Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello: It’s Time To Call A Spade A Spade

For the past few years, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello’s relationship has been getting closer and closer, but the musicians continued to insist they were just friends. Starring together in a steamy music video? Friendship.
Getting papped holding hands? Friendship.
Getting papped making out in a pool? Friends— okay what is going on here?
On Monday, they were spotted making out both at a beach in Miami and at a pool, officially taking this beyond speculation and all-but-confirming that they’re together.

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Grant Thompson: 5 Things To Know About YouTube Star 38 Who Died In Paragliding Accident

Grant Thompson, founder of ‘The King of Random’ YouTube channel, left behind more than 11 million subscribers after passing away from a ‘paragliding accident.’ Here’s what you should know about the thrill-seeker.

Grant Thompson’s body was reportedly found after embarking on a paragliding trip on July 29. His brother Mark broke this sad news to TMZ, and his family also confirmed that the founder of “The King of Random” YouTube channel was just 38 years old after dying from the “paragliding accident.” The Washington County Sheriff’s Office added that it received a report about an “overdue paraglider” who went off-course near Utah’s Sand Hollow State Park on Monday,

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He wrote the Christian case against dating. Now he’s splitting from his wife and faith.

The author of an influential evangelical book that decried modern dating as a “training ground for divorce” has himself divorced his wife and renounced his Christian faith.

Joshua Harris, author of the 1997 book “I Kissed Dating Goodbye” and a former megachurch pastor, wrote in an Instagram post Friday that he “lived in repentance” for his prior teachings in the church and in his writing. A week prior, he announced that he and his wife of 21 years had separated.

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Top Gun’s Kelly McGillis Wasn’t Asked to Return for the Sequel: ‘My Priorities in Life Changed’

Don’t look for Kelly McGillis in Top Gun: Maverick.

The actress, 62, originally played Tom Cruise‘s love interest Charlie in the 1986 film, but she was noticeably missing in the trailer for the upcoming sequel which dropped earlier this month.

McGillis opened up about why she won’t be in the film in an interview with Entertainment Tonight in which she said she wasn’t asked to return.

“I’m old and I’m fat and I look age appropriate for what my age is and that is not what that whole scene is about,” McGillis said.

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MLB trade deadline: Mets land Marcus Stroman in shocking blockbuster with Blue Jays

The New York Mets have reached an agreement with the Toronto Blue Jays on a trade to acquire right-hander Marcus Stroman in exchange for pitching prospects Anthony Kay and Simeon Woods-Richardson, per the teams:


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Trump nominee for intelligence chief John Ratcliffe accused Mueller of violating ‘sacred traditions’ in Russia probe conclusions

President Donald Trump’s just-announced nominee to replace Dan Coats as director of national intelligence had already drawn national attention earlier this week, when he delivered an aggressive diatribe against former special counsel Robert Mueller.

Rep. John Ratcliffe, a Texas Republican and a member of the House Judiciary Committee, had zeroed in on one of the key lines from Mueller’s report on Russian election interference, possible coordination between Trump’s campaign and the Kremlin, and possible obstruction of justice by Trump himself.

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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a bittersweet tribute to a bygone era

Much of the 1969 Los Angeles seen in Quentin Tarantino’s new film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is real, but you could be forgiven for thinking otherwise. The film’s characters, like most Los Angelenos, spend a lot of time driving from place to place. Their travels find them floating along to mostly forgotten versions of famous songs while they pass theaters with marquees promoting movies possibly no one but Tarantino has thought about for years.

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‘Fortnite’ World Cup: By The Numbers

Llamas and Victory Royales are gracing Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens, New York, this weekend as game developer Epic Games holds its first World Cup finals for its global sensation, Fortnite.

It’s the culmination of weeks of online open qualifiers to determine who will compete on stage in front of thousands of spectators in person and even more online. Epic Games dived headfirst into esports when it announced $100 million in prizes for its opening tournament run for Fortnite.

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Cole Sprouse and Lili Reinhart Are the Latest Stars Fighting Words With Words

Smell that? Something is in the air. Or maybe the water. Something is somewhere. The stars, much like birds, are fighting back.

You’ll remember the rolling kerfuffles between our famous denizens and the peons who cover them that began earlier this year: Lizzo subtweeted a Pitchfork review. Justin Bieber called out an E! News host by name. Ariana Grande piled on Bieber’s tweet, and opened it up to all bloggers in general, tweeting,

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Zombieland 2 trailer shows the crew heading to the White House

Zombieland: Double Tap is the sequel many zombie fans have been wanting since the original came out in 2009. Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson), Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), Wichita (Emma Stone) and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) are returning in a new adventure in a post-apocalyptic US.

A new trailer Thursday for Zombieland: Double Tap shows the survivors made their way to Washington, DC, to take over the White House. It seems like the four have a new place to call home,

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