Watch Reese Witherspoon & Sofia Vergara Lip Sync ‘Party In The USA’

Reese Witherspoon recently shared a hilarious Instagram video of herself and “Hot Pursuit” co-star Sofia Vergara lip syncing to Miley Cyrus‘ “Party in the USA.”

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‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Fans Launch Petition To Bring Back McDreamy

“Grey’s Anatomy” killed off Patrick Dempsey’s Derek Shepherd on Thursday night, and one fan launched a petition on Change.org in an effort to bring McDreamy back. “It’s like you’ve killed the President of’ Grey’s Anatomy’!” petition creator Courtney Williams wrote. “YOU HAVE TO BRING DEREK BACK! NOW! IMMEDIATELY!”

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Some Fan Sent Kylie Jenner A Bunch Of Pizza And A Marriage Proposal

Would you accept approximately 20 pizzas in exchange for your hand in marriage? Maybe? Thinking about it?

A fan of Kylie Jenner’s clearly thought the whole “diamond ring” thing is overrated, and went straight for what he or she thought would win over the heart of any 17-year-old girl: a stack of pizzas delivered right to her door.

In a preview of Sunday night’s episode of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” the reality TV family is understandably freaked out when they receive the unexpected delivery, which includes a message that says “Kylie, marry me?” Per Kris Jenner:

“This isn’t funny. No, this is fucking nuts.”

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Jay Z Responds To Tidal Criticism On Twitter

Jay Z’s music- and video-streaming service Tidal has been experiencing a wave of bad press ever since its March launch. Critics have predicted the failure of the subscription-only service, enumerated its problems and declared it already a flop based on its position in Apple’s App Store. Mumford & Sons and Death Cab for Cutie’s Ben Gibbard have been among the musicians to speak out against it. But Jay Z is standing by his service.

On Sunday, the rapper and mogul took to Twitter to offer a multi-part defense of Tidal, using the hashtag #TidalFacts. Jay Z assured his followers that “Tidal is doing just fine” with more than 770,000 subscriptions. “Please give us a chance to grow & get better,” he wrote.

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