We're very sorry, folks.
We know you have enough to deal with right now, hopefully keeping a safe distance from most other human beings while you social distance and keep the country safe.
But we must nevertheless present to you the following piece of viral information:
The Taylor Swift versus Kanye West feud is not actually dead.
You know the one, right?
The one that started way back at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards when Kanye interrupted Taylor's speech on stage? And then exploded in 2016 when Kim Kardashian and her husband released portions of a phone conversation West had with Swift?
During which Swift seemingly gave the okay for Kanye to slam her in the track "Famous," only to later complain in public about Kanye's lyrics?
We were really hoping this rivalry was a thing of the past.
On March 21, however, a video somehow leaked online that depicted the conversation referenced above.
We've posted it on this page -- and it features West asking Swift to actually Tweet a message about the track "Famous," followed by him running a lyric by the pop star.
“Well, is it gonna be mean?” the “Shake It Off” crooner asks of this lyric.
"No, I don’t think it’s mean," Kanye responds.
Swift: Okay, then, let me hear it.
West: Okay. It says, um,… and the funny thing is, when I first played it and my wife heard it, she was like, “Huh? What? That’s too crazy,” blah, blah, blah.
And then like when Ninja from Die Atwoord heard it, he was like, “Oh my God, this is the craziest s—. This is why I love Kanye,” blah, blah, blah, that kind of thing. And now it’s like my wife’s favorite f—ing line.
I just wanted to give you some premise of that. Right?
After all this stalling, Kanye finally come out with it to Swift:
So it says “To all my Southside [N-word] that know me best, I feel like Taylor Swift might owe me sex.”
Swift laughs and seems fine with this line -- but she does later balk at the lyric about how Kanye claims to have made her "famous."
He also never says in the call that he calls her a "bitch" in the same song.
We don't know how this video got out and we're as sick of this story as everyone else out there.
But it's news, right?
And it's news that is not Coronavirus related, for a welcome change.
So listen to the exchange in the footage and then choose a side:
Team Kanye or Team Taylor?
It's that time again, friends!
A brand new season of Teen Mom OG has just begun, and the coming weeks will be filled with episode after episode of just piles and piles of drama.
How do we know that?
Well, one, it's Teen Mom -- drama is kind of the whole point.
And two, MTV just released a brand new trailer for the season, so we have a better idea of what we can be expecting.
And friends ... it's going to get messy.
The trailer kicks off with some cuteness -- a clip over at the Baltierra home with baby Vaeda hitting her big sister in the cutest way possible, and Ryder cruising off on a scooter.
But they don't waste any time getting to the good stuff.
After Ryder scoots away, we see Cory tell Cheyenne that he and his girlfriend are expecting a child of their own.
And although Cheyenne has been extremely supportive on social media, she doesn't seem super pleased upon hearing the news.
In another scene -- maybe about the pregnancy, maybe not -- she holds her head in her hands and says "Oh my god!", so we'll have to see how that turns out!
Down in Chattanooga, Maci is spending some time with a friend and talking abour Ryan.
The friend asks her how Ryan looked (we imagine they did a drop-off or there was some kind of event for Bentley), and she answers "In my opinion, he was 100% not sober."
Remember, Ryan was addicted to heroin, and we guess according to Maci, he still may have a problem.
And speaking of Ryan, the next clip we see is of him yelling at his parents while Mackenzie (Standifer, Mac McKee comes later) stands by.
"I'm tired of you getting on my ass because I have an order of protection against me with them," he screams.
It's honestly probably the most animated we've ever seen him.
You'll never believe what comes next -- it's Amber crying on a couch!
"Honestly when I heard those audios I was ashamed," she told Gary, who didn't seem super sympathetic.
Which is fair -- remember how awful those audios were?
Amber was out of her mind, threatening to kill Andrew and calling him all sorts of horrible names and bragging about punching him in the face.
She should be ashamed.
Next, Andrew confides in a producer, telling him "I never wanted a broken family."
As if starting a family with Amber Portwood could have ever had a different outcome.
Over in Michigan, Catelynn and Tyler are, once again, talking about having another baby -- and Tyler only has one thing on his mind.
"I just want a boy," he complained, and so Cate looked up some info about gender selection.
