Did you know Ryan Murphy, the creator of "Glee," "American Horror Story" and "Scream Queens" actually wrote "Nip/Tuck" for John Stamos? Well, not only did Stamos turn that down -- but there was a role before that that the "Grandfathered" star was also offered, about three male hookers. So, why did he turn it down? "He wanted to do three male hookers, like 'Charlie's Angels,' who'd go in and save relationships by having sex with the husband and the wife. Maybe I was too afraid then," Stamos told Details magazine about the role he turned down. Naturally, the actor has worked his whole life to at first try to shake that "Uncle Jesse" shadow he lived under before eventually starting to own it. "I fought it for years. I was wrong."
Musical feud continues
The war is on between Chris Brown, 26, and Drake, 28. The two have never been able to squash their beef, and it's been reignited thanks to a song on the Canadian rapper's new mixtape, which references Chris' ex, Karrueche Tran. Now, the "Loyal" singer has issued a response, and he's really angry.
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