[Note: This post contains spoilers for the December 2 episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead."]
Going into Sunday night's episode – the last one until February – it was assumed that "The Walking Dead" would go out with a bang.
Before returning to the action in Woodbury, we were introduced to an entirely new group, led by Tyreese, who found their way into the prison basement. They would later be led to the main level by Carl, who locked them up in a separate cell block. Carl has taken a leadership role with Rick out of the picture.
After supposedly setting aside their differences at a soccer game in March, and announcing a social media truce in 2011, LeAnn Rimes and Brandi Glanville are at each other’s throats Twitter accounts once again.
“Flying out with my boys in a few hrs. Love that it's a family tour weekend. It's always more fun when they are with me,” Rimes posted on November 30.
The singer's tweet, referring to husband Eddie Cibrian’s children with Glanville as “my boys,” didn’t seem to sit well with “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star.
Heidi Klum finally got her turn as Queen of the Nile.
After canceling her annual Halloween party on account of Superstorm Sandy in October, the model-actress-producer-host-designer rescheduled the event as a Haunted Holiday Party.
Klum donned a black wig, long gold dress and headpiece to embody Cleopatra at the New York City event. Presented by Svedka and Smartwater, the December 1 party benefited the American Red Cross.
Makeup artist Bill Corso did Klum’s makeup, which involved hand-gluing hundreds of crystals to her face. You can see what went into Klum’s transformation on this time-lapse video posted on AOL.
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