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There’s a classic caption in the Robert Evans autobiography, The Kid Stays in the Picture. The photo shows producer Evans dancing with his then-wife Ali MacGraw, who at the time was involved in an on-set romance with Steve McQueen. “Was she madly in love? You bet!” Evans notes next to the shot. “But not with me. Did I know it? Would you?”
MacGraw would leave Evans for McQueen, but MacGraw and McQueen wouldn’t be on-screen together again; their chemistry in Sam Peckinpah’s The Getaway is what you’d call definite, but it takes a bit of a backseat to all the other heist ugliness and betrayal and shooting the 1972 picture highlights. When a real-life couple teams up on-screen—as Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone do in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, opening this weekend—the results can vary wildly—the dynamic in the resulting performances can sometimes sell an absolutely implausible scenario (see Gary Cooper and Patricia Neal) or make a silly film look even sillier (see, or don’t see, Affleck and Lopez). And there are all kinds of stops in between, as we’re about to learn.
Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward
When they met on the set of The Long, Hot Summer, Newman was widely renowned as the most physically beautiful man in Hollywood. While Joanne Woodward was no slouch in the looks department either, she was known more as a virtuoso actor (she had recently turned heads with a multiple-personality portrayal in The Three Faces of Eve). They clicked big time in this Faulkner pastiche, and Newman left his wife of nine years (with whom he’d had three kids) and married Woodward, in 1958. They remained one of Hollywood’s most revered couples until his death, in 2008.
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart
Stewart was a seasoned young actor, but not a star when she was cast as Bella Swan in the multi-film Twilight saga; Pattinson, her, and our, Edward, had been part of the Harry Potter ensemble, which employed, it seemed, every actor in Britain under 20 and above 50. Their smoldering and/or surly expressiveness enchanted the chaste-teenage-vampire core demo, and endless were the rumors that they were real-life romancing (unchastely) offscreen. The awkward public acknowledgement of that came after Stewart was revealed to have dallied with her Snow White and the Huntsman director, Rupert Sanders, widely derided as the dawg in this quadrangle (Sanders was married at the time). It’s all over for them now, but they may meet again at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, where they are both starring in what they call auteur-driven pictures: David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars for Pattinson, and Olivier Assayas’s Clouds of Sils Maria for Stewart.
Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez
What’s your favorite Affleck-J.Lo on-screen pairing? The Martin Brest-directed bomb, Gigli, in which Affleck and Lopez play competing mob goons charged with kidnapping a mentally disabled young man? Or the “Jenny from the Block” video, in which a terry cloth robed Affleck buttresses the patriarchy by slapping the singer on the derriere? Both media commodities have mentioned the associated parties with some degree of mortification in the ensuing years. Not enough mortification, we humbly suggest.
Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger
Pretty people doing ugly things: that’s, alas, the experience of watching the leaden Neil Simon-penned 1991 The Marrying Man. Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger met on the set of the picture, and while the chemistry they display isn’t exactly light—they come off like an aspiring power-couple throughout—it’s evident. The two married in 1993, had a tempestuous (to say the least) marriage, and divorced, in 2002, with a daughter and one other bad movie (a very ill-advised remake of the Ali MacGraw-Steve McQueen classic, The Getaway) to their credit.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
The making of the hypertrophied 2005 action-comedy Mr. & Mrs. Smith was epic in many respects, not least on account of director Doug Liman’s multi-take meticulousness. The long shoot created a lot of are-they-or-aren’t-they speculation concerning über-hot stars Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. As we now all know, they were. Now they are married, have a squadron of children that seems to rival that of the Duggars’, and are our last best hope for saving the world. Their union also eventually produced, indirectly, one of the greatest celebrity quotes ever—Jennifer Aniston’s pronouncement: “What Angelina did was very uncool.”
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Franz Ferdinand served as the musical guest on last night’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live. Late night watchers were treated to a live rendition “Bullet” from last year’s LP, Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action.
