It's About Time You Met the Internet's Latest Obsession: John C. Reilly's Son Leo. It's recently been brought to the world's attention that John C. Reilly has a hot son. This bit of information was recently brought to light by writer Zeba Blay, who sparked a conversation by simply posting a side-by-side of John and his son, Leo, along with the caption, "So, the young man on the right is John C. Reilly's son." And with that, the Internet went down a rabbit hole searching for information about the 22-year-old. In the over 48-hours since then, people learned he's a musician, DIY-er, model and the occasional actor, which is not at all surprising considering he's the son of a man of many talents. Most recently, Leo -- or as many Gen-Z'ers know him, LoveLeo -- released the chill indie tune, "Boyfren." A lyric video accompanied the song, which allowed Leo to show off his directorial and acting talents. Fans of the artist will be delighted to know Leo is releasing his next music video and single "Rosie" on March 6. But his talents don't end there. Leo's resume includes a stint as a model for Moschino. Notably, he walked alongside Suki Waterhouse in Jeremy Scott's Resort 2020 collection and Spring 2020 Menswear show. His ambitions truly seem to have no limit, as he's also interested in creating clothing and jewelry. Leo sells these products that he either tailors or makes from scratch on Depop, most of which are currently sold out. It seems like the Internet will definitely be seeing more of Leo Reilly in the coming future. (Eonline)

The Ex-Girlfriend of Lady Gaga's New Man Shares Her Reaction to Their Romance. You know the feeling when you see your ex with someone new? Now, imagine that someone new was Lady Gaga. Such was the case for Lindsay Crouse. At the start of this month, the Grammy winner's increasingly visible romance with Michael Polansky sparked headlines over Super Bowl 2020 weekend, culminating in the new couple making matters Instagram official. "We had so much fun in Miami," the Oscar winner wrote of their weekend getaway in a caption for a photo of the triple threat cuddled up on Polansky's lap. Meanwhile, Crouse, a New York Times Opinion senior staff editor, was getting texts. As she recalled in a piece penned for the website titled, "My Ex-Boyfriend's New Girlfriend Is Lady Gaga," she was "eating bodega grapes at my desk" when she learned the news that Gaga's new man was her old one. "I dated this normal, mystery man for seven years. Our relationship lasted all of college, and then a few years more. (A popular song from back then described being "caught in a bad romance,'" Crouse wrote, an obvious reference to Gaga's "Bad Romance." Crouse went on to muse about the state of social media today and our relationship to it, how relationships are marked by digital milestones and the ways in which we can remain connected to one another even as those relationships dissipate. "I don't follow my ex on social media. We were 'friends' on Facebook. Then we were 'in a relationship' on Facebook. After we broke up, I noticed I was 'blocked' on Facebook. And then we moved on," she said. "I hadn't googled him in forever (I promise). But this month I knew everything about his new relationship status, within hours of when it was disclosed." As for the fact that relationship involves one of the biggest stars in the world, "Instead of thinking, 'Why not me?' when I see them together, I think 'That was me,'" Crouse wrote. "It pulls the illusion of celebrity down." The silver lining of the situation? She found comparing herself with Mother Monster "motivational." "I went to a nice store I'd never been inside before and I tried something on. The clerk asked me what the occasion was. I found out from Facebook that my ex-boyfriend was dating Lady Gaga, I told her, and she looked me up and down," Crouse described. "The dress was too expensive, but I bought it anyway. Why should I accept less than Lady Gaga?" Referencing an empowering quote from the performer's social media, Crouse elaborated, "It's so easy as you get older to find the best in who you've become, to make the most of it -- and maybe even to get a little complacent about it. But if Lady Gaga can do what she wants, and even expand on what she wants, why not me, too?" (Eonline)

