Duane 'Dog' Chapman shares a tribute Beth Chapman nearly one month after her death
This week marks one month since Beth Chapman succumbed to cancer at the age of 51 and her husband, Duane "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Chapman, doesn't let a day go by without thinking about her. Over the weekend, the reality star shared a photo of Beth looking content and smiling in a black dress with filtered light brightening up one side of her flowing blond hair. "My Baby," he captioned the photo. Among the commenters who responded was Jamie Chapman, the wife of Dog's son Leland Chapman. "I miss her so much," Jamie posted. Beth died on June 26, two years after her September 2017 throat cancer diagnosis. In a statement to People, the couple's rep said Dog was there when she died, holding her hand.
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Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott face backlash for parking in a disability accessible spot
Freudian slip? Kylie Jenner posted a picture of herself being held by Travis Scott on Sunday, July 21, and captioned the image, "partners in crime 4 evaaa💗💦🦋👨👩👧." The sentiment would probably have come across as more sweet, though, had the couple not been posing in a car while it was parked in a disability accessible only spot. In reactions shared by Cosmopolitan, fans' gripes ranged from "they're in a disabled car park" to "Last time I checked neither of them were handicapped." As of Monday, neither Kylie nor Travis had responded to the backlash, but we're guessing it's only a matter of time before her rep weighs in — as a rep for Kylie's sister, Kendall Jenner, did last year when she, too, was spotted with her car in parking spot reserved for drivers with disabilities.
Meghan King Edmonds gets candid about her husband's sexting scandal and why they're still together
"Real Housewives of Orange County" star Meghan King Edmonds is starting to come to terms with the sexting scandal her husband, former MLB star Jim Edmonds, was recently revealed to have been involved in around the time she gave birth to their twins last year. Speaking to the Daily Mail, the "Housewives" alum said the couple has no plans to call it quits, in part because of their son, Hart's brain damage. "We're still married, we're still together, we're not separated. I know my engagement ring is well known! I'm still wearing it. I've never stopped wearing it,." she told the outlet. "We're in the family home, we're in the same bed. We're not having therapy, we're talking," she added. Meghan went on to describe how she found out her husband was having an inappropriate relationship with another woman "the same way that everybody else did," by reading about it online. "When I read it, I had a feeling, I knew in my gut there was truth to it. I was shocked and I took a shower. I'd never experienced a turmoil of emotions like it; I felt overwhelmingly alone and sad," she recalled. "We were still a normal, married couple. Physically, nothing was missing from our relationship. Jim was in New York working. We FaceTimed and he came clean and told me everything. He was extremely emotional, crying and remorseful. He wanted to fly straight back to be with me but I told him that I did not want him to do that until he had finished working, so that's what he did." After he returned home, she said she was conflicted by being simultaneously "sad and hurt" and still feeling like he was her "best friend in the world." Meghan also worried at first that there was more to it than just cheating by phone. "But as we talked I just wanted to get everything out, get the truth out and start to build. There turned out to be a lot less to come out. There was no physical relationship. He only met this other woman when she stalked him one time. This woman is a con artist. She's gone after so many baseball players. She was out to get some money and she got it, then she was on to the next one," Meghan said. Still, she knew her children could tell something was off between their parents and said she struggled with letting them know the truth. She also decided the sexting was never going to expand into a physical relationship. "I knew he would never touch her. That helped me. Then I knew it was just a sexting thing. The pics she sent him were all highly filtered and she had sunglasses on, body parts were altered. It was all very sex related," Meghan said, adding, "I can't relate to somebody like that because I'm not immoral … You know what, she doesn't really mean anything to me. She's just like a function of my husband's bad decision."
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Cardi B shows off her new 'Offset' tattoo
Cardi B added some new ink to her collection of tattoos over the weekend. Page Six noticed the rapper's husband Offset shared a photo from a Facetime chat between the two in which Cardi's tipping her legs back to reveal she now has her man's stage name inked on the back of her thigh. "CANT WAIT TO GET HOME 👅👅👅," Offset wrote alongside the snap. According to the tab, Cardi's new ink matches a tattoo Offset already had of her name on the back of his neck. He also has their daughter Kulture's name tattooed on his face.
Bella Thorne announces she's pansexual
Bella Thorne is embracing her newly determined sexual identity. If that sounds familiar it may be because the actress not long ago announced she's bisexual. "I'm actually a pansexual, and I didn't know that," she said on "Good Morning America" this week, according to E! News. "You like beings. You like what you like. Doesn't have to be a girl, or a guy, a he, a she, a they, or this or that. It's literally … you like personality. You just like a being. … It doesn't really matter what's going on, over there. If I just like it, I like it!" she explained. Bella, whose new book, "Life of a Wannabe Mogul: Mental Disarray," is due out Tuesday, July 23, split from rapper Mod Sun earlier this year. She was previously in a relationship with Tana Mongeau.
