Is one more baby on the horizon for Kim Zolciak-Biermann?
Kim Zolciak-Biermann is still not opposed to the idea of having a seventh child. The "Real Housewives" alum spoke as part of Bravo's "OG Housewives panel" at BravoCon in New York City this week, where she revealed she and her husband Kroy Biermann aren't sure they're done making babies, despite having six kids. "We're on the fence. I'm 41. I know the clock, it's ticking along. You'll see in about six months or so if I do decide. I'm going to have to hurry up. If we're going to do it, we're going to do it," she said, according to People. Adding that she and Kroy "talk about it all the time," she explained that the timing could work out now because "the kids are all in school." The couple share Kane Ren and Kaia Rose, who turn 6 this month, as well as sons Kash, 7, and Kroy, 8. They're also parents to daughters Ariana, 18, and Brielle, 22. "If I do [have a seventh child], a boy though, please, because Kaia is going to be the death of me!" Kim joked. She's said in the past that while Kroy had a vasectomy in 2014, she would love to have "another boy," addiong that a vasectomy is "easy to fix." Speaking to People this week, she said they'd consider reversing the procedure or adopting. Surrogacy, however, is apparently off the table. "I'm such a control freak that I'd have to know what [the surrogate] was up to every day," she said. " 'What are you eating? How are you sleeping?' … I have to give it to people who can do it, like Kandi [Burruss]. I really could never do it."
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Taylor Swift gets support from Selena Gomez, more famous friends, as Big Machine feud intensifies
Taylor Swift's battle with Big Machine Records just leveled up and the singer's famous friends are supporting her. On Thursday, Nov. 14, Taylor — who previously slammed Scott Borchetta for selling the label all her early work is on to her nemesis, Scooter Braun — told fans on Tumblr that Big Machine won't allow her to perform a medley of songs from the catalog they now own when she takes the stage at the American Music Awards. According to Taylor, she's been told she can only perform those songs if she agrees to cancel her plan to re-record the music that was bought in the Big Machine purchase. In her post, she also asked fans to "let Scott Borchetta and Scooter Braun know how you feel about this," writing, "I'm hoping that maybe they can talk some sense into the men who are exercising tyrannical control over someone who just wants to play the music she wrote."She then referenced equity firm The Carlyle Group, which HuffPo reports is a "a major investor in Scooter Braun's company." Celebs quickly came out in support of Taylor, with Selena Gomez posting that she's "sick and extremely angry" that Big machine is destroying "one of our best songwriters of our time" (via GMA). Gigi Hadid chimed in on social media too, posting, "Scott and Scooter, you know what the right thing to do is 🙏🙏." Halsey, Lily Allen and other pop stars also voiced support for Taylor. By Friday, however, Big Machine had issued a public denial of Taylor's claim — sort of. "At no point did we say Taylor could not perform on the AMAs or block her Netflix special," they wrote in a statement on their website. "In fact, we do not have the right to keep her from performing live anywhere. Since Taylor's decision to leave Big Machine last fall, we have continued to honor all of her requests to license her catalog to third parties as she promotes her current record in which we do not financially participate," the statement continued. It's worth noting Taylor never accused the label of saying, "Taylor could not perform on the AMAs." She accused the parties involved of telling her she could not perform the songs that were first recorded on Big Machine on the AMAs.
Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop site launches 2019 holiday gift guide: Custom plant music installation, anyone?
Is everything OK, Gwyneth Paltrow?! Because we're beginning to worry that somewhere, a jade "ladypart" egg may have spun off its axis. First, Gwyneth Paltrow moved in with her husband of one year, Brad Falchuk. Now, her infamously over-the-top lifestyle website, Goop, has released a holiday gift guide that explicitly acknowledges how bananas it would be to buy some of the products it features. The 2019 Goop gift guide arrived this month broken down into different sections, one of which is titled, "The Ridiculous But Awesome Gift Guide," aka, the one in which Goop's editors admit they're aware this whole thing is made to be trolled. But hey, ask and you shall receive! So we'll dig in anyway and share a few highlights from various sections: There's a $33,000 smoker in the mix for your favorite barbecue enthusiast … a $25,000 "plant music installation" that allows you to "tune in with your plants" via speakers … shopping for another kind of plant lover? Try the $130 joint roller and a pack of $55 rolling papers made of actual gold. Over in the travel-focused gift guide, we have a mug whose claim to fame is that it "keeps drinks hot" for just $180. And for those of you shopping for a hard-to-please niece enduring the terrible twos, may we humbly suggest you throw some Chanel her way in the form of a clear, kids' Chanel purse for $1,575. OK, so maybe the Goop in Chief has not been "Invasion of the Body Snatchers"-napped, after all …
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Reese Witherspoon declined to appear on 'Friends' again because she was too scared
Reese Witherspoon may have an Academy Award under her belt, but there's one thing an Oscar can't help her with — stage fright. During a chat with her "Morning Show" costar, Jennifer Aniston, and the Associated Press this week, Reese praised Jen for being great before a live studio audience. That's when we learned why Reese never returned to play Jen's slightly annoying sister on "Friends" way back when. "You are, too," Jen told Reese of her live-audience acting skills, "… you forget it because you blacked out from fear." Say what? "I've never done it again," Reese admitted (via Cosmo). "Did you know they asked me back and I said I can't do it? I got … I was too scared. I got scared! They asked me to come back and I was like, 'I'm too nervous.'" Added Reese: "You know what else is terrifying? 'Saturday Night Live.' Terrifying." Jen, by the way, recently told Howard Stern she was approached about joining the cast of "SNL" before "Friends." She said she turned it down because she didn't like the way women appeared to be treated on the show and felt it was too much of a "boys' club." Jen and Reese have reportedly been pals ever since Reese's appearance on "Friends."