Ray J and Princess Love are still husband and wife -- doing the whole co-parenting thing -- but they're not back under the same roof, and that's just the way they like it for now. Sources close to the couple tell TMZ ... they still haven't reconciled after she claimed in November he'd "stranded" her and their daughter, Melody, in Vegas after a heated argument. Remember, Princess was weeks away from giving birth to their second child at the time. We're told they're getting along fine now ... doing family stuff together with no drama or arguing. This includes over the holidays, which is also when they welcomed their baby boy, Epik. Our sources say the couple's living situation -- Princess stays at her luxury Beverly Hills condo while Ray J's at a nearby bachelor pad -- helps keep the peace. We're told she keeps the kids but Ray comes by to visit daily, and he has their dogs at his house. As for the potential threat of divorce ... our sources say there's zero talk of that currently, and they're using the time apart to focus on themselves and being good parents. Princess, we're told, is very happy with the current set up. That doesn't mean Ray J's not still trying to make amends though ... our sources say he went all out for Valentine's Day, covering the Bev Hills condo with more than 2,000 roses for both Princess and Melody. As we've reported ... Princess said she was done with the marriage after the Vegas incident, and Ray J briefly stopped wearing his wedding ring. He had it back on a few days later, though ... but said Princess was still mad. We're told things are looking a lot better now, but clearly, they still have plenty of smoothing out to be done. (TMZ)

John Singleton's youngest child son is growing up so fast ... little Seven is about to start preschool in Bev Hills, and the late director's baby mama wants his estate to cough up the tuition. Rayvon Jones has filed a petition asking Singleton's estate to give her a monthly allowance of $1,078 to cover Seven's expenses. The money would cover things like the kid's clothing, groceries, gas, and phone costs ... according to the docs. The phone cost might seem weird -- Seven is only one year old, but that's an L.A. one. In docs, Jones also requests a one-time payment of $2,450 to cover Seven's preschool registration fee to a popular Beverly Hills school. Jones, who says she used to live with Singleton and stayed home to take care of the kid, says she'll begin looking for a job to support their son once he starts preschool. Singleton's mother, Shelia Ward, is the executor of his estate. As we first reported ... she already granted a monthly allowance request filed last year by John's daughter, Cleopatra. (TMZ)

The FBI told the ringleader in the college admissions scandal to lie and say his clients knew he was bribing college officials, and when he wouldn't play ball they yelled at him ... this according to Rick Singer himself. It's a stunning, possible game-changing development in the case. One of the parents who's being prosecuted -- Elisabeth Kimmel -- filed legal docs Wednesday claiming the government just belatedly produced notes from Singer's iPhone. Singer writes, "Loud and abrasive call with agents. They continue to ask me to tell a fib and not restate what I told my clients as to where there [sic] money was going -- to the program, not the coach and that it was a donation and they want it to be a payment." In other words, Singer says he told his clients the money they were paying was a donation to the school, not a bribe to a coach. Singer's notes have implications that go far beyond Elisabeth Kimmel. Fact is ... Lori Loughlin and other parents will benefit from the new revelation because it goes to the heart of the government's case -- namely, where the parents thought the money was going. If they thought it was going to the school, prosecutors may have had the rug pulled out from under them. As we reported, Lori and other defendants have complained prosecutors have been withholding key evidence that tends to show the parents did not commit a crime. This new piece of evidence may be the smoking gun ... made all the more powerful by the fact the government didn't disclose it in a timely fashion ... not even close. UPDATE: Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli's just filed their own motion regarding the exculpatory evidence prosecutors finally produced ... and their motion includes even more notes from Singer. After Singer described the "loud and abrasive" call he added, "Essentially they (FBI agents) are asking me to bend the truth which is what they asked me not to do when working with the agents and Eric Rosen (Asst. U.S. Attorney)." Singer also noted that someone named Liz, presumably a federal agent, "raised her voice to me like she did in the hotel room about agreeing with her that everyone Bribed the schools. This time about asking each person to agree to a lie I was telling them." According to the motion, filed by Lori and Mossimo's attorney Sean Berkowitz, Singer also noted the "Government's desire to 'nail' one of the defendants 'at all costs.'" The motion doesn't say which defendant that was. The docs, obtained by TMZ, also say Singer's notes demonstrate that "those agents attempted to bully him into lying and saying something different" from what he told clients prior to the FBI beginning its wiretapping. As Berkowitz says in the docs, Singer's notes are "devastating to the Government's case and demonstrate that the Government has been improperly withholding core exculpatory information, employing a 'win at all costs' effort rather than following their obligation to do justice." For now, Lori and Mossimo are requesting a postponement of setting a trial date, which was scheduled to happen Thursday in a Boston federal court -- but their motion also informs the court they're considering filing motions to dismiss and motions for sanctions against prosecutors for withholding this evidence. They also point out prosecutors' lengthy delay in handing over Singer's notes has already screwed over defendants who took plea deals "without the benefit of this evidence." (TMZ)