The band is about to set out on a lengthy summer through through Europe, featuring appearances at Spain’s Billbao BBQ Live, Scotland’s T in the Park, and Belgium’s Rock Werchter. Click here to see the full tour docket.
Gwen Stefani at Jesun Acupuncture Clinic in Koreatown
Kate Moss at the Kate Moss for TopShop collection launch in London
Reese Witherspoon at the Colleagues' 26th Annual Spring Luncheon in Beverly Hills
Rita Ora in NYC
Amy Poehler at LAX
Miranda Cosgrove in LA
Jessica Biel at LAX
Tricia Helfer at LAX
Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi attends Big City Moms Biggest Baby Shower
Kate Bosworth in NYC
Lily Allen in London
Willow Smith in LA
Nicole Richie in NYC
Gwnedoline Christie and Giles Deacon in London
Liz Hurley in London
Vanessa Hudgens in LA
Natalie Dormer in Seth Meyers
Sophia Bush at Sirius xfm and Jimmy Fallon
Rose McGowan in Beverly Hills
Zendaya in LA
Sarah Hyland in LA
Cara D in London
Emma Roberts in West Hollywood
this is gonna look so fucking hot on her!
Times have changed but old wounds haven't healed on the sequel to “Flowers in the Attic”
Lifetime's “Petals on the Wind” clearly captures the Dollanganger family in very different times from the events of “Flowers in the Attic.”
TheWrap has the first look photos of Rose McIver as Cathy, Heather Graham as selfish mother Corrine and Bailey Buntain as the twin that survived “Flowers,” Carrie. The pictures show that the women certainly look like life has treated them well, but we'll learn that the events in the attic still haunt them.
It's the 1970s and Cathy (Rose McIver) and Chris (Wyatt Nash) have tried to move on from their twisted childhood. But, unforeseen events will thrust the siblings back together again and will draw them to Foxworth Hall, where they were once held captive by their mother and grandmother.
“I can understand that with what [Cathy has] been through, she seeks this deep seeded vengeance,” McIver told TheWrap. “It's very understandable that these people have wronged her and what she wants to do, but it's the perfect example of revenge really hurts you just as much as it hurts the other people. So, I can't help but feel so sad and protective of this character as she makes these decisions, which aren't necessarily beneficial to her future.”
Ellen Burstyn also reprises her role as bible-thumping grandmother Olivia. In addition to McIver, Nash and Buntain, the cast members include Will Kemp and Dylan Bruce.
Lifetime is currently in development on three additional Andrews’ books, including “If There Be Thorns” and “Seeds of Yesterday,” both from the Dollananger series, and the standalone novel “My Sweet Audrina.”
“Petals on the Wind” premieres on Memorial Day, Monday, May 26, at 9 p.m.
See TheWrap's exclusive pictures below:
ONTD viewing post for 26th May??? y/n?
Under fire Jeremy Clarkson last night sparked a new racism row after he was caught using the n-word while filming for Top Gear.
In the unseen footage – which was later edited out of the show – the £1million a year TV host is seen swinging his finger between two cars, while reciting a racist version of a children’s counting rhyme.
For live reaction to Clarkson's n-word shame, click here.
Clarkson can be heard chanting: “Eeny, meeny, miny, moe...” He then mumbles: “Catch a n***** by his toe”.
This morning the TV presenter denied using the n-word and said he has "never" used it.
I did not use the n word. Never use it. The Mirror has gone way too far this time.— Jeremy Clarkson (@JeremyClarkson) May 1, 2014
The shocking footage comes not long after Clarkson was involved in another offensive outburst, when he was accused of using the term “slope” while filming in Thailand for the flagship BBC car show.
Last night, legal experts said that the recent language used by the 54-year-old, who last year reportedly took home £14million thanks largely to his stake in a firm which exploits Top Gear’s global brand, could even result in a breach of the law in some cases.
Solicitor Lucy Scott Moncrieff said: “It is all about context. If there was a crew member who was distressed by it, then there could well have been a breach of equality legislation.”
