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Lisa Bonet

Lisa Bonet is back on the scene, y’all.

The beautiful actress, who famously starred as Denise on The Cosby Show, joins the cast of Ray Donovan in it’s fourth season. Lisa is all set to play Marisol, who Showtime describes as “an unstable woman with a damaging secret.”

Ray Donovan will return later this year.

Author J.K. Rowling Visits The Empire State Building

Is J.K. Rowling the comeback queen?

Scottish politician Natalie McGarry and writer Kevin Williamson tried to catch J.K. Rowlin’ dirty – but not so fast, haters. Here’s how it went down.

McGarry hopped on Twitter and apologized to J.K. for using a screenshot of a conversation she was having on Twitter. That’s when Williamson asked why she should apologize at all.

J.K. then signed on to Twitter and threw a little shade their way, courtesy of rapper Chamillionaire.

Head over to Mashable to see what happened next in the hilarious feud.

Rock in Rio 2013

Justin Timberlake and Will.I.Am are facing a lawsuit due to their collaborative 2006 track, “Damn Girl.”

From PEOPLE:

Justin Timberlake and Will.I.Am (né Will Adams) are being sued for their collaborative work on the song “Damn Girl” which was featured on Timberlake’s 2006 album, Futuresex/Lovesounds, according to a lawsuit obtained by PEOPLE.

PK Music Performance group brought the suit against the musicians over the track “A New Day Is Here At Last,” describing it as “one of the most recognizable songs from the disco era,” adding that Timberlake and Adams’ music too closely imitates the song, which was originally copyrighted in 1969 by Perry Kibble, and performed by J.D. Davis.

The site continues:

According to the documents, PK Music Performance renewed the copyright license again in January, 17 years after Kibble died and handed off the rights to his sister Janis McQuinton – who is also the principal of PK Music Performance. She handed over the copyright to the company this past December.

In return for Timberlake and Adam’s performance of the song on the album, in concert, and on a DVD of recorded shows at Madison Square Garden, PK Music Performance is asking that no one in the singers’ camps distribute or publicly perform “Damn Girl.”

On top of that, the company wants an undisclosed amount that includes an “award for actual damages,” profits from the song, and attorney’s fees, as well as handing over all known copies of the song, to be destroyed by PK Music Performance.

We will continue to keep you updated, as more information surfaces.

Jennifer Lopez is still Jenny from the block, and she proved as much when she hit up Jimmy Fallon‘s teen girl Tonight Show segment, Ew.

From Entertainment Weekly:

Jimmy Fallon has brought some of his biggest standby bits with him to L.A. On Wednesday night, Fallon produced another episode of “Ew!,” the long-running bit in which he plays bratty, near-incomprehensible teen girl host Sara. He was joined by Gabby — Jennifer Lopez in pigtails and a cat shirt.

Check out the clip above.

Social Networking And Blogging Website Twitter

Twitter added a GIF button!

The social networking site announced the new, official feature in a blog post on Wednesday. From Digital Trends:

The search button, unveiled by the company in a blog post, will make it easier for Twitter users to jazz up their tweets and direct messages with the entertaining image loops.

With users on the microblogging site sharing more than 100 million GIFs in 2015, and other apps like Facebook Messenger, Tumblr, and Tinder already including native GIF search tools, it’s about time Twitter joined the party.

Read more here.

SOURCE: IndieWire,MashablePEOPLE, Digital Trends, Entertainment Weekly| PHOTO CREDIT: Getty

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