Today in best exes news, Andrew Garfield was spotted not only giving ex-girlfriend Emma Stone a standing ovation when she was announced as the Best Actress for La La Land at the Oscars, or giving her (and her brother!) a hug that same night, but also looking adoringly at her while she was giving her acceptance speech. Some even say he teared up! Take a look at this pic and you be the judge. (via seventeen.com)
Remember the ending of One Direction's "History," music video? When all the lads went their separate ways and it was thought to be a foreshadowing of what was to become of the band? Apparently, it wasn't intended to be symbolic! Video directors Ben Winston, Calvin Aurand, and Gabe Turner revealed to MTV that it wasn't intentional at all. "I think too much has been read into that ending where they walk off in different directions. Because actually, they do run back together at the end. Yeah, originally they ran in separate directions and then they ran back together and that's actually how it was planned," Ben said. But running back together didn't look that great so they cut it out and left it that way—no deeper meaning and all. Want proof? Watch the video below!
If you're wondering why Selena Gomez wasn't at the Oscars—like, what could be more important than Oscars night, right?—it's because she was in her beau The Weeknd's concert in Zurich, Switzerland that same night. She was spotted in the crowd watching and later on shared some backstage stories, which revealed her term of endearment for him. In an Instagram story, Sel shared a video of the concert in which she's heard cooing, "Ooh, baby!" when the camera pans to The Weeknd. Aww, girl's in love!
It's not even March yet, but Liza Soberano already welcomed the summer with a fresh, new look! Liza now sports a lob, and looks fresher than ever! (via pep.ph)
Ooh! It looks like Lorde is releasing new music this week! Here's what we know so far: She recently took to Twitter to post "u hungry?" which was immediately followed by "imwaitingforit.com" The link leads to a page with a video of the 20-year-old entertainer at the backseat of a car eating and drinking soda. The video then cuts to "3.2.17 NYC" and "3.3.17" NZ," which we assume is the release dates of her album: March 2 in New York City and March 3 in New Zealand. Not only that, the header page is titled "M*******A," probably the title of her new album! (via justjaredjr.com)
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