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Star of French Reality show ‘Secret Story 9’ and winner of the brunette girl of the year 2016 for Playboy Italy, Claudia Romani is seen looking smoking hot wearing Italian soccer player A.C. Milan Leonardo Bonucci # 19 team jersey – Miami Beach, 09/27/2017.
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Jacob Roloff Talks Family Feud: Does He Hate His Parents or What?!?

Jacob Roloff has come a very long way in two years.

It wasn't THAT long after all, when the Little People, Big World personality chose to remove himself from his family's narrative.

Jacob Roloff and His Lover

Sick over the way his loved ones were choosing to be portrayed on their reality TV show, Jacob didn't merely walk away in July of 2016.

He walked away from the series while also slamming the production in the process, exposing his parents and siblings for the type of liars they had become.

"For the sake of 'the episode' and ratings I've seen a lot of STORYLINES drawn up (loosely) about our lives," Roloff wrote at the time, taking the very unusual step of outing his own show as scripted and fake.

He added:

"The family that is filmed is not my family.

"They are the Roloff Characters and I have scarcely anything in common with them, nor do I want to be a character myself."

Pretty harsh and to the point, huh?

With that, Jacob faded away from the spotlight for several months, taking road trips with his girlfriend and dogs around the Pacific Northwest and scarcely posting on social media.

Jacob Roloff Outside

But now a few things have changed.

For starters, Isabel Rock is no longer Jacob's girlfriend... she's his fiancee!!!!!!!!!!!

Moreover, Jacob is on strong terms once again with his family, as his Instagram page is filled with photos of himself, his nephew, his siblings and, yes, his parents.

For whatever reason, however, some Internet trolls refuse to believe that Jacob and his relatives are getting along so well.

They continue to perpetuate talk of a feud, so much so that Jacob has finally taken to social media in order to respond to this chatter.

"You know that feeling of dread when someone is scrutinizing you and you think, “hey, this might be true about me,” until they slip up and say something totally bonkers and wrong, and you sigh with relief because they are *so* off base?" Roloff asked as a caption to the throwback photo below.

He then continued:

"I feel this every. single. time. I see a headline regarding ‘rifts’ in my family. It is just so simply and surely untrue!

"This is a good picture of a pure, early, easy, fun time in my life."

Roloff Throwback Image

Jacob proceeded to share an excerpt from his upcoming memoir about Amy Roloff and Matt Roloff.

It reads as follows:

My parents have always been pretty amazing. They both succeeded in life, had a family and provided for and gave their kids all that they wanted, within disciplined reason.

My dad taught me practical, mindful things like chess, how to build a fire, and other sorts of exercises in basic critical thinking to a degree that I still carry the lessons with me today.

He was also a great storyteller, sitting all of us kids by the fire and telling stories of “dark, windy nights.”

My mom, always making sure we knew we were loved, supported all our efforts and hobbies as often as she knew about them, even coaching all of us kids in soccer in our early years.

She also instilled in us a very good sense of manners and respect that I find myself appreciating more and more everyday.

So much for this being a bitter and angry tell-all, right?

Isabel Rock and Jacob Roloff Image

Jacob's book will be titled "Out to See" and will be available to purchase on May 1.

To drive the point home that everything is great between himself and his mom and dad, he also included an old image of himself and his siblings on the beach via Instagram, posting along with it yet another memoir passage.

This one reads as follows:

I’m just so happy my parents believed in life enough to have four kids. My brothers, both with their own wives and a daughter and son respectively.

My sister, with her own husband and booming life in Spokane, Washington.

I, too, am now entering the open sea of life and have gotten myself engaged to a wonderful beauty of a girl, and have begun a commitment in profession.

This - the farm, our next generation of families - with its many reverberations in all of our individual lives, and those of our children, comes due to my parents and their dedication to the family, and belief in life.

Doesn't exactly sound like someone who has anything but love and affection for his family members, does it?

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Fergie Butchers the National Anthem, Jimmy Kimmel and Others Try Not to Laugh

Sooo, Fergie IS actually a singer? Because her rendition of the National Anthem at the NBA’s All-Star Game today was beyond horrendous. Bald eagles everywhere just shed a tear.

