Bradley Cooper hits the town with the guys after split from Irina Shayk
In the wake of their split following four years as a couple, Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk are both moving forward with their lives. And so far, they look perfectly content doing so. On Monday, June 10, Bradley stepped out with a crew of guy friends for some conversation and laughs at Sunset Tower Bar in Los Angeles. "He looked like he was fresh out of the shower with wet hair when he arrived. He looked really upbeat and chill, as if he didn't have a care in the world. He didn't appear to be stressed or sad," another clubgoer told ET, adding that the star left with "some friends" around 10:30 p.m. — a couple of hours after arriving. Irina, meanwhile, was busy traveling in Iceland with reps from the Italian fashion brand Falconeri, whom she later thanked "for a beautiful trip." Since news of their split surfaced last week, new details about what went wrong continue to come out. An "entertainment source" told People Bradley's work on "A Star Is Born," which he directed, starred in and learned to play music for, took a toll on his relationship with Irina. "Bradley was emotionally absent during the long time filming 'A Star Is Born.' They tried to save the relationship but it had changed," said the insider. "Since Bradley and Irina have always been very private about their relationship few knew there was really for sure something going on." The magazine adds that another source said earlier this year that after awards season, Bradley made an effort to be more present and spent "every day with his family." That apparently wasn't enough to maintain the relationship. "Recently, Irina decided enough is enough. She didn't feel she was getting the level of commitment she wanted and the endless fighting made their life unbearable," said one ET source last week. "They are very different people, and once they realized it was the baby [2-year-old Lea] that was holding them together, it was time to call it quits."
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Former best friends Kylie Jenner and Jordyn Woods share an amicable looking exchange at pal's party
Could there be a future for Kylie Jenner and Jordyn Woods' now defunct friendship? It seemed that way on Friday, June 7, when the two interacted at Stassie Karanikolaou's birthday party at Bootsy Bellows in Los Angeles, according to TMZ. Sources who were in the club later told the website that during the 20-30 minutes the former best friends were inside, Kylie left her top-level VIP section and approached Jordyn, who was in a lower section of the same area. They reportedly smiled, exchanged hellos for a few moments and appeared to have nothing but "good vibes" towards one another, according to TMZ's spies. Jordyn got the boot from Kylie's guest house where she'd been living after an allegedly booze-induced hookup with Khloe Kardashian's then-boyfriend, Tristan Thompson — who by the way also stopped by Stassie's party last week. TMZ reports the NBA star, who was dumped by Khloe after she heard the news about Jordyn, arrived with Drake at some point. He reportedly spoke to Kendall Jenner but not to Kylie or Jordyn.
Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney are talking about having kids
Bride and groom-to-be Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney have reportedly begun planning their wedding, although the details remain a bit murky. According to ET, Jennifer and her art gallerist fiance still hope to have the wedding in the New York City, though a source cautions "it's not finalized yet" and they've been secretive about the planning process in the interest of maintaining some privacy. As for the vibe, the source says: "They are both very low key and down to earth and want nothing more than to avoid a 'stuffy, pretentious' atmosphere. Their vision is traditional with a relaxed and causal ceremony, they mainly just want to share their love with friends and family and to express their happiness to those closest to them." That apparently includes Jennifer's pals Amy Schumer and Emma Stone. ET's insider also wouldn't be surprised if the couple begins expanding their family soon after they marry. "They both want children," says the source, "and have been discussing starting a family."
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Scott Disick shares a predictably over-the-top Father's Day Gift Guide
Are you ready to be the "child of the year" this Father's Day? Are you also ready to drop mad coin achieving that honor? If so, look no further for gift ideas than Scott Disick's Father's Day Gift Guide for Poosh, the Goop-esque lifestyle website his ex, Kourtney Kardashian recently launched. Described in Scott's blog post as "Lord-approved presents" reviewed by a dad with "a strong eye for luxury and impeccable taste," the gifts range in price from $90 for a leather tray (or $89 for a three-pack of plain black T-shirts) to $10,400 for the Wanderlust Chaise Lounge Aged Brass Steel and Black Vegetable Leather office lounger from JOVER + VALLS. (So, you know … just a little token of your affection.) Other items include a $600 caviar set, a $1000 set of knives and a $3,025 black briefcase from Bottega Veneta Scott says he likes because "the design was inspired by luxury car interiors." Spoken like a man for whom love is spelled "L-a-m-b-o-r-g-h-i-n-i."
Ciara debuts major hair transformation
Surprise! Just a few hours after sharing what turned out to be the final photo of her super long, wavy locks on Instagram, Ciara turned up at the ACE Awards in New York City with a brand new pixie cut. It was a dramatic shift — one some fans seemed not to believe was real when she later showed off the new 'do on social media — but a fitting one given the occasion. Ciara, 33, was bestowed with the Style Icon Award at the event, according to the Daily Mail. And what better way to prove a girl's got fearless style for days than to make a major change like super long to super short hair? As she wrote in the caption to a clip of the new look on Instagram this week, "Chop it awf ☺️😘…"
Duchess Meghan is reportedly guest editing British Vogue's September issue
Speaking of style icons, the royal family's newest one is set to guest edit the September issue of British Vogue. That's according to Us Weekly, which reports the Duchess of Sussex plans to contribute an op-ed piece, new photos from inside her Frogmore Cottage home with Prince Harry and more to the magazine's most important issue of the year. "Meghan will be writing an opinion piece of her own as well as bringing a selection of female change-makers on board to write their own personal essays," says the source. The photos will reportedly be shot next week. Us has yet to hear back from Vogue with a confirmation or denial.
