Demi Lovato spotted leaving Soho House with Machine Gun Kelly
Is something brewing between Demi Lovato and Machine Gun Kelly? According to Page Six, the stars were photographed around 2 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 5, as they left Soho House West Hollywood together. Although the Cleveland rapper got into a different car than the one Demi stepped into, an onlooker told the tab his convertible followed Demi's SUV towards her home. The pair seem to be friends — they were spotted hanging out together back in 2017 as well. They've also both spoken openly about their struggles with drugs and alcohol. Demi has been sober since her overdose in 2018 and is currently working on new music as part of a comeback. MGK, meanwhile, tweeted last fall that he was "determined" to get happy without the help of substances, according to TheFix. In a July interview with GQ, he also detailed his history of using painkillers. As of December, Demi was reportedly single and focusing on "herself and her work" after a rumored fling with model Austin Wilson.
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Claire Danes recalls embarrassing herself while meeting Beyonce
With "Homeland" in its final season, Claire Danes is getting nostalgic about the show. But there are some things about its success she'd probably rather forget — like a conversation she had with Beyonce when they met backstage at an awards show a few years back. As Claire told Jimmy Fallon on the Wednesday, Feb. 5 edition of "The Tonight Show," the actress did not exactly play it cool when she found herself standing beside the Queen B. "We were backstage in this little area, and she was wearing this bedazzled jumpsuit and a giant hat, and it was just everything you want Beyoncé to be," she recalled (via E! News). "And I got really stupid," Claire admitted. "Like, my brain just stopped working. It's intense. It's her, right? I was talking, I was saying words and she said words back. And she said that she was a fan, I remember that distinctly. She said, 'My husband and I really love your show, we watch it all the time.' I was like, 'That's amazing.'" Bey went on to tell Claire she'd just wrapped a tour. Making conversation, Claire asked if she planned to "take a little break" to rest. "And she said, 'Yeah, yeah. We're gonna go on vacation,'" Claire recalled. That's when things went south. "I was like, 'Really? Where are you gonna go?'" Claire shared. She then realized her mistake — because Beyonce clearly didn't wanna pony up her travel plans with Jay-Z. Instead, the singer replied, "Yeah, no, we're thinking about it,'" according to Claire. Telling Jimmy the story, she blushed. "And I was like, 'Oh, my God. You cannot ask Beyoncé where she's going on vacation!' Like, that's not appropriate. That's not something you do!" she squealed. "I said, 'Yeah, yeah, yeah, no. Of course, yeah.' And so, then they called me on stage and I was very happy about that, that we could end our conversation right there. But she was lovely and charming and I was just a nervous freaking wreck." Asked if she's seen Beyonce since their chat, Claire joked, "No. She didn't invite me on vacation. That didn't happen."
Teresa Giudice is 'happy for' Joe after he was spotted partying with other women
There's no bad blood between Teresa Giudice and her ex, Joe Giudice, in spite of recent photos that showed him partying with other women in bikinis shortly after their separation. "I'm happy for him," Teresa told People this week, adding, "Party on." Joe, however, is "upset that his daughters saw" the photos, which showed him in a day-bed with two women, among other scenes. "He was upset about that. And it wasn't even paparazzi taking his picture. It was random people at the hotel, which I think people should just mind their business because we're just normal people like everyone else. It's like, why do you want to take our photo? Leave us alone," Teresa said. "Let Joe live his life, I want to live my life. We all need our privacy." Teresa and Joe share four daughters, Gia, 19, Gabriella, 16, Milania, 15, and Audriana, 11. "At first Milania saw it, and Gia, and they were like 'Are you kidding me?' And I was just like, 'Girls it's fine. He's living his life,'" Teresa told People. "Because I was fine with it, they were fine with it." Joe is currently living in Italy while he awaits an appeal to his deportation order.
State Farm accuses Shannen Doherty of using cancer diagnosis to 'garner sympathy' in lawsuit
Shannen Doherty's lawsuit against State Farm is turning ugly. The actress, who announced this week she has terminal stage 4 breast cancer, sued the company in March 2019 on grounds it refused to cover the cost of repairs to her home following damages from the wildfires in California. According to Page Six, the company wrote in a filing submitted this week that the "90210" alum only went public with her diagnosis to "garner sympathy by her contention that State Farm must rebuild her entire house" when the case goes to trial. "Plaintiff improperly claims she is entitled to have her entire home rebuilt at a cost of $2.7 million because she has breast cancer and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease," State Farm's lawyers asserted in the document. Shannen, 48, has been battling cancer on and off for some time. The disease had gone into remission before it returned recently.