She read that it would costs approximately $18,000 to guarantee their next child would be the boy that he's so desperately wanted, and as she tells him, "I ain't paying 20 grand for a kid."
Tyler looks frustrated, but we don't hear his thoughts on the matter because the trailer cuts quickly (and tragically) to Mackenzie McKee having a talk with her mother.
"How bad is this?" she asks Angie, who admits that things are "pretty bad."
They were, of course, talking about Angie's cancer, and since this scene was filmed several months ago, we know just how bad it was.
This was touched on in the trailer, too -- we see Mackenzie crying as her husband holds her, and we hear her say "After losing her, I will never be the same. Something bad is gonna happen."
From then on out, we just see some quick little bits of drama -- Cheyenne scolds Cory for not showing up to something she planned, Maci tells Taylor that something is "going to be a catastrophe."
Tyler tells Cate that he things she's "just afraid of failing," and we're actually not sure what that could be about, which is rare these days for this show.
And to wrap things up, there's some footage of the film crew scrambling around in a panic as an ambulance arrives, because apparently "Amber just fainted."
Seems like it's going to be a fun season, right?
You can watch the trailer in its entirety below:
The Duggar homestead is a familiar sight to fans of the family.
Jim Bob and Michelle built a 7,000-square foot Arkansas residence using the proceeds from their first TLC specials way back in the day.
Thirteen years and three more kids later, the house serves as the setting for two reality shows - and some very large family gatherings.
Of course, 13 years is a long time and, about half the younger Duggar generation has grown up and moved into homes of their own.
Some of the adult Duggars are just starting out - while some are already living the good life on some very enviable property.
Others ... not so much. We'll get to that shortly.
The folks at celebrity gossip magazine In Touch took a look at all of the Duggar homes, and you might be surprised by what they found.
So where do the Duggars live? Take a look:
1. The Compound
2. The Beginning ...
3. A Humble Start
4. The Living Room
5. The Master Bedroom
6. The Master Bath
Kenny Rogers, a beloved singer and performer, passed away at his home on Friday.
He was 81 years old.
“The Rogers family is sad to announce that Kenny Rogers passed away last night at 10:25PM at the age of 81," reads a statement that confirmed the sad news.
"Rogers passed away peacefully at home from natural causes under the care of hospice and surrounded by his family.
"The family is planning a small private service at this time out of concern for the national COVID-19 emergency.
"They look forward to celebrating Kenny’s life publicly with his friends and fans at a later date."
Rogers is a Country Music Hall of Famer, but his career spanned multiple types of music and he had fans from all genres.
The crooner was known for an impressive string of hits that crossed over to top 40 pop hit radio.
The biggest of his 60-year career include, "The Gambler," "Coward of the County," "Lucille," "Lady" and his #1 duet with Dolly Parton, "Islands in the Stream."
While the timing of his death may have come as a surprise to some readers out there, the singer has had serious health issues in the past.
Back in 2018, for example, he had to cancel the remaining dates of his 'Gambler's Last Deal' farewell tour due to unspecified "health challenges."
When he was forced to cancel, Kenny joked at the time: "I didn't want to take forever to retire.
Then, on May 31, 2019, spokespeople for the star put tabloid rumors about his near-death to bed, revealing that Rogers was hospitalized, yet in stable health.
“Kenny was recently admitted to a local Georgia hospital and treated for dehydration,” the statement from his rep read about 10 months ago.
"He will remain there to complete some physical therapy to get his strength back prior to discharge.
"He appreciates the concern and well wishes he has received from his fans and can assure everyone he plans on sticking around through the years to come."
The icon was born and raised in Houston, and was the fourth of eight children. He has also five kids of his own ... and got married five different times.
Over his illustrious five decades-long career -- which includes sales of over 100 million records -- Rodgers won three Grammys, 18 American Music Awards, and the aforementined spot in the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Kenny also released a mind-boggling 39 studio albums.
A very successful businessman, Rogers co-founded the restaurant chain Kenny Rogers Roasters, which once earned a prominence reference on a popular Seinfeld episode.
His final concert took place on October 25, 2017, at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.
Rogers is survived by his fifth wife, Wanda, and three adult children, in addition to his twins.
May Kenny Rogers rest in peace.