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Hoda Kotb shares loving tribute to Joel Schiffman on 4th anniversary

Happy anniversary, Hoda Kotb and Joel Schiffman!

On Monday, the new parents to baby Haley Joel celebrated four years together, and to mark the occasion, Kotb shared a sweet photo of her boyfriend and her daughter at the beach.

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“4 years together and getting better every day,” she wrote alongside the post.

Baby Haley shares Kotb’s last name, but the new mom insisted that her daughter will know Schiffman as her father.

“Haley will call him 'Dad,'” Kotb previously clarified, according to People. “He’s such a great dad and a great influence.”

Schiffman is also the father to a 23-year-old daughter, Kyle.

Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay says watching the show is hard

As fans watch ABC’s “The Bachelorette” with bated breaths, Rachel Lindsey says watching the show might be the hardest part of the entire experience for her.

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Lindsey already told the world she’s engaged. So that means her fiancé is watching everything she does with the other men. Awkward? Absolutely.

“That’s the hardest part of all of this,” she told Hot Topics. “This is the first time he’s seeing it play out. He hasn’t seen me go on dates with other men.”

She said her key to success is making sure she tells him everything before he sees it on television.

“No secrets. I don’t hold back,” Lindsay said.

Couples from “The Bachelorette” and “The Bachelor,” couples typically don’t last. What does she think makes her relationship different from the many others that have failed?

“The odds are definitely against us. I try not to compare myself to other ‘Bachelor’ or ‘Bachelorette’ relationships just because I could go down a rabbit’s hole doing that,” she told Hot Topics host Heather Catlin. “We have a different relationship, so I think that’s what will set us apart. We’re just different. I think if we focus on each other and keep the lines of communication open then we can move forward and have what we want at the end of this. Marriage, family -- that’s the goal.”

Watch Lindsey’s full interview with Hot Topics below. 

CNN 'Believer' host Reza Aslan calls Trump 'embarrassment to humankind' over London tweet

UPDATE: Aslan has taken down the tweet and issued the following apology:

ORIGINAL STORY: The host of a CNN documentary series about spirituality is making headlines over his heated reaction to President Donald Trump's response to Saturday's deadly terrorist attacks in London.

Religious scholar Reza Aslan, host of "Believer," took to social media after Trump tweeted following the London attacks in support of his controversial travel ban targeting Muslim-majority nations.

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"We need to be smart, vigilant and tough. We need the courts to give us back our rights. We need the Travel Ban as an extra level of safety!" Trump wrote Saturday evening before posting a separate tweet expressing solidarity with and offering help to the United Kingdom.

Aslan, who is Muslim, tweeted in response to Trump's first message: "This piece of [expletive] is not just an embarrassment to America and a stain on the presidency. He's an embarrassment to humankind."

>> Trump tweets ‘ We need the travel ban’ amid reports of London terror attack

Minutes later, Aslan called Trump a "man baby that must be ignored in times of crisis" after NBC News posted that Trump had tweeted unconfirmed information about the attack.

>> London Bridge terror attacks: What we know

Aslan soon became a trending topic on social media, drawing ire from conservative pundits and outlets such as Breitbart.

Bill Maher apologizes for using racial epithet during HBO show

Late-night show host Bill Maher drew immediate criticism Friday night for using a racial epithet during an interview with U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Nebraska, the New York Times reported.

Maher issued an apology Saturday afternoon.

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On his “Real Time” program on HBO, Maher and Sasse were discussing the boundaries between adolescents and maturity and how California adults still dressed up for Halloween. Sasse commented that adults did not do that in his state, and Maher said “I’ve got to get to Nebraska more.”

“You’re welcome,” Sasse said. “We’d love to have you work in the fields with us.”

“Work in the fields? Senator, I’m a house [N-word]” Maher said. “No, it’s a joke.”

Some audience members were heard to groan while others clapped, the Times reported. The epithet was not bleeped out when the episode was rebroadcast at midnight.

HBO responded Saturday morning to the controversy, saying in a statement that the remarks were unacceptable.

On social media, Mr. Maher’s remarks were criticized.

DeRay Mckesson, activist for the Black Lives Matter movement, wrote on his Twitter account: “But really, @BillMaher has got to go. There are no explanations that make this acceptable.”

Other tweets took Sasse to task for not immediately taking issue with Maher’s comment, the Times reported. Sasse responded in a series of tweets Saturday morning.

Netflix cancels sci-fi drama ‘Sense8’

Netflix confirmed Thursday that it canceled the sci-fi drama “Sense8,” a month after the premiere of its second season, USA Today reported.

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“Sense8” centered on eight strangers who find themselves interconnected, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The international cast included Aml Ameen, Doona Bae, Jamie Clayton, Tina Desai, Tuppence Middleton, Max Riemelt, Miguel Angel Silvestre and Brian J. Smith.

In a statement, Cindy Holland, Netflix's vice president of original content, said that “Sense8” was “everything we and the fans dreamed it would be.”

The show, from Lana and Lilly Wachowski and J. Michael Straczynski, was filmed in 13 countries. The Wachowskis, both transgender women, also included a trans actress (Clayton) in a trans role as hacker and activist Nomi Marks, USA Today reported.

