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  1. 4 points
    Only celeb adjacent, more of a socialite gossip thing, I think this post might get me a guaranteed entry into AARP as crotchety old woman. But… I can not read this and not just find it obscene. I mean, the fashion is interesting and the peeks at the mansion are interesting, but the amount of money being spent, during a pandemic, and the pure level of narcissism on display… ugh.I believe i read she had 16 costume changes during the three day event. Maybe I’m just too old for this $hit to watch someone blow the food budget of a small county on a wedding for two people who probably will be divorced by the start of the next decade. https://www.vogue.com/slideshow/inside-ivy-getty-wedding-weekend-in-san-francisco
  2. 4 points
    Maybe I’m misunderstanding the article, but I thought the will was read and distributed but the settlements remain private. So the people who inherited the contents and money know and have been given them- just not the public.
  3. 4 points
    I feel like that’s what this is - the dad knows if a judge sees this they’re not going to let her out of it because I truly believe she has complex medical issues. Maybe I am naïve, but I don’t believe she would’ve been kept under this for this many years if she didn’t. That gets everybody off his back and still keeps her under the conservatorship. Which if she really does have a medical condition, I hope that’s what happens because as excited as my teenagers were about free Britney, my first thought was I hope she doesn’t end up dead in six months. And maybe if that’s how it goes down, people will start to think, hey maybe there’s more to the story that I don’t know about and I should, as a random stranger on the Internet, stay out of it. But again, maybe I’m just naive.
  4. 3 points
    Honestly, I don't think there is a good outcome here for him (as there shouldn't be) and it's easy to see why he tried so hard to prevent the trial. Settlement looks bad, and heaven knows a trial isn't going to look good, no matter what the outcome. Lainey had a funny/good point in her coverage yesterday - they waited until the judge decided a trial could move ahead before taking away his titles & patronages, showing they WOULD have allowed status quo if not pushed to it. And they were pushed into it because can you imagine the joy of the plaintiff's attorneys if they got to say "His Royal Highness Prince Andrew" at the start of ALL of their statements in court?? Ah, the schadenfreude is overwhelming.....
  5. 3 points
    I'm glad; that's a better read on the interview! Lainey's opener today was on this - she's still waiting for full interview or transcript for her comment BUT she does point out the differences in how People/Page Six present the interview, and the way VanityFair did. https://www.laineygossip.com/early-quotes-from-ben-affleck-interview-with-howard-stern-are-gossip-gold/69996
  6. 3 points
    He's not a celeb; he was a grifting prosperity gospel shill, COVID & vaccine denier, and it's extremely difficult for me to feel bad someone like that died. I feel much worse for anyone who sickens and/or dies based on his very wrong teachings.
  7. 3 points
    Do I want him to Just. Stop. Talking? Yes Will I read this book? Probably also yes.
  8. 3 points
    So sorry for you! Hope it's light and no long term issues! While it's true something like 99% of deaths from COVID now are in unvaccinated, we're just now starting to talk about morbidity again and what it could mean - long covid is no joke, potential permanent damage to brains, respiratory systems etc. MISC in kids who cannot be vaccinated yet. And so on. We're getting ready to cancel the trip we had planned for December, just gonna stick close to home for a while longer, continue with my mask & distancing..... Meanwhile my office is getting ready to start opening - next week for some. Not sure what it means for me but I've already told my boss I wanna work from home as much as possible - don't know yet if I will be able to or not.....
  9. 2 points
    I couldn't find a general "Weddings" thread and I really didn't want to post this in the "divorce" thread like I normally do if it's someone we don't have a separate thread for. GenXers will love this - Anthony Edwards eloped with Mare Winningham. They met in 1984 😍 https://www.pajiba.com/celebrities_are_better_than_you/some-unabashedly-sweet-news-about-two-unabashedly-decent-people.php
  10. 2 points
    I'm just going to put this right here. I almost fell out of my chair laughing when I read the headline. You mean he doesn't tell the truth?!?! Shocker!! Tax firm Mazars fires Trump Organization as client, says former president’s financial statements are unreliable Published Mon, Feb 14 2022 https://www.cnbc.com/2022/02/14/trump-tax-firm-says-documents-not-reliable.html
  11. 2 points
    Joan Rivers’ former haunted triplex penthouse is back from the grave with a fresh new look. https://nypost.com/2022/01/06/joan-rivers-onetime-versailles-penthouse-relists-for-38m/?_ga=2.104046217.889580029.1641500589-299064593.1603393685
  12. 2 points
    Actually, I listened to the whole interview on Stern, and I felt he was very honest and self-reflective. The tabloids tried to paint it like he was criticizing Jennifer Garner, but what he was really saying was that they were having major difficulties in their marriage, and instead of trying to handle it, or leaving, which he didn't want to do because of the kids, he drank. Eventually, he came to the realization that wasn't working, and they decided to end their marriage. He said that he loves and respects Jennifer, and that she's a very good mother. I thought some of the more interesting parts of the interview, which was about 2 hours long, was about how cut-throat and cruel the movie industry can be, and how he didn't always respond very well to that, and about his relationship with his own alcoholic father (now long sober). I was surprised by how sincere he seemed, actually. It was refreshing compared to most interviews, but that's really a reflection on Howard's skill too.
