There are two sides to every story.
And in the wake of Shia LaBeouf's apology tour following his very public meltdown, one person involved in the incident hasn't been as vocal: Alan Cumming, the star of the live Broadway show LaBeouf interrupted.
But now comes Cumming's version of events, which ... actually isn't too different from LaBeouf's.
What a way to make their dads – up in heaven – proud.
Two powerhouse female vocalists delivered a stunning performance during Monday night's penultimate battle rounds on The Voice, tearing up Beyoncé's "Halo" as a remembrance of the fathers they both lost.
Saturday Night Live just added a new face to the cast of its 40th season.
Leslie Jones is the latest lady to join the show as a full-fledged cast member after becoming a writer earlier this year.
Jones first auditioned for the coveted spot last fall as one of twelve finalists, but the role was ultimately offered to Sasheer Zamata.
Pitbull was in the house to perform and guest judge on a night that Dancing with the Stars promised lots of "muy caliente" moments – that is, until the judges (and America) threw cold water on the latest ousted celebrity.
Though he earned an impressive 32 out of 40 for his jazz dance, Mean Girls star Jonathan Bennett was the newest star to leave the dance floor Monday.
"Here's the thing," explained Bennett. "I came here to do this show, to have fun, to have a really great experience and to bring life back into my life, and that’s what I did. I had the best time of my life."
Here's how the whole show – which included a stellar appearance by Leah Remini as a guest host – played out under the mirror ball:
Though doctors have given him just six months until his kidneys fail, American Idol's Scott MacIntyre refuses to let his illness slow him down.
"There is a lot of uncertainty about the immediate future, as you can imagine," MacIntyre tells PEOPLE of being diagnosed with kidney failure. "But for now, I'm still very mobile and I'm going to continue to perform and speak as long as I have the strength to do so."
This is not the first time MacIntyre has faced a health crisis. The season 8 Idol contestant, 29 – who was born blind – had to undergo a kidney transplant at the age of 22 after he was diagnosed with kidney failure in his late teens.