EXCLUSIVE! Ellen DeGeneres’ Daytime Show Nearing Its End – & Possible Replacements Are Already In Talks! – Perez Hilton

Ellen DeGeneres‘ daytime reign is coming to an end! While it’s been reported the comedienne has been signaling to network and production execs that she’s getting ready to move, our sources are EXCLUSIVELY telling us that it’ll be very soon! Next season — or the one after — may just be the last of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, which has been on the air since 2003! Video: Watch Ellen Prank Chris Hemsworth With The Only Animal He’s Afraid Of! Thankfully, that gives fans of the 61-year-old’s just enough time to cope, though it really shouldn’t come as a surprise as the star has been talking about wanting to retire lately. So, who could be star enough to fill her shoes?? …

The Weather Channel Flooded Charleston to Make You Give a Damn

Not enough people care enough about climate change. It's too remote, too removed from everyday life. Even those who acknowledge its enormity often don’t see what it has to do with them personally. So maybe this will finally break through: The Weather Channel’s immersive climate change experience, which puts you deep inside an inexorably changed world. The latest in a series of roughly two-minute mixed-reality segments that place meteorologists inside extreme weather events—you may remember this gripping look at storm surges from last fall—debuted Tuesday morning. While climate change peppers the channel's regular coverate, this is its most directly direct examination yet of its potential impact. And by far its most tangible. The report starts by placing meteorologist Jen Carfagno …

Ocasio-Cortez coal-mine visit requires an apology to Crenshaw first, Ky. lawmaker says

Barr’s demand stems from comments that Ocasio-Cortez recently directed at U.S. Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, over his response to domestic terrorism. OCASIO-CORTEZ ‘HAPPY’ TO VISIT KENTUCKY COAL MINE, AFTER GOP REP’S OFFER TO ‘GO UNDERGROUND’ “I urge you to apologize to our colleague prior to coming to visit Kentucky,” Barr said in the letter, describing Ocasio-Cortez’s’ remarks as an example of a “lack of civility that is becoming far too common in the U.S. House of Representatives.” Ocasio-Cortez stepped in the middle of the feud to defend Omar and called out Crenshaw for not co-sponsoring a measure to aid 9/11 victims and their families.

Stephen Colbert and Oscar the Grouch’s new duet reminds us that things aren’t so bad, after all.

You don’t need anyone to tell you that things…are not at their most optimal right now. And if that’s got you down, you’re not alone. Stephen Colbert is also feeling the crushing weight of the news cycle on his shoulders. That’s why he decided to take a walk around the block (recommended!) to feel a little bit better about the fact that we may all end up living in trash cans one day. But wait: What’s so bad about living in a trash can? That’s the question that Oscar the Grouch has when Colbert encounters him on his walk. And that’s all the lead-in you need for this adorable duet about how things will (probably, hopefully) get better. Hope it …

People Are Laughing At Hilariously Savage Obituary Of Iowa Man Written By His Relatives

A friend wrote in Tim’s obituary’s guestbook that he “was a great friend and a living hero. We know Tim is going to go through the great tribulation and make it to the other side. Because God needs good people like Tim. He will be missed, but never forgotten.” Another one shared that “pretty much all the mischief that I was involved in as a kid can be traced back to Tim Schrandt. Tim was larger than life. He lived life on his terms. You either jumped on for the ride or he run you over. He was one of those people that you rarely meet in life but also will never forget.”  It’s clear that what Tim had was …

State Department Identifies And Bans 16 People With ‘Roles’ In Khashoggi Killing

Jamal Khashoggi,” the Saudi journalist who was killed in Turkey in October.  said in a Monday statement. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who reportedly ordered the journalist’s assassination, was not among those named. AP noted, the list did include people with close ties to the crown prince, including his former aide Said al-Qahtani and Maher Mutreb, who’d been part of the royal’s entourage during foreign trips. President Donald Trump has come under scrutiny for refusing to blame Crown Prince Mohammed for Khashoggi’s killing — despite U.S. intelligence agencies’  Last month, it emerged that the Trump administration ― which is seeking a secretly granted approval to several companies to share certain nuclear power technology with the country. “I think it’s …

The Texas Bluebonnet Challenge Is Going Viral And Here Are The 30 Best Photos From Police Officers So Far

#BackTheBlueBonnet, a social media challenge that invites people to post pictures of themselves laying in fields of the flower that has been a symbol of the state for a very long time now. #1 The law enforcement community is sharing playful pictures of officers in a huge variety of poses. Some are meditating, others are reading books, enjoying a donut, and even going for a walk with their K9 partners, but whether or not the cops are striking silly positions, all of them seem to be enjoying the beautiful blooms. #3 Just like the folks at the Commerce ISD Police Department, Archer City PD found out about the challenge on the Internet. “Previous dance or lip sync challenges required taken …

Officers respond to a burglary call with their guns drawn only to find a trapped Roomba

(CNN)Sometimes things aren’t always what they seem. Take the case of a “burglary in progress” call in Oregon. So with guns drawn, deputies opened the door, ready to pounce. Instead they were met by a Roomba, a robotic vacuum cleaner, that appeared to be trapped inside. “We breached the bathroom door and encountered a very thorough vacuuming job,” sheriff’s deputy Brian Rogers said in a Facebook post Tuesday. The case is now closed — but not before the sheriff’s office shared a “captured” photo of the culprit. Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific

