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Mexico is saying "adiós" to the Miss Universe Pageant following co-owner Donald Trump's controversial comments about immigration.
Move over Jennifer Aniston, Vanessa Bayer will knock you right off the couch at Central Perk with her Rachel Green.
The Saturday Night Live cast member popped by Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday to show off her spot-on character impressions of not just Aniston, 46, but the entire Friends cast.
On this season's Keeping Up with the Kardashians, 17-year-old Kylie Jenner vowed to move out of her family home "the second" she turned 18.
In advance of her 18th birthday on August 10, however, the reality star is already moving into her $2.7 million Calabasas mansion, with the help of sister Khloé Kardashian.
The sisters posed in a pouty-lipped photo for Kylie's Instagram, which Kylie captioned, "Don't you wish your move-in crew looked like mine?" They're wearing cropped leggings and sneakers so you know they mean business.
If anyone can do that, it's Cheryl Burke and Nicole Scherzinger.
The "that" in question is dancing alongside the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders in the final episode of the NBC variety series I Can Do That. The show has Burke, 31, and Scherzinger, 37, attempting feats outside their comfort zone alongside Ciara, Joe Jonas, Hunger Games alum Alan Ritchson and comedian Jeff Dye.
In an exclusive clip from the finale, Burke, a former Dancing With the Stars pro, talks about how the cheerleaders' routine is different enough from her ballroom performances that she "has to learn a whole different style of dancing." Former Pussycat Dolls member Scherzinger, meanwhile, jokes, "I feel like I've auditioned and failed."
Whatever it takes, they know they can make it through.
Degrassi stars Shane Kippel, Lauren Collins, Jake Epstein and Adamo Ruggiero reunited Monday while shooting promos for the show, which got canceled earlier this month after 14 years on the air – but is coming back with 20 new episodes in 2016 thanks to the powers that be at Netflix.
Still, every fan of the Canadian tween/teen drama knows that the show really hit its stride in the Next Generation years, with Kippel's slacker Spinner, Collins' queen bee Paige, Epstein's bipolar rocker Craig and Ruggiero's proudly out Marco ruling the hallways.
As she's arguably the biggest star of Bravo's Real Housewives franchise, NeNe Leakes' departure from Real Housewives of Atlanta in advance of its eighth season has been a bitter pill to swallow for her fans.
But how did her cast mates, who she told PEOPLE "will be happy" now that they have an "opportunity to shine" with her gone, react?
Kenya Moore was the first of the RHOA ladies to respond on social media to Leakes' departure. When asked by a fan if she was glad to hear the news, Moore answered with three nail-painting emojis. (As any emoji scholar knows, the nail-painting emoji is the shadiest of the emojis, second only to the tea emoji.)
Though she's moving on to bigger things, this moment is bittersweet for Leakes, too. The 48-year-old reality star took to Instagram on Monday night to thank her fans directly for their support over the years and to express how difficult the choice was for her to make.
Jimmy Kimmel likes to kid around.
Days after the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage, Jimmy Kimmel Live put a lighthearted spin on the subject by asking children for their opinions.
In the clip, the kids come across as open-minded. One girl (who plans to tie the knot at age 30) suggests that while "some kids" may have a hard time wrapping their heads around gay marriage, she believes that anybody should be able to wed "if you're old enough."
A boy also chimes in with his support for same-sex unions, saying, "If they want to, they should be able to." But odds are slim he will walk down the aisle anytime soon. His disinterest in marrying stems from frugality, he explains: "When you get married, the other person is entitled to any money the other person has."
Kaitlyn Bristowe had another sob-filled night on Monday's Bachelorette, and that meant saying goodbye to several of her suitors. Happily, two of those guys can console themselves with sun, sand and singles when they join the season 2 cast of Bachelor in Paradise.
Without further ado, the newest two tickets to Paradise belong to ...