How Justin Theroux is handling his split
Life goes on. In the wake of his split from Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux is reportedly focused on his health, both mental and physical. "Justin has been hitting the gym hard since the split. He's been working out for over an hour every day at Gotham Gym. Boxing is a big part of his workout routine," a source tells ET, adding that he "loves working out" for the mind-clearing effects exercise has on him. The insider says Justin is "more committed to a consistent regime" these days — and that includes walking and biking in New York City, as opposed to the four-wheeled travel required by his life with Jen in Los Angeles. "When he was with Jen they took cars everywhere, which he hated. Even in the cold weather, Justin's been biking everywhere. He's totally back in his element now," says the source. When he's not working out, Justin's reportedly been "dining with friends regularly" so he doesn't end up cooped up at home. Despite "going through a lot," the source says Justin is "trying to move on, [and] he's dealing with this breakup in a really healthy way."
Britney Spears and Kevin Federline are close to working out a new child support deal
Despite a recent report suggesting Britney Spears is "angry" her ex, Kevin Federline wants more child support, it seems the two are close to working out an agreement that will satisfy them both. That's the latest from Us Weekly, which claims Britney's father, Jamie Spears has gotten involved in the negotiations, which began when Kevin requested an increase to the $20,000 a month Britney currently pays Kevin to help support their kids, Sean, 12, and Jayden, 11. "Britney has emphasized to her father she wants this settled. She doesn't want it lingering because it only creates stress," a source tells the tab. According to Us, Jamie met with Kevin and his lawyer earlier this month to try to work out a new number since Brit's making more money now than she was when the $20,000-a-month figure was decided on. "All Kevin wants to be able to do is provide the same standard of living the boys have when they with Britney,. Sean and Jayden's needs are of course changing since they are getting older, which is a major factor in the decision to seek the increase," says the source. "Both sides came away hopeful and optimistic that an agreement can be reached out of court."
Snapchat adds rep from anti-domestic violence group to board after Rihanna controversy
After Rihanna slammed Snapchat for running an ad that seemed tone deaf about domestic violence called "would you rather" in which the user's options were "slap Rihanna or punch Chris Brown," Evan Spiegel's company took a financial tumble, losing $800 million, according to CNN. Now, the company appears to be scrambling to make things right. TMZ reports a rep for the app contacted the National Network to End Domestic Violence on Thursday, March 15, and asked if someone from the organization would join Snapchat's board to help "educate the Snapchat staff on domestic abuse and what's appropriate to post." As Rihanna pointed out in an Instagram story after Snapchat apologized for the ad, making light of the abuse she endured at the hands of Chris Brown in 2009 is certainly in "appropriate." "Now SNAPCHAT I know you already know you ain't my fav app out there! But I'm just trying to figure out what the point was with this mess!" she said on Instagram. "I'd love to call it ignorance, but I know you ain't that dumb!" she continued. "You spent money to animate something that would intentionally bring shame to DV victims and made a joke of it!!!! This isn't about my personal feelings, cause I don't have much of them…but all the women, children, and men that have been victims of DV in the past and especially the ones who haven't made it out yet….you let us down! Shame on you. Throw the whole app-oligy away." In a statement to the Verge, a spokesperson for Snapchat said: "This advertisement is disgusting and never should have appeared on our service. We are so sorry we made the terrible mistake of allowing it through our review process. We are investigating how that happened so that we can make sure it never happens again." The company has reportedly blocked the advertiser, which it says was not affiliated with Snapchat. The executive vice president is reportedly now on Snapchat's Safety Advisory Board.
