Kourtney Kardashian reveals why she hasn't moved in with husband Travis Barker
Newlyweds Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker have yet to move in together, Kourtney revealed on a new episode of the "Not Skinny But Not Fat" podcast this week. "We're in the place where we're figuring out how to blend our households and our kids, and what life looks like now. For the most part we're getting those things in place. We do family dinner every Sunday night with all the kids at his house," she explained. "All the kids" includes the children Kourt shares with her ex, Scott Disick — Mason, 12, Penelope, 10, and Reign, 7 — plus the kids Travis shares with his ex-wife, Shanna Moakler — Landon, 18, Alabama, 16, and Travis' stepdaughter, 23-year-old Atiana. Looking ahead, Kourtney says she and the Blink-182 drummer plan to share a place of their own, but for now, they're focused on making sure their children "feel really comfortable," which is easy enough since their homes are just one block apart. The reality star was also asked if Scott will return for Season 2 of "The Kardashians," after his Season 1 storyline focused on his sadness and feelings of loneliness when Kourtney and Travis tied the knot. "I literally don't know," Kourtney said. "I was upset they chose to take my fairytale and include that part of it," she added. "And then it just bothered me, like, these people, at wherever are like making the choice of what my story is." According to Kourtney, she gave notes on Scott's scenes in an effort to keep the focus on her love story with Travis, but those requests went unfulfilled.
Keep clicking through for more news …
RELATED: More stars we've lost in 2022
Gigi Hadid calls out Kanye West: 'You're a bully and a joke'
"If you can't take it, don't dish it." That's how Gigi Hadid summed up her anger at "bully" Kanye West after he attacked a fashion editor who criticized his "White Lives Matter"-branded shirts at Yeezy's Paris Fashion Week show. The editor, Vogue's Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, initially said on her Instagram Stories that Ye's slogan was "deeply offensive, violent and dangerous," after sharing a detailed analysis why the shirts didn't "land" right. Gabriella wasn't alone in her opinion: Jaden Smith walked out of the show, Jodie Turner-Smith slammed Kanye's shirts on social media and British Vogue editor-in chief Edward Enninful called them "inappropriate" and "insensitive," according to the New York Times. Nonetheless, Kanye responded to her critique by posting a screenshot of her Instagram and photos of the journalist, tacking on captions like, "This is not a fashion person …" and criticizing her boots. Soon, Gigi chimed in to tell him off. "You wish u had a percentage of her intellect," the model wrote in the comments on Tuesday (Oct. 4). "You have no idea haha… If there's actually a point to any of your s*** she might be the only person that could save u. As if the 'honor' of being invited to your show should keep someone from giving their opinion..? Lol. You're a bully and a joke." Gigi explained her stance later on her own Instagram Stories. "I was trying very hard not to give that man air time, but publicly bullying someone who criticizes your work on your massive platform is another level of ridiculousness to me," she wrote, according to Glamour). "If you can't take it don't dish it. If you can't take criticism, especially the smart, nuanced, and kind criticism that GKJ provided [after] yesterday's show, then don't put work out for public consumption." Gigi added: "This is immature bully behavior. It's behavior that we have all enabled by continuing to engage with this work for the sake of vitality, web traffic, mere curiosity, or whatever it is. Enough. It's not smart. It's not interesting. It's not nuanced. It's dangerous." Kanye, meanwhile, defended his controversial design on Instagram on Tuesday, writing, "Everyone knows that Black Lives Matter was a scam. Now its over You're welcome."
Pete Davidson appears to be ditching his Kim Kardashian tattoos
Pete Davidson might be saying "goodbye" to his Kim Kardashian-inspired ink. On Monday (Oct. 4), the "SNL" alum was photographed wearing a bandage on his neck — right where his "MY GIRLS IS A LAWYER" tattoo should be, TMZ reported. The tat was an homage to Kim's ongoing pursuit of a law degree. It was also Kim's "favorite," she told an interviewer prior to the stars' split earlier this year. It's not clear from the bandage whether Pete was removing the ink or changing it up, but he does have a track record of ditching or redoing tattoos he's gotten in honor of other relationships that didn't work out, including a neck tat that was devoted to Ariana Grande. If he's scrapping the Kim art, it's not just his neck that will need some bandaging. The comic also has tattoos referencing his first kiss with Kim ("Jasmine" and "Aladdin," with an infinity sign between them), the first initials of Kim and her four kids, and Kim's first name, which is branded across the actor's chest.
