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The Favourite is one of my favorite films of the year—yes, I see that, too—and it will be rolling out starting next week, beginning a hopeful Oscar charge. Leading the way on that is a cover feature in The Hollywood Reporter with its trio of stars, Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz, and Emma Stone, and al…

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Carrie Underwood cohosted the CMTs again. She wore a variety of looks and confirmed that she’s expecting a boy this time. [LaineyGossip]
This Elton John commercial is amazing. [Towleroad]
Jason Aldean’s going to name his daughter Navy Rome. Ugh. [The Blemish]
We’re living in this dystopia, minus the zombies. [Starcasm]
Rami Malek has a girlfriend and she’s cute. [JustJared]
WTF is Sheryl Sandberg still doing at Facebook? [Jezebel]
Eddie Redmayne talks about going to Eton with Prince William. [Pajiba]
This Idris Elba doll looks nothing like Idris Elba. [Dlisted]
Howie Mandel got a plunger stuck to his head. [Seriously OMG WTF]

Keith Urban won Entertainer of The Year at the CMA Awards. He was shocked, and not in a Taylor Swift Surprised Face way. He was genuinely surprised and so was everyone around him, including his “baby girl” Nicole Kidman.

Keith and Nicole love love. They love showing off how much they love their …

Gwen Stefani Just A Girl Red Carpet Arrivals

Be honest: when Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton first got together in 2015, did any of us really think they would make it this long? I didn’t. I didn’t see any of this coming. After more than three years together, I have to admit that I actually sort of like Gwen and Blake together. It’s weird. Anyway, Gwen and Blake are always getting rumors about an impending engagement, wedding or baby. I tend to believe Gwen wants to marry Blake and she’s just waiting for him to do something about it. I also believe that Blake got burned by Miranda Lambert, and he’s probably still gun-shy about getting hitched again. But what about babies? Gwen is 49, Blake is 42. Chances are, even if Gwen tried to get pregnant again, she wouldn’t have much luck. So what about surrogacy?

Ready to expand their family? Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are “determined to have a child together,” an insider reveals exclusively in the new issue of Us Weekly.

“They are in the final stages of choosing the woman who will carry their baby. It’s extremely important to Gwen that she give Blake a biological child, and Blake is so excited,” the insider explains, noting that even though Shelton is grateful for Stefani’s sons, “he wants his own child too.”

“Gwen just is so in awe of the love Blake has, not only for her but for the boys,” the insider tells Us.

[From Us Weekly]

By all accounts, Blake adores Gwen’s sons. Gwen and her boys regularly spend a lot of time in Oklahoma, where Blake has a home, and he’s turned his property into a giant playground for the kids. I feel like… Gwen has always wanted more kids, and she might even try this, even though what she really wants is to just get married. I don’t know. Most celebrities keep it a secret when they’re going through the first stages of surrogacy, so I don’t know if this is a legit leak from one of their camps, or it’s just a make-believe story. Eh. It feels truthy, but God knows.

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Gwen Stefani hits the studio for rehearsal in Burbank
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Gwen Stefani Just A Girl Red Carpet Arrivals
Gwen Stefani visits a friend in Highland Park, California with her children

Michael B Jordan is in Toronto today promoting Creed II. He is not coming on our show and I have to be at work instead of casually showing up where he’ll be and initiating my 9-step “Casual Run-in With MBJ, Make Him Fall in Love with Me” plan so I don’t want to talk about Michael Bae Jordan being in…


Amber Heard went through so much abuse and trauma during her marriage to Johnny Depp. We read about it in her divorce decree, we saw the photos and we witness Depp’s classic abuser response, which was to blame, play the victim and continue to smear her. She dealt with a lot, and it’s not surprising to hear that she still has trauma and pain. In an interview with The London Times, Heard revealed that she was deeply affected by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony, and that every woman she knows was affected too. I could relate so much with what she said as it brought up repressed memories and emotions for me too. Heard was likely responding to Depp’s GQ interview, although as the Daily Beast points out she doesn’t mention him by name.

Although Heard, 32, does not directly address the allegations she made about Depp, or say his name, she comes close when she tells the paper, in response to a question about what she has learned in recent years: “I believe the truth is the only thing that’s sustainable. I just didn’t realize how much it would fucking hurt getting there. I don’t know where that finish line is, but I fight every single day, and every single day it gets better. And every single woman that comes up to me and says thank you reminds me of my instinct to believe that right always wins, ultimately, that a lie is not sustainable, injustice is not sustainable.”

Heard also tells The Sunday Times that she found herself “triggered” by the Kavanaugh hearing in September, in which Dr. Christine Blasey Ford accused then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee.

Asked if Ford’s testimony revived memories of her own trauma, Heard replies: “The results of [trauma] are sneaky. They’re not as obvious as you think. I don’t hide under a table when I hear a loud bang, though that happens to certain people with PTSD. Trauma sneaks up on you in weird ways, where all of a sudden you find yourself in a puddle on the floor, crying while watching this play out live on Fox or CNN … and you wonder why you care so much. It’s not your trial, right? But it is. It is.”

