When one of the biggest laughs in your movie revolves around the supposed hilarity of Zac Efron fondling a dead man’s scrotum, it’s probably a good move to check your outrage over its critical reception.
A 2-year-old baby girl has died after her mother's boyfriend allegedly performed WWE wrestling moves on the little one, including a "Batista Bomb". Addie Cook died at hospital a few days later after suffering traumatic injuries. According to Fox 2 News, Addie was suffering from a seizure when EMS arrived at her home in Jefferson County, Missouri, on 16 May. The emergency responders said the child has obvious signs of trauma.
Greg Gianforte’s 7 percentage point win in the Montana special election keeps a seat in Republican hands but fundamentally represents bad news for the GOP. The basic issue, as David Wasserman breaks down for the Cook Political Report, is that for prognostication purposes you don’t just want to know who wins or loses a special election - you want to know the margin. Montana is considerably redder than the average congressional district.
A father of three Ariana Grande fans has penned an open letter to the pop star, offering some "redneck love from a daddy of daughters" following the heartbreaking events at Manchester arena. SEE ALSO: Why Ariana Grande's music is so important The letter by Patrick Millsaps from Georgia, U.S. has since gone viral, gaining almost 20K retweets and over 40K likes. "I am the father of three daughters - ages 13, 12 and 12. So, you have been a part of our family for years," wrote Millsaps whose girls are named Morgan, Alison and Kendall. "On occasion your songs have stayed on the radio AFTER I have dropped the girls off at school. I will neither confirm nor deny that I have personally seen every episode
The co-owner of London’s West Ham United Football Club has promised to give free accommodation to a homeless man who came to the aide of victims of Monday’s Manchester terror attack.
On a special Red Nose Day version of American Ninja Warrior, celebrities took on the famed obstacle course to raise money for children in need. Celebrities like Erika Christensen, Natalie Morales, and Derek Hough earned $5,000 towards the charity for every obstacle they successfully overcame. All the celebrities put on a great show for a great cause but one celebrity in particular stole the show. Stephen Amell plays the title superhero in the hit CW show Arrow. And based on his performance on the ANW obstacle course, he might actually be a real-life superhero. Amell flew through the 6 obstacles on course with little to know issues. In fact after completing it he asked if he could earn more money for charity by moving onto next obstacle course. Amell's Arrow character Oliver Queen uses a salmon ladder to train and conveniently that was an ANW obstacle. After climbing the ladder Amell looked into the audience and shouted "This is about to end so thank you all for coming out tonight. You have been a wonderful audience." And then he dropped into the safety pool below.
Melania Trump might have been born in Slovenia, but through her fashion she’s proved to be a true New Yorker. On Thursday evening at the Royal Castle of Laeken in Brussels during a spouse and partner event, the first lady of the United States wore a black off-the-shoulder lace dress.