Loretta Lynn dies at 90
Country music icon Loretta Lynn has died at age 90. The singer-songwriter "passed away peacefully this morning, Oct. 4, in her sleep at home in her beloved ranch in Hurricane Mills," Tennessee, her family said in a statement on Tuesday. News of Loretta's death sparked social media remembrances from seemingly every corner of the music world, but especially from the singer's peers in country. Dolly Parton honored her "sister" and friend as "a wonderful human being" and a "wonderful talent," while Carole King described the "Coal Miner's Daughter" singer as "an inspiration." Others pointed to Loretta's rare combination of talent and moxy, with Carrie Underwood sharing how the "cantankerous little pistol" playfully smacked her on her bottom at the Grand Ole Opry when they first met. Though she was widely known as the Queen of Country Music, Loretta's influence extended far beyond the genre, especially after her Grammy-winning Jack White collaboration, "Van Lear Rose." Jack, who was close friends with Loretta, once told the New York Times the message in her music was always, "This is how women live. This is what women are thinking." His words echo what Loretta herself told Esquire in 2007. "I wasn't the first woman in country music," she said. "I was just the first one to stand up there and say what I thought, what life was about. The rest were afraid to."
Chris Martin is battling 'a serious lung infection,' Coldplay postpones 8 shows
Coldplay is hitting the brakes on their world tour as lead singer Chris Martin battles "a serious lung infection," the band announced on Tuesday (Oct. 4). "With deep regret, we've been forced to postpone our upcoming shows in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo until early 2023," the band wrote on Instagram. "Due to a serious lung infection, Chris has been put under strict doctor's orders to rest for the next three weeks." The musicians went on to apologize for "any disappointment and inconvenience," writing, "we're so grateful for your understanding at this challenging time where we need to prioritize Chris' health." They also promised tickets for the postponed shows will be valid for the new dates and ticket refunds will be available. "We're optimistic that Chris will return to good health after the prescribed medical break and look forward to resuming the tour as soon as possible," they concluded. "To everyone affected, please accept our sincere apologies, and thank you as always for your love and support." Chris, 45, has been touring with Coldplay in support of their 2021 album, "Music of the Spheres."
'WandaVision,' 'Buffy' star Emma Caulfield reveals MS diagnosis
Emma Caulfield Ford says she's done hiding the truth about her health. In a new interview with Vanity Fair, the former "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" star reveals she's been privately battling multiple sclerosis for more than a decade. "Once upon a time, I had zero health problems," the actress, 49, told the outlet. "Back in 2010, I was working on Marti Noxon's 'Gigantic,' and prior to starting that job, I woke up one morning and the left side of my face felt like there were a million ants crawling on it. That feeling when you've sat in a position too long." Emma said her neurologist suspected she might have Bell's palsy, which temporarily causes muscle weakness and paralysis, but an MRI proved otherwise. She was in hair and makeup on the set of "Gigantic" when the doctor delivered the news over the phone. "He was like: 'You have MS.' Just like that. It was like an out-of-body experience," she recalled. I'm like, 'No, that's not possible … what are you talking about?'… It was literally a kind of nightmare." Though Emma initially kept the diagnosis under wraps, she said she's going public now now because she's "tired of not being honest" — and because of her 6-year-old daughter. "I know that she has a 30 percent greater chance of coming down with this, just luck of the draw for her," said Emma, whose father also has MS. "It got me thinking about her and how full of joy and active she is, and she's just such a remarkable little creature," she added. Despite her health battle, Emma remains busy with work — she'll reprise her "WandaVision" characters on Marvel's "Agatha: Coven of Chaos" — and is generally feeling "OK," she said. "Truthfully, my attitude is not crumbling under the fear of 'what if' or 'what can,' or 'what has' for other people. I just have to keep going."
Britney Spears' mom Lynne Spears apologizes for 'everything that's hurt' her
Britney Spears' mom, Lynne Spears, is still pushing for a reconciliation with her daughter. Over the weekend, Lynne apologized to the singer for "anything and everything that's hurt" her — which, for those of you keeping score at home, is, um, a whole lot of things. In an Instagram post about the long-simmering tensions with her family on Saturday (Oct. 1), Britney shared her wish that her family would "take responsibility for their actions" after she endured 13 years under a conservatorship that gave her father control of most aspects of her life. "A genuine apology would help give me closure," Britney wrote in the lengthy caption. Lynne seemingly latched on to that portion and responded to her daughter in the comments. "I am soooo sorry for your pain! I have been sorry for years!" she wrote. "I love you so much and miss you! Britney, deep down you know how much I love and miss you! I apologize for anything and everything that's hurt you!," Lynne continued, before begging Britney to "please unblock" her so they can "can speak … in person." If Britney accepted the apology, she doesn't seem to have mentioned it on social media.