Fellow lawyer Lawrence Davies blasted: “Clarkson has to be sacked, no matter how much money he makes for the BBC. Use of that word is not acceptable.”
The Mirror hired a firm of audio forensic experts to analyse the clip and they confirmed that the n-word was indeed used by Clarkson.
An investigator – working for digital forensics company CY4OR – produced a transcript as part of the study. It stated Clarkson said the following: “Eeny, meeny, miny, moe, catch a n***** by his toe, when he squeals, let him go, eeny, meeny, miny, moe.”
Clarkson was filming for Series 19 Episode 3 when he used the phrase. The start of the show featured a segment where he was test driving the £25,000 Toyota GT86 and the similarly priced Subaru BRZ.
"Ordinarily I don't respond to newspaper allegations but on this occasion I feel I must make an exception.
"A couple of years ago I recorded an item for Top Gear in which I quoted the rhyme "eeny meeny miny moe". Now of course I was well aware that in the best known version of this rhyme there is a racist expression that I was extremely keen to avoid.
"The full rushes show that I did three takes. In two I mumbled where the offensive word would normally occur and in the third I replaced it altogether with the word teacher.
"Now when I viewed this footage several weeks later I realised that in one of the mumbled versions, if you listen very carefully with the sound turned right up, it did appear that I'd actually used the word I was trying to obscure.
"I was mortified by this. Horrified. It is a word I loathe and I did everything in my power to make sure that version did not appear in the programme that was transmitted. In fact I have here the note I sent at the time to the production office and it says:'I didn't use the n-word here but I've just listened through my headphones and it sounds like I did. Is there another take that we could use?'
"Please be assured I did everything in my power to not use that word. And, as I'm sitting here begging your forgiveness for the fact that obviously my efforts weren't quite good enough. Thank you."
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Toei Animation confirmed with ANN on Thursday that the Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal anime will have 26 episodes. It will stream worldwide every other week for one year with Kotono Mitsuishi reprising the starring title role. The anime will also star Hisako Kanemoto as Ami Mizuno/Sailor Mercury, Rina Satou as Rei Hino/Sailor Mars, Ami Koshimizu as Makoto Kino/Sailor Jupiter, and Shizuka Itou as Minako Aino/Sailor Venus.
The new anime will run on the first and third Saturdays every month, beginning July 5 at 7:00 p.m. (6:00 a.m. ET).
Bravo viewers are not in a New York state of mind. While other Housewives franchises continue to flourish, the lackluster Real Housewives of New York City has been bringing in the lowest ratings EVER in the history of the show, and RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that it could soon be on the chopping block!
Though the series’ stars have plenty of drama in their personal lives - cheating scandals, bankruptcies, wine throwing and cougars – all of that excitement has happened off-screen. As a result, viewers have been tuning out in increasing numbers since the first episode, which brought in a measly 1.33 million viewers — the lowest number since the show debuted.
Now, “Bravo executives are watching the numbers closely and they are definitely considering getting rid of the New York franchise,” a source close to the production told Radar.
The ratings have continued to bomb during the season, hitting a series low of 1.2 million viewers for the fifth episode. And while they climbed in the last two weeks, the core audience that advertisers look for has fallen off drastically.
This week’s 1.46 ratings are up but there was a “64,000 viewer decrease (-8.39%) in the more important 18 to 49 year old demographic,” according to BravoRatings.com.
As the Aviva Drescher/ Carol Radziwill “Bookgate” feud fell flat and Ramona Singer’s marital problems didn’t make the cut, the show is still struggling to draw in viewers and that doesn’t bode well for the well-heeled Manhattan ladies.
“The ladies just aren’t connecting with viewers and they need something major to happen to them,” the source told Radar.
good riddance tbh, nyc will always have a special place in my heart (it was the first housewives franchise i watched) but this season has been nothing but manufactured drama & all the housewives are horrible people, the show died when bethenny left
On March 6, Christina Fallin—Mary's daughter and the lead singer of the band Pink Pony—proudly posted a photo to Instagram that showed her wearing a headdress, seemingly unaware that it might anger scores of people in her mother's state, which is still 9 percent American Indian. In response to social media blowback against that picture, Fallin, who is 27, released a statement along with her band, asking Oklahoma's native community to "forgive us if we innocently adorn ourselves in your beautiful things."
