Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich started off 2020 with rumors of a messy marriage which were quickly dismissed and denied. But then they announced their separation after three years of wedded bliss. The writing had been on the wall. They were self-isolating apart and Julianne was seen with Ben Barnes. Well, we might get another episode of We Know Where This Is Going, because these two have been spotted out with each other and rumors have suggested that Julianne wants Brooks back. Sources say that Brooks may feel the same. Welp, all of the homosexuals who were hoping Brooks would experiment sexually with them just got more bad news for 2020.
Two months ago, Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich announced they were separating after nearly three years of marriage. They requested respect for their privacy as they move forward. A source recently gave Us Weekly a little update on the situation. And if this source is telling the truth, then Julianne maybe should have added a note that moving forward might possibly involve throwing the car into reverse and backing over any talk about a split in the first place. Because Julianne reportedly wants to remain married.
It’s been almost a month since 31-year-old Julianne Hough and 37-year-old Brooks Laich officially called it quits and I am stunned because I feel like it just happened yesterday, but coronavirus has fucked with time. Brooks apparently wishes he could turn back the clock because he never wanted to end things with Julianne, but Julianne has not seemed too broken up and has been “leaning” on that Ben Barnes hottie she’s been spotted with before. Don’t worry Brooks, at least you have your dog, Koda!
Well, it finally happened. Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich have confirmed what everybody knew. They announced today that they’re splitting up after nearly three years of marriage.
Gabrielle Union Says Simon Cowell’s Smoking Gave Her Bronchitis On The Set Of “America’s Got Talent”
Last fall Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough were fired as judges on NBC’s America’s Got Talent. It soon came out that Gabrielle’s forced exit may have been related to her “difficult” (sigh) habit of calling out on-set racism and sexism. By December, AGT was being investigated by SAG-AFTRA, and NBC was in full damage control mode, claiming they were working with Gabrielle’s people to “hear more about her concerns”.
Gabrielle has tweeted a little about these reports, including responding to AGT host Terry Crews’ sycophant “huh? NBC isn’t racist” comments. But she hasn’t given a full account of her experience. Not until an interview with Variety, where she got into it. Gabrielle says she realized something was rotten in the state of AGT from Day One, when fellow judge/executive producer Simon Cowell casually smoked indoors. Not just a violation of public health laws, but dangerous, because Gabrielle is highly allergic! Continue reading
The internet’s most annoying and misleading hashtag convention, #[fillintheblank]isoverparty, strikes again. Every time I see that hashtag I try to ignore it but know that by the end of the day morbid curiosity will eventually lead me to clicking on it only to be disappointed to find out that [fillintheblank] farted on a kitten or something equally banal. Today it was the end of Jimmy Fallon’s career that was being smugly and gleefully celebrated on Twitter after a 20-year old clip of him doing a Chris Rock impression in full blackface on Saturday Night Live resurfaced. According to The New York Post, the clip was posted with the caption “NBC fired Megyn Kelly for mentioning blackface. Jimmy Fallon performed on NBC in blackface,” which is simply exhausting. With everything going on in #thesesupremelyfuckeduptimes, re-litigating blackface is definitely a party I’m not RSVPing to, I don’t care how socially distanced it is. I’m so very tired.