Blake Lively thought she heard a fan commenting on her 'teets'
Blake Lively narrowly avoided a wardrobe malfunction at the New York City premiere for her new film, "A Simple Favor" this week. As she explained to Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show" after he showed the audience a picture of her menswear suit-styled suit and shimmery but sheer top from the premiere, she didn't realize everything under the top was totally visible. "See the look of horror on my face?" she asked when he held up a photo of her at the premiere (via PopSugar). "I didn't know it was see through." Jimmy was confused. "So you didn't realize it was a see-through shirt?," he clarified. She went on to say she called for reinforcements in the form of duct tape to hide her chest, but that didn't help with the fact that she had by then become totally focused on the idea that everyone could see something normally hidden from public view. Case in point? When someone on the red carpet shouted out, "Blake, Blake your [rhymes with beets] are amazing," the actress was stunned. "What, what, excuse me?" she recalled thinking. "Are we saying that? Have you been on Google on the past year? This is not OK!" After a woman next to him confirmed that her "teets" are indeed amazing, the man added, "and your husband's tweets are even better!" Blake, whose famously has plenty of fun trolling her husband, Ryan Reynolds, on Twitter, said that in the end she was "relieved." As for her film, a Paul Feig, horror-meets-comedy mash-up, she said, "[It's] really kind of over-the-top and campy and trashy and fun … kind of like my outfit I guess."
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Behold Ryan Reynolds' amazing out of office reply
Ryan Reynolds may have regretted sharing his Aviation Gin company email address on "The Tonight Show" at first but he seems to be settling into the attention it garnered just fine. E! News reports emails to Ryan@AviationGin.com were being automatically replied to with a note that read: "Bruce, see below. I'm swamped. No way can I squeeze any more into this week." A schedule for the week followed. It included 10 hours of "gym, tan, laundry," followed by the 8 p.m. premiere of his wife, Blake Lively's new film, "A Simple Favor" (with the caveat, "no divorce jokes!") followed, an hour later, by plans to "Sneak out of MOMA screening to regroup. It can't all be about you. This is her moment. Get it together, a——." Ahem.The next day, Ryan scheduled himself to appear on the "Today" show then "find out why they're called Toronto Maple Leafs and not leaves," because it "makes no sense." A "Lunchable" was o the agenda as well, after which Ryan intended to find a new hairstyle. For six hours. Did we mention this was after brainstorming world peace and saving the environment? Other highlights on the schedule included "cry in front of stranger," "date night," followed 10 minutes later by watching "Paddington 2" alone, and Skyping "with secret family in Denmark." At the end of the week, Ryan planned to spend a day "looking for roles which feature a strong male character." E! News noticed that one of the star's social media followers posted about the auto-reply. "The email response from firstname.lastname@example.org is supposed to be an out of office reply," Ryan commented. "Not my private calendar. Please disregard."
Drew Barrymore opens up about past drug use
Drew Barrymore has no problem talking about her past drug use — and that may be in part because she also has no plans to ever go back to it. The actress, producer and beauty entrepreneur appeared on the latest edition of "Norm Macdonald Has a Show" this week on Netflix, where he asked her if she still thinks about using cocaine. "No. Oh god, I mean, it's been a very long time, but no," she admits (via ET). "Nothing would make me have a panic attack and seem like a bigger nightmare. I never did hallucinogenics … but I drink and I enjoy my life and get out of my own head. It's not like I'm this militant person of clarity and presence but [cocaine] literally seems like my worst nightmare right now." She goes on to clarify that she's not cut out for certain drugs. "I've never done heroin, so I don't know what that's like, but I think I liked to feel good, I'm an upper person," she says. "You know, I'm like 'Woo hoo!' I also didn't want to be like, 'Man I see s—' Again, I'd be like [freaks out]. I will not drink my drink at a bar that has not been in my, like, line of vision, or, like, the side cornea." Drew went to rehab at 14 — she was emancipated by her Hollywood-based parents, who had her working onscreen by 11 months old, at the same age. "It really is a recipe for disaster," she says. "But you know what's exciting? I got my sh– over with at, like, 14 — like, midlife crisis, you know, institutionalized, blacklisted, no family, like, got it done — and then got into the cycle of being my own parent, figuring it out."
