Through his now-deleted Instagram account, Garrett Yrigoyen allegedly 'liked' some controversial memes, one of which suggests that Parkland student David Hogg is a crisis actor.
The episode featured the first Golden Buzzer in the new season, which kicked off on Tuesday, May 29.
Meanwhile, her 'Roseanne' co-star John Goodman looked pissed while walking his dog shortly after the news of ABC pulling the plug on the show broke.
It is believed to be Constand's only interview after Cosby was found guilty of drugging and sexually assaulting her in 2004.
The first night saw some suitors arriving in such interesting ways, while some others allegedly had wrong intentions in joining the show.
The actor, who has portrayed Rick Grimes since the first episode in 2010, has opted not to renew his contract for the upcoming ninth season.
Though Roseanne Barr has apologized for comparing Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett to ape, ABC decides to cancel the show.
There's allegedly some mounting tension between Witherspoon and the veteran actress on the set of the hit HBO drama series as Witherspoon is 'really unfriendly' to her co-stars.
The former race car driver, who dumped Becca Kufrin on TV, says he feels '100 percent' betrayed over the way he was portrayed when he broke off his engagement to Becca.
'He made some really dumb decisions,' the host says of Arie, who made a controversial decision in his season of the ABC dating show.
The model says that the famous family 'falsely' claims that the alleged physical abuse of ex-fiance Rob Kardashian contributed to the show's demise.
Despite a PSA and mature content disclaimer, the second season of the series is considered to have 'potentially harmful content' in its storylines which may "harm teens and children.'
Since mobile phones were banned from the set of the HBO drama, the Khaleesi depicter wrote a daily journal to remember the final season.
Langford bids farewell to her character Hannah Baker as other characters let her go in the second season finale.
The 7-piece Korean superstar stopped by in the Friday, May 25 episode of 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' only to get pranked by the host.
The new show will be written by Stewart Harcourt and based on a 2013 biography by Kendra Bean.
The Maroon 5 frontman and the 'Late Late Show' host were belting out 'She Will Be Loved' when they heard a siren as a police officer pulled up beside them.
'It's hard. And I know demanding hours, but it was scary for me,' the 'Shades of Blue' actress says.
Netflix announces the news in a statement which reads, 'At this time we have decided not to move ahead with promotional activity in the U.K. but hope to bring the cast back at another time.'
The cast members of the series insist that the storyline is an important subject matter that needs to be heard.