Jamie Foxx plays it coy when asked about Katie Holmes
"Fake news, fake news." That's how Jamie Foxx responded when a photographer caught up with him at the Los Angeles International Airport this week and asked about his long rumored romance with Katie Holmes, according to the Daily Mail. A fan pressed for more info but Jamie declined, saying only, "C'mon …" Finally, when someone chimed in to say Jamie and Katie look "cute together," Jamie offered only this: "I'm … Thanks for saying I'm cute." Oy. Following the maybe-slash-probably couple's reported rendezvous in Paris this month, sources told Us Weekly Katie is ready to go public with the relationship. So far? No dice.
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Tyga has 'given up on … reuniting with Kylie Jenner'
After years of on-off dating, it sounds like Kylie Jenner and Tyga's relationship is over for good. "Tyga's pretty much given up on any hopes of reuniting with Kylie," a source recently told Hollywood Life. "All his attempts to make Kylie jealous have fallen flat and she's not bitten at all." Meanwhile, Kylie's romance with Travis Scott appears to be getting more serious. "Now it seems there really is something between them and Tyga's finally accepting it," said the insider. The Lip Kit creator has even met Travis' folks. "They really appreciated that she's obviously so crazy about Travis and how incredibly in love with him she is," said the course. "They think she's a great match for him, and they really like how she keeps him in check, and holds her own. Kylie is sassy, and funny, sweet and charming, and his family really took to her."
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Drew Barrymore is going into publishing
Drew Barrymore took a break from acting to raise her daughters. Now, with "The Santa Clarita Diet" getting ready to shoot its second season and plans in the works to launch a hard copy magazine called Flower Press, she's back in full force. The actress and Flower Beauty founder stopped by the Beautycon Festival in Brooklyn, New York, over the weekend to promote the forthcoming magazine, which she asked fans to hold up each time they took a selfie with her. "I wanted to step away from movies to do different things and have more time to be with my kids. Now I feel like I'm getting back to an old self that is inspired and collected globes and wrote on typewriters," she told AdWeek, explaining her interest in publishing. "I simply fail at technology so I'm going analog and I'm going paper. It's going to be really large format. I love magazines like Egoïste and The Manipulator. I'm going to make something like that." Drew also said the copy and art in the magazine "was all me and my girlfriends." "My girlfriends are graphic artists and copywriters," she explained. "I'm a writer and a photographer. That's me taking the picture on the cover. I was on the set of Charlie's Angels." Drew added that she hopes to launch the first issue before the end of 2017.
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Kevin Hart: If the Rock runs for president, I'll run against him
Sorry, The Rock. Your pal Kevin Hart won't be voting for you if you really run for president. "You know what, because he didn't make me the Vice President, no, I do not [support him]. I'm mad about it. I was shoo-in!" Kevin joked to E! News over the weekend about Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's recent revelation that he'd like to make a White House bid in 2020. "The world wanted to see that and he didn't go with me, so I'm not rooting for DJ. If Dwayne Johnson runs for president, I will be running for President the same year. And I can announce my VP right now, and it's somebody I love — it's my son!" Kevin, whose son Hendrix is 9 and was on the red carpet with him at the time, told the boy to "just shake your head yes." Asked if The Rock could win an election, Kevin said: "At this point, man, anything can happen. I wouldn't be shocked to see anything at this stage. All I can do is put positivity in the air, and I am the type of person who believes no matter what, we as people can get better, and I'm going to continue to say that. Sometimes you've got to take some steps backward to take a bunch forward, and we're going to get better. Keep that hope. Keep that faith. Things get better. I believe. Live, laugh and love — that's what I live by."
Liev Schreiber has 'Ray Donovan' moved to NYC so he can see his kids more
A year after telling Ellen DeGeneres he was frustrated his work schedule prevented him from seeing his children enough, Liev Schreiber has reportedly convinced the producers of "Ray Donovan" to move filming from Los Angeles to New York, where the sons he shares with his ex Naomi Watts live. "Liev is stuck in Los Angeles filming the show for most of the year, and when the season ends, he is usually on location filming a movie. He feels he never sees them," a source tells the New York Post. "The show is a hit, and he's the star. He told Showtime filming had to move to New York next season and they agreed." In a June appearance on "Ellen," Liev explained why he and Naomi agreed to keep Samuel and Alexander on the East Coast. "The kids are at that age where you kind of want them to have continuity with friends and school. You've got to put them first at a certain point and the back and forth, I think, can get tough," he said. "I try to FaceTime with them but they're just bored. It's a horrible feeling … I work a 16-hour day and I have 20 minutes to talk to my kids and they're just like, 'Hey, Dad.'"
