Miley Cyrus' Sister Clears Up the Wedding Rumors

by Macy Alcaraz   |  Mar 14, 2017
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After Miley Cyrus' dad posted a photo of her wearing a white dress on Instagram captioned, "I am so are happy," fans started to speculate the Miley already got married to her beau Liam Hemsworth. But in an interview with Entertainment Tonight at Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards, her little sister Noah Cyrus cleared up the rumors. They're not yet married, FYI. But whenever the two decide to finally get married, they'll be sure to have her support because she has this to say about her bro-in-law-to-be, "I love him." We mean, who doesn't, right? (via

A private wedding—so it's actually possible in Hollywood. Just ask Dave Franco and Alison Brie who got married without tipping off the press! While there are no details about the super hush-hush wedding, we're sending our best wishes to the newlyweds. They confirmed their engagement back in August 2015. (via


ICYMI, the first trailer of Ansel Elgort's new movie is out! In Baby Driver, he plays a getaway driver named, get this, Baby. In his latest project, he shares screen time with Lily James (Cinderella), Kevin Spacey (House of Cards), and Jamie Foxx (The Amazing Spider-Man 2). NBD! Are you excited to see this in August? Because we know we are! (via

We're not sure if this is just a coincidence or a deliberate move, but it seems like The Weeknd's new music video features a model who looks like his ex Bella Hadid. There's a part when Abel and Kiko Mizuhara, whose striking beauty seems to resemble Bella's in some angles in the music video, both turn to stone and crumble. Is that supposed to mean anything? Of course, we could all just be reading too much into this, but hit play and see the video and decide for yourself. (via

Selena Gomez is helping find a cure for lupus, an autoimmune disease that she was diagnosed with. The singer-actress, who took a hiatus after suffering anxiety and depression, made a major donation to University of California's Keck School of Medicine. The contribution will kickstart the Selena Gomez Fund for Lupus Research, which will be used to pilot research on treating complications that stem from lupus. What an awesome project to get involved in, Sel! (via

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