The Unrealistic Things Celebrities Do To Get Fit Betches

As a Pilates Instructor in NYC, a lot of my clients come to me with requests for a Beyoncé butt or Carrie Underwood’s arms. And that’s great—there will always be workouts to pump up your peach and tone your triceps. But it’s also not so great when you start to compare yourself to celebrities who have pretty much unlimited resources at their beck and call to get super fit. If you’ve ever been frustrated while scrolling through Instagram wondering why, despite your best efforts, you don’t have the body of your favorite girl crush, let me break down all the crazy things that give celebs the upper hand. If you’re trying to lose weight or improve your physical fitness, you should …

The UK’s most-streamed songs may surprise you

Skip Youtube post by fosterthepeopleVEVO Warning: Third party content may contain adverts Report The data highlighted how songs like Pumped Up Kicks can grow in stature after their release. AC/DC’s Thunderstruck and Miley Cyrus’s Party In The USA top the streaming charts for 1990 and 2009 respectively, even though they didn’t trouble the top 20 at the time. “It’s a process of songs gathering momentum as time goes on,” said Rob Crutchley of the BPI, who compiled the figures. “A few of those tracks have featured in TV programmes and films, which helps push them over the edge in terms of gaining even more mass popularity, as new audiences become exposed to them.” Queen were notable beneficiaries of this boost …

Speech Coach Has A Theory On Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes And Her Deep Voice

Theranos CEO Holmes, a one-time business wunderkind whose blood-testing company is now defunct, awaits  Swho teaches women to speak deeper, thinks Holmes purposely speaks with a lower voice in a bid to earn the respect of her male counterparts. “She decided that that was one way she would try to fit in with her peers, to try to speak closer to a male pitch range,” Foh told The issue with a higher voice, according to businesswoman Vanessa In the video above, Foh offers a few tips to Bombardieri to help her emulate Holmes’ voice. “We’ll work on opening the throat, opening the upper part of the torso,” Foh said, before suggesting her client also expand her rib cage when she speaks. …

Amber Heard Details MONTHS Of Alleged Physical Abuse By Johnny Depp In New Legal Filing – Perez Hilton

The legal battle between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard rages on. Amber has finally hit back against her ex’s huge defamation suit — and hit back hard with brand new allegations of violence and drug and alcohol abuse. Before we get into the Aquaman star’s harrowing personal account, a brief catch-up… History The couple were married just over a year until they filed for divorce in summer 2016, after which the he said/she said began immediately. Amber first claimed her then-husband hit her in the face with a iPhone, even at the time releasing a photo of her injuries. (c) Amber Heard After a hefty $7 million divorce settlement, it seemed there was a legal ceasefire between the two. Amber agreed to dismiss …

U.S. Wants 2 Years To Find Thousands Of Migrant Children Separated From Parents

Trump administration seeks up to two years to track tens of thousands of additional immigrant children who may have been separated from their parents under President zero-tolerance” policy. court filing on Friday in San Diego. possibly up to 24 months,” according to the filing. Records would be assessed using data analysis, statistics and a manual review of whatever records exist. Government officials propose releasing any information as it’s obtained to the American Civil Liberties Union, which The organization blasted the government’s timeline. Last month, U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw in California issued a 14-page ruling since July 2017 — long before the zero-tolerance policy was announced. It’s estimated that close to distant relatives, family friends and others, according to ABC News.

Pro-EU parties to use European elections as ‘soft referendum’

Lib Dems, Greens and TIG will not form pacts as they look for surge in support for remain Pro-EU parties, including the Liberal Democrats, the Greens and the Independent Group, will not form pacts or alliances at the forthcoming EU elections, hoping to use the poll as a soft referendum to show a surge in support for remain. If no Brexit deal is passed by parliament, the UK will be required to hold the poll on 23 May. The Lib Dems, the mainstream party hoping to capitalise most on anti-Brexit discontent, has almost finalised its manifesto and plans a huge operation of ground campaigning targeting remain voters. We want to use the momentum from the locals, which very few other …

Chris Pratt & Katherine Schwarzenegger Are Planning A TINY Wedding! New Details! – Perez Hilton

We hope no one was expecting a huge, star-studded ceremony featuring the Avengers and the Guardians Of The Galaxy on one side of the aisle, and the Terminator and the Kennedys on the other. It sounds like Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger are content to keep their wedding quite small. A source told People the couple are in total agreement about their ceremony: “Chris and Katherine’s wedding will be a very intimate affair with just their closest loved ones.” Of course, speaking of celebrities, even just family would make the event a paparazzo’s payday. Katherine is the daughter of action icon Arnold Schwarzenegger and news anchor Maria Shriver, while Chris’ ex-wife is Mom star Anna Faris. But they’re hoping to keep the media to a minimum. The source …

In an Ex-Googler’s Novel, Silicon Valley Runs on Male Ego

The Big Disruption, a satirical novel written by Jessica Powell, Google’s former head of communications, is set inside the lush and bountiful Silicon Valley headquarters of Anahata, a massive, 10-year-old tech giant in love with its own mythology about open-door board meetings and profound yet “napkin-able” ideas. Visionary CEO Bobby Bonilo deploys the company’s vast resources and intellectual firepower mainly to play catch-up with Galt, the hottest startup in the Valley, famous for creating apps and tools capable of “reducing all thought and opinion to easily shareable, bite-sized chunks.” The parallel to Powell’s real life is obvious. Anahata began as a search engine that couldn’t seem to get social networking right. The company takes a literal shot at the moon. …