On March 22, the Flaming Lips played a show without Kliph Scurlock, who had drummed with the psych-rockers since 2002. On April 2, a commenter on the indie rock blog Brooklyn Vegan wrote that legendary frontman Wayne Coyne had fired Scurlock from the band, and that Fallin's headdress stunt was to blame:
Kliph wasn't fired for calling Wayne out on his midlife crisis b.s. (although if anyone in that band had the nuts to bring it up to Wayne, it would be Kliph!) He was fired for taking a stand against Wayne's new buddy - the daughter of OK's tea-bagging, homophobe governor Mary Fallin - when she donned a Native headdress for a racist publicity stunt. When Kliph called her out on social media for being a shithead to the Oklahoma Native community who complained about her headdress publicity stunt, she tattled on him to Wayne. Wayne actually told Kliph he was fired for insulting Fallin publicly.
Five days after that post, the Flaming Lips officially announced that Scurlock had separated from the band. No reason was given for the departure, and perhaps because bands splinter all the time, the issue wasn't probed by the music press. According to a source who spoke with Gawker, Scurlock had left comments on Fallin's Instagram that expressed his displeasure with her photo.
Coyne, on the other hand, was supportive. In late March, he posted a since-deleted photo to Instagram showing three of his friends and a (sad-looking) dog wearing a headdress. The caption was "did our best @christinafallin pose."
On April 26, Pink Pony performed at the Norman Music Festival in Oklahoma. The crowd included not just festival attendees and those curious to see a band led by the governor's daughter, but also members of the activist group Eradicating Offensive Native Mascotry, who had organized a protest of the set because of Fallin's recent history. At the festival, protestors held signs that said "NOT A FASHION ACCESSORY" and "CULTURE IS NOT COSTUME."
Rather than shaming Fallin, the protests apparently egged her on. According to witnesses, Fallin, who was wearing a shawl with the word "SHEEP" stitched on the back, "performed a fake war dance while her boyfriend Steven Battles ridiculed the protestors and flipped them off from the stage." Watching the performance was Coyne, who had the same reaction as his friend Fallin. Sources told to BuzzFeed that Coyne was seen "pointing and laughing at the protestors."
After Fallin's performance, the Oklahoma gossip blog Red Dirt Report reported that it, too, had multiple sources that said Scurlock had been fired for calling Fallin out. A few days after that, we received a screenshot of a Facebook message Scurlock sent to an acquaintance in which he stated that he had indeed been sacked from the band for that reason.
Untethered from the Lips, Scurlock retweeted messages supporting the Fallin protestors after her performance. In an April 28 tweet to a supporter, Scurlock, addressing the state's Native American community, alluded to his dismissal from his band of a dozen years: "I will always stand by your side. And the greater the ignorance, the louder my mouth will get, rock bands be damned."
When asked for comment, a representative for the Flaming Lips said, "Apart from acknowledging that Kliph has parted ways w/ THE LIPS, I have no further info on this." Scurlock did not respond to an inquiry.
A bunch of new pictures have leaked from Britney's 2011 photoshoot for her album Femme Fatale!
The Boston Bruins are slamming “the racist, classless” views of some of their fans after they attacked Montreal’s P.K. Subban on Twitter with racial epithets following his game-winning overtime goal Thursday night.
Thursday’s game was the first in the Habs-Bruins’ second-round playoff series. Subban put the Canadiens up 1-0 with a first-period goal before scoring the game-winner in double-overtime to give the Habs a 4-3 win.
Some Bruins fans took to social media not only to express their disappointment in the game’s outcome, but to attack Subban.
“That stupid n----- doesn’t belong in hockey,” Twitter user @Ksayers12 tweeted, using the hashtag #whitesonly.
