With the release of her newest single "Malibu," there's no doubt that Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are stronger than ever. But could there still be a place for Nick Jonas in Miley's heart? In an interview with KOST 103.5, the interviewer teased Miley Cyrus about kissing Nick. Instead of avoiding the joke, Miley laughingly said "I know! Where the hell's Nick Jonas?!" Since the two are back to being friends, can we hope for a possible collab soon? (Just Jared Jr.)
Song Hye Kyo may have a lot of fans thanks to her hit K-drama shows, but in a recent episode of Poongmon Show, it was revealed that our favorite Korean actress and her mom were blackmailed by someone who Song Hye Kyo worked closely with. Back in 2005, Song Hye Kyo's mom received a letter asking for 250 million South Korean won and if they refused to give the money, "the blackmailer had prepared large vats of hydrochloric acid and hallucinogens to pour on their bodies." After careful investigation, they found out that the blackmailer was actually Song Hye Kyo's previous manager for three years. Eek! Watch the whole investigation unfold below. (Koreaboo)
Whether you were Team Camp Rock or Team HSM, it's no secret that Sharpay Evans was the character we all loved to hate but couldn't in High School Musical. Although Sharpay was often pictured as a spoiled, self-centered teen during the course of the TV movies, one Twitter user thinks otherwise, claiming that Sharpay was actually the victim in the movies.
A lot of people seem to agree with Karim's passionate argument including Ashley Tisdale herself! Read her funny tweet about the issue below. (Just Jared Jr.)
Speaking of High School Musical, Zac Efron is stripping off his Troy Bolton image for good with his new role as Ted Bundy, the infamous serial killer. Zac's upcoming flick Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile will be told through the eyes of Ted's girlfriend, who suspected her boyfriend for being involved in the disappearances of different young women in the '70s. Totes excited for this! (E! News)
It's time to say goodbye to our favorite Chanels because Fox just announced that they won't be renewing Scream Queens for terror-filled season. According to Entertainment Weekly, the second season, which included a star-studded cast—from Glee's Lea Michele to Twilight's Taylor Lautner—only garnered 2.3 million viewers. "It feels as if it was a complete series. We have no plans to go back and tell more stories there," Fox chair Gary Newman said. (Teen Vogue)
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