," a source told the magazine. 


    The couple has yet to publicly confirm the split, and reps for the couple did not immediately respond to The Huffington Post's request for comment. 


    Fox, 29, and Green, 42, met in 2004 and were first engaged in November 2006, before calling it off in February 2009. The pair reconciled and were engaged once again by June 2010 and married in Hawaii just weeks after revealing their engagement was back on.


    The couple have two children together: sons Noah, 2, and Bodhi, 18 months. 


    If reports of the split are true, it may not come as a surprise to some. Fox was pretty candid about the state of the couple's sex life in an interview with "Entertainment Tonight" in 2014. 


    "Brian doesn't get any intimacy whatsoever. My [son Noah] sleeps in bed with us, so there's really no way," she said.  




     


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    One Direction star Liam Payne is speaking out against claims he is homophobic after making a statement about same-sex relationships. 


    "This is my favorite song off the last album, and it is about trying to find that number one woman in your life, which none of you can relate to, ’cause most of you are girls," he said before performing "Girl Almighty" at a recent concert. "Except for the boys in here, you know what I’m talking about."





    After people criticized Payne's failure to acknowledge that lesbians exist (and some may have been in the audience), the singer tweeted about those who mistakenly take things "literal" these days. 





    Although he said he would not comment further, he went on to comment further. 














    He finally said he misspoke and apologized. 











    While other members of the band have spoken out for equal rights, Payne has previously come under fire for things like tweeting his support for the "Duck Dynasty" clan's "family values." 


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    Harry Connick Jr.'s oldest daughter, Georgia, was reportedly arrested over the weekend.


    The 19-year-old is being charged with allowing minors to possess alcohol and procuring alcohol for minors at a party she hosted at her family's home in New Canaan, Connecticut, according to NBC. WTNH reports that Georgia Connick's parents weren't home at the time of the party. The New Canaan police received a call about underage drinking on Saturday around 1 a.m.


    On Tuesday, a rep for Harry Connick Jr. told People, "This is a private matter which we are dealing with as a family. We have no further comments. Thank you for understanding." The Huffington Post is also awaiting comment from the "American Idol" judge's reps.


    For more, head to NBC.


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    Jimmy Kimmel quit playing games with our hearts on Wednesday by revealing he was actually in a boy band with Mumford & Sons in the '90s. They were called "Mumtown," and they were H.O.T. 


    You might remember some of the band's classics like "I Am My Heart" and "Girl, I'm Saying Girl, Girl." Then again, maybe you won't. This is the first we're hearing of it too. Either way, it's time to tell other boy bands bye, bye, bye.


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    On Wednesday, comedian Tig Notaro stopped by "Conan" and talked about her topless performance in her latest HBO special. Notaro felt uncomfortable with her body after a having a double mastectomy due to cancer, and performed topless because she thought it was liberating and silly.


    Then Conan and Andy join in, and it does get silly. 




     


     


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    When we think of Kristen Stewart, we usually think of her in an edgy, all-black outfit. But it looks like the actress has turned over a new leaf. 


    On Tuesday night, the starlet walked the red carpet for the premiere of her new movie, "American Ultra," and she was wearing sequins. And florals. And heels. Oh my!



    The Zuhair Murad creation is a major departure for Stewart, who tends to favor Converse sneakers and a scowl whenever she makes public appearances. Maybe her new look (and attitude) has something to do with all the flak she's recently received from the media for never smiling for the cameras. Whatever the reason, we're just happy to catch a rare glimpse of her teeth.  


    "Twilight" enthusiasts, don't stress -- Stewart hasn't changed all that much. After all, she was still wearing her signature heavy black eyeliner on the red carpet and we definitely felt her rock 'n' roll style sensibilities shine through, even in her colorful romper. 



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