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Billie Eilish Says Her New Mullet Is the Result of a Botched Dye Job

Billie Eilish channeled Joan Jett by rocking a mullet while attending an arts gala in Los Angeles alongside her brother on Saturday, and fans immediately voiced their approval for her new 'do. But don't expect it to last for long: Eilish tells TMZ that the mullet was the result of a botched dye job, during which a stylist burned half of her hair off. As for her future follicle plans, Eilish says, "I'm growing that s**t out."


Ed Sheeran's Real-Life Uncle Is the Mobster Robert De Niro Plays in "The Irishman"

Ed Sheeran, mafia nephew? It seems the character Robert De Niro plays in Martin Scorsese's new movie The Irishman is related to everyone's favorite British pop star. "They’re related, you know. Honest to God--I swear on my nana’s life," Irishman castmember Stephen Graham told The Sun last week about the singer and Irish-American mobster Frank Sheeran. "That’s what Ed said; he says it’s his distant uncle." Graham added that Sheeran discussed the mobster with Graham when they met a few months ago. Graham also says the movie is "based on true events, on Frank Sheeran. Before he passed away, he gave all this information to a ­journalist who turned it into a book.” That book, by the way, is titled I Heard You Paint Houses--because Frank was infamous for splattering his victims' blood on walls. The Irishman is in theaters now and arrives on Netflix on November 27.


Kevin Hart Makes 1st Appearance Since Car Crash at 2019 People’s Choice Awards

Less than three months after suffering severe injuries in after a scary car accident, comedian Kevin Hart made his first official appearance at the 2019 People's Choice Awards on Sunday. Hart walked onto the stage to Kanye West's "Stronger" to accept the award for Comedy Act of 2019, E! reports. "First and foremost, thank God because I definitely don't have to be here," Hart said. "Being that I am, it makes me appreciate life even more. It makes me appreciate the things that really matter. Family. I want to thank my wife and kids, who really stepped up to the plate for me." Hart also thanked his fans and said their energy has helped in his recovery. "My appreciation for life is through the roof," he added. "So, don't take today for granted, 'cause tomorrow's not promised." 


"Law & Order: SVU" to Become U.S.'s Longest-Running Live-Action Primetime Series Ever This Week

When season 21 of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit premieres Thursday on NBC, it will be making television history. According to the AP, producer Dick Wolf's series will become the longest-running U.S. primetime live-action series ever, pulling ahead of the classic Gunsmoke and the original Law & Order. Wolf is one of TV's busiest producers, and last year had five shows that were watched by over 50 million viewers. Wolf almost set the record when the original Law & Order was picked up for Season 21, but was canceled at the last minute by NBC. This self-proclaimed "network" guy is also taking a plunge into streaming with another Law & Order spinoff that may be a bit too heavy for broadcast: Law & Order: Hate Crimes.