Why Amy Schumer reminds David Letterman of Richard Pryor
Amy Schumer is getting high praise from a TV comedy icon. In the new issue of GQ, David Letterman weighs in on the top comics in 2017. After shout-outs to Nick Kroll and John Mulaney ("the funniest thing I've seen in years") and Norm Macdonald (whom he said is "without peer"), David name-checked Amy. "I don't want to say she's like Richard Pryor, because that doesn't make any sense, but I think she's a real breakthrough," he said. "I remember being at The Comedy Story when he would come in to work on new material. His frank candor regarding his sexual activity was, to me at least, pretty pioneering. You didn't see that stuff on 'The Tonight Show.' I kind of see Amy Schumer as having done the same thing for women. Both of them seem to be the ones who were just [like], 'I'm confident in this. This is who I am. And I can make it funny.'"
Christie Brinkley looks ageless (again) in new selfie
Oops, she did it again. Christie Brinkley shared a selfie as she headed to Haiti on a charity trip with the Smile organization on Monday, May 22. As per usual, she looked a good 20 years younger than 63. While she's said she uses Botox sparingly on her neck and chin and nowhere else (she's said she found it made her look "sad" when she tried it on her face), the modeling icon is a fan of fillers. "I've used them on an indentation on my forehead – the legacy of a playground accident – and also on marionette lines around my mouth," she wrote in her book "Timeless Beauty." "But you must use a very small amount because over-filling removes contours and gives you a flat face." When it comes to beauty treatments, she wrote in the Daily Mail in 2015, "The best results are not total transformations but nearly imperceptible changes that just make you look like a slightly younger version of you."
James Corden honors those affected by Manchester attack in special monologue
While taping "The Late Late Show" on Monday, May 22, James Corden, who was born in London, learned of the attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester that killed at least 22 people — including children — and injured nearly 60 others. He recorded a moving tribute those affected by the attack, then had the screen fade to black for a moment of silence before the show aired. "It shocks me every time we hear this sort of news that attacks like this can happen — but especially when there will be so many children at this concert tonight," he said, according to E! News. "Many of you won't have ever been in Manchester, but you will definitely have heard of it. It's famous all over the world for so many wonderful things. Great football teams: Man City and Man United. It's famous for incredible music: Oasis and Joy Division. It was the birthplace of the leader of the Suffragettes. It's the home of the invention of the first computer. It's a place full of comedy and curries and character. But when I think of Manchester, the place that I know, I think of the spirit of the people there. And I'm telling you, a more tight-knit group of people you will be hard pressed to find. Strong, proud, caring people with community at its core. And if it was even possible, the spirit of Manchester will grow even stronger this evening. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone in Manchester tonight. All of the staff at the MEN Arena, all of the security teams, all of the emergency teams, Ariana and her team and all of the families affected by tonight. In closing, added, "We'll all go to bed holding out little ones even tighter this evening." At Wonderwall, our thought and prayers are also with everyone reeling from what British Prime Minister described as an act of "appalling, sickening cowardice."
Jenelle Evans hints at 'Teen Mom 2' spinoff
Is a "Teen Mom 2" spinoff in the works? InTouchWeekly picked up on a tweet to Jenelle Evans asking her when she'll get her own show and her answer suggested she may have already begun devising plans for her own series. "Maybeeeeeee ," she tweeted, "organizing takes a while." It could take more than "a while" to deliver a new project, though, given the latest developments in Jenelle's personal life. In January, she welcomed her third child and earlier this month, her mother, Barbara, reportedly kept her from seeing Jenelle's son Jace on Mother's Day, a move that's been ascribed to Barbara and Jenelle's ongoing custody battle.
Liam Payne wouldn't let most of 1D babysit his son
Which One Direction member would Liam Payne be willing to let babysit his son Bear? Turns out none of the guys really measures up in the childcare department for the new dad. "I suppose Louis [Tomlinson] because Louis' got a nipper," Liam said on Vodafone Big Top 40 radio show this week (via JustJared). "But he'd be my last choice in my head, that's the funniest thing. But he's got to be first because he knows more than the rest of them. I couldn't rely on Harry [Styles] because I feel that my child would come out dressed in something that I just wouldn't understand and then with Niall [Horan], the child would be putting golf balls on tees. Niall would be pushing the pram while swinging the putter." Having basically ruled out the rest of 1D, Liam concluded, " I think I'll leave Bear with me," before asking, " although am I the most trusted?" Only time will tell, buddy.