"The Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber" featured a number of entertainers telling crude jokes at pop star Justin Bieber's expense recently, but the singer still found time to speak about God's grace.
Bieber, 21, was the butt of the jokes of high profile people like Martha Stewart, Kevin Hart, Will Ferrell, Jeff Ross and Snoop Dogg. However, Bieber had a lot to say in his own speech when he admitted to some of his past mistakes.
"There was really no preparing me for this life. I was thrown into this at 12-years-old and I didn't really know what I was getting myself into,"Bieber said. "There's been moments I'm really proud of, and a lot of moments I look back and I'm pretty disappointed in myself for. But the things that I've done really don't define who I am." more >>
You won't believe your eyes when you see what this baby can do. At just 14 weeks, this baby is already clapping its hands along to a song … and it is amazing!
It's incredible to see a baby and what's it is up to during an ultrasound. But, as they looked closely, they realized this baby was having a great time when the parents began to sing. "If you're happy and you know it clap your hands!" What happens in this video is too cute for words, an amazing video that is a must see!
Check out this awesome video of a baby singing below: more >>
The long untitled "The Walking Dead" spinoff series has gotten itself a title. It is now officially called "Fear the Walking Dead." Aside from a title, the new series also aired its first trailer after the season five finale of "The Walking Dead."
The trailer which was aired on AMC hinted that Los Angeles will be hit with something big. Another report in the Business Insider says that the new series may just reveal the origins of the zombie apocalypse, something that the original series did not touch on. The report says that the trailer hints at "a flu-like virus" that started the whole thing and that this may have happened while Rick Grimes was comatose.
The new series has the comic book creator Robert Kirkman as one of the show's executive producers, together with Dave Erickson, Gale Hurd and Dave Alpert from "The Walking Dead" and special effects man Greg Nicotero. The series pilot was written by Kirkman and Erickson and will premiere late summer of 2015. more >>
Deitrick Haddon is expecting his third child with wife Dominique Haddon this summer.
Haddon, the 41-year-old singer-songwriter and minister, let it be known that he was expecting a child with his wife of two years backstage at the recent 30th annual Stellar Awards. The official Twitter page for the gospel music award show made the announcement last Saturday.
"Good news from backstage at the Stellar Awards: @DeitrickHaddon & his wife are having their 3rd child together," the Stellar Awards offical Twitter account reads. "Congrats! #StellarAwards30." more >>
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced that he will allow churches to use public schools for worship space following the U.S. Supreme Court's refusal to take up an appeal on the matter.
De Blasio will seek to revamp rules that presently bar congregations, such as the Bronx Household of Faith, from using public school buildings on weekends for worship.
Wiley Norvell, spokesperson for de Blasio, said in a statement that the effort was being made now that Bronx Household of Faith's legal effort has failed. more >>
Things are definitely getting more exciting as the first season of AMC's hugely-popular TV show series "Better Call Saul" continues with this week's penultimate episode titled "Pimento." And just like its parent show "Breaking Bad," Bob Odenkirk's prequel story of the criminal attorney, Saul Goodman, just keeps getting better as it nears its season's culmination.
Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan shared some insights on what to expect during the series finale.
"I will say what happens in the rest of the show surprised us. These characters went in directions we weren't expecting. The cast added such layers to these folks. This is the glory of television. We watched what the actors were doing as we shot the first few, and realized that some of our ideas of who these people were could be developed more," Gould told HitFix. more >>