David Spade opens up about the deaths of Kate Spade, Chris Farley and others ahead of new late-night show
David Spade's new Comedy Central show, "Lights Out," which premieres July 29, is billed as a "roundtable" discussion about "celebrities, entertainment and all things apolitical" on which he and "his comedian friends … break down the biggest headlines of the day." And while many of us could use a little escapism these days, David, 55, might need more than others. In a new interview with the New York Times published Monday, July 22, the comic opens up about the losses he's endured, from the recent death of his sister-in-law, Kate Spade ("I don't know if agoraphobic is a word, but she didn't like to mingle a lot," he recalls, "she'd have people at her house and she was always so funny") to his stepfather, who also took his own life, to late "Saturday Night Live" costar Chris Farley, whose death apparently inspired trolls to alert him to the fact they wished David had died instead. "The first couple times it was rough," he says, "but now it's the standard burn. I wish I didn't get that three times a week." Losing Chris also meant losing fans since they worked together so frequently. "But do you just stop doing what you're doing because of a tragedy?" David wonders. "You have to go, 'Well, I still like doing this.' Some people won't be interested. But I did three sitcoms after that. It wasn't totally horrible." Ultimately, he says he's found a way to deal with the grief, for better or worse. "I don't want to say I'm immune to it," he says, "but there's a way you just have to learn to shut off the tear valve. It's just too brutal."
Sarah MIchelle Gellar pays tribute to Robin Williams on what would have been his 68th birthday
Robin Williams would have turned 68 on Sunday, July 21, a milestone his onetime costar Sarah Michelle Gellar planned to honor by introducing her kids to his movie, "Mrs. Doubtfire." "Happy birthday #robinwilliams Grief takes everyone on a different path," she wrote, sharing photos of the two together. "On my journey, I have finally reached the point, where when I think of you, instead of the rush of hot tears, I feel a huge smile spread across my face. I know how truly blessed I am to have been, even a small part, of your life," she continued (via Us Weekly). "Tonight I'm going to show my kids #mrsdoutfire for the first time," Gellar added with a nod to the 1993 family movie that starred Williams and Sally Field. "And continue to keep both your memory and genius alive. You are beloved RW." Sarah and Robin worked together on the CBS show "The Crazy Ones" from 2013 until 2014. The comedy legend died by suicide in August 2014.
Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan scolded for not using Prince George's official title in birthday post
Prince George turned 6 on Monday, July 22, and his uncle Prince Harry and aunt, Duchess Meghan, were among those who wished him a happy birthday on Instagram. Of course, their birthday note also opened the door to trolls who used the post as an opportunity to slam Harry and Meghan for not being respectful enough to their nephew when they shared the words, "Happy Birthday! Wishing you a very special day and lots of love!" "He is the future KING. Treat him with respect," wrote one commenter, taking aim at the fact the couple didn't use his formal title, His Royal Highness Prince George, in the message (via JustJared). "He is HRH Prince George to you!!!! Don't forget to mention!" wrote another. Others, however, pointed out that the gripes were needless. "Stop nitpicking [and] relax. You just want to find fault where there is none," a fan chided. "Family is family and how they address each other in public or private is none of your concern."
Maisie Williams weighs in on Arya Stark's game-changing last season move
Some theories about the controversial "Game of Thrones" finale have suggested — and a big spoiler alert if you haven't gotten there yet –Jon Snow helped Arya Stark kill the Night King. At Comic Con in San Diego last week, Maisie Williams was asked what she thought of the notion her character didn't deserve all the credit for the killing and as you might guess, she wasn't having it. "She did that on her own," Maisie said, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "If we're going to give credit to anyone, it's Melisandre. She knew what she had to do to put the mission in Arya's head. This is the first time Arya has fought and had something to lose in so long. If we're going to put it to anyone for getting Arya's head back on track, it was Melisandre and the 'brown eyes, blue eyes, green eyes' [prophecy]."
Is Lindsay Lohan already feuding with her 'Masked Singer' costar?
The network launching a new Australian version of "The Masked Singer" has denied claims a feud is in the works between judges Lindsay Lohan and Dannii Minogue, according to the Daily Mail. The denial came in response to a report from Australian tabloid New Idea that claimed Dannii was angry about Lindsay's supposed "diva demands," including her fee for the show — said to be twice what Dannii will take home — and the three-person entourage she's allegedly allowed to fly in as part of her deal. A rep for Channel Ten, slated to broadcast the reality series, tells the Mail the New Idea report "is completely false."