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The first lady wanted to celebrate her "Be Best" campaign, but Twitter users said, "Be gone."
The brilliantly trippy Disney+ series may make you Wanda how its Marvel heroes ended up in a sitcom universe.
“I’ve worked with actors who showed up drunk! And that was not me," the "Argo" actor said.
"If that’s offensive to you, then we’ll just have to agree to disagree," the country singer said in a new interview with CMT.
The Goop founder previously revealed that she "doesn’t love acting that much."
The actor expressed his support for fans who want Trump's seven seconds of screen time scrapped from future broadcasts of the holiday comedy.
"The Big Lebowski" star has been updating fans on his treatment since announcing his diagnosis in October.
The actor pushed back on the "spurious online attacks," calling them "bulls**t," and said he couldn't "in good conscience" leave his kids to film a movie right now.
Mayim Bialik and journalist Bill Whitaker will also fill in for the late Alex Trebek.
The "Late Show" host said this is a sign the president is really bad at his job.