Over the last week, Miley has been wearing the Neil Lane engagement ring Hemsworth proposed with back in 2012. Now sources are confirming the pair is definitely engaged again. “Miley is beyond happy to be engaged to Liam again. It might seem sudden, but they have been very close for the past few months,” a source revealed to PEOPLE.
The source also revealed that this time around, the couple plans to keep things on the low, telling the site: “They just wanted to keep their relationship out of the spotlight while they figured things out,” says the source. “Liam never liked how exposed his life was with Miley.”
Congrats again, Miley and Liam.
The Bill Cosby accusations have been a touchy subject for most people to discuss, let alone poke fun at on television.
But NBC’s The Carmichael Show is not afraid to tackle taboo topics, and this time, Mr. Cosby is the main subject. For season 2 of the hit sitcom, Jerrod Carmichael wrote an episode about Bill Cosby. According to EW, the episode explores the themes of fallen heroes, loss, and the difficult process of trying to separate the artist from the art.
The plot begins with Maxine becoming upset when Jerrod surprises her with tickets to a Cosby concert, igniting a firestorm of debate within the family. “The episode is [about] the dilemma of any fan. Carmichael revealed, “And it’s a thing that I’ve found myself going through with Bill Cosby in my personal life, being a comedian and in the same industry and admiring him. But I think a lot of people go through these things with whoever they’re a fan of, anytime this happens. It’s about that moment of decision, where you’re trying to figure out how to adjust that fan-person relationship. It’s about that moment where you’re trying to figure out: Where do we place Bill Cosby in our minds?”
The Carmichael Show’s second season is set to launch this spring. Check out Jerrod Carmichael’s full interview here.
Although casting directors aren’t really acknowledged by the Oscars, this year’s Artios Awards did a great job at shining some light on them.
The Casting Society of America’s annual bicoastal celebration of casting in film and TV has managed to honor the eventual Best Picture winner at every ceremony since 2009. This year’s winners include The Big Short, which won in Big Budget Comedy; Room, which won in Studio or Independent Drama; and Straight Outta Compton, which won for Feature Film Big Budget Drama.
Check out the full winners list here.
Facebook is making major moves and giving ESPN a run for their money.
The social networking site just launched Sports Stadium, a new feature that gives sports fans a one-stop location for live scores and commentary. It’s like the sports version of Twitter – except on Facebook, according to reports.
Facebook has 650 million sports fans; it’s five times as many people as watched the Super Bowl last year, and twice as many as Twitter has on its entire platform. ESPN has fewer than 100 million subscribers.
Facebook Sports Stadium currently covers only American football games and will have a big test ahead of next month’s Super Bowl on Feb. 7.