Avril Lavigne might be dealing with a lot more than anyone realized.
The “With You” singer has been a little M.I.A. lately from our radio waves and TV screens, but it could be because of an actually serious reason.
A fan recently DM’d Avril on Twitter asking why she hasn’t released a new album in two years, and Avril responded with a much more concerning answer:
“I feel bad because I haven’t been able to say anything to the fans to let them no why I’ve been absent. I’m torn as I’m quite private… I’m not feeling well. I’m having some issues. So please keep me in your prayers.”
We’ll keep you updated with any further information regarding Avril’s health.
Who’s excited about Finding Dory?
The follow-up movie to Finding Nemo, one of the most popular Pixar movies ever, is in production, and we’re finally getting some information about the plot.
Pixar President Jim Morris recently spoke about Finding Dory at the Comic-Con Experience in Brazil, revealing that it won’t be set in the ocean. It turns out that Dory was born and raised at the Marine Biology Institute of California, so she’ll be going back to find her roots.
Dory’s parents will be voiced by Eugene Levy and Diane Keaton, with a special character along the journey voiced by Ty Burrell.
Finding Dory hits theaters on June 17, 2016.
Imagine a West Coast earthquake so big, it can be felt across the country.
That’s exactly the scenario that goes down in the newest trailer for the movie San Andreas, which stars Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.
The 42-year-old actor plays a search and rescue helicopter pilot fighting to keep his family alive as he travels from L.A. to San Francisco to save his daughter.
Watch the trailer above.
Jimmy Fallon is a dad for the second time, and he’s giving us a peek at his new baby Frances.
The talk show host recently debuted his new daughter on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. Frances is Jimmy and wife Nancy Juvonen’s second daughter together.
Ironically enough, Jimmy’s guest for the day was Chris Rock, who is also a father to two daughters, and he helped give him some great parenting advice.
He told the talk show host:
“Two girls are easier than one,” said Rock, “because they play together. So when you have one, you have to be the show. When you got two, you’re just the usher.”
“You have girls, so you have to watch out. You may have to hurt somebody.” He went on to admit that if Lola came home and told her a guy hit her, “I’d get my gun and shoot the guy. I wouldn’t even ask questions. I would put DNA on the bullet to make sure everybody knew I did it.”
We can’t blame these protective fathers.
Another year, another SAG Awards.
The nominations for the prestigious awards have just been announced, and Birdman and Boyhood top the list of nominees as far as film, while Modern Family landed some nods in the television section.
The male nominees include Steve Carrell, Jake Gyllenhaal, Benedict Cumberbatch, and more, while the females include Jennifer Aniston, Julianne Moore, Reese Witherspoon, and more.
See the full list here, and stay tuned for the show on January 25th.
SOURCE: E! News, Deadline | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, Pixar, Twitter, Wired
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