What Celebrity Should Be Your Partner During The Apocalypse?

What Celebrity Should Be Your Partner During The Apocalypse?

You got: Jake Gyllenhaal

Jake will battle extreme elements with you when the apocalypse hits. Blizzards, floods, you name it. The world may be ending, but at least you’ll have some nice eye candy?

Jake Gyllenhaal
20th Century Fox

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You got: Gwyneth Paltrow

lol sry

Gwyneth Paltrow
Warner Bros.

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You got: Dwayne Johnson

You should feel confident entrusting The Rock with your life. He’s strong, sensitive, and will keep you laughing throughout any humanity-ending earthquakes.

Dwayne Johnson
Warner Bros.

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You got: Chris Pratt

Ughhh Chris is perfect, so you’re for sure surviving the end of times. He’ll keep you laughing AND use his beautifully sculpted body to protect you from harm.

Chris Pratt
Universal Pictures

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You got: Will Smith

If the end of the world involves aliens, you’re in good hands with Will Smith. He’s seen his fair share of dangerous creatures and will protect you from any that emerge during the apocalypse.

Will Smith
20th Century Fox

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You got: Morgan Freeman


Morgan Freeman
Paramount Pictures

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You got: Vivica A. Fox

You’ve got a fighter looking out for you here. Vivica is fierce AF and super-resourceful. She’s got your back.

Vivica A. Fox
20th Century Fox

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You got: Ben Affleck

We’re talking “Armageddon” Ben, not “Gigli” Ben — though the latter could also be considered a disaster movie. You can count on this scrappy guy in hard times.

Ben Affleck
Buena Vista Pictures

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You got: Amanda Peet

You’ll prooobably survive with Amanda as your partner. Girl’s got spunk, but she’s kind of a toss-up. Godspeed.

Amanda Peet
Columbia Pictures

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You got: George Clooney

You’ll definitely survive the apocalypse if you can manage to stay focused with this hunk next to you.

George Clooney
Warner Bros.

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You got: Helen Hunt

Yo, Helen made it through like 238759 tornadoes in “Twister” — you’ve got a serous survivor by your side.

Helen Hunt
Warner Bros.

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You got: Nicolas Cage

Best of luck.

Nicolas Cage
Summit Entertainment

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Jeremy Corbyn Just Called Out Donald Trump In His Speech At Glastonbury

Corbyn said:

The elites got it wrong. Politics is about the lives of all of us, and the wonderful campaign that I was involved in and proud to have led brought a lot of people back into politics because they believed there was something on offer for them.

But what was even more inspiring was the number of young people who got involved for the very first time, because they were fed up with being denigrated, fed up of being told they didn’t matter, fed up of being told they never participated and fed up with being told their generation was going to pay more to get less in housing, health, pensions and everything else, and that they should accept low wages and insecurity as a part of life.

He went on to appeal for equality, touching on the recent “horrors” of the Grenfell Tower incident.

He said:

That politics that got out of the box [in the election] is not going back into the box because we are demanding something very different in our society and lives. Is it right that so many people in our country have no home to live in, and only a street to sleep on?

Is it right that so many people are scared of where they live because of the horrors of Grenfell Tower? Is it right that so many people live in poverty in a society surrounded by such riches? Is it right that European nationals contributing to our society don’t know if they’re going to be allowed to remain here?

He also spoke about war and the “denigration” of refugees saying they should be “supported” not ostracised.

Let’s stop the denigration of refugees – these are people looking for safety in a cruel and dangerous world. They are human beings, just like all of us hear to today. Let’s support them in their hour of need, not treat them as a threat or a danger.

Let’s look at instability and problems around the world. Let’s tackle the causes of war, and let’s look to build a world of human rights, of peace, of justice and of democracy.

Diddy Is Putting His Own Music On Hold

BEVERLY HILLS — Sean “Diddy” Combs is putting both his own music career and his long-awaited next album, No Way Out 2, on hold.

Instead, he wants to help develop other artists of color.

“I want to dive into producing and creating content and really just supporting content creators. I think that the impact I want to have is to be able to empower a lot of the storytellers of color, who are not getting that chance and that opportunity,” he told BuzzFeed News recently, slouched back on a lounge chair at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills. “When I’m starting to make decisions, [I’m like,] ‘Can I have an impact that’s bigger than myself?’ … Working behind the scenes, I think, will give people more opportunities and break down some doors.”

For nearly 30 years, Diddy has been trying to do just that as he’s worked alongside the old white men of the music business. “That’s all the music industry was when I was coming up,” he said with a laugh. “I mean, that’s what also gave me motivation ’cause I wanted to break down that door.”

In the early ’90s, Combs rose from an unpaid internship to a talent director position at Uptown Records, launched his own Bad Boys Records in 1993, and subsequently changed the course of hip-hop with Notorious B.I.G., Faith Evans, 112, and Mase, among others. “I owed it to myself to be free … it was time for interns to start coming up and running the culture,” said Combs, who dropped out of Howard University in 1990 after he got the full-time offer at Uptown. “It wasn’t easy, by far. I had to stay really focused and really work hard.”

His trajectory is the subject of Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story, Daniel Kaufman’s documentary that premieres on June 25 on Apple Music. The film also details the challenges Combs faced while preparing for his Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour in 2016, and features archival footage of his friendship with Christopher Wallace, better known as the Notorious B.I.G. “A lot of people don’t realize how young he was,” Combs said of Biggie, who was killed at 24 in 1997. “He was just a kid. We were just kids chasing our dreams.”

And the kids he sees doing the same today give him hope. Although Combs acknowledged the gatekeepers of the music industry haven’t changed in terms of demographics, “a lot of that is changing with kids having their own independent record labels,” he said. “A lot of that is getting diversified.”

Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story is a film Combs thinks will resonate with young aspiring artists today, the ones he wants to promote in lieu of working on his own music. “I think that this generation has the biggest opportunity to change and save the world,” he said. “The power has never been more in their hands. We’ve never been more unified culturally than we are now.”

DeMario Jackson Will Not Return For This Season Of “Bachelor In Paradise”

DeMario Jackson will not return for Season 4 of Bachelor in Paradise, a source close to the contestant has confirmed to BuzzFeed News.

A representative for Warner Bros., which produces The Bachelor franchise for ABC, had no comment and a representative for ABC directed BuzzFeed News back to Warner Bros. A representative for Jackson also had no comment.

The news Jackson would not return to the show was first reported by TMZ. A source close to Jackson told BuzzFeed News that he could potentially return for a future season of the series.

Jackson and fellow Bachelor in Paradise Season 4 contestant Corinne Olympios were at the center of an alleged incident on the set earlier this month that led Warner Bros. to shut down production after complaints were filed by two producers.

On Tuesday, Warner Bros. announced that its investigation into the alleged incident revealed no evidence of misconduct.

As we previously stated, we recently became aware of allegations regarding an incident on the set of “Bachelor in Paradise” in Mexico. We take all such allegations seriously. The safety, security and well-being of the cast and crew is our number one concern, and we suspended filming so that the allegations could be investigated immediately and thoroughly. Our internal investigation, conducted with the assistance of an outside law firm, has now been completed. Out of respect for the privacy interests of those involved, we do not intend to release the videotape of the incident. We can say, however, that the tape does not support any charge of misconduct by a cast member. Nor does the tape show, contrary to many press reports, that the safety of any cast member was ever in jeopardy. Production on this season of Bachelor in Paradise will be resuming, and we plan to implement certain changes to the show’s policies and procedures to enhance and further ensure the safety and security of all participants.

Warner Bros. shut down production on Season 4 on June 11, pending an investigation into “allegations of misconduct.” As reports about the alleged incident took numerous lurid turns and cast members began speaking out, Jackson and Olympios both retained publicists and attorneys.

Olympios’s publicist did not immediately respond when BuzzFeed News asked about her status on Season 4 of Bachelor in Paradise.

But it seems unlikely that she would return, considering that on Tuesday, her attorney, Martin Singer, issued the below statement that calls into question the credibility of Warner Bros.’ findings:

It needs to be made crystal clear that production of Bachelor in Paradise was shut down because of multiple complaints received from BIP producers and crew members on the set. It was not shut down due to any complaint filed by Corinne against anyone.

It comes as no surprise that Warner Bros., as a result of its own internal Investigation, would state that no wrong doing had occurred. Our own investigation will continue based on multiple new witnesses coming forward revealing what they saw and heard.

Bachelor in Paradise Season 4 was originally scheduled to premiere on Aug. 8. A new premiere date has not been announced.

Halsey Called Iggy Azalea A “Fucking Moron” And Also Got In Trouble For Defending Quavo

Here’s what she told the publication:

“I think he’s misunderstood,” she says. “Just because I choose to be a socially conscious artist, and I’m pretty good at it, that doesn’t mean every artist is going to be equipped to be politically correct. I don’t think he’s inherently homophobic, I think he’s in a tough place of trying to explain what he means. I agree his apology was bullshit but I can’t police everybody.”

Dr. Luke Drops Defamation Lawsuit Against Kesha's Mother After She Walks Back Rape Allegation

Dr. Luke has dropped his defamation lawsuit against Kesha’s mother, who on Friday said she didn’t have any firsthand knowledge to back up her allegations that the music producer raped her daughter.

Pebe Sebert made her admission in a joint statement with Dr. Luke — aka Lukasz Gottwald — saying she had no “firsthand knowledge of of the events occurring on the night of the alleged rape.”

“Pebe was not present that night,” according to the joint statement. “At that time, Pebe was in Nashville, and Kesha was in Los Angeles.”

In addition, the statement said “Dr. Luke vigorously disputes and denies that he ever raped Kesha Sebert, and he is asserting claims of defamation in a New York court against Kesha Sebert for making statements to the contrary.”

Dr. Luke filed his lawsuit against Sebert in 2014 in Tennessee, two weeks after he filed a similar lawsuit against Kesha in New York.

“Kesha’s mother, Pebe Sebert, is relieved that Dr. Luke has dismissed the two lawsuits he filed against her. As she said last year, this litigation has been a nightmare, and we are pleased it is now over,” her attorney, Alex Little, said in a statement. “Mrs. Sebert supports her daughter, believes her daughter, and is proud of her strength throughout this ordeal.”

In the complaint, Dr. Luke said he was suing Sebert because she participated in an orchestrated campaign to defame him. The campaign entailed “publishing false and shocking accusations” in an effort to extort him into letting Kesha out of her recording contract.

Dr. Luke said that among the defamatory accusations Sebert made were that he “date raped Kesha when she was 18,” and that he abused her “both physically and mentally.”

Two months later, Sebert fired back, filing a countersuit against Dr. Luke accusing him of intentionally tormenting her, and backing out of his promise to allow her to be Kesha’s songwriter.

Sebert also alleged Dr. Luke once restrained and detained her in a recording studio for three hours against her will. She dismissed those counterclaims last year.

Dr. Luke’s legal team said that with Sebert’s case dismissed, “the totality of the fight will now be moving to New York,” where the record producer’s ongoing lawsuit against Kesha for breach of contract continues.

Kesha’s request to be released from her record contract with Dr. Luke has already been denied by a New York judge.