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Angelina Jolie on aging, beauty — and that time she dyed her hair with a Sharpie
Though she serves as the face of a new fragrance by Mon Guerlain, it's rare that Angelina Jolie opens up about go-to women's magazine topics like beauty and makeup anymore. After all, she has bigger fish to fry. But it also could be because the 42-year-old's never been that concerned about things like looking younger than or learning how to use contouring bronzer like some celebs we know. "I'm sure I had my moments when I was little where I would put makeup all over my face, but I was a bit of a tomboy," she tells InStyle. "And then I was a bit of a punk. Nowadays it's very popular to dye your hair blue, for example. In my day you bleached it and used a Sharpie [for color]." Angie goes on to admit she can't get away with wearing much makeup anyway, telling the magazine, "I have very full, big features, so if I did everything, I'd look a bit like a clown. It'd be just … a lot." Finally, while some actresses spend their 40s pushing the boundaries with botox and fillers, Angie says she has no problem with the fact that her looks are changing as she gets older. "I also see myself aging, and I love it because it means I'm alive — I'm living and getting older. Don't love having a random dark spot from a pregnancy, sure. I see my flaws. But what I see that I like isn't about a structure or an appearance," she explains. "It's more that I see my family in my face. I see my age."
Camila Cabello: Taylor Swift had nothing to do with Fifth Harmony split
Quit blaming Taylor Swift for Camila Cabello's decision to leave Fifth Harmony. Camila put that message out loud and clear this week during her appearance on "The Dan Wootton Interview" podcast.. "Absolutely nobody could ever persuade me to do something," she said, according to Us Weekly. "If I don't want to do something the whole world could be telling me and I won't do it. And if I do, then the whole world could be telling me to not do it and I'll do it. I've always been that way." The singer added that she was "annoyed" when she found out about rumors that Taylor was urging her to leave the girl-group, since Camila understood that would only fuel haters to attack Taylor, whom she considers a close friend. "To be honest with you, she's never, ever had anything to do with that. It's so funny because when Taylor and I talk, and whenever we hang out, we talk about love and boys and we strategize over it," Camila said. "Our friendship is very innocent in that way and it's so, like, pure and I so fiercely protect my friendships with people in the industry that are like that. Shawn [Mendes] is another one of those where, yeah, we talk about the industry but it's, like, at the end of the day we're there for each other as people."
Alicia Vikander on why Lara Croft 'is very different now' than she was in the '90s
As the world continues to rethink how women fit into society when it comes to things like salaries, work opportunities and power, changing attitudes are reflected in pop culture. Alicia Vikander, for example, who plays Lara Croft in the new "Tomb Raider," noticed that the franchise has made adjustments regarding Lara's appeal over time. "It's interesting that a character that has been seen as very sexualized back in the 90s is very different now," she says in the new issue of Marie Claire. "If you go out in the street and ask men and women, young and old, what they find attractive, it's different. You want her to be attractive and sexy, but, nowadays, you want this to be a girl that fights. Someone who's vulnerable, but funny. Someone who's OK with people seeing her bad sides." Even as attitudes about women continue to change, however, the actress points out Hollywood has some catching up to do. "I think it's an interesting time now, because, sadly even if there are some stories being highlighted with female leads, it's still – you know, I did five films in a row where I was the lead, and I didn't have another woman to work with," she says. "It was still just men in it, even though they had a female lead. So being an actress wanting to work with women? It's an exciting time now, because I think the awareness will bring a change."
Why Krysten Ritter thinks 'Jessica Jones' provides 'a great image for boys and girls' to look up to
"Jessica Jones" is arguably the most women-empowered show on TV these days. "It's created by a woman, it stars women. We have a lot of women in front of the camera and behind the camera. And that's kind of always been our thing even since season one," says Krysten Ritter, who plays the superhero title character, in a new interview with Teen Vogue. "At a certain point, we really didn't think about the gender of the director, which I think is the best part. I think when this becomes commonplace, that's going to be even better," she continues. When it comes to her character, Krysten loves that she's both powerful and relatable. "If a little girl or little boy saw an image of Jessica Jones the way that she's dressed, they could be like, 'Oh, who's that?' 'Oh, well, that's Jessica Jones. She's really strong and she helps her friends and takes care of people when they need it,'" she muses.. "And the fact that she's not super hot or super sexy and just kind of looks really normal and wears comfortable clothes, I think it's a great image for boys and girls."
