Some of these shows might actually be improved by more pugs.
Celebrities…They’re just like us! Well, in most cases they’re not (unless you’re Taylor Swift and reading this, in which case, love your work)! But when it comes to Halloween, they also like to get in on the action.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson
You know how sometimes you just CANNOT get a song out of your head no matter how hard you try. They call it an “earworm,” but frankly, that just sounds gross. What it is, though, is rather annoying, and there are some songs when all it takes is someone simply saying one line for it to occur.
As the people of Reddit pointed out, “you take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and then you have,” well, these songs stuck in your head.
Considering that characters on TV are often put into romantic (and sometimes complicated and compromising) situations, and spend so much time with each other, it’s no surprise that there is the occasional hook-up.
In other words, that romance you see on TV can often be taken off-screen.
Keri Russell and Scott Speedman – Felicity
What would make cute cats “fighting” even more adorably badass? If they sounded like lightsabers.
Jimmy Kimmel’s Latest ‘I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy’ Video Is the Funniest One Yet
It may be dangerous to separate a kid from their candy. Do not try this at home.
They say there are no original ideas left in Hollywood and, considering the number of remakes and sequels out there, a strong argument could be made for that thought.
There are, however, remakes and then there are movies so ridiculously ripped off that there’s no mistaking the fact that they’re only original in how blatantly bad they are.
While the current status of celebrities is often in the headlines on a daily basis, you don’t always know what went on in the years before they were famous or the people they grew up with.
For these stars, they weren’t actually raised by their biological parents. Sometimes a family member adopted them, and other times it was a family that found them through the system.
From a computer genius to an iconic screen siren, here’s a list of the stars who found family in unexpected ways.
Born Norma Jeane Mortenson in 1926, Monroe’s mother was mentally unstable and financially unable to care for her, so she placed her with foster parents whom she lived with until she was 7. After a series of foster homes, she eventually married a neighbor, James Dougherty, after she turned 16 so that she wouldn’t have to return to foster care or an orphanage.
He truly nails his role as “Grizzled Coach.”
Bruce Jenner made headlines this year by publicly announcing his transition into a woman, Caitlyn Jenner, and opened the door for discussion about transgendered people of all types — not just celebrities.
And while Jenner’s is certainly the most public transition to date, there are others in the industry who have been blazing their own trails of transition.
As mentioned, this former Olympian and reality star made the official announcement of transitioning from Bruce to Caitlyn in 2015.
Via: Caitlyn Jenner
We all grew up with those stars that we thought had a little extra twinkle in their eyes. And maybe — hypothetically speaking, of course — we had posters of them on our walls and unrealistic expectations that we could also run with Slater and Zack through the halls of Bayside High.
Well, you obviously grew up, and so did they. Here’s a look at how those childhood crushes are wandering through the halls of adulthood today.
Mark Paul Gosselaar – Saved By the Bell