Another user, @Dylan_4life, tweeted: “I hate that N----- P.K. Subban.”
– That stupid n***** doesn’t belong in hockey #whitesonly
– F*** YOU N***** SUBBAN YOU BELONG IN A F****** HOLE NOT AN ICE RINK
– PK Subban = F****** N*****
– F*** PK Subban. F****** n*****. Wish he got sold
– subban is the definition of a n*****
– Someone needs to smack PK subban across his big n***** lips. #scumbag
– SUBBAN IS A F****** PORCH M*****
– F*** that stupid m***** #subban
– F*** you subban you f****** lucky ass n*****!
– Once again, Subban stop being a n*****
– N***** was trending in Boston because P.K. Subban scored… It’s a rare moment in my life to be ashamed to be a Bruins fan.
– I bet the Bruins fans calling P.K. Subban a n***** on Twitter have no idea his brother plays for their minor league team.
– the hashtag #N***** is trending in Boston after Subban’s goal. Do they tweet this after a David Ortiz HR? f*** off Boston, be better.
– N***** trending in Boston- #NHL another sport with issues
Early in the game, NDP MP Paul Dewar noted the Boston fans’ incessant booing of Subban.
“Is it me or is troubling to others that the only player being booed during the Habs Bruins game is PK Subban? #habs,” Dewar tweeted.
According to other tweets posted Thursday night, #n----- was trending on Twitter in Boston following the game. Other series-related hashtags were trending Friday in Boston as well as in Canada, including: #pksubban, #boston, #habsvsbruins and #Bruins.
On Friday afternoon, Bruins president Cam Neely issued a short statement on behalf of the team denouncing the attacks.
"The racist, classless views expressed by an ignorant group of individuals following Thursday's game via digital media are in no way a reflection of anyone associated with the Bruins organization,” Neely said.
Other hockey fans took to Twitter to counter the attacks.
“Boston Strong? I think not. Boston SHAME more like it,” user @calwhitejr tweeted. “Oh and his brother plays on your farm team. #whitesonly.”
Indeed, Subban’s younger brother, Malcolm, is a goalie prospect in the Bruins’ organization. He was drafted by the team in 2012 and currently plays for Bruins’ farm team in Providence, R.I.
Veteran forward Jarome Iginla is also spending what are likely the last few years of his career with the Bruins.
Ironically, the National Hockey League’s first black hockey player was Willie O’Ree, who played right wing for the Bruins.
Subban’s own Twitter account was quiet Friday, except for a tweet with a link to the latest video in a series he is filming with a sports network.
Game two in the series is scheduled for Saturday in Boston.
Let's go ignite, the Wagstaff team is dynamite.
When Tina fumbles during her cheerleading tryout, it's Gene who gets noticed in the bleachers.
British director Amma Asante knows how hard it is to get a costume drama off the ground — especially when it stars a black female newcomer and is directed by a black female with only one previous film to her credit.
But for the 18th century-set "Belle," Asante fought for diversity and the feminine eye in front of and behind the camera. "We need a variety of lenses in which to tell these stories," she says. "Being in a strong position where you can make the decisions ... I have a responsibility to open up those opportunities."
Based on real events, "Belle" tells the story of a mixed-race woman, Dido Elizabeth Belle, who was raised in British aristocracy at a time when such a thing was unheard of. It not only stars English newbie Gugu Mbatha-Raw in the title role, but it was penned by black British writer Misan Sagay ("Their Eyes Were Watching God"), scored by Rachel Portman ("Chocolat"), the costumes were conceived by a woman and it was edited by women.
Asante points out that for women and minorities, landing quality jobs is difficult in the U.K., just as it is in America, since most producers envision a director that "doesn't come in my shape or color," she says. Having only one film under her belt didn't help her cause, either. (Her directorial debut, the BAFTA award-winning "A Way of Life," was released in 2004.)
"But I've at least arrived at an age group that appears appropriate," laughs the 44-year-old in a recent phone interview from New York. Now, Asante is determined to get other ladies in the door. "My stories are about women so why not have women help make them?"
