Shailene Woodley, Aaron Rodgers spotted in Florida together following split
Shailene Woodley and Aaron Rodgers' post-split reunion continues. Amid speculation the formerly engaged stars have rekindled their romance, the two were spotted exiting a private jet in Palm Beach, Florida, together on March 8. According to TMZ, they spent a few hours there before leaving together on the same plane. While they kept things platonic while in public together in Florida, they were reportedly spotted holding hands at Aaron's Green Bay Packers teammate's wedding in California over the weekend, suggesting they're giving the relationship another go. Aaron's recent gushing praise for Shailene on "The Pat McAfee Show" and on Instagram have also fueled reunion rumors. Shailene, however, has reportedly stopped wearing her engagement ring. "They are testing the waters," an insider recently told E! News. "Since he's been off [from work], they have been able to take some time to work on their relationship and try to figure things out. They are going to continue trying to do that and see what happens."
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Maren Morris, Stella Parton react to Morgan Wallen's big ACM Awards win
Country music fans reacted with mixed feelings on Twitter after Morgan Wallen took home the Album of the Year Award for "Dangerous: The Double Album" at this week's Academy of Country Music Awards on March 8. The singer's big win comes after he was banned by multiple awards shows, had his label contract suspended and saw his music yanked from multiple radio stations as a result of a video that surfaced last year that showed him yelling a racial slur. Though he later apologized and checked into rehab — he said he'd been on a days-long bender — he also vowed to "do better," something critics say he's failed to follow through on. When his name was announced at the ceremony in Las Vegas, Morgan's country singing peer, Maren Morris, notably refused to clap or stand amid the wild applause. Dolly Parton's sister, Stella Parton, also a singer and actress, commented in more explicit terms about Morgan's win on Twitter on March 9, saying her "only complaint" about the ACM Awards was that "Morgan Wallen was rewarded for his bad boy behavior." She added, "It's always been that way," later adding, "A female would have been thrown under the bus for a h*** of a lot less but it's the good ole boy way!" Other fans who opposed the win posted sentiments like "country music has no problem celebrating racism – that's been a huge backbone of the genre even though it was built off the backs of Africans & Black people's music," while Morgan's supporters defended his win. Some fans landed in the middle of that spectrum, with one asking, "Should he have said it?? Absolutely not!! He should not pay for that mistake for the rest of his life either." Morgan, for his part, said nothing about the racism scandal or subsequent reports he failed to follow through on promised donations to organizations supporting racial equality and justice. Instead, he thanked those who he said have "shown me grace along the way." As Morgan himself said on "Good Morning America" last year, his album sales spiked after news leaked of his use of the N-word. "Dangerous" eventually became the top-selling album of 2021, across all genres, according to Billboard.
Gwyneth Paltrow says Apple Martin 'made me the woman I am today'
Gwyneth Paltrow marked International Women's Day on March 8 with a moving homage to Apple Martin, the 17-year-old daughter she shares with ex, Chris Martin. "Happy international womens day. I've been spending the morning thinking about all of the incredible women I love, who love me back hard," Gwyneth wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of Apple. "I keep thinking about the women I have known since kindergarten or 7th grade, who are more strongly in my life than almost ever. But today I want to pay tribute to one (technically almost) woman on the cusp of it," she continued in the loving post. "This woman gives me hope for the future of sisterhood, and for the future of our planet. And this woman has made me the woman I am today more than anyone else." Blake Shelton also took a moment out of his day on March 8 to celebrate the most special woman in his life — his wife, Gwen Stefani. "There ain't #NobodyButYou.. Happy #InternationalWomensDay to the best woman I know!" Blake gushed to Gwen on the 'Gram. Hugh Jackman chimed in as well, sharing a video that showed him thanking "all the incredible women in my life," starting with his wife and other loved ones. "Happy International Women's Day. Let's face it, you all make the world a much better place!" he captioned the post.
Where Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian stand as she plans Travis Barker wedding
Kourtney Kardashian's ex, Scott Disick, has reportedly "warmed up to accepting" her engagement to Travis Barker. "Scott and Kourtney's co-parenting routine is very well balanced and things have been cordial between them," an insider told "Entertainment Tonight" in a report published on March 8. Kourtney and Scott, who split in 2015 after nearly a decade together, share three kids, Mason, 13, Penelope, 9, and Reign, 7. When Kourtney announced her engagement to Travis last fall, Scott reportedly struggled with the news she was finally moving on for good following their years-long, on-off relationship. Fans initially spread messages of concern about the former "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star, given his angry response to Kourtney and Travis' PDA on social media as their relationship got serious last year. Now, it seems he's gradually becoming more comfortable with the prospect of Kourtney moving on in such an official way. "He hasn't entirely come to terms with Kourtney and Travis' relationship, but he has definitely warmed up to accepting the fact that Kourtney is marrying Travis," ET's source said. "There are moments of jealousy and animosity, but at the end of the day, he wants her to be happy." The insider added that Kourtney and Travis could tie the knot as soon as this spring or summer.
