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Charlize Theron confirms her child Jackson is transgender: My child I thought was a boy is - a girl!
Charlize Theron's elder child, 7 year old Jackson, was adopted as a baby and introduced to the world as a boy. For years now, rumors have swirled that Charlize has, in fact, been raising Jackson as a girl. https:  
Madonna single Medelin fizzles

Roger Friedman: Madonna had a big build up for the single Medellin but the song turned out to be a snooze, written and sung with Colombian Reggaeton star Maluma. On iTunes it number 43 as of Saturday.

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Kim Kardashian on college admissions scandal: It's not appropriate
Kim Kardashian on college admissions scandal: "If they couldn’t get into a school, I would never want to use privilege to try and force them into a situation that they wouldn’t thrive in anyway".
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Michael Che lashes out at "mediocre ass" writer who criticized SNL co-star Colin Jost
Michael Che lashed out at a columnist Steven Hyden who writes for the entertainment website Uproxx. He criticized his Saturday Night Live co-star Colin Jost as the “epitome of white-male mediocrity.”
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Clint Eastwood to direct a movie about fake news victim Richard Jewell
Richard Jewell was a 34-year-old security guard at the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia, and at first he was rightfully hailed as a hero after he discovered a backpack filled with
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Latin pop has US grooving more and more in Spanish
Just two years after the lilting mega-hit Despacito captivated the globe, Latin stars are cementing their place in the US mainstream, moving beyond scoring a one-off smash to headline festivals and permeate the charts.
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Kiss Guitarist Paul Stanley says he became a rock star because of a physical deformity
Paul Stanley said he suffered from a physical deformity called microtia, which he described as “basically not having an ear. I wasn’t very socially adept, and when you have something physical
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MacKenzie Bezos is a true hero for our age
Jennifer Wright: "A marriage may go bad. But you can at least have a good divorce. For proof, just look at MacKenzie Bezos. The ex-wife of Jeff Bezos has emerged from her split with
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Hadestown on Broadway - Bourbon Street bluesy folk opera’s trip to hell
A sometimes exciting, sometimes repetitive, sometimes off the track lavish sweaty and sultry production
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: How misbehaving stars use their kids as brand enhancing props
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: "When the famous bribe their kids into college or parade them on TV they are really using the façade of a perfect family to burnish their own image and justify their own bad behavior."
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Johnny Depp's lawyer battle drags in Elon Musk, Kevin Tsujihara
Several top attorneys and executives were served deposition notices in connection with a lawsuit filed by Johnny Depp against Jake Bloom, who represented the superstar for decades before the relationship soured in 2017.
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Chrissy Teigen smears Laura Ingraham as a "white supremacist"
Chrissy Teigen slammed Laura Ingraham as a “white supremacist” after the Fox News host questioned whether she deserved to be featured in the TIME 100 Most Influential People list.
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Ariana Grande’s stylist I trademarked, the term ‘image architect’ because it’s what I do with my clients
Stylist Law Roach explains that Ariana Grande's "big four" approach - mini, crop top, ponytail and boots - is all part of a styling strategy. "This is the DNA of the Ariana look. She’s made these elements iconic.”
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Motown 60 special on CBS: what went on backstage and in the negotiations
Roger Friedman: Back in 1983, the 25th anniversary of Motown was the place where Michael Jackson did his Moonwalk to Billie Jean and became a monster celebrity forever. Contrast this show,
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Adele plans to base herself in London following split with Simon Konecki
Adele, 30, and Simon Konecki confirmed their split after an 8 year relationship and 3 year marriage. She reportedly plans to base herself in London to be close to her mother and so her son Angelo, 6, can have a British education.
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Writers Guild launches new effort to cut agents from pitch process
"Do writers need agents?" That is becoming the question du jour. The Writers Guild of America expanded its resources for agentless writers Friday, announcing a new Weekly Feature Memo that
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New TV show will film couples having sex at home and offer pointers
A new tv show titled Sex Tape will see couples actually having sex on TV before discussing their experiences. To top it off, a sex and relationship expert will be offering pointers.
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Robert De Niro fantasizes about taking Trump away in an orange jumpsuit
Robert De Niro: “We have a wannabe gangster in the White House now. Even gangsters have morals; they have ethics, they have a code, and you know, when you give somebody your word that’s all you have is your word, especially in that world. This guy, he doesn’t even know what that means.”
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Mick Jagger and his ballerina girlfriend Melanie Hamrick host US premiere of their ballet
“I hope you’re going to enjoy this wonderful, new ballet. And the music, of course.” That was the audio only introduction courtesy of Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger, unveiling his and partner
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Chloë Grace Moretz on being outspoken: People said: You're going to lose your career over this
Chloë Grace Moretz was about 12, she says, when she was first warned about men to stay away from. “My brother was never not with me." Moretz never names names, but she has consistently
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John Singleton suffered a stroke and is under great medical care: family
The 51 year old Boyz n the Hood helmer John Singleton suffered a stroke at the hospital earlier this week and is currently in the ICU and under great medical care, the Singleton family said in a statement.
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Quote of the day
Joan Jett
“The music business feels like the last place to be affected by #MeToo. My parents told me I could do anything, and I never let anyone get in my way. But it is exciting to see lots of young girls and young women in the audience, and to know that there’s more of us now in the music business than ever before, because that’s really the only way things will change. I mean, nothing is going to change until it’s forced to.”


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