Khloe & Tristan Swap Spit in Club – Antonio Brown’s Twerk Celebration is Still Hilarious (PICS/VIDEOS)

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*Whoooweee! That’s kinda the reaction folks are having to a snap of 32-year-old Khloe Kardashian and Cleveland Cavaliers baller Tristan Thompson, 25, swapping spit. Obviously their “secret” relationship is no longer secret.

Khloe and Tristan have been seen quite a bit in the last several weeks , leaving folks to only conclude that there’s got to be something going on. But now that the world has seen them getting’ busy at Zuma in Miami, there’s little to question.

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Khloe posted a Snapchat video of them kissing at Zuma nightclub, letting us all know that they are more than just friends. See the clip below:


 

Meanwhile, we’re still tripping on the fact that Pittsburgh Steelers’ Antonio Brown was hit with a 15-yard penalty when he twerked, after celebrating his third-quarter touchdown catch last Monday night against the Washington Redskins. Check out the clip of Brown, who also appeared on “Dancing With The Stars” last season.

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Watch him get his twerk on after the touchdown:

If you haven’t figured it out, he was fined because twerking is banned by the NFL because apparently it is a “sexually suggestive” celebration. As expected, fans are already imitating what went down. Check out this youngster. already started.

Check out this kid:

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Lil Wayne & Diddy — Don’t Step to Me! Squads Square Off in Club

1020-lil-wayne-diddy-getty-01Lil Wayne got dissed by Diddy‘s posse in Miami, and it came thiiis close to blowing up into a replay of Drake and Chris Brown‘s infamous bloody nightclub battle.

This time the drama went down in LIV Nightclub at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Sunday night. Sources in the club tell us Wayne walked over to say hello to Diddy, who was in a VIP booth next to the DJ.

The beef started when Diddy’s security stopped Weezy and wanted to search his posse. We’re told Wayne didn’t take kindly to that … ended up spilling his drink on a bodyguard, and then things escalated quickly — with both posses shoving each other.

We’re told Wayne and Diddy got in the middle of the fray, and there was a lot of yelling back and forth … but ultimately cooler heads prevailed. They ended up shaking hands, walking away — and, based on the vid in the club, having a great night.

Big difference from Diddy’s run-in with Drake in LIV last year.

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‘The Breakfast Club’ 30 Years Later: Where is the Cast Now?

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The 1985 John Hughes teen comedy classic The Breakfast Club celebrates its 30th anniversary on February 15. That’s right, it’s been thirty years since the brain, the athlete, the basket case, the princess, and the criminal walked into detention as strangers and left as something else. The beloved coming-of-age film — which was a critical and box office success upon its release — featured some of the biggest stars of the ’80s, who all graduated to various levels of success after The Breakfast Club.

As we celebrate the film being a staple of pop culture and cinema, we wanted to check in on the cast and see where they are now. So what are Anthony Michael Hall, Emilio Estevez, Ally Sheedy, Molly Ringwald, and Judd Nelson — who were all members of the iconic Brat Pack — up to since they spent that fateful Saturday afternoon together in Shermer High School? We check in on the cast, who all appeared together (with the exception of Estevez) at the Oscar tribute to John Hughes in 2010.

Molly Ringwald

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The ultimate ’80s It Girl played the popular rich girl Claire Standish in The Breakfast Club. Something of a Hughes muse, Ringwald also appeared in Sixteen Candles and Pretty in Pink. While she’ll forever be known as an ’80s teen icon, she’s stayed in showbiz over the past three decades, taking on roles on the big screen (Betsy’s Wedding, Teaching Mrs. Tingle) and the small screen alike (The Secret Life of the American Teenager, The Stand). Ringwald will next be seen in the highly anticipated, nostalgia-friendly Jem and the Holograms movie.

Judd Nelson

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Nelson (and his nostrils) sent hearts fluttering as the bad boy John Bender. The actor is still primarily known as an ’80s star, though he has worked steadily since his Brat Pack days, including hitting the small screen for shows like Suddenly Susan. Nelson can currently be seen on the smash drama Empire as Lucious Lyon’s villainous rival Baretti.

Anthony Michael Hall 

Anthony Michael Hall was no stranger to playing geeks in Hughes movies (see: Sixteen Candles, Weird Science), but his performance as the brainy, picked-on Brian Johnson in The Breakfast Club gave him some extra depth. While Hall may forever known as an ’80s star, but he’s worked steadily (primarily in supporting roles) since his Brat Pack days, even breaking out of his nerd typecasting, thanks to roles in movies like Edward Scissorhands, Six Degrees of Separation, The Dark Knight, and TV’s Dead Zone. The actor (who also had a short-lived stint as a cast member on Saturday Night Live) can currently be seen in the Oscar-nominated drama Foxcatcher.

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