Emma Stone and Dave McCary have reportedly postponed their wedding
Save the date … or don't. Page Six recently learned Emma Stone was set to marry her fiancé Dave McCary in Los Angeles this month. For obvious reasons, the couple has reportedly opted to hold off. According to the tab, the wedding was originally scheduled for this weekend. After they canceled, presumably because of the ongoing spread of the coronavirus and its not-so-friendly sidekick, social distancing, they reportedly chose to wait on choosing a new date. Emma, 31, and Dave, 34, met when Emma hosted "Saturday Night Live" in 2016 while the groom-to-be was working as a segment director on the show. They were first linked as a couple in October 2017.
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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds troll Hugh Jackman while announcing $1M food bank donation
Earlier this week, Ben Affleck pledged a large donation to Feeding America, urging fans and followers to give what they could to the nation's food banks. Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds followed suit on Tuesday, March 17, and they even included a dig at Ryan's faux-nemesis, Hugh Jackman. (Hey, jokes cause smiles and smiles are known to be good for your immune system!) "I think we can all agree, Covid-19 is an a——," Ryan quipped on Twitter. "If you can help, visit, http://FeedingAmerica.org and/or http://FoodBanksCanada.ca," he added. He also shared a text image in which he and Blake told fans, "Take care of your bodies and hearts. Leave room for joy. Call someone who's isolated and might need connection." The kicker? "Hugh Jackman's # is 1-555-😥-HUGH."
Reese Witherspoon on being shamed for not immediately telling someone she'd been assaulted as a child actor
Reese Witherspoon is not here for shamers. The "The Morning Show" star appeared in her first major film, 1991's "Man in the Moon," at age 15. She recently sat down with Vanity Fair for a cover story in which she revealed that she was assaulted early on in her career. Frustratingly, she's still sometimes treated as if she could or should have done more as a kid to protect herself. "Bad things happened to me. I was assaulted, harassed. It wasn't isolated," she told the magazine of her child actor days. "I recently had a journalist ask me about it. She said, 'Well, why didn't you speak up sooner?' And I thought, that's so interesting to talk to someone who experienced those things and then judge them for the way they decide to speak about them. You tell your story in your own time when you're ready. But the shame that she tried to put on me was unreal, and then she wrote about how selfish I was for not bringing it up sooner." (Reese spoke candidly about having been attacked by a director when she was 16 at a 2017 Elle Women in Hollywood event.) Speaking to VF, she continued: "There wasn't a public reckoning 25 years ago when this stuff happened to me. There wasn't a forum to speak about it either. Social media has created a new way for people to express themselves that I didn't have." Adding that she sees "great strength in power and numbers," she conceded that in 2020, "We're trying to find our identity," and said the acknowledgment of that fact is something that makes her really appreciate her new show.
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Blake Shelton threatens to bring back his mullet
Aw, just in time for mandatory social distancing all over the world, Blake Shelton has been kind enough to offer inspiration for all to stay far, far away from him. OK, maybe not photographers … "I have an announcement," he tweeted on Tuesday, March 17. "With basically EVERYTHING I had scheduled being canceled for the foreseeable further @gwenstefani and I have made a decision together. I am growing my mullet back as a symbol of hope or some s— like that..Anyway it's coming back! For real. Stay tuned…" As one user said in the comments, "Omg the apocalypse is really here … "
Khloe Kardashian and her fam congratulate new mom Malika Haqq
The Kardashian-Jenner krewe has a new little face in their extended family and Khloe Kardashian, for one, couldn't be more excited. Khloe's best friend, Malika Haqq, announced on Instagram on Monday, March 17, that she had welcomed a little boy, Ace, with her ex, O.T. Generes, over the weekend. Khloe, who's already been dubbed Aunti Koko by her siblings' kids, gushed in the comments, "My beautiful beautiful nephew!!!! Ace, we have been waiting for you." E! News noticed Khloe was far from the only one in the Kar-Jenner fam who chimed in with well wishes. Kylie Jenner told her friend she couldn't wait to meet the little guy, while Kendall Jenner posted a simple, "congrats!!! love you." Kim Kardashian West echoed Kylie's comment, showering the new mom with love and telling her she and her family can't wait to meet him. Kourtney Kardashian, meanwhile, posted, "Life is beautiful," before adding a note about the famously sweet scent newborns have for some reason. "Can't wait to smell him!" she told her friend.
