Lindsay Lohan‘s father was extremely excited about his holiday miracle, sharing:
“Kate and I are ecstatic. A bit late for Christmas but the best gift imaginable… What a way to bring in the new year! God has blessed me with the best children a father could ever ask for — but I’m done!”
So what’s the name of the bouncing bundle of joy, one may ask??
Michael Buble is one of the greatest contemporary singers around, but he’s not only talented at bringing the harmonies together!
He’s also amazing at bringing people together! In anticipation of some super holy matrimony!
One man must’ve known all this ahead of time when he showed up at one of Michael’s gigs and asked the singer with some help proposing to his girlfriend!
That man was Anthony Goldman – and he convinced Michael into pretending that he, Anthony, and his soon-to-be wife Louisa were about to do a karaoke rendition of I’ll Be Home For Christmas before Anthony STOPPED the song and got down on his knee!
Well, that’s what we thought too, but the lyrics are pretty telling! At the beginning of the song she sings:
“I’m laughing ’cause I lied, you know/I said you sound like All Time Low, you really don’t/Even though, you try hard.”
The shade is so apparent. The actress-turned-singer wouldn’t say Jack sounds like ATL if he’s already the lead singer of the band!
Also, did anyone catch that Try Hardreference? It’s one of the first songs 5SOS sang back before they became big boys!
The Ender’s Game actress also makes a reference to bleached hair and hoping it falls out — which is TOTALLY something the 5SOS fam jokes about since Mikey dyes his hair more than the average human being.
Ouch. Need more proof?
Just watch the music video (above) and see if you can catch her scathing lyrics about Mikey!
“First and foremost, we are a nation built on the rule of law. And so, we need to accept that this decision was the Grand Jury’s to make. There are Americans who agree with it, and there are Americans who are deeply disappointed, even angry. It’s an understandable reaction, but I join Michael’s parents in asking anyone who protests this decision to do so peacefully.
President Obama was joined by celebs like Taraji P. Henson, MissyElliott, and even the NAACP in voicing their opinions of the events taking place in Ferguson.
Ch-ch-check out the reactions on social media to the Grand Jury’s decision. (below)
After more than 100 days of protests, a federal grand jury has determined DarrenWilson‘s fate.
18-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by the Ferguson police officer during an altercation on August 9. Police claim that Brown reached for Wilson’s weapon, while Brown’s family and several witnesses claim Wilson shot Brown while he was raising his hands to surrender.
The grand jury — consisting of nine white jurors and three black jurors — decided by majority NOT to indict Officer Wilson after deliberating for two days. The jury could have charged Wilson with first degree murder, second degree murder, manslaughter, or involuntary manslaughter.
After being informed of the decision by authorities, Brown’s family attorney Benjamin Crump released the news shortly before the official announcement:
“The jury was not inclined to indict on any charges.”
At 9:22 p.m. ET, county prosecutor Robert McCulloch confirmed the verdict in a televised press conference:
“No probable cause existed to charge Officer Wilson.”
In a statement, Brown’s family said they were “profoundly disappointed” by the decision.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon, who declared a state of emergency last week in anticipation of civil unrest, addressed the public shortly before the verdict:
“Our shared hope and expectation is that regardless of the decision, people on all sides show tolerance, mutual respect, and restraint. Together, we are all focused on making sure the necessary resources are on hand to protect lives, protect property, and protect free speech.”
Nixon’s words echoed those of President Obama, who on Sunday called for calm and asked citizens to “keep protests peaceful.” A number of local schools were also closed in anticipation of the verdict and will be closed Tuesday.