Kanye West's not-so-secure iPhone passcode revealed
During their controversial meeting at the White House on Thursday, Oct. 11, Kanye West and Donald Trump were surrounded by reporters and cameras of all kinds. The aforementioned cameras were also, by the way, on all sides of the pair, resulting in a little "oops" on 'Ye's part that has since left the internet in stitches. Amid talk of how Apple should start making airplanes and why Kanye should run for president, Kanye was recorded unlocking his iPhone, according to Cosmopolitan. It was during that moment that we learned perhaps Kanye is not quite ready for the Oval Office. Ladies and gentlemen, it seems the 12-time Grammy winner's passcode is … drum roll … "000000." Er, not so secure. On the other hand, as one Twitter user offered: "Probably also the new nuclear missile launch code… Like minds… Nvm…"
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Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk share quiet, moody meal
Are the demands of Bradley Cooper's "A Star Is Born" press tour taking a toll on his relationship with Irina Shayk? The couple stepped out for dinner at Masa in New York City on Tuesday. Oct. 9 and didn't exactly look thrilled to be there. "They were not looking happy," an onloker told Page Six. "The couple sat down. He was in a hoodie and she was fresh-faced — no makeup — and they barely spoke to each other at the start of the meal. Halfway through, she started looking off to the side and he was moody." Bradley has long kept his personal life as private as possible, but a slew of recent interviews about his new film have made it difficult for him to dodge certain questions about his family, particularly since, as the New York Times recently pointed out, so much of "A Star Is Born" seems fueled by issues around fatherhood and Bradley recently both lost his own dad and became a father himself. He and Irina have been together since 2015.
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Khloe Kardashian hit with cheating rumors
Revenge body or revenge fling? A new report from InTouch claims Khloe Kardashian recently reunited with her ex, French Montana, following the cheating scandal that plagued Tristan Thompson prior to the birth of their first daughter. Quoting an anonymous source, the tab says Khloe sought "comfort" in French's arms "as early as several months ago" because "it was payback time" for what Tristan put her through this past spring. While the report seems a bit dubious, Khloe has posted a number of cryptic social media messages lately that suggest she's stressed, having trouble sleeping and trying to make sense of some things in her life. This week, she also posted a word of advice, telling her followers to "be good to people, even the s—-y ones," as well as a message about what women must endure. "God bless the woman who just wants to be better, do better, feel better. Who refuses to give up despite the hell she experiences on earth." According to the Daily Mail, Tristan has left Los Angeles and returned to his homebase of Cleveland for the start of his season with the Cavaliers. Khloe, meanwhile, remains at home close to her family in Los Angeles with the couple's daughter, True.
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Joe Alwyn weighs in on Instagram fans that had Taylor Swift fans going crazy
Sorry, Swifties — Joe Alwyn and Taylor Swift are perfectly happy keeping their relationship to themselves, thankyouverymuch. In the new issue of British GQ, Joe implies it's not just Taylor who wants their romance to stay out of the public spotlight. "Someone's private life is by definition private," he says, explaining why he never plans to reveal details about his love life with the press, (via ET). Adds Joe: "No one is obliged to share their personal life." Joe — who was nowhere to be seen in Instagram pics from Taylor's celeb-packed American Music Awards afterparty — also touched on the similar IG post he and Taylor shared earlier this year that sparked a wave of excitement among social media using fans of his girlfriend. Basically, Joe shared a photo of himself in front of a cactus and Taylor shared a photo of herself in front of the same cactus. Neither said a word about the significant other they were cactus-sight-seeing with, but fans went crazy nonetheless. "I didn't even think of that until I was in New York and someone else mentioned it," Joe marveled. "It wasn't purposeful at all!" Then actor previously told British Vogue that while he understood the public's interest in his relationship with Taylor, "I think we have been successfully very private and that has now sunk in for people… but I really prefer to talk about work."
Danny Moder gave Julia Roberts the sweetest 50th birthday surprise
Sometimes it takes the person who knows you best to decipher what it is you really want. Julia Roberts had that experience on her 50th birthday, when, after requesting a kid-free trip away with her husband, Danny Moder, she realized she really missed their 11-year-old son and 13-year-old twins. "It was just the two of us, and there was a point where I thought, 'Gosh, this is kind of weird.' Not being all together with the kids, the five of us, for my birthday,'" Julia tells Oprah Winfrey in Harper's Bazaar's latest cover story (via People). Julia had made the suggestion about how to spend her milestone day the year before and only later realized her feelings had kind of changed. Then, during their getaway, Danny revealed the surprise he'd arranged for the birthday girl. "The kids all had soccer games, and other parents had been texting me scores of games and stuff like that, so I knew when all their games were over that they'd call us and we'd talk to them on my birthday," Julia says. "We went into this surf shop, and I go to the bathroom in the back of the store, and I come out and Danny's standing there holding a surfboard, and he goes, 'What do you think of this one?' I said, 'That's a big board. What is that for?' He moves it, and all three kids are standing behind it." Looking back, she says she "could burst into tears thinking about it," before adding: "They had tricked me so completely. There was no soccer game. Even these friends of ours who were texting me scores of games, everybody was in on it, and it was so incredible and beautiful." Ultimately, though, it helped Julia grow. "That's what getting older is about — it's about turning even more into the person your loved ones know you to be… That was turning 50 for me. It was pretty spectacular," she says. The actress' new series, "Homecoming," premieres on Amazon on Nov. 2.
