Fox News host Harris Faulkner has a rodent problem. And she wants $5 million because of it.
In a lawsuit filed Monday in U.S. District Court in New Jersey, Faulkner is suing Hasbro because she says a "Little Toy Shop" hamster shares her name and likeness. The toy is also deemed a choking hazard, the suit says, which causes Faulkner distress for being associated with "harming small children."
She calls out "complexion, the shape of its eyes, and the design of its eye makeup" as evidence that the company stole her identity.
To be fair, the hamster does share the same name. But as far as looks go, you can decided that for yourself.
If you want to own your own little piece of Fox News history, Ebay has an original Harris Faulkner for $40.52.
Miley, what's good?
That's what Nicki Minaj fans want to know, and they are bombarding Miley Cyrus' Instagram page until they get answers.
After the explosive encounter between the two pop divas at the VMAs this weekend, fans of Minaj have taken her infamous quote and are posting it non-stop on Miley's Instagram. And it is hilarious.
They just won't stop.
People need to know what is good, Miley.
Tell us what is good, Miley. You owe the world some answers.
As of press time, Miley had still not said what is good.
The Minnesota State Fair just doesn't get fine art.
This portrait of Bill Cosby caused quite a stir at the fair before it was taken down after being up for only a day.
The portrait, made form "rapeseed" or canola seed, was created by Nick Rondo, a 37-year-old software engineer. He wasn't surprised people complained.
"The point was just to see, would there be outrage? Would there be people talking about it? Would it even get through?" he told Pioneer Press.
Although the portrait was originally allowed into the fair, an official made Rondo cover up the word "rapeseed" on his work, which basically defeats any type of message the artist was trying to make.
Despite the removal of the portrait, Rondo said this was for the best.
"I think it's actually maybe the best possible scenario," he said. "Up for a day and then taken down."
Get ready for a kick right in the feels.
Jeremiah Succar, a 7-year-old patient at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, has stage-four atypical rhabdoid teratoid, an aggressive tumor that occurs in the brain and spinal cord.
He loves Rachel Platten's 'Fight Song,' and sings it when he goes through treatments. When his parents found out about this, they knew they had to get the singer to come visit him.
"Jeremiah loves "Fight Song"—he memorized the lyrics after three or four times of listening to it," says Jerry Succar, Jeremiah's father. "He used to sing it when he got a lot of headaches, but now he sings it in the morning, before bed and during shots he has to get."
GOD IS GOOD. @rachelplatten you are amazing, sending a billion hugs! Thank you for being an inspiration to my monkey! We Wubbbbb you!!!! 😍😘😆💙#prayersforjeremiah #rachelmeetjeremiah thank you everyone for your support and sharing with out you all this wouldn't have happened. To my cousin's ash and chell girls you already know. I love you and jeremiah and I are so so blessed to have such an amazing family!!!! #blessed
His parents sprung into action on Instagram using the hashtag #RachelMeetJeremiah.
Rachel got word of the movement, paid Jeremiah a visit and recorded these beautiful videos. Way to go, Rachel!
Gary Busey, American actor and contorted facial expression extraordinaire, is joining season 15 of Dancing With The Stars.
He made his grand announcement last night by dressing up as a cowboy and entering on horseback to greet Jimmy Kimmel because...well, he's Gary Busey.
At 72 years old, Busey might seem a bit old to be competing on the show. But he's spritely compared to 82-year-old Cloris Leachman, the oldest person to ever join the cast.
Hi Ho Silver, away!"
Handshake DENIED, Jimmy.
Dancing With The Stars premieres Monday, September 14 on ABC.
The trailer for The Danish Girl dropped today, and it looks like Eddie Redmayne could very well be in the running for another Best Actor nod.
Redmayne plays transgender artist Lili Elbe, the first person to ever receive gender reassignment surgery. Alicia Vikander will play opposite the British actor as Gerda, Elbe's wife.
The trailer is touching and poignant, a hopeful indication of how the historic life of Eilbe will be portrayed on screen.