Michael Cera confirms baby's age, sex after Amy Schumer's accidental reveal
Michael Cera shared a few more details about his new baby in an interview with "Extra" this week, days after his "Life of Beth" costar Amy Schumer accidentally went public with his stork news. The stars were talking to Entertainment Tonight last week when Amy, who has a 2-year-old son, said "Michael has a baby, too," before realizing she'd "just outed" the notoriously private actor. Speaking to "Extra," the two were chatting about "Expecting Amy," the documentary Amy recently made about her difficult pregnancy experience, when Michael was asked about the new addition he shares with his partner, Nadine. "He's just a little 6-month-old baby," Michael said, confirming his son's age and sex for the first time. "Actually, watching Amy's documentary, I was just shocked …," he continued. "Like, I already had a very strong appreciation … of what women go through, but, you know, you can only have a distant outsider, you know, appreciation for it." He didn't say much more about his little one in either interview, though he told ET he and Nadine are "right at the beginning of" parenthood. "We're doing the very basics right now," he said.
Kanye West says he's 'dead' in dark, new poem
After posting a poem entitled "Divorce" on social media, Kanye West returned to Instagram on March 8 with a second bit of dark verse that reads like a follow-up. The latest poem is called "Dead," and sees Kanye discovering he's no longer alive after having been murdered. "No one wanted to tell me I was DEAD," the poem begins. It goes on to describe visitors feeding birds at his grave and more, then shifts into references to the four children he shares with his ex, Kim Kardashian, who was declared legally single last week amid their ongoing divorce — and Kim's new romance with Pete Davidson. "I found out one day at the newsstand in purgatory there was a front page article of my murderer's story," writes Kanye, who recently released a video for "Eazy" in which he buries a claymation Pete alive. In the caption, Ye, as he's now legally named, reiterated his previously shared idea that "art is therapy," seemingly in response to backlash over the video. "I feel already compromised that I have to justify my expression after over 20 years of art that I've contributed to the planet but I also see the need to make sure we as a species are allowed to still feel anything," he captioned the poem. "Men not allowed to cry celebrities not allowed to cry I will not explain this new piece for the explanation destroys the mystery and magic of true love and puts it in a box that can be counted. Art is subjective," he continued, in part. "… Someone's truth can be another persons lie We don't all have to feel the same because we are not the same." In court filings, Kim told the judge overseeing her divorce from Kanye that his social media posts have featured "misinformation" about their family.
Barbie Ferreira addresses rumored feud with 'Euphoria' director Sam Levinson
"Euphoria" star Barbie Ferreira is responding to reports of an on-set feud with the show's director, Sam Levinson. The chatter began shortly before the actress, who plays Kat on the drama, bowed out of the Season 2 premiere after her character was given much less screen time than she had in Season 1. In an interview with The Cut published in February, Barbie was asked about the rumored tension behind the scenes, but she dismissed it. "Kat's journey this season is a little more internal and a little mysterious to the audience," Barbie replied at the time. "She is secretly going through a lot of existential crises. She loses her marbles a little bit — just like everyone else in this season." The Daily Beast later cited claims by production sources who said Barbie had walked off the set, according to PopSugar. She was asked about the rumored IRL drama again late last week. "I've seen so many different things, and a lot of it is untrue, and some of it's kind of like mundane little things," she told Insider. "Sometimes, things take on a life of their own, and they're not rooted in the truth, but it's OK because I know it's just out of passion and out of curiosity and all that good stuff."
Idina Menzel, 'Let It Go' songwriter praise viral young singer in Ukraine shelter
"Frozen" star Idina Menzel, along with Kristen Anderson-Lopez, who co-wrote the show's music, have both showed support for a young girl in a shelter in Ukraine after a video of her singing "Let It Go" in a shelter went viral over the weekend. The moving clip shows the girl, clad in a long blonde braid, quieting the crowded shelter when she begins to sing the first lines of the famous song. As she finishes, she's greeted with applause and cheers. Idina, who originally sang "Let It Go" as Elsa in "Frozen," reposted the video on March 6, along with a message to the young singer that read, "We see you. We really, really see you. 💙💛." One day later, the "Let It Go" songwriter posted a note to the child, as well. "Dear Little Girl with the beautiful voice," Kristen wrote on Twitter, sharing the clip. "My husband and I wrote this song as part of a story about healing a family in pain. The way you sing it is like a magic trick that spreads the light in your heart and heals everyone who hears it. Keep singing! We are listening!" CNN previously reported the little girl's name is Amelia and the footage was shot in Kyiv amid Russia's continued invasion.