Todd And Julie Chrisley Say They’re Living Every Day Like It’s Their ‘Last’ Amid Sentencing

By Mona Khalifeh‍ and Zach Seemayer, ETOnline.com. Published: 2 mins ago Todd and Julie Chrisley are speaking out for the first time after being sentenced to 12 and seven years in prison, respectively, following their conviction in their tax fraud case. In the latest episode of their “Chrisley Confessions” podcast, the couple said they are living every day like it’s […]

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‘Love Is Blind’ Star SK Plans To ‘Pursue Legal Action’ Against Women Accusing Him Of Cheating On Raven Ross

By Anita Tai. Published: 13 hours ago Sikiru “SK” Alagbada is setting the record straight. The season 3 “Love is Blind” star is hitting back at social media users accusing him of cheating on Raven Ross. The star took to his Instagram Stories to deny the claims as well as take a stand against the […]

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Kayne West Misses Divorce Deposition With Kim Kardashian

By Sarah Curran. Published: 11 hours ago Kanye West skipped a divorce deposition with ex Kim Kardashian and their respective lawyers last week, according to new legal documents. The former couple are currently determining how to divide their assets, which are worth more than $2billion. TMZ reports that the deposition will now happen on Nov. […]

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Taylor Swift Glitters In Gold While Accepting 2022 AMAs Wins

Taylor Swift has made her official return to the American Music Awards. The 32-year-old pop superstar was bejeweled in a backless gold jumpsuit as she accepted the award for Favorite Pop Album for Red (Taylor’s Version) at Sunday’s ceremony. The “Anti-Hero” singer wore her hair in waves and completed her look with her signature red lip. It was a big night […]

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Do You Live in a State That Protects Abortion? Sen. Gary Peters Explains Why You Still Must Vote This November

Right before the 2020 election, Sen. Gary Peters took a risk. At the time, he was facing a tough re-election race in Michigan, which would help decide whether Democrats would clinch the Senate majority. But he was also concerned about then-Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, and what her addition to the bench could mean […]

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