The second night of the season finale of the NBC show is undoubtedly a star-studded night as Taylor Swift and Brendon Urie, Jonas Brothers, Khalid, BTS and Halsey hit the stage to perform.
Fans are wondering if they will get to see the 20-year-old model, whom the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star has been dating for almost 2 years, on his upcoming E! series.
The Canadian singing diva looks less than excited when the British host offers strangers a pair of her heels for free, screaming and gripping them tightly before eventually passing them over.
In related news, 'The View' co-host Meghan McCain has issued an apology for spilling the beans about the new ruler of Westeros in the show's series finale in a recent episode of her talk show.
Co-host Nessa attempts to have 'an open, healthy conversation' with the 27-year-old, though it doesn't end up smoothly with her walking off set while breaking down in tears after feigning her innocence.
In their first group date of the current season of the ABC show, the men are asked to strutt their stuff in speedos and compete in a talent competition since the leading lady is a pageant girl.
The episode sees Maelyn Jarmon, Gyth Rigdon, Dexter Roberts and Andrew Sevener performing a new and an original song in addition to hitting the stage with their respective coach for a duet.
When speaking about her scheduled appearance, the 'Game of Thrones' actress explains that her interest was stimulated by the story of how someone transforms his pain into a character.
The former star of 'Rob and Chyna' has previously launched a lawsuit against Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian and Kris Jenner, accusing them of interfering with her show.
The actress famous for her role as Sansa Stark on the hit HBO series claims that she loves the show's ending and the conclusion for her character was what she's been striving for.
Other cast members who honor the fan-favorite musical series include Matthew Morrison, who played the glee club adviser Will Schuester, and Artie Abrams depicter Kevin McHale.
As 'Brain Damage' by Pink Floyd plays in the background, the footage features Paul's character in various precarious situations before he meets one suspicious woman in a dark tunnel.
This arrives after fans saw a Starbucks-style disposable hot drink holder lurking onscreen during a feast scene at the beginning of episode 4 of the HBO show's the eighth and final season.
In the Sunday, May 19 episode, one of the Top 3, Laine Hardy, Alejandro Aranda and Madison VanDenburg, was announced as the winner of the current season of the long-running NBC show.
The final episode of the hit HBO fantasy series sees the aftermath of Daenerys Targaryen burning and destroying King's Landing with fire although Cersei has surrendered by ringing the bells.
Daenerys Targaryen depicter Emilia Clarke reveals that the HBO show 'has shaped me as a woman,' while Sophie Turner thanks her character Sansa Stark for teaching her 'resilience' and 'bravery.'
In the 2-minute-and-2-second explosive clip, Meghan (Tiffany Marie Smith) is seen confronting her former lighting direct father over the phone as she asks him about the staged paparazzi photos.
Aside from dropping hints about the ending of the hit HBO show, the former 'Hollyoaks' star opens up about the time fans made her feel 'really self-conscious, like I'm under surveillance.'
The revelation of Jade as the new cast member of the MTV reality show is reportedly to air next week on Kailyn Lowry's podcast which is just in time for the 'Teen Mom 2' reunion.
Ron Howard, on the other hand, has decided to continue with shooting Amy Adams-starring 'Hillbilly Elegy' in Georgia, but stresses he will boycott the state when the bill goes into effect in January 2020.