Pink and daughter Willow show off their family's stay-inside schedule
Pink and her family aren't letting the new reality of life in the age of coronavirus stop them from being productive with their time at home. On Monday, March 16, the 40-year-old singer and her 8-year-old daughter shared a pair of videos on Instagram in which Pink shows off a schedule printed on different pieces of paper on a wall in her kitchen. "I wanted to share something really cool a friend sent to me. It's how to make a schedule for your family," she said (via People). "We wake up before 9 and then we go on our morning walk if we can, yoga if it's raining," she explained, taking viewers through the itinerary. The kids, Willow and her 3-year-old brother Jameson, then have an hour of "academic time," followed by an hour of "creative time," then lunch. Showing off "chore time," Pink said Willow had vacuumed that day. Other scheduled time chunks include "quiet time" and a family outing for "fresh air" around 4 p.m. with Pink's husband, Carey Hart. Dinner follows, Pink added, joking, "… then bedtime at 8 or 9 depending if you don't fight with your brother." Finally, she offered: "This is a crazy time but we have each other, so let's figure out a way to talk to each other and connect and be kind — and I'll do my best to be kind too. I love you all. We're gonna get through this. .. If you can, stay home. No playdates. Just stay home."
Fiona Apple gave up cocaine following 'one excruciating night' listening to Quentin Tarantino, Paul Thomas Anderson 'brag'
In these times of non-socializing, it's good to remember partying can lead you astray, anyway. That's especially true if your party-mates are Quentin Tarantino and "Boogie Nights" writer, director and producer Paul Thomas Anderson, apparently. In a new interview with the New Yorker, Fiona Apple talks largely about her forthcoming album, "Fetch the Bolt Cutters." But in a hilarious aside, the singer reveals the names of the two celebs whom she credits with ending her interest in cocaine forever. The writer makes a reference to the anecdote first, mentioning casually that Fiona "had quit cocaine years earlier, after spending 'one excruciating night' at Quentin Tarantino's house, listening to him and [her ex, Paul] … brag." Sadly, she didn't elaborate on the nature of their bragging. She did, however, suggest this alternative to any 12-step program: "Every addict should just get locked in a private movie theatre with Q.T. and P.T.A. on coke," she joked, "and they'll never want to do it again."
Ali Fedotowsky says she 'hated being the Bachelorette'
Ali Fedotowsky has no apparent regrets when it comes to her time on "The Bachelorette," but it doesn't sound like she'd return to the show. The former reality star initially appeared on "The Bachelor" back in 2002. She didn't find love there but returned to "The Bachelorette" for the show's 2003 season. That series was tough, too, she recently told Us Weekly on one of the magazine's podcasts. "It is so difficult. I hated being the Bachelorette. And that's the truth," Ali said. "I am beyond grateful. Like, my life would not be what it is today. If I wasn't on that show, I wouldn't have the platform I have. I wouldn't have the amazing community around me. I wouldn't have met my husband, wouldn't have my kids, like, I'm so beyond grateful for 'The Bachelorette.' But I hated my experience." Asked to elaborate, she explained: "I found it very hard to date people that I knew I wasn't going to end up with. Like, I walked into night one of 'The Bachelorette,' knowing my top two guys. She added: "A lot of people are that way. That's why people who get the first impression rose are always in the top two or three. … You know your attraction to somebody right away." Ultimately, Ali's attraction to radio host Kevin Manno is the one that stuck. The couple said "I do" in 2015 after Ali's stint as a correspondent on E! News.
Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan on lockdown with Archie in Canada
As Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's friend Sophie Trudeau remains in isolation in London following her positive test for coronavirus, the couple, who just got back to Canada from their farewell tour in the UK, is now on lockdown with their son Archie, according to Page Six. Meghan reportedly got back to Vancouver Island "on the last commercial flight" last week, while Harry wrapped up meetings at Buckingham Palace. He returned to Canada at the end of the week. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is currently in self-isolation like his wife, but in Canada, where he recently closed the borders to non-citizens and non-permanent residents except for U.S. citizens.
Bebe Rexha urges the public to 'do [their] civic duty' and stay inside after a 45-year-old acquaintance died from COVID-19
As more cities look to mandatory "shelter in place" policies, Bebe Rexha is mourning the death of an acquaintance who died from COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus. "This is NOT A JOKE. A friend of a friend just died of corona at the age of 45," she tweeted on Monday, March 16. "STAY INSIDE YOUR FUCKIN HOUSE AND DO YOUR CIVIC DUTY. PLEASE." Later, she slammed Donald Trump for being out of touch. "The US government should put a stop to rent payments, mortgage payments and utility payments at least until the coronavirus is under control," she posted (via Billboard). "Millions of Americans are worried about keeping their jobs and their homes instead of staying safe. @realDonaldTrump."