Sobriety Support

Kelly Osbourne shares holiday sobriety advice after marking one year of sobriety

As a year marked by multiple substance abuse-related celebrity deaths and close calls begins coming to a close, Kelly Osbourne — who marked one year of sobriety in August — is sharing advice about staying sober over the holidays.

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"Stay close to your sober community and know your limitations," Kelly told the New York Post this week, "If you're uncomfortable, you always have to have a backup plan to leave the situation and have some form of self-care to where you can step out of it."

Over the summer, Kelly announced she'd relapsed in 2017 and had spent the previous 12 months working on her "mind, body and soul" to dig herself out of what she said had been "one of the hardest years of my life."

These days, Kelly says she tries to keep in mind how important it is for her own sobriety to express what's going on inside of her.

"I'm really big on speaking up when something isn't working for you, because not speaking up when things bother you can lead to resentment, and resentment can take you to dark places. It's important to know and accept your limitations," she explained.

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Kelly also shouted out Jack Osbourne — as she did in her initial post about getting sober — for helping her stay committed to her recovery.

"My brother has been there every step of this journey," she told the Post.

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She added that the new app Loosid can be supportive for those struggling with substance abuses issues, too.

"One of the hardest parts about being newly sober is deciding what to do with your free time," Kelly admitted. "Being bored can be dangerous. Finding people on the app to do things in your area is great — dating, yoga coffee — it's all there."

Kelly has spoken openly in the past about her rehab stints, therapy and the ways in which her family has helped her battle her demons. She's also urged fans to help knock out the stigma associated with mental health issues of all kinds.

The singer and "Fashion Police" alum's comments come on the heels of Demi Lovato's release from rehab after an overdose that nearly killed her, Ben Affleck's ongoing treatment for alcohol addiction and Mac Miller's Sept. 7 death from mixed drug toxicity.

Divorce details

Chrishell Stause says Justin Hartley texted her about divorce filing

Chrishell Stause found out that her marriage to Justin Hartley's was over after he sent her a text message, she claims.

In fact, the split was so callous, she says, the ink on her ex's divorce papers wasn't even dry when media outlets began reporting the news.

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Chrishell Stause details the end of her marriage with the "This Is Us" actor while speaking to her "Selling Sunset" co-star Mary Fitzgerald in a new clip from the third season of the reality show.

"I found out because he texted me that we were filed [for divorce]," she says while tearing up, confirming earlier reports that she was "blindsided" by the sudden divorce

Justin filed for divorce from Chrishell last November seemingly out of the blue, as there appeared to be no sign of trouble in their two-year marriage. The duo had attended several events together in the months leading up to the divorce filing, including one on Nov. 14, merely eight days before he filed paperwork in court. Chrishell was even wearing her ring in a post on her Instagram Story the day before Justin went to the Los Angeles courthouse to legally end their marriage.

In the clip, Chrishell says she thought Justin — whom she was with for six years — was joking when he sent the text. She adds that just "45 minutes" after the paperwork was filed "the world knew."

Acknowledging that the split was "crazy" Chrishell, 39, says she still has questions about what happened with their split. However, she and Justin no longer speak.

"I talked to him like right after [the filing] because I thought that must be a joke, but that was kind of the end of the communication. What do you say after that?" she says, adding that she recalled thinking, "Now I have to find a place to live. Now I have to scramble to figure this out."

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Still confused, Chrishell says that if Justin really wanted a divorce "there are better ways to go about it."

Justin has since moved on with actress Sofia Pernas, who was once reportedly "close friends" with Chrishell. 

Confession?

WWE icon probed after seemingly confessing to murder on Facebook

Authorities in Georgia are investigating WWE legend Marty Jannetty after he appeared to confess to a murder on Facebook. 

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On Wednesday, Marty wrote about making "a man disappear" when he was 13 years old during a drug deal gone wrong. The former wrestler, now 60, recalled working at a bowling alley and attempting to buy drugs from a Vietnam War veteran who worked there, according to TMZ, which published screen grabs of the since-deleted post.