Lena Dunham distances herself from fashion company after offensive sweatshirt debacle
Lena Dunham is speaking out against Revolve, a fashion company that asked her to share the most offensive comments she'd ever received so it could print them on shirts as a way to bring attention to the negative messages being out in society. The idea was the would-be-empowering shirts would raise money for the charity Girls Write Now. Instead, they raised eyebrows. Lena joined Emily Ratajkowski, Cara Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse in providing the comments, which included, "horrible result of modern feminism,""slut feminist nightmare," "being fat is not beautiful, it's an excuse." Revolve ended up releasing the shirts earlier than planned, used only skinny white women to promote them and failed to provide much context for the quotes, according to the Daily Mail. "Without consulting me or any of the women involved, @revolve presented the sweatshirts on thin white women, never thinking about the fact that difference and individuality is what gets you punished on the Internet, or that lack of diversity in representation is a huge part of the problem (in fact, the problem itself).," Lena wrote on Instagram. "'As a result, I cannot support this collaboration or lend my name to it in any way. I am deeply disappointed in @revolve's handling of a sensitive topic and a collaboration rooted in reclaiming the words of internet trolls to celebrate the beauty in diversity and bodies and experiences that aren't the industry norm." In response, the company posted this statement: "We messed up big. The product released on our site was part of a collaboration intended to shine a light on the darkness of the internet, by printing real life, damaging comments that have been left on the social media feeds of women everywhere. The intention was not to promote or endorse these hateful words, but instead to empower all women by making them understand that even the worlds most beautiful and successful women have been subjected to hateful messages from internet bullies." Revolve has said it will donate $20,000 to Girls Write Now.
Bradley Cooper says being a dad has made him feel more 'present'
It's a new world for Bradley Cooper. The 43-year-old actor and newly minted director opened up to Rachel Martin on NPR's "Morning Edition" this week, sharing how becoming a dad to his daughter, Lea, with Irina Shark, has changed him. "Well, I've been opened up to a world of children's music, that's for sure," he joked. Bradley spent the past four years working on "A Star Is Born" with Lady Gaga and says there's a connection between the film and his family. "I spent about 15 years going from movie to movie to movie," he said. "And then I hit 39 and I stopped and I said, 'What do I really want to do?' I want to tell Joseph Merrick's story in [the Broadway revival] The Elephant Man. So I did that for a year. Then this story came to me, A Star Is Born, and then I spent the next four years doing that … So I guess having a child, and having a family of my own — which is a miracle and something I've always dreamt of — has opened me up even more, I guess, to the day, and to be present." Bradley also said he and his co-star. Lady Gaga, shared a connection that inspires his parenting. "Here's the other thing that connected [Gaga] and myself right away, is that we were very, very loved as children," he said. "And when I meet people that have had that similar upbringing, I can just see it in them. And that's the thing I want my daughter to have — I just always want her to feel loved."
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Cardi B and Offset accused of avoiding court papers
Cardi B and her husband, Offset, are being accused of avoiding the service of legal papers from an autograph seeker who claims the couple had him beaten up after the Met Gala in May. Giovanni Arnold claims three of the musicians' bodyguards attacked him, leaving him injured badly enough that he sought treatment at a hospital. In papers filed this week, Giovanni says he initially waited to serve the papers because of Cardi's pregnancy, according to The Blast. He says he's tried repeatedly since but believes the two are "avoiding responsibility for their actions." He's asked for an extension to serve them papers and still hopes the case can move forward.
Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are reportedly married
Introducing Mr. and Mrs. Justin Bieber! People reports Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin have tied the knot two months after Justin proposed. According to a magazine source, the engaged couple "went ahead and did it without listening to anyone," on Thursday, Sept. 13, in New York City — the "it" in question being getting a marriage license. The two reportedly still plan to have a "religious ceremony and celebration with family and friends soon," but for now, they are technically husband and wife.
Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner's boat captain believes Robert murdered his wife
Rumors Robert Wagner killed his wife, Natalie Wood, have never been confirmed or denied. Now, in a new interview with Dr. Phil, the captain of the boat Natalie and Robert were on prior to her death says he absolutely thinks the actor was responsible for his wife's death. "Do you believe Robert Wagner murdered Natalie Wood?" Dr. Phil McGraw asks Dennis Davern at one point, according to Us Weekly. "Yes, I really do," the captain says, adding that the two were "fighting" before she mysteriously vanished on Nov. 29, 1981. "You could hear things being thrown around the state room," Dennis says. In a podcast with Dylan Howard this summer, the captain said that after everyone returned from the trip, Robert wouldn't let Dennis leave his house. Said Dennis: "It was just like I was in a prison." Christopher Walken, who was on the family yacht the night Natalie disappeared as well, has eschewed discussing the matter, but has said he believes the actress "slipped" and fell into the water, and has said she couldn't swim.
Jane Fonda weighs in on Les Mooves, #MeToo
Sharon Osbourne's not the only one who thinks there's more to the story with regard to allegations of sexual impropriety by Les Moonves. "It's a shame he didn't behave, [but now] it's come back to get him," Jane Fonda told Page Six this week. "This has been happening for a long time and it's been an epidemic of behavior like this on the part of people who have power," Fonda said. "I think the #MeToo movement has started an avalanche. And it's only the beginning." Asked about her "Our Should at Night" costar, Robert Redford's announcement he's retiring from acting, "He told me that when we were making our last movie together that he was going to be packing it in," she said.