She tries to Mariah Carey her way through the anthem, long may it wa-wa-WAAAAVVVE. Ya ya yaaaa!! Woooooohhh. Yea, you get the picture.

No celeb or NBA player could stifle their laughs. Chance the Rapper could only smile, Draymond Green gave a smirk and Jimmy Kimmel was thinking “What in the actual fuck?”

Hopefully, someone gives Fergie the truth: you suck as a singer.

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Shanina Shaik See Through (19 Photos)

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Shanina Shaik wears a see through dress at the Vogue x Irving Penn party at Paris Fashion Week in Paris, 10/01/2017. Shanina Shaik is an Australian fashion supermodel. Age – 26 years old (born February 11, 1991)

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Black Panther Just Scored One Of The Top Openings OF ALL TIME — Box Office Totals HERE!

YES!!!!!

We knew it would, we knew it would, we KNEW it would, and it did!!

Black Panther is now officially one of the most popular movies EVER with one of the best opening weekends of ALL TIME!!!

Related: ALL 18 Marvel Movies, RANKED!

The ground-breaking superhero movie did a cool $192 million across North America over the past three days!!

When you also include the four-day holiday time frame by adding Monday projections, it looks like the film is going to surpass a total of more than $218 million for its opening weekend JUST in the United States and Canada!!!

That makes it one of the best domestic openings EVER!

And globally, too, you can add in another $169 million around the world -- which gives Black Panther a total of an unreal $387 million global debut!

AMAZING!!!

The weekend isn't over, of course, and there's some thought the film could climb as high as $225 million domestically by the end of Monday, so perhaps those totals are even a bit conservative!!

But there's absolutely no doubt that it is one of the best openings and most popular new release in the history of the industry!!! Can't beat THAT!!

Related: The Women Rule Black Panther In Our Review Roundup!

And don't take it just from the box office totals alone!!

Listen to what people -- celebs and regular movie-goers alike -- were saying about the movie, too (below)!!!

Incredible!!!

What did y'all think, Perezcious readers?!

Let us know in the comments (below)!!!

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OPEN POST: Movie Therapy for the 2017 Best Picture Nominees

The Oscars are nearly here, and cinephiles everywhere are trying to see all nine Best Picture nominees before next Sunday’s ceremony. Having now seen all nine films, I’m here to offer you some movie therapy for them. If you’re not familiar with the concept of movie therapy, you can catch up on it with our columns on The Last Jedi, Rogue One, Blade Runner 2049, Alien: Covenant, and Batman v Superman.

Warning, spoilers ahead for all nine of these films, so if you haven’t seen them yet, proceed with caution…

Dunkirk

Christopher Nolan’s boldest, most experimental, and shortest work since his first two features (Following & Memento), Dunkirk is an absolutely devastating film that will be virtually impossible for me to revisit. Imagine the first twenty-five minutes of Saving Private Ryan stretched to feature length and directed by Terrence Malick instead of Steven Spielberg and you’ll have some semblance of what to expect from Dunkirk. The film is an assault on the senses and if you were lucky enough to see it in IMAX, I think you technically qualify for military decoration of some sort. It’s more an experience than a film, honestly, but Nolan has always been a master of pushing the form in new directions. It’s an amazing film, worthy of all the praise and nominations it received, just don’t be surprised if it leaves you more than a little shell shocked.

 

The Shape of Water

In a year where other Best Picture nominees feature poison mushrooms, jizz-filled peaches, and mind control, Guillermo Del Toro’s latest monster movie manages to be the weirdest BP nominee since Black Swan. I think that the biggest problem with The Shape of Water is that most people will take one look at the concept and say, “Not for me.” What makes the film such a triumph, however, is that it explores sexuality in all its many forms, and how hard it was to be someone living in post WWII America with any sort of kinks that society at large might deem deviant. Yes, it’s a movie about a mute woman falling in love with an anthropomorphic lizard man, but it’s also one of the most tender and beautiful examinations of societal outcasts you’ll ever see. From Sally Hawkins brilliant leading performance to her note perfect co-stars Richard Jenkins, Michael Shannon, Octavia Spencer, Doug Jones, and Michael Stuhlbarg, Del Toro has crafted a love story unlike any other.

