It looks like boy bands should think twice before joining the political conversation.
On Wednesday's edition of Live From E!, Catt Sadler, Will Marfuggi and Ali Fedotowsky discussed 'N Sync's controversial tweet that angered more than a few fans.
The boy band thought they were helping their followers out by tweeting: "Love, hate, or just confused by it -learn all you can about the Affordable Care Act which starts enrolling tomorrow! http://www.healthcare.gov"
In reality, the tweet upset a certain group of fans who quickly unfollowed the band and accused them of being "liberal."
Also on today's show, the roundtable discussed Mia Farrow's latest confession to Vanity Fair.
In the magazine, the actress questioned who her 25-year-old son Ronan's father really is. When asked if Ronan could be Frank Sinatra's biological child, Farrow simply replied, "possibly."
And while no DNA test has ever actually been done, Ronan is nevertheless treated as a member of the Sinatra family.
"He is a big part of us, and we are blessed to have him in our lives," the singer's daughter, Nancy Sinatra, said.
Finally, the trio couldn't help but share their enthusiasm for Britney Spears' latest music video.
In the highly anticipated clip for "Work Bitch," Spears dances in the middle of the desert, whips some woman and even channels her inner Fifty Shades of Grey.
If this is any indication of what her two-year Vegas residency will be like, then we're in for a fun (and wild) ride!
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