If you were getting into your car late at night and saw a shirt wrapped around your windshield wiper blade, what would…
Mama June Shannon may just need to change her name to Hot Mama June. After undergoing weight loss surgery, the matriarch of the Here Comes Honey Boo Boo family will reveal her new body on the reality TV screen in WE tv’s new docu-dramedy Mama June: From Not to Hot. But first, her daughters Alana (known better to fans as “Honey Boo Boo”) and Lauryn (AKA “Pumpkin”) stopped by Entertainment Tonight to explain how their mother went from 460 lbs. to a size 4. “She had gastric sleeve back in May of 2015, and then she slowly started losing weight, and the reason she got the gastric sleeve was because she hit a plateau - she couldn’t lose any weight,” Pumpkin explained of her mom’s surgery to make her stomach smaller.
On Thursday, President Donald Trump is holding a "listening session" with 24 manufacturing CEOs...
An Alabama grandfather is accused of murdering his son this week to save his 12-year-old granddaughter from abuse, authorities tell PEOPLE. Hubbard Junior Hall, 64, was taken into custody on Tuesday shortly after he allegedly shot his 41-year-old son, Mark, at a home in Baldwin County, Alabama, according to the Baldwin sheriff’s office. “Apparently the discharged bullet hit rib cage and ricocheted into his chest cavity, where it caused severe bleeding,” Baldwin sheriff’s Capt. Stephen Arthur tells PEOPLE.
Etterlene DeBarge, the mother of Jackson's ex-husband James DeBarge, tells Inside Edition she thinks she's found the truth.
As a “heartbroken” Sean Hannity mourns the death of his longtime friend and Fox News sparring partner Alan Colmes, he also wants to celebrate the life and selfless spirit of the late political commentator. “ we first talked about it, you know, typical Alan style, his first statement to me was, ‘I don’t want my wife to worry or be upset,’ ” Hannity recalls. The former Hannity & Colmes co-hosts were more than just colleagues, they were great friends who were able to grow together.
Martellus Bennett, the Patriots tight end who just won his first Super Bowl, should have the ability to cash in this offseason as a free agent. Unless, of course, he’s willing to take less money to remain in New England, which is exactly what Patriots fans are hoping for. But those fans probably shouldn’t get their hopes up. Or, at the very least, they should keep those hopes to themselves, because on Wednesday, Bennett told fans to stop telling him to take a pay cut. He did it in the most Bennett way. On Twitter, he wrote: “All I’m saying is cut your own grass don’t be all in my garden f------ with my fruit while weeds are growing all over yours.” Makes sense. He also posted this: He’s not