 

Get Out

Easily the most surprising Best Picture nominee of the year, Jordan Peele’s directorial debut is a taut, suspenseful, funny, and very pointed satire of the state of race relations in America. Yes, we live in a time where you could make a comparison between this film and an episode of Black Mirror, but what makes Get Out so much fun to watch is how it subverts the horror formula. What makes the film such an anomaly is that it was made under the umbrella of cheapie-horror studio Blumhouse, a production company that has always flaunted its frugality as an asset. However, it never feels like you’re watching a cheaply made movie, and Peele’s understanding of cinematic language makes it so memorable. We could argue at length about whether or not it deserved to end up in the Best Picture race—the first horror movie to do so since The Sixth Sense, though you could mount an argument that Black Swan was a horror flick—but that misses the point. The Oscars celebrate the best in film, and it was tough to find a better horror movie this year than Get Out.

 

Darkest Hour

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Look, I get why this movie was made, but in a year where Dunkirk was released, I’m amazed this got any attention outside of Gary Oldman’s brilliant lead performance. And let’s be honest, there’s no reason to see this outside of his brilliant turn as Winston Churchill, and do any of us really need to be reminded that Oldman is one of our greatest living actors? Sure, the kids these days mostly know him as Jim Gordon or Sirius Black, but those same kids aren’t going to sit through this flick. It’s fine. It’s a perfectly fine movie. But it’s not good. Just check out the lack of a Screenplay nomination amongst its six nominations and you’ll have some indication that maybe this isn’t the prestige movie they were hoping it would be.

 

Lady Bird

By now you’ve probably heard Greta Gerwig’s solo directorial debut being compared to past Best Picture nominees Juno and The Kids are All Right, but I think Lady Bird is superior to those films in nearly every way. Yes, it’s got a serious case of “white people problems,” but it’s never twee in the way those other two films are, particularly Juno. That movie was a bunch of cutesy horse hockey more concerned with hip lingo and a cool soundtrack than actually, you know, exploring any of its themes. Lady Bird is firmly focused on that awkward transition that occurs at the end of high school and it does so with a universality that it’s in short supply in this day and age. Usually coming of age stories get so bogged down in hitting the beats that nothing feels organic. Gerwig has gifted her brilliant cast with a beautifully written script that will resonate with nearly everyone who watches it.

 

Phantom Thread

Any movie geek worth his salt was primed for a reunion of There Will Be Blood‘s writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson and star Daniel Day-Lewis. It seems, on the surface anyway, like another stuffy period piece, but if you think P.T. Anderson’s about to direct a movie like that, you’re not adequately prepared for Phantom Thread. Of all of this year’s Best Picture nominees, this is the one I’ve been replaying the most in my head, trying to make sense of it all. There’s a fairy tale quality to this film and it borrows liberally from various Grimm tales. It’s also wickedly funny with a wit so dry it’s downright arid. It’s also, much like The Shape of Water, a gorgeous film to just spend time languishing in. Yes, it’s a film for film nerds, but it’s also a twisted look at the nature of codependency. Everyone went nuts for Beauty and the Beast early last year, but this is the much more satisfying adaptation of that classic story.

 

The Post

A.K.A. Explosion at the Wig Factory 2. A few months ago, this film seemed like it was going to sweep its way to Oscar glory and then it nabbed only two nominations, a surprising turn of events for a “prestige film” like this. The film’s biggest issue is that Steven Spielberg has a pretty definitive “IMPORTANT MOVIE” style of shooting films like this. Sometimes it works brilliantly—as it did with Schindler’s List and Munich—but more often than not, these films are crushed under the weight of being played as far more important than they actually are. It might be Spielberg’s most blatant awards grabbing film since Amistad. Ultimately, when you try to make everything seem “important,” nothing ends up being important. You can give Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep all the intense close-ups and furtive glances you want, but when the film around them feels rushed to meet an Oscars deadline, none of that matters.

 

Call Me By Your Name

The artiest of art house movies, this movie was basically made for people who pleasure themselves to New Yorker op-eds. At the same time, you’ve got to give a ton of credit any movie aimed at old fuddy duddies that features a jizz-filled peach as a plot point. Look, if you like beautiful people gazing longingly at one another in one of the most beautiful parts of the world, you could do a lot worse, but my biggest issue with this film is its refusal to give its characters anything resembling motivation. Everyone acts purely out of instinct, with no reason given for why young Elio (Timothée Chalamet) would fall for American hunk Oliver (Armie Hammer) and vice versa. Add in the—admittedly brilliantly delivered—monologue at the end from Michael Stuhlbarg, and I’m left wondering why the hell any of these people did what they did. If the perfect Sunday to you sounds like watching a movie like that while feathering your sack and drinking earl grey tea, by all means, have at it. I’ll be on the other side of the room watching something I like better.