Ex-'Bachelorette' star Chad Johnson is breaking his silence following his arrest for domestic violence and robbery ... adamantly denying he roughed up his girlfriend. Chad gave his side of the story Wednesday, and explained what led to the heated argument with his GF Annalise Mishler. Chad says they briefly broke up and got back together, but she got pissed when she found out he signed up for a dating app ... during their short break up. He also says he's "100% confident any type of domestic abuse charges are gonna be dropped" because he didn't commit "any type of domestic abuse whatsoever." Johnson reacted to the video Annalise posted of him yelling at her door after allegedly punching a hole in her wall. He does cop to ripping her phone away from her when she wouldn't stop recording him ... saying it was a "stupid decision." TMZ broke the story ... Chad's argument with Annalise allegedly turned physical and responding cops say they found visible red marks on her face. He was arrested and booked for felony domestic violence and robbery. (TMZ)


Queen Elizabeth II Is 'Exhausted, Both Physically and Emotionally' After Turbulent Year. A difficult time for the monarch. Queen Elizabeth II is worn out after the royal family's turbulent year, a source reveals exclusively in the new issue of Us Weekly. "She's exhausted, both physically and emotionally," the source says. "She's approaching her 94th birthday in April and should be at a stage in her life where she can ease up and be supported by her loved ones." Part of the 93-year-old queen's stress stems from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's decision to step back from their royal duties. "The drama's never-ending," the source says. "She's so frustrated." After Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, announced their plans to spend more time in Canada and establish their own income, Buckingham Palace confirmed that the couple would be prohibited from using the "Sussex Royal" name for their nonprofit and other projects. "Their non-profit organization, when it is announced this spring, will not be named Sussex Royal Foundation," the palace said in a statement on February 21. "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend to use 'Sussex Royal' in any territory post spring 2020. Therefore, the trademark applications that were filed as protective measures, acting on advice from and following the same model for The Royal Foundation, have been removed." Harry and Meghan fired back with their own lengthy statement, confirming they would create "a new non-profit organization, given the specific U.K. government rules surrounding the use of the word 'Royal.'" The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's statement explained: "While there is not any jurisdiction by The Monarchy or Cabinet Office over the use of the word 'Royal' overseas, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend to use 'Sussex Royal' or any iteration of the word 'Royal' in any territory (either within the UK or otherwise) when the transition occurs Spring 2020." According to the insider, the queen was "so disappointed" by Harry and Meghan's reaction. "She's praying that, over time, Harry will start to see things more clearly," the source said. "Whether that will actually happen remains to be seen." For more on how the queen feels about Harry and Meghan, pick up the new issue of Us Weekly, on newsstands now! (UsMagazine)

David Beckham Defends Pal Prince Harry Amid Royal Exit. David Beckham is standing by his friend Prince Harry. The 44-year-old soccer star defended the 35-year-old Duke of Sussex on Thursday's episode of Today. "Harry's a friend, you know, and we're very proud of the Royal Family," Beckham, who has known Harry for at least a decade and attended his wedding in 2018 with his wife Victoria Beckham, said. "You know, I'm a big royalist. You know, seeing him grow into being a great father, you know, that's one thing that he'd always cared about. I just hope that Harry's OK and he's, you know, becoming the best father, and I can see that that's happening." Harry and Meghan Markle announced plans to step back as "senior" members of the Royal Family in January. They also expressed their intent to become financially independent and to split their time between the U.K. and North America. After Harry met with Queen Elizabeth II and the Royal Households, an agreement was reached. It was established that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex must step back from royal duties, including military appointments, and that they will no longer receive public funds for such duties. In addition, they will no longer be allowed to formally represent Her Majesty. Although, they will maintain their private patronages and associations. Furthermore, the couple will retain their "HRH" titles; however, they will no longer actively use them. A spokesperson for the couple also said Harry and Meghan will retain their titles of Earl and Countess of Dumbarton and Baron and Baroness Kilkeel. In addition, the spokesperson said Harry will retain the ranks of Major, Lieutenant Commander and Squadron Leader. The couple will begin this next chapter starting March 31. New details regarding their nonprofit organization will also be shared later this year, per the couple's spokesperson. In addition, Queen also made it clear that Harry, Meghan and their son, Archie Harrison, "will always be much loved members of my family." "I recognize the challenges they have experienced as a result of intense scrutiny over the last two years and support their wish for a more independent life," Her Majesty said in a statement back in January. "I want to thank them for all their dedicated work across this country, the Commonwealth and beyond, and am particularly proud of how Meghan has so quickly become one of the family. It is my whole family's hope that today's agreement allows them to start building a happy and peaceful new life." Harry, Meghan and Archie have been spending time in Canada as they enter this next phase. However, Harry recently returned to the U.K. for the Travalyst Sustainable Tourism Summit in Edinburgh, Scotland. (Eonline)