"He put his hands on me … he dragged me around the back of the building … you already know what he was gonna try to do," Marty wrote. "That was the very first time I made a man disappear. They never found him. They shoulda looked in the Chattahoochie River."

Marty said he'd never told anyone this story prior to the Facebook post. 

The fact that Marty referred to the incident as "the very first time" he "made a man disappear" is also causing some concern — it implies that there may have been other incidents.

The Columbus Police Department in Georgia told TMZ, "We are going to look into this."

"The first step will be seeing if we have any missing persons or unidentified remains cases that match the limited information in the post," a spokesperson from the homicide/cold case division told the website. 

The investigation won't be at the top of the list, though, as the spokesperson said police have "several current active homicide investigations underway and they will have to remain the priority."

Marty is a bonafide icon in professional wrestling. He is widely known for teaming up with Shawn Michaels to form The Rockers, one of the most popular tag teams in the WWE (then called the WWF) during the '80s and '90s. Marty won 20 championships over the course of his nearly 30-year career.

Insta Instantly gone

The real reason Jay Cutler deleted his Instagram after KCav's viral post

Much has been made of Jay Cutler's decision to delete his Instagram account this week. Many assumed it had to do with his ex Kristin Cavallari's reunion with her high school sweetheart, Stephen Colletti, but the real reason Jay scrubbed his account remained unknown… until now.

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The former NFL quarterback, a source tells E! News, didn't want to be pestered about his ex and her love life.

"In the wake of the [Stephen] photo, Jay was getting a lot of heat on social media. He was over it and deleted his account," the source said.

Jay, it should be noted, was never too active on social media. In fact, Kristin has said she's the one who actually ran his account.

"I think there needs to be a little clarification on Jay's Instagram," she told For The Win in 2018. "It's not him running it. It's me. It's what Jay would have if he had Instagram."

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In April, Kristin and Jay announced on Instagram they were getting divorced after 10 years together. Since then, the couple's amicable split has turned somewhat nasty, with Kristin alleging that Jay is withholding money from her.

This week, Jay seemed to be the furthest thing from Kristin's mind as she reunited with Stephen, whom she famously dated on "Laguna Beach," MTV's super-popular reality TV show that aired from 2004 to 2006.

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"2004 or 2020?!" she captioned the now-viral image.

Fans immediately clamored for a reconciliation, but multiple media outlets reported the two are just friends.

Rumor patrol

Michelle Money clears up Clare Crawley 'Bachelorette' exit rumors

Michelle Money is slamming rumors surrounding her friend Clare Crawley's sudden and dramatic exit from "The Bachelorette."

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According to multiple reports, Clare fell in love with one of the men in the very, very early stages of filming and didn't want to continue the show because she had already made up her mind. Clare abruptly exited the show, reports said, and fan favorite Tayshia Adams stepped in to replace her.

Since then, there have been allegations that Clare was secretly communicating with the man via social media before filming began, giving him a head start over the other suitors.

Clare "never spoke" to the man, Michelle said on her Instagram Story this week. "That is 1,000 percent factual information. Never happened, fake news."

Former "The Bachelor" star Michelle added that Clare "never DM'd, never texted, never talked" to her new beau before the cameras rolled.

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Although ABC has been silent amid the mounting reports that Clare has left the show (which has yet to air), Michelle all but confirmed the rumors. She also praised Clare for her "self-respect and respect for the other men it takes to stop production, stop the whole process of amazing, romantic dates with numerous guys. Including the guy she 'fell in love with,' we don't know for sure. That says so much about Clare."

Sources told E! News that Clare and the man had an immediate spark.

"Everyone is under the impression they began communicating before filming. He got her first impression rose and that was basically that," the source said. "She did not want to go through the motions of pretending to be interested in other men. She was done."

Mad model

Bella Hadid criticizes NYPD officers for not wearing masks

Bella Hadid is not happy with some members of the NYPD.

