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A lawsuit filed in Los Angeles by woman as "Jane Doe" details multiple allegations of assault and sexual battery, as well as claims that he failed to pay her wages.
The singer partnered with her daughter on a new song.
"I choose to follow people that think like me and not like me and I think that is really the healthiest perspective," she said.
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Biles and Owens (and their dogs!) have been going strong for several months.
She had kept her daughter's name under wraps since welcoming her in September.
"Other than that we are doing amazing," the singer wrote on Instagram.
The director and choreographer created a new performance called “Dance Across America” for the inauguration.
"OH MY GOD !!!!!!!!!!" the supermodel tweeted after realizing President Joe Biden's official account follows her on Twitter.
Chappelle surprised the couple and then posed for their pictures as a way to add to their special day.
During Wednesday evening's inaugural celebration event, Bruce Springsteen performed a powerful rendition of his song "Land of Hope and Dreams."
The "Fuller House" alum shares three children with husband Valeri Bure.
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Harris has made history as the first female, the first Black American and the first South Asian American to become vice president.
Masterson was not present in Los Angeles County Superior Court.
The internet was talking more about what happened after the Country Music Hall of Famer's performance.
Lopez has become the go-to performer at events the entire nation is watching.
The pop star sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” moments before the 46th president of the United States took his oath of office.
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Teigen also shared several photos of herself in Washington, D.C., as the city prepares to welcome President-elect Biden.