Khoe Kardashian can't decide if she should see Lamar Odom in 'KUWTK' sneak peek
This spring, Khloe Kardashian's ex-husband, Lamar Odom, told Us Weekly that he dreamed of reestablishing a friendship with her. He's since said he hopes to connect with her whole family again since they played such an important role in his life. Now, 10 years after the two married, Khloe's sharing some of what she's wrestled with while deciding whether or not to meet with him again. In a preview clip for the next edition of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," she tells Kim Kardashian West he recently reached out to her. "I miss him all the time, but not in a place where I want to get back with him," Khloe says in the clip. "So, he called me and he was like, 'I just knew we were all gonna talk again at some point. I'm just so happy.' He was like, 'I would love to see you. I've been dying to see you in person. I just feel like we have so much to talk about.'" While Kim says she thinks it would be healthy for her sister to find some closure with the relationship, which continued on a platonic basis well beyond their 2013 split because of Lamar's overdose two years later, Khloe admits she's not sure. "I always felt after, I think, his overdose, that I did everything in my power to be there through sickness and health," Khloe says. "Once I saw that he, you know, wasn't in the headspace to really want to change his bad situation then I was fine letting him go. I've never thought twice about it and why we stopped talking or anything like that." She later says she still doesn't know what she should do: "I don't want to mislead him in any way, but I would like to meet with him." Khloe and Lamar's divorce was finalized in 2016. The episode airs on Sunday, Oct. 27.
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Heidi Klum teases her 'very, very special' Halloween costume and party again …
Hollywood's Halloween Fan in Cheif just shared another clue about her annual costume party, which celebrates its 20th anniversary next week. "I'm gonna do something very, very special," she assured ET this week of the bash, where she unveils a new, usually involved costume each year. "I'm trying to do something very special on that day, because it's 20 years already. I can't believe it! 20 years ago, I thought, 'There is no real cool party in New York City and someone has to do this.' And so I did." She's already told fans her husband will be part of this year's look, but hasn't revealed much more. What she did tell ET was she has no interest in ever hanging up her costuming obsession. "Why not [do it another 20 years]? Why stop the fun when you get older? I think we should have more fun when we get older!" she said. The supermodel also allowed that each year's costume gets more insane than the last. "I'm pressuring myself. It's not the outside world, it's really me," she admitted. "I want to outdo myself every year again."
Evan Rachel Wood is tired of seeing the 'same 12' Oscar nominees year after year
Evan Rachel Wood has some thoughts about the next awards season: Specifically, she wonders if the nominee pool feels a little redundant for anyone but her. "Is anybody else excited to watch the same 12 people get nominated for Oscars this year?" she asked on Twitter this week. When someone suggested it would be exciting to see "Harriet" star Cynthia Erivo get nominated, the actress agreed, commenting, "Well this would be refreshing wouldn't it," in a seemingly implied dig at the Academy's #OscarsSoWhite problem. "I mean.. I am in the Academy now. Although after that last tweet they may kick me out. Haha," Evan added. "This is not to throw shade at the Academy or the films," she wrote in another tweet. "BUT if we got BIG MONEY out of campaigning, (just like elections) then maybe it would be fair? Just a thought. … Also lets just go ahead and assume I am never getting nominated now." SIn subsequent posts, she said again she's not "blaming it all on the Academy," explaining: "The industry will only cast Actors that get the movies 'Financed' and it becomes a very small pool very quickly." It's no secret that pool is mainly male. As the Daily Mail points out, only one female director, Kathryn Bigelow, has ever won Best Director. Said Evan: "They arent getting nominated because no one is financing their films."
Demi Moore shades an ex on 'Fill Your Guts or Spill Your Guts'
They're pals and co-parents, but that didn't stop Demi Moore from throwing her ex-husband under the bus when she stopped by to chat with James Corden on the "Late Late Show" this week. In a round of his "Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts" game, James asked — as a finale — which of Demi's former male costars "got paid more money than you that didn't deserve to." Having just spilled her figurative guts in her bestselling memoir, Demi didn't seem to mind dishing on her opinion. "Where do I start the list?" she joked, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "I don't know if I can say he didn't deserve. That's not necessarily up to me to say … I'd say Bruce Willis," she offered. The former couple appeared in multiple films together over the years. After unleashing her answer, she backpeddled a bit and noted she wouldn't "say that he didn't deserve" the bigger payday — then she took a teensy sip of the nasty stuff James had placed before her.
