Will Smith, welcome to Instagram! TheÂ Suicide SquadÂ actor joined the social media site on Thursday, sharing his excitement with Ellen DeGeneres during an appearance on her show. In honor of the momentous occasion, DeGeneres â€” who has a little under 50 million followers on Instagram â€” taught Smith everything he needed to know about the app, including how to take selfies: with a duck face, mirror selfies, a baby, and vegetables (inspired by Oprah’s garden selfies).
Kris Jenner brought back her popular and beloved red polar bear for her Christmas decorations as revealed by daughter Kim Kardashian West on Instagram Thursday night. Walking up to her mother’s home, Kardashian West noted her mother’s rainbow-themed decor as she took her children, North, 4, and Saint, 2, on a nighttime trip to see the decorations. “So, my favorite thing to do is drive around the town and show my kids all the Christmas tree lights,” Kardashian West said in the video.
Kailyn Lowry might just walk out of counseling on Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars. The MTV star threatened to leave the program in an exclusive clip of Friday’s episode after finding out the results of her ex-husband Javi Marroquin‘s lie detector test, which might indicate he had been unfaithful to her during their marriage. The results left Lowry speechless and livid, as Marroquin had long accused her of her own infidelity. Dr. Ish attempted to calm her, but Lowry wasn’t having it.
@Terri_Schwartz LOL, I only saw the photo and thought you wanted ppl to tell you where the shot of her face was taken from. My bad! But, I agree that when she & Kylo fight back to back, my heart stopped, my eyes grew wide and I jumped aboard the KyloRey train!
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Selecting a term
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