#The411: This Is Us Star Stands Up To Online Bullies

This Is Us Star Stands Up To Online Bullies

Lonnie Chavis, one of the smallest stars of NBC's "This Is Us," says he's been experiencing some online hate for the gap in between his two front teeth but don't worry, he can handle the criticism.  He’s more worried about others who who are bullied everyday. In an Instagram video, he addressed the trolling and spoke from the heart.

On a more positive note, mark your calendars for the premiere of This Is Us season 3 on September 25th at 9pm!


Grammy Awards Expanding Multiple Categories

In one of the most sweeping changes since the introduction of the Grammy Awards in 1959, the number of nominations in the record, song and album of the year and best new artist categories will expand from 5 to 8. The change takes effect immediately with the 61st Annual Grammy Awards next year.  Recording Academy president/CEO Neil Portnow said in a statement, "This creates more opportunities for a wider-range of recognition in these important categories and gives more flexibility to our voters when having to make the often challenging decisions about representing excellence and the best in music for the year. There is speculation this change is a result of only one female winning a Grammy during the televised portion of the awards.

The Walking Dead Is Getting A Pokemon Go Style Game

Like Pokemon Go and Harry Potter, Walking Dead fans are getting an IRL feel for the apocalypse with a new mobile game. Next Games has partnered with AMC Games to bring walkers and all of your favorite zombie hunting characters from screen to sidewalk. The game will be available on iOS and Android starting July 12, but you can preregister now. 


Jerry Seinfeld Defends Roseanne

Jerry Seinfeld says the penalty Roseanne Barr received after posting a racist tweet didn't fit the crime.While chatting about a new season of his Netflix show, "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," Jerry Seinfeld  said Roseanne Barr shouldn't have been fired for just one tweet. "I didn't see why it was necessary to fire her," the comedian said. "Why would you murder someone who's committing suicide?" He went on, "I never saw someone ruin their entire career with one button push…that was fresh."



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