That's not to say that a man or somebody not of color couldn't have done a great job on "Belle," says Mbatha-Raw over coffee in Los Angeles. "But the nuances Amma is interested in exploring come out from that perspective," she says. "She is very feminine and glamorous. She brings that quality and beauty out in 'Belle.'"
Intrigued by a double portrait he saw of Dido and her white cousin, Lady Elizabeth Murray, "Belle" producer Damian Jones ("The Iron Lady") knew he wanted to bring Dido's story to the screen — and that Asante should direct it. But, he says, "I was told, 'a black director with a black lead, good luck.' The project was a tough sale."
According to Asante, development of a "Belle" script for HBO began, and then fell through. But with the help of the British Film Institute, production on a theatrical feature version of "Belle" began in 2012.
Still, the script went through a number of revisions before production began. "It had been a fight all the way because it was a different way of approaching the story," said Sagay.
"Belle" weaves in the historical 1781 Zong Massacre, in which 142 enslaved Africans were drowned in the Caribbean by the crew of the British slave ship Zong. The slave owners made an insurance claim for the loss of the slaves, which was challenged by the insurers and wound up in the British courts.
The chief justice ultimately deciding the case was Lord Mansfield (Tom Wilkinson), Dido's great uncle with whom she lived after her Royal Navy admiral father sets sail for the Indies. Mansfield ruled in favor of the insurers and his verdict led to the end of the British slave trade in 1807.
In the film, Dido influences Lord Mansfield's decision.
"Lord Mansfield left huge footprints — journals, judgments — all kinds of things that we could have written about," says Sagay. "And we've chosen to write about the person who has the fewest footprints."
Sagay recalled past race-themed(op note: race themed? really?) projects where producers asked for one script revision after another until eventually "you discover you are back to writing about the white male character."
That's why having a black screenwriter is critical, Sagay explains. "It's terribly important that they are at the table at the beginning of the process to talk about who and what (a film) is going to be about. Being there sets the tone," she says.
Brought up watching classic British TV shows such as "Pride and Prejudice," Mbatha-Raw never saw characters that looked like her. "But it is exciting to think that maybe little girls now can grow up with 'Belle' and know that they are rooted in history," she says.
Acquired by Fox Searchlight in June of last year, "Belle" opens in limited release on Friday and will expand to more theaters in coming weeks.
But even in limited, opening opposite Spidey seems ill-advised. Yet Fox Searchlight president Nancy Utley says the female-focused "Belle" offers the perfect counterprogramming for a testosterone-fueled superhero blockbuster.
"We released 'The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' in this same time period and had great success," she says of the comedy that was pit against "The Avengers" in 2012 and went on to earn $136 million worldwide.
"I think this is the little film that can," says Sagay. "It will surprise people where it will go."
Everyone looks beautiful in this photo shoot. <3
If you live in NY or LA Belle opens today!
Recently, NBC revealed the new,official, synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming “Hannibal” episode 11 of season 2, and it sounds pretty intriguing as more vanishing details get revealed, and more. The episode is called, “Ko No Mono.”
In the new episode 11 press release: Truths about a vanishing will emerge. Elsewhere, Alana is going to grow concerned about Will’s mental state. Mason is going to believe that his sister is scheming to wrest control of his power, and Hannibal will disclose information about Abigail to Will.
Guest stars will include: Katherine Isabelle as Margot and Michael Pitt as Mason Verger. Episode 11 is scheduled to air on Friday night, May 9th at 9pm central time on NBC. Stay tuned.
Some of the major fan groups of NBC’s Hannibal (or “Fannibals” as they call themselves) are coming together for a Twitter campaign today at 2 pm Eastern to help save the show. With no word yet on Hannibal‘s fate and NBC’s official slate of programming being announced on May 12th, the “Fannibals” have taken it upon themselves to let the Peacock Network know how much they want it renewed. After the break, check out the details on how you can be a part of this social media campaign to save Hannibal.