Kim Kardashian West sets the record straight on 'Get Out' rumors about Kanye and whether her will has a hair and makeup stipulation
Kim Kardashian West may have a bone to pick with Jordan Peele. As she explains in a new video feature for Elle , social media users have been accusing Kim's family of holding her husband, Kanye West, hostage, a la Daniel Kaluuya's character, Chris Washington, in the horror film, which centers around Chris, who's black, discovering his white girlfriend's family hypnotizes black people in order to send them somewhere called "the sunken place." In response to tweets like "Kanye West is officially in a sunken place. #FreeKanye" and "If only Kanye wasn't in the sunken place we could get a Watch The Throne 2 smh," Kim minced no words. "Another dumb Kanye f—— 'Get Out' reference … ," she griped when faced with a headline about the jokey comparisons (via the New York Post). "It's like people are so f—— dumb and stupid." Asked to set the record straight on rumors her will dictates that she have hair and makeup done if she ever becomes too sick to communicate her needs. Telling Elle the rumors are "absolutely" true, she explains: "I made a section that if I am so out of it that I can't even communicate and I'm, like, s——- on myself, I definitely need my hair, my nails and my makeup done. I want to look as good as possible." It's nice to have something to look forward to in old age …
Josh Duhamel says Fergie's 'doing great' after All-Star Game backlash: 'She is resilient'
The end of Fergie and Josh Duhamel's marriage clearly didn't mean the end of their love for one another. Josh stopped by "The Dan Patrick Show" on Thursday, March 15, where he was asked about the backlash from Fergie's unconventional take on "The National Anthem" at the NBA All-Star Game on Feb. 1. As the flowers he brought his ex the next day suggested, Josh never stopped believing in Fergie as critics and social media users panned her performance. "I was on my way back from the airport when I heard. So, I saw it when I got home. I felt, I mean I've seen the girl sing it several times — Daytona 500, Patriots, Dolphins home opener — and she crushes the song, so I was surprised to see she tried what she did," he admitted (via Us Weekly). "But more than that, I just felt bad for her. There's an army of trolls out there who are just ready to pounce and they were not nice. And for that, I feel bad but she's a really tough girl." He went on to say that he wanted to defend her but knew it wasn't his place to do so. "I wanted to pull the tapes out from Daytona 500, like, 'Look at this! She's really good at singing this song!' But I was like, 'I gotta just stay out of this. It's that protective thing in you, but she's doing great," he said. As for the flowers? "I didn't know what else to do. I was like, 'I just want you to know, I got your back, girl. I'm with you, I'm on your side,'" Josh explained. "The girl's amazingly talented, she really truly is. And by the way, her album is amazing. She's had a challenging year but she is resilient."
Drew Barrymore praises ex Will Kopelman's 'amazing' dad skills
"Olive has a working mom." That's how Drew Barrymore began a pair of long Instagram posts this week in which she detailed the ways she deals with her daughter's feelings about her schedule, which requires her to travel more than it sounds like Drew would like. Explaining that she uses a calendar that gets circles on days she'll be traveling and has Olive put an X on the days as they pass, she wrote that the exercise has helped Olive develop an understanding that mom's trips won't be forever — it's helped her learn geography, too, since Drew keeps information about where she'll be at different times of the month on the calendar. As the lengthy post continued, Drew noted, "I don't say 'I have to go work' with a grimace on my face, because I fear it will make her feel negative about something a lot of moms must do to provide. My friend once said 'never make your child feel like work is the bad thing taking you away from them' and I realized a lot of us tend to do that to try to make our kids feel better and that work is the yucky thing taking us away. It's a good intention, but I am convinced I need to take a different approach. I want to empower my daughters to think work is good and necessary. And can even lead them to road of their dreams." The actress, producer and beauty line guru also gushed about how great Olive's father, Drew's ex, is when it comes parenting. "… I say to Will Kopelman thank you for always being the best dad and supporting and enabling me to do what I need and want to do," she wrote. "I know that's not everyone's situation. And I never take it for granted. I never had family growing up. And that's also a support system I cherish every day of my life. I love my family and everyone in it. Because they form these little girls too. And man, did I pick well!"