Arriving in style at Universal Studios in Studio City, CA, Austin Mahone was honored as a special guest on the celebrity show "Extra."
The "Banga Banga" singer strolled around in the park walking with a pair of burly-looking guys, who were most likely his security guards. The 17-year-old was dressed all in blue, sporting a denim button down and jeans, and wearing a yellow cap.
Adding to the tragedy in the wake of Paul Walker's death, first responders to the fatal crash declared the actor dead almost immediately after their arrival.
Firefighters arrived less than 3 minutes after a 911 call alerted them to the crash, and amidst the coding, the phrases, "We have one vehicle fully engulfed...We have confirmed two DOA...again confirmed, two fatalities," was heard over the transmission.
Andy Cohen can never resist asking the questions everyone is dying to know. And he did so with a vengeance on Thursday's (December 5) episode of Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live," with Zoe Saldana as his target.
Instead of asking her about her major breakthroughs, such as "Avatar," or the "Star Trek" series, Andy said, "She has starred in some major blockbusters, but there's one film that stands out from the rest. My fave, that's right, "Crossroads," with Britney Spears."
Coming out with a fun, albeit devious Christmas special, Jimmy Kimmel brought in the Truth Fairy, and a "lie detector" in order to check whether or not children were telling the truth about the naughty and nice things they've done this year.
Six-year-old Fletcher, was first interrogated by Officer Kimmel, with some help from sidekick Guillermo Truth Fairy, about his behavior over the last 12 months.