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Keeping Up With the Kardashians fans have yet to find out what fresh drama the Kardashian-Jenner women will face in season 11, but one thing is certain: They will look phenomenal while doing it.
This season of Big Brother was a summer of showmances, from southern sweethearts Clay Honeycutt and Shelli Poole going steady (they only kissed once, you guys) to Liz Nolan overcoming her aversion to tuna fish-filled pony-beards and becoming Austin Matelson's new girlfriend.
But despite his best efforts and impressive scare tactics, James Huling stayed squarely in the friend zone with Meg Maley – until now.
Maley, 25, appeared on PEOPLE Now on Friday to discuss her experience as a house guest, and the conversation naturally turned to her number-one ally.
Brie Larson might be scoring praise for her role in the upcoming drama Room, but the actress is nabbing all the laughs for participating in The Whisper Challenge on Thursday.
The actress stopped by The Tonight Show to play the hilarious game, which finds guests hooked to headphones with host Jimmy Fallon. While the star did not exactly pass with flying colors – she did, however, guess a good chunk of the first answer – Larson had us totally charmed, giggling throughout each round.
As more than 50 women claim Bill Cosby drugged and raped them, the man who played his son on his beloved sitcom says he worries the allegations have "tarnished" its ground-breaking legacy.
On Friday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, DeGeneres introduces her own super group to rival pretend frenemy Taylor Swift's powerful #squad.
"Kendall Jenner is in [Taylor's] squad, Selena Gomez is in it," DeGeneres says. "Guess who's not in it? This gal right here. It's messed up alright. Don't get me riled up."
But don't worry – she's already moved past this heartbreaking exclusion.
Jill Zarin is doing fine after being involved a car accident last week, but the Night of the Wild actress admitted Thursday she is still not feeling 100 percent.
The Real Housewives of New York City alum appeared on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live and spoke to host Andy Cohen about the scary crash.
Jamie Lee Curtis insists that she learned plenty from her parents – Hollywood legends Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis. And one of her most powerful lessons they inadvertently taught her was that she's not a big fan of the limelight that comes with being an actor.
"Public attention was very important to my parents," Curtis, who currently stars in Fox's new dark comedy Scream Queens, says in this week's issue of PEOPLE. "They required that attention all the way through the end of their lives. Given what their backgrounds were and how their rise to fame was so meteoric, that sort of thing was important to them.
Kim Zolciak-Biermann is disclosing new details about her heart condition.
After revealing on Good Morning America on Thursday that she has a patent foramen ovale, a "hole in her heart that never closed," the reality star explained the condition and her treatment plans in an interview with E!