Where Will Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Stay While They're Back in the U.K. This Week? The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are gearing up for their final round of royal engagements in the U.K. Now that Prince Harry has returned to the U.K., and Meghan Markle's arrival from Canada is imminent, where will the couple stay as they take on their final round of royal engagements? Although the two are stepping back as senior members of the royal family, they will maintain their U.K. residence of Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, which the Queen gifted them back in April 2019, prior to the birth of their son Archie. However, as part of the agreement the pair formalized with Queen Elizabeth earlier this year, Meghan and Harry announced that they want to repay the tax payer money that was spent on renovations of their Windsor residence last year since they no longer with to accept funds from the Sovereign Grant. "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shared their wish to repay Sovereign Grant expenditure for the refurbishment of Frogmore Cottage, which will remain their UK family home," the statement from Buckingham Palace read. In addition to making it clear that Frogmore will continue to be their family home, Meghan and Harry -- who no longer want to rely on public funds -- will meet the running costs of the home moving forward, royal sources tell PEOPLE. The couple is also expected to pay a commercial rent on the property. Windsor, located about 25 miles west of London, is a "special place" for the couple, their spokesman said -- and was the setting for their royal wedding. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip also live nearby when they reside at Windsor Castle, one of the monarch's primary residences. Harry and Meghan moved out of their Nottingham Cottage home on the grounds of Kensington Palace last year. The two-bedroom home was never likely to be a long-term residence -- especially once they had children. They were also eager to escape the "fishbowl" of London, a source told PEOPLE ahead of their move to Windsor. During their last round of official engagements, Meghan and Harry will take part in a number of engagements. Harry made his first public appearance since relocating to Canada with his family at a Travelyst event in Edinburgh, Scotland, on Wednesday. The royal dad will also attend the Invictus Games Choir Visit on Friday alongside Jon Bon Jovi and attend the official opening of the Silverstone Experience on March 6 with Lewis Hamilton. The pair will also attend Endeavour Fund Awards on March 5, which acknowledges the wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans who used sports as part of their journey to recovery, and they will also be at the Mountbatten Music Festival at the Royal Albert Hall on March 7. (People)

The First Body Positive Children's Book Just Came Out, and It's Exactly What the World Needs Now. Bloggers Ady Meschke and Katie Crenshaw collaborated on Her Body Can, the first book in a series of inclusive children's literature. Chances are, if you've taken a stroll through the children's book section of bookstores or libraries recently, you've seen a lot of bright colors and catchy titles. You saw some good lessons on friendship and manners; some lively adventure stories and some cute animals. You also saw a lot of pictures of straight-sized, white girls. While children's literature now features more far diverse stories than it did even a couple of years ago, there is still one movement that hasn't gotten a foothold in the market: body positivity. Just nine months ago, Atlanta-based bloggers Ady Meschke and Katie Crenshaw identified this gap and set out to do their part to fill it. Both women focus on body positivity online -- plus, they're both moms. The combination of social media savvy and real-world experience fueled the passion project, and their new children's book Her Body Can comes out this week. Now available on Amazon (and soon for sale on shelves in major retailers), the book is geared toward children ages 0-8. That was essential for Meschke and Crenshaw, who both know how important it is for girls to internalize positive messages about their bodies before the biases of mainstream culture seep in. And since reports show that by the time girls are 13, 53% express dissatisfaction with their bodies and up to 50% of girls in grades K-8 are concerned about their weight, reaching them young seems essential. Ahead of the book's release, Glamour caught up with Meschke and Crenshaw to talk books, representation, and the power of acceptance. (Glamour)

