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MTV’s Celebrity Deathmatch Is Returning.

Shout out to MTV Studios, who’s currently working on bringing Celebrity Deathmatch back to television screens. Deadline reports that Ice Cube will star and executive producer along with Jeff Kwatinetz via his production company, Cube Vision. “Series creator Eric Fogel will return to executive produce as well, with additional showrunners and talent to be named shortly,” adds Deadline.

Next on the project’s list of to-dos? To shop it as a weekly series to premium and streaming networks next year. And this is just the beginning. According to Deadline, they’ll be working on revamping the entire franchise, which includes gaming and more.

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Cardi B Has Finally Shared a Photo of Baby Kulture.

Not that she owed it to us, but we’re grateful we finally get to see photo of Kulture’s precious face. Cardi shared the photo not long after announcing her split from Offset, so it looks like she’s ready to change the subject as long as y’all are.

Anyway, here’s Kulture 😍:

USA Gymnastics Filed for Bankruptcy on Wednesday.

According to, the filing will allow USA Gymnastics support its athletes while addressing the claims made by the survivors of Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse.

“We owe it to the survivors to resolve, fully and finally, claims based on the horrific acts of the past and, through this process, seek to expedite resolution and help them move forward,” Kathryn Carson, recently-elected chair of the USA Gymnastics Board of Directors, stated on Wednesday. “Our sport is safer and stronger thanks to the bravery of these women. The Chapter 11 filing and the expedited resolution of these claims are critical first steps in rebuilding the community’s trust.”

Carson continued, “At the same time, the filing will allow us to continue the important work of supporting our outstanding gymnasts at all levels, including the current and next generation of Olympic hopefuls. Since joining the Board last June, I have been inspired by the commitment of our members — the administrators, judges, coaches and club owners — who work daily to foster a safe, positive and encouraging environment where thousands of young people can learn gymnastics and life skills, compete and pursue their dreams.”

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