 

 

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

One of the most interesting things that happens in film is when a foreign-born director makes a distinctly “American” film. We often lose sight of what others think of America, and Irish playwright and director Martin McDonagh’s view of America is both depressingly bleak and eternally optimistic. McDonagh’s third feature film is also his best—no small feat considering his other films are In Bruges and the hugely underrated Seven Psychopaths—thanks to his ability to weave a tale about death, tragedy, and learning to live with those around you, whether you like them or not.. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a wonderfully dark and scathingly funny film. The kind of movie where you catch yourself laughing out loud at things you shouldn’t be laughing about in public. It gives us the chance to see its characters as three-dimensional, full of flaws, yet doing their best to make their way in this world. It’s a film about learning that the dead have moved on, and we have to at some point as well. It may not be the movie we want right now, but it is absolutely the movie we deserve.

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OPEN POST: Movie Therapy for the 2017 Best Picture Nominees

The Oscars are nearly here, and cinephiles everywhere are trying to see all nine Best Picture nominees before next Sunday’s ceremony. Having now seen all nine films, I’m here to offer you some movie therapy for them. If you’re not familiar with the concept of movie therapy, you can catch up on it with our columns on The Last Jedi, Rogue One, Blade Runner 2049, Alien: Covenant, and Batman v Superman.

Warning, spoilers ahead for all nine of these films, so if you haven’t seen them yet, proceed with caution…

Dunkirk

Christopher Nolan’s boldest, most experimental, and shortest work since his first two features (Following & Memento), Dunkirk is an absolutely devastating film that will be virtually impossible for me to revisit. Imagine the first twenty-five minutes of Saving Private Ryan stretched to feature length and directed by Terrence Malick instead of Steven Spielberg and you’ll have some semblance of what to expect from Dunkirk. The film is an assault on the senses and if you were lucky enough to see it in IMAX, I think you technically qualify for military decoration of some sort. It’s more an experience than a film, honestly, but Nolan has always been a master of pushing the form in new directions. It’s an amazing film, worthy of all the praise and nominations it received, just don’t be surprised if it leaves you more than a little shell shocked.

 

The Shape of Water

In a year where other Best Picture nominees feature poison mushrooms, jizz-filled peaches, and mind control, Guillermo Del Toro’s latest monster movie manages to be the weirdest BP nominee since Black Swan. I think that the biggest problem with The Shape of Water is that most people will take one look at the concept and say, “Not for me.” What makes the film such a triumph, however, is that it explores sexuality in all its many forms, and how hard it was to be someone living in post WWII America with any sort of kinks that society at large might deem deviant. Yes, it’s a movie about a mute woman falling in love with an anthropomorphic lizard man, but it’s also one of the most tender and beautiful examinations of societal outcasts you’ll ever see. From Sally Hawkins brilliant leading performance to her note perfect co-stars Richard Jenkins, Michael Shannon, Octavia Spencer, Doug Jones, and Michael Stuhlbarg, Del Toro has crafted a love story unlike any other.

 

Get Out

Easily the most surprising Best Picture nominee of the year, Jordan Peele’s directorial debut is a taut, suspenseful, funny, and very pointed satire of the state of race relations in America. Yes, we live in a time where you could make a comparison between this film and an episode of Black Mirror, but what makes Get Out so much fun to watch is how it subverts the horror formula. What makes the film such an anomaly is that it was made under the umbrella of cheapie-horror studio Blumhouse, a production company that has always flaunted its frugality as an asset. However, it never feels like you’re watching a cheaply made movie, and Peele’s understanding of cinematic language makes it so memorable. We could argue at length about whether or not it deserved to end up in the Best Picture race—the first horror movie to do so since The Sixth Sense, though you could mount an argument that Black Swan was a horror flick—but that misses the point. The Oscars celebrate the best in film, and it was tough to find a better horror movie this year than Get Out.