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Angelina Jolie advocates for improved preventative women's health care and more in Time op-ed
In addition to her work with refugees and the United Nations and as an actress and director, Angelina Jolie has been quietly looking for ways to help others battle something her family is all too familiar with. In Time's new health issue, Angelina delves into her decision to go public in 2013 about having undergone preventative surgeries after testing positive for a gene that predisposes her to breast and ovarian cancer, explaining why she got tested and what she believes needs to be done next with regard to the disease, largely in terms of women and how they specifically suffer both physically and mentally from the disease — and whatever they may have had to deal with prior to their diagnosis. In her candid essay, "Medical Advances in Women's Health are Important, But They're Only Part of the Picture," she talks about how improved the lives of her kids might be had they really gotten to know Angelina's mom before she died. She says she wants to know her grandchildren and that's a large part of why she underwent so much surgery to extend her life. She also advocates for improvements to the financial burden of testing and other forms of preventative care, saying she recently visited the Institut Curie in France, where she spoke with doctors and scientists France's leading cancer hospital and research center, I met some of the doctors and scientists "who are working to develop new treatments that will mean more people survive cancer in the future and are able to live better lives during their illness." She continued: "… while we should continue to push for advancement, care is not just about medical treatments. It's also about the safety, dignity and support afforded to women, whether they're battling cancer or trying to manage other stressful situations. And far too often they're not given nearly enough."
Taylor Swift makes a surprise trip to Abbey Road, gushes about Selena Gomez's new song
Taylor Swift's been passing out the love on social media like a champ this week. After her pal, Selena Gomez, shared her new song, "Lose You to Love Me," Taylor weighed in to let her know how much the new track moved her. "This song is a perfect expression of healing & my absolute favorite song she's put out yet. A triumph," Taylor wrote on Instagram (via People) of her longtime friend's new music. "'I love you so much," she added. Taylor also gave fans a preview of her surprise recent appearance at Abbey Road Studios, which was caught on film for the BBC Children in Need charity's upcoming documentary, "Get It Covered." The actor was recording a cover of Taylor's "Never Grow Up" when Taylor snuck in behind the soundboard. "Can you do it a little more American?" she asked, almost giggling as his jaw dropped. The documentary, airing Oct. 30 in the U.K., is a tie-in to the fundraiser for the organization, which helps fund projects that support disadvantaged children and young people, according to its website.
Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston talk morning routines, intermittent fasting
When Reese Witherspoon needs "well-being" advice, she turns to her "Morning Show" costar, Jennifer Aniston. The pair stopped by U.K. radio outlet Radio Times this week, where they chatted about the show as well as their own morning routines. Jen, it seems is a fan of the occasional 16-hour daytime fast, during which she limits her food consumption to an eight-hour period. "I do intermittent fasting, so there's no food in the morning. I noticed a big difference in going without solid food for 16 hours," she explained, according to People. She added that she's often not up til 9 a.m. — and when she's out of bed, she starts with green juice. "Today, I woke up and had a celery juice," she said. "Then I started to brew some coffee, but I don't drink coffee that early." After that, the 50-year-old said she meditates, works out and feeds her dogs — then reaches for the caffeine. Reese, meanwhile, says she's up by 5:30 or 6 a.m. — she has a 7-year-old — then hits the gym. "I find it really hard to work out before 7:30 a.m. But that's the time I start one; 7:30 a.m. I probably do that six days a week," she said. After Reese's props to Jen for her knowledge about "health and fitness," Jen noted, "Well, we want to thrive, right? We're just beginning."
Noah Cyrus launches clothing line as a fundraiser for those suffering from anxiety and depression
Noah Cyrus is launching her own apparel collection for a good cause. As she told James Corden on the Tuesday, Oct. 22, edition of "The Late Late Show," her new LONELY collection is a partnership between the singer and The Crystal Campaign to support The Jed Foundation, which Fox describes as a nonprofit "that protects emotional health and prevents suicide for our nation's teens and young adults." "I've struggled with anxiety and depression since I was 10 or 11 years old," the 19-year-old told James. "It's something very close to my heart," she continued. "One of the things that I've always wanted to use this platform [for] was to talk about my mental health and help young adults all around America and everywhere in the world know that they're not alone." Noah added that she hoped to use the anxiety she lives with "for good and not evil" and this is something that helps her keep it from taking over her life. "I want to be able to talk about it," she said, "raise awareness and let kids all around the world know they're not alone."
Jeremy Piven has been quietly working towards a career in stand-up comedy
Jeremy Piven's giving stand-up comedy a try. According to Page Six, the "Entourage" alum recently appeared at the Playboy Club's comedy night in New York City. It seems he's been working on routines as a comic since last summer. He appears to be doing pretty well, too — the outlet reports that after his set was "a big hit with the crowd," he left the Playboy Club to perform again at the Stand NYC.
Laura Prepon is pregnant!
Laura Prepon and Ben Foster are getting ready for baby No. 2! The "Orange Is the New Black" star revealed on Instagram on Thursday, Oct. 24, that she and her husband of one year will soon be a family of four. "We are so excited to announce that our family is growing. Life is beautiful!" she wrote alongside a photo of her bump. She also added the hashtag, "#knockedup." Her announcement quickly got big congrats from the likes of her costars, Uzo Aduba and Jason Biggs, as well as Chelsea Handler and others. The baby-to-be will join big sister, Ella, 2, whom Laura and Ben welcomed in 2017.