Styles was performing during the annual We Can Survive concert hen he was grabbed by an over-eager fan as he encouraged the crowd to scream as he fell to his knees in celebration. "You can tell it freaked him out a little because as he continued performing, he avoided the section that fan was standing in", a source told Yahoo U.K .
Love is in the air for John Stamos , who is officially saying goodbye to the single life . The film concluded with Sebastian from " The Little Mermaid " encouraging John to "Just ask the girl". This very public engagement announcement is no small thing, as the two are notoriously private about their almost two-year relationship. The Scream Queens actor was previously in a relationship with model-actress Rebecca Romijn .
Reviews for Thor: Ragnarok came out this week, and it's now at 98% on Rotten Tomatoes . The Thor franchise has never been known for breaking new ground, but critics have been praising Thor : Ragnarok for its colorful aesthetic and inventive humor.
Love Island stars Kem Cetinay, Amber Davies and Marcel Somerville helped the 36-year-old television personality after she fell through the stage in front of a huge crowd. Madonna stacks it I stack it guys I am ok and the show must go on ✌✌ it's gone VIRAL #teenawards [sic]'. "It's just one of these moments I don't think I'll ever live down".
Swift teased the visuals in three almost identical clips posted to Instagram on Monday. "Ready for It?" The video for the song, which is her second single from her album Reputation , is slated for release on the night of Thursday, Oct. Taylor has been throwing "secret sessions" at her homes in London, New York, and Watch Hill, Rhode Island, to promote the album. And if we know anything about Swift and her tendency to drop hints in music videos, she's most likely naked for a good reason.
The Times reports that 21st Century Fox bigwigs Rupert Murdoch and his sons, Lachlan and James , the top executives at 21st Century Fox , made a business decision to keep O'Reilly despite the harassment charges by Wiehl. In its first article about Mr. O'Reilly on April 1, The New York Times printed inaccurate settlement figures while fully understanding that O'Reilly and his counsel are legally bound by confidentiality and can not set the record straight.