 

Darkest Hour

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Look, I get why this movie was made, but in a year where Dunkirk was released, I’m amazed this got any attention outside of Gary Oldman’s brilliant lead performance. And let’s be honest, there’s no reason to see this outside of his brilliant turn as Winston Churchill, and do any of us really need to be reminded that Oldman is one of our greatest living actors? Sure, the kids these days mostly know him as Jim Gordon or Sirius Black, but those same kids aren’t going to sit through this flick. It’s fine. It’s a perfectly fine movie. But it’s not good. Just check out the lack of a Screenplay nomination amongst its six nominations and you’ll have some indication that maybe this isn’t the prestige movie they were hoping it would be.

 

Lady Bird

By now you’ve probably heard Greta Gerwig’s solo directorial debut being compared to past Best Picture nominees Juno and The Kids are All Right, but I think Lady Bird is superior to those films in nearly every way. Yes, it’s got a serious case of “white people problems,” but it’s never twee in the way those other two films are, particularly Juno. That movie was a bunch of cutesy horse hockey more concerned with hip lingo and a cool soundtrack than actually, you know, exploring any of its themes. Lady Bird is firmly focused on that awkward transition that occurs at the end of high school and it does so with a universality that it’s in short supply in this day and age. Usually coming of age stories get so bogged down in hitting the beats that nothing feels organic. Gerwig has gifted her brilliant cast with a beautifully written script that will resonate with nearly everyone who watches it.

 

Phantom Thread

Any movie geek worth his salt was primed for a reunion of There Will Be Blood‘s writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson and star Daniel Day-Lewis. It seems, on the surface anyway, like another stuffy period piece, but if you think P.T. Anderson’s about to direct a movie like that, you’re not adequately prepared for Phantom Thread. Of all of this year’s Best Picture nominees, this is the one I’ve been replaying the most in my head, trying to make sense of it all. There’s a fairy tale quality to this film and it borrows liberally from various Grimm tales. It’s also wickedly funny with a wit so dry it’s downright arid. It’s also, much like The Shape of Water, a gorgeous film to just spend time languishing in. Yes, it’s a film for film nerds, but it’s also a twisted look at the nature of codependency. Everyone went nuts for Beauty and the Beast early last year, but this is the much more satisfying adaptation of that classic story.

 

The Post

A.K.A. Explosion at the Wig Factory 2. A few months ago, this film seemed like it was going to sweep its way to Oscar glory and then it nabbed only two nominations, a surprising turn of events for a “prestige film” like this. The film’s biggest issue is that Steven Spielberg has a pretty definitive “IMPORTANT MOVIE” style of shooting films like this. Sometimes it works brilliantly—as it did with Schindler’s List and Munich—but more often than not, these films are crushed under the weight of being played as far more important than they actually are. It might be Spielberg’s most blatant awards grabbing film since Amistad. Ultimately, when you try to make everything seem “important,” nothing ends up being important. You can give Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep all the intense close-ups and furtive glances you want, but when the film around them feels rushed to meet an Oscars deadline, none of that matters.

 

Call Me By Your Name

The artiest of art house movies, this movie was basically made for people who pleasure themselves to New Yorker op-eds. At the same time, you’ve got to give a ton of credit any movie aimed at old fuddy duddies that features a jizz-filled peach as a plot point. Look, if you like beautiful people gazing longingly at one another in one of the most beautiful parts of the world, you could do a lot worse, but my biggest issue with this film is its refusal to give its characters anything resembling motivation. Everyone acts purely out of instinct, with no reason given for why young Elio (Timothée Chalamet) would fall for American hunk Oliver (Armie Hammer) and vice versa. Add in the—admittedly brilliantly delivered—monologue at the end from Michael Stuhlbarg, and I’m left wondering why the hell any of these people did what they did. If the perfect Sunday to you sounds like watching a movie like that while feathering your sack and drinking earl grey tea, by all means, have at it. I’ll be on the other side of the room watching something I like better.

