His Bad! Nick Viall Hilariously Reacts to Peter and Kelley's Reunion

Spoke too soon. Nick Viall admitted his error after Peter Weber reunited with former Bachelor contestant Kelley Flanagan in Chicago.

The “Viall Files” podcast host, 39, made headlines on March 12 when he posted a flirty photo with Flanagan, 28, on Instagram. “She’s not with Peter,” he wrote at the time.

But the tables turned when the attorney was spotted hanging out with Weber, 28, on Wednesday, March 25. As a result, Viall addressed the elephant in the room on Thursday, March 26. “I Stand Corrected,” he captioned side-by-side pics of his original post and the pilot and Flanagan goofing around.

Some fans were rooting for the Bachelor in Paradise alum and the Illinois native to date. He set the record straight on their relationship during an episode of his podcast. “I met Kelley at Chris [Harrison’s] event,” he explained. “She’s a nice person. She didn’t disappoint in person. I thought she’d be cool in person. Everyone likes to think that there’s always something going on — and there’s not.”

Viall sought out Flanagan at the gathering, according to a source. “Nick approached the group that Kelley was in and they all hung out and talked for a while,” the insider revealed to Us Weekly. “The two of them looked pretty friendly while chatting with one another.”

Meanwhile, Weber and Flanagan spent time with Bachelorette alum Dustin Kendrick in Chicago on Wednesday. “They seemed to just be hanging out on the Riverwalk,” a source told Us, noting that they did not show PDA. “They both appeared to be in a good mood and Peter was even seen dancing a little bit.”

Mykenna Dorn criticized the pair for not practicing social-distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. “Guess they didn’t get the quarantine memo,” she commented via Instagram.

After the divisive Bachelor finale aired, Flanagan revealed whether she would consider a reconciliation with Weber. “To be honest, I think that Peter needs to figure out his own stuff for quite some time. I think that this whole process, maybe, got to him a little bit,” she told Us. “I met Peter outside of the show and he was so sweet, he was amazing, and I think that the show may have gotten to him a little bit. Right now, I think it’s time for him to just reflect on himself and figure out his own stuff, what he wants, what Peter Weber really is and his wants and needs and stuff like that, but right now he should just focus on himself and do his own thing.”

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Bad Bunny sunbathes nude during self-quarantine

Like many of us, latin-pop star Bad Bunny has self-quarantined in an effort to curb the spread of coronavirus, but he’s also taking to Instagram to share photos of his chosen pastime, nude sunbathing.

The 26-year-old “Vete” artist shared three photos of himself soaking up the sun with nothing but a towel on hand, partially covering himself in one picture while exposing his bare bum in another.

“DIA 6 DE CUARENTENA* se puede tomar SOL desde CASA 🏠☀️que hacen ustedes hoy???,” the rapper wrote in Spanish beside the photos, translating to, “DAY 6 OF QUARANTINE! you can take in the SUN from HOME 🏠☀️ what did you do today???”

Model Bella Hadid also decided to show some skin for the cause, posting a topless photo of herself on Instagram while asking fans to “stay inside.”

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Bad news, doing an elbow bump instead of a handshake isn't a good idea

So you don’t want corona.

Well, then you might want to stop touching anything ever, lest you transmit the virus onto yourself and those around you.

When you work and live in society, limiting your social contact is difficult.

When much of social etiquette requires that you be in close proximity of one another and touch each other through handshakes, hugs, and kisses, it may be considered rude to not want to engage.

But with the spread of the corona epidemic, more and more people are opting out of traditional handshakes, preferring instead a wave, saying namaste, or just a ‘hello’.

Others, including Metro.co.uk, have also suggested doing an elbow bump (though probably not with people you’ve just met).

However, it seems even that might not be the best idea.

According to the director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO) – which is the leading body concerned with public health – elbow bumps are still too close.

Like the director-general, others also admitted they prefer to put their hand on their hearts instead of offering a hand to shake (which has been a custom for Muslim and Jewish groups for much time).

Others also say a simple namaste works, which can be done from any corner of the room without being too close to people.

Do you have any other ideas on how to greet someone?

Get in touch with [email protected] to tell us more.

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Bad Bunny Makes Statement About Trans Woman Killed in Puerto Rico During Tonight Show Performance

“They killed Alexa, not a man in a skirt.”

Bad Bunny did more than just perform his song "Ignorantes" on Thursday’s "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," he made a powerful statement about the hunting and killing of a trans woman in his home country.

While belting out the recently released song featuring Sech, the Puerto Rican native wore a skirt and a shirt that read, "Mataron a Alexa, no a un hombre con falda," which translates to: "They killed Alexa, not a man in a skirt."

The statement was not only a tribute to the slain trans woman — Neulisa Luciano Ruiz, better known as Alexa Negrón Luciano — but also appeared to be a direct criticism of the Puerto Rican police officers who reported that "a man dressed in a black skirt" had been killed.

On Monday, Alexa was shot dead hours after police were called on her for using the women’s restroom at a McDonald’s.

Cops purportedly received reports of someone "peeping" on people using the restrooms; however they found no proof, and the complainant didn’t try to press charges after learning Alexa was homeless.

However, when pictures of her being accosted by cops at the fast food restaurant began circulating online, things took a sinister turn; within hours she had been shot dead, and police are now investigating if a video being shared on social media captured the moment she was gunned down.

In the unsettling, 28-second clip below, a number of men in a car can be heard jeering a person dressed similarly to Alexa, as she walks away into the dark and attempts to ignore them.

"Kiss my ass … we are going to shoot you up," voices can be heard shouting in Spanish. "Before I go, I’m going to stick my wood in you. You think so, motherf–ker?"

And with that, 11 shots can be heard ringing out into the darkness in quick succession.

San Juan-based LGBTQ activist Pedro Julio Serrano condemned the attack as a hate crime, but also criticized the police for exacerbating the problem by misgendering Alexa, after they reported that "a man dressed in a black skirt" had been killed.

"The terrible murder of a trans woman, revealed in a video where she is stalked and hunted, is nothing more than a hate crime motivated by intolerance," he said.

"We must denounce the hate speech of the fundamentalist groups that have promoted a climate where they prosecute and persecute a trans person for the mere fact of using a bathroom."

Human Rights Campaign issued a statement on the tragic death: "This is a horrifying crime that must be investigated with the utmost thoroughness and care. This victim, who has now been identified as Neulisa Luciano Ruiz, was a human being, a member of a community, a friend and family member."

"She had dreams, hopes, hobbies and did not deserve to have her life taken from her. HRC has heard that Ruiz was experiencing homelessness, further highlighting the ways a toxic mix of transphobia and misogyny conspire to put the transgender community at risk of extreme violence," HRC Director of Community Engagement for the Transgender Justice Initiative Tori Cooper continued in the statement.

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