Joe Jonas is about to be off the market for good, and we couldn’t think of a better reason to look back at some of his most-publicized romances. Before getting engaged to Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner, the DNCE frontman was quite the ladies’ man. Aside from romancing Taylor Swift during his Jonas Brothers days, he also dated one of her best friends — Gigi Hadid. And that’s just the icing on the cake (by the ocean). See which other ladies have caught the love bug with Joe.
It’s been 20 years since the franchise was born, but the magic of Harry, Hermione Granger, and Ron Weasley still lingers in every person that read and fell in love with the series. And while we’ll forever wish we could be a part of the infamous Gryffindor gang, none of it would have come to life without author J.K. Rowling. Over the course of 10 years, the cast and writer bonded while filming the eight movies, and in turn, basically grew up in the public eye. And despite it all being in the past, the wizarding world is still very much present. In addition to the spinoff movie, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, you can also see what a grown-up Harry is doing in the new London play, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. The original cast, who still hangs out together, has even joined in on some of the new fun, with Emma Watson meeting the play’s Hermione. Take a walk (or flight, by broom, of course) down memory lane with a look back at how far the cast has come!
Yesterday, at the beginning of the fourth quarter at The Swamp, Florida did this awesome tribute to Tom Petty that, if you ask me, should become a new tradition from now on. 90,000 people all singing “I Won’t Back Down” as they went into the 4th was by far the coolest thing I saw yesterday.
The tribute was announced earlier in the week after Petty passed, so people knew it was coming and they were ready for it. But as the 4th quarter was about to start, LSU’s band decided they were just going to play whatever generic ass song college bands play in between quarters. Keep in mind, this is right as the Petty tribute is about to start.
Let’s just say Florida fans were not happy about that.
You do not screw with Florida fans and their Petty.
This is the most Florida guy in the stadium: Overalls, a Tom Petty shirt, and a middle finger for the band
Love this LSU fan coming back with the flex
Kirsten Dunst probably spent all of Monday on Pinterest after getting plenty of wedding inspiration over the weekend. The actress, who is engaged to Jesse Plemons, served as a bridesmaid in her best friend Cindy McGee’s wedding in Rome on Saturday. Kirsten stunned in a peach dress as she posed for photos with the bride on the streets of Rome. In addition to holding up Cindy’s dress, she also shared a few laughs with her fellow bridesmaids before the ceremony. Kirsten and Jesse met on the set of their hit show Fargo, on which they played married high school sweethearts. We can’t wait to see their own big day!
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry first started dating in May 2016, and it looks like things are getting serious. As engagement rumors continue to swirl, the couple’s relationship has also sparked interest in Meghan’s previous marriage to film producer Trevor Engelson.
Meghan first met Trevor in 2004 and they got engaged in 2010 after six years of dating. They tied the knot a year later in a barefoot wedding at the Jamaica Inn in Ocho Rios, Jamaica on Sept. 10. However, their marriage was short-lived as Meghan and Trevor quietly separated in August 2013, citing «irreconcilable differences.» According to sources, «things started to fall apart not long after the wedding» and the couple «really battled with long distances.» «Trevor was based in LA while Meghan was in Toronto, a five-hour flight away,» an insider told Women’s Day magazine. «It was a very difficult way to start married life.» Meghan and Trevor never had any children together.
As Harry and Meghan’s romance continues to heat up, there are no reports that suggest that Trevor has met or will meet Harry in the future, but Trevor is currently producing a new comedy series titled Snowfall about a husband who loses his wife to a British prince — hmm, does that sound familiar? While Trevor claims the lead character is not based on his ex-wife, it’s difficult not to draw the parallels. Trevor has also worked on a handful of films, including 2010’s Remember Me, 2007’s License to Wed, and 2009’s All About Steve.
