Kendall Jenner reveals she's 'cried endlessly' over social media comments on her acne
On the heels of Kim Kardashian West's pronouncement that what looked like a "bad skin day" was in fact a psoriasis flare-up comes an Allure cover story on Kendall Jenner pegged to her struggle with acne. (Is it just us or is there a breakout/blemish skincare line coming from the Kardashian-Jenner krewe in the near future?) Speaking to Allure, Kendall recalled how she'd been "feeling good about" herself at the Golden Globe Awards last year while dealing with some minor acne. The nasty response on social media left her frustrated and upset, she said. "I have cried endlessly for days because of things people have said to me, and I've had to become stronger through it," Kendall shared (via People). "I mean, don't get me wrong: I am not superhuman. I definitely feel, and the things people say online are very hurtful. You also just have to live your life and not pay attention to it. I think it can get pretty unhealthy if you really are deep in it and paying attention to it all the time. I think that that's what can really mess you up." These days, Kendall's become an avid practitioner of Transcendental Meditation. "I do still have moments of panic attacks and anxiety, but it was really, really bad," she admitted. "I mean, it would wake me out of my sleep in full panic, so much so that I thought I had heart issues. I went to all these doctors 'cause I thought something was really wrong with me. I didn't know what was happening. But then I figured it all out. I haven't had one (panic attack) in at least a year. Knock on wood and I have been pretty good and pretty steady."
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Eva Longoria's 7-month-old son was on the set while she shot every episode of 'Grand Hotel'
Motherhood isn't the only new world Eva Longoria's been enjoying in recent months. In addition to raising Santiago, her son with husband Jose Baston, the "Desperate Housewives" alum's been producing a new series about a Miami hotel owner and the "drama" his family and employees get involved in, according to ET. As Eva recalled in a recent interview with the outlet, both her baby and set worlds collided quite a bit while she was making the show. "It was fun!" she said. "When I was directing, I had just had Santi and I was breastfeeding as I was saying action and running around. I thought, 'This will be easy. I'm not in front of the camera. There's no pressure to look amazing,' [but] it was so hard. I was like, 'What am I doing?'" she joked. "But he's grown up on the set. He's been on the set every episode. This cast is like his surrogate family." ABC's "Grand Hotel" premieres in June.
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Aziz Ansari is back onstage and 'seems more introspective'
Aziz Ansari is getting back to work. Page Six reports the "Parks and Rec" star did a pop-up performance at the Helium Comedy Club in Philadelphia on Tuesday, Feb. 5. He notably left out all mentions of the Babe.net article in which he was accused of sexual misconduct until the end, when he referred to it but not in humorous terms. "No jokes but did briefly comment on it at the end of the set when thanking us for coming," said one audience source, adding, "It was a great show with some new material." A second source described the reference a bit differently, telling the tab the comic "addressed it briefly and somewhat in joke format, nothing specific, referencing it like 'that story.'" The insider went on to say, "Aziz was really, really good and some of the jokes seemed more introspective like he's thought a lot about what all came out." Aziz, 35, has apologized for what he said was his confusion about an encounter he believed had been consensual.
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Gigi Hadid opens up about her famous family in Elle
At times it seems as if the Kardashian-Jenner sisters are in competition overdrive. For Gigi Hadid and her sister, Bella Hadid, who also work in the same industry, things play out differently. "Bella and I have very different styles. A job that wants Bella is not a job that I'm the right look for, so I never took that personally," Gigi tells Elle in the magazine's latest cover story. "In a lot of ways, she inspires me. We learn from each other." The 23-year-old model opens up about other assumptions about her family as well, namely, the notion that she had a head start in modeling because of her connections in fashion. "I mean, I understand it. I come from privilege, and I recognize my privilege. But because my mom was on a TV show ['The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'], people think that my whole childhood was fame. It absolutely was not. My mom was a model. She moved to the States when she was 16 to send money back to her family in Holland. My dad was a refugee and worked his way up in every way," Gigi says before adding, "I work hard to honor my parents."
Is a rift growing between Prince Harry and Prince William?
TLC's new documentary "Kate V. Meghan: Princesses at War?" seems to be hint at a rift between Prince Harry and Prince William as well as between their wives. According to Page Six, royal experts weighing in on the alleged drama include Katie Nicholl, who says at one point that Harry's engagement threw William for a loop. "William was quite concerned that the relationship [between Harry and Meghan] had moved so quickly," she claimed. "And being close to Harry, you know, probably the only person close enough to say to Harry, 'This seems to be moving quickly. Are you sure?' And I think what was meant as well-intended brotherly advice just riled Harry." She continued: "Harry is hugely protective of Meghan. He saw that as criticism, he interpreted that as his brother not really being behind this marriage, this union. And I don't think things have been quite right ever since." A second expert, Ingrid Seward, added that part of the issue between the brothers may have been that before Meghan came into his life, Harry "was very much a part of their family," then was "suddenly off" and "out of their lives."
Nick Cannon takes a dig at Ariana Grande while taking credit for Pete Davidson and Kate Beckinsale
Ouch! If celebs are taking sides in the post-Pete Davidson-Ariana Grande era, you can count Nick Cannon firmly on Team Pete. While guest hosting "The Wendy Williams Show" this week, Nick took a stab at Ariana while giving props to his "SNL" star pal. "Last night I was hanging out with my little brother, Pete Davidson. We was in Brooklyn!" he told the audience, according to JustJared. "We were having some good conversation. We was having cougar conversations. I said, 'I taught that young boy well.'" And yes, he went there — there being to the Kate Beckinsale rumor that's been buzzing around the Big Apple since the two wrapped up SAG Awards night, deep in conversation. "I'm gonna take credit for it. I'm the one that told him, 'Get you an older woman, man!' I said that. Leave them little pop stars alone! An old woman know what she wants. She don't play no games! She's serious… That's what I'm talking about. Get you somebody older," he joked. As for Ariana? "Them little pop stars, they don't know!" Nick cracked. "They getting Japanese menus tattooed on their backs from the sushi rest—. I'm joking, but that is Ariana Grande's hand. And I think that's after she even tried to fix it. That's some young girl stuff."
Bradley Cooper is all about Beto in 2020
Bradley Cooper has his fingers crossed Texas political star Beto O'Rourke sets his sights on the White House. After the Democrat hopeful appeared in an interview staged by Oprah Winfrey with multiple stars this week, B. Coop, took the stage for his chat. But the New York Times reports that before Oprah could get into questions around the actor and director's awards season with regard to "A Star is Born" — and before he even sat down — he told Oprah and the crowd, "I hope he runs. We need the inspiration." Beyonce and a slew of other Texas native celebs have also endorsed him. He's said he'll decide whether to run by the end of the month, depending on his family.
'Modern Family' could be getting a spin-off
The TCA Winter Press Tour came with some good news for "Modern Family" fans this week. Not only will there be an eleventh season — in spite of rumors the tenth would be the last. There's also buzz about a spin-off possibly being in the works, according to the Daily Mail. Though she would only say the writers "have big plans" for what's in store for the series next year, ABC president Karey Burke did dangle one very vague carrot for viewers who'd love to see a "Modern family" 2.0: "There are some surprises and big milestones coming. They intend to really, really go out big. So, it would be terrific if a spin-off were part of that."
Lenny Kravitz announces he's ready for love
Attention, ladies with a love of '90s music and luscious male locks: Lenny Kravitz is very much available and ready for you to steal his heart — maybe. "I would really like [to find love]. But it's difficult for me, being so dedicated to my art, which is not an excuse, it's just difficult," he told People in a new interview this week. "After Lisa [Bonet] and I separated, we learned to find a new relationship," the rocker explained, adding that the two are now like "brother and sister." He went on to gush about his "love" for Jason Momoa, who Lisa moved on with. "I'm a place now where I've been through so many relationships, and I haven't been good at it all the time, at all," Lenny said. "I've had to a lot to learn, but I feel like I'm at a place where I'm ready for that. Things come to you when you're ready, I believe.
How Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade chose their surrogate
For Gabrielle Union, the most important detail about the woman who would carry her daughter was not looks, not brains and not lifestyle. "Some people care about the race, religion or food habits of their surrogate. I was like, 'I want a reader,'" Gabrielle tells Women's Health (via Page Six). "She said, 'I love the smell of the pages.'" Gabrielle and Dwayne Wade welcomed their first child together, Kaavia, in November after the actress suffered miscarriage after miscarriage. Finally, after helping raise Dwayne's son from a previous relationship, she says she knew she was ready to be a mom. "Now I'm in the right mindset and mental space, and I'm open to being the best mom I can be," she said.