The Mature Reason Selena Chose to Take a Break From Her Relationship With Justin Bieber

Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber rekindled their romance in November, but just five months later, the two have reportedly decided to take a break.

Although initial reports from E! News credited their break to "a lot of little disagreements" and "one fight in particular" that escalated and caused them to split, we're now learning new details about why Selena chose to walk away after giving Justin another chance. According to Us Weekly, Selena's mom, Mandy Teefey, was the driving factor that caused the "Wolves" singer to reconsider her relationship.


Off They Go! Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel, and Their Son Silas Head Out on Tour

A post shared by Justin Timberlake (@justintimberlake) on Mar 12, 2018 at 7:34am PDT Justin Timberlake is hitting the road for the North American leg of his Man of the Woods tour, but he's not going alone.


McKinley teacher investigated for ‘repeated sexual acts’ with students

A McKinley Senior High School teacher has been suspended pending a Canton police investigation into allegations that the teacher “engaged in repeated sexual acts with District students,” according to a letter placing the teacher on unpaid leave.

The investigation started Thursday, although Superintendent Adrian Allison declined to say how school officials became aware of the situation.

The teacher was placed on unpaid administrative leave on Friday and will not receive pay or benefits until further notice, according to the letter, which was obtained by The Canton Repository through a public records request. The teacher also is not allowed to have contact with students or parents or set foot on school district property.

In a statement issued Saturday, Allison said district officials were aware of allegations made against a McKinley teacher.


Taylor Swift debuts “Delicate” music video and fans are here for it

Taylor Swift dropped her brand new music video for her single, "Delicate."


American Idol Season Premiere Recap: The Best, Worst and Wiggiest Auditions From Night 1 on ABC

Following a few words from Carrie Underwood — which, let’s be real, probably would have been spoken by Kelly Clarkson were it not for her commitment to The Voice — ABC on Sunday (finally!) returned American Idol to the airwaves.


Tragedy in Katy Perry Lawsuit

In 2015, Katy Perry wanted to buy a nun convent in Los Feliz, California. However, the owners, Sisters Catherine Rose Holzman and Rita Callanan aren't KatyCats. The Sisters refused, bringing another buyer and a lawsuit was filed.

Friday during a court proceeding, Sister Holzman, 89, collapsed and died. The tragedy occurred right after an interview with Fox 11, where Holzman pleaded, "And to Katy Perry, please stop. It’s not doing anyone any good except hurting a lot of people.


Drunk man gets a HUGE Uber bill after his 300-mile trip

A drunk Uber user was hit with a $1,635 bill after falling asleep and embarking on a 300-mile journey across three states. Click HERE to read the full story!


The world’s first flying car you can buy is now taking orders

Back to the Future: Part II said that we would have flying cars by the year 2015. The movie was pretty close because it sounds like we are getting flying cars in the year 2018. PAL-V is claiming that they have created the world’s first production-ready flying cars. At the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, the Dutch company has introduced the first commercially available flying cars – the PAL-V Liberty Sport and the PAL-V Liberty Pioneer.


Kent State plans to spend $1B on 10-year makeover of campus

KENT (AP) - Kent State University trustees have approved a plan to spend more than $1 billion over the next 10 years on a campus makeover.

The Akron Beacon Journal reports the vote Wednesday on the university's transformation plan will lead to new construction, building renovations, a campus gateway and the creation of bike and walking trails.


Grease returning to theaters to celebrate its 40th anniversary

The musical phenomenon Grease — starring John Travolta as greaser Danny and Olivia Newton-John as good-girl Sandy — is heading back to the big screen to celebrate its 40th anniversary. The viewings will be presented by Fathom Events and Paramount Pictures as part of the Turner Classic Movies Big Screen Classics series.


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