Caitlyn Jenner opens up about losing the Kardashians
Don't expect too many more group shots of the Kardashian-Jenner clan to surface. According to Caitlyn Jenner, she no longer speaks to "any of the Kardashians," including Kim Kardashian West and Kourtney Kardashian. But as Caitlyn told Piers Morgan on a new edition of "Life Stories" (via the Daily Mail), it's Khloe Kardashian who's distanced herself the most from the former Olympian. Although the two shared a photo backstage at Kanye West's Yeezy 3 show in New York City in February 2016, Caitlyn claims she hasn't spoken to Khloe in two years. "I don't talk about that side of the family, I spent 23 years of my life with those kids it's difficult to talk about it, terribly terribly sad," she said. "I've lost all relationship with them, yes, I don't talk to any of them anymore." Caitlyn went on to say she remains on good terms with her daughters, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner despite the fact that her relationship with the girls makes for some awkward social situations. "Actually, it was Kendall's birthday party a couple of days ago and I went to the party and I hadn't talked to any of the kids on that side," she said. "[I haven't talked to] Kris [in] probably a year, Kim probably nine months, Khloe two years — but she wasn't there — and Kourtney, I haven't talked to her either." The rocky relationship with Khloe began in 2015 when she took her mother's side following Caitlyn's assertion in Vanity Fair that Kris Jenner had not supported her plan to transition to a woman. Caitlyn's memoir, "The Secrets of My Life," put even more of a wedge between her and the Kardashians, who again, sided with their mom regarding some of the things Caitlyn said about the family. "They don't want me in their lives, the bashed me pretty badly. It's devastating when your kids do that. It really hurt," Caitlyn said. "My children are my life."
Dax Shepard clarifies Kristen Bell's story about the kids walking in on them
Ah, the joys of discussing one's personal life with the world. While chatting with Jimmy Kimmel on the late-night host's show this week, Dax Shepard admitted he and his wife Kristen Bell have a little problem. They both tend to say too much to begin with, but even if they're careful, fans have a way of elaborating on whatever the couple puts out there about their marriage. "She's very active and she does a ton of interviews," Dax explained (via E! News). "Eventually, you just run out of stuff to talk about, as you're seeing now. I was at a restaurant last night — this is the truth, the honest truth — and this stranger comes up to me and he says, 'Hey, I just read your kids walked in on you having sex.' I was like, 'What are you talking about?' He goes, 'Yeah, I saw a headline. Your wife said your kids walked in on you having sex.' I don't even know that she told that story. I don't know what version she told of it." Dax continued: "I said to the guy, 'What was the story?' He said, 'I just read the headline.' I go, 'OK, they didn't walk in while I was, like, pounding mom,'" he joked. Then he explained what really happened that time. "We put on the TV in the living room — we're bad parents — and then we stole away for a minute. Afternoon delight. We were just under the sheets and they walked in. It was more just explaining why we were taking a nap in the afternoon while they were on the loose. It wasn't 'full court-us interuptus,' but it was …" Dax couldn't contain his giggles. "Suffice to say, I couldn't have gotten out of bed at that point. This stuff happens all the time," he added. "Again, she talks!"
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Prince Harry honors fallen soldiers ahead of Armistice Day at Westminster Abbey
Fresh off his visit to Chicago to help Barack Obama and Michelle Obama kick off their inaugural Obama Foundation summit, Prince Harry was back in London this week to honor his country's fallen soldiers. The prince, who's been surrounded by engagement buzz since his girlfriend Meghan Markle joined him at the Invictus Games in Toronto, joined other past and present members of the British armed forces on Thursday, Nov. 9, at a ceremony at Westminster Abbey's Field of Remembrance ahead of Armistice Day. According to People, a somber Harry laid a Cross of Remembrance on a wreath of poppies before crosses from Graves of Unknown British Soldiers who had died in World War I and World War II. Having served two tours of duty in Afghanistan, Harry has dedicated much of his post-army professional life to supporting veterans around the world.
Sharon Osbourne and Ozzy Osbourne's marriage is '1,000 percent better' after split
It's been more than a year since Sharon Osbourne left Ozzy Osbourne after 33 years of marriage following news of his affair with a hair stylist. Since then, he's gotten sober and, as Sharon said on "The Talk" in May, worked to become a better person, which inspired her to fall back in love with him. Now, Ozzy says the couple's marriage is "1,000 percent better," according to People. Reflecting on the changes the changes over time on "The Talk" on Wednesday, Nov. 8, Ozzy said, "It's a journey, really, a marriage. You go up, you go down, you make mistakes. … I've learned a lot this year." Jack Osbourne joined his parents on the show and pointed out that making the right relationship work is like fishing. "You gotta get that big one on the hook and you gotta fight to reel it in," he said, before telling his mom, "You're a trophy!" Ozzy also joked about whether he and his wife find they have good talks "after sexy time." Quipped the Black Sabbath rocker: "Well, occasionally I have to take Viagra. You know what, by the time it works, it's a great sleeping pill because my wife is asleep."