 

 

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

One of the most interesting things that happens in film is when a foreign-born director makes a distinctly “American” film. We often lose sight of what others think of America, and Irish playwright and director Martin McDonagh’s view of America is both depressingly bleak and eternally optimistic. McDonagh’s third feature film is also his best—no small feat considering his other films are In Bruges and the hugely underrated Seven Psychopaths—thanks to his ability to weave a tale about death, tragedy, and learning to live with those around you, whether you like them or not.. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a wonderfully dark and scathingly funny film. The kind of movie where you catch yourself laughing out loud at things you shouldn’t be laughing about in public. It gives us the chance to see its characters as three-dimensional, full of flaws, yet doing their best to make their way in this world. It’s a film about learning that the dead have moved on, and we have to at some point as well. It may not be the movie we want right now, but it is absolutely the movie we deserve.

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Catelynn Lowell Update: How is She Doing in Rehab?

Catelynn Lowell has been back in rehab for about a month now -- and good for her, right?

If you've been keeping up with this whole sad story, you know that she's currently on her second rehab stay in the past three months, and her third in the past two years.

Catelynn Lowell with Pink Hair

The first time she went to a treatment center, back in 2016, the issue was a pretty severe case of postpartum depression she'd been dealing with since giving birth to her daughter a year before.

The second time was in November, when she checked into the same treatment center after admitting that she'd been struggling with some suicidal thoughts.

She did check out early that time because she reportedly felt guilty at the prospect of being away from her little girl for the holidays.

But thankfully, she quickly realized that her mental health was more important than Christmas, and also that she simply wasn't ready to be home yet.

So she went back, completed her six weeks of treatment, then went back home.

Cate Lowell Picture

Then just a few weeks later, Catelynn made the tough decision to go back again for another six weeks, this time to work through some of her childhood trauma.

She also said she needed to get some issues with her medications sorted out.

Unlike last time, she's been silent on social media, which is definitely for the best.

During her last stay, she was on Twitter a bit, even taking the time to make fun of Farrah Abraham, which didn't seem like the best way for her to spend her time there.

While it's good that she's focusing so hard on her issues, we'd be lying if we said we weren't wondering about how she's been doing.

Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra Snuggles

But don't worry -- Tyler's got us covered!

Last weekend, Tyler said that he and Nova would be away all week at Catelynn's facility, doing family therapy together -- or at least he would be involved with the therapy, it wasn't clear what exactly Nova would be getting into.

He predicted that it would be a tough week for everyone, and it's easy to understand why.

But no matter how tough things were, Tyler's love for Catelynn is just as strong as ever.

In one of his customary sappy, sweet Instagram posts, he shared this adorable photo of himself with Cate, and in the caption, he wrote that "Seeing this gorgeous woman & all the work she has done has given me such hope, a feeling of peace, and unconditional love that is hard to explain with words."

Tyler and Catelynn Post-Therapy

"It was a very emotionally intense Family Week Program, but I know that our love & commitment towards each other will persevere through anything this life throws our way."

"I'm so proud of you Babe," he added, "and I can't wait until you finally come home so I can just hug you & hold you for as long as I want."

"You are worthy...You are strong...You are beautiful...You are loved! Thank you for not giving up on your life."

He also threw in hashtags like "my babe," "my wife," and "soulmate," just in case your heart wasn't touched enough already.

A little while later, Tyler shared a couple more photos, this time explaining that "Marriage & relationships aren't always sunshine & rainbows."

Catelynn and Tyler Make Faces

"I believe love begins as a feeling, but evolves into a choice. A choice to sacrifice for that person, a choice of dedicated commitment to one another & understanding the selfless acts that are required from both to maintain serenity."

How darling is that?

Cate shared one of the photos too, and she captioned hers "SO HAPPY I got to see you today!!! Until next time my love!"

It's not much to go on, but she does sound happy, and in the photos she actually looks pretty radiant.

Here's hoping that she's getting the help she needs, and that soon she'll be able to go home, happier and healthier than ever!

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Who’s Hotter: Scarlet Rose or Sophia Rose Stallone?

The scenario of a possible love triangle only gets better when you become aware that a smoking hot lady has an equally attractive sister. But situations like those are arguable and up for debate when the siblings share almost all of the same features. So here I am again stuck, unsure which of the Stallone sisters just happens to be hotter. In one corner you have Scarlet Rose Stallone who just happens to have one of the most perfect faces that a young woman could ever own. Then in the other corner, there’s Sophia Rose Stallone who looks like the same angel with the soothing face that escorts individuals on their way to heaven. A person needing to pick between the two should be banned because it’s leaving an equally hot lady feeling left out.