Roberts next appears in the Amazon series Homecoming, which premieres Nov. 2.
Busy Philipps reveals she had an abortion at age 15
"This Will Only Hurt a Little," the new memoir from Busy Philips, has quite a few bombshells in it. On the heels of her claim that James Franco knocked her to the ground after yelling at her on the set of "Freaks and Geeks," Page Six reports the book also contains a story about the abortion Busy had at age 15. The father was her first serious boyfriend, she recalls, and his mother told her she was "being selfish" and "was going to murder a baby." That's when Busy's mom defended her. "My mother is who you want in your corner," she writes, explaining that her mom "just supported and loved me." Less than a year after the abortion, Busy says she found herself finally released from any residual guilt about the situation, thanks to a school trip to Rome. The students visited the Vatican, Busy writes. "I never told this story publicly … I haven't even told people I'm very close with," she admits. "It doesn't work for me without getting the absolution I needed. And from the only person in the world who could give it to me: the Pope in Rome." Pope John Paul II ended up speaking to her and making the sign of the cross over her. The interaction with the Pope took place on a meaningful day, too: what would have been her due date.
Who is Bethenny Frankel's new man? All the details …
It's been almost two months since Bethenny Frankel's longtime friend and on-off boyfriend, Dennis Shields died and the Bravo star seems to be moving on with her love life. Over the weekend, Bethenny was spotted in Boston holding hands with Paul Bernon, whose film finance and production company, Burn Later, handled the Olivia Wilde rom com, "Drinking Buddies" a few years back. On Monday, Oct. 8, Bethenny and Paul stepped out to enjoy the fall weather again, sharing a kiss near Boston College, according to Us Weekly. The outlet reports that in addition to his work in film, Paul serves as a managing partner in a real estate company that owns properties in a number of regions, including New England. Paul reportedly lives in Boston and shares two children with his ex-wife.
Nikki Bella claims she can't legally say John Cena's name anymore
Has Nikki Bella really been barred from saying John Cena's name? She reportedly told a reporter from Cosmopolitan she "can't say his name legally anymore" when she and Brie were interviewed recently. Nikki had been talking about her former fiance when the reporter noticed she was only referring to him as her "ex." "I can't say his name, legally, anymore," she said, prompting the writer to report Nikki had first "[shared] a knowing smile with Brie that makes me unsure whether it's an inside joke or if she's serious." In discussing her split from John, Nikki explained how hard it was to hear and read some people thought the relationship issues were part of a P.R. stunt. "When everyone was saying what I was going through was fake for ratings and all that, and when you're really going through it, it's like, you're just, in my heartache you're literally just knifing it and just churning it… " she said, according to JustJared. We're both at the point that we just don't want to be talked about at all together anymore. We don't want our breakup to define us or interfere with our work. And that was happening for a while."
Backlash hits Alec Baldwin over 'black people love me' comments
When Alec Baldwin sat down for a profile interview with The Hollywood Reporter recently, he seemed to be aware he had something potentially controversial to say about the response to his Donald Trump impersonations on "Saturday Night Live." That didn't stop him. "I don't know how to say this," he began, "and I don't want to get it wrong either, because everything is a minefield of bombs going off. But ever since I played Trump, black people love me." He continued: "They love me. Everywhere I go, black people go crazy. I think it's because they're most afraid of Trump. I'm not going to paint every African-American person with the same brush, but a significant number of them are sitting there going, 'This is going to be bad for black folks.'" The pushback came swiftly. Comments on social media spotted by Us Weekly ranged from, "What the hell," to, "Where exactly is Alec Baldwin running into black people? And walking around NYC doesn't count." There was also this sarcastic gem: "We had one of our black bar-b-ques in Wakanda last night and we couldn't stop talking about how much we Blacks just loves us some Alec Baldwin." As of Thursday, the actor — who won an Emmy for the "SNL" bit — had not weighed in on the backlash.
Mia Farrow says she doesn't care about Woody Allen anymore
With #MeToo and the Time's Up Movement occupying such a central role in Hollywod these days, you might think someone like Mia Farrow, whose daughter, Dylan, maintains she was molested by her adoptive father, Woody Allen, would have more rage than ever toward her ex. That's not quite the case. "I reached a place many years ago where I just don't care about him," the 73-year-old tells Elle. Mia also reveals she, too, dealt with sexual misconduct from an early age, telling the magazine, "The first really awful grope was a very famous head of a studio. I was 17. I was too embarrassed to even tell my mother." Asked if she would ever work again with Roman Polanski, the "Rosemary's Baby" star said, "It's not in the cards, but I don't think I would," but added, "I will say, it's wonderful working with Roman Polanski."