Ariel Winter: Levi Meaden 'loves me for who I am'
Ariel Winter and Levi Meaden are still going strong. As Ariel told Us Weekly at the LaPalme Magazine fall cover party on Wednesday, Nov. 8, the PDA-prone couple have a milestone coming up. "We have a great relationship, we're actually celebrating one year on Saturday, which is so exciting," she enthused. "He's just the loveliest person, he loves me through thick and thin. He's always telling me, no matter what I'm wearing, no matter what I'm doing, that I'm beautiful." While Ariel's estranged mother has taken issue with her looks repeatedly, Ariel, 19, says Levi, 30, is more concerned about who she is on the inside. "What I think is important about every boyfriend, and what I think every boyfriend should focus on, is not always your looks," she said. "Every boyfriend should tell their girlfriend they look beautiful, but also what I think is important is that every boyfriend focuses on the fact that they love you for the person you are. He always tells me how special I am inside, as well as how beautiful he thinks I am. I think it's important that he also tells me that he loves me for who I am."
Chrissy Teigen won't put her daughter through the ear piercing trauma she endured as a kid
Luna Stephens has complete control over her earlobes — a freedom her mother, Chrissy Teigen, apparently didn't have as a little girl. "She doesn't have her ears pierced and I'm going to let her decide when she wants to do that," Chrissy told E! News this week. "I remember when I was little what I went through. My mom did it for me," she added. That doesn't mean Chrissy has no plans to hook up her 1-year-old with something sparkly of her own. "I would love to be able to give Luna maybe a customized piece of jewelry. I think there's something really beautiful about her name—the way it's written," she said. "I think when John and I were picking a name, we wanted something that sounded beautiful. Of course, John is big on the sound of things. I was thinking more about how it was written and it's just so feminine and so beautiful the way you write it, that I love it in like maybe a nameplate necklace or something would be so cute on her." Not to mention, painless!
Lisa Marie Presley plans to sue former business manager for financial mismanagement that allegedly left her broke
Who's to blame for Lisa Marie Presley's financial problems? That's the question a court will soon have to answer as Lisa Marie and her former business manager prepare to file lawsuits against one another. TMZ reports Lisa Marie claims Barry Siegel sold 85% of her interest in Elvis Presley Enterprises. Rather than put the money back into her account, she claims Barry handed it over to investor Robert F.X. Sillerman, who invested it unsuccessfully. Lisa Marie also claims Barry bought a $9 million estate in England with her assets, didn't tell her about it — then was unable to keep up with payments on the place. She further claims he stopped paying her taxes in 2012, a move that resulted in her owing $7 million more. By the end of May 2016, she claims her trust was down to $14,000 cash. At the time, she says she was carrying $500,000 in credit card debt. Barry, meanwhile, is set to counter sue, claiming it was Lisa Marie's overspending that left her in the red and that he actually got her out of $20 million of debt at some point in the 10 years they worked together. He reportedly wants $800,000 in unpaid management fees. A lawyer for Lisa Marie tells TMZ the financial manager is guilty of charging "exhorbitant fees" and "repeatedly lying" to Lisa Marie about her financial situation.
Neil Patrick Harris, Alec Baldwin keep Elton John AIDS Foundation Fall Gala laughing with Trump, religious jokes
Who says God isn't down with a little irreverence in the name of a good cause? Neil Patrick Harris hosted the Elton John AIDS Foundation Fall Gala this year at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City, where he cracked multiple religious jokes as the event got underway. "Is everyone indulging in the communion wine?" he asked guests including Alec Baldwin, Hilaria Baldwin, Sting, Trudie Styler and Sting, Aretha Franklin and Elton John (via Variety). NPH, who introduced himself as "Neil Patrick the Divine," according to the New York Post, also marveled at the dinner, telling the crowd his steak "was delicious, Jesus!" He later looked up and asked, "was that too soon?" If it was, not too many guests seemed to have a problem with it. Later in the evening, the humor coming from onstage shifted to Donald Trump, courtesy of Alec Baldwin, along with musical performances by the likes of Aretha. The gala reportedly raised more than $4.3 million for the foundation, which, according to its website, strives to end the AIDS epidemic by providing the public with education, supporting evidence-based programs and policies and supporting those living with HIV by helping them get access to the best treatment options.
Chris Brown's Andy Warhol homage listed on eBay for $500k
Photographer Karen Bystedt is betting there's a demographic on eBay whose love of contemporary art and Andy Warhol dovetails with some kind of Chris Brown fandom. Karen's currently trying to find a home for one of multiple pieces she made with Breezy aka Konfused (his art world tag). It's called "Triple Andy Discount," and, according to TMZ, it features a famous photo of Andy taken by Karen along with two paintings of the late pop art icon. The three images are combined like a collage that shows Andy in three phases of his life. The bidding starts at $500,000 and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico.
Harvey Weinstein's rep responds to indictment claim
Following a claim from the NYPD that police likely had enough evidence to arrest Harvey Weinstein for allegedly raping Paz de la Huerta — and a separate report claiming the New York City D.A.'s office was going for a grand jury indictment — the former producer's spokesperson is speaking out about the current state of affairs. "We do not believe an indictment of Mr. Weinstein is imminent," his rep tells Us Weekly in a statement. "A formal presentation will be made on Mr. Weinstein's behalf in the appropriate course of the investigation, and we strongly believe we will demonstrate that no criminal charges are warranted. Blair Berk and Ben Brafman will be defending Mr. Weinstein in any matters in New York." The statement comes as Harvey's would-be Hollywood peers face increasing scrutiny regarding sexual misconduct. This week, Kevin Spacey, who's been accused of assaulting more than one underaged boy, is set to be edited out of his forthcoming film "All the Money in the World," Ed Westwick and Charlie Sheen have vehemently denied rape allegations and Jeremy Piven has denied he sexually assaulted the women who have accused him of such behavior.