Are Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson moving in together?
Are Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson ready to take a new step in their romance? The Daily Mail reports the couple went house-hunting this week in the Bel-Air section of Los Angeles, suggesting they may be considering moving in together. "I definitely want to be a mom. But I don't put the pressure on it. It's not like, 'The clock is ticking.' I feel in my soul it will happen," Khloe said recently. "I think that's why we are in relationships — to find the one," she added, "And, I mean, I am in love with him. I think he's, like, the best. And yeah, so I hope so. Only time will tell."
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Suki Waterhouse snuggles up to Diego Luna in New York City
The romance between actress and model Suki Waterhouse and "Star Wars" star Diego Luna is still in full effect. The couple was photographed cozying up together in New York City's East Village on Wednesday, July 19. Suki was first spotted smooching the "Rogue One" actor back in 2015 after she and Bradley Cooper called it quits.
Charlize Theron gushes about a recent first date
"Atomic Blonde" isn't the only thing Charlize Theron is excited about this summer. As she told Howard Stern on his Sirius XM Radio show this week, the actress is dating again — and one guy in particular seems to have potential. "I went on a date maybe, like, a month ago," she said. "I had a great date, I've got to tell you. I had an incredible date. This guy really impressed me. We went for a 9-mile hike in the middle of the night. It was a full moon. But I was really impressed. It was fun." She wouldn't say where or how they met but she did say their night out together was memorable. "It was just really fun. He was super funny," she enthused. "I think he's just a really cool dude. It was super private … that's what made it so much fun, too."
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Rob Kardashian is in therapy
Rob Kardashian is taking the events that led to Blac Chya getting a restraining order against him seriously. "Rob is getting counseling,"a source tells Us Weekly. "He wants to be the best dad possible." The insider says Rob's counseling is "going really well," although he and Chyna have reportedly not spoken since Rob posted a series of explicit photos and accusations about his ex on July 5. The former couple are currently handling custody exchanges of their daughter Dream through nannies.
Elisabeth Moss on women's rights: 'You've got to pick a side'
Having graduated from '60s feminist Peggy on "Mad Men" to dystopian heroine Offred on "The Handmaid's Tale," which she also co-produces, Elisabeth Moss finds herself at the center of some of television's strongest statements about the struggle for gender equality. "I'm a staunch believer in women's rights. I don't really give a s— about anybody who isn't," she says in a new interview with THR. "What I've learned is, now is not really a time to stand in the middle. You've got to pick a side." Elisabeth's side is the one standing up for progress. 'Have I experienced sexism like Peggy did in the 1960s? Of course not," she says. "But have there been times when I haven't made as much as a man? I'm sure. And it's a factual thing, not a matter of opinion. That's sexist."
Alison Brie calls 'GLOW' a 'game changer' when it comes to women's relationships with their bodies
Playing a mostly out-of-work actress-turned wrestler on "GLOW" gave Alison Brie a renewed perspective on her relationship with her body. Opening up about the series and its effect on her and the rest of the cast, Alison tells W the show helped her see the importance of "being one" with her physical self, something thats hard for women in particular. "In terms of how we related to our bodies, it was a game changer … as actresses and as a society, sometimes I feel like women are made to be almost hyper aware of their bodies in a very unhealthy way," she says. "Figuring out what the standard of beauty is and trying to fit into that box. And this was about being one with our bodies rather than being at odds with our bodies. It wasn't about setting outlandish expectations for our own bodies—it was about embracing our strengths and working with our bodies, feeling like athletes, feeding and fueling our bodies in a literal way with calories and also in an emotional way. You needed confidence, you wanted to build yourself up and think, I can do this, I'm capable. And when I was thinking about my body, I was seldom thinking about how it actually looked and more thinking about what it can do."
Kevin Hart laughs off cheating rumors
"Live, love, laugh." That's how Kevin Hart is responding to rumors he cheated on his pregnant wife, Eniko Parrish. After whispers surfaced online questioning why Kevin was photographed in a car with a woman after a recent nightclub appearance, the actor posted a photo of himself laughing. "At the end of the day, you just gotta laugh at the BS," the image read. The couple, who announced in May that they're expecting their first child, tied the knot last August.
Jada Pinkett Smith's relationship with Tupac Shakur began when she was a drug dealer
Jada Pinkett Smith has been open about her issues with "All Eyes on Me," the new Tupac Shakur biopic. She's called the portrayal of her relationship with the late rap icon "hurtful," but she hadn't elaborated much on why until she sat down with Sway on his Sirius XM Radio show this week. "It's kind of hard because I haven't really told the whole story. One of the things that's very interesting that I've never really said before is that when I first met Pac, I was a drug dealer," she said on the Wednesday, July 19 edition of "Sway in the Morning," according to the New York Post. "That's how we started. Then as I was coming out, something very bad happened to me. As I was coming out of the life, he was coming more into the life."Jada also acknowledged the fact that rumors have suggested she and Tupac were more than just friends. "Pac and I's relationship was about survival," she said. "That's how it started. I know that most people want to always connect it in this romance thing and that's just because they don't have the story. It was based in survival, how we held each other down and when you have somebody that has your back when you feel like you're nothing, that's everything. There's a lot of components to our story that we've never shared for a very specific reason. I just decided that this one little piece was important to share finally because it gives more insight to who we were. It was about survival and it's always been about survival between us."
Ted Danson: 'I'm madly in love with Mary Steenburgen'
Not every Hollywood romance is doomed to be short-lived. Just ask Ted Danson, who married Mary Steenburgen in 1995 and still sounds as smitten as a high school kid gushing about his first sweetheart. "I'm madly in love with Mary Steenburgen. She's a remarkable human being so I'm just incredibly blessed," the former "Cheers" star recently told Us Weekly. "It feels like heaven on Earth. If I were to die, I can say, I know what it's like to be loved and to love." As he wraps up "The Good Place," Ted added that his next plan is to focus on hanging out with his lady . "I'm following her around, she writes music, she goes to Nashville," he said. "I'm about to stop actually shooting. We're through for the season in a week. So now I get to follow her and go wherever she goes."
La La Anthony opens up about her relationship with Carmelo Anthony since their separation
Despite their marital problems, Carmelo and La La Anthony are best friends. That's according to La La, who stopped by "The Breakfast Club" this week, where she opened up about her relationship and separation from Carmelo, "I'm having a good time. I'm living my life. Hell, I've been through a lot, so I'm just enjoying it; having fun and just really happy about where my life is right now," she said (via the New York Post). Asked if she'd move to Houston if her husband gets traded to the Rockets, she said she's "staying in New York," adding that the two are "not at that place" where they're making life plans together. They're still close, though. "He's my best friend," she said. "When you're with someone for 13 years since they were 19 years old, and you have a 10-year-old child, you'd hope that you guys would be cool. We are the best of friends."