New year, new her. Selena Gomez dropped this selfie showing off her fierce new lob, right after photos surfaced of her getting cozy with The Weeknd. You go, girl. Plus, Kylie Jenner's icy blonde bob and 8 other beauty looks we loved this week.
Looks like Priyanka Chopra got Friday-the-Thirteenthed...
The Pantene ambassador / action star is now resting comfortably at home after a fall on the set of her ABC show Quantico. Chopra, 34, apparently fell, suffered a concussion while shooting, and was rushed to the hospital. The network is calling it a "minor incident".
She's now been released and is expected to be back at work on Monday.
Don't know your TFSA from your RRSP? Confused about whether you should save or pay back your debt? Trying to save for the future but feel like you never have anything left over after your bills, bills, bills?
Us too. Which is why we turned to finance expert and Amex spokesperson Rubina Ahmed-Haq for a little personal finance question-and-answer session.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie just released their first joint statement post-divorce announcement...and it's basically a guarantee that you'll never hear from either of them again on the matter.
A day after Brad's surprise Globes appearance, he and his estranged wife Angelina shut the book on several months of rather nasty legal back-and-forth about their divorce-in-progress.
According to CNN, they've agreed to seal all of the court proceedings moving forward in the interest of their six children. This is particularly relevant since Angelina is suing for physical custody of the brood while Pitt is asking for joint custody.
The fact that they're agreeing to seal the proceedings is a big deal because just a month ago Pitt filed to do this himself, claiming he wanted to protect his children's privacy. Jolie's people fired back that he was actually doing it to protect himself. Pitt then responded by filing further docs with the court containing the infamous claim that Angeline has "no self-regulating mechanism".
Today's new statement, however, concludes on a civil note:
"The parents are committed to act as a united front to effectuate recovery and reunification."