Catherine Zeta-Jones honors her late father-in-law Kirk Douglas
Catherine Zeta-Jones paid tribute to her late father-in-law, Kirk Douglas, on Instagram this week after her husband Michael Douglas announced on Facebook that Krik had died at age 103 on Wednesday, Feb. 5. Sharing a sweet photo of herself giving Kirk a gentle kiss on the cheek, she wrote simply, "To my darling Kirk, I shall love you for the rest of my life. I miss you already. Sleep tight…" Michael, 75, opened his own tribute to the screen legend by writing, "It is with tremendous sadness that my brothers and I announce that Kirk Douglas left us today at the age of 103." He went on to cite his father's career in film and his humanitarian work before praising him as a great father, father-in-law, grandfather and great-grandfather. "Kirk's life was well-lived, and he leaves a legacy in film that will endure for generations to come, and a history as a renowned philanthropist who worked to aid the public and bring peace to the planet," he continued. "Let me end with the words I told him on his last birthday and which will always remain true. Dad- I love you so much and I am so proud to be your son."
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry 'will likely have houses in both' Los Angeles and Canada: Report
On the heels of an E! News report that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were "looking at homes online" in Los Angeles and thinking about spending the summer there, People is now reporting the couple does indeed plan to start spending more time in Meghan's hometown. It may not just be for the summer, either. Sources tell People that while the two "love being in Canada," where they've been living with their son since they stepped down from their royal duties, "they'll likely have houses in both [Canada and L.A.]" Meghan's mother still lives in Los Angeles, as do many of her friends, according to People.
Kimye share a rare kiss in NYC
Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West tend to be busy juggling work responsibilities or their four kids when they step out together. But they shared a rare kiss before the cameras this week at the launch of Kim's SKIMS line in New York City. The line, which Kim reportedly believes will become a billion-dollar brand, features "solutionwear" products bras specially designed for a perfect fit, waist trainers and more.
Ireland Baldwin is rethinking her relationship with Alec Baldwin after Kobe Bryant's death
Kobe Bryant's death is already having repercussions way beyond his loved ones and the world of basketball. In a new interview with ET, Ireland Baldwin explained how the death of Kobe, his daughter and seven other passengers in a helicopter crash on Jan. 26 has made her rethink her relationship with her father, Alec Baldwin. "[In light] of recent events that have happened within the last couple of weeks, like with Kobe, it's like, 'What's the f—ing point of arguing?' Like, there's no point. So let's all just get over it and hug that person you love," she said. Issues between Ireland and Alec went public back in 2007, thanks to a voicemail he left for her in which he called her a "rude, thoughtless, little pig." Ireland, 24, acknowledged that there's "distance" between her and her dad today, but said they "have fun" together anyway and called his wife, Hilaria Baldwin, "amazing." "You never know what's going to happen to somebody and it all comes down to love," Ireland told ET. "Nothing else matters."
Jessica Simpson says her dad's sexuality is 'not something we talk about'
In her new memoir, "Open Book," Jessica Simpson delves into her relationship with her dad, Joe Simpson, writing that she felt "blindsided" when he announced he was leaving her mom after 34 years together — while Jessica was pregnant and in the hospital. Two years later, she writes, Joe told her the week of her wedding that he was bringing "his friend Jonathan, a young male model he often shot for his new photography business." The detail is a lead-in for Jessica to discuss how she feels about Joe, but when the Los Angeles Times asked her recently if she thinks her dad is "exploring his sexuality," she was careful not to go there. "That's not something we talk about. That's not my story to tell," she replied, according to Us Weekly.
Nicki Minaj talks Twitter feuds, says she wishes she'd 'shut up' and focused on music
When it comes to her history of feuding on Twitter, Nicki Minaj harbors plenty of regrets. She opened up about those feelings in a recent Q&A at the Pollstar Live conference in Los Angeles with longtime music industry honcho Irving Azoff. "Keep your eye on the bigger picture is what I would say," she said when asked to share some advice for younger artists (Variety). "If I had to, I would have redone the whole thing and just kept my mouth shut. Put my music out and shut the h— up." She even specifically acknowledged feeling bad she'd talked smack about her ex Meek Mill, on social media, calling such platforms "a tool" that "it can be your best friend or your worst nightmare."