  13. 2 points
    I'm hoping that just came out wrong? I mean, he knew he needed to make changes to get better, and he did, so I respect that. Blaming the ex - I really really hope that's just Page Six being assholes with the clickbait headline/edit. Because they've really seemed to co-parent post-divorce pretty well. Though I think the last time something bad came out, it was about his phoenix tatoo and rising again and Garner's response was a laughing "so does that make me the ashes?" So at least she knows how to respond publicly....
  14. 2 points
    Another recent departure is actor Art LaFleur who is known for being the tooth fairy character during the second and third film of the trilogy named The Santa Clause. He was 78 years old and Parkinson's Disease is what gets the evil eye. God bless you and his family always!!! Holly P.S. To me, he had the funniest line of the second film when Cupid said to him, "No kid is going to put a tooth under a pillow for a man named Roy!" He then said in return, "This from someone in a diaper who shoots arrows into peoples' butts!"
  15. 2 points
    My daughter’s friend moved to San Francisco and went to preschool with Ava Getty, one of the butterfly flower girls. The parents were supposedly very nice and not pretentious at all. I find that to be the case more often with old money than new money because they don’t have as much to prove. Apparently Ava’s birthday party was at one of those normal children’s venues but the party favors were expensive for a kid’s party.
  16. 2 points
    The way I read it, it was Alyson's party but it was SMG and David B. making out in the backyard in the dark.
  17. 2 points
    We were right Kaley, was the first to divorce (she’s now on her second one). I can’t believe Tori and Dean lasted as long as they did, and I’m really surprised Eddie and Leann are still together.
  18. 2 points
    I sure hope they put together an ironclad prenup before they revoke that conservatorship. I really hope this isn’t a case of be careful what you wish for. ———— Britney Spears and boyfriend Sam Asghari are engaged Britney Spears and Sam Asghari at the "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" film premiere in Los Angeles. (CNN) — Well, baby, she's a put-on-a-show kind of girl. Britney Spears and boyfriend Sam Asghari are engaged, Asghari's talent manager Brandon Cohen of BAC Talent confirmed in a statement to CNN. The couple made their long-standing relationship official today and are deeply touched by the support, dedication and love expressed to them," Cohen told CNN. Spears posted a video on her verified Instagram account Sunday that sent fans into a frenzy as she showed off her engagement ring. The couple, who have been together for nearly five years, were seen in the video laughing and smiling as she posed with the ring. When Asghari asks if "she likes it" as Spears put her hand over her mouth in surprise, she yells out "yes." "I can't f**king believe it," she captioned the video with multiple ring emojis. Asghari shared his own Instagram photo of the couple, appearing to be kissing as Spears showed off the ring. He captioned the post with only king and queen emojis. The ring was designed by New York-based designer Roman Malayev, according to Cohen. The pair first met in 2016 when Asghari co-starred with Spears in the video to her single, "Slumber Party." Their posts come days after Britney Spears' fight to end her court-ordered conservatorship took an unexpected turn on Tuesday when her father and the conservator of her estate, Jamie Spears, filed a petition to end the arrangement. The elder Spears has served has conservator of his daughter's estate since it was established in 2009. He was also the conservator of her person, overseeing her health and medical issues until he stepped aside in 2019. That's when Jodi Montgomery was appointed the temporary conservator of Spears' person. Correction: A previous version of this article misidentified Brandon Cohen. He is Sam Asghari's talent manager.
  19. 2 points
    You know I had to share this one
  20. 2 points
    The public statement reads like she's trying to get ahead of something. It will be interesting to see if anything significant breaks in the next few weeks.
  21. 2 points
    This is what I fear too. On the other hand, most people who die that way were allowed to do it, never under conservatorship (thinking Amy Winehouse right now). So, which is better? Neither, right?? I've always supported a non-family member conservator, but not having seen the evidence, not sure taking away conservatorship is a good idea.....
  22. 2 points
    Jamie Spears is stepping down as Britney’s conservator. I think this is for the best regardless of whether the allegations against him are true or not. https://variety.com/2021/music/news/britney-spears-father-jamie-spears-quits-conservator-1235040690/?fbclid=IwAR1wbPY8ZuHKzyeKCux0dzWNIBt3F7X7a_SxGp1eH9MU4Yfg3bIUqRkLxN8
  23. 2 points
    I won't bother to read the memoir. As with the Scobie book, all the most interesting/ controversial/ salty parts will be discussed in the media so why bother to read it in its entirety?
  24. 2 points
    I’m also curious about the prevelance of long Covid in people who get it after being vaccinated. It’s been 10 months since my son had it and he still can’t smell anything. Granted, that’s a mild issue, but 10 months is a long time for someone who has the more severe side effects. I’m hoping that vaccination cuts down on long COVID as well in people who still contract the virus. My husband went back to work on Monday and large swaths of the DC workforce seem to have started back this month. Even in my very progressive part of Northern VA with its high vaccination rates, mask wearing is starting to fall off just about everywhere. I saw a handful of massless people at the store this week which is absolutely new to me here. If it’s “over” here, I’d hate to see what it’s like in Missouri.
  25. 2 points
    Any guy that is going to harass and attempt to control a girl he is dating is going to use whatever excuse he can to justify it - so yes, take this with a grain of salt. But I do find the girl's comments about family business interesting.