Charlize Theron and more celebs stand up for Pride
"Happy #Pride everyone! 🌈" So said a rainbow and "love"-bedecked Charlize Theron alongside a photo of her participating in the Los Angeles Pride parade over the weekend. Halle Berry joined the festivities on Sunday, June 9, as well, and posted a pro-Pride message that read "Standing tall for everyone to have the right to live and love out loud! 🌈 Happy , everyone!" (via People). Even Jussie Smollett, who's laid low on social media since he was accused of staging a hate crime against himself, jumped back online to show his support for Pride month via a video clip of Oscar-winning playwright and screenwriter Tarell Alvin McCraney speaking at the Tony Awards on Sunday. "The bodies that uphold the great legacy of spirituals are often Black and queer," Tarell says in the clip. "When will we love all of them for who they are, not just for what they can do?" In the caption, Jussie wrote, "So much PRIDE." Other celebs showing their support for Pride include Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan, Demi Lovato, Wanda Sykes, Laverne Cox and Katy Perry. "💜💙💚💛❤️ Happy Pride Month, my angels!"Katy posted on Instagram over the weekend. "Let us never stop lifting each other up. I see you, and I love you ❤️💛💚💙💜." Pride continues through the end of June.
Lee Daniels gets candid about his struggle with the Jussie Smollett scandal and more
Unlike some reformed addicts, giving up drugs and alcohol did not lead Lee Daniels to some beautiful new sense of peace with the world. In a new profile for New York Magazine, the "Empire" creator explains how after an early life of being threatened by his father over his sexuality, drinking took the edge off his nerves as he began to accept he was gay. "I'm angsty and I'm sober, so that is really weird to be going to the Met Ball and to other social activities not intoxicated. I hate f—— being sober. It's a bore. It's a f—— snooze," he admits. "I don't do anything. It's really hard, but believe me, I've done enough for everybody," he continues. "I never really even liked to drink, but I drank because my father told me if he ever saw me with a man, he would kill me. And until I was 22, I had to get drunk to actually go through with the process. And then the drug scene came." The AIDS epidemic followed, and that didn't make life any easier to deal with without a crutch. "And then all your friends start dying of AIDS. Not one, not two, not three, I'm talking intimate friends that you've had sex with, you've had dreams with, hopes with, people that are better souls than you, gone," he recalls. "And you can't figure out, 'Why the f— am I still here?' So then it was like me on drugs and drinking, not even knowing I was an addict but just erasing all the pain." The 59-year-old also addresses the Jussie Smollett scandal in the piece, revealing how it threw him back to his own encounters with homophobia-fueled violence. "I'm beyond embarrassed. I think that when it happened, I had a flash of me running from bullies. had a flash of my whole life, of my childhood, my youth, getting beaten," he recalls. He ultimately wrote Jussie off "Empire" and says he continues to struggle with the situation. "Of course, there's some doubt," he says of Jussie's name being cleared in less-than ideal circumstances. "I'm telling you that because I love him so much. That's the torture that I'm in right now, because it's literally if it were to happen to your son and your child, how would you feel? You would feel, 'Please, God, please let there be that glimmer of hope that there is some truth in this story.' That's why it's been so painful. It was a flood of pain. … I had to detach myself and stop calling him, because it was taking away the time I have for my kids, the time I have for my partner," Daniels shared. "It was affecting my spirit and other shows, everything."
Mick Jagger says he's 'feeling good' amid tour rehearsals, gym visits
Just a few months after his heart valve replacement surgery, Mick Jagger is back in action. "I'm feeling pretty good," he said this week on Toronto radio station Q107, according to Page Six. The chat marked the Rolling Stones frontman's first interview since the band announced it had to reschedule its North American tour to allow Mick to recover. "Been rehearsing a lot lately in the last few weeks … ," he told listeners. "This morning [I did] a bit of gym. Nothing crazy. Then I go into rehearsal with the rest of the band." He added that the Stones are trying to incorporate some unexpected material. "We're trying to pick some ones we haven't done in recent years, stuff we haven't done before," he said. "Most of the time people don't want too much unusual. People like a little bit unusual. They don't want 100 percent unusual." Asked how he feels about touring at 75, he said his opinion has changed with age. "I don't do it all the time, 12 months a year," he said. "When you're young, that's what you do. [Today I] spend three or four months on the road in a year and that seems to be quite a good balance."
Julianne Moore, Patricia Clarkson to be honored at Karlovy Vary Film Festival
When the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival kicks off in the Czech Republic on June 28, it's set to welcome Julianne Moore and Patricia Clarkson as special honorees of the renowned festival. Both stars will receive the Crystal Globe for Outstanding Artistic Contribution to World Cinema, according to Page Six. They'll also premiere new films; Julianne's expected to attend a screening of her new film, "After the Wedding," with her husband and the movie's director, Bart Freundlich, and her costar, Billy Crudup, as well as "The Myth of Fingerprints," which also stars Julianne and was directed by Bart. Patricia's set to premiere "Learning to Drive," directed by Isabel Coixet, at Karlovy Vary. The festival closes July 6 with a screening of "Late Night," starring Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling.