Courteney Cox regrets overdoing it with facial fillers
Courteney Cox has one big beauty regret: "doing too many fillers." The "Friends" alum, 58, opened up about her over-the-top use of injectables — and her decision to have them removed — on a new episode of the "Gloss Angeles" podcast. "It's a domino effect," she explained. "You don't realize that you look a little off, so then you keep doing more, 'cause you look normal to yourself. You look in the mirror and go, 'Oh, that looks good' … You don't realize what it looks like to the outside person."
While she was able to have the fillers dissolved — "I messed up a lot and now luckily … I was able to reverse most of that," she said — the actress still regrets having worried about aging when she did. "Thinking I was getting older when I was really young," she said, "that's just a bummer, a waste of time."
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'Seeing where things go'
Kendall Jenner and Bad Bunny fueled more romance rumors this week when they were spotted sharing an embrace and what appeared to be a kiss outside a sushi joint in Los Angeles on Tuesday (March 7). And while Kendall tends to keep her love life much more private than those of her famous sisters, the Hulu star and model is reportedly "enjoying her time" with the rapper and singer. That's according to an ET source who said the pair are "taking things slow for now and seeing where things go in the future." Added the insider: "They both really like each other and are just hanging out and having a good time. They get along very well and have mutual friends, so the people around them really like them together. Her family is supportive of their relationship. Everyone is happy that Kendall's happy." Kendall, who called it quits with NBA star Devin Booker in 2022, was first linked to Bad Bunny in February when the two stepped out for some fun with Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber.
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2023 Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel teases 2022 Oscars slap jokes
Jimmy Kimmel's set to host the Oscars on Sunday (March 12), and yes, he will be commenting on the infamous 2022 moment when Will Smith slapped Chris Rock onstage. In fact, Jimmy's already cracking jokes about it. During a chat with Lara Spencer on "Good Morning America" this week, the late night host was reminded that he was also hosting the ceremony the year Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway accidentally announced the wrong best picture winner — "La La Land" — instead of "Moonlight." His retort? "Nobody got hit when I hosted the show. Everybody was well-behaved at my Oscars!" He went on to acknowledge that he can't really avoid mentioning the slap. "I think I have some good things to say about it … everybody's going to be waiting for that moment. That will be part of the show, but certainly not the focus of the show," he said.
He later took a jokey dig at Matt Damon and their ongoing fake feud, saying Matt "was not invited, and was not nominated and I hope he's never invited or nominated again." Working one more slap crack in, he added, "I think he should come back when Will Smith comes back!"
Helen Mirren, 77, reveals why she's loving her 'radical' long hair
At 77, Dame Helen Mirren is pushing back on the idea that long hair is only appropriate on younger women. In a rare style move in February, the Oscar winner let her long, blonde hair cascade down past her shoulders at the Berlinale Film Festival premiere of "Golda." She's continued to wear it down while promoting "Shazam! Fury of the Gods," showing off what looks like a few more inches of length. "You're not supposed to have longer hair after a certain age. But during Covid, I started growing my hair and I hadn't actually had long hair since I was in my 20s. And it sort of grew and grew and grew, and I couldn't be bothered to cut it, basically," Helen said on the British talk show "Lorraine" on Wednesday (March 8). "And then I thought, do you know what, it's pretty cool, I think I'll stick with it for a little while," she continued. "It will come off eventually. But I'm kind of enjoying it, it's quite radical."
Helen's also actively bucking conventions about women over 60, in Hollywood and beyond. "Life doesn't stop, creativity doesn't stop, passion doesn't stop, and energy doesn't stop," she said, "unless you decide to stop it."
Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan in touch with King Charles about coronation as their kids get official royal titles
In the wake of Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's eviction from Frogmore Cottage, their U.K. residence, it's unclear if they'll attend King Charles III's coronation in May. Despite those and other royal family tensions, however, the couple's children have been added to the British royal family's website as Prince Archie of Sussex and Princess Lilibet of Sussex. Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, are now sixth and seventh in line for the throne. "The children's titles have been a birthright since their grandfather became monarch," a rep for Harry and Meghan told the BBC.
According to rules set out by King George V in 1917, the titles of Prince and Princess are conferred on male-line grandchildren of the sovereign, meaning that when Charles became king in 2022, Archie and Lilibet could automatically begin using those titles. Despite that fact, the royal family waited until March 2023 to officially update the children's titles. The delay came as Harry released his bombshell memoir detailing why he and Meghan stepped down as working royals and relocated to California. Harry's dad, King Charles, booted the couple from Frogmore Estate in January, around the same time as the book release, according to The Sun.
As for King Charles' coronation, a rep for Harry and Meghan told ABC News on March 5 that Harry "received email correspondence from His Majesty's office regarding the coronation," but "an immediate decision on whether The Duke and Duchess will attend will not be disclosed by us at this time."
RuPaul slams 'stunt queens' passing drag show bans in Tennessee and beyond
As lawmakers in multiple states push ahead with legislation banning or restricting drag show performances, "Drag Race" star RuPaul wants fans to get pro-active by registering to vote. "Hey, look over there! A classic distraction technique, distracting us away from the real issues that they were voted into office to focus on: jobs, healthcare, keeping our children safe from harm at their own school," the Emmy winner said in an Instagram video on Wednesday (March 8). "But we know that bullies are incompetent at solving real issues," he continued. "They look for easy targets so they can give the impression of being effective. They think our love, our light, our laughter and our joy are signs of weakness. But they're wrong because that is our strength." Calling drag queens "the Marines of the queer movement," he urged Insta users to register to vote "so we can get these stunt queens out of office and put some smart people with real solutions into government."
On March 2, Tennessee enacted legislation restricting "adult cabaret performances" in public or in the presence of children, and banned transgender minors from receiving gender-affirming health care. Similar legislation has been introduced in other states, as well. Maren Morris, Melissa McCarthy and Elliot Page are among the growing list of celebs who've spoken out against the bills.