Kylie Jenner hits Drake's Halloween party amid flirtation rumors
On Halloween, a newly single Kylie Jenner fueled rumors she may be pursuing Drake when she stopped by his party at Delilah. The Daily Mail reports Kylie, clad in a glittery dress and elf ears, headed to the rapper's event after celebrating Kendall Jenner's birthday nearby at Blind Dragon. Although the two were seen outside the venue separately, talk of their interest in one another started after an Us Weekly source spotted them hanging out together at Drake's 33rd birthday bash last Wednesday. "She spent the most time near Drake and his friends," the insider told Us. "Kylie was rapping to songs and dancing with her friends while she was next to Drake, but they weren't dancing together, they seemed to have a connection though.." Another source said the two "seemed to be enjoying each other's company," and were "joking around" together as Kylie laughed. "She seemed to be really happy and in a great mood and [she] and Drake seemed very comfortable with each other. There seemed to be an attraction there," the source said. Kylie, who split from Travis Scott earlier this year, reportedly left Drake's Halloween party in the wee hours.
Keep reading to find out how Dog the Bounty Hunter marked Beth Chapman's birthday …
Dog the Bounty Hunter reaches out to friends, family on Beth Chapman's birthday
Beth Chapman would have turned 52 on Oct. 29, and her husband, Duane "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Chapman, had an understandably difficult time getting through the day. That's according to TMZ, which reports Dog was in their hometown of Denver on his late wife's birthday. He reportedly spent the day inside looking at old photos of the two and their family and calling their children and friends to remember what a positive mark she left on them. He also shared videos of Beth on Instagram, captioning one clip, "There will never be another like you. Happy birthday Beth! We [love] you!" Sources tell the outlet the clips generated an "outpouring of love from fans," which Dog read and found comfort in. Beth died of cancer in July . She was 51.
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Chris Pratt: Watching 'Terminator' with Katherine Schwarzenegger was 'so surreal'
Chris Pratt is feeling more than a little excited to be part of the Schwarzenegger family now that he's seen "Terminator: Dark Fate." This week, he shared a photo of a ticket stub from the movie in the foreground with his wife, Katherine Schwarzenegger, behind it, on Instagram and heaped praise on his new father-in-law's return to the land of killer robots. "So surreal to look over at my wife as she watches her dad, @schwarzenegger reprise his role as the baddest robot on the planet, tears streaming down her face, hanging on the edge of her seat," he captioned the post. "Priceless. Way to go Arnold! The movie is fantastic!" He also added that from now on, he's calling Arnold "Carl," his name from the movie. Chris and Katherine got hitched in June.
Rob Kardashian makes rare public appearance after Kendall Jenner's birthday party
Rob Kardashian put a rare hold on his policy of avoiding the public eye on Thursday, Oct. 31, to step out for his sister, Kendall Jenner's birthday. Kendall had a party at the Blind Dragon in Los Angeles, according to People, after which Rob and other guests hit Delilah for a late dinner at the same venue where Drake was having his own Halloween bash. While it's unclear how close Rob is to Kylie's best friend, Anastasia "Stassie" Karanikolaou, TMZ later published a video that showed him greeting her by putting an arm around her waist in what looks like a parking lot outside the restaurant. Rob, who was last spotted out and about in a video from another family birthday bash last month, revealed he was working to get back in shape earlier this year after he and his ex, Blac Chyna, resolved their feud in the interest of their daughter, Dream.
Read on to hear why Kristen Stewart flubbed the one 'SNL' rule she wasn't supposed to break …
Kristen Stewart has not convinced us she won't curse again when she hosts 'SNL' this weekend …
A "Clockwork Orange"-esque Kristen Stewart stopped by "The Tonight Show" on Halloween to promote her new projects, including her upcoming hosting gig on "Saturday Night Live." As you might expect, Jimmy Fallon wasted no time circling back to the first time Kristen appeared on "SNL," when she infamously dropped an F-bomb during the opening in 2017. "It was like the one time I stepped off the teleprompter," she told Jimmy, according to JustJared. "I had numerous people come up to me like four different times before the show because I'd been kinda stumbling through rehearsal because I was really self-conscious and embarrassed, and I was like, 'I can't do this until it's the moment and, you know, it's game on.'" Unfortunately for the show, game on for Kristen means cursing, which she readily admitted on "The Tonight Show." "[The 'SNL' team] were like, 'You can't do that on the show, cannot do that on the show' and uh, I did it on the show," she said, adding that she responded with pleas not to curse by assuring folks, "Why would I ever…what do you think I am, I would never do that." Kristen — hopefully sans potty mouth — returns to SNL on Saturday, Nov. 2, with musical guests, Coldplay.
Olivia Wilde urges airlines not to work with third-party editing companies after 'Booksmart' debacle
Delta has denied intentionally removing lesbian love scenes from Olivia Wilde's directorial debut, "Booksmart," after she and the stars of the film demanded to know why kiss scenes between the two main characters had been edited out while heterosexual kisses remained in the movie. In a statement, a rep for the airline told People this week: "Delta's content parameters do not in any way ask for the removal of homosexual content from the film. We value diversity and inclusion as core to our culture and our mission and will review our processes to ensure edited video content doesn't conflict with these values." As Olivia has pointed out, though, it wasn't just homosexuality that was removed. She watched the edited version herself and tweeted that certain airlines bring in "a third party company that edits the movie based on what they deem inappropriate." She added, "Which, in our case, is … female sexuality?" She went on to detail what had been removed, including textbook references to female anatomy (while curse words were left in the same scenes), among other things. "What message is this sending to viewers and especially to women? That their bodies are obscene? That their sexuality is shameful?" Olivia asked in subsequent tweets. She concluded: "I urge every airline, especially those who pride themselves on inclusivity, to stop working with this third party company, and trust the parental advisory warning to allow viewers to opt out if they choose."