TikTok star Jason Clark is opening up about a near-death experience he had while filming a video. On Monday, Clark -- who has amassed over 403,000 followers as @jasontodolist on TikTok -- shared in a detailed Instagram post that he almost drowned while documenting a dangerous stunt for his outdoor adventure account. According to Clark, his goal was to swim point-to-point under a sheet of ice on a frozen lake. However, things didn't go as planned and he struggled to find his exit while trapped under the ice. "I have never been this close to dying," he wrote, sharing a video of the harrowing incident. "I didn't think my eyeballs would freeze so quick." In the clip, Clark can be seen taking a large breath before lowering himself into the frozen lake. While swimming under the ice, he appears to lose his way and struggles to locate an opening in the ice. "The surface of the water where the hole was didn't look any different than the bottom of the ice," he wrote alongside the video. "When I flipped around and felt solid ice I thought I was at the hole." When he realized he wasn't at the exit, Clark said he tried to follow his trail back to the entrance, but the "dust" he had kicked up had drifted off and led him further away from the air hole. "I then tried to break the ice with my back, you can see in the video," he recalled. "I don't know what made me turn around one last time. I was so short on breath I couldn't really see anymore. I had accepted that was it and I wasn't going to make it." Clark said he eventually swung his hand through what he thought was "a lighter spot of ice" that turned out to be the opening. "It took 2-3 breaths to regain my vision after resurfacing," he shared, adding that the cameraperson filming "didn't recognize the severity of the situation" until after he recovered from the botched stunt. Clark's video has since been reposted by Will Smith on Instagram, who captioned the clip, "#AwwHellNaw." "I do not like this. ??????" Jennifer Garner responded in the comment section. Instagram users also expressed to Clark how "lucky" he was to have survived the ordeal, with one commenter writing: "I'm glad you made it, but holy s -- was this asking for trouble. Include a rope. A waterproof strobe of some sort. Hell, a sledgehammer, an auger, a pre-determined SOS signal and procedure for your spotter, something. I have heart palpitations every time I watch this." However, despite the scary experience, Clarke decided to try again. In his second attempt at the risky feat, Clark told followers he "added a little more safety" and made sure the exit hole was "comically big" so he could find it underwater. "Second attempt went a little better," he wrote on Instagram. "You have to try it twice!" (Page Six)

Fans did double-takes when Selena Gomez and her mom, Mandy, showed up at a true-crime event in Chicago. The star wasn't at CrimeCon's CrowdSolve gathering to promote any project -- she's a devotee of the subject and was helping to crack a real-life mystery. The event focused on solving a 1981 case out of Ohio. A spy said of the star and her mom: "They were always together and totally engaged in the work ... taking notes and really getting into the idea that we could help this family get justice." The duo also attended a dinner with a forensic hypnotist. Another spy added: "It was cool to see that even celebs can be into true crime, like us. Everyone was very respectful and it looked like they were having a really good time." (Page Six)

Mindy Kaling Buys Frank Sinatra's Malibu Mansion for Nearly $10 Million. Mindy Kaling just guaranteed that this summer and the rest to come will be full of sunshine and sandy toes. According to the Los Angeles Times, the actress just bought Frank Sinatra's Malibu home for a hefty $9.55 million. She and her daughter will have plenty of free space, with seven beds and nine bathrooms to use at their leisure. Plus, it's prime real estate with the beach just a hop, skip and a jump from their backyard. Not to mention, the 5,824 sq. ft. residence comes equipped with an elevator, state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen, a pool, a hair salon, a steam room and impeccable views. In short, Frank Sinatra's custom built home is worth every penny that Mindy spent on it. Prior to snapping up this home, the star lived not too far away in Los Angeles. But alas, it seems the star outgrew the confines of the L.A. suburbs and is upgrading to something bigger and better. (Eonline)

