Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner have put their divorce on hold for now, according to Us Magazine.
More than a year after the couple announced their split neither has filed divorce paperwork and sources say there are no plans as of now to file divorce papers.
Allegedly, the actress mentioned the divorce was going through very soon, but a few weeks ago things changed and it doesn’t seem she’s moving in that direction.
The sources add right now the couple is focused on their kids.
A photo taken at the scene of a fatal crash in Kentucky is getting a lot of attention because some are saying it shows a man’s spirit leaving his body.
The photo was posted on Facebook by Saul Vazquez.
The photo shows two ambulances with state troopers standing in between. There’s a gray area above the troopers’ heads that’s shaped like the figure of a man.
What do you guys think?
Are you addicted?
The mobile game, Pokemon Go, launched last Thursday, but people are already spending more time on the game than on the biggest social networks.
Research firm, SimilarWeb, has found that players are spending an average of 43 minutes a day on the game.
The next highest app on the list is WhatsApp at 30 minutes, followed by Instagram with 25 minutes, and Snapchat with nearly 23 minutes.
A separate study by eMarketer firm has found that Americans will spend an average of 22 minutes per day on Facebook.
Taylor Swift topped Forbes’ list of top paid celebrities.
The “Bad Blood” singer made a record $170 million from June 2015 to June 2016 to top the annual list.
One Direction came in second with $110 million followed by author James Patterson with $93 million, Dr. Phil McGraw was fourth with $88 million and Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo rounded out the top five with $88 million.
Adele came in ninth with $80.5 million, Madonna was 12th with $76.5 million and Rihanna came in 13th with $75 million.
A federal appeals court ruling means that millions of people could be considered “federal criminals” for sharing passwords for services like Netflix and HBO Go.
The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision came last week in the case of a former employee at a headhunter firm, who used his former assistant’s login information to log onto the company’s database as he prepared to launch a competing firm.
The former employee was eventually charged with conspiracy and theft of trade secrets. He was sentenced to prison time, probation, and nearly $900,000 in restitution and fines.
The man’s conviction was based on the law that makes it a crime to “knowingly defraud and access a protected computer without authorization.”
One of the judges in the appeals court said the new decision also makes “consensual password sharing” a prosecutable offense, which loses sight of the anti-hacking purpose that the law was really intended for in the first place.
The next time you go to concert don’t drink coffee for a while afterward. Based on a new study, it could hurt your hearing.
Scientists suspected certain substances hurt the ear’s ability to recover, so they exposed a group of female albino guinea pigs to 110-dB “pure tone sound”, which is equivalent of a rock concert, for a full hour on two occasions.
Half were given 25mg of caffeine for 15 days, while the other half went without. A day after listening to the sound, both groups showed similar hearing impairment. But after eight days, the caffeine-free group’s hearing had recovered almost completely, whereas the caffeine group still had difficulty.
Their research confirmed that exposure to loud noise coupled with daily consumption of 25mg of caffeine had a clear negative impact on hearing recovery.
Just try to avoid coffee or soda temporarily after a concert or other noisy encounter.
Kate Hudson posted a completely nude photo on Instagram Thursday. In the shot, Hudson is striking a pose by the window of her house while stark naked.
She captioned the snap, “Almost Friday.”
Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck may be back together for good, after announcing their separation a year ago.
The couple never actually filed for divorce, and now Jennifer’s dad, Bill Garner, is opening up about why Ben couldn’t call it quits with his daughter.
He said he and wife Patricia are “awful proud” of Jen and how she’s handled the split and slow reconciliation. When asked if the divorce was off, Bill said, “I would prefer not to comment on her plans. Any news will come from her and not from us.”
But he hinted at the qualities that have kept Ben around, even after his flirtation with the family’s nanny, Christine Ouzounian. Bill says Jennifer and her two sisters were all raised with the work ethic and common-sense values that can be rare in Hollywood.
He said, “They do well, and we think that their heads are screwed on pretty well.”
Jennifer and Ben have been closer than ever in recent months, vacationing with their kids in Europe while Ben filmed “Justice League.” They also continue to share a family home in L.A.
Remember Becky With the Good Hair drama involving Beyoncé, Lemonade, Jay Z, and Becky?
The internet thought or still thinks Rachel Roy is Becky. However, Rachel Roy quick to deny everything.
Well Rachel is back with her first major interview since all the drama. But she isn’t talking about Becky or Lemonade..instead she talks about how she maintains her hair and other things.
I only colored my hair once, and I regretted it. You really have to make a commitment to maintain it. At that point, I just wanted to know what I would look like as a light brunette, but it wasn’t a good look for me. Now I go to Tracey Cunningham for a gloss, to brighten it, and then someone at her salon Mèche cuts it. On occasion, I do get oil treatments where they put oil on your scalp row by row and then massage you for 30 minutes. It’s amazing because my scalp gets dry. That’s why I only wash my hair about once a week. I’m a dry shampoo girl because of that. I can get a blowout to last me a whole week. If I get it styled, I like braids or a ponytail. I like it done really high and tight because it gives your face a little lift.