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Not all women are so lucky, Julia says, so let’s fight all cancers and make universal healthcare  👀

Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus has breast cancer


Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus revealed on Thursday that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer. She made the announcement on her Instagram account, starting the post with, “1 in 8 women get breast cancer. Today I’m the one.”

The six-time Emmy award winner thanked her friends and family, but also used the announcement to advocate for universal healthcare. “The good news is that I have the most glorious group of supportive and caring family and friends, and fantastic insurance through my union,”…

Viewers could not believe what they were seeing, & they were right 👀

Deaf community outraged after interpreter signed gibberish before Irma

More and more damage is being assessed in the days and weeks after Hurricane Irma ravaged the Southeast region — and one problem, in particular, has a certain community outraged.

Days before the devastation smacked Florida with its violent winds and lasting rainfall, Manatee County called an important gathering for the press as Hurricane Irma was approaching the Tampa Bay area. They were all set to announce crucial information but one thing was missing — an interpreter for the deaf.

So, officials …

Kelly's first guests are disappointed that they appeared on her show 👀

Megyn Kelly's morning career off to a tough start

Despite countless advertisements featuring Megyn Kelly getting friendly with the masses, the new NBC "Today" talk show host has failed to impress audiences during her first days with the morning program. On Monday's show—Kelly's first day on the job—she managed to offend not only the stars of NBC's "Will & Grace," but also the entire gay community.

During the segment, in which the cast and writers of "Will & Grace" appeared to promote the show's return to the network, Kelly invited a superfan up …

Laughs, perfectly-orchestrated action, gadgets that'll make you wish you were a spy 👀

'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' successfully mixes comedy and action together

"Kingsman: The Golden Circle" dominated its box-office opening night. Is this sequel better than the previous installment? Director Matthew Vaughn asks fans not to hold their breath.

"You don't set out to make it better," said Vaughn in an interview with ComicBook.com. "I wanted to see these characters again, I wanted to see how they grew and I wanted to make an organic, authentic experience."

After their headquarters are destroyed, members of Kingsman head overseas to meet a secret spy organizati…

Reporting the weather just got more viral 👀

Talk about letting the wind blow! Meteorologist farts during live broadcast

U.S. weatherman Chris Dunn took weather reporting to a whole new level when he let the wind blow during a live TV broadcast.

According to The Sun, the WPMI chief meteorologist was halfway through reading out the temperatures when he briefly paused, took a confident preparatory step back, bent his knees and let one rip. Without a hint of embarrassment, he went on reporting the weather.

Just before the hilarious and noticeably loud fart, he was predicting “a fairly quiet weekend” in Pensacola.      …

Make up your mind, ESPN 👀

ESPN's hypocrisy: Nothing happens after anchor calls Trump a white supremacist

Earlier this week, ESPN anchor and reporter Jemele Hill created a bit of controversy for writing a series of tweets in which she called President Donald Trump a “white supremacist.” She also referred to him as a bigot and said he was both unqualified and unfit to be president.

ESPN responded to this incident with a statement where they said they did not condone what Hill said about the president and that she had been reprimanded for her tweets, but no further punishment was announced.