LeGarrette Blount may have rushed for 136 yards to help his Eagles beat the depressing LA Chargers on Sunday, but it appears his weekend wasn’t a total success. What do we mean by that? Well… LB was allegedly sliding into the DMs Saturday afternoon, trying to get at this guy’s girlfriend:
This man LeGarrette Blount , just dm'd my girl lmao
— Rick Phillips (@r_phillips1517) September 30, 2017
Apparently LB then offered to fly out Rick Phillips’ lady out to Philly so he can have some company upon returning home:
Update , he's tryna fly her out to Philadelphia
— Rick Phillips (@r_phillips1517) October 1, 2017
Skylar, Rick’s girl (we assume; she retweeted the initial tweets), had an appropriate reaction to LB thirsting hard:
YALL WOULD NOT BELIEVE THIS SHIT
— Sky (@WattsSkylar) October 1, 2017
As did her brother:
— Rick Phillips (@r_phillips1517) October 1, 2017
Of the many movies coming out this Fall, lots of them are based on books, proving once again that Hollywood’s best material comes from the page. There are always a ton of great books in the process of being adapted, so for the new season upon us, we have a brand-new reading list with titles that are becoming movies very soon or which were recently optioned or in the development stage. Either way, get your page-turning fingers ready!
Milo Ventimiglia has had some iconic roles over the years: Jess Mariano on Gilmore Girls, Peter Petrelli on Heroes, and now Jack Pearson on This Is Us. One of his most underrated appearances, though, definitely has to be when he played Fergie‘s love interest in her «Big Girls Don’t Cry» music video. In 2006, Ventimiglia took a walk on the wild side when he played the singer’s tattooed, often shirtless boyfriend.
While Fergie definitely isn’t afraid to show off her sexy side, she admitted she was «totally nervous» about making out with the actor. Honestly, do you blame her? «I just had to tell him, like, ‘Please help me with this,'» she told Entertainment Tonight about filming the steamy scenes for the video. «He was so great.» We can only imagine. Relive his gorgeous cameo above.
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Rewatching the Harry Potter films over and over and over again is one of my favorite pastimes, and I never fail to notice something new each time. Sometimes it’s silly — like that dirty joke in Order of the Phoenix — but sometimes it’s just really, really sad. Fair warning: this is the latter.
In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, after the Death Eaters attack the Quidditch World Cup campsite, Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, and Ron Weasley find themselves targeted by Ministry of Magic wizards who think they are involved due to being at the «scene of the crime» below the Dark Mark. As spells are cast in their direction, Arthur Weasley yells, «Stop! That’s my son!»
Now, flash forward to a pivotal and gut-wrenching scene toward the end of the film. When Harry returns to Hogwarts using the Triwizard Cup portkey, he brings with him the body of fellow student and Triwizard champion Cedric Diggory, who has been killed by Wormtail. The crowd’s cheers and the celebratory music quickly die down as everyone comes to the quiet, terrible realization that Cedric has died. His grief-stricken father, Amos Diggory, rushes through the stands to Cedric, yelling, «That’s my son! That’s my boy!»
It’s a moment that still gets me every damn time I watch the movie, and now it has another layer of sadness. Because while this important quote sandwiches a film plot that’s heavy on the father-son themes — with Barty Crouch, who is killed by his son (Barty Crouch Jr.), and Voldemort, who is literally reborn on the grave of his father (Tom Riddle Sr.) — it has one more heartbreaking connection. Arthur’s son Ron is spared in this film, but in the final film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, one of his other sons, the fun-loving Fred, dies in the Battle of Hogwarts.
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BRB . . . sobbing.
American Vandal is a show about d*ck drawings. Or rather, who drew a bunch of d*ck drawings on 27 teachers’ cars in the faculty parking lot at the fictional Hanover High School. While the premise might sound a little low-brow, don’t be fooled — this true-crime mockumentary is one of the smartest, funniest, and most engrossing shows on Netflix. A big part of why American Vandal succeeds is due to the performances of the show’s talented actors, many of whom are relatively unknown and don’t break the illusion that they’re just your regular, everyday high school students.
If you got the nagging feeling that you’d seen some of them before while watching, though, you’re definitely not alone. From YouTube stardom to roles on Orange Is the New Black, keep reading to see where the stars got their start.