It was a regular Wednesday afternoon in the life of Floyd Mayweather ... which means he hit up a high-end sneaker shop in NYC and dropped an INSANE amount of dough. The boxing superstar and his entire crew dropped by Flight Club near Union Square Park and you already know TBE didn't leave empty-handed. Floyd walks out of the store followed by his bodyguards -- one carrying what appears to be 8 bags. We're told Mayweather copped several pairs of sneaks -- including multiple pairs of rare Nike Air Force 1's -- coming in at a combined price tag of $11,000. Obviously, these aren't your normal $90 dollar AF1's ... these are special and hard to get. So, why the huge haul? We're told Floyd has new TMT sweatsuits that are dropping soon ... and he wanted to get coordinating kicks. $11k might sound like a lot of money ... and it is. Unless you're Floyd ... who according to Forbes, made almost a billion dollars last decade. Give me 10 pairsssssssssssss ?? ... you know you were thinkin' it. (TMZ)

Chad Johnson is getting a TKO even before his "Battle of the Bachelors" boxing match, because organizers want nothing to do with an alleged domestic violence abuser. TMZ has learned Chad, the bad boy from JoJo's season of "The Bachelorette," just got axed from next month's fight for charity at SoCal's Commerce Casino. Hearts Entertainment is putting on the event and its CEO, Bruce Thomas, tells us, "In no way shape or form do we condone the type of behavior Chad Johnson's been accused of." TMZ broke the story ... Chad was busted Monday night following a heated argument with his GF, Annalise Mishler. She alleges things got physical, and responding cops say they found visible red marks on her face. Johnson was arrested for felony domestic violence and also robbery ... for allegedly snatching Annalise's phone while she called 911. He's admitted on camera to getting heated, throwing a phone and punching a hole in Annalise's wall -- but he denies getting physical with her. Just last week Chad was at a boxing gym prepping to be the main event, and talking major smack ... even though he didn't yet have an opponent for the April 23 bout. We're told the new main event is 'Bachelorette' fan favorites, Robby Hayes and Luke Pell ... who are also alums from JoJo's season. Even though Johnson's out, we're told proceeds will now be split between Safe Horizon -- a domestic violence victims group -- and the event's original charity, the Grand Bahama Disaster Relief Foundation. (TMZ)

Steven Spielberg is reportedly worried about his daughter jumping into the adult entertainment scene -- but he's got nothing to sweat about ... so says Maitland Ward. We spoke to the former "Boy Meets World" star-turned-porn star Wednesday in L.A. and asked her to weigh in on the famed director's adopted child, Mikaela Spielberg, announcing she's now a porn star ... and dad apparently not being thrilled about it behind closed doors. At first, Mikaela said her parents seemed pretty supportive about her career choice ... which Maitland says is awesome and how more parents should look at it if their kid goes down that road. But, when we point out Steve is said to have been privately "concerned" and "embarrassed" over the whole thing ... Maitland says she gets that side of it too. Fact is ... it might be surprising for parents to hear, but with more talking -- the more Maitland feels people will come around to the porn scene being part of the entertainment biz. And, as far as Mikaela goes, MW thinks her name alone will keep her safe and sound. Mikaela, who's 23 years old BTW, isn't doing hardcore stuff yet -- just solo on-camera performances. If she makes that next step to include more people, that's where Steve might need to fret a bit, according to Maitland. Even then though ... she says she'll be fine. Oh, and check out what sorta porno spoof Maitland says she wouldn't mind doing with Spielberg's little girl. There are tons of options, but she settles for a classic. (TMZ)

Who ya gonna call? The Ghostbusters ain't in L.A. yet, so instead the Sheriff's Dept. is on the job, searching for a hearse, fully-loaded -- if ya get our drift -- that was stolen from a church. Yeah, someone boarded the Hell Express and jacked a black Lincoln Navigator Wednesday night from outside a Greek Orthodox church in Pasadena ... according to cops. The luxury ride was carrying a casket containing a deceased woman who was going to be delivered to a different location. The theft strikes even L.A. cops as especially bizarre ... or macabre. The L.A. County Sheriff's Department tweeted a helpful hint to the suspect, saying ... "Out of all the bad decisions you have made, at least make one good one & bring back the deceased person & casket inside the Navigator." If you're in SoCal, the Navigator hearse has the California license plate 7ZDG618. Look for flames too. If the Sheriff doesn't catch 'em, we're thinking Satan will. UPDATE: The stolen hearse was involved in a police pursuit before it ended in a crash on the 110 Freeway in L.A. The driver has been taken into custody and law enforcement has confirmed the casket with the body is still on board. (TMZ)


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