Pink says goodbye to her father with loving tribute: 'Til forever'
Pink is mourning the death of her father, Jim Moore, who lost his battle with prostate cancer on Aug. 26, according to Page Six. The day before his death, Pink shared a photo of the two onstage together. Seated on stools before mic stands, Pink and her dad can be seen gazing at each other as Jim wields an acoustic guitar on his lap. The photo was taken in 2006 as they sang "I Have Seen the Rain," a song Jim wrote during his tenure serving in Vientam. On the day the singer lost her dad, she shared a pair of black and white photos of the two dancing. In the first pic, Pink's a little girl. The second reportedly shows her dancing with Jim at her wedding to husband Carey Hart. "Til forever," the caption reads.
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Was Kim Kardashian blindsided by Kanye West with Marilyn Manson, DaBaby cameos at 'Donda' event?
Kanye West's third "Donda" listening party/livestream event on Aug. 26 left fans and haters alike with plenty to talk about, from the reenactment of the rapper and Kim Kardashian West's wedding — which included a cameo from Kim, clad in a Balenciaga haute couture gown — to the moment where he appeared to set himself on fire to the fact that once again, fans left the livestream event without an actual album. Kanye, meanwhile, left the autobiographical performance, held at Soldier Field in Kanye's hometown of Chicago, facing a whole lot of criticism. That's largely thanks to his inclusion of Marilyn Manson — who's been accused by 15 women of sexual assault and is facing sexual abuse lawsuits from four women — and rapper DaBaby — whose recent homophobic rant onstage at a festival got him nixed from multiple tour dates. (DaBaby has apologized for his words and Marilyn has denied the allegations against him. Both are said to be featured on the new album.) As for Kim, multiple sources tell People she was unaware the controversial celebs would be involved when she agreed to appear in the wedding bit. "She was only aware of what Kanye had asked her to do, and she was willing to help him," one source said. Another told the outlet Kim "said yes" to Kanye "without hesitation," adding that "she didn't know that Marilyn Manson would be there too" and would "never [have] participated if she had known he would be involved." If she was angry at Kanye, though, she didn't show it at the end of the event — she and her ex were spotted walking out, hand-in-hand, according to Page Six.
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Channing Tatum follows Zoe Kravitz fan accounts as romance rumors continue
Nothing says love like a guy following his lady's fan accounts. At least, that's how Page Six seems to be translating its latest revelation about the rumored romance between Channing Tatum and Zoe Kravitz. After the two were spotted packing up an SUV and driving to upstate New York from the Big Apple last weekend, Page Six noticed Channing had started following the accounts, "zoekravitzinc," "zoekravitzsource" and "kravitzupdate." While the follows could indicate Channing's apparently growing interest in the "High Fidelity" star, they could also be the work of someone who simply wants to keep tabs on what fans are talking about, Zoe-wise, including her forthcoming directorial debut, which stars — you guessed it — Channing Tatum. Zoe, 32, recently became legally single when her divorce from Karl Glusman was finalized earlier this week. Channing, 41, separated from ex, Jenna Dewan, in 2018 after nearly nine years of marriage.
David Duchovny reflects on losing a friend to Scientology, reveals reps tried to recruit him
David Duchovny says he's seen how Scientology changes people and he is not a fan. Asked about his close friend, actor Jason Beghe, who publicly denounced the religion after many years as a devotee, David recently opened up to the Daily Beast about his experience watching the organization pull Jason away. David said Scientologists tried to recruit him, too. Explaining that he and the "Chicago PD" star "drifted apart" during his friend's involvement with the organization "because Scientology hangs with their own when they're doing it," David noticed changes in Jason's vocabulary. "The way he described the world and his experiences, particularly his psychological experiences, was cult-ish and had changed completely," he said. The "X-Files" star also reflected on Jason's wedding, which he attended, at the Celebrity Centre in Los Angeles, where reps from the church "made a play" for him. "I did squeeze the cans and I did a session on the E-meter, and I realized immediately, because they're asking very personal questions, that they were gathering information that I didn't want to give out to a stranger," David said. "So, the session didn't go well. I didn't play by the rule, and I never went back. And Jason, to his credit, never tried to recruit me." He later mused that the tax exemption given to the Church of Scientology — the brainchild of a science fiction writer — seems off. "How do you define yourself as a religion?" David asked. "Why can't I be my own religion of one and stop paying taxes? I think that's what Jeff Bezos is up to!"
Beyonce said to be 'disappointed and angry' about Tiffany diamond's ugly past
Beyonce was reportedly "disappointed and angry" amid backlash over the ugly history of the famous, $30 million Tiffany Diamond she wears in a new ad campaign for Tiffany & Co. British tabloid The Sun claims the singer, who made history as the first Black woman to wear the 128-carat yellow diamond in the photos, was "never told" that the diamond was unearthed in 1877 by Black laborers in a colonial mine in South Africa, where workers were made to endure ghastly conditions and prone to contracting deadly diseases. That backstory has sparked widespread criticism from detractors on social media who've said wearing a "blood diamond" puts Bey on the wrong side of the history of colonialism and apartheid in South Africa. It's worth noting that as part of Beyonce and JAY-Z's collaboration with Tiffany's, the jewelry brand is donating brand has committed to donating $2 million to internship and scholarship programs at historically Black colleges and universities.
Adrian Grenier mulls a possible 'Entourage' reboot
Last fall, Kevin Dillon teased in an interview that "Entourage" creator Doug Ellin was "considering" rebooting the hit show. The comment sparked an Instagram post from Doug that read "considering my consideration," which in turn sparked fan rumors aplenty about the possibility we could see a 10-years-later take on the lives of Vincent Chase and his, well … entourage. So would the original show's star be interested in returning? Adrian Grenier is ruling it out. "First, I'll look at the deal," the "Clickbait" star recently told EW. "What is it? What are we doing? I'm pretty open to anything," he continued. "I'm pretty focused right now, but if there's an opportunity to reboot 'Entourage,' I'd certainly take a look." "Entourage" aired from 2004 until 2011 before a movie version hit theaters in 2015. The show was based loosely on executive producer Mark Wahlberg's early days in Hollywood.
Diane Kruger and Norman Reedus are engaged
Six years after they worked together on the film "Sky," Diane Kruger and "The Walking Dead" star Norman Reedus are reportedly engaged. A source confirmed the news to People on Aug. 26, although the reps for the couple — who also kept their engagement and news of Diane's pregnancy with their daughter under wraps — have so far declined to comment. Diane, 45, and Norman, 52, welcomed their little one in 2018.