Kourtney Kardashian and her family are worried about Scott Disick
Was Scott Disick partying in Cannes last week or is he in trouble? After the 34-year-old was photographed getting cozy with a variety of much younger women including Bella Thorne, 19, Sofia Richie, 18 and Chantal Jeffries, 23 — plus his ex, Chloe Bartoli and model Maggie Petrova — the Kardashians have started to wonder if he's OK. "Kourtney [Kardashian] is worried for Scott, as are Scott's friends and the whole Kardashian family. They are really worried for him," a source tells Us Weekly. "They aren't angry — just concerned — because he's clearly going through something." Another source points out that there have been other time when photos of Scott partying with women have emerged that turned out to mean he was "in a really bad place, mentally." Other insiders have said Scott "will always love Kourtney" and that her apparent romance with model Younes Bendjima made him jealous, while friends reportedly urged him not to go to Cannes. Scott's recent admission that he's a sex addict probably hasn't given those close to him any peace of mind.
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New documentary reveals Prince Harry wasn't sure if Princess Diana had really died
There's no good way to tell a little boy his mother has died. The royal family learned that lesson on Aug. 31, 1997, when Princess Diana was killed in car crash. And according to the new documentary, "Diana: 7 Days That Shook the Windsors," Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles dealt with the situation by trying to keep things as normal as possible for Prince Harry, 12, and Prince William, 15. The boys were even taken to church as usual with their family the day after Diana's death. During the service, there were no mentions of the accident that killed her. "Prince Harry actually asked his father, 'Is it true that Mummy's dead?'" says biographer Tina Brown in the film, according to E! News. "The children couldn't understand why everything was as normal, except a couple of hours earlier they'd been told their mother had died." While others questioned the family's motives, the documentary explains that the queen worried hearing or seeing mentions of their mother would be "heartbreaking" for the boys. Though both Harry and William have said they struggled to deal with the loss for many years, Harry recently admitted his brother was the one who helped him get through his grief by insisting he talk to someone about his feelings.
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Celebrities react to Donald Trump's covfefe tweet
Donald Trump's Twitter feed usually spawns more criticism than gratitude. That wasn't the case at midnight on Wednesday, May 31, when an undecipherable word crept into one of his anti-press missives. "Despite the constant negative press, covfefe," the president tweeted. Hollywood, and most of social media in general, responded immediately — and the results were golden. "When they go low, we covfefe," Billy Eichner wrote, referencing a line from Michelle Obama's DNC speech (via E! News). Rob Lowe joked "covfefe" was "slang for 'ah, f— it, I give up!," while Josh Groban suggested "our president Westworld is glitching again." "Maybe she's born with it?" Colton Hayes chimed in, "Maybe it's #Covfefe." "Huh," Will Arnett posted. "Well…we know that it's not that his fingers are too big for the keyboard…" Around 6 a.m., the president tweeted again, this time asking, "Who can figure out the true meaning of 'covfefe' ??? Enjoy!" Covfefe: the gift that keeps on giving.
Emmy Rossum and Sam Esmail donate wedding flowers to hospital patients
Emmy Rossum and Sam Esmail said "I do" over the weekend while surrounded by bouquets of pink, purple and white flowers — then shared them with patients at New York's Mt. Sinai Hospital. "@repeatroses repurposes flowers from weddings and events so they don't go to waste," the "Shameless" star posted on Instagram after she and the "Mr. Robot" creator tied the knot on Sunday, May 28. Repeat Roses founder Jennifer Grove told the Observer: "We go in at the end of an event and pick up all the flowers, whether that's three arrangements from a photo shoot or 100 orchids from a runway show," she told The Observer. "All those flowers go back to our studios and get broken down into smaller arrangements, and within hours, we deliver them to patients in hospitals, women's shelters or anywhere that flowers could really bring a nice surprise delivery of joy for someone who could really use them."
Why Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban don't text
Is the key to good relationships all about phone calls rather than texts? In the new issue of InStyle, Nicole Kidman opens up about her nearly 11-year marriage to Keith Urban as well as the other relationships in her life. "…A lot of my forces are maternal. I mean, they're romantic too. I've always chosen to have really deep, intense romantic relationships. I don't flit around … I don't dabble," says the "Big Little Lies" star. She goes on to say she avoids text messages in favor of actual conversations. "I call. People text, and then I text back 'Just call me.' I like the voice," says Nicole. "Keith and I don't ever text. We call. That's just what we've always done. We're old school."
