'Life of Kylie' is a ratings mess, and Kylie Jenner is placing all of the blame on her mom Kris. Also, Zendaya gets hot and sexy in Bruno Mars' latest music video. Plus, Selena Gomez and The Weeknd have a hilarious time in Los Angeles. Catch up what you missed with our Moments of the Week!
Photos of a father walking his son to school 12 years apart are touching hearts on Twitter. Charles Brockman III shared the pictures of his dad walking him to school on the first day of kindergarten and the day he moved into his college dorm at Mississippi State. Brockman III thought it would be something sweet to share with friends and family, but the post has been seen well beyond their social circle. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano (https://twitter.com/MaraMontalbano) has more.
As the wife of the future King of England, Kate Middleton was bound to draw comparisons between herself and Princess Diana. Take a look back at the times Kate paid style tribute to her late mother-in-law.
Fifth Harmony is officially done with all the Camila Cabello questions, and they're letting us know it. Also, Kylie Jenner is done with wearing wigs. But wait...is Perrie Edwards done with Little Mix? Find out in the Hollyscoop Daily Rewind!
No one would have thought that Chrissy Teigen, who is always so quick and confident when dealing with her online haters, could be so insecure at times with her body issues. The model and Lip Sync Battle co-star shared her social media insecurities at BeautyCon. How does this make you feel about Chrissy? Let us know in the comments below.
Fifth Harmony is making one major thing known… STOP Asking them about Camila Cabello! They’re over it and so should we be. The girls get heated in their latest interview and it’s incredibly awkward. But can you understand why they're over it? Or should THEY understand that this is a question they'll get for as long as they're together? Let us know in the comments section below.
It’s been well over a year but the pain is still evident in Oklahoma City. A schoolteacher in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was simply trying to discourage students from cheating on tests and plagiarizing, so a picture of Michael Jordan and Kevin Durant was passed out to all students with a message.