Per the Facebook Page Hannabilism, here’s the instructions on how to participate in the Twitter crusade for the show’s renewal:
Our most important Twitter campaign yet to get Hannibal renewed! Today, at 2:00 PM Eastern time, we are going to go on Twitter to @NBC (not nbchannibal just @NBC).
Only one hashtag: #RenewHannibal.
Give a reason or reasons in your tweet why you want it renewed (example: Critically acclaimed by the top TV critics, #1 on Hulu over Game of Thrones, amazing cast, the writing is amazing, the cinematography is beyond belief, you adore Mads, you love Hugh, the guest stars are amazing, Laurence Fishburne is a star etc. etc. etc. whatever you feel).
So if you’re a fan of Hannibal like I am, let your tweets do the talking at 2 PM Eastern today and let NBC know you want a third season of this amazing show. You can also follow the show itself on Twitter at NBCHannibal as well as the show creator at Bryan Fuller. You can also like the show’s Facebook page.
Hannibal comes on Fridays at 10 pm Eastern on NBC.
One Direction singer Liam Payne worried fans with some cryptic tweets on Friday morning which suggested he was down in the dumps.
The heartthrob shared messages with his approximately 16.5million fans, and followers translated his words as being about a possible breakup.
Liam has been in Peru this week with his bandmates Harry Styles, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan andLouis Tomlinson. However during his travels he has been hinting about how lonely he feels, which is somewhat out of character for the frequent flyer.
His tweets included "Can't be without you”, "Worse thing I ever did was let you go," and "No all I got left is the thought of you".
Earlier this week he wrote that he “Can't sleep for Nothing", "Had forgotten how lonely hotel rooms are" and "Drake- doing it wrong. so true".
He was seemingly referring to the lyrics from the rap star which include: "When a good thing goes bad / Its not the end of the world / Its just the end of a world / That you have with one girl."
Can't be without you— Liam Payne (@Real_Liam_Payne) May 2, 2014
Worse thing I ever did was let you go— Liam Payne (@Real_Liam_Payne) May 2, 2014
No all I got left is the thought of you— Liam Payne (@Real_Liam_Payne) May 2, 2014
It has been reported recently that the star has been growing distant from childhood friend Sophia Smith, his partner of eight months. The 20-year-old shot to fame as part of his music group in 2010 when they competed on Britain’s The X Factor but didn’t win.
Liam is said to be struggling with the pressures of fame but looked to be chilled out on his recent trip to Machu Piccu. He made the most of his time at the popular tourist destination, posing for photos with fans and taking a selfie with the legendary citadel perched among peaks providing a magnificent backdrop.
He also tweeted a picture of another selfie he took with mixed martial arts trainer Mark Jarvis, who is working with the group on their fitness regime throughout their tour.
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Emma Stone is well aware there are haters out there who might not like her or the way she looks.
But the 25-year-old actress says she tries not to validate Internet commenters by paying attention to the hurtful things they have to say.
"I firmly believe that nothing really affects you or can really bother you if you don't already feel that way about yourself," the Amazing Spider-Man star says in a new interview with USA Today. "I've seen a lot of comments that say, 'Eat a sandwich' or 'She looks sick.' I've been looking at myself in the mirror being mean to myself. I'm not sick. I eat sandwiches."
"In no way is it my intention to be a bad example," Stone continues. "That has been kind of bothering me lately. I've shamed myself for it. We shame each other online. We're always too skinny or too fat or too tall or too short. They're just confirming this feeling I have about myself. I'm trying to figure my body out. It bothers me because I care so much about young girls. We're shaming each other and we're shaming ourselves, and it sucks."
Andrew Garfield's other half says she also makes an effort not to be a mean girl.
"When I make a comment about someone or I choose to gossip about someone and speculate about their body or their life or their face, it's usually a reflection of something I'm feeling myself," she reveals. "That has become ingrained in me. I'm trying to eliminate gossip from my own life."
One fellow female star she admires? Divergent star Shailene Woodley. "She feels good about herself," Stone says. "I like being around women like that."