We talked about Ben Affleck yesterday and how he's been hanging out on the set of local TV and radio sports shows, giving his opinion on whether or not Tom Brady would be staying or going.

Well, Ben has also been talking about his struggles with alcoholism. He sat down with Diane Sawyer for an exclusive two-part interview:

I have to say, I really respect him and his ex-wife Jennifer Garner co-parenting the way they do in order to bring up their three kids as normal as possible. I love Jennifer Garner and if I could follow only one celebrity mom on Instagram, it would be her.

Harry Styles had an amazing performance on the Today show yesterday. Right before taking the stage he was asked, what's up with you and Lizzo?

Melissa Mattos from Fall River won a trip and tickets to Harry's Today show performance on the Rock and Fox Show and says she had a blast.

Elvis Presley will forever be the King of Rock and Roll, but according to him – or at least his estate – Justin Bieber is the King of Pop, 21st-century edition.

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When Justin's new album Changes debuted at number one recently, it made him, at age 25, the youngest artist ever to score seven No. 1 albums. The previous record-holder was Elvis, which is why his estate tweeted its congratulations Tuesday to Justin on the chart achievement.

"Yesterday, music history was made. What does the King of Rock n Roll have in common with the 21st century King of Pop?" the Elvis account wrote, re-tweeting Justin's tweet about the chart stats. "Congratulations on setting a new record."

And Justin responded with, "Thank you King and to the entire Presley family."

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