Fiji Water is now countersuing the Fiji Water woman

Let the lawsuits flow, like a gushing natural spring refusing to be bottled. That’s right, Fiji Water is countersuing the Fiji Water woman. 
The virally famous Fiji Water woman, whose real name is Kelly Steinbach, gushed into the spotlight at the 2019 Golden Globes for her uncanny ability to photobomb celebs. But things took a turn for the weird when we learned she was suing Fiji Water. Well, it turns out the purveyor of overpriced H2O can dish it out, too.
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According to the lawsuit, which BuzzFeed News…

Fiji Water is now countersuing the Fiji Water woman

‘Doctor Who’ pulls a ‘Game of Thrones’, makes fans wait for the next season

No, Doctor Who is not going to suddenly start killing everybody off (at least that we know of)
But it does look like the show is going to pull a Game of Thrones of sorts in terms of how long it will be between seasons. 
The 11th season of the legendary sci-fi show ended on Sunday, but we won’t see get to see much of The Doctor next year. 
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BBC just announced that Season 12 of Doctor Who won’t be ready until 2020. This means that apart from a New Year’s special…

‘Doctor Who’ pulls a ‘Game of Thrones’, makes fans wait for the next season

White Supremacists tricked Brett Favre and Soulja Boy into promoting anti-Semitism via app

This, depressingly, is just so very 2018.
Brett Favre and Soulja Boy are doing some serious backtracking, after a report from BuzzFeed News revealed that the two had been tricked into making anti-Semitic statements via an app. And yes, the two celebs were paid for their misguided efforts. 
The app, Cameo, seems pretty harmless on its face. It connects Average Joes with celebrities, and allows the former to pay the latter to make some kind of statement. Cameo calls them “personalized video shoutouts.”
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You can probably see already where this is going.  Read more…More about Soulja Boy, White…

White Supremacists tricked Brett Favre and Soulja Boy into promoting anti-Semitism via app

‘Mrs Doubtfire’ cast reunites after 25 years, remembers Robin Williams

It’s been 25 years since the legendary Robin Williams posed as a rock-n-rollin’ nanny, and his fellow cast members have reunited with fond memories of the late great comedian.
Classic family film Mrs Doubtfire was released in 1993, starring Williams and Oscar winner Sally Field. And the actors who played the Hillard children — Lisa Jakub as Lydia, Matthew Lawrence as Chris, and itty bitty Mara Wilson as Natalie, are all grown up.
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Reuniting to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the film (sadly not in the house), the three joined co-star…

‘Mrs Doubtfire’ cast reunites after 25 years, remembers Robin Williams

Stephen King is really going after Ted Cruz on Twitter

Judging by Stephen King’s Twitter feed, there’s only one politician the horror master dislikes almost as much as Donald Trump, and that’s Ted Cruz.
King has been tweeting about Cruz for years now, but over the past six months — with the mid-terms approaching — he’s really been ramping things up.
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Here are some recent examples.

Hello, Texas! I suppose you are going to elect Ted Cruz again, but admit it: he’s kinda creepy, ain’t he?
— Stephen King (@StephenKing) April 7, 2018

Hey, Texas—Do I really have to look at Ted Cruz for another…

Stephen King is really going after Ted Cruz on Twitter

Tiffany Haddish and Jimmy Fallon throw down ’90s bangers in a Lip Sync Battle

Ready for the fastest feet you’ve seen today?
For the latest instalment of his wildly popular “Lip Sync Battle” segment, Fallon invited Saturday Night Live favourite Tiffany Haddish into the arena.
Both kicked off with some solid ’90s nostalgia. Fallon shimmied through Deee-Lite’s 1990 banger “Groove Is in the Heart,” but Haddish absolutely nailed the Lady of Rage’s 1994 track “Afro Puffs.” 
The late show host picked Post Malone’s “Psycho,” which seemed to slow the pace, but Fallon picked it up with a few of the rapper’s signature face tattoos. But Haddish went old school for James Brown’s “Get Up (I Feel Like Being…

Tiffany Haddish and Jimmy Fallon throw down ’90s bangers in a Lip Sync Battle