What's going viral? Who's been the top trending topic on Twitter? And what are the news stories that had us obsessed today? There's plenty of can't-miss stuff out there beyond our Bravoverse. And every day, we're rounding up all the must-see stories, Tweets, Instagrams, YouTubes, Vines, and more in one handy place. Enjoy!
American Idol Get Cancelled
It's officially over for American Idol! It's been confirmed that the show will end its epic run on the small screen in 2016. The show will forever be known as the series that launched the careers of Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Jordin Sparks, Daughtry, Jennifer Hudson and former host Brian Dunkleman. Oh, wait, nevermind. Idol host Ryan Seacrest, and Dunkleman, both reacted to the news with some heart and some humor.
Prince Harry's Ready to Be a Dad?
Stop what you're doing. Prince Harry shared he's ready to be a dad. "Of course, I would love to have kids right now. But there's a process that one has to go through," he told Sky News. He didn't really elaborate on said process, but we're pretty sure this isn't it. Regardless, we volunteer as tribute.
Lea Michele Remembers Cory Monteith
This July marks the two year anniversary of Cory Monteith's death. And to pay tribute to her late boyfriend and Glee co-star Lea Michele took to social media to celebrate what would have been his 33rd birthday. The touching Tweet included a photo of the late actor behind the drum kit with a big smile on his face. It also served as a reminder of just how adorable and talented he was.
The Stars Gather for Jeopardy
This. Is. Jeopardy. And this week just so happens to be celebrity week on the longtime game show, which just means we finally get to see how smart Debra Messing, Wendi McLendon-Covey and Josh Gad are. They are among the celebs who have been enlisted to appear on the show and get their smarty pants on. Who will Alex Trebek stump? We can't wait to find out!
Kanye West Won't Smile For You
Kanye West isn't a big fan of smiling, but sometimes it happens. Though, it turns out, he'd prefer it didn't happen when you have your cameras all up in his business. And there's video proof of it. Yeezy was at a Bulls game in Chicago over the weekend where he turned that famous frown upside down for a brief moment in time. Someone in the crowd caught him in action—but he quickly shut it down when he realized someone was filming his jolly expression. Luckily, there's a Vine of the whole incident that you can just watch on loop.