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Teresa Giudice: As a woman, Lori Loughlin is strong enough to handle prison
"I'm sure she'll make it through." That's how Teresa Giudice reacted when ET asked her about Lori Loughlin's potential prison sentence. "I feel women are strong. We have babies, we do it all. I'm sure whatever outcome it is, I'm sure she'll be fine with it," Teresa said. "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star and her husband both served time behind bars for fraud, while Lori and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli face years in prison for their alleged roles in the college admissions scandal, in which they've been accused of paying someone off to get their daughters into USC as rowing recruits despite their never having rowed crew. "Her daughters are older… You know, she did it for her daughters and, I mean, her daughters are grateful for what she did," said Teresa, comparing their situations. "She was just looking out for her daughters and trying to get them into a good school. But I guess that's it, just be open with them, and whatever the outcome is, it is. You have to deal with it and move forward."
Millie Bobby Brown shares her advice on handling bullies
At 15, "Stranger Things" star Millie Bobby Brown has determined that the best way to deal with bullies is to empathize with them. Speaking to Harper's Bazaar recently, she recalled how she managed to respond to bullying with kindness and how that helped her in the long run. "I got bullied in school when I was younger and I always hated the boy who did it to me. Then I realized he had a horrible home life and that had impacted really badly on his school life so he took it out on me," she explained (via JustJared). "That's not to say that it's not terrible and mean and not a nice thing to do, but you have to take into consideration that everyone is going through their own journey," she noted. "As long as you accept that some people can be mean and spread a lot of hate, you just have to remember that you can spread positivity and love back and hope that they receive it."
Eva Amurri, Kyle Martino announce split two months after baby news
Susan Sarandon's daughter, Eva Amurri, and her husband Kyle Martino have called it quits. The couple, who announced in September they were expecting their third child, announced their decision to move on this week on social media. "Our family is starting down a new path," they captioned their posts (via People). "After a lot of thoughtful consideration, and work on our relationship, we have made the difficult decision to lovingly part ways as a couple." The posts continued: "We are committed to, and excited about, raising our three beautiful children as close friends and deep partners, and we have the utmost respect for one another. We feel so grateful for the wonderful gifts we have created and received throughout our decade together. We have realized over time that the best path to happiness for us as a family is in this different direction, and we look forward to forging ahead in to a new beautiful relationship, We appreciate your support and understanding as we navigate this new transition for our family. All the love, Eva & Kyle." Eva has blogged about some of the stressors in her marriage, writing that she and Kyle have "had to work on in our marriage is our different views of gender roles when it pertains to parenting," and that Kyle, "was involved the bare minimum in helping me with the kids" for years, "even though I was working full time." She said at the time that they'd been to therapy for the issue. Eva and Kyle married in 2011 .
Olivia Wilde's kids think only women direct movies
Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis' kids have clearly been taking their Beyonce lyrics to heart. Because as Olivia recently told Us Weekly, Otis, 5, and Daisy, 3, firmly believe girls run the world — at least in Hollywood. "They think all movies are directed by women," Olivia told Us this week. "They'll be like, 'Who directed this? Who is she?'" Despite their apparent feminism, neither of Olivia's little ones have seen her directorial debut, "Booksmart," which is rated R. "Every day, [Otis is] like, 'Can I watch 'Booksmart' today?'" Olivia admitted. "I'm like, 'There's probably, like, four minutes cut together that you could watch. So I have to make the G-rated 'Booksmart.'"
Celine Dion surprises fans at a karaoke contest
Some lucky Celine Dion fans got a surprise visit from the singer this week when Celine made a surprise appearance at an album release party and karaoke contest pegged to her new release, "Courage." According to ET, 10 karaoke singers gave their voices a shot at New York's City Lips Drag Queen Show Palace Restaurant and Bar on Thursday, Nov. 14. When the last contestant was finished, Celine shocked the audience by appearing onstage, where she performed "Flying On My Own." Prior to the song, another event attendee says she posed for photos with fans and chatted "a bit," then "immediately came back and said she couldn't leave without giving us something," hence the mini-concert.
Is Daniel Craig now an American citizen?
Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz have long kept details about their personal lives under wraps, but a recent comment from the British "James Bond" star reveals he may have followed suit when Rachel became a naturalized American citizen in 2011. He was discussing his new film, "Knives Out," which includes a storyline about a Latina caretaker when, according to People, he said. "Everyone is an immigrant in this country. I'm an immigrant. I'm an American. We're all immigrants." As of Friday, Nov. 15, a rep for the star had not yet responded to a request for clarification,