Celebrities are uniting against Donald Trump.
More than 100 of them have joined together to use their influence to help topple the Republican candidate for US President.
They've called themselves United Against Hate. Members include Lena Dunham, Mark Ruffalo, Shonda Rimes, Kerry Washington, Julianne Moore, Adam McKay, Neil Patrick Harris, Olivia Wilde, Julia Stiles, Third Eye Blind, Kathleen Turner, Meg Ryan, Russell Simmons and more.
Kanye V Taylor spat continues
There's also a new instalment in the Kanye West and Taylor Swift spat.
At a Drake concert last night West got on stage and said, "All I gotta say is, I am so glad my wife has Snapchat. Because now y'all can know the truth and nobody talk shit about Ye no more."
Swift has gone underground; she's been seen going to the gym, but that's about it.
Heath Ledger's final words
Heath Ledger's father has revealed the night before he died, his sister Kate warned him not to mix prescription medications.
The last conversation Kate had with him she warned him: "You can't mix drugs that you don't know anything about," to which he replied "Katie, Katie, I'll be fine."
Heath died in 2008 of an accidental drug overdose.
US correspondent Lachlan Cartwright joined Paul Henry from New York.