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Josh and Donna forever!
According to West Wing costars Janel Moloney and Bradley Whitford, our favorite political lovebirds are still going strong.
We last saw politicos Josh Lyman and Donna Moss a 10 years ago as the finally managed, after seven seasons of whip-smart banter and subtle flirting, to make it work and were shown together on the series finale, implying that their relationship was endgame.
PEOPLE recently caught up with the actors for a status check on the relationship: Would Josh and Donna still be together today?
"Yes, of course," Moloney says, sending shippers' hearts soaring.
Aaron Sorkin created some of the most iconic political leaders and players in pop culture history in his acclaimed show The West Wing – but would he ever have imagined a character like presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump?
Bradley Whitford, who played White House Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman for seven seasons on the NBC series, doesn't think so.
"It's terrible writing," the 56-year-old actor recently told PEOPLE. "Look, our show had a progressive democratic point of view, and the fakest thing about our show was that we had rational Republicans written in to be the opposition."
King in the North ... or King of your local fast fast food restaurant.
Believe it or not, Bachelorette season 12's token villain, Chad Johnson, is able to dish out compliments about one of his competitors on this season of the reality dating show.
The controversial 28-year-old (who is Justin Bieber's favorite contestant) told Andy Cohen on SiriusXM's Radio Andy Monday that he thinks Luke Pell is the best looking guy in JoJo Fletcher's remaining bunch.
"He's not a bad looking dude," Johnson, 28, admitted to Cohen. "You know, he's a little weird and sketchy sometimes but he's not a bad looking dude."
So, what exactly is the deal between The Bachelorette's Jordan Rodgers and his very famous brother Aaron Rodgers?
Jordan – currently a frontrunner on JoJo Fletcher's season of the hit ABC dating show – recently opened up about his relationship with his older brother Aaron, Green Bay Packers quarterback, while Skyping in for an interview on Katie Nolan's Garbage Time podcast.
We don't mean to alarm you, but your world might get just a little bit stranger at the end of July.
That's when celebrities like Justin Bieber just might tweet random things to other celebrities like William Shatner. Or maybe your local meteorologist will deliver the weather while dressed like a superhero in drag. Or people could make pictures of Robert Downey Jr. out of salt and pepper.
Actually, we can pretty much guarantee that none of those particular things will happen, because they all happened last year. Instead, a new crop of crazy stunts will pop up around the globe.
Khloé Kardashian celebrated her 32nd birthday on Monday night, in a star-studded party at Dave & Buster's in Hollywood, California.
Vicki Gunvalson is ready to move on from the cancer scandal surrounding ex boyfriend Brooks Ayers that plagued last season of The Real Housewives of Orange County. But her fellow castmates? They might need a little more time.
On Monday's episode, housewives Shannon Beador, Tamra Judge, Meghan King Edmonds and Heather Dubrow all made it clear they weren't ready to mend fences with Gunvalson.
"I have nothing to say to someone that doesn't take responsibility for what they do," Beador explained to her husband David, while at dinner. "I've seen no remorse, I've seen her taken no accountability for her actions about the lies that are still continuing, nor about how she treated me as a friend."