Duchess Meghan doesn't want to be 'loved' by the public, she wants to be heard so she can make a diference
Former "Suits" star Meghan Markle hasn't been a member of the royal family for even a year and she's already taken so much heat from the British tabloids that she and Prince Harry have filed lawsuits against them. But as she recently told The Telegraph in a royal protocol-breaking one-on-one interview, she's really not interested in being "loved" as a royal — nor does she care much about royal protocol. Instead, she's interested in being heard (via InStyle). And what she's saying is that the world needs to do more to support gender equality, women's rights and the mental health of its people. This week, Meghan made more strides in her own advocacy work for mental health when she visited a group of women at Luminary Bakery, which trains and employs women in need. While she was there, she noted that she's realized "people have an expectation" about her at appearances that isn't necessary. "… Let's just be really relaxed," she told the group. "Because at the end of the day we're all just women. We all have a story to tell, and I feel honored that I am getting to hear yours." One of the stories she heard was that of a woman Tanya who arrived at Luminary after dealing with domestic violence. Meghan encouraged her to give herself the time and space to deal with what she's experienced. "We get into this habit of wanting things done immediately nowadays. There's a culture of instant gratification, of the instant fix. But we aren't mechanical objects that need to be fixed," she told Tanya, according to InStyle. "You're a wounded creature that needs to be healed, and that takes time. And that's what I love about this place. It gives you the support to heal." Meghan was on hand to celebrate the opening of Luminary Bakery's second location in London.
Lori Loughlin, husband Mossimo Giannulli plead not guilty to new bribery charge
Lori Loughlin and her husband, designer Mossimo Giannulli, pleaded not guilty on Friday, Nov. 2, to a new bribery charge in the nationwide college admissions case. The charge, federal programs bribery, was added to those among the 35-plus parents facing charges who pleaded not guilty to the case's initial indictment, according to ABC News. ABC reports the additional charge was included by prosecutors to allow for more prison time if any defendants are convicted. Lori was previously charged with conspiracy to commit money laundering, conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud, according to the website. Lori and Mossimo are accused of paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to get their daughters accepted as crew recruits at USC despite never having rowed.
Kris Jenner gets emotional as she reflects on the anniversary of Nicole Brown Simpson's death
Two and a half decades after Nicole Brown Simpson was murdered, Kris Jenner still can't believe her friend is gone. In a preview from the next edition of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," Kris and her friend, Faye Resnick, who was also close with Nicole, dine at Toscana, a regular stop they used to make with Nicole. "It is very difficult being here, I have to tell you. We had so many occasions here. The last time I was here was with you and Nicole," Faye tells Kris in the clip (via E! News). Kris later admits she has "chills" realizing they were given the same menu in 2019 that they had when they visited the restaurant with their late friend. "I feel like it was just meant to be that this is where we are to celebrate her life," Kris tells the camera in the clip. "I think I've realized that I've latched on to the legal side of stuff, rather than deal with the emotional side of myself that just misses my girlfriend." She goes on to say her pain is "brought up every time" the anniversary of Nicole and Ron Goldman's 1994 murder comes around. "You can't explain this to anybody," Kris says. "There's a part of me that just gets so angry that I mask my emotion of sadness, because I can be angry."
Kelly Clarkson opens up to Billboard about her Vegas residency
Kelly Clarkson's schedule is about to go into warp speed — as if it weren't already. In addition to juggling her new talk show and judge gig on "The Voice," Kelly's slated to perform at a new residency in Las Vegas beginning on April 1. Dubbed "Kelly Clarkson: Invincible," the shows are set to take place at Zappos Theater inside Planet Hollywood, according to Billboard. "I have so many jobs going on right now and they all involve me being located in L.A. I love everything I'm doing, but the one thing that bummed me out was that I am so busy I'm not able to tour," she tells the outlet. "Vegas was the perfect option for me to still be able to do shows and play music and see the fans," she says. Kelly added that she has a little obsession with one particular aspect of playing Las Vegas. "All roads lead back to the Wheel of Fortune slot machines," she says. "Seriously, the gratification I receive when I hear the machine yell 'Wheel-Of-Fortune' is a level of bliss that only exists when babies laugh and puppy's love. I think I may or may not have a problem." She's also looking forward to being able to perform without having to actually tour, so she can meet fans, avoid being "exhausted" from travel and enjoy the city. "I've always loved performing in Las Vegas and the high energy of the crowds," Kelly says. "Musicians from every genre of music, young and old, rookies and legends, it's just become this fantastic city filled with artists from everywhere. So many of my musical idols have had, and still have, incredible residencies on the Strip, and I'm so excited to create my own." The Invincible residency runs through Sept. 26, 2020.