I’m really having a hard time deciding. The two practically look identical when sitting next to each other. Both have perfect smiles and look like they belong on the cover of a fancy magazine. I’m going to have to use the fairest method available in this situation and that’s a game of eeny, meeny, miny, moe until there’s only one chosen as the hotter sister.

Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News 

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Jinger Duggar at 18 Weeks: Check Out My "Bell Pepper!"

Jinger Duggar is nearly halfway home, folks.

Or, to be more specific, Jinger Duggar's impending bundle of joy is nearly halfway home.

Jinger Duggar at 18 Weeks

The young reality star has updated fans on the status of her pregnancy, sharing a new photo on Instagram on Saturday that depicts her standing alongside a chalkboard.

We can see a baby bump just starting to form underneath her black shirt, while we can also be treated to a science lesson from Jinger at the same time.

"Update on Baby Vuolo," she wrote as a simple caption to the snapshot above, which includes a message of its own.

At 18 weeks, Jinger informs us, a baby is the size of a bell pepper.

Sort of interesting, right?

(And, no, for the medical record, it does not matter if said pepper is red, green or yellow.)

This is the first baby bump glimpse Jinger has given us since her fetus turned 15 weeks old, as you can see below:

Jinger Duggar Baby Bump

Jinger and husband Jeremy Vuolo announced they were expecting in early January.

They did so via a very cute snapshot of the couple and a sign that said, appropriately, "We're expecting."

In a follow-up statement to Us Weekly, the twosome - who got married in late 2016 - told the tabloid:

“The past 14 months have been the best of our lives as we have had the wonderful privilege of beginning our journey through life together in marriage.

"We both looked forward to the joys of marriage but neither one of us fully understood just how amazing the start of this journey would be."

Having barely even held hands prior to exchanging vows, Jinger and Jeremy eventually had the sort of sex that leads to a baby.

"Truly, the Lord’s mercies are new every morning! Now, the journey has taken an exciting turn: We are expecting our first child!" they added in this statement, concluding at the time:

"We are praising God for this beautiful gift and ask that you join us in praying for a safe and healthy pregnancy."

Jinger Duggar Is Pregnant!

For the Duggar family, of course, waiting over a year after marriage to get pregnant is equivalent to a lifetime.

(By comparison, for example, Joy-Anna Duggar got pregnant just three months after getting hitched.)

As a result, some judgemental social media trolls have been shaming Jinger over her pregnancy, much to the chagrin of viewers who have followed this TLC personality since she was a young teenager.

Thankfully, in response to this new snapshot, almost all comments have been positive and supportive.

Jinger and Jeremy Image

“You’re carrying high @jingervuolo! I bet it’s a girl!” predicted one excited follower.

Added another: "Omg you got a belly as if you were having a girl."

Interesting, huh?

Jinger is yet to confirm the gender of her baby. We're guessing she doesn't even know what it is herself.

But we'll all find out in about 22 weeks!

Exciting stuff.

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Meet Anella The Polish Barbie

Anella is probably an import from Poland that I would prefer over vodka if given the task of choosing between the two. While both are shapely and nice to look at I wouldn’t mind having an addiction to Anella. I wouldn’t even need to go to rehab over her because she’s someone I would never want to quit. I find it commendable that she has chosen Barbie as an inspiration to model her body after. It shows that she’s a woman who knows what she wants and gets it done. I may not have been big on dolls growing up but if she ever invited me over to play I wouldn’t refuse. She’s perfectly proportioned for a life-sized version of a little girl’s favorite toy that has come to life.

I still can’t figure out how Anella was able to get her appearance so close to a Barbie figurine but it beats her trying to look like a Bratz doll. I wouldn’t mind sneaking in a selfie or two with her just to make all of my comrades jealous. She would easily be the talk of my town. We would look absolutely stunning together painting the place red.

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Charlie Riina Sexy (28 Photos)

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Playboy Playmate Charlie Riina, 33, shows off her body as she hits the beach In Malibu while doing a photoshoot for 138 Water with Lee Lhgfx, 10/09/2017.

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Molly Eskam The Fappening Leaked (24 Photos)

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