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The supermodel took to her Instagram Stories on Aug. 5 to share her frustrations with — and pictures of — two groups of New York City police officers who weren't wearing masks or facial coverings while on duty amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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The first photo she shared — Page Six posted the images — shows Bella wearing a black mask and looking to the side as three uniformed NYPD officers look at the camera in the background. They are standing next to each other and their faces are not covered, Bella pointed out to her 32 million Instagram followers. "WEAR A MASK," she wrote atop the photo, adding with arrows pointing to the officers, "u guys look goofy."

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had some time …. @diormakeup ☘️

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In a second photo, she went a little further: Angry Bella can be seen making a rude hand gesture to another group of officers — five this time — who are standing across the street from her in a group. They appear to be several feet apart from each other in a circle.

Bella wrote "WEAR A MASK" again on that one and this time added "hi @nypd masks are for all of our safety, not just urs…:)."

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Bella, Page Six points out, is back in Manhattan after quarantining at mom Yolanda Hadid's $4 million Pennsylvania farm for several months. She often posted photos from the rural escape on Instagram.

It's over

Jennifer Garner and John Miller split: Report

Jennifer Garner moved on from her divorce from Ben Affleck with businessman John Miller. But after nearly two years of dating, the pair has quietly called it quits, a new report reveals.

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In Touch magazine reported on Aug. 6 that Jen and John's romance ended shortly before California locked down amid the coronavirus pandemic.

They "are no longer together," a source told In Touch, which broke the news. "They split up before L.A. went into lockdown." However, the source added, "Jen and John remain on friendly terms so there's a possibility that they could rekindle their relationship in the future, but right now it's over."

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News that Jen was dating someone following the demise of her decade-long marriage to Ben first made headlines in October 2018 when Us Weekly identified John, the CEO of CaliGroup — which owns Miso Robotics and about 50 restaurants in the CaliBurger chain — as her new boyfriend. At the time, the pair had been dating for about six months, Us revealed.

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So what went wrong? Back in March, a different source told In Touch that Jen and John were "doing great," explaining that the businessman — who, like Jen, is divorced and a parent — has "a separate life from Jen's Hollywood world, so it works for them."

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In Touch reports that a third source revealed in April that while Jen was quarantining with her three kids, John had been "self-isolating with his [kids]" and that the pair had not "seen much" of each other because of the COVID-19 health crisis.

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TMZ entered the fray on Aug. 6, speculating that newly single Jen could be interested in former "Alias" co-star Bradley Cooper. The webloid published photos of Jen on the beach in Malibu chatting with Bradley and his daughter, Lea, whose mom is model Irina Shayk. Bradley and Irina split in 2019.

TMZ characterized Jen and Bradley's interactions as "flirty."

Marriage issues

Kimye reportedly holed up in remote 'fortress' while trying to save marriage

Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West have gone on a completely off-the-grid vacation in what's basically being described as a last-ditch effort to save their six-year marriage.

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TMZ reports that the couple and their children boarded a private jet earlier this week and "flew to a tropical island outside the country." 

Kim and Kanye's marriage has been under a microscope of late, particularly given his Twitter rants and the fact that they've reportedly spent very little time together over the past few months — she's been in Los Angeles with the kids, while he's been living at the family's $14 million ranch in Wyoming. Multiple reports said he was even ignoring Kim's calls for a few days. Kanye also tweeted last month that he's been eyeing a divorce, though he later deleted the headline-making tweet.

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While the couple essentially lives in front of cameras, this marriage-defining trip was specifically planned so that it would not be interrupted by paparazzi. Kim had also previously banned reality TV cameras from capturing Kanye in his current state of mind, so it's unlikely the trip will appear on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."

Sources close to Kim and Kanye said the family is staying in a "fortress" and "an estate that is so remote, it's virtually impossible for trespassers to get close."

Since the family headed off to the unspecified location, there has been radio silence from them. TMZ added that this is not expected to be a quick trip either.