Heard adds: “Every single woman I know watching that hearing was triggered. I don’t know a single woman who watched it and didn’t have their heart break. We are all Dr. Ford. And we know it.”

[From The London Times as reported by The Daily Beast]

I appreciate how she likened trauma from abuse to PTSD from war. Until it happened to me and I shut down emotionally I didn’t think of it that way. I didn’t think I had the right to be traumatized from an assault I suffered as a teenager because it didn’t fit the mold of violent rape. Dr. Ford is a hero and she is continuing to pay the price for speaking out. She’s moved four times, she continues to get death threats and she’s had to hire a private security team. Her testimony was thoughtful and measured. Meanwhile Kavanaugh was angry and unhinged in his testimony and he is now a Supreme Court justice. The FBI didn’t even interview Dr. Ford, nor did they interview multiple women who came forward to accuse him of rape and assault.


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"Creed II" New York Premiere

Here are some photos from last night’s New York premiere of Creed II, the sequel to Creed, which was the successful reboot of the Rocky franchise. Sylvester Stallone actually seems quite pleased with what Ryan Coogler and Michael B. Jordan have done with Creed, and of course Sly is back for the sequel, as is Tessa Thompson. I actually didn’t know that Coogler skipped out on directing the sequel, although that makes sense – after the success of Black Panther, obviously Coogler is next-level, and he can hand off this franchise to someone else.

Anyway, there are lots of smaller stories about Michael B. Jordan and Creed 2. Variety had a nice article about how MBJ was the first star to put inclusion riders into his contract, and how more celebrities of his stature need to do the same. MBJ also has a collaboration with Nike – like, an actual Nike sponsorship – IN CHARACTER as Adonis Creed. I wonder how much that’s worth?? And then People Magazine did an interview with Corey Calliet, the trainer who worked with MBJ on Creed 1 & 2.

Michael B. Jordan was already ripped in Creed and Black Panther. But the 31-year-old wanted to go even bigger for Creed II, and his trainer, Corey Calliet, was there to help. Three years after the release of the first Creed film, Jordan and Calliet felt like his character, Adonis Johnson, had grown up — and that his body should reflect that in the Rocky series continuation.

“As he evolved physically for his characters in Creed and Black Panther, that growth became a stepping stone and a building block to getting his body to where it is now,” Calliet tells PEOPLE. “We came off of Black Panther where he was doing more weight training to bulk him up, and looking much bigger,” says Calliet, who has worked with Jordan for about four years. “When we did Creed II, it was much different, and we did more boxing. We implemented everything we’ve ever done: We weight trained, we did plyometric work, and we boxed a lot more. It was much more boxing. His conditioning and his body were on point.”

To get into prime boxing shape, Jordan would work out six or seven times a week for two or three times a day, and each session would be something different. He might start the day with weight training, do cardio in the afternoon, and mix in his boxing workouts and choreography — which he did for about two hours a day — in between.

But the workouts only made up half of how Jordan got in fighting shape. Calliet also put him on a strict nutrition plan to fit each day of training and filming.

“I designed his diet, and I had a chef on set to cook his food,” Calliet says. “His basic diet was protein and carbohydrates for about five or six meals a day. You have your basic proteins — chicken, fish, turkey, steak — and then carbohydrates like sweet potatoes, white potatoes, brown rice and white rice, depending on what I was trying to do. But his diet never stayed the same; it wasn’t like he ate the same exact thing for 12 weeks. His diet always changed depending on what he needed to look like and his energy levels and what the progress was.”

[From People]

I’m in awe of people who can do this. If you told me I had to take a job where I would be required to work out three times a day, seven days a week, all while doing a strict meat & potatoes diet, I would say “go f–k yourself, I’m not doing that.” Granted, I could probably live on meat and potatoes for weeks and months. But I wouldn’t be able to exercise like that AT ALL. The Kaiser Creed Diet: Just Mashed Potatoes, Please.

"Creed II" New York Premiere

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"Creed II" New York Premiere
"Creed II" New York Premiere
"Creed II" New York Premiere
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WSJ Magazine 2017 Innovator Awards - Arrivals

Gwyneth Paltrow has developed a lucrative business with Goop. No matter what I think of what she’s actually selling – snake oil and expensive feelings to bored rich women – I will give her credit for transitioning from an extremely niche, elitist brand into a company that’s (arguably) worth $250 million. She’s a smart businesswoman and with an offensively patronizing business, and those two halves can exist simultaneously. The thing about Goop’s success is that Gwyneth is often invited to speak at tech conferences and business conferences and the like. The success of Goop, the elitist-niche-to-mass market transition, the money and investment, would any of it happened without Gwyneth Paltrow’s name attached? Of course not. If Goop wasn’t Gwyneth and it was just made by some rich a–hole in her kitchen, of course it would not be the success it is today. But to hear Gwyneth tell it, her famous name and celebrity was perhaps the biggest hurdle.

Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow has built a $250 million wellness and lifestyle brand that launched its first international pop-up store London this fall and is on track to double its annual revenue this year. But even someone with Paltrow’s international celebrity and social media cachet found it difficult to raise money for her business, Goop.

“Being an actress, it was really helpful to get meetings,” Paltrow told the Wall Street Journal’s Tech D. Live conference tonight. “Sometimes a guy would want a selfie for his wife, or to tell me how much they love The Royal Tenenbaums … It very quickly became a hindrance.”

Paltrow’s experience is not dissimilar to that of other female entrepreneurs, who encounter obstacles when it comes to raising money. Male entrepreneurs received $58.2 billion in venture backing last year, while women received a fraction of that sum, $1.5 billion, according to PitchBook.

[From Deadline]

I often refer to something I like to call “the Oppression Olympics.” It’s where people – men and women do it – are so insistent that their suffering, their oppression, their terrible story is the worst. And not only that, it’s like no one wants to admit that some things are easy for some people, that white privilege exists and that money, power and connections help certain people. Many privileged people are so wrapped up in their own tales of victimization and oppression, they truly don’t see how offensive it is that they can’t see past their own nose. All of which to say: give me a f–king break, Gwyneth. It was SUCH a hindrance that people loved her work and wanted photos of her and all she wanted to do was be a humble snake oil salesman of yore. No one knows how Gwyneth struggles, truly. No one understands how many hindrances and roadblocks were thrown in her path. She came dangerously close to having to put HER OWN MONEY into Goop. *tosses stringy blonde hair and cries*

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WSJ Magazine 2017 Innovator Awards - Arrivals
Frederique Constant launch party in London, United Kingdom

Critics’ reactions to Bohemian Rhapsody have been mixed – click here to read Sarah’s thoughts on the film if you missed it – but it is definitely a crowd-pleaser with the box office to match, already crossing the $100 million mark in the US and bringing in strong numbers internationally for a total …

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In a red carpet interview I saw yesterday, Jennifer Garner was asked how she balances everything and she said “time management.” That’s surely true and she does a lot, but I was hoping she would acknowledge her staff and I thought “well she doesn’t have a full time job.” I don’t blame her for answering that way, but I often think about how lucky I am to have flexible hours and work from home. I can get things done around the house and make adjustments for last minute schedule changes. I can only vaguely remember what it’s like to work outside my house for eight hours a day. Add in a commute and is must be incredibly difficult to maintain a work life balance, especially for single moms.

That’s why I wanted to give Celine Dion credit for acknowledging that she may do a lot but she doesn’t have it harder than the average person. Celine is promoting her new gender neutral children’s clothing line with NUNUNU. I got such a kick out of watching her interview with HLN because she is INTENSE. She passionately believes in letting kids wear what they want and to let them subvert gender stereotypes and she is dead serious about it. She’s also very much like Iman in remembering and honoring her late husband, saying that she is still in love with him and that he lives on in her kids. She’s a powerhouse and I admire her. You can see the videos in three parts on facebook, one is embedded below. Here are the highlights of what she said.

On letting kids be who they want
Let [kids] tell you what they feel like. You know what, you don’t know what [kids] are gonna become later. You don’t want them to have a [psychological] problem of growth. Let people be who they are as quick and as soon as possible.

“How do you juggle being a single mom and performing four times a week?”
The best way I can. Most people work five day a week nine to five. I feel myself very fortunate that first of all I do what I love. Sometimes it makes me happy, sometimes it makes me sad because I do sing a lot of love songs and love hurts.

On her husband’s death
Before he passed away I died first. It was hard to see him die a little bit every day. Sometimes I ask myself ‘Do you think it would have been easier, an accident and no goodbyes?’ You don’t know that. My husband still lives with me. I see him every day through the eyes of my children. He’s alive, he doesn’t suffer.

“Could you ever open yourself up to love again?”
I am in love. I am very much in love. I had my husband.

[From HLN’s Facebook videos]

HLN’s Robin Meade asked if Celine would be putting out another English language album now that her residency is set to end next year. She said that she’s in the process of making one and that it should be out at the end of this year or the beginning of 2019! She hasn’t had an English album out since 2013 so this is big news and I bet it will be a hit for her. Celine’s music is cheesy and it’s not really my genre, but I appreciate her so much. She wears her heart on her sleeve and she has such a big personality. Plus I like how she acknowledges that she doesn’t have it harder than regular working people. That’s rare for celebrities and performers to do.

Here’s one of the videos and there are two more on Facebook.

This outfit!

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I love Freddie Mercury! ??? – Céline xx… . J’adore Freddie Mercury ! ??? – Céline xx… . . ?: @SydneyLopez . . . #Queen #BohemianRhapsody #soiréecinéma #nightatthemovies

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Happy Halloween ! Don’t eat too much candy, it’s not good for your teeth ! ??? – Céline xx… . Joyeuse Halloween ! Ne mangez pas trop de bonbons, ce n’est pas bon pour les dents ! ??? – Céline xx . . . ?: @denisetruscello

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