8 Things You Need to Know This Morning

7 Things You Need to Know This Morning
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1. Atlanta star Keith Stanfield just "Kanyed" the winners of Silicion Valley at the Critics' Choice Awards 2017. When the HBO show was announced as the Best Comedy Series, Stanfield jumped on the stage to say, "I want to thank everybody for, um, honoring us in this way. We worked very hard on Silicon Valley and here we are. Thank you." (Deadline)

2. Pretty Little Liars Troian Bellisario is a married woman. The 31-year-old married Suits actor Patrick J. Adams over the weekend in a rustic ceremony in California. Some of the guests included Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson, Tyler Blackburn, Keegan Allen, Chris Pine and many more. (E! News)

3. Harry Potter star Matthew Lewis is officially off the market. The 27-year-old who stole our hearts as Neville Longbottom is engaged to his girlfriend, Angela Jones, while they were vacationing in Paris. (Us Weekly)

4. Susan Olsen from Brady Bunch fame was fired from a Los Angeles radio station, LA Talk Radio, for alleged homophobic rant. The actress got into an online confrontation with gay actor Leon Acord-Whiting. (Fox News)

5. The C.I.A. presented lawmakers a new judgment that implies Russia did intervene with the presidential election in order to help Donald J. Trump win. The conclusion comes after the governmental agency revealed they had a lot of evidence that Russia deployed computer hacks to create chaos. (NY Times)

6. Kanye West is out and about just days after being released from the hospital. The rapper was spotted riding bikes with friends. West is continuing his outpatient treatment until he is fully recovered. "Kim wants him to continue getting therapy even after all of this. He has support from so many people," a source said. (E! News)

7. Bill Cosby is reportedly looking for a plea deal from prosecutors in his sex crime cases. The comedian is looking to get a deal where he would be able to avoid jail time. (Perez Hilton)

8. Donald Trump confirms he is only getting one intelligence briefing per week. The presidential-elect said on Fox News Sunday that he didn't need daily weekly intelligence briefings because: "I'm, like, a smart person. I don't have to be told the same thing in the same words every single day for the next eight years." (CBS News)