Freema Agyeman, the “Doctor Who” actress who played Nomi's girlfriend, Amanita Caplan, tweeted that she and her fellow actors "are all heartbroken.”

WATCH: Simon Cowell's son takes over 'America's Got Talent' buzzer and cuteness ensues

It looks like the apple didn’t fall far from the tree.

On Tuesday’s Season 12 premiere of “America’s Got Talent,” Simon Cowell brought his 3-year-old son, Eric, to the show.

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In a sweet behind-the-scenes clip, Eric went crazy hitting the buzzer as his usually cheeky dad shared his softer side and joked around with his son.

“Are you trying to do my job? What do I do?” Cowell asked as Eric hit the buzzer again and again. “That is my job!”

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“Just like your daddy!” Heidi Klum joked.

Cowell is all in for “AGT” but recently talked to "Extra" about the possibility of returning to the reboot of “American Idol” set to premiere in 2018.

“I was asked to do it, and the answer is no,” he said. “I have no interest. My memories are when we first started. It was a different time with Randy [Jackson], Ryan [Seacrest] and Paula [Abdul]. You can’t recreate that.”

CNN cuts ties with Kathy Griffin over graphic photo

Kathy Griffin will no longer appear in CNN’s New Year’s Eve program in the wake of controversy over a graphic photo that showed the comedienne pretending to behead President Donald Trump.

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The news network announced the decision in a tweet Wednesday afternoon.

Former 'Bachelorette' contestant Michael Nance dead at 31

Michael Nance, a former contestant on “The Bachelorette,” reportedly was found dead in South Austin, Texas, early Tuesday.

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According to TMZ and other outlets, including The Associated Press and E! News, Austin police responded at 2:10 a.m. to a call reporting an unresponsive man, later identified as 31-year-old Nance, at the 300 block of West Mary Street, police said Tuesday. Nance was pronounced dead at 2:54 a.m.

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Nance’s girlfriend, Aseel Danan, confirmed on Instagram that Nance had died.

Officials said the death is not considered suspicious, though it’s still under investigation. The cause and manner of death has not yet been determined. 

Nance was a contestant in Season 8 of the popular reality show, TMZ reported.

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Nance was one of several men who tried to win the affection of then-'Bachelorette' Emily Maynard. He was sent home midseason. 

Maynard wrote on Twitter that she woke up to the news of his death Tuesday morning.

Gal Gadot, Lynda Carter meet at ‘Wonder Woman’ premiere

Two are more wonderful than one.

Gal Gadot and Lynda Carter met, embraced and posed for photographs at Thursday’s premiere of “Wonder Woman” in Hollywood, ETOnline reported.

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Carter, 65, made the Wonder Woman character famous during its television series run from 1975 to 1979. Gadot is starring in the movie version, which debuts nationally on June 2. The two women reunited at the Pantages Theatre, along with the film’s director, Patty Jenkins.

"I am the bearer of the torch and now I'm passing it forward to Gal and to Patty," Carter told ET. "I spoke with Patty early on and I couldn't wait to meet Gal. The three of us share some sisterhood by living and breathing this character."

"I just love her very much so," Gadot told ET. "She is such a special women and a unique person and it's always great to see her, especially tonight where she's going to see the movie for the first time. And my heart is going crazy."

Carter admitted she was nervous before watching the film.

"I can't breathe. I am so excited," she said. "I really want you all to embrace this. This is another way to look at her. It doesn't mean to abandon me or abandon the way that I had her, the way that I played her. This is just another way to look at Wonder Woman.”

John Kasich shows off pop culture savvy on ‘The View’  

John Kasich famously referred to himself as the “only adult on the stage” during a presidential debate last year, but the Republican governor of Ohio also knows how to connect with teens, thanks to his pop culture knowledge.

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On Thursday, Kasich appeared on “The View” and gave his opinions about the Katy Perry-Taylor Swift feud, surprising the show’s panel with his knowledge about music, celebrity spats and dropping names like former One Direction member Zayn Malik.

"We need your insight into a battle that has got this country just split right down the middle,” co-host Whoopi Goldberg began. “Can you explain what in the hell is going on … with Taylor Swift and Katy Perry?"

Kasich did not hesitate, saying it was “shocking to everybody.”

“Don’t ever steal anybody’s dancers, is the message," the governor said, referring to Perry’s admission on “The Late Late Show” this week about the pair’s alleged feud over shared backup dancers.

“Maybe they’re just trying to get some extra press, although I don’t know that Taylor Swift needs any more press,” Kasich said. “In fact, she kind of went into hiding, and now they say she’s going to reemerge with a new sound.”

Kasich, a 65-year-old father of twin 17-year-old girls, then spoke about Swift’s recent hit with Zayn, “I Don’t Want to Live Forever,” and her collaboration with former boyfriend Calvin Harris on “This is What You Came For.” 

“I will tell you, [Swift] met my wife and kids at a concert. She knew everything about my wife and my children. She was just unbelievably great,” Kasich said. “And Katy, you know, I have a friend that knows Katy Perry, and she’s very talented. So, two great pop artists.”

Kasich said his love of pop culture was a welcome break from the grind of politics. 

“You can do it ’til the day you die,” he said. “And I find it interesting, and I find it a nice break from the world of debates and all those kinds of things.”

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