That time Leah Remini asked Chelsea Handler to stop joking about Scientology
Word to the wise: Don't try to talk Chelsea Handler into changing her ways. Leah Remini recently sat down with the comic on "Chelsea" and the two recalled how their friendship began when Leah was still a member of the Church of Scientology. "Did you ever try to talk to me about becoming a Scientologist, do you recall?" Chelsea asked, according to HuffPo. "No, because you were a drug-taker. So, that wasn't good," said Leah. "I never felt comfortable in that role. Although it is demanded of the Church of Scientology celebrities to get other members in, so a lot of our friendships always had that kind of, in the background, like, 'Why are you not getting your friends in? Work on Chelsea.'" At one point, Leah said, the members of the church asked her to contact Chelsea about her comedy act, which at the time involved jokes about Scientology. "I was asked by the Church of Scientology to call you and ask you not to do that," Leah recalled. "Which you did, I remember that," said Chelsea. "You did," said Leah, "and you told me to go f— myself."
Troian Bellisario opens up about her struggle with anorexia ahead of 'Feed' release
"Like poking a sleeping dragon." That's how "Pretty Little Liars" star Troian Bellisario describes the process of writing a film about the anorexia she suffered from when she was younger. "I found there were so many people who thought that it was about losing weight or being skinny, and I couldn't quite get them to understand that it was about control on a very, very literal level," says Troian, 31, in the new issue of Interview (via E! News). "I couldn't get anyone — even the people who loved me the most, even my boyfriend or my mother or my father — to understand what that experience was truly like for me." Her film, "Feed" could change that. Due out July 18, the movie, which she wrote, directed and stars in, tells a version of her own experience with the disease. "I would withhold food or withhold going out with my friends, based on how well I did that day in school," she recalled in a 2014 edition of "Seventeen." "Being a teenager is chaotic because you're kind of coming into your own, but you're not an adult; you're fighting with your parents over responsibilities and freedom. I didn't know what was right and what was wrong, so I think I created this bizarre system of checks and balances to create order in my world. But it really backfired," she explained. "Honestly, it's an ongoing struggle. Especially for a woman on a show that has the word 'pretty' in it! Sometimes I feel like I'm trying too hard, like I don't belong. I just look around at Lucy, Shay and Ashley and I'm just like, 'Why am I on this show?' Sometimes I've felt like a fraud. Like, I'm not like these other girls—I don't dress like that and I don't know how to do my hair. The minute I'm off that stage, I try to get as 'me' as possible. I do that by piling on my black eyeliner, and I put on my ripped tights. Dressing like myself again helps."
Pink and Carey Hart 'are solid' after two breaks
The two "breaks" Pink and her husband Carey Hart have taken over the course of their relationship may have ultimately kept them from giving up on each other. "They've been through a lot, but they are solid now. They love their life together," says a source in the new issue of Us Weekly. The couple celebrated 11 years of marriage in January — a milestone made sweeter by the fact that Pink came from a troubled background and defied the expectations of those around her. Today, the singer has a successful music career, a happy marriage and two kids. "I honestly can't believe how responsible I am," she told Us this month. "All of a sudden I'm a soccer mom and doing the damn thing. No one would have guessed this for me. Honestly, I didn't realize that you could enjoy it so much."
Evan Rachel Wood offers Millie Bobby Brown some advice about fame
At 29, Evan Rachel Wood has more a few years' experience in showbusiness under her belt. She shares some of what she's learned about navigating an acting career on a new edition of "Actors on Actors" with "Stranger Things" star Millie Bobby Brown. "The best advice someone ever gave me, and it's Selma Blair, and she said, 'Don't ever read message boards,'" Evan advised the 13-year-old actress during their chat (via the New York Post.) It does you more good to lick a toilet seat than to read the nasty things that people say about you,'" she added, quoting her pal Selma. "Lick a toilet seat before you listen to the nasty people that, you know, just want to anonymously poke fun." For her part, Millie already seems to be taking any online criticism in stride. "If you look at the message boards and the insults and things, it just makes me stronger," she said. "That is like compliments to me. I'm playing on their minds, clearly. So that's my mentality, I never really take it personally because I think. … I clearly annoy them, I made an impression."
Kristin Cavallari, Jay Cutler put their Chicago home on the market for $4.75M
Onward and upward! After eight seasons with the Chicago Bears, Kristin Cavallari's husband Jay Cutler is headed for a new career as a commentator with ESPN. The couple, along with their three kids, are getting ready to settle down in Nashville and have just listed their sprawling Lake Forest-neighborhood home for $4.75 million, according to the Daily Mail. Featuring seven bedrooms, ten bathrooms and an indoor basketball court, the 11,000-foot property sits on 1.5 acres, the Mail reports. "I have to say I'm kind of sad," Kristin told People last month. At the same time, she added, relocating to Nashville "has always been the plan."