Angelina Jolie and the kids plan to move closer to Brad Pitt: Report
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's split is finally becoming less thorny. "Angelina regrets the way she handled certain things and wants to be at peace with Brad," a friend of the actress tells E! News. Brad, meanwhile is reportedly determined to "put the kids first and not say anything negative about their mother." That said, there are still some lingering negative feelings between the two. "He feels like his life fell apart in one day. His kids are everything to him and their happiness and success is what's most important. He would never ever put them through what they went through if he could have prevented it," says one source. "Brad is way too upset still. He blames Angie for how public everything became," says another. "He knows that eventually it is best to forgive her and be on good terms for the sake of the children but he feels let down in a way he never thought was possible. He saw a different side of her and he can't forget. The way everything went down has been beyond comprehension." Ultimately, "Brad hopes that somehow, some way, they will come out of this stronger and better off.," according to the source. Physically seeing his children is expected to get a little easier this summer: Angelina found it was too hard to travel with the kids back and forth from Malibu to Brad's house in Los Feliz so she reportedly got a place "a few streets away" from Brad. "They will be moving in this summer," says an insider, "and will continue to see Brad more regularly."
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Goldie Hawn explains why she hasn't made a movie in so long
Mother-daughter BFFs Goldie Hawn and Kate Hudson teamed up for a feature in the new issue of Interview, with Goldie giving her daughter some advice while reflecting on her past. "My sense of liberation and the freedom to speak the way I want to and to feel solid in my shoes was getting stronger and stronger," Goldie said when asked about the meaning of personal freedom (via E! News). "That's what helps me move through other people's perceptions of how I should or should not be liberated. I would never listen to those rules. Don't tell me I can't do that. Watch me. Don't tell me I can't direct this movie. Watch me." Kate also asked her mom why she hasn't made a movie in 15 years. "Because I believe that life is about doing. It's about changing. It's about transitioning. I can't imagine, as a human being, not being able to grow," Goldie said. "When I turned 50, I asked some of my girlfriends, all actresses of the same age, 'What are we going to do now?' I wanted to go live somewhere for a while, learn archaeology, or take part in healing the world on some level. I wanted to dig deep and say, 'Who am I now? What do I have to offer? What do I have to learn?'" After that experience — and the attacks of Sept. 11, 2011 — Goldie changed her outlook on life. "I ended up writing two books and creating MindUP," she said. "It's now in Jordan, Serbia, the U.K., America, Canada, Hong Kong. I never looked back. I never wished to be acting again. I was so engaged."
Megyn Kelly rubs elbows with Katie Couric ahead of NBC premiere
With Megyn Kelly's June NBC premiere right around the corner, the former FOX newscaster has started making friends with her soon-to-be colleagues. According to the New York Post, Megyn was spotted catching up with Katie Couric at the Time 100 Most Influential Gala this week. Despite Katie's extensive experience reporting at all three major networks, the told the Post she doesn't see herself as an "icon" in the eyes of young women in journalism. "I do not feel like I am an icon to young female journalists, not at all," she said. "But I am happy if I have helped in any way to inspire young women. I have tried all my life to be a role model and to conduct myself in a way that I could be smart and authoritative to have equal footing with men."
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John Legend: Trump is unqualified to be president
Would Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder or Chrissy Teigen make better presidents than Donald Trump? If you ask John Legend, the answer is probably "yes." Speaking to Entertainment Weekly at the Time 100 Most Influential Gala this week, John listed Marvin, Stevie and Chrissy as people he admires. As for the POTUS? "I think he's a terrible president. He's manifestly unqualified, not curious, not good at legislating or doing anything that his job requires," John said. "He doesn't have any depth about any subject and he's also using the office of the presidency as a way to make money for himself with his business, so he's corrupt. I can't say anything nice about the guy. I think he's one of the worst people I've ever encountered in public life." On the bright side, he noted there is one not-so-horrible thing the Donald has done (or not done): "We haven't gotten in a nuclear war," John said, "… yet."
Kim Kardashian: Being robbed made me less materialistic
Kim Kardashian is simply happy to be alive after she was robbed at gunpoint in Paris. "It was meant to happen to me. I really feel like things happen in your life to teach you things," she told Ellen DeGeneres this week (via Today). "I was definitely materialistic before, and not that there's anything bad with having things and working hard to get those things. And I'm really proud of everyone around me that's successful. But I'm so happy that my kids get this 'me' and that this is who I'm raising my kids [as]. Because I just don't care about that stuff anymore. I really don't."
Caitlyn Jenner defends Kendall Jenner, says she hasn't spoken to Khloe Kardashian in two years
Kendall Jenner doesn't deserve all the backlash she's faced from her controversial Pepsi commercial. That's Caitlyn Jenner's take on it, anyway. Caitlyn sat down with Andy Cohen this week and defended her daughter, pointing out that Kendall's simply a model who was hired to do a job. Caitlyn also noted that Pepsi tested the ad and it had more than 70 percent positive responses. "I didn't see all the things I guess other people saw," Caitlyn said. In the same interview, Caitlyn admitted Khloe Kardashian hasn't spoken to her in two years, something both Caitlyn and Khloe have hinted at in the past.
Janet Jackson and Wissam al Mana 'have a strong friendship'
The ink's barely dry on Janet Jackson and Wissam al Mana's split headlines but the pair are already getting along well and planning their co-parenting duties for their new baby, Eissa. "Janet really trusts Wissam and he trusts her," a friend of Janet's family tells People. "She and Wissam are working together to co-parent. They have a strong friendship. There is no fighting between them." As for their son? "They are very disciplined and the baby is already on a strict schedule," the source says. Janet and Wissam reportedly split shortly after Eissa's birth. The singer is currently staying in London with her little boy.
Chris Soules hires high-powered legal team
A new legal team is taking over Chris Soules' fatal car crash case. E! News reports three lawyers from Parrish Kruidenier in Des Moines will reportedly help the former "Bachelor" star as he faces charges for leaving the scene of the accident in which a man on a tractor was killed.
Phaedra Parks asks court to uphold terms of prenup
Phaedra Parks is trying to fix her divorce papers after a judge threw them out due to her misspelling of her husband Apollo Nida's name, among other things. As she moves forward with new papers, she's reminded the court she and Apollo signed a prenup in 2009 preventing either one from requesting spousal support should they split. The prenup also maintains the two will divide their assets in the event of a divorce. Phaedra has asked the judge to uphold those terms, according to TMZ.