The getaway, TMZ reported on Aug. 3, is "a private family vacation to try and work things out." The website adds that this vacation "will be a time for [Kanye] to prove … he's willing to change for his family."

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One of the things most certainly being discussed is Kanye's long shot presidential bid. Page Six said earlier in the week that Kim has urged the rapper to end his campaign for the sake of the family, but he has actually dug his heels in harder.

"Kim begged Kanye to stop his presidential thing, to stop talking about their kids at rallies. But he ignored her and instead he went ahead and hired more people … and tried to register in more states," a source said, adding that Kanye "just won't stop" in his desire to become the next POTUS.

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Prior to the current vacation, the duo reunited briefly in Wyoming. It didn't look like a happy reunion, though — paparazzi photos last week showed Kim crying while she and Kanye appeared to be involved in a heated discussion.

"This is a nightmare for Kim, she is looking for a way out," Page Six's source said. "But she's also a nice person and wants to do the best for her kids."

Instagram dig

Brian Austin Green shades Megan Fox over Instagram post with MGK

Megan Fox can put away those the sunglasses, because her ex Brian Austin Green is throwing some shade in her direction.

Just hours after Megan gushed over her new beau Machine Gun Kelly on Instagram, the "Beverly Hills, 90210" star certainly appeared to have something to say to his ex, to whom he was married for 10 years.

On Wednesday morning, Megan posted a black-and-white image of herself and MGK with towels wrapped around their waists.

"Achingly Beautiful Boy … My heart is yours," she captioned the image. 

In a bit of a troll, Brian took to Instagram a few hours later to share a slideshow of photos of the three kids he and Megan share: Noah, 7, Bodhi, 6, and Journey, 4. His 18-year-old son Kassius, whom he shares with ex Vanessa Marcil, was also included in the series of images.

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His caption: "Achingly beautiful boys…… My heart is yours."

See what he did there?

Brian recently opened up about his split from Megan and her new romance on the "Hollywood Raw" podcast.

"I wish Megan the absolute best in everything. I want her to be completely happy, for her and for the kids. That's super important," he said. "Nobody wants to be around somebody that's unhappy, nothing good comes out of that. That's a terrible situation. We are taking it day by day."

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During the chat, in which he dished on his single life, he was asked how he found out about Megan's romance with MGK.

"I found out in my own way. And that's as much detail as I'll give you on that one," he said, simply adding that he, "didn't read about it or anything like that."

Last month, Megan swooned over MGK.

"A twin flame is actually where a soul has ascended into a high enough level that it can be split into two different bodies at the same time," she said on the "Give Them Lala…with Randall" podcast. "So we're actually two halves of the same soul, I think. And I said that to him almost immediately, because I felt it right away." 

Social situation

Jay Cutler deletes Instagram after Kristin Cavallari's post with ex

On the same day that Kristin Cavallari reunited with her high school sweetheart, Jay Cutler seems to have deleted his Instagram.

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The former NFL quarterback's IfJayHadInstagram account has suddenly vanished without explanation.

The move comes after Kristin posted a photo with Stephen Colletti, her ex-boyfriend from "Laguna Beach," the MTV reality show that aired from 2004-2006.

"2004 or 2020?!" she captioned the image on Tuesday.

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While TMZ reported nothing romantic is going on between Kristin and Stephen, the photo whipped fans into a frenzy, with many pleading for a reconciliation. 

"Jersey Shore" star Snooki wrote, "Omg i am here for this." Her co-star Angelina Pivarnick wrote, "Get your man girl."

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Earlier this year, Kristin and Jay announced that they were splitting after a decade together

In May, Jay's Instagram caught the eye of many after he appeared to praise Kristin on Mother's Day. But fans were quick to point out that Kristin has said she actually runs Jay's Instagram account.

"I think there needs to be a little clarification on Jay's Instagram," she told For The Win in 2018. "It's not him running it. It's me. It's what Jay would have if he had Instagram."