If the past 25 years have taught us anything, it’s that Jennifer Aniston is always having a moment.
The Dumplin’ star arrived on the set of Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday looking chic in black-on-black (a color scheme favored by fellow Brad Pitt ex Angelina Jolie as well). Jen paired a long black peacoat with a matching tee, dark purple platform sneakers, a gold pendant, and (drumroll, please) … LEATHER PANTS.
It *probably* wasn’t Jen’s intention to pay homage to one of the most iconic episodes of Friends, but consciously or not, that’s just what she did. Clad in a pair of pants reminiscent of those worn by Ross Geller (David Schwimmer) in season 5, episode 11 (“The One with All the Resolutions”), Aniston’s outfit evoked the golden age of TV sitcoms.
Let’s just hope Jen had an easier time getting out of them than Ross did …
P.S. Netflix just shelled out a cool $100 mil so you could re-watch this episode, so get to it.
Amal Clooney‘s got her hands full … with her bundled-up twins, their teddy bears and even a go bag for her little girl.
George‘s wife was flying solo Thursday morn with the couple’s 1-and-a-half-year-old twins, Alexander and Ella, as the trio left the Four Seasons and headed out into the chilly streets of New York City.
It is a pretty rare sighting of their kids, and we gotta say … even toddler Clooneys look stylish wherever they go.
As we reported … George and Amal got dressed to the nines Wednesday night to attend the United Nations Gala in New York with his parents. Amal, who is a human rights lawyer, was one of the speakers.
I’m a Celebrity fans are so convinced that there’s trickery and fixing at work on the ITV series that their eyes might just be playing tricks on them.
Whether it’s fans thinking campmates have been warned about their evictions ahead of time or certain stars having access to their phones in the jungle, there are conspiracy theories popping up constantly on Twitter.
The latest didn’t even have to do with evictions! Some fans were absolutely convinced during Tuesday’s episode that Dec Donnelly and Holly Willoughby were presenting live links in front of a green screen — meaning, they were somewhere other than the jungle.
[The supposed green screen link]
This is a real conspiracy theory that popped up – and it really caught fire throughout the episode:
As you saw there, some speculated a green screen was used because there was a torrential downpour in the jungle throughout the episode. Digital Spy reached out to the show, and a representative told us any claims that a green screen was used were “absolute nonsense”.
There is no question that Dec did eventually record a live link from the jungle bridge, with Holly reminding him of how dangerous it was since critters tend to fall out of the trees during storms.
This is the third straight night of conspiracy theories from fans. Most recently, Dec laughed off claims that Monday’s eviction was a fix when some thought that Sair Khan had her hair made up when she left camp.
“Done her hair? You’re clutching at straws now,” he promised fans.
I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! continues on Wednesday (December 5) at 9pm on ITV, followed by Extra Camp directly after on ITV2.
Pilot error is to blame for a helicopter crash that killed country-music star Troy Gentry last year, the National Transportation Safety Board made public Tuesday.
Gentry, 50, and his pilot died in the Sept. 8 crash in Medford, New Jersey. The pair were on board the aircraft when it crashed near the runway of the Flying W Airport & Resort, a small airport and entertainment area.
Eddie Mongtomery, the other half of the duo, was at the airport waiting for Gentry to arrive when the crash occurred, the Cherry Hill Courier-Post reported.
According to the two-page report, several minutes after takeoff, the pilot reported to the airport he was “unable to control engine rpm with throttle inputs.”
“The pilot’s early entry into and failure to maintain rotor rpm during a forced landing autorotation after performing an engine shutdown in flight, which resulted in an uncontrolled descent,” the report reads. “Contributing to the accident was the failure of maintenance personnel to properly rig the throttle control tie-rod assembly.”
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Travis Scott doesn’t like the rumors swirling around his relationship with Kylie Jenner, particularly the ones that accuse the Houston rapper of cheating on his girlfriend and the mother of his child, according to a report by E! Online.
The latest round of rumors was sparked Monday by an image that was posted to Instagram showing a man who bore a striking resemblance to Scott, even sporting the same signature hairstyle, sharing a close moment with a woman who was not Jenner. While no face is clear enough in the image to confirm whether the photo is actually of Scott or who the mystery woman is, that didn’t stop cheating accusations from rolling in.
Scott wasted no time responding, posting a message for his followers and even jumping into the comments section of the original post to offer a direct denial.
“S–t cap ass f–kkkk TMZ ain’t post this s–t. Trolls working hard today,” Travis wrote underneath the photo in question. “I don’t be on balcony wit no thots. That s–t lame. Try again u trollssss. Me and my wifey sturdy. Back to celebrating!!!”
Scott went on to write a second comment paying tribute to Jenner, with it reading, “Only got love for my wife. No time to be wasting. Think again.”
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While some may have thought Scott’s direct response was enough, the Texas rapper went a step further and posted another message regarding the situation in his Instagram stories.
On his page, Scott wrote, “Trolls always wanna create some fake s–t to destroy real love. GOING OVER BOARD TO MAKE S–T LOOK LIKE IS NOT EVIL. I hate acknowledging s–t. But quit try to take joy from s–t that’s good. I pray god blocks out all evil.”
Scott ended this message by repeating, “BACK TO CELEBRATIING!”
As Scott brushes aside the rumors, it is clear that he currently has plenty to celebrate. His single “Sicko Mode” finally reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 after spending the previous two weeks in second place before replacing the Ariana Grande megahit “Thank U, Next.” His album Astroworld saw an even larger jump this week, as it moved from the seventh position to return to the top spot of the Billboard 200.
“#1 album and #1 single. God is good,” Scott tweeted upon receiving the news.
Grande didn’t seem to mind losing the top spot too much, tweeting at the rapper, “So f–king dope. Congratulations!”