Taylor Swift saved her best special guest for last.
The pop superstar closed out the Los Angeles leg of her MVP-laden "1989" world tour on Wednesday with a surprise for Friends fans: a rare appearance by an up-and-coming singer who previously "only played in coffee houses" — Phoebe Buffay (AKA Lisa Kudrow).
As Taylor Swifts tour continues through this year many cities have seen one heck of a preference by here and special guests. Monday was very special at the L.A. Staple Center as special guest had joined her on stage. She was joined on stage with Alanis Morissette and the fans went crazy. But that's not all as there were more guests to surprise fans. Swift was also joined on stage with Ellen DeGeneres jumped up on stage. Then the Dixie Chick's Natealie Maines had jump up on stage which made this an amazing show! For more, click HERE
Monday night reports of Nicole Poizzi (Snooki) husband Jionni LaValle had ties to Ashley Madison but she completely denies it. She had spoken up about the whole thing on Instagram defending her husband. She had explained that if her husband wanted to cheat on her, he would have just went out and do it. He wouldn't just sign up to pay for a website just to cheat. So seems Snooki has her husband's back and knows he hasn't cheated on her. For more, click HERE
Vice President Joe Biden received President Barack Obama's "blessing" to make a 2016 bid for the White House, according to a senior Democrat.
But that's if Biden chooses to run -- the decision is his. While he doesn't need the President's permission, of course, a potential presidential candidacy was among the topics of their lunch Monday at the White House. The President made clear he would not stand in his way or counsel him against a run, the senior Democrat said.
The Vice President's office downplayed the speculation about Biden's political future.
"I know how Billy Graham felt," Donald Trump said, taking the stage at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile Friday evening as Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Sweet Home Alabama" blaring from the speakers.
Approximately 35,000 people were expected to attend the Republican presidential candidate's Alabama rally, forcing Trump's team to make a last minute venue change from the Mobile Civic Center to a 43,000-seat arena typically used for high school football games. By the time Trump came on stage, wearing a red